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  1. Rall: Birth: 31 Jan 1840 in Van Buren Co, Ia. Death: BEF 14 Sep 1850 in Van Buren Co, Ia

  2. Silas D. Rall: Birth: 31 Jan 1840 in Van Buren Co, Ia. Death: 3 Apr 1921 in Huntington Beach, Orange, Ca

  3. Sophronia Victoria Rall: Birth: 7 Dec 1841 in Van Buren Co, Ia. Death: 20 Apr 1917 in Osage City, Osage, Ks

  4. Marcus Rall: Birth: ABT 1843 in Of Soap Creek,Davis,IA. Death: AFT 8 May 1855 in Soap Creek Twp, Davis, Ia

  5. Martha Virginia Rall: Birth: 15 Mar 1845 in Drakesville, Davis, Ia. Death: 10 Mar 1933 in Alhambra, Los Angeles, Ca

  6. Willam Aaron Rall: Birth: ABT 1848 in Schuyler Co, ?Mo. Death: 23 Mar 1925 in Denver,Denver,CO


Notes
a. Note:   y 1837. Brattleboro,VT. Jacob C. Roll was born Feb 12, 1810
  Pamela Slinker. Has photocopies of original letter dated Aug 22, 1869 to Jacob Christopher Columbus Rall from his brother Moses Philip Rall, "Brother Aaron died in Springfield, Ohio. He never came to his right mind. He is buried in the same place where Father and Mother is near New Carlisle."
  Ibid. b 12 Feb 1810; d 15 May 1884; m 11 Nov 1838
  Ibid. Was taxed in Schuyler Co., IL from 1833-1837 and married there in 1838.
  Per www.familysearch.org Apr 1999 - all dates
  Ancestry.com Family Data Collection - Individual Records about Jacob Christopher Columbus Rall Name: Jacob Christopher Columbus Rall Spouse: Elizabeth Kirkham Parents: Aaron Rall, Ann De Rozelle Birth Place: Wayne, Lyons, NY Birth Date: 12 Feb 1810 Marriage Place: Schuyler Co Marriage Date: 11 Nov 1838 Death Place: Springfield, Greene, MO Death Date: 15 May 1884
  "Clark County, Ohio Newspaper Abstracts, 1837. Vol IV." Clark County Genealogical Society, 1991, compiled by, Anne Snodgrass, 1977-1978. "Springfield Ohio Pioneer & Clark County Advertiser" p 9. "Petition for partition. James Lattourette & wife, Ross Dunham & wife vs. Jacob Rolle, Daniel Rolle etc., heirs of Jacob Rolle Sr., dec'd. Jacob Rolle of the state of Illinois, Daniel Rolle of the State of New York, children of Aaron Rolle dec'd., non residents of Ohio and other residents of Ohio, heirs at law & legal representatives of Jacob Rolle Sen., late of Clark County Ohio are notified March 23, 1837 that James Lattourette and Mary his wife, late Rolle, Ross Dunham and Sarah his wife, late Rolle filed against defendants to demand partition of NW 7 NE Q Sec 26 T R 9 between the Miami's. Mason & Torbert." April 7, 1837.
  1850 US Census Iowa, Davis Co., Soap Creek.14 Sept 1850. 52 53. Christopher C., Rall, age 40, male, cabinetmaker, NY. Elizabeth, age 33, female, NY, Silas, age 10, male, IA. Sophronia, age 8, female, IA. Marcus, age 7, male, IA. Martha, age 5, female, IA, William age 2, male, MO.
  1880 US Census. Kansas, Smith County, Cedar. FHL Film 1254397. Natl Archives Film T9-0397. Page 391A. J.C. Rall male, married, white, age 70, born NY. Elizabeth Rall female, married, white, age 62, born OH.
  1880 US Census, Kansas, Smith County, Cedar. p 9, SD 3, ED 305. 7 June 1880. 7 7. Rall, J.C. white, male, age 70, husband, married, Carpenter, NY NJ NJ. Rall, Elisabeth, white, female, age 62, wife, married, housekeeper, OH KY KY.
  Ancestry.com Kirkham/Culver Family Tree CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS RALL COMES HOME | Chris Rall put his tool chest, his fiddle, his Shakespeare and his Bible into a wagon, kissed his wife and children good-bye and took off for California with the forty-niners to gt rich. | For the first ten years of his wandering, Christopher Columbus Rall sent letters to his wife, Elizabeth (Kirkham) back in Iowa and admonished their children to obey and help her and repeated his promise to "come home when he had made his 'find' and could" Then the letters stopped. For nine more years Elizabeth waited, steadfast in her belief that he yet lived and would come home at last. | The Rall children, except for the youngest who was killed when a sand bank caved in on him when he was ten, were grown and married. After nineteen years, Chris Rall came home. He resumed his place as head of his house and with his hands, again began building houses and making coffins, providing for Elizabeth and their home. | Christopher Rall had stopped writing when word came to him that Elizabeth had taken the report that another man and he had been caught in the rapids and drown when rafting on a river and she in time had remarried. He had no wish to complicate her life with word that he escaped drowning. He headed north and in the eighteenth year of his being away, (he was in British Columbia), Christopher met a man from Iowa who knew Elizabeth and told him she had not remarried and as far as he knew, she was waiting for his return. Christopher's trip home took the best part of a year.
Note:   Hand copied from page. English Version of the Polyglott Bible, Brattleboro Typographic Compan


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