• [S29] Cemetery of Spring Grove, Cincinnati, Ohio, burial records. Copy held by Nancy Fenker Reigel, Boone, North Carolina. Copies provided by Margaret (Stattman) Wescoe to Emilou (Fenker) Frazier by letter dated 2 Nov 1996, and subsequently provided to Nancy and Terrence Reigel.
  • [S41] "Douglas - Meriwether Family", Family Tree. A large paper tree diagram showing descendants of William Douglas and Mrs. Nicholas Hunter. This copy is apparently a print of a hand-drawn original obtained from Logan Milan about 1994 with no indication of original source. Currently held by Nancy Fenker Reigel, Boone, North Carolina.
  • [S47] Richard M. Jr. Fenker, family file "Fenker.FTW," 29 Sep 1998, by disk. File produced by a high school student under the direction of Richard Fenker, Jr. from a large assortment of family materials collected by his mother, and a large handwritten tree of the Cobb family borrowed from Joseph Logan Milam. Much of his mothers' material, and the Cobb tree, are now in our possession and are cited separately. But some of the information in this file is not included in materials we have found so far, so appears it to come from records currently missing. The file is known to contain errors, particularly in spelling of names, but likely also elsewhere, which may be attributed to a combination of the unidentified sources and the inexperience of the transcriber.
  • [S49] Deborah Anne Cobb Freeman, family file "David and Deborah.GED," 31 Jul 1998, by e-mail 31 Jul 1998.
  • [S55] Hardeman County Historical Commission, Hardeman County Historical Sketches (Bolivar, Tennessee: Hardeman County Historical Commission, 1979).
  • [S74] Minor Meriwether, Lineage of the Meriwethers and the Minors from Colonial Times (St. Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing Co., 1895). Copy originally belonged to "Mrs. A. L. Cobb, nee Logan", then to Martha Cobb Fenker. Currently (1998) in posession of Nancy Fenker Reigel. The author states that his account is drawn from the three cited sources, and "from a very full account of both the Meriwethers and the Minors, given me in 1866 by my mother's sister, Aunt Nancy Scales, and from old family records and letters."
  • [S76] Logan Family Bible, (Philadelphia: Mcarthy & Davis, 1832); present owner Ben H. Logan, Arizona. Bible maintained from about 1830 to early 1900's. It seems to have been first used by Benjamin Harrison and Martha (Williamson) Logan, then by their son Benjamin H. Logan and his wife Sally Watson Barker, and then there are a few entries by later generations. The first family record page is for marriages, and records the marriages of James and Mary Logan, W. G. and Elizabeth Logan, and Benjamin and Martha, all in the same hand and likely written at one time, followed by others. The next page is for births and deaths, and contains many entries for ancestors and siblings of Benjamin, all in the same hand, followed by a few later entries. The third and forth pages, also for births and deaths, are labeled "Children of Harrison and Martha Logan," and " Children of B. H. and Sallie Watson Logan." Data taken from photographs of title and family record pages made for Martha Watson Cobb Fenker when she held the original. Interpretation assisted by lists made from the original by Ben H. Logan. Photographs now held by Nancy Fenker Reigel.
  • [S78] "Ohio Military Men, 1917-1918," online on Ancestry.com, <ancestry.com>, drawn from Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918, 23 Vols. (Columbus, Ohio: F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1926).
  • [S94] Interview with Richard Jr. Fenker, by author, 5 Jul 2000. at Fripp Island, South Carolina.
  • [S130] "Social Security Death Index," online on Rootsweb.com, <http://rootsweb.com>, based on the Death Master File from the Social Security Administration, which is created from internal SSA records of deceased persons possessing social security numbers and whose deaths were reported to the SSA.
  • [S177] Howard Wieman Fenker, Certificate of Death no. 74-029832 (26 Sep 1974), State of Tennessee, Department of Public Health.
  • [S190] "Descendants of John Walton Barker and His First Wife Mary Meriwether", Typescript of Pencil Notes of Mary L. Cloud, August 1935. Typescript of Pencil Notes of Mary L. Cloud, August 1935, photocopy of typescript obtained from files of Martha Cobb Fenker Oct 1999. Typescript ends with a note asking Mary Cloud to make corrections, with the initials LHE. Currently held by Nancy Fenker Reigel, Boone, North Carolina.
  • [S202] Nelson Heath Meriwether, The Meriwethers and Their Connections (Columbia, Maryland: The Artcraft Press, 1964; reprint Baltimore: Inc Gateway Press, 1991).
  • [S212] Adalf Sander household, 1900 U.S. Census, Hamilton Co., Ohio, population schedule, Cincinnati, Enumeration District 159, sheet 11A, dwelling 124, family 218, National Archives micropublication T623-1278, viewed at Ft. Worth Branch Archives Dec 1999.
  • [S213] Howard W. Fenker household, 1910 U.S. Census, Hamilton Co., Ohio, population schedule, Cincinnati ward 13, Enumeration District 148, sheet 3B, dwelling 52, family 60, National Archives micropublication T624-1189, viewed at Fort Worth Branch Archives Dec 1999.
  • [S233] Rootsweb.com, online <http://http://userdb.rootsweb.ancestry.com/>.
  • [S353] Howard Sander Fenker, Certificate of Death, 749, issued by Bureau of Vital Statistics State of Ohio, author, Boone, North Carolina, filed 21 Dec 1908. Copy obtained from Ohio Historical Society Feb 2001.
  • [S390] R. L. Cobb household, 1880 U.S. Census, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, population schedule, Little Rock, Enumeration District 144, sheet 25A, dwelling 233, family 396, National Archives micropublication T9-54, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S394] Ben H. Logan household, 1880 U.S. Census, Shelby Co., Kentucky, population schedule, Shelbyville, Enumeration District 182, sheet 3C, dwelling 18, family 15, National Archives micropublication T9-441, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S500] Findagrave.com, online <http://www.findagrave.com>. A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and many times supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when tombstone a photo is included.
  • [S518] Martha Cobb household, 1930 U.S. Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, population schedule, Nashville, Enumeration District 19, sheet 11A/207, dwelling 97, family 234, National Archives micropublication T626-2239, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S521] Robert L. Cobb household, 1920 U.S. Census, Todd Co., Kentucky, population schedule, Trenton Dist. No. 5, Enumeration District 121, sheet 9A, dwelling 207, family 209, National Archives micropublication T625-599, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S571] Sterling S. Ussery household, 1930 U.S. Census, Montgomery Co., Tennessee, population schedule, outside city of Clarksville, Enumeration District 63, sheet 8B, dwelling 192, family 194, National Archives micropublication T626-2265, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S629] Chas. T. Barker household, 1870 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, population schedule, 4th Civil District, sheet 16/449, dwelling 102, family 102, National Archives micropublication M593-455, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S637] Chiles T. Barker, owner, 1850 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, slave schedule, District No. 2, sheet 22, lines 23-41 right, National Archives micropublication M432-224, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S715] William Fenker household, 1900 U.S. Census, Hamilton Co., Ohio, population schedule, Cincinnati ward 20, Enumeration District 159, sheet 8B, dwelling 93, family 161, National Archives micropublication T623-1278, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S885] "California Death Index, 1940-1997," online on Ancestry.com, <ancestry.com>, based on electronic data California Death Index, 1940-1997, State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, Sacramento, California.
  • [S1018] "Local News," Semi-Weekly Tobacco Leaf, Clarksville, Tennessee, 4 May 1886, pg 1. Copy obtained from microfilm at Clarksville-Montgomery Co. Public Library.
  • [S1064] Mary Logan Cobb, Certificate of Death, 20156, issued by Commonwealth of Kentucky State Board of Health, filed 6 Jul 1913. Image found online on Kentucky Vital Records Project <http://kyvitals.com>. Informant was L. Ledley Logan, her sister.
  • [S1184] "Kentucky 1851-1900 Marriage Index," online on Genealogy.com, <www.genealogy.com>, based on work by Liahona Research, Orem, Utah from county marriage records on microfilm available at the FHL.
  • [S1431] Annual report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the third session of the Sixty-seventh Congress of the United States, December 4, 1922 (Washington: Tresury Department, 1922). Image found online on Genealogy.com.
  • [S1687] Mrs. Sallie Logan household, 1900 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, population schedule, Magisterial Dist. No. 4, Enumeration District 11, sheet 20B, dwelling 363, family 371, National Archives micropublication T623-515, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1750] Chiles T. Barker, owner, 1860 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, slave schedule, sheet 49-50/287, lines 13 right-6 right, National Archives micropublication M653-402, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1760] Chiles T. Barker household, 1860 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, population schedule, sheet 65, dwelling 444, family 444, National Archives micropublication M653-362, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1765] Chiles T. Barker household, 1850 U.S. Census, Christian Co., Kentucky, population schedule, District No. 2, sheet 749/375, dwelling 236, family 248, National Archives micropublication M432-196, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1941] Ralph Pendleton household, 1910 U.S. Census, Adams Co., North Dakota, population schedule, Twp. 131 Range 91, Enumeration District 4, sheet 8A, dwelling 178, family 180, National Archives micropublication T624-1138, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1942] John Wiest household, 1920 U.S. Census, Stutsman Co., North Dakota, population schedule, NewburryTwp., Enumeration District 225, sheet 3A, dwelling 38, family 38, National Archives micropublication T625-1341, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1943] John Wiest household, 1915 North Dakota Census, Stutsman Co., North Dakota, St. Paul, dwelling 5, family 6, State Archives and Historical Research Library, State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, North Dakota, microfilm 6874, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1945] S. S. Cymric arrival 12 Jul 1907, Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, Massachusetts, 1891-1943, Arrival No. 311, National Archives Microfilm No. T843-111, roll 434, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S1949] Harold Wiest, "Descendants of John Wiest", genealogy report, 11 Sep 2008. A descendant report showing a line from John Wiest (1870-1926) for four generations. Author stated in e-mails that the information is from his research and that of four other Wiest descendants, the results of which he published recently in a book, The Rohrbach Wiests:  From Kuettigen to the Rheinpfalz to South Russia ... and Beyond!. Report received by e-mail "Re: Terry" 11 Sep 2008. Currently held by author, Boone, North Carolina.
  • [S1996] Martha Cobb Fenker, Certificate of Death, 02 6155 (9 Jan 2007), issued by Department of State Health Services State of Texas, author, Boone, North Carolina, filed 17 Feb 2000.
  • [S3126] Ledley Cobb Ussery, Certificate of Death, 53-16274, issued by Department of Public Health State of Tennessee, filed 12 Jul 1953. Image found online on FamilySearch.org, informant was Louis Ussery, her husband.
  • [S3369] Eleanor Williams, Cabins to Castles: Clarksville, Tennessee (Jackson, Tennessee: The Guild Bindery Press, 1992).
  • [S3916] Henry Wiest household, 1940 U.S. Census, Butte Co., California, population schedule, Chico, Enumeration District 4-4, sheet 2B, family 46, National Archives micropublication T627-192, informant was Mable, wife of head of household, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S3919] Henry E. Wiest household, 1930 U.S. Census, Lake Co., Illinois, population schedule, Barrington, Enumeration District 14, sheet 8B, dwelling 206, family 607, National Archives micropublication T626-528, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S3924] Harold Wiest, "Descendants of Johann "John" Wiest", genealogy report, 3 Nov 2012. A descendant report showing a line from John Wiest (1870-1926) for four generations, received by e-mail "JohannWiest1870b" 3 Nov 2012. Currently held by author, Boone, North Carolina.
  • [S4367] Louis Ussery household, 1940 U.S. Census, Montgomery Co., Tennessee, population schedule, Civil District No. 11, Enumeration District 63-13, sheet 9A, family 155, National Archives micropublication T627-3923, informant was head of household, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  • [S4417] Ledley Cobb Ussery grave marker, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Tennessee, photographed by Terry and Nancy Reigel 27 Apr 2006.
  • [S4429] Sallie Barker grave marker, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Tennessee, photographed by Terry and Nancy Reigel 27 Apr 2006.
  • [S5288] Howard W. Fenker household, 1940 U.S. Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, population schedule, Nashville ward 24, Enumeration District 99-165, sheet 2A, family 34, National Archives micropublication T627-3976, informant was Emma Steinke, sister-in-law of head of household, viewed on Ancestry.com.