|PRIMARY PERSON||SECONDARY PERSON||RELATIONSHIP OR OTHER DATA||DOCUMENT||INFORMATION||DATE OF DOCUMENT||COMMENTS|
|Lucy Catherine Field||Eugene Allen Field||daughter/father||Birth Certificate of Lucy Catherine Field, Office of the Principal Registrar, Adelaide Australia, No. 966||Eugene Allen Field, 28 years of age born in Nappanee, Indiana, is the father of Lucy Field.||June 11, 1969|
|Victor Allen Field||Eugene Allen Field||son/father||Birth Certificate of Victor Allen Field Office of the Principal Registrar, Adelaide Australia, No. 949B/17898||Eugene Allen Field, 29 years of age born in Nappanee, Indiana, is the father of Victor Field||Oct. 19, 1970|
|Eugene Allen Field||Howard Allen Field||son/father||Birth Certificate of Eugene Allen Field, Birth Book No. 3 pg.33 Nappanee Health Dept. Nappanee, Elkhart Co, Indiana||Howard Allen Field and Miriam Elaine Grasz are the parents of Eugene Allen Field||Jan. 24, 1941|
|Howard A. Field||Eugene Field||father/son||Obituary of Howard A. Field, from Patterson Irrigator, Patterson, CA.||"Survivers include his wife, Miriam Field of Kingsburg; sons Eugene Field of Patterson..."||Dec. 8, 1988||"A native of Nappanee, Ind..." this information is incorrect|
|Howard A. Field||Eugene Field||father/son||Obituary of Howard A. Field from the Kingsburg Recorder, Kingsburg, Fresno Co. CA||"He was born in Valparaiso,
"He is survived by his wife, Miriam; two sons, Dennis "Pody" of Kingsburg and Eugene of Patterson..."
|Dec. 7, 1988|
|Howard Allen Field||Harvey O. Field||son/father||Death Certificate of Howard Allen Field, Local Registration District--388100, Certificate No. 04568 , Fresno Co., California||Birth of Howard A. Field, Sept. 27, 1911, in Indiana, parents: Harvey O. Field, born in Indiana and Marie Eddy, born New York, surviving spouse, Miriam Field.||Dec. 6, 1988|
|Howard Allen Field||Harvey Field||son/father||Birth Certificate of Howard Allen Field, Book 7, Pg. 31, Porter County, Indiana||Born in Valparaiso, Indiana, Sept. 27, 1911, parents: Harvey Field, born Indiana and Marie Eddie, born New York.||Sept. 17, 1911|
|Harvey O. Field||Howard Field||father/son||Paper tells history in own words. Nappanee Advance-News, Wed. Aug. 8, 1979, pg. 4||"Harvey O. Field of Valparaiso, experienced newspaperman, has purchased the Nappanee Advance News..." Caption of photo, "The Harvey Field family owned and published the Advance-News from 1927 until 1953. Pictured from left Harvey Field, Myrtle Field Williams, Marie Field, Howard Field and Glen Field."||Wed. Aug. 8, 1979|
|Harvey O. Field||Howard Field||father/son||Obituary of Harvey O. Field--Past Editor In Nappanee Dies At 76, The Elkhart Truth, Elkhart, Elkhart Co. IN||"Surviving are his wife; three sons, Leslie of Marion, Howard of Fresno..."||Feb. 8, 1966|
|Harvey O. Field||George Field||son/father||Obituary of Harvey O. Field--Harvey Field, Former Publisher Dies Tuesday. Located in the obituary file in the Historic Room of the Nappanee Public Library, Nappanee, Elkhart Co. IN.||"Mr. Field was born May 27, 1889, in Valparaiso, the son of George and Lavinca (Hinkle) Field. He married the former Marie J. Eddy on June 17, 1909."||Feb. 8, 1966||Lavinca should be Lavica|
|Harvey O. Field||George E. Field||son/father||Marriage Licence Application of Harvey O. Field and Marie J. Eddy. Valparaiso, Porter Co., Indiana, June 17, 1909||Father Geo. E. Field, born
Gibson Co. occupation printer,
Mother Lavica Hinkle, born Ohio.
|June 17, 1909|
|George E. Field||Harvey Field||father/son||Obituary of Geo. E. Field--Geo. E. Field Answers To The Call Of Death, The Daily Vidette, pg. 1, Valparaiso, Porter Co., IN||"The deceased was born in Gibson County, Indiana, near Hazleton, on December 23, 1849" "On January 19, 1881, he was married to Miss Lavica Hinkle, who survives him together with five children-Clarence, Walter, Harvey, and Nelson Field of this city, and Elmer Field of Chicago."||July, 17, 1915|
|George E. Field||Benjamin Field||son/father||Death Certificate of George E. Field, Book no. 7, page no. 88, Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana.||Wife Lavica Field, occupation
printer, birthplace Gibson Co.
Indiana, father Benjamin Field,
mother Elen Jones
Residence, 1001 Oak St., Valparaiso, IN.
|July 17, 1915||Mother was Lydia Ellen Brown|
|Benjamin R. Field||George E. Field||father/son||Probate Docket of Benjamin R. Field--Petition to Admit Will to Probate, Estate 136, Shelby County Court House, Shelbyville, Illinois, 16 May 1903.||George E. Field, son, residence Valparaiso, IN.||May 16, 1903.|
|Benjamin R. Field||George E. Field||father/son||Obituary of Benjamin R. Field--Benj. R. Field Fords The River, From a Shelbyville, Shelby Co. IL newspaper.||"He was married five times, his
fifth wife and two sons by a
former marriage surviving him.
The sons are George E. of
Valparaiso and K. R. of Patoka."
"Mr. Field was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on the 18th of July, 1828..."
|Shortly after May 10 1903.|
|Benjamin R. Field||George Field||father/son||Obituary of Benjamin R. Field, Democrat, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Illinois.||"Besides the bereaved wife he leaves two sons, George of Valparaiso, Ind and K. R. of Patoka." "Benjamin R. Field was born in Gibson county, Ind, July 18, 1828..."||May 13, 1903|
|Benjamin R. Field||Abraham Field||son/father||Family Bible of Keen W. Field, 1844, Originally owned by, Keen W. Field, now owned by Kenneth H. Field of Whitefish, Montana.||Births listed together are
Abraham Field and his wife
Grace [Rainey] Field and their
ten children including Benjamin
R. Field born, July 18, 1828.
Bible belonged to Keen Wesley Field and his gggrandfather was Keen Field
|Dated 1844||On the first two family record pages, marriages and births and deaths, Abraham Field and Grace Rainey are the first mentioned and all people listed in the bible are their descendants.|
|Abraham Field||Benjamin R. Field||father/son||Tartt, Jas. T., History of Gibson County, Indiana (3), Jas.Tartt & Co. Edwardsville, Illinois, 1884, pp. 184 & 188.||"Abraham Fields, the eldest son
of Keen Fields, came to the
township with his father in 1799
at the age of 6 years, and lived
with his parents until 1816 when
he married Miss Grace Rainey,
and settled on Military Donation
No. 10, adjoining his father's
land...Benjamin R. Fields, the
fourth child and second son of
Abraham Fields, now owns and
lives on the farm settled by his
father and is a worthy descendant
of this honorable pioneer." (pg.
"Abraham Fields, the father of Mrs. Nancy A. Richards, was born in Kentucky Dec. 27, 1793. He came with his parents to Indiana...He married Grace Reiney, daughter of William and Esther Reiney...by that union there were ten children-Benjamin R., a resident of this county..." (pg. 188)
|Benjamin R. Field||residence||An Atlas of Gibson and Pike Counties, Ind. D. L. Lake & Co. Philadelphia, 1881||Military Donation 10, Ben R. Field (owner)||1881||Land ownership|
|Keen Field||Abraham Field||father/son||Tartt, Jas. T., History of Gibson County, Indiana (3), Jas.Tartt & Co. Edwardsville, Illinois, 1884, pp. 184 & 188.||"Abraham Fields, the eldest so of
Keen Fields, came to the
township with his father in
"Keen Fields, the grandfather of the present family...he married Anna West...by that union there were ten children...Abraham Fields, the father of Mrs. Nancy A. Richards..." (pg. 188)
|Anna West is Anna Lewis.|
|Keen Field||Abraham Field||father/son||Estate Inventory of Cain Fields, dec'd, Will Book A, pg. 5-10, Gibson County, Indiana.||Lists all minor children with birth dates, his window Anna and his eldest son Abraham Field as Administrators. This document does not specifically state that Abraham is Keen's son.||18 Feb. 1815|
|Keen Field||Abraham Field||father/son||Family Bible of Keen W. Field, 1844, Originally owned by, Keen W. Field, now owned by Kenneth H. Field of Whitefish, Montana.||In what we believe to be the handwriting of Howard W. Field, the third owner of the Bible, states, "My great grandfather's name was Keen Field and my great grandmother was Ann Lewis."||Dated 1844||On the first two
and births and
Rainey are the
and all people
listed in the
bible are their
Howard W. Field was the grandson of Abraham Field
|Establishes residence of Keen and Abraham Field||Land record concerning Military Donation No. 10, Twp. 1. Vincennes Land Office, 31 May 1842||Abraham Field heir of Keen Field receives patten for MD 10.||31 May 1842|
|Keen Field||Establishes residence of Keen Field in Knox/Gibson County before 1825||Election Polls of Knox County, 1809, from The Hoosier Genealogist, May June, 1962, pg. 89.||Lists Keen Fields of White River Twp.||1809|
|Keen Field||Establishes residence of Keen Field in Knox/Gibson County before 1825||Census of Indiana Territory for 1807, Indiana Historical Society, 1980, pg. 13||Lists Cain Fields in Knox County with 3 votes.||1807|
|Keen Field||Establishes residence of Keen Field in Knox/Gibson County before 1825||Tartt, Jas. T., History of Gibson County, Indiana (3), Jas. Tartt & Co. Edwardsville, Illinois, 1884, pp. 184.||"The first grist mill in White
River Township was of round
logs, built by Keen Fields on
military donation No. 11..."
"Keen Fields was, perhaps the next white settler. He came to the township in 1799, and settled on military donation 11, and built a log cabin for himself and family."
|Keen Field||Establishes residence of Keen Field in Knox/Gibson County, before 1825||Letter from Miss Jeanne Coan of Bruceville, Indiana to Mrs. Field (Miriam Field) of Fresno CA, 18 Oct. 1968||Jeanne Coan most likely worked in the Knox County clerk's office in 1968. She found two Militia Land Grants of 1791, "Original Donee Pierre Laforrest 100 A tract 11 Claimant Keen Field, Original Donee Keen Field 100 A. Claimant Keen Field."||18 Oct. 1968|
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