Corcoran Family

Medearis Barnett Family

John Wesley Medearis

John Wesley Medearis, son of John Redd Medearis and Rachel Beezley, was born July 17, 1817 in Shelby County, Ohio and died January 1, 1890 in Modena, Stark County, Illinois.  

He married Sirelda Barnett on December 1, 1839 in Clark County, Ohio. 

Other Events in the Life of John Wesley Hanchett (see obituary)

Occupations : Farmer

Religion: Methodist Episcopal

Residences: He was born and raised in Shelby County, Ohio.  In 1839, he moved to Brown County, Ohio and then in 1851, the family moved to Stark County, Illinois where John lived the remainder of his life.

Burial : Snareville Cemetery, Knox County, IL.  

Sirelda Barnett

Sirelda Barnett was born September 20, 1822 in Shelby County, Ohio and died October 17, 1899 in Modena, Stark County, Illinois.

Other events in the life of Sirelda Barnett (see obituary)

Occupation:  House and farm wife. 

Burial: Snareville Cemetery, Knox County, IL.

Children of John Medearis and Sirelda Barnett

Martin Vanburen Medearis was born on September 17, 1840,

Aurora Lowell Medearis was born April 27, 1842

William Medearis was born on March 9, 1844.

Alexander Medearis was born on August 26, 1846.

Wiley M Medearis was born on March 23, 1849.

James Lewis Medearis was born on June 27, 1851.

Joseph Medearis was born on December 17, 1853.

Ann Eliza Medearis was born March 1, 1859 in Wyoming, Stark County, Illinois and died January 16, 1933 in Oberlin, Decatur County, Kansas.

Francis 'Frank' J Medearis was born May 28, 1862 and died September 28, 1932 in Stark County, Illinois.

Sarah Medearis was born on July 3, 1865.

 

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