[7]

Stewart McAninch in Nevada: Part I: Through the 1891 Marriage, MFHN v.XVII n.1


    Jan.2009 p.2009-02: http://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn17y09/m17p02w6.htm


[and] Stewart McAninch in Nevada: Part II: 1891 to 1899: Stewart McAninch in


    Nevada, 1883 to 1899, and then Stewart McAnish in Oregon, MFHN v.XV n.2


    Apr.2009 p.2009-10: http://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn17y09/m17p10w6.htm



[8]

Charles Postly McIninch, b. 10 May 1832, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, second son of


John A. McIninch (b.29 July 1808, New York County, New York; d. 16 Jan. 1894,


Nebraska) and Sarah (Johnson) McIninch, and grand-son of James McIninch (b.ca.1780,


Ireland), who came to New York. Charles married Cynthia / Synthia McCorkle, 9 Sept.


1852, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri, and they had nine children in Missouri,


Texas, and in the Indian Territory (Oklahoma became our 46th state later, in 1907).


Charles was the first Postmaster at Wanette, Pottawatomie County, Indian Territory (I.T.),


serving from 19 Mar. 1894 to 30 Jan. 1900 (six years). He died there, 29 Jan. 1902, and


is buried in Wanette Cemetery, Wanette, Pottawatomie County, I.T. (now) Oklahoma.



[9]

William A. McAninch, b. 4 June 1852, Indiana (prob. Putnam County), son of Elisha


McAninch (b.1815, d.1895) and Basheba (Scott) McAninch (b.1818, d.1894), grand-son


of Samuel McAninch (b.ca.Feb.1789, d.1859) and (Mary) Polly (Skidmore) McAninch


(b.1792, d.bef.1850), and great-grand-son of the original Daniel McAninch (b.ca.1750,


Ireland, d.ca.1822, prob. Tennessee), early pioneer in Lincoln County, Kentucky [Note 3].


William A. McAninch married Florence Foster, 30 Sept. 1875, Putnam County, and they


had one child, daughter Nota May McAninch, b.ca.1879, mar. David Chauncey Johnson.


William’s older brother Samuel had been Postmaster at Mount Meridian [1870] [Note 2].


William A. McAninch was a successful farmer in Hendricks County, and, over the


western side of the county line, William was the Postmaster at Putnamville, Putnam


County, for sixteen years (23 June 1897 to 7 July 1913).


Florence (Foster) McAninch d. 7 Aug. 1906, and William A. McAninch d. 18 June 1917;


both are buried in the Stilesville Cemetery, Stilesville, Hendricks County, Indiana.



[10]

Milton C. McAninch, b. 29 Feb. 1844, Morgan County (now Putnam County), Indiana,


fourth son of Elisha McAninch (b.1815, d.1895) and Basheba (Scott) McAninch (b.1818,


d.1894), grand-son of Samuel McAninch (b.ca.Feb.1789, d.1859) and (Mary) Polly


(Skidmore) McAninch (b.1792, d.bef.1850), and great-grand-son of the original Daniel


McAninch (b.ca.1750, Ireland, d.ca.1822, prob. Tennessee), one of the two McAninch


pioneers in Lincoln County, Kentucky [Note 3].


In the Civil War, Milton was a Private, first Co. E, 78th Ind. Vol. Reg't (a 3-month unit),


then Co. H, 133rd Ind. Vol. Reg't, with service in Kentucky and Alabama. [continued]


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McA/I/Nin(ch/sh) Postmasters, 1832-1971 (United States Post Office records, NARA M841)

McAninch Family History NL v.XXIV n.2 October 2016 / Copyright Frank McAninch / p.2016-29


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