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Elias

Pence Morrical
Birth Date:

September 9, 1842

Birth Location:

Darke County, Ohio

Death Date:

November 27, 1917 (or1916)

Death Location:

Manton, Michigan

Burial:

Fairview Cemetery
Manton, Michigan
 

Parents
Father
Clark Morrical
(1814-1857)
Mother
Sarah Pence
(1812-1867)
Clark and Sarah's Family Scrapbook
Siblings (in birth order)
1
Adam
Morrical

1834-1885
2
Harrison

Morrical

1835-1912
3
Eliza Ann

Morrical

~1837-~1849
Died at age 12.

 

4
Pheby

Morrical

1838-1916
5
Elias

Morrical

1842-1917
6
Aaron
Morrical

?-?

Died at age 1.

 

7
Lewis

Morrical

1847-1930
8
Alamanda

Morrical

1851-1926
9
Sarah X.

Morrical

1856-1873
Marriage
Elias Morrical married Sarah O. Adams on October 30, 1870 in Wells
County, Indiana.  They had four children together; Sarah died in 1876.

Elias then married Mary Jane Clevenger on October 17, 1877, in Randolph
County, Indiana.  They had one child together; Mary Jane died in 1879.

Elias's third marriage was Matilda (Alice) Tinsley Templin; they
married on January 17, 1882, and had four children together.

 

Four Children with Sarah

One child with Mary Jane

1
Dora Bell
Morrical

1871-1952
2
Olive

Morrical

1872-1877
3
Unnamed Infant

?-?
4
Unnamed Infant

?-?
1
Rosa May

Morrical

1879-?

Four Children with Matilda

  1
Eva
Morrical

1883-?
2
William

Morrical

1885-1929
3
James

Morrical

1887-1944
4
Francis

Morrical

1892-1970
 

Notes

 

In 1900, Elias and Alice Morrical are living in Nottingham Township, Wells County, Indiana.  They have four children living with them.

Biographical sketch extracted from:

Biographical and historical record of Adams and Wells counties, Indiana.
Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1887. pp. 828-829.

ELIAS P. MORRICAL, farmer, Nottingham Township, was born in Darke County, Ohio, September 8, 1842, son of Clark and Sarah (Pence) Morrical, the former a native of Virginia, and the latter of Ohio.  The father removed with his parents from Virginia to Darke County, where he was married.  When Elias was about two years old his parents removed to Indiana, living there eleven years, then went to Kankakee County, Illinois, where they passed the remainder of their days.  The father died April 28, 1857, in Marshall County, Indiana, whither he had gone on business. The mother survived him until December 28, 1867.  Elias was thirteen years of age when his parents removed to Kankakee County. He lived there until be came to Wells County. In 1865 he went to Michigan, where he was engaged in the pump business, and the following year came to Wells County, where he was married October 30, 1870, to Sarah O. Adams, who died September 14, 1876, leaving four children.  All except Dora are deceasedóOlive, and two infants unnamed.  The year after his marriage Mr. Morrical returned to Kankakee, where he resided two years, then removed to this county.  It was here that his wife died, and in 1877 he went to Randolph County, where he was married October 17, 1877, to Mary Jane Clevinger, who died May 28, 1879, leaving one childóRosa May.  In 1879 he returned to Wells County and located in his present home. Mr. Morrical is independent in politics, but is a strong temperance man. He owns about seventy-nine acres of land, sixty-nine acres being cleared. He was married to his present wife January 17, 1882.  She was formerly Alice M. Tinsley, a resident of Randolph County, and a daughter of Malachi and Margaret E. Tinsley; the father is deceased and the mother is a resident of Nottingham.

 

 

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