Has anyone ever heard of this side of the family?My husband and his brother have a lot of old family marriage, birth, and death certificates, and the genealogy goes back to: William Abraham/Abram Wayne b. abt. 1814 married Elizabeth Kline abt. 1841.They spent their lives in Shelbyville, Kentucky.Their children are: 1.George Washington Wayne (January 21, 1844 to April 17, 1910.)He was a native of Kentucky, then of Lower Lake County, California.He passed away in Bakersfield, California-at the home of his daughter Harriet Wayne Hay, and was buried on April 20, 1910 at Lower Lake, Aged 67 years-Civil War Veteran.His wife's name may or may not be Martha THRELKOLD. 2.Millard Fillmore Wayne b. January 18, 1857 and died on July 16th (no year given) at the home of his brother of "consumption."He was nicknamed "Mert" and is buried at the cemetery at Lower Lake. 3.Annie/Anna Elizabeth Wayne, born October 15, 1852 and died perhaps in 1931. 4.Samuel Abraham Wayne, born December 07, 1854 and died at his home in Oakland, California on June 06, 1925.His obituary says he died at age 69 and his sisters are Mrs. E.R.Abraham & Blanche & Anna Wayne. 5.Mary Wayne, born August 11, 1859. 6.Eliza Rolston Wayne, born January 21, 1844 and married to W. M. Abraham in November of 1865. They had 3 children:Arthur L., Ida A., and Eda A. 7.David Hoober? Wayne born March 19, 1846. 8.Sarah Blanche Wayne, born February 08, 1848. 9.Joseph Bisner? Wayne born June 14, 1850.
George Washington Wayne (January 21, 1844 to April 17, 1910) had 3 daughters:Georgia Ethel Wayne, Harriet M. Wayne, and Geraldine Mitchell "Mittie" Wayne.Georgia Ethel married Herbert Thomas Rogers (b. September 02, 1886 in California) on June 20, 1910 at her sister Harriet's house near Bakersfield.They had a son and a daughter, George Wayne Rogers (May 08, 1913 - 1991) who married Helen Semlar Baylor and Harriet Rogers who married Francis George Hay.George Wayne is my husband's father.So I am hoping some of you will recognize this line leading from William Abraham/Abram Wayne (b. abt. 1814)and Elizabeth Kline Wayne (1819 - 1868.)I'd love to hear from you.