Re: Banfill - New Hampshire, Preble Co, OH, Indiana
In 1860 Preble census Mary Banfill 16 is living with John and Hannah Banfill. John and Hannah had no Mary in 1850 census.
There is no records for Mary Elizabeth but there is this listed for a Mary Emelie Banfill
Preble County Probate
#1456 - George Milloway - Ex. George Kitson. Will abstract: to wife Susannah all my landed property except north side of Banta Creek which I bequeath to Laurey Ann Thompson and her heirs; to wife all personal property during her natural life or so long as she bears my name except $100 to Mary Emelie Banfill when she marries; after Susannah's death all to John Wesley Miloway. Signed 28 July 1849. Filed 11 Jan 1850. Surity: Francis Leas, Samuel Day. By April 1854 Salomon Banta adm. Depositions concerning John Wesley Milloway (son). widow Susannah Milloway. John Paullus, Mumma & Bower, John L. Quinn, Dr. R. P. Nisbet, Adam Paullus for building furnace in sugar house, Valentine Paullus, David Show, W. C. Gould, Mathue Paullus, Wilburt wolf, Joseph Hardesty, James Grover, Ephraim Woods, Bennet Seibert, Joseph Kinsey, John Badgley, William Fisher, John Phillips, for Kitson's trip to Burlington, IN, Jacob Bierly Twin #3 school, John B. Early, H. A. Garber, appraisers: Samuel G. Gale, John Quinn, John V. Campbell, Levin McCabe, Jacob Winters; Andrew Waymire for crying sale, John Paullus binds his son John to George Miloway until he is 21 in 1852, John ir born 24 Nov 1831, mortgage in Danville IL, Henry Klinger for Twin #4 school, Dr. William Lineaweaver, Lewis Christman, heirs: S. F. and Mary E. Landrey of Carroll Co IN.
In 1860 census George Kitson lives next to John Banfill