Indiana McCaslins

William G GudgelAge: 79 years18271906

Name
William G Gudgel
Birth October 1, 1827 33 31
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MarriageSusan A SmithView this family
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Birth of a brotherMilton Gudgel
April 21, 1829 (Age 18 months)
Death of a fatherMahlon Gudgel
about 1829 (Age 15 months)
Census 1830 (Age 2 years)
MarriageMary Adeline SharplessView this family
about 1852 (Age 24 years)

Birth of a son
#1
John Henry Gudgel
1861 (Age 33 years)

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Death of a wifeMary Adeline Sharpless
March 4, 1861 (Age 33 years)
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Burial of a wifeMary Adeline Sharpless
after March 4, 1861 (Age 33 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Mount Bloom Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 15531437)
Death of a brotherStephen Gudgel
January 28, 1864 (Age 36 years)

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Burial of a brotherStephen Gudgel
after January 28, 1864 (Age 36 years)
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Note: Mound Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 39265769)
Death of a brotherJohn Gudgel
July 29, 1876 (Age 48 years)

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Burial of a brotherJohn Gudgel
after July 29, 1876 (Age 48 years)
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Note: Mount Bloom Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 92745040)
Death of a motherCharlotte Snodgrass
about June 4, 1879 (Age 51 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S5721
Publication: Wold Publising Company (Chicago, Illinois 1885)
Source: S6726
Birth of a daughter
#2
Emma A Gudgel
November 17, 1887 (Age 60 years)

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Death of a daughterEmma A Gudgel
July 1, 1902 (Age 74 years)

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Burial of a daughterEmma A Gudgel
after July 1, 1902 (Age 74 years)
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Note: Mount Bloom Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 15531387-)
Death December 5, 1906 (Age 79 years)
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Burial after December 5, 1906
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Note: Mount Bloom Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 15531418)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: June 15, 1820, Jefferson, Indiana
1 year
elder brother
4 years
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
21 months
himself
19 months
younger brother
Family with Mary Adeline Sharpless - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1852
son
daughter
daughter
son
Family with Susan A Smith - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage:
son
27 years
daughter
son
daughter
daughter
son

BirthFind a Grave
Census1830 US Federal Census
DeathFind a Grave
BurialFind a Grave
Burial
Mount Bloom Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 15531418)
Shared note
The 1830 US Federal Census for Ridgeveiil, Warren, Ohio records Charlotte Gudgel as head of household, indicating that Mahlon has died. Her household contains two white males under 5 (Milton and William), 2 white males of 5 through 9 (John and Stephen) and one white female 30-40 (herself). History of Bureau County Illinois- Biographical Sketches 1885 "William G. Gudgell, Tiskilwa, was born October 1, 1827, in Warren County, Ohio. He is a son of Mahlon Gudgell, who was a native of Pennsylvania. He was a farmer and shoe-maker by occupation, and died in Ohio. The grandfather of our subject was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. The wife of Mahlon Gudgell was Charlotte (Snodgrass) Gudgell, who was the mother of five children, viz.: Stephen, John, Samuel, William G. and Milton. Mrs. Charlotte Gudgell died in Bureau County, aged eighty-four years. Our subject went to school in Indiana, and at the age of fourteen he commenced to farm for himself on his widowed mother's farm. Even at that age he would do a man's work in cradling and mowing. In the fall of 1850 he came to Putnam County, Ill., where he farmed till 1856, when he removed to Tiskilwa, Bureau County, where he opened a grocery store the following January in partnership with C.A. Dean. In a few years the latter went to California, and Mr. Gudgell has continued the business ever since. For a number of years he was also engaged in the stock and grain business. Mr. Gudgell was married twice. His first wife, Mary A. Sharpless, died March 4, 1861. She was the mother of four children, viz.: Harrison W., Luella V., Sarah L and William Frank. His present wife, Susan A. Smith is a native of New York. She is the mother of six children, viz.: John H., Emma A., Clarence E., Ida, May and Walter R. Mr. and Mrs. Gudgell are members of the Baptist Church. Politically he is a Republican, and was formerly a friend of the "underground railroad."