Indiana McCaslins

Ann Maria StevensAge: 73 years18331906

Ann Maria Stevens
Birth May 30, 1833
Census 1840 (Age 6 years)
Census 1850 (Age 16 years)
Census 1860 (Age 26 years)
MarriageHenry Lewis BishopView this family
February 6, 1861 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a son
Lewis Daniel Bishop
August 12, 1870 (Age 37 years)
Census 1870 (Age 36 years)
Census 1880 (Age 46 years)
Census 1885 (Age 51 years)
Marriage of a childLewis Daniel BishopMyrtie Idela ClarkeView this family
November 28, 1895 (Age 62 years)
Note: Farm near Mason City
Census 1900 (Age 66 years)
Death October 4, 1906 (Age 73 years)
Note: died of a stroke
Burial after October 4, 1906
Note: Park Cemetery
Family with Henry Lewis Bishop - View this family
Marriage: February 6, 1861Castle Creek, Broome, New York
10 years

died of a stroke
Park Cemetery
Shared note
In the 1840 census, Milton Stevens is in Dimock, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania with a wife (Cyntha Smith Stevens) three sons (one under 5-Charles, one 5 to 10-David, and one 10 to 15-John) and three daughters (two 5 to 10-Ann and Amanda, and one 10 to 15-Ellen) Ann is listed in the 1850 US Federal Census for Chenango, Broome, New York (next page from Daniel and Henry Bishop) with her parents, Milton and Cynthia Stevens and her six siblings. In the 1860 US Federal Census for Binghamton, Chenango Township, Broome, New York, the only Ann and Urbane (spelled Irving by the census taker) are living at home with their parents, Milton and Cynthia Stevens. Amanda has disappeared from sight and the others have married. Ann has married as her last name is given as Bishop and she was living in New Jersey in 1865-1868 according to an indenture filed in Susquehanna County Court, concerning property in Dimock, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania. In the 1870 US Federal Census for Landis, Cumberland, New Jersey, Ann (age 37) is keeping house for her husband, Henry Bishop (a 46-year-old farmer) and their two children, George (age 8) and Carrie E (age 4). Both George and Carrie were born in New York. They have a James Brown (age 30, born in Maine) living with them as a hired man. In the 1880 US Federal Census for New Hampton, Chickasaw, Iowa, Ann (age 47, keeping house) and Henry (age 55 , farmer) are living in New Hampton, Chickasaw, Iowa. The information on their parents' birthplaces appears to be reversed. In their household are George H. (18, helping on farm), Carrie E (age 14, at school), and Lewis D (age 9). Lewis is not at school which confirms Carrie's account of their childhood. (He seems to have been a determined child). In the 1885 Iowa State Census for New Hampton, Chickasaw, Iowa, 60-year-old New York-born farmer, Henry Bishop and his 51-year-old Pennsylvania-born wife, Anna Marie [sic] [Stevens] Bishop have in their household their two youngest New Jersey-born children, 19-year-old Carrie and 14-year-old Lewis. Henry is a farmer, Ann is keeping house and Carrie is a school teacher. Everyone's parents were "native born". In 1900, Ann is living with her husband in Rock Grove, Floyd, Iowa. He and Ann have been married 40 years. She has born three children and two are still living. Her father was born in Pennsylvania and her mother in Connecticut