Cornelius D VanNuys, 18241909 (aged 84 years)

Birth
Source: S1662
Source: Find a Grave
Birth of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Birth of a sister
Death of a sister
Birth of a brother
Source: S3363
Death of a sister
Marriage
Note: Banta gives Cornelius and Jane's marriage date as 18 Mar 1845, but the Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages through 1850 give it as 13 Apr 1840.
Birth of a son
Source: S3871
Death of a son
April 12, 1844 (aged 19 years)
Source: S3871
Burial of a son
Source: S3871
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Pine, Row 20, Stone 13
Death of a brother
Source: S203
Death of a mother
Burial of a mother
Note: Greenwood Cemetery
Death of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 66528519)
Birth of a daughter
Death of a father
Note: Bantas History of Johnson County Indiana 1888 gives Tunis [sic] death date as 1847
Burial of a father
Note: Greenwood Cemetery
Birth of a daughter
Source: S3955
Census
Death of a sister
Death of a daughter
Source: S3955
Burial of a daughter
Source: S3955
Note: Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stone 3
Death of a daughter
Source: S3955
Burial of a daughter
Source: S3955
Note: Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stone 3
Birth of a son
Source: S1662
Source: S3955
Birth of a son
1857 (aged 32 years)
Source: S3955
Census
Census
Marriage of a son
Source: S1662
Death of a sister
Death of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a sister
Note: Hopewell Presbyterian Church Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 73101982)
Death of a son
1880 (aged 55 years)
Source: S3955
Burial of a son
Source: S3955
Note: Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stone 3
Marriage of a son
Death of a brother
Burial of a brother
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Hopewell Presbyterian Church Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 82357159)
Death of a wife
May 14, 1891 (aged 66 years)
Burial of a wife
Source: S3955
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stone 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 86473895)
Death of a sister
Burial of a sister
Death of a brother
Source: S3871
Burial of a brother
Source: S3871
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Pine, Row 20, Stone 13
Death
May 28, 1909 (aged 84 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial
after May 28, 1909 (0 days after death)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stones 2 & 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 86473818)
Family with parents
father
17751847
Birth: September 10, 1775Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey
Death: March 7, 1847Johnson, Indiana
mother
17851844
Birth: April 9, 1785 38 38 Kentucky
Death: November 3, 1844Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageMarch 25, 1802Mercer, Kentucky
10 months
elder brother
18031890
Birth: January 23, 1803 27 17 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: July 20, 1890Johnson, Indiana
3 years
elder sister
18051850
Birth: July 29, 1805 29 20 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: October 26, 1850Bennington, Switzerland, Indiana
2 years
elder sister
18071879
Birth: December 22, 1807 32 22 Kentucky
Death: September 22, 1879
2 years
elder sister
18101879
Birth: March 7, 1810 34 24 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: February 3, 1879Switzerland, Indiana
2 years
elder brother
18121844
Birth: May 19, 1812 36 27 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: August 12, 1844Johnson, Indiana
2 years
elder sister
18141815
Birth: May 14, 1814 38 29 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: January 15, 1815Shelby, Kentucky
2 years
elder brother
18161816
Birth: June 10, 1816 40 31 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: June 22, 1816Shelby, Kentucky
16 months
elder sister
18171839
Birth: October 14, 1817 42 32
Death: April 11, 1839Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
3 years
elder brother
18201894
Birth: August 16, 1820 44 35 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: July 3, 1894Hopewell, Johnson, Indiana
2 years
elder sister
18221829
Birth: September 8, 1822 46 37 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: December 29, 1829Shelby, Kentucky
2 years
himself
18241909
Birth: October 18, 1824 49 39 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: May 28, 1909Johnson, Indiana
2 years
younger sister
18261845
Birth: October 18, 1826 51 41
Death: September 20, 1845
3 months
younger sister
18271893
Birth: January 23, 1827 24 22 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: September 29, 1893Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
4 years
younger brother
18301912
Birth: November 3, 1830 55 45 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: February 16, 1912Goshen, Elkhart, Indiana
Family with Jane Ditmars
himself
18241909
Birth: October 18, 1824 49 39 Shelby, Kentucky
Death: May 28, 1909Johnson, Indiana
wife
18181891
Birth: December 6, 1818 26 24 New Jersey
Death: May 14, 1891
Marriage MarriageApril 13, 1840Johnson, Indiana
3 years
son
18421844
Birth: October 18, 1842 18 23
Death: April 12, 1844
4 years
daughter
18461851
Birth: December 29, 1846 22 28 Johnson, Indiana
Death: December 21, 1851Johnson, Indiana
22 months
daughter
18481850
Birth: October 8, 1848 23 29 Johnson, Indiana
Death: December 7, 1850
4 years
son
18521937
Birth: April 10, 1852 27 33 Indiana
Death: 1937
6 years
son
18571880
Birth: 1857 32 38 Indiana
Death: 1880
Marriage

Banta gives Cornelius and Jane's marriage date as 18 Mar 1845, but the Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages through 1850 give it as 13 Apr 1840.

Burial

Hopewell Cemetery, Section C, Row 25, Stones 2 & 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 86473818)

Shared note

From Bantas History of Johnson County 1888:
CORNELIUS D. VANNUYS, retired farmer, was born in Shelby County, Ky., October 18, 1824, son of Tunis [sic Teunis] and Catherine Vannuys. Our subject was a student at the country schools of Kentucky, and at the age of twelve years came with his parents to Johnson County, and here attended a private school at Franklin, and subsequently spent some time at Hanover College. In the spring of 1845, he began farming for himself, settling on a farm in Union Township, where he remained until the winter of 1848, when he removed to a farm just south of Hopewell, and in the fall of 1878, removed to his present residence at Hopewell. As a farmer he was very successful, and by industry and good management has secured a good farm, and a comfortable home. In May, 1864, he enlisted in Company G, One Hundred and Thirty-second Indiana Volunteers, and was honorably discharged in September, 1864. The marriage of Mr. Vannuys, occurred March 18, 1845 [sic 13 May 1840], to Miss Jane Ditmars, born in New Jersey, December 5, 1819, daughter of Garrett and Sarah (Verbryke) Ditmars. They have had four children, one of whom is yet living; Chauncy L., born April 10, 1852. Those deceased were: Electa J., Sarah B., and Cornelius. Chauncy L. was married October 3, 1877, to Miss Anna Powers, who died May 25, 1884, leaving two children: Nina A., born 1878, and Rosco G., born 1882. Mr. Vannuys was formerly a Whig, and since the birth of the Republican party, has been one of its most ardent supporters. He has been a member of the Presbyterian Church since 1839, and his wife became a member of the same church in 1840. He is a thorough-going, industrious and liberal supporter of all laudable public enterprises.
Transcribed by Lois Johnson

Judge Banta gives Cornelius Vannuys and Jane Ditmar's marriage date as 18 Mar 1845, but the "Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages through 1850" gives it as 13 Apr 1840.

In the 1850 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 26-year-old Kentucky-born farmer Cornelius VanNuys owns $2,000 worth of real estate. He and his 31-year-old New Jersey-born wife Jane [Ditmars] VanNuys have in their household their Indiana-born children, 4-year-old Electa J and 1-year-old Sarah Bell [sic], and 13-year-old Indiana-born Francis C Williams, whose relationship to the family is unknown.

In the 1860 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 35-year-old Kentucky-born farmer Cornelius VanNuys owns $5,600 worth of real estate and $1,500 worth of personal property. He and his 40-year-old New Jersey-born wife Jane [Ditmars] VanNuys have in their household their Indiana-born children, 8-year-old Chauncy L and 3-year-old Cornelius, and Jane's 21-year-old Indiana-born farm laborer Edward Ditmars, who owns $600 worth of personal property. Chauncy and Cornelius Jr have attended school in the past year.

In the 1870 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, 46-year-old Kentucky-born farmer Cornelius VanNuys owns $11,200 worth of real estate and $4,712 worth of personal property. He and his 51-year-old New Jersey-born wife Jane [Ditmars] VanNuys have two of their four Indiana-born children in their household, 18-year-old Chauncy and 12-year-old Cornelius. Chauncy and Cornelius Jr have attended school in the past year. Cornelius and his brother John have farms adjacent to each other.

Cornelius died 28 May 1909 and was buried with both a family and a military tombstone in Hopewell Cemetery, Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, Section C, Row 25, Stones 2 and 3.