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07-James Roscoe Garriott
Birth: 25 Jun 1880, Rensselaer, Jasper Co, IN
Death: 27 Mar 1975, Williamsport Community Hospital, Warren Co, IN- age 94 28
Burial: 31 Mar 1975, Riverside Cemetery
Occupation: Farmer, SSN: 308-40-2012/IN
Father: Albert Monroe Garriott
Marriage: 25 Apr 1903, Jasper Co, IN: Bk 4/189, @ her father's home
Spouse: Nancy Ethel "Ett" HOPKINS
Birth: 3 Feb 1885, Jackson Co, IN
Home: Benton & Warren Co, IN
Death: 29 May 1962, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN- age 77
Burial: Riverside Cemetery
Father: William Adolphus Hopkins (1854-1938)-- Biography below
Mother: Charity Olive Perry (1846-1933)- daughter of Andrew John & Harriet Perry
CHILDREN: James and Nancy had the following thirteen children:
08----HAROLD "MANN" or "SKIP" JENNINGS GARRIOTT [b. 15 Oct 1904, Union Twp, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H3/13; d. 24 May 1997, Country Care Nursing Center, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN- age 92, bur. Riverside Cemetery], Farmer, SSN: 721-07-0904/RR, unmarried;
08----UnNamed twins GARRIOTT [b. 7 Aug 1905, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H3/17; bur. Prater Cemetery];
08----CLARICE MARIE GARRIOTT [b. 1906, listed below];
08----GOLDIE MAYE GARRIOTT [b. 1908, listed below];
08----EDNA MERLE GARRIOTT [b. 1910, listed below];
08----Unnamed MALE GARRIOTT [b.& d. 1 May 1912, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H10/30 (or Bk H4/86), bur. Prater Cemetery];
08----MARY ALENE GARRIOTT [b. 20 May 1913, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H4/130; d. 19 Aug 2007, Warren Co, IN- age 94, bur. West Lebanon Cemetery], SSN: 316-44-8400/IN, m. Estel "Red" McINTOSH [b. 17 Mar 1912; d. 26 May 2001, Warren Co, IN- age 89, bur. West Lebanon Cemetery], SSN: 319-14-3653/IL, lived in Williamsport, Warren Co, IN, had four children:
09----JAMES MAX McINTOSH [b. 13 Apr 1933, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN], m. Ann WHISTLER, had three children;
09----RICHARD LEE McINTOSH [b. 25 Jun 1935; d. 12 Feb 1936, Tippecanoe Co, IN, of meningitis- age <1];
09----NORMA JEAN McINTOSH [b. 30 May 1937, Warren Co, IN], m. Ronald Lee CRANE [b. 5 Oct 1930, E Chicago, Lake Co, IN; d. 28 Oct 2016, Attica, Warren Co, IN- age 86, bur. Pine Village, IN], son of Vivian Crane and Irene ___, on 3 Feb 1963, IN, had two children:
10----TIMOTHY CRANE; and
09----WILLIAM "BILLY" RAY McINTOSH [b. 23 Jan 1939, Warren Co, IN; d. 26 Feb 2016, Paris, Monroe Co, MO- age 77, bur. Missouri Veterans Cemetery at Jacksonville], m. Nancy M JOHNSON, lived in Paris, Monroe Co, MO, had 3 sons;
08----HELEN ELIZABETH GARRIOTT [b. 15 Jan 1916, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H4/242; d. 12 Mar 2003, Attica, Fountain Co, IN- age 87, bur. Riverside Cemetery], SSN: 311-12-7849/IN, an employee of Central National Bank, Attica, IN], m. Glenn Clifford CRIPE [b. 29 Dec 1914, Earl Park, Benton Co, IN; d. 11 Oct 1984, VA Hospital, Danville, IL- age 69, bur. Riverside Cemetery], son of Abe F Cripe (1885-1976) and Dollie Gladys Hankins (1888-1949), on 28 Dec 1945, Fowler, Benton Co, IN, he was Dispatcher/Harrison Steel, poultry, SSN: 305-18-8918/IL, attended Fowler & Boswell schools, served with US Army, WW1: served in Italy, Ireland & Germany, 3-1/2 yrs, lived in Attica, Fountain Co, IN in 1955, had two children:
09----LUCINDA ANN "Cindy" CRIPE [b. 3 Sep 1946, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN; d. 15 Jun Dayton, Tippecanoe Co, IN- age 63, bur. Garden of the Cross], m.
09----MAX WAYNE CRIPE [b. 13 Apr 1950, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN; d. 12 Jan 2016, Williamsport, Warren Co, IN- age 65, bur. Riverside Cemetery];
Helen also supposedly married a Calvin BROWN-- no other information.
08----LAVERNE "BERNIE" LUCILLE GARRIOTT [b. 14 Sep 1918, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H5/34], m. Fay FIX on 24 Apr 1941;
08----JAMES JOSEPH "JR" GARRIOTT [b. 13 Apr 1921, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H5/150; d. 01 Oct 2008, Warren Co, IN- age 87], SSN: 305-30-3040/IN, a Farmer, m. Margaret M MILLER [b. 11 Apr 1930, Fountain Co, IN], the daughter of Homer MILLER and Gladys Ethel PATTERSON on 21 May 1948, Warren Co, IN: Bk 19/73, lived southeast of Ambia, Benton or Warren Co, IN-- 40 years, had four children. He served in the US Army during World War 2 in New Guinea and the Philippines;
08----ROBERT PAUL SR GARRIOTT [b. 30 Jul 1924, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H6/81; d. 15 Dec 1997, Attica, Fountain Co, IN- age 73], Farmer (father's Williamsport farm), SSN: 305-30-3041/IN, m. Rosemary "Rosie" LEAZENBEE [b. 25 Jul 1928, Union Co, OH; d. 19 Jun 2010, Fountain Co, IN- age 81], SSN: 307-26-0861/IN, the daughter of Grover LEAZENBEE and Anna Belle SCHOBY on 29 Nov 1948, Warren Co, IN: Bk 19/137, lived in rural Attica, Fountain Co, IN, had a son;
08----WILLIAM ARDEN "BILLY" GARRIOTT [b. 28 Feb 1931, Warren Co, IN], a Farmer, m. Ida Mae WALL [b. 31 Oct 1935, Benton Co, IN] in Jan 1954, had three children.
1910 Union Twp, Jasper Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Roscoe Garriott 29, Farmer; Ethel Garriott 25 (6 children-4 living); Harold J Garriott 5; Clarice M Garriott 3; Golda M Garriott 1-4/12; and Edna M Garriott 1/12.
1920 Newton Twp, Jasper Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Roscoe Garroet 39, Farmer-General Farm; Ethel N Garroet 34; Harold J Garroet 15; Clarice M Garroet 13; May A Garroet 11; Edna M Garroet 9; Mary J Garroet 6; Helen E Garroet 3-11/12; and Salline Garroet 1-3/12.
1930 Center Twp, Benton Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Roscoe Garriott 49, Farmer-Grain Farm, b. IN: Ethel Garriott 45; Harold Garriott 25, Farmer-Grain Farm; Edna Garriott 20; Mary Garriott 16; Helen Garriott 14; Laverne Garriott 11; Junior Garriott 9; and Robert Garriott 5.
On the same census page: has Harold J Garriot 35, b. IN, Laborer-Farm.
1940 Liberty Twp, Warren Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) James R Garriowt, 59; Nancy E Garriowt, 55; La Vernne Garriowt, 21; James J Garriowt, 19; Robert P Garriowt, 15; and Billie A Garriowt, 9.
BIOGRAPHY: William Adolphus Hopkins [b. 26 Jul 1854, Jefferson (Co?), IN; d. 25 Jan 1938, Decatur (Co?), IN- age 83, bur. Sandridge Cemetery], the son of Richard Hopkins and Sarah Sapp, m. Charity Olive Perry [b. 11 Nov 1846, IN; d. 25 Aug 1933, Parr, Jasper Co, IN- age 87, bur. Sandridge Cemetery], she the daughter of Andrew John Perry, on 6 June 1882, Jackson Co, IN.
Their children were: Ethel Hopkins, Emmett R Hopkins, Charles Hopkins, Bertie Hopkins, and James E Hopkins. William A Hopkins and his wife Charity Perry moved with their children from Jackson Co, IN to Jasper Co, IN before the turn of the century and settled near Parr, in Union Township (Jasper Co, IN). All were hard workers, all started as farmers. [History of Jasper Co, IN, 1985, and Mark Furman (descendant of James E Hopkins)]
Roscoe and "Ett" lived in a log house near Aix in Union Township, Jasper Co, IN, after they got married. Mann (Harold) and Clarice were born there. They later moved to Fowler, Benton Co, IN-- and again to Williamsport, Warren Co, IN before 1927.
1962 FATAL INJURY: Nancy Ethel was fatally injured on the family farm in Williamsport, by a bull, goring her as she opened the gate to herd it into the barnyard. The bull had gotten into a fight with a neighbor's bull and Roscoe and Mann were bringing it home. The accident caused severe head injuries and broken bones. She was taken to the hospital by ambulance but nothing could be done to save her. She was conscious only part of the time from 9 Apr 1962 till her death.
[Lafayette Journal & Courier]
1975 OBITUARY: James Roscoe Garriott, 94, of Rt 2, Williamsport, a Warren County resident 44 years, died 27 March 1975 at 4:20 pm in Williamsport Community Hospital. He had been hospitalized two weeks and ill two years. Born and educated in Rensselaer, he was married there in 1903 to Nancy E Hopkins. She died in 1962. He was a farmer and was a member of United Brethren Church of Aix and Masonic Lodge 38 of Williamsport. Surviving are four sons, Harold of Williamsport, James of Ambia, Robert of Attica and Billy of Fowler; and six daughters, Mrs Winifred (Clarice) Bierley of Brook, Mrs Leslie (May) Burman of Goodland, Mrs Frank (Edna) Burman of Kentland, Mrs Estel (Mary) McIntosh of Williamsport, Mrs Glenn (Helen) Cripe of Attica and Mrs Fay (Laverne) Fix of Williamsport.
[Lafayette Journal & Courier]
1997 OBITUARY: "Harold Jennings Garriott, 92, Route 2, Williamsport, died at 9:10 am Saturday, May 24, 1997 in Country Care Nursing Center, Williamsport. He was born in Union Township, in Jasper County, October 15, 1904, the son of James and Nancy Hopkins Garriott. He attended South Marion Schools in Jasper County. He moved to the Warren County area in 1931 and had been a resident since. He was a lifelong farmer. He was a member of the Pine Village Masonic Lodge #315.
Surviving, are: four sisters, Clarice Bierley, Mary McIntosh, Laverne Fix, all of Williamsport, Helen Cripe, Attica; and three brothers, James Garriott, Williamsport, Robert Garriott, Attica, Billie Garriott, Fowler. He was preceded in death by two sisters.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am today (Wednesday) in Maus Funeral Home, Attica, with the Rev John Adams officiating. Burial will be in the Riverside Cemetery, Attica."
[Fountain County Neighbor, Attica, Indiana, May 28, 1997]
2008 OBITUARY: James J "Jim" Jr Garriott. He was born near Rensselaer, Indiana to James Roscoe and Nancy Hopkins Garriott. He married Margaret Miller on May 21, 1948, in Williamsport, Indiana. She survives. He is also survived by three children, Margy (Phil) Garvais, James Joe (Rita) Garriott, and Penny (Gene) Leuck, a sister, Laverne (Fay) Fix, and a brother, Billie (Ida) Garriott. He served in the US Army during World War II in New Guinea and the Philippines. He was a farmer.
[probably the Lafayette Journal & Courier]
2010 OBITUARY: Lucinda Ann "Cindy" Van Hyfte, 63, of Dayton, died at 8:05 pm Tuesday, June 15, 2010, at her residence. She was born Sep 3, 1946 in Williamsport to the late Glenn and Helen Garriott Cripe. On June 21, 1964, she married Charles "Chuck" Van Hyfte in Attica. He survives.
Also surviving are a son, Brian Van Hyfte (wife: Denise) of Williamsport; a daughter, Vicki Willis (husband: Douglas) of Dayton; a brother, Max Cripe (wife: Mary) of Williamsport; 4 grandchildren, Dusty and Brent Van Hyfte and Zachary and Jacob Willis and brothers- and sisters-in-law, Jim and Dale Van Hyfte of Pine Village and Mike and Tanya Van Hyfte of West Lafayette.
[probably the Lafayette Journal & Courier]
2016 OBITUARY: Max Wayne Cripe, 65, Attica, passed away unexpectedly in the emergency room of the St Vincent Williamsport Hospital, on Tuesday, January 12, 2016, at 4:46 pm. Max was born in Williamsport, Indiana, on April 13, 1950. He was the son of the late Glenn Clifford and Helen Elizabeth (Garriott) Cripe. Max was a life resident of Attica, graduating from Attica High School in 1968. He was active in sports during high school. Max was presently working at C & D Technologies in Attica. He has worked at C & D for the past 40 years. He had served in the Indiana National Guard from 1970-1976. He had attended the Williamsport Christian Church. He enjoyed the outdoors where he liked to fish, go boating and camping. He also enjoyed watching professional wrestling.
Max was first married to Wanda J Newton. He later married Mary M House on February 20, 1990 in Somerset, KY. He leaves behind his wife, Mary of 26 years; a daughter, Mandi K. (Rusty) Neef, Veedersburg; a son, Gabriel “Gabe” (fiancée-Brittany Blankenship) Cripe, Lafayette; a brother-in-law, Charles “Chuck” VanHyfte, Dayton, IN; two nieces, Vicki (Doug) Willis, Dayton, IN and Amber (Ryan) Nolan, Attica; a nephew, Brian (Denise) VanHyfte, Williamsport. He was preceded in death by his sister, Cindy VanHyfte.
Friends may call at the Maus Funeral Home, Attica, on Sunday, January 17th, from 3:00 - 7:00 pm. Services will be held Monday, January 18th, at 11:00 am with Pastor Gary Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in the Riverside Cemetery, Attica. Memorial contributions may be made to the Paws ‘n Claws or Hoosier Hooves and Hounds Animal Shelters.
[probably the Lafayette Journal & Courier]
2016 OBITUARY: William Ray McIntosh, 77 of Paris, known to all his friends and family as Bill, was born to Estel and Mary McIntosh in Warren County, Indiana, on January 23, 1939. He passed away on February 26, 2016 at the Missouri Veteran’s Home in Mexico, MO. He grew up in the Judyville, IN area, working on the family farm with his father, Estel, and brother, Jim. In 1957, following high school, he joined the Army. Stationed in Bamberg, Germany, he enjoyed exploring Europe and traveled as much as he could while there.
After returning to Indiana, Bill married Nancy Johnson in 1963. They had three sons: Billy, Randy, and David Allen. They were married until 1998. A farmer at heart, Bill loved the land. In 1973 the family took a vacation to Arizona. On the way back, they stopped in Mid-Missouri and looked at some farmland. Later that year, he moved his family to the farm in Paris, Missouri. They raised crops and livestock. Later Bill began McIntosh Construction, contracting for other farmers excavating and tiling in the surrounding counties.
Bill raised his sons, teaching them to work the farm and work construction. Billy and David Allen both followed in Bill’s military footsteps; Bill and David joining the Air Force. Like his Dad, Billy was also stationed in Germany. Bill and Nancy visited Billy, and together they revisited Bill’s barracks and favorite places. Bill loved to travel and discover new places. It wasn’t unusual for him to say, “I’m taking a trip. I’ll be back in a couple weeks.” He might go watch NASCAR races or go to Cardinal Spring Training. When asked where he was going, he might say something like, “I think I’ll head southwest.” And off he’d go in his truck. Along the way, he never met a stranger. He made friends all over the country while on his journeys, and came back with many stories.
While he loved his adventures, he always wanted to get back to the farm. He liked nothing more than to sit on the porch and chat - preferably with a Cardinal’s game playing. Friends and neighbors would stop by to visit; or maybe to throw some steaks on the grill and have a cocktail. There were a lot of stories told on the porch in Paris, and a lot of laughs.
Around 2000, Bill began volunteering at the Missouri Veterans Home in Mexico a couple days a week, visiting with the veterans. He was known for bringing donuts and fudge – and for telling stories. Later in life Bill moved to the VA Home, where he passed away. Special thanks to the staff at Monroe Manor and Missouri Veterans Home for their excellent care of Bill, as well as all the friends who visited and helped out.
Bill is survived by his sons Billy (Jacquie), Randy (Terri), and David Allen (Jill); grandchildren Jerry (Samantha), Nikki, Garrett, and Grace; great-grandchildren Makenna and Peyton; siblings Jim and Norma; and many nieces and nephews. Bill was preceded in death by his brother Richard, mother Mary, and father Estel. Visitation will be at Agnew Funeral Home in Paris, MO, on Sunday, Feb. 28 from 3-5 pm. Graveside services will be held at Missouri State Veterans Cemetery, Jacksonville, MO, on Monday, Feb. 29 at 11 am, with Steve Smith officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Missouri Veterans Home in Mexico, MO.