Generation No. 1
OWL BLANCHARD was born in North Carolina. He was full blood Cherokee. He married UNKNOWN.
Children of WISE OWL
BLANCHARD and UNKNOWN WIFE are:
1. Mary J. Blanchard b. abt. 1855 m. F.M. KELLEY, July
03, 1875 in Carter
(Notes on Francis Marion Kelley~~He was the son of
Andrew Jackson Kelley who is buried in
in Van Buren Missouri Carter county)
2. Emily C. Blanchard b. abt. 1858 d. 1941 Seymour,
m. David Marion Berry b. 1858 d. 1914
They were married June 21, 1881 in Ripley county, MO
BLANCHARD, b. abt. 1860; m. Andrew J. WOODWARD,
April 14, 1889, Carter county, Missouri.
3. Henry WISE
BLANCHARD, b. 1863; d. 1942, Carter county,
Generation No. 2
HENRY WISE BLANCHARD (WISE1) was born 1863, and
died in 1942 carter county, Missouri. He married
PAYNE August 05, 1883 in Doniphan,
Ripley county, Missouri, daughter of MELVIN
MICAJAH PAYNE AND SARAH ELLEN
1910 Census--Carter county, Missouri
#71 Blanchard, Henry W. 46 Head b. U.S. fb NC mb
Delitha 41 b. Ar fb MO mb AL
Sarah E. 18 b. MO
Missouri A. 16 b. MO
Nellie 13 b. MO
Noble 11 b.
Pollie (Pauline) 7 b. MO
CHILDREN OF HENRY BLANCHARD & DELITHA (PAYNE) are:
Parlee b. May 1884 Leeper, Mo. Carter county
d. 1966 (My Grandmother)m. John A. Pittman
Melvin H. (Bud)
b. November 1886 d. ?
Sarah Ellen Blanchard b. January 23, 1889, Carter
county, MO d. Dec. 15, 1970 Carter co. MO
Missouri A. Blanchard b. 1894 d.? m. John Thomas
Nellie b. 1897 d. ? m. Claude William Hicks
William Noble b. August 1, 1898 d. Aug. 30,
Pauline (Pollie) b. Nov. 22, 1904 d. Dec. 9,
Infant Blanchard b. 1907 d. June 6, 1907 Ripley
|Henry Wise Blanchard & Family
Doshie Parlee (Blanchard) Pittman the daughter of Henry Wise & Delitha (Payne) Blanchard. She married John Andrew Pittman
John Andrew Pittman the son of Andrew Jackson Pittman and Francis (Nunelly) Pittman. The husband of Doshie Parlee (Blanchard)
John was a tour guide on the Current River in Missouri. He loved the river. That must be where I get my love of the river.
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