Ann Priscilla STILL, 18411915 (aged 73 years)

Name
Ann Priscilla /STILL/
Also known as
Ann Priscilla /GADDIS/
Birth
Baptism
Birth of a sister
Death of a sister
Note: William and Priscilla Still were the only married Still family living on Castle St in 1843. John Still's wife had died in 1838.

William and Priscilla Still were the only married Still family living on Castle St in 1843. John Still's wife had died in 1838.

London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 about Marriot Still

Marriot Still Burial 10 Aug 1843
Age: 1
Estimated Birth Year: 1842
Castle Street
Parish or Poor Law Union: St Andrew Holborn
Register Type: Parish Register

Birth of a sister
Note: From the birth records at St Andrews, Holborn. Mary Ann - born to William and Ann Priscilla Still of Castle Street. William is a Law Stationer. Baptized 4 May 1845 by J.D. Hare, LDD. No. 2534.
Death of a sister
Note: London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 about Mary Ann Still

London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 about Mary Ann Still

Mary Ann Still Burial 19 Oct 1845
Age: 1
Castle St Holborn
Register Type: Parish Register

Birth of a sister
Note: The census of 1851 states that Maria was born in Bath Somerset and the GRO record states that Maria Still was born Aug 24, 1846 in Bath. Her parents are listed and William is stated to be a Law Clerk. Since we have letters from William to Ann Priscilla in Bath, it is certain that this birth entry corresponds to our family. The family was listed as living in Ivy Cottage, Widcombe, Somerset, but the baptism certificate states that their abode was in Beechen Hill. Ivy Cottage and Beechen Hill are just across the little river from the main part of Bath.
Death of a father
Cause: Suicide by Drowning
Birth of a sister
1850 (aged 8 years)
Birth of a sister
June 1850 (aged 9 years)
Christening of a sister
Christening of a sister
Death of a paternal grandmother
Address: 7 Stoney St
Note: Death Certificate states she was widow of John Still, Coal Porter. Information provided by (her daughter) Elizabeth Olliver, 1 Edmund Place, Long Lane, Bermondsey.
Emigration
Census
Note: 1860 United States Federal Census For Priscilla Still

1860 United States Federal Census For Priscilla Still
Age: 18
Birth Year: abt 1842
Gender: Female
Birth Place: England
Home in 1860: Campbell, Warrick, Indiana
Post Office: Canal
Dwelling Number: 978
Family Number: 978
Household Members:
Name Age
Ann Colley 77
Priscilla Still 40 (48) (Ann Priscila Summers)
Priscilla Still 18 (Ann P Still)
William Still 20
Caroline Still 9

Marriage
Death of a maternal grandmother
Burial of a maternal grandmother
Birth of a son
Death of a son
Birth of a son
Note: 1870 census of Olney IL lists William as being born in Indiana his younger brothers are listed as being born in Illinois.
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a son
1872 (aged 30 years)
Death of a son
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a son
March 22, 1879 (aged 37 years)
Death of a mother
Burial of a mother
Death of a son
Birth of a son
Death of a sister
Marriage of a son
Marriage of a daughter
Marriage of a daughter
Marriage of a son
Note: There is a conflict with records in the courthouse. The records (online) have:

There is a conflict with records in the courthouse. The records (online) have:

Hodspeth, Artamassia 29 Gaddis, Robert 25 Jun 7 1899 D 89 McNeel

Burial of a sister
Note: From findagrave:

From findagrave:
Fanny Blish (Fanny Still)
BIRTH 10 Jun 1850
Greater London, England
DEATH 15 Nov 1899 (aged 49)
Armstrong, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, USA
BURIAL
Asbury-Wood Cemetery
Chandler, Warrick County, Indiana, USA

Event
50th Anniversary
1911 (aged 69 years)
Note: Newspaper article celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Newspaper article celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. John Gaddis on August 8th passed the fiftieth milestone that marks their journey of married life. They have been residents of this city the past fifteen years.
Mr. Gaddis was born at Gettysburg, Pa., March 26th, 1836. At an early age he served an apprenticeship in Cincinnati, Ohio, as a carpenter. He operated the first planing mill in Evansville Ind., during his early manhood.
Mrs. Gaddis' maiden name was Priscilla Still. She was born in London, England, May 31, 1841. She came to this country at the age of 16 years. The couple was married at Millersburg, Ind., Aug. 8, 1861.
Forty years ago Mr. Gaddis established a furniture factory in Olney, which he conducted for a time. He came to this city 39 years ago and established a hardwood saw mill. He sawed and donated the lumber used in constructing the present M. E. church building. Later he established a flour mill in connection with his saw mill on the site now occupied by the Fairfield ice plant. This mill was later burned. He went to Wayne City some 28 years ago and engaged in the saw milling business, and also established the flour mill there, later owned by Paul Hardy. He sawed and donated the hardwood lumber for the Wayne City Christian church. In 1896 he returned to Fairfield and built the flour mill now being operated by his son, B. N. Gaddis.
By a former marriage Mr. Gaddis had one daughter, Mrs. A. S. Jessop, of Xenia. This couple has been the parents of six children: William, Robert and Bert N., in this city; Charles Gaddis, at Mt. Sterling, Ill., Jacob Gaddis, of Weatherford, Okla., and Mrs. M. C. Morris, of Xenia, Ill. There are 24 grand-children. Several children have died.
The venerable couple live alone on Southern depot street in this city, and are enjoying fairly good health for people of their age.
The golden wedding day was celebrated in a quiet sort of way, the couple receiving the congratulation of relatives and such friends as had been advised of the affair. That they may live to celebrate many more wedding anniversaries, is the wish of their many friends in which the PRESS joins heartily.

Wayne County Illinois Press
August 17, 1911

Death of a husband
Death
Burial
Family with parents
father
18151849
Birth: January 7, 1815 32 36 London, England
Death: October 24, 1849Serpentine River, County Middlesex, London, England
mother
18121880
Birth: November 21, 1812 25 27 Guernsey, Channel Islands, England
Death: March 28, 1880Warrick Co., IN
Marriage MarriageJanuary 22, 1837St Andrew Church, St Andrew Parish, Holborn, City of London, County of Middlesex, England
1 month
elder sister
ElizaethStillDodd.jpg
18371885
Birth: February 26, 1837 22 24
Death: February 27, 1885Warrick Co., IN
2 years
elder brother
WillStillSoldier.jpg
18391918
Birth: July 3, 1839 24 26 St Andrew Parish, Holborn, City of London, County of Middlesex, England
Death: October 16, 1918Xenia, Wayne Co., IL
23 months
herself
AnnStillgaddis.jpg
18411915
Birth: May 29, 1841 26 28 Holborn, London, England
Death: May 21, 1915Fairfield, Wayne Co., Illinois
19 months
younger sister
18421843
Birth: 1842 26 29 Holborn, Middlesex, England
Death: August 10, 1843Holborn, Middlesex, England
4 years
younger sister
18451845
Birth: May 1845 30 32 Holborn, Middlesex, England
Death: October 19, 1845Holborn, Middlesex, England
16 months
younger sister
MariaStillFisher.jpg
18461930
Birth: August 24, 1846 31 33 Ivy Cottage, Widcombe, Somerset, England.
Death: 1930Spokane WA
4 years
younger sister
1850
Birth: 1850 34 37
6 months
younger sister
18501899
Birth: June 1850 35 37
Burial: November 1899Asbury-Wood Cemetery, Warrick, IN
Family with John GADDIS
husband
JGaddis.jpg
18361915
Birth: March 26, 1836 36 Indiana or Penn. or Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio
Death: May 12, 1915Fairfield, Wayne Co., Illinois
herself
AnnStillgaddis.jpg
18411915
Birth: May 29, 1841 26 28 Holborn, London, England
Death: May 21, 1915Fairfield, Wayne Co., Illinois
Marriage MarriageAugust 8, 1861Millersburg, Warwick Co., Indiana
1 year
son
18621863
Birth: July 1862 26 21 Warrick Co., IN
Death: November 3, 1863Warrick Co., IN
22 months
son
WmGaddis.jpg
18641947
Birth: April 12, 1864 28 22 Indiana
Death: April 9, 1947Bartlesville, Washington Co., OK
2 years
son
18661951
Birth: March 31, 1866 30 24 Wayne Co., ILL.
Death: October 3, 1951Weatherford, OK
3 years
son
1 year
daughter
PriscillaMaeGaddis.jpg
18701949
Birth: July 10, 1870 34 29 Olney, Richland Co., IL
Death: May 19, 1949Palestine, Illinois
3 years
son
18721873
Birth: 1872 35 30
Death: August 22, 1873Wayne Co. Illinois
3 years
son
18741937
Birth: August 20, 1874 38 33 Wayne City, Wayne Co., ILL.
Death: July 30, 1937Fairfield, Illinois
2 years
daughter
3 years
son
18791881
Birth: March 22, 1879 42 37
Death: August 29, 1881buried in Slocumb Cemetery in Fairfield IL
3 years
son
John GADDIS + Mandana WALTON
husband
JGaddis.jpg
18361915
Birth: March 26, 1836 36 Indiana or Penn. or Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio
Death: May 12, 1915Fairfield, Wayne Co., Illinois
husband’s wife
18371860
Birth: about 1837
Death: October 30, 1860Warwick Co., IN
Marriage MarriageApril 22, 1858Warrick Co
15 months
stepdaughter
18591939
Birth: July 8, 1859 23 22 Millersburg, Indiana
Death: April 17, 1939Mt Carmel IL
Birth
Emigration
Marriage
Name
Death
Burial
Census

1860 United States Federal Census For Priscilla Still
Age: 18
Birth Year: abt 1842
Gender: Female
Birth Place: England
Home in 1860: Campbell, Warrick, Indiana
Post Office: Canal
Dwelling Number: 978
Family Number: 978
Household Members:
Name Age
Ann Colley 77
Priscilla Still 40 (48) (Ann Priscila Summers)
Priscilla Still 18 (Ann P Still)
William Still 20
Caroline Still 9

Event

Newspaper article celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. John Gaddis on August 8th passed the fiftieth milestone that marks their journey of married life. They have been residents of this city the past fifteen years.
Mr. Gaddis was born at Gettysburg, Pa., March 26th, 1836. At an early age he served an apprenticeship in Cincinnati, Ohio, as a carpenter. He operated the first planing mill in Evansville Ind., during his early manhood.
Mrs. Gaddis' maiden name was Priscilla Still. She was born in London, England, May 31, 1841. She came to this country at the age of 16 years. The couple was married at Millersburg, Ind., Aug. 8, 1861.
Forty years ago Mr. Gaddis established a furniture factory in Olney, which he conducted for a time. He came to this city 39 years ago and established a hardwood saw mill. He sawed and donated the lumber used in constructing the present M. E. church building. Later he established a flour mill in connection with his saw mill on the site now occupied by the Fairfield ice plant. This mill was later burned. He went to Wayne City some 28 years ago and engaged in the saw milling business, and also established the flour mill there, later owned by Paul Hardy. He sawed and donated the hardwood lumber for the Wayne City Christian church. In 1896 he returned to Fairfield and built the flour mill now being operated by his son, B. N. Gaddis.
By a former marriage Mr. Gaddis had one daughter, Mrs. A. S. Jessop, of Xenia. This couple has been the parents of six children: William, Robert and Bert N., in this city; Charles Gaddis, at Mt. Sterling, Ill., Jacob Gaddis, of Weatherford, Okla., and Mrs. M. C. Morris, of Xenia, Ill. There are 24 grand-children. Several children have died.
The venerable couple live alone on Southern depot street in this city, and are enjoying fairly good health for people of their age.
The golden wedding day was celebrated in a quiet sort of way, the couple receiving the congratulation of relatives and such friends as had been advised of the affair. That they may live to celebrate many more wedding anniversaries, is the wish of their many friends in which the PRESS joins heartily.

Wayne County Illinois Press
August 17, 1911

Media object

Original tintype given to Sibley Gaddis by D Cooksey; now in possession of Virginia Gaddis

Shared note

NOTES from Bea McDANIEL Norred 2000:
"Ann Priscilla STILL Gaddis was of the Church of England. Buried at Maple Hill Cemetery. Her mother and 6 children came from England and settled in Warrick Co., Indiana. "

Birth
Marriage
Death
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AnnStillgaddis.jpg
AnnStillgaddis.jpg
Note: Original tintype given to Sibley Gaddis by D Cooksey; now in possession of Virginia Gaddis
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AnnSTILL.jpg
AnnSTILL.jpg
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John Gaddis & Wife, Ann Priscilla STILL Gaddis
John Gaddis & Wife, Ann Priscilla STILL Gaddis
Note: Photo shared by wnh181 on ancestry.com.