Author Archives: Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: Rev. John Allan born April 21, 1788 – photograph

Happy Birthday! REV. JOHN ALLAN BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1788-1843) By Lavone Johnson Anglen Reverend John Allan wrote an autobiography of his life which was found at the Huntsville Library, Madison Co. Alabama. The autobiography was a hand written copy. Volume … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: James McCartney born November 6, 1783

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! JAMES MCCARTNEY BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1783-1831) Madison County, Alabama By Lavone Johnson Anglen James McCartney was born November 6, 1783. James was named as executor of his father, Charles will. James did not inherit anything from his father, … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: James Allan Boyd born June 28, 1826 – photographs

Happy Birthday! JAMES ALLAN BOYD BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1826-1920) by Lavone Johnson Anglen James Allan Boyd and Mary Deane Forsey were married at the age of 22 and 16 years of age on November 11, 1848. They must have been … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: Louis Weiss Wyeth born June 20, 1812 – photograph

Happy birthday! LOUIS WEISS WYETH BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1812-1889) By Lavone Johnson Anglen Louis Wyeth was a County Judge of Marshall County. He received a land grant which included Marshall County and parts of Madison and Etowah Counties. The Judge … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: Richard Forsey born October 1, 1795 – photograph

Happy Birthday! RICHARD FORSEY BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1795-1855) Madison County, Alabama by Lavone Johnson Anglen Richard Forsey was born October 01, 1795 in Somerset, England, Chard near Taunton. His parents were Richard Forsey and Mary Deane. He died November 7, … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.

Biography: Thomas Stewart born 1772

THOMAS STEWART BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY (1772-1847) Madison County, Alabama By Lavone Johnson Anglen From the US Census 1880 of Thomas Stewart’s son, William we discovered Thomas Stewart was born in Delaware. He was of Scottish descent. We have not really … Read More

About Lavone Johnson Anglen

Lavone Johnson Anglen has written a book “University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas Records –Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Ministers 1919-2009”. Mrs. Anglen is an experienced genealogist who was motivated to capture the University’s historical records for the benefit of other genealogists, as well as for the enjoyment of University members. Unable to find information on an ancestor, she realized that the records of University Church hold a wealth of genealogical information. The records were in two separate books, not in alphabetical order and they were handwritten. Heritage Books agreed to publish her book and it is still for sale. The book contains over 1,436 members. At the present time, the church is experiencing only about sixteen to twenty members who come to church and it is in serious need of repair. Mrs. Anglen is a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVll Century, Daughter of American Colonists, Daughter of the American Revolution. Daughter of War of 1812, National Society of Dames of the Court of Honor, Daughter of Union Veterans, Continental Society of Daughters of Indian Wars, Northland Genealogy Society (Missouri), Platte County Historical Society. She is also a Lady-in-Waiting for Daughters of Holland Dames. Mrs. Anglen has compiled twenty-three books on her surnames and served five years as editor of The Rivers Bend, a newsletter for the Northland Genealogy Society of North Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Anglen is married to Paul Gene Anglen. They live in Kansas City, Missouri, with Roscoe, their long-haired domestic tabby.