Charity SCHOLL


Jun 1809 - ____

Father: Peter SCHOLL
Mother: Mary BOONE

                                         _Jacob SCHOLL _____
                 _William SCHOLL _______|
                |                       |_Jane MORGAN ______
 _Peter SCHOLL _|
|               |                        ___________________
|               |_Leah MORGAN __________|
|                                       |___________________
|--Charity SCHOLL 
|                                        _Squire BOONE _____+
|                _Edward "Neddy" BOONE _|
|               |                       |_Sarah MORGAN _____+
|_Mary BOONE ___|
                |                        _Joseph Bryan SR. _+
                |_Martha BRYAN _________|
                                        |_Hester ___________

[408] "The Boone Family; a Genealogical History"
Hazel Atterbury Spraker
Rutland, VT, 1922
(Reprinted, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 1974)
p137: "Charity Scholl, b. 1809; m. Hugh Michael. Res., Adair Co., Mo."

"The Jess M. Thompson Pike County History"
Thompson, Jess M.
Pittsfield, IL; Pike County Historical Society; 1967
Chapters 101-102:"Peter Scholl and Mary Boone had 14 children, namely, William, Martha, John,
Lydia Ann, Joseph, Dudley, Malinda, Jesse Bryan, Peter Morgan, Edward Boone, Dudley (the
second), Mary, Louisa and Charity Scholl. Of these 14 children, 13 grew to maturity. The first
Dudley died in infancy... Charity Scholl, born in Kentucky in June, 1809, was the last born of
the 14 children of Peter Scholl and Mary Boone. She married Hugh Mikel in Morgan (now Scott)
county in 1826, and they had 12 children. One child, Emily J., died near Winchester January 2,
1866 and is buried in Claywell cemetery. The family lived for many years in Adair county,
Missouri, and Charity is buried there. One of her sons, Samuel Mikel, married Preacher Jesse
Elledge's great granddaughter, the eldest daughter of James M. Scholl and Eliza Claywell, at
Newton, Kansas."

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