Amanuensis Monday, hosted by John Newmark at Transylvanian Dutch.
*************************The original of this document contains information about living people which I have removed. I prefer to transcribe items as I find them but in this case I felt the need to correct certain items and have therefor taken the liberty of making corrections which appear [in brackets].
Because this was transcribed line by line the word wrap may make it difficult to read online. Also due to online formatting I have replaced ditto marks with the word they indicated.
I would be happy to share the original with other descendants. This is Part 2 of 3.
Family History, typed by Tamerson Carlisle Binns and sent to her niece, Vivian Carlisle LaValle, with a letter dated Oct. 13, 1960.
Public Service of Hannah L. Carlisle.
On the outbreak of the War of the Rebellion (Civil War) Daniel Carlisle was not
able to enter the military service of the coountry on account of disabliity
from poor health and old age. His wife Hannah L. Carlisle who was intensely
patriotic felt it her duty to take his place. Accordingly she volunteered as a
nurse and left her home Nov. 14, 1861 for St. Louis where she was assigned to
Post Hospital No. 1 at Columbus, Ky. Just before this she had charge of a Hos-
pital Boat for a few weeks and as the boat was leaky she worked in water to her
knees for 10 days or more. She remained at Post Hospital at Columbus until the
close of the War except for two months when she was stationed at the hospital
at Paducah, Ky. Her daughter Arabelle was with her at Columbus for about two
years and was in the hospital with her mother when the Confederates bombarded
the City, her mother having refused to leave the sick and wounded in her charge,
when advised to leave on account of the danger of capture by the Confederates.
After the close of the War Hannah entered the Freedman's Department of Superin-
tendents & Teachers & served in this capacity until July 3, 1886. As she re-
ceived a Nurse's pension in later years her recird of service can readily
be found in the Archives of the Pension Dept. at Wash. D.C.
More history of Daniel Carlisle and Louisa Lambert Glover family.
4. Tamerson Zipporah Carlisle married Dr, James L. Evans. They had
1. John Comstock Evans who was a teacher in every state of the union. He taught
in colleges and was at the head of some, also published several books. He
married Margaret Louise Robinson and had Carlisle Evans who married
[Living] [two generations were mixed here. I think Carlisle Evans married Marian Logan] and they have [Living].[A generation was skipped. I have information on the next two generations, all living as far as I know.]
Tamerson & John Evans also had Grace C. who married Fred Herron and they had
Forrest, Paul and Marie. They lost a son Frank when a baby. [I believe there was also a daughter, Esther.]
5. Another child of Daniel & Louisa Carlisle was Mary Elizabeth who married
Werter D. Rynearson & they had 2 children;
1. Arlyn Carlisle who married Nola Myrtle Walton and they had 2 children;
1. Fern Maretta born 1900 never mentally right.
2. Daisy Arabelle who married Leslie Ingamells. Daisy born 1904.
2. Hallie Arabelle Rynearson married to Lawrence Kessinger who died 1958.
3. Orphas Clifton Rynearson married to Ruth Turner.
6. Isaac Ashely Carlisle (son of Daniel & Louisa) married Sarah Ann Camfield
and had Francis Ashley, Daniel M., and Tamerson Louisa.
See page 1 for Frank's history.
You surely know your family history.
Tamerson C. Binns Married Hary Phineas Binns. 2 children;
1. Mildred Marianna Binns. 1910-1922.
2. Clem Carlisle Binns. 1912. Married Pauline Hartsell and had
[The rest of the Binn's information has been omitted for privacy.]
Binns, Tamerson Carlisle. (Buchanan, Michigan) to “Dear Vivian” [Vivian Carlisle LaValle]. Letter.13 October 1960. Digital Image 3 of 4. Privately held by Apple, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Orlando, Florida. 2011.
[Carlisle Family, Box #1, Genealogical Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. 2008.]