Monday, January 30, 2017

Timeline for Arizona Historical Romances-- O'Brian and Taggert families

Some of these people are ancestors of the Hemstreet witches, a contemporary paranormal romance series


    1833    Charles Prevo



1840          Jeremiah Taggert b. Kansas; James Redman b. Iowa; Rose Jarred b. Missouri

1841          Victor Hemstreet b. San Francisco

1842          Roman Alexander Oliver b. Kansas

1843          Lars Ericson b. Wisconsin

1844          Raul Cordova b. Mexico; Valerie Simpson b. Kansas

1845          Robert Mitchell b. New York; Frederica Jamison b. Boston

1846         

1847          Delbert Sicilla b. West Virginia
1848          Wei Song b. Weaverville California; US wins Mexico War
1849          Maria Jacinta b. Mexico; Apache wars begin 'officially'
1850          Constance Banyon b. Maryland
1851          Eleanor Samuels b. San Francisco
1852          Samuel Ryker (O’Brian) b. Kansas
1853          Laura Ericson b. Wisconsin
1854          Cordell O’Brian b. Kansas
1855          ---
1856          ---
1857          James Redman m. Rose Jarrod Missouri; Clint Adams b. Nebraska
1858          Abigail Spenser b. Illinois
1859          --
1860            
1861         Vincent Taggert b. KS; Frances Johnson b. KS; Priscilla Wesley b. 
           Georgia; Civil War begins.
1862          Cochise and his band attack soldiers beginning Apache war
1863          Ellen Buchanan b. Texas; Territory of Arizona created by Congress
1864         Kit Carson captures 7000 Navajo forces them from Arizona
1865          Civil War ends
1866          Asa Taggert b. Utah; Rafael Cordova b. Mexico
1867          Cole Taggert b. Utah
1868          Jesse Taggert b. Utah; Connie m. Delbert Sicilla
1869          Juan Cordova b. Mexico m. Josita
1870          Raquel Cordova b. Mexico d. 1870
1871          Laura Ericson m. James Ferris Tucson, Arizona
1872          James Angus b. Illinois –
1873          Eleanor Samuels m. Victor Hemstreet; Jason Ferris b. Tucson
1874          Felipe Valencia b. Arizona
1875          Clint Madison b. Illinois; Nathan Hemstreet b. San Francisco
1876          Gabriel Cordova b. AZ; Holly Jacobs b. Ill; Wilhelmina Butler b. SF
1877          Grace O’Brian b. Kansas; Catherine Lawrence b. Boston
1878          Anita Cordova b. Arizona; James Ferris b. Tucson
1879          Alexa Johnson (Oliver) b. Kansas; Lily Jacobs b. Illinois
1880          Wei Zian b. Arizona
1881    Railroad crosses Arizona; OK Corral gunfight in Tombstone
1882    US government bans Chinese immigration for 10 years 
1884          David Ryker b. Circle R Ranch
1885    Geronimo leaves reservation
1886          major earthquake in Mexico damages Tucson; Geronimo captured
1887          Alice Ryker b. Circle R Ranch
1888          Jesse O’Brian b. Circle O Ranch; Raquel Valencia b. Tucson
1889          Daniel Cordova b. Circle O Ranch Jan.
1890          Ellen m. Robert Mitchell; Jose Valencia b. Tucson
1891          Alicia O’Brian b. August Circle O
1892          Roberto Cordova b. December Tucson
1893         Royce Johnson (Oliver) b. Kansas
1894          Will Tremaine publishes first dime novel
1895          James Redman dies Feb. Tucson; James O’Brian b. Circle O
1896          Valerie Taggert dies; Yaqui Uprising in Mexico and Arizona
1897          Spanish American War begins; Margarita Valencia b. Tucson
1898          Victor Hemstreet dies in SF
1899          Donovan Cordova b. November Tucson
1903          Tyler Taggert b Tucson; Joshua Taggert b. Tucson
1905          Samuel Butler dies SF; Ruth Taggert & Lucinda Tagggert. b.Tucson

1907          Josiah Hemstreet b. Tucson
1908          Redland Hemstreet b. Tucson

    1912    Arizona becomes a state-- last of the contiguous states to do so



 

2 comments:

Tabor said...

Oh my...this is tremendous. Such detail and such work. You do love writing.

Rain Trueax said...

It evolves. It's more work to not do a timeline because then with each book you need to remember (or I used to have it on little slips of paper, which were stacked and hard to find what I needed). This can rest on my desktop and be easy to access when I am trying to remember how old someone must be in a new book.