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sarah (?) 1807 pennsylvania Amos Heaton ? ? ? ? One of Amos and Sarah Heaton's children was Amanda Jane Heaton.
The Heaton's were found in Ohio in the 1860's census. firstname.lastname@example.org family geneology research
virginia reynolds 3 24 1922 reynolds county missouri or southern illinois 8 3 1969 email@example.com
William Binion 1763 "Buckingham County, VA" Jane Burton 1784 "Caswell County, NC" 1842 "Tuscaloosa, AL" "Revolutionary War Veteran buried in Alabama. Various will and land records. Obituary published in the Alabama newspaper ""Flag of The Union"" in May, 1842." firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph Oglesby 1799 "Surry County, NC" unknown abt 1820 "Bedford County, TN" aft 1874 "Fayette County, IL " "Joseph and wife? and seven children to Fayette County, IL about 1839, from Bedford County, TN, where all their childrn,except last son, was born. They farmed and were poor, in comparison to Joseph's older brother Archibald.
James,(1821 -?),lived and worked with his father. Hannah(1823-1875, m1WDycus/2Woolam),
Catherine(1827-? m1Usery/ 2Phelps),
William W.(1828-1881 m.Mary Dycus
Martha (1833-?,m J.Gerrard),
Emma (1834-1894 m.S.Cates)
Sarah (1838-1890 m.J. Wicker),and
Wesley Oglesby b1844-5 d1885 IL, m 1869 1Sarrah Gensler,
m 1874 2 Nancy Cates, Fayette,County,IL
Wesley a Civil War (3yrs) Vetern of Vandalia, IL.
Wesley and Sarrah's son, John Wesley, married twice, and in 1915 moved by train,with 2nd wife Katie and 2 sons, Charles
(17yrs,son m1Flora Green(1877-1904)), and Delbert(4yrs) to homestead at West Fork, Daniels (part of Valley) County, Montana.
Joseph's older brother Archibald (1874-187-) and Elizabeth Oglesby and ten children also, moved to Fayette County, from TN the same time. " email@example.com "Family oral history, Census records, Fayette, Facts, Gelsinger Friend Geneology C.Gustafson, Library &Court Records, Vandalia, IL"
Alexander Hannah circa 1728 Connecticut Mary Calhoun Connecticut 1812 firstname.lastname@example.org
John Davis @1685 England/Wales or Virginia Colony Elizabeth @1707 Virginia unknown unknown email@example.com Ruth G. Ritter
Joseph Davis @1717 Virginia Colony or Wales Elizabeth @1732 unknown @1757 "Orange County, Old Virginia" firstname.lastname@example.org
"Jonathan ""John""" @1730 Wales(?) Miss Lucy Gibbs @1756 Old Virginia March 1 or 3 1817 "Wilkes County, Georgia" Revolutionary War Patriot. email@example.com
Reverand William Davis Sr Jan 7 1765 "Orange County, Old Virginia" Nancy Easton (Eastin) Feb 5 1789 "Orange County, Old Virginia" October 31 1831 "Elbert County, Georgia" "First Baptist minister in this line of the Davis family. he was from an Episcopalian family and became a member of the ""Church of the Holy Light"" (later known as Baptist) at the age of 12. By the end of his 13th year he had converted his entire family; parents, brothers and sisters; to the Baptist faith.
At the age of 16 he joined the Colonial Forces under the direct command of General Marquis de Lafayette, and fought with colonial troops until the end of the war. About 6-7 months before the surrender of British Troops, William was seriously wounded in the head and went several days without food and little water. William and his friends who fought with him, stated that the General Lafayette heard of the young mans plight and sent for William. The General himself, tended to William's wound. William was at the surrender at Yorktown.
William became an ordained minister at the age of 21 and was a minister of the faith until the day of his death in 1831. William preached at non-denominatial meetings throughout his career, including Methodist, Friends, and even Episcopalian.
In his later years he suffered greatly from 'dropsy' (a collection of water or blood in the body. Also known as defluxion, possibly DVT syndrome).
His last illness came while he was in Elbert County, Georgia attending a Methodist meeting.
Of his nine children four of his sons became ministers or deacons of the church and three of his sons-in-law were ministers or deacons. His wife Nancy Easton Davis was to become a professor of the Baptist faith after William's death." firstname.lastname@example.org "William Davis' will and personal diary. Revolutionary War Records, DAR Records"
Louis Sipes 1854 Virgina 1889 Colorado 1912 Idaho
rigina phalanges 2/5/1990 new york city
anthony reyes "july 13, 1777" delaware "april 18, " delaware "july 3, " delaware
joseph smith 1712 "london, england" marie fontaine 8th of may 1748 St Pierre- Reunion I cannot find anything about his parents:Edward Smith and Mary Jousse probably from London.
eugene a.miles 1842 maine cecilia lincoln
John Castorer or de Castorer "July 16, 1748" "New London, CT" Anna Calkins 1779 1835 "Ellisburg, NY" "Enlisted as a private in the Revolutionary War from Spencertown, New Columbia Co.,NY under Captian Barritt. Enlisted in May 1778 as Orderly Sargent under Capt. Hatch, Col. Alden. Commishioned as Ensign in summer of 1779 under Capt. Hatch, Col. McVistry and Col. Hageboon(sp?). After the war moved to Redfield, NY and later to Ellisburg, NY. He was an educated man and reputed as a poet and musician. " Family Geneology Record.
christoper coats 1788
ELIAS BRUMEGIN: AKA: ELIAS ELIAH BROMAGEM JULY 1757 MARTHA 1870 "GREENE COUNTY, OHIO " "BROMAGEM AND BROMAGEN IS THE SURNAME FAMILY USES TODAY OF THE YEAR 2003. ELIAS ELIAH BROMAGEM SETTLED IN GREENE COUNTY, OHIO ABOUT 1803. HE CAME FROM BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. BEFORE THAT HE RESIDED IN MONONGALIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. LISTED IN 1790 CENSUS AND AS A REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER OF VIRGINIA, MONONGALIA COUNTY. UNDER CAPTAIN DAVID SCOTTS IN PAYROLL ROLLS PG. #38 UNDER PITTSBURG PAYROLLS 1775. ELIAS B.BROMAGEM THE SON OF THE OLD SOLDIER WAS IN PORTLAND, JAY COUNTY, INDIANA ABOUT 1850-1862. HE IS WRITTEN IN THE JAY COUNTY HISTORY BECAUSE HE WAS INVOLVED IN A SHOOT OUT. A MAN SHOT AT HIM AND HIS SON WILLIAM BROMAGEM SHOT AND KILLED THE MAN. IN ABOUT 1862. THEN THE FAMILY MOVED TO HILL GROVE,DARKE COUNTY,OHIO AND ELIAS B. BROMAGEM DIED THERE IN 1870. ELIAS ELIAH BROMAGEM HAD SIX SONS WHO SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR. " MOLENPWR@AOL.COM "FAMILY BIBLE, REV. WAR RECORDS, MONONGALIA COUNTY , VIRGINIA 1790 CENSUS. THE GREENE COUNTY, OHIO HISTORY. THE GRAVESITE HILL GROVE, OHIO. THE GRAVE SITE CEDARVILLE, GREENE COUNTY, OHIO. JAY COUNTY HISTORY, PORTLAND, INDIANA."
JARIS BRUMEGIN: AKA: JAMES JARVIS BROMAGEM MOLENPWR@AOL.COM "VIRGINIA 1790 CENSUS. BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY RECORDS."
JARIS BRUMEGIN: AKA: JAMES JARVIS BROMAGEM JARVIS BRUMEGIN MAY BE A BROTHER TO ELIAS ELIAH BRUMEGIN. BOTH SERVIED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. BOTH RESIDED IN MONONGALIA COUNTY VIRGINIA. BOTH MOVED TO BOURBON COUNTY KENTUCKY ABOUT 1790-1800. MOLENPWR@AOL.COM "VIRGINIA 1790 CENSUS. BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY RECORDS."
francis beard 1788-1848 He served with Francis Oat (Ott) in the 3rd Militia District 1788-89 email@example.com "World Family Tree Vol. 9, Ed.1"
John Mesnard I "bapt : February 15, 1715/16 @ the French Church" New York City Ann Bradt 29 Sept 1738 Dutch Church (middle) of New York City Aft 1776 Greenwich "He claimed losses during the R-War so he was alive then. This marriage produced a John II another produced Thomas. There are no church records for any Mesnard activity while they lived in Greenwich. They most likely belonged to the 2nd Cong church. They lived at the bottom of that hill and most likely had a mill on the north side of Rt 1 up stream of the current mill ponds. Thomas may have married one of Zeb Meads daughters. I guess this from a probate record where Thomas I assme is dead and a boy opted to live with his older brother. The first and 2nd names of the two boys would suggest a Mead and Lockheart marriage. Zeb was married to a Lockheart and had several daughters not accounted for. I have much more info on John II since there are family records. John II married the nextdoor neighbor Mary Knapp, dau of Timothy, son of Isreal. Timothy was thrown into Simsbury Copper mine for betraying his father and Gen Putnam at Knapps Tavern during the R-War. Putnam barely escaped the trap by his historic ride down a stepped cliff." Primary research
Richard Higgins 1Aug1603 "Langley Parish, England" Mary Snow-Yates 10 Oct 1651 "Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., Ma" 21 June 1675 "Piscataway, New Jersey"
Andrew Clements aka Anders or Andreas Clementsson unknown abt 1638 "probably in Sunne parish, Varmland, Sweden" (1) unknown (2) Ingeborg (1)unknown (2) c. 1673 "(1)unknown (2)likely Cecil County, MD" "by 11 October, 1687" "Cecil County, Maryland" "Probably son of Clement Joransson, a Finn from Sunne parish, Varmland, Sweden, who was convicted of forest burning and sent to New Sweden, Delaware as punishment in 1641. The son, Anders Clementsson, was listed as arriving aboard the ship, The Orn (Eagle), arriving in New Sweden in May 1654 where he served as a soldier at Fort Christina. The ship had sailed from Gothenborg, Sweden in February of that year. After New Sweden was captured by the Dutch, some of the Swedish Finns went south to settle in Maryland. In 1661 he first went to Maryland with wife and son Clement, where on the 29 July, 1661 he was granted denization by Maryland. In 1663 he returned to Maryland with wife,and sons Clement & Andreas. On July 29, 1662, a 400 acre tract of land on the south side of the Elk River had been surveyed for Andrew Clemerson. This plantation was called ""Clementson"". Andrew Clements was naturalized by Maryland on June 6, 1674. He was described as a Swede, formerly of New Amstel (in Delaware). He married Ingeborg c. 1673 and had 8 sons total, 5 by her. The children were baptized at St. Stephens parish church in Cecil County, MD. His will was proven Oct 11, 1687 in Cecil County, Maryland." firstname.lastname@example.org Winifred Clements Begin
Benjamin Rush "December 24, 1745" "Philadelphia, PA" Julia Stockton "January 2, 1776" "Philadelphia, PA" "April 19, 1813" "Philadelphia, PA" I believe my maternal grandmother was named Dela Mae Rush. RTA2519123@aol.com findagrave.com
marian elizabeth madden 3-Aug-33 maddensville pa francis paul crum "december 24,1950" maddensville
Amasa Russ 19 June 1760 "Cantebury, Windham, Connecticut" Phebe Jennings 23 July 1828 "Waitsfield, Washington, Vermont" email@example.com
Dan Pond "May 4, 1751" Connecticut Esther Hurd 1774 "February 7, 1838" Shoreham Vermont "While residing in Woodbury, Connecticut, Dan Pond enlisted in June, 1776, served as 1 Sergeant in Captain Hurd's Company. (Wifes Father) Colonel Gold Selleck Sillimans Connecticut Regiment. He was in the retreat from New York, and the battle of Harlem and served six months." firstname.lastname@example.org Copy of letter from Pension Bureau. Veterans Administration dated 1/24/1936
Michael McKiernan 1716 "County Leitrim, Ireland" Frances Connellan before 1736 "County Leitrim, Ireland" 1800 Maryland To Maryland in 1773. Signed oath of allegiance in 1776. email@example.com Family records
Isaac Wilkes 1740 Frederick Va. Tabitha Branch 1765 Cumberland Co. Pa. 1800 Lumberton N.C.
Thomas Cooper About 1705 Mary Unknown c.1730 1785 "present-day Clarke County, VA" " Thomas Cooper was living off the South Fork of the Potomac River in 1753 when Indians attacked his cabin and took an eleven year old son captive. He moved his family eastward to the east side of the Shenandoah River on the western slopes of the Blue Ridge. His widow was named Mary. He had children named George, Job, Joel, William, Thomas, Hannah, and Elizabeth. " firstname.lastname@example.org will of Thomas Cooper; George Washington diary
Orange T. Ballard 24 May 1813 "Tinmouth, Vermont" Sylvia "He was in 1850 East Aurora, New York Census. He was also in the 1860 Whiteside county Census Lived in Prophetstown.
Buried at Riverside Cemetary in Prophetstown,IL"
Frantz Welchel 1700 Germany Anne Stockton "PA, VA" 1796 South Carolina
George Parson/s ? Maryland ? ? ? 1800 Indiana
Jeremiah Wilcox 20 Sep 1715 "Middletown, CT" Mary Stowe 29 Apr 1736 "Middletown, CT" 8 Dec 1760 "Middletown, CT" "Jeremiah Wilcox and Mary Stowe were my 5th great-grandparents through my paternal line. Jeremiah Wilcox was born to Samuel Wilcox, Jr. and Hester Bushnell. Mary Stowe was born to Thomas Stowe and Martha White. Form what I have been able to find, Jeremiah and Mary had 12 children and each lived fairly long lives." NandRGay@aol.com Family records and Family Search.org
william higdon 1735 "charles county, Maryland" ? 1790
thomas otis morgan 3/18/1823 "niagra county, new york" susan h. whaley 1890 "centralia, wa" email@example.com
henry j. mc guire 1775 "tyrone county, ireland" elisabeth currin 7/1844 "wayne county, ohio" firstname.lastname@example.org
johannes bingaman 1754 germany pennsylvania
James Kilgore Aproximately 1701 Ireland (?) Elizabeth Jack/Elizabeth Baskin? Cumberland County PA 1771 "Newton, Cumberland Co PA" "Brothers James, Charles and Samuel Kilgore settled in Cumberland County PA in 1734. Earlier details not known. James had the following children: Hugh, Benjamin, Joseph, Patrick, David, Mary Boreland, Oliver, Ezekiel, John, Jonathan, William, Jesse, Robert, all born Cumberland Co PA. Interested in Hugh Kilgore. His widow was Jane Douglass, possibly he had 2 prior marriages, i.e., un-named Forbes, and Jean McClure. Children born to early wife: Rebecca Cummins, Elizabeth Kelly, David Kilgore who m. Margaret Beard. To Jane Douglass Kilgore: Margaret, Mary, James, Jane. Have lots of data for Three Brothers and families. Will exchange. " email@example.com Extensive research
Isaac Keys/Kees B. 1787 PA Anna Mary Lewis Unk PA 1833 "Believe the following children were all born in PA; Daniel Keys; Isaac Keys, Jr.; Elizabeth Keys m. Otho West; Sarah Keys; Delilah Deys; Hester Keys; Nancy Keys m. George Wise; Maria Keys m. Eaton Huss; John Keys m Hannah McClelland. I'm specifically interested in information on Danels Keys and Hester Keys. Thanks. Kitty Henley" firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry Simmonds (or Simmons or Simons) Martha Clarke 1688 "Kent, Maryland" "Was married more than once. Had son, Richard Simmonds, and sister, Frances Simons. " Jcongalady@aol.com
Aron/Aaron Knap(p) abt 1618 England Elizabeth England June 1674 "Taunton, Bristol, MA" "Aaron KNAPP was born about 1612 in England. He died Jun 1674 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts. Aaron married Elizabeth UNKNOWN before 1644.
Aaron Knap(p) was possibly from Yorkshire England. His ancestry is unknown, but he most likely arrived in America about 1638. Aaron was able to bear arms in 1643 for which he received an allottment of land at Taunton, Massachusetts where he then lived.
Aaron took the Oath of Fidelity in 1657. He was made Freeman Jun 7, 1659. He was on the jury to investigate the death of James Wyatt, Jul 5, 1664 and was one of thirteen persons to view the body of Thomas Bradley, found dead on the highway on July 24, 1653. A History of Taunton, Massachusetts by Samuel Hopkins Emory, D.D. published in 1898 states that Aaron was in the 1st Train Band at Plymouth in 1622, but this is not likely, since he and his son Aaron were listed with the ""Second Plymouth Colony"" of 1638.
Aaron received his division of land Dec 28, 1659 - ""Aaron Knap, pounds 0, shillings 7, pence 9, 2 heads 32 acres."" These lands had been previously granted by the Court, June 6, 1659, to those to whom the North Purchase had been granted. A deed was appointed to be recorded, dated Aug 27, 1666, between Aaron Knapp, of Taunton, and John Eedey, of Plymouth. In Aug.1689 Aaron's name appears in the Confirmation Grant of William Bradford, either as a Proprietor of Taunton, Cohannet, or its Northern Purchase, Assonet Neck.
Aaron Knap was a Constable in 1673 (See Boston Transcript, Dec 1, 1932 for Cobb-Knapp-Hoskins records
" http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/n/a/Vincent-E-Knapp/index.html?Welcome=1070993548 email@example.com "Aaron Knapp of Taunton, Mass. in 1638 and some of his descendants., 1961 Revision. by Alfred Averill Knapp, MD."
Lydia Howland 1633 Swansea Bristol Mass James Brown 1654 Lydia is th 5th child of John Howland. I am searching for Ruth Sawyer a grandaughter of Lydia or one of the other children of John Howland of the Mayflower.
My name is Margaret Burnett email firstname.lastname@example.org
William Crowson 1740-1750 "Johnston County, North Carolina" Mary Thomas 1769 "Jones County, NC" "Sept 5, 1814" "Pulaski, Giles County, Tn" email@example.com
William Sims 7 May 1757 "Hanover County, Virginia" Judith Cross Sims 16 Aug 1773 "Hanover County, Virginia" 12 MAr 1812 "Maury County, Tennessee" firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Taylor ? "James City County, Va" Dianah Allen Tabb 1786 "James City County, Va" Dec. 1787 "James City County, Va" "Richard Taylor joined the Continental Army in 1776 and received his commission of Ensign. 1777 received his Lt. and 1780 his Captain. 6th Va Continental Line, participating in campaigns in N.J., against the English in Philadelphia and in Yorktown. Richard Taylor left the army after 7 years service in 1783. Received his Lt. land grant allowance and Captain allowance, going to Mary Taylor, daughter in Nansemond County. Mary Taylor married Miles Riddick. All data on Library of Va Archive website." email@example.com Library of Va Archives
James P Graham 1728 Chester County Pa Mary Elizabeth McCallow July 23 1752 Swedes Church Philadelph Pa April 13 1778 Chester County Pa "National Archives Washington Dc
1827 Pennsylvania Archives notation James Graham acceptedpension as a private. VERIFICATION
OF WAR SERVICE.
~ LAND WARRENT 26190-160-55
~ Military Record:W1168-BWT 26190-16055 Rev. War. @S48@@S40@@S39@@S84@
18oo Territorial Census. 1801 James Grahams eldest daughtermarries Israel Bobo in
Washington County Ohio.1802 RatifiedState Constitution, 1802 Elizabeth Riplys last
child is born.1803 State Census, Listed on 1803 and 1805 Tax List as aFreeman. 1805
Statehood. Early Ohio Tax List Eshter Powell areused as 1810 Census substitute,
1816 Tax and Proprieters List1816 James Graham remarries to Elizabeth Lasley Black
GalliaCounty Ohio. 1820-First Settlers in Alexander twsp. WilliamGraham, burd, Wilksville
Cemetery. Many Grahams are bur'd atMartin Cemetery near Albany, Ohio and are descendents
of Williamand Nancy Cassell Graham.
Gabriel Graham, James Graham are ,mentioned in the History ofAthens County (Lee
and Alexander twsp.) @S40@@S49@@S38@@S39@@S85@@S38@
Children of James Graham and
Text: Graves Registration. Ohio Historical Library, Columbus, Ohio.September 2,
1834 Rutland, Ohio Meigs Co. Miles Cemetary.
Text: National Archives Washington D.C. Veterens Records,Pension/Bounty Land Warrent.
Continential Army. PennsylvaniaLine. W1168. BLWT 26190-160-55. September 14, 1990
Text: Central Pennsylvania Marriages. Fischer 12 October 1782.
Text: Alfred Creigh. ""Oath of Allegiance, Washington CountyPennsylvania History.
1794. Bethlehem township."" B. Singerly,Harrisburg, Pa. 1871 " firstname.lastname@example.org National Archives Washington Dc. And Veterens Records
William May 1745 "Amelia, VA" 8 September 1781 "Eutaw Springs, NC" died in the Battle of Eutaw Springs
daniel curtis 1749 IRELAND LYDIA "MARCH, 23, 1823"
Gillis Pieterse 1612 "Gouda, Holland" Elsie Hendrickse "New Amsterdam, NY" 1676 "New Amsterdam, Ny" "03 June 1638, Declared Master Carpenter at Fort Orange, NY." RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project
"Johannes Hendrickse Hanse, Capt." 1636 Eva Gillise Meyer "New Amsterdam, NY" 21 FEB 1694 "Albany, Albany Co., NY" RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project
Jennie Lee Worley abt. 1854 Charles Letcher Ferguson 1932 "Jennie Lee Worley lived in Pamplin, Virginia and was my mother's (Virginia Opal Williams Meadows) grandmother. She married Charles Ferguson (maybe in Appomattox County, VA) and may have died in this county also." email@example.com Appomattox County Records
James Patton Scotland Eleanor Gordon Virginia firstname.lastname@example.org
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