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Keith Street
June 16, 1927-Dec. 13, 2006

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Below are Keith's known direct ancestors and their siblings. Arabic numbers indicate ancestry, while those names with Roman numerals indicate siblings.  There are photos of many of these relatives. Please note: You are welcome to print this site, but be prepared. It will be more than 24 pages.

Keith Street 1927

Keith Street 1930

Keith Street 1947

Keith Street 1957

Keith Street 1995

Generation No. 1

1. Keith Merlin Street, born June 16, 1927, at the home of his maternal grandparents, Otis and Mary Morgan Quaintance, at 501 K Ave. W., Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. He was the son of 2. Guilford Bartlett Street and 3. Iva Lucille Quaintance.  They lived in Arthur, Iowa, at the time of his birth. He married (1) Elizabeth Alice Gerst June 2, 1956, in Oakville, Louisa County, Iowa. She was born December 22, 1935, in rural Eliot Twp., Louisa County, Iowa, and died June 20, 1986, in Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa. She was the daughter of David William Gerst and Hattie Frances Hardin. He married (2) Connie Alexander Dobert June 20, 1989, in Salem, Henry County, Iowa. Keith taught 34 years in Iowa high schools at Oakville, Clemons, Deep River and Wapello. He was active in the Louisa County Democratic Party and later served on the Wapello City Council and then on the Louisa County Board of Supervisors. He also was elected to the positions of vice president and president of the Iowa Genealogical Society. He was also a founding member of the State Association for the Preservation of Iowa Cemeteries.

Generation No. 2

Guilford Street 1899

Guilford Street 1922

Guilford Street

2. Guilford Bartlett Street, born September 21, 1898, in Highland Twp., Winneshiek County, Iowa; died October 07, 1979 in Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Public Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 4. Oscar Leroy Street and 5. Minnie Melissa White. He married 3. Iva Lucille Quaintance August 29, 1922 in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. He attended college at Fayette, Iowa, and was the superintendent of Iowa school systems in Rose Hill, Sully, Ware and Arthur before he became a Quaker pastor and served Iowa meetings near Marshalltown, Newton, Muscatine, Oskaloosa and Hesper. Detached retinas caused him to go blind.

Iva Quaintance ca 1900

Iva Quaintance 1919

Iva Quaintance  

Iva Quaintance

3. Iva Lucille Quaintance, born January 01, 1899 at Oak Grove, Washington Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa; died November 20, 1969 in Spring Grove, Houston County, Minnesota. Burial at Hesper Public Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 6. Otis Ephron Quaintance and 7. Mary Alma Morgan.  

Children of Guilford Street and Iva Quaintance are:

i. Claire Edwin Street, born December 17, 1923, Ware, Pocahontas County, Iowa; died February 07, 1979. He married Julia Ann Carter June 24, 1972 in Valton, Wisconsin.  Claire was a conscientious objector during World War II. Claire and Julia were killed in a collision with a semi near Walker, Benton County, Iowa. They are buried at Hesper Public Cemetery, Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. They had no children.
Claire Street ca 1928 Claire Street ca 1960 Claire and Julia Carter Street

1 ii. Keith Merlin Street, born June 16, 1927 in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. See above.

Generation No. 3

Oscar Street ca 1900

Oscar Street

Oscar Street 1920

4. Oscar Leroy Street, born October 16, 1871 in Jasper County, Missouri; died January 14, 1924 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Public Cemetery., Winneshiek County Iowa. He was the son of 8. Bailey Gamaliel Street and 9. Mary Jane Purcell. He married 5. Minnie Melissa White March 30, 1897 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Oscar and Minnie are buried at the Hesper Public Cemetery.

Baby Minnie

Minnie White 1897

Minnie White 1920

Minnie White 1926

Minnie and Walde

5. Minnie Melissa White, born February 03, 1878 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; died July 12, 1971 in Mabel, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Burial in Hesper Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 10. Barzillai Monroe White and 11. Rebecca Painter Fawcett.  Minnie married (2) Waldemar Oscar Bielski on July 21, 1926.

Children of Oscar Street and Minnie White are:

(2.) i. Guilford Bartlett Street, born September 21, 1898 in Highland Twp., Winneshiek County, Iowa; died October 07, 1979 in Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Iva Lucille Quaintance August 29, 1922 in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa.

ii. Granville Osborne Street, born July 07, 1900; died December 30, 1975. He married Avis Hawks October 26, 1921.

Granville Street ca 1913

Granville and Avis 1921 Granville and Avis
iii. Merrill Emery Street, born August 09, 1902. He married (1) Luella LeValley June 21, 1931 in Castle Rock, Boulder, Colorado and married (2) Nan Peterson August 10, 1962.

Merrill Street ca 1913

Merrill Street 1931

iv. Grace Alberta Street, born September 20, 1904; died January 13, 2002, Rochester, Minnesota. She married Harold Byers July 8, 1934..  

Grace Street ca 1913

Grace Street Byers

Grace and Harold Byers

v. Leroy Oscar Street, born April 22, 1912; died April 28, 1967. He married Lueda Calise Brenna September 15, 1932. She died May 2003, Mabel, Minnesota.

Leroy Street ca 1913

Leroy Street Leroy and Lueda ca 1960
vi. Byron John Street, born July 17, 1917. Died at age 20 months of convulsions at Iowa City hospital, according to death certificate. He had no control of his arms from birth. The coroner wanted to hold an inquest and to perform an autopsy to determine the baby's "peculiar brain trouble," but a death certificate was issued with the above cause of death.
6. Otis Ephron Quaintance, born July 15, 1876 near New Sharon, Union Twp., Mahaska County, Iowa; died January 18, 1950 in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. Burial in Forest Cemetery., Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. He was the son of 12. Ephron Osborne Quaintance and 13. Hannah Jane Ratcliff. He married (1)7. Mary Alma Morgan March 16, 1898 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa.  After Mary's death, Otis married (2) Gertrude Sharer Cole in Kahoka, Clark County, Missouri.
Otis Quaintance  ca 1898 Otis Quaintance ca 1925 Otis Quaintance ca 1945
7. Mary Alma Morgan, born April 29, 1876 in Buena Vista Twp., Jasper County, Iowa; died May 30, 1936 in Madison Twp., Mahaska County, Iowa. Burial in Forest Cemetery., Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 14. Ryan Morgan and 15. Amanda Malvira Robertson. Children of Otis Quaintance and Mary Morgan are:
Mary Morgan ca 1896 Mary Morgan ca 1925
   i. Iva Lucille Quaintance, born January 01, 1899 in Washington Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa; died November 20, 1969 in Spring Grove, Houston County, Minnesota; married Guilford Bartlett Street August 29, 1922 in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. She is buried at Hesper Public Cemetery, Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. See above.
   ii. Lela Mae Quaintance, born June 04, 1901; died May 4, 1927 in an automobile accident. Single. Buried Forest Cemetery., Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa. She was a teacher.
Lela Quaintance 1920

   iii. Neva Grace Quaintance, born August 06, 1904; died about 1995, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married Eugene Merrill Winnemore July 17, 1928. Eugene was the child  of Christian K. Winnemore of Sweetland Township, Muscatine County, Iowa.

Neva Quaintance

Gene and Neva Quaintance Winnemore

   iv. Gladys Marie Quaintance, born May 15, 1910; died 1983, New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa. Buried at Jackson Twp. Cemetery, Montezuma, Iowa. She married Alva Edward Sharer February 14, 1952. Buried Jackson Twp. Cemetery., Montezuma, Iowa
Gladys Quaintance ca 1926

Generation No. 4

Bailey Street ca 1868

Bailey holding grandson, Guilford Street, in 1899

Bailey Street ca 1899

8. Bailey Gamaliel Street, born August 29, 1844 in Salem, Henry County, Iowa; died January 15, 1917 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 16. Aaron Street, Jr. and 17. Elizabeth Clark. He married 9. Mary Jane Purcell October 18, 1868 in Jasper County, Missouri.

Mary Purcell holding granddaughter,
Marian Tweten ca 1899

9. Mary Jane Purcell, born October 05, 1844 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri; died November 06, 1911 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of (18.) John Purcell and (19.) Lucy Elizabeth Ann Stith.  

 Children of Bailey Street and Mary Purcell are:

i. Rosella Street, born January 02, 1870 Died August 31,1952. She married Stone Tweten. They had four children: Marian, Myrtle Evelyn, Henry Alton and Ruth.

Rosella Street ca 1885

4 ii. Oscar Leroy Street, born October 16, 1871 in Jasper County, Missouri; died January 14, 1924 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Minnie Melissa White March 30, 1897 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.

iii. John Purcell Street, born May 25, 1875 in Portland, Washington County, Oregon, and died January 3, 1962 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. He married Margaret Plunkett March 22, 1899 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.

John Street ca 1885

John and Margaret Street's girls: Mary Lula, Erma Blanche, Ethyl Joy and Marjory Hope John and Alfred Street and Josie and Maggie Plunkett
iv. Albert Street, born February 24, 1879. Died an infant.
v. Alfred Bailey Street, born February 24, 1879. He married Josephine Plunkett. They had one son, Herschel Lloyd Street.

Alfred Street ca 1885

Alfred Street

vi. George Street, born after 1880. Died an infant.

B. Monroe White

B. Monroe White 1875

B. Monroe White

B. Monroe White

B. Monroe White 1925

10. Barzillai Monroe "Roe" White, born September 12, 1848 in Vernon/Utica, Oneida County, New York; died November 24, 1929 in Mabel, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Burial in Hesper Cemetery, Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of (20.) William Chester White and (21.) Betsey Ann White. He married 11. Rebecca Painter Fawcett December 01, 1875 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.  Roe and Becky had two children: Minnie and Ruddy.

Rebecca Fawcett ca 1865

Rebecca Fawcett 1875

Rebecca Fawcett White

Rebecca Fawcett White 1925

11. Rebecca Painter Fawcett, born January 21, 1856 in Russiaville, Tipton County, Indiana; died October 18, 1932 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cemetery., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 22. John Painter Fawcett and 23. Phebe Williams Painter.

 Children of Barzillai White and Rebecca Fawcett are:

(5.) i. Minnie Melissa White, born February 03, 1878 Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; died July 12, 1971 in Mabel, Fillmore County, Minnesota; married (1) Oscar Leroy Street March 30, 1897 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. married(2) Bielski

Ruddie White

Florence and Ruddie White in front; Leland, Orville and Bernard in back row.

Ruddie White

ii. Ruddie John White, born September 04, 1881. Married Florence Casterton. Their children were Bernard, Leland and Orville.

Ephron Quaintance ca 1905

12. Ephron Osborne Quaintance, born May 31, 1838 Bucyrus, Holmes Twp., Crawford County, Ohio; died May 29, 1913 at Sugar Creek, Prairie Twp., Mahaska County, Iowa.  Burial at New Sharon Friends Cemetery., Mahaska County, Iowa. He was the son of 24. Lewis Cary Quaintance and 25. Mariah M. McBride. He married 13. Hannah Jane Ratcliff April 19, 1865 in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa.  See their home east of New Sharon.

Hannah Jane Ratcliff ca 1905

13. Hannah Jane Ratcliff, called Jane, born January 23, 1839 in Smyrna, Ohio; died May 20, 1917 in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa. Burial at New Sharon Friends Cemetery., Mahaska County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 26. William Fleming Ratcliff and 27. Sarah Elizabeth Cadwallader.  

 Children of Ephron Quaintance and Hannah Ratcliff are:
i. Walter Edgar Quaintance, born January 23, 1866, probably Iowa; died Sept. 3, 1876.

A tin type. Walter died 1876

ii. William Lewis Quaintance, born March 07, 1867, Mahaska County, Iowa; died March 5, 1938. Buried New Sharon Friends Cemetery. He married Emma Black May 19, 1897.
William Quaintance ca 1910
iii. Oliver Hugh Quaintance, born July 25, 1868, Mahaska County, Iowa; died January 25, 1954; buried New Sharon Friends Cemetery.. Never married.

Oliver Quaintance 1910

Oliver Quaintance

iv. Loren George Quaintance, born July 21, 1870, Mahaska County, Iowa; died March 8, 1916. He married Margaretta Hinchman.

Loren Quaintance 1910

v. Martha Jane "Mattie" Quaintance, born November 28, 1874 Mahaska County, Iowa; died November 11, 1965. She married Eli Watson Bryan September 3, 1902.
Mattie Quaintance ca 1920

Mattie Bryan 1959

6 vi. Otis Ephron Quaintance, born July 15, 1876 in Union Twp., Mahaska County, Iowa; died January 18, 1950, in Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa; burial at Forest Cemetery, Oskaloosa; married (1) Mary Alma Morgan March 16, 1898 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa, married (2) Gertrude Josephine Sharer Cole March 27, 1939, Missouri. Gertrude died in 1943.

Ryan Morgan ca 1885

Ryan Morgan

Ryan Morgan

14. Ryan Morgan, born May 24, 1836 in Palmyra Twp., Lee County, Illinois (or Ogle County); died May 02, 1914 in Jackson Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa. Burial at Silent City Cemetery., Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa. The stone for Ryan and wife Manda is difficult to read. He was the son of 28. John Morgan and 29. Nellie Eleanor Willcockson. He married (1) 15. Amanda Malvira Robertson January 26, 1860 in Jasper County, Iowa and married (2) in 1902 Alzade M. Smith Peacock, widow of Edmund Peacock.  Ryan served in the Civil War with the Co. F, 15th Iowa Regiment 1864-1865. Edmund had married Alzade M. Smith July 8, 1866 in Winneshiek Co., Iowa. Ryan and Alzade lived in Forrest City, Iowa. About Ryan and Amanda's children

Amanda M. Robertson ca 1885

Amanda M. Robertson

15. Amanda Malvira Robertson, born July 24, 1839 in Oneida, Niagara County, New York; died October 18, 1891 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa. Burial in Silent City, Cemetery, Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 30. John Barker Robertson and 31. Sarah Gilbert Pinkerton.  

 Children of Ryan Morgan and Amanda Robertson are:

i. William Boone Morgan, born October 20, 1860 ; died December 6, 1899; married Julia Esther Kent December 27, 1882.

William Boone Morgan

ii. Margery Ida "Madge" Morgan, born September 14, 1862; died October 7, 1947, Jasper County, Iowa; married William Vannest May 23, 1886, Jasper County, Iowa.

Madge Morgan

Madge Vannest

iii. Ryan Gilbert Morgan, born December 9, 1864; died 1944; married Minnie Robinson; November 29, 1888, Jasper County, Iowa; both buried at Silent City Cemetery near Kellogg, Jasper County.

Ryan Gilbert Morgan

iv. Edith Arminta Morgan, born November 18, 1866; married Charles S. Swisher January 1, 1890, Jasper County, Iowa.

Edith Morgan

v. Amanda Jane Morgan, born January 14, 1869; died March 10, 1956; married John More September 11, 1889, Jasper County, Iowa.

Amanda Morgan

Amanda More 1936
vi. Harriet Almeda Morgan, born December 28, 1870; died ca 1920 New London, Henry County, Iowa; married John Davis after 1900; both are buried at Silent City Cemetery, near Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa

Harriet Morgan

Harriet Davis

vii. Fanny "Almira" Morgan, born June 17, 1873; died September 2, 1958; married Frederick William Koester June 7, 1899.

Almira Morgan

Almira Koester

7 viii. Mary Alma Morgan, born April 29, 1876 Buena Vista Twp., Jasper County, Iowa; died May 30, 1936 Madison Twp., Mahaska County, Iowa; buried Forest Cemetery, Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa; married Otis Ephron Quaintance March 16, 1898 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa.

Mary Morgan

ix. Tama Rebecca Morgan, born June 17, 1878 died 1963. She married Walter Guy Simpson; both buried at Silent City Cemetery, near Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa.

Tama Morgan

Tama Simpson

x. John Logan Morgan, born August 25, 1880.

John Morgan

Generation No. 5

Aaron Street, Jr. ca 1865

16. Aaron Street, Jr., born July 31, 1811 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio; died October 15, 1871 at Little Osage Indian Agency, Kansas. Alleged burial in Coffeyville, Kansas. He was the son of 32. Aaron Street, Sr. and 33. Mary Ann Pedrick. He married 17. Elizabeth Clark January 18, 1832 in Morgan County, Illinois.

Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Clark ca 1890

17. Elizabeth Clark, born April 25, 1813 in Kentucky; died January 01, 1898 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 34. William McHenry Clark and 35. Margaret (Unknown).

Children of Aaron Street and Elizabeth Clark are:

i. Ann Street, born October 25, 1832. Died young.

ii. Eunice K. Street, born October 31, 1833. Married Ezra King and lived in Crete, Neb.
Eunice Street King ca 1910

iii. William C. Street, born May 03, 1835.

iv. Jane Street, born May 24, 1837.
v. Mary S. Street, born May 03, 1839. Married Bennet Haines.
Mary Street Haines

Mary's daughters, Lizzie, Grace and Stella.

vi. Margaret Street, born January 25, 1842.

(8) vii. Bailey Gamaliel Street, born August 29, 1844 in Salem, Henry County, Iowa; died January 15, 1917 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.  Married Mary Jane Purcell October 18, 1868 in Jasper County, Missouri.

viii. Burritt Street, born December 05, 1846.

ix. Aaron S. Street, born September 16, 1849.

x. David Clark Street, born October 30, 1851.
xi. Lindley M. Street, born February 01, 1854.
Lin Street

xii. John Street, born September 10, 1856 in Iowa; died 1950. Married Mary Jane Winship. They had the following children: Bernard T. Street (1884-1918), Edith Elizabeth Street, Beth Ruth Street, Florence Esther Street, John Maynard Street (1898-1993), Douglas Street and Theodore H. Street. The family lived in Northfield, Minnesota. Photo was taken in 1967 by Walter Henry.Front row: Beth Ruth Street, Florence Esther Elliot, Edith  Elizabeth Moses; back row, Douglas STreet. John Maynard Street, Bernard Street son of Bernard 1884-1918, Theodore Street.

18. John Purcell, born July 22, 1818 in Rough Creek, Hardin County, Kentucky; died October 30, 1884 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri. Burial in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri. He was the son of 36. James Purcell and 37. Rachel Forker. He married (1) Elizabeth Caroline Bowers and married (2) 19. Lucy Elizabeth Ann Stith August 14, 1839 in Breckenridge County, Kentucky

19. Lucy Elizabeth Ann Stith, born 1818 in Hardin County, Kentucky; died July 01, 1850 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri. Burial in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of 38. Richard L. Stith and 39. Elizabeth Ann Jordan.

 Children of John Purcell and Lucy Stith are:

i. Benjamin F. Purcell, born September 14, 1842.

9 ii. Mary Jane Purcell, born October 05, 1844 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri; died November 06, 1911 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Bailey Gamaliel Street October 18, 1868 in Jasper County, Missouri.
iii. George Duncan Purcell, born March 14, 1847.

20. William Chester White, known as Chester, born May 08, 1820 in Vernon/Utica, Oneida County, New York; died August 22, 1870 in Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Public Cemetery, Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 40. John White and 41. Sarah Edwards. He married 21. Betsey Ann White August 27, 1845 in New York. William was young when his father died. He served in Co. E 16th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry after enlisting at Madison on Nov. 29, 1861. He was wounded and captured at the Battle of Corinth. Discharged May 8, 1863.  The family migrated to Burr Oak, Winneshiek County, Iowa in 1866 with a covered wagon and a herd of cattle. Chester started a Sabbath school.  A year later the family moved about seven miles east. The children attended school at Hesper.  Click here to see William Chester White's descendants.

21. Betsey Ann White, born January 24, 1828 in Chatham, Middlesex County, Connecticut; died December 14, 1876 in Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 42. George Kilbourne White and 43. Mary Polly Strong.

 Children of William Chester White and Betsey White are:

i. Chester Edwards White, born September 19, 1846 Utica, Oneida County, New York; He married Suzie Nelson in 1873. They had three sons, Raymond, Harry and Charley.

(10.) ii. Barzillai Monroe White, born September 12, 1848 in Vernon/Utica, Oneida County, New York; died November 24, 1929 in Mabel, Fillmore County, Minnesota; married Rebecca Painter Fawcett December 01, 1875 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. (See above.)

iii. Florence Sophie Almeda White, born December 06, 1850.
Fet and Florence White Wilbur ca 1900

iv. Sarah Jane White, known as Jennie, born November 04, 1853. Jennie married Samuel McLaughlin February 26, 1877.

v. George Abram Henry White, born September 02, 1855 Chippewa County, Wisconsin; died February 7, 1917 in Mabel, Minnesota. He married Ada Darling  Sept. 2, 1880. George and Ada had Alta, Bernard, Leslie, William, a son, Wilfred Chester White who died in Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa. Wilfred was born August 5, 1895 in Parker, S.D. and married Luretta Dodge on June 15, 1921 in Rochester, Minnesota. He was cremated and buried at the Burr Oak Cemetery in Burr Oak, Winneshiek County, Iowa.

vi. Mary E. White, born October 29, 1857. She married Addison Merwin in January 1876

vii. Eva A. White, born July 11, 1861; died July 15, 1864 of diptheria, Wisconsin.

viii. Josephine "Josie" White, born October 13, 1863. Josie married Will Antrim. Their children are Fred and Vinnie.
Josie White Antrim Fred Antrim

Vinnie Antrim

ix. Lavinia "Vinnie" White, born October 13, 1863. She married __ Taylor and lived in Bow Island, Saskatchewan, Canada.

x. William Chester White, born 1865; lived in Eyebrow, Saskatchewan, Canada.

xi. Franklin Strong White, born May 15, 1868 near Hesper, Iowa.
xii. Ida May White, born May 18, 1870 in Winnesiek County, Iowa. She married  Charles Stenger and  later lived in Idaho.

Ida White Stenger

22. John Painter Fawcett, born February 17, 1824 in Greene County, Ohio; died November 14, 1874 in Winneshiek County, Iowa. Buried in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 44. Robert Fawcett and 45. Mary Pickering. He married 23. Phebe Williams Painter Sept 24, 1846. The Fawcett family came to Iowa about 1857.

23. Phebe Williams Painter, born May 26, 1826 in Paintersville, Greene County, Ohio; died November 11, 1870 in Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 46. Thomas Painter and 47. Mary Williams.

 Children of John Fawcett and Phebe Painter are:

i. Caroline "Carrie" Williams Fawcett, born June 26, 1848 Paintersville, Greene County, Ohio. Carrie married John Isaac Tavener November 20, 1869 in Hesper, Winneshiek county, Iowa. She died January 21, 1916, Decorah, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Children : Arthur, Edna, Herman, Earnest, Laura, Mrs. Alex McIntosh and Mrs. J.C. Gaffney.

Carrie Fawcett Tavener

Carrie and John Tavener and family.
ii. Isaac Painter Fawcett, born November 22, 1849 at Xenia, Greene County, Ohio. He married Ellen Casterton October 08, 1878. Isaac died March 13, 1928,Mabel, Fillmore county, Minnesota and is buried at the Hesper Public Cemetery, Hesper, Iowa. Their children are Ralph, Bessie and Lillian.

Isaac and Nell Fawcett

iii. Lorenzo Dow Fawcett, born May 24, 1851.

iv. Mary Louise Fawcett, born August 01, 1853. (Her obit says Sept. 9) She married Thomas Mitchell Jan. 31, 1877. He died March 23, 1896 Their children are Charles, and twins Emmett and Emma Retta.

Louise Fawcett Mitchell

v. Alice Adelia Fawcett, born June 17, 1854 Winneshiek County, Iowa. Married Arthur N. Cutting December 15, 1855. Alice died April 11, 1942 in Oregon. Arthur  was born March 12, 1855 in Vermont and died June 2, 1912 Tigard. Their children were Clifford, Mabel, Ward and Harold.

Art and Alice Cutting

11 vi. Rebecca Painter Fawcett, born January 21, 1856 in Russiaville, Tipton County, Indiana; died October 18, 1932 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Barzillai Monroe White December 01, 1875 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.

vii. Granville J. Fawcett, born November 23, 1861. He married Nettie Casterton December 23, 1885 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa.  (A double ceremony with Granville's sister Ellen (viii).). He died March 1939. One son, Oscar John.

Granville and Nettie Fawcett

viii. Ellen Ada Fawcett, born July 23, 1867. Married William E. Chase December23, 1885 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa (A double ceremony with Ellen's brother Granville (vii).) In 1886, they moved to Nebraska. Three children, Ora, Clinton and ??

Lewis Quaintance

Lewis Quaintance

24. Lewis Cary Quaintance, born January 12, 1814, in Jefferson County, Ohio; died September 05, 1903, in Mahaska County, Iowa; burial at New Sharon Friends Cem., Mahaska County, Iowa. He was the son of 48. Eli Quaintance and 49. Elizabeth Kirk. He married 25. Mariah M. McBride April 28, 1836, in Cross Creek Monthly Meeting, Sandusky, Holmes Twp., Crawford County, Ohio. The family moved from Bucyrus, Ohio to New Sharon, Iowa ca 1856.  See the house where they lived near New Sharon, Iowa.

Mariah McBride

Mariah McBride

25. Mariah M. McBride, born September 13, 1815, in Columbiana County, Ohio; died March 28, 1902, in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa; burial at New Sharon Friends Cem., Mahaska County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 50. John McBride and 51. Ann Carter Maloy.

 Children of Lewis Quaintance and Mariah McBride are:

i. Rebecca Ann Quaintance, born March 4, 1837; died February 1849 of severe burns; burial at Sandusky, Morrow Co., Ohio.

ii. Ephron Osborne Quaintance, born May 31, 1838; died May 29,1913. He married Hannah Jane Ratcliff April 19, 1865.

iii. Morris Abraham Quaintance, born April 04, 1840; married Clarinda Orcutt August 24, 1872, Mahaska County, Iowa.
iv. Sarah Ann "Sadie" Quaintance, born August 06, 1842, Ohio; died ca 1918 Cherokee Co., Kansas; married Ambrose Kenworthy March 9, 1864.

Ambrose and "Sadie" Kenworthy

v. Hannah Louisa Quaintance, born February 08, 1845, Ohio; died June 10, 1924, Wichita, Kansas; married (1) Hiram Davis April 28, 869, Mahaska County, Iowa and married (2) John Kirby. She is buried at Haviland, Kansas.

vi. Mary Cordelia Quaintance, born August 10, 1848; died Sept. 25, 1849 or 1850 of "brain fever resulting from a fall."

vii. Joseph Orlando Quaintance, born October 6, 1851; died August 24, 1918, Mahaska County, Iowa; married Olive Beatty November 12, 1873.

viii. Silas Louis Quaintance, born September 17, 1853; died June 12, 1943 in California; married Mary Griffith Peeper March 28, 1875, Mahaska County, Iowa.

ix. Rachel Angeline Quaintance, born December 17, 1856; died September 11, 1859 of membraneous croup.

William Ratcliff ca 1865

26. William Fleming Ratcliff, born June 02, 1803 in Virginia; died February 25, 1890 in Mahaska County, Iowa. Burial in New Sharon Cem., Mahaska County, Iowa. He was the son of 52. William Ratcliff and 53. Mary Bates. He married 27. Sarah Elizabeth Cadwallader April 28, 1830 in Mount Pleasant Monthly Meeting, Jefferson County, Ohio.

27. Sarah Elizabeth Cadwallader, born July 18, 1808 in Harrison County, Ohio; died April 07, 1851 Bucyrus, Guernsey County, Ohio (five days after giving birth to her tenth child, daughter Sarah); burial Guernsey co., Ohio. She was the daughter of 54. Isaac Cadwallader and 55. Elizabeth Dawson.

 Children of William Ratcliff and Sarah Cadwallader are:

i. Isaac Cadwallader Ratcliff, born March 06, 1831, Jefferson Co., Ohio; died October 10, 1894, LeGrand, Iowa; married Rebeca Hirst September 20, 1865.

ii. Mary Bates Ratcliff, born November 25, 1832, Ohio; married (1) John Isaac Hobbs before 1850 and married (2) Harvey George Catell August 22, 1860.

iii. Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ratcliff, born February 10, 1834; married Jesse Ratcliff April 29, 1857.

Lizzie Ratcliff

iv. Martha Ratcliff, born June 19, 1836, Ohio; died November 20, 1883; married Robert Briggs February 4, 1858.

13 v. Hannah Jane Ratcliff, born January 23, 1839 in Smyrna, Ohio; died May 20, 1917 in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa; married Ephron Osborne Quaintance April 19, 1865 in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa.

vi. Jacob Fleming Ratcliff, born December 20, 1841 Ohio; died September 7, 1847.
vii. John C. Ratcliff, born March 12, 1844; married Anna McConnell.

John and Anna Ratcliff

viii. William Nelson Ratcliff, born June 11, 1846, Ohio; died December 5, 1940; married Mariana Combs 1872.

ix. Benjamin Ratcliff, born February 28, 1849, Ohio.

x. Sarah Ratcliff, born and died April 02, 1851.

28. John Morgan, born October 22, 1805 in Ohio; died May 21, 1882 in Poweshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Dresden Cem., Poweshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 56. Isaac Morgan and 57. Margaret Carman. He married 29. Nellie Eleanor Willcockson December 10, 1829 in Fancy Creek Twp., Sangamon County, Illinois. John and Nellie settled at Deep River, Poweshiek County, Iowa. His obituary: Died in Lincoln township, at the residence of his son, Mr. John Morgan, aged near 77 years. Mr. Morgan was one of the early settlers in Deep River township, and was beloved by all who were fortunate enough to enjoy his acquaintance. For more than forty years he was a consistent member of the Baptist Church, and there are few professed Christians in this vicinity who have not enjoyed his religious counsel and exhortations. He was ever ready to extend the sympathizing heart and hand to those in sorrow and affliction. The writer has enjoyed his companionship in a great degree, and many of his pleasant conversations will be remembered while reason retains her away. Truly "a good man has fallen:--has gone down to the grave as "a shock of corn fully ripe in its season." For several weeks before his death he was satisfied that he could not recover; was perfectly reconciled and anxiously awaited the hour of dissolution. His remains were deposited in Deep River cemetery, followed by a large concourse of friends and acquaintances. Funeral exercises were conducted by Rev. S.P. Miller at the German Baptist church. Mr. Morgan leaves a large family of children who are widely scattered, besides his widow and numerous grandchildren." Source: The Grinnell Herald; Friday, June 9, 1882

29. Nellie Eleanor Willcockson, born April 26, 1813 in Bath County, Kentucky; died May 09, 1887 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa. Burial in Dresden Cem., Poweshiek County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 58. William Willcockson and 59. Mary Jane England.

 Children of John Morgan and Nellie Willcockson are:
i. Milo Morgan, born January 01, 1831; Illinois; died January 20, 1929; married Susannah Griffin Robertson July 31. 1856; he served in the Civil War, 28th Iowa Regiment.

Milo Morgan

ii. Louisa Morgan, born May 12, 1832; died December 24, 1872; married John Hillman 1856.

iii. Malvina Morgan, born August 26, 1833, Sangamon County, Illinois; died April 13, 1908; married James Hillman 1854.

14 iv. Ryan Morgan, born May 24, 1836 in Palmyra Twp., Lee County, Illinois; died May 02, 1914 in Jackson Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa; married Amanda Malvira Robertson January 26, 1860 in Iowa.

v. William "Garrett" Morgan, born November 23, 1837, Lee county, Illinois; married Sophia Linder.

vi. Mary Ellen Morgan, born March 12, 1840; died May22, 1864; buried at Dresden Cemetery, Deep River Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa; married  Christopher Cox about 1858.

vii. John Carmen Morgan, born August 14, 1842; died July 2, 1906; buried at Dresden Cemetery, Deep River Twp., Poweshiek County, Iowa; married Rebecca Barker October 4, 1861. He served in the Civil War in Co. B, 46th Iowa Regiment.

viii. Margaret Frances Morgan, born April 24, 1845. She married John Henry Atherton November 25, 1864.

ix. Adeline Morgan, born September 08, 1848, Dixon, Illinois; died January 20, 1931; married Sylvester Atherton December 24, 1868.

x. Angeline Morgan, born September 08, 1848, Dixon, Illinois; married Josephus Linder Forney January 25, 1864.

xi. Almeda Morgan, born March 12, 1851; died July 4, 1906; married  John Kennedy.

xii. Ida Mae Morgan, born May 26, 1853. She married Reuben Barton Cranston.

John Robertson ca 1880

30. John Barker Robertson, born October 08, 1802 in Pembroke, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died April 26, 1889 in Iowa. Burial in Brick Chapel Cem., Johnson County, Iowa. He was the son of 60. Andrew Robertson, Jr. and 61. Mary Polly Barker. He married 31. Sarah Gilbert Pinkerton 1826 in New Hampshire. John and Sallie lived at West Branch, Cedar County, Iowa.

31. Sarah Gilbert Pinkerton, born November 12, 1808 in Boscawen, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died July 28, 1876 in Iowa. Burial in Brick Chapel Cem., Johnson So., Iowa. She was the daughter of 62. David Pinkerton and 63. Susannah Griffin.

 Children of John Robertson and Sarah Pinkerton are: i. Mary M. Robertson, born 1830. She married Will Fisher; ii. Samuel Robertson, born 1831; iii. Susannah Griffin Robertson, born July 13, 1833. She married Milo Morgan July 31, 1856 (the second marriage in Lincoln Twp. Poweshiek County, Iowa.). Susannah died February 20, 1911; iv. David Robertson, born about 1835. He died during the Civil War; v. Horace Robertson, born May 01, 1837; (15.) vi. Amanda Malvira Robertson, born July 24, 1839 in Oneida, Niagara County, New York; died October 18, 1891 in Kellogg, Jasper County, Iowa; married Ryan Morgan January 26, 1860 in Iowa; vii. James W. Robertson, born about 1844; viii. Wilbur Robertson, born about 1845.

Generation No. 6

32. Aaron Street, Sr., born May 07, 1778 in Salem, Salem County, New Jersey; died July 25, 1848 in Salem, Henry County, Iowa. Buried Salem South Cem., Henry County, Iowa. He was the son of 64. Zadok Street and 65. Eunice Silver. He married (1) his second cousin 33. Mary Ann Pedrick May 23, 1799 in Pilesgrove MM, Pedricktown, Burlington County, New Jersey; he married (2) Cecelia Donovan Feb. 22, 1815, in Christian County, Kentucky. Children by second marriage not listed here. Aaron Street and Isaac Pidgeon laid out the town of Salem, Iowa using a grape vine. He was a literate man and a man of principle. He loved books and reading. Aaron and Mary Ann followed the Pedrick clan to Ohio, near today's Dayton. They soon joined Aaron's family at Salem, Ohio. Aaron moved often. He was in Tennessee, back to Ohio and then to Morgan County, Illinois. In 1835 Aaron and family were among the pioneer settlers in Henry County, Iowa. In the 1840s he wrote extensively on the subject of slavery and was involved in the Underground Railroad. He operated a hotel in Salem.

33. Mary Ann Pedrick, born September 21, 1780 in Pedricktown, Salem County, New Jersey; died about 1813-1815 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. Burial in Ohio. She was the daughter of 66. Isaac Pedrick and 67. Hannah Osborne.

 Children of Aaron Street and Mary Ann Pedrick are: i. Samuel Scotton Street, born April 18, 1800; ii. Isaac Street, born January 06, 1803; iii. John Street, born November 09, 1804; iv. Lydia Street, born September 02, 1805; v. Eunice Street, born 1808; (16.) vi. Aaron Street, Jr., born July 31, 1811 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio; died October 15, 1871 in Little Osage Indian Agency, Kansas; married Elizabeth Clark January 18, 1832 in Morgan County, Illinois; vii. Nathan Street, born about 1813.

34. William McHenry Clark, born December 27, 1788; died 1864 in Union County, Illinois. He was the son of 68. Thomas Clark and 69. Jennie McHenry. He married 35. Margaret.

35. Margaret (Unknown)

Children of William Clark and Margaret are: i. Ann Clark, born about 1810; ii. Unknown Clark, born about 1810; 17 iii. Elizabeth Clark, born April 25, 1813 in Kentucky; died January 01, 1898 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Aaron Street, Jr. January 18, 1832 in Morgan County, Illinois; iv. Patience Clark, born April 27, 1818; v. David Clark, born August 04, 1819; vi. Thomas J. Clark, born about 1820; vii. Unknown Clark, born about 1822; viii. Margaret L. Clark, born May 24, 1824; ix. Chalmers Clark, born about1826.

36. James Purcell, born 1769 in Virginia; died 1852 in Kentucky. He married 37. Rachel Forker August 15, 1805 in Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky.

37. Rachel Forker, died 1842 in Kentucky. She was the daughter of 74. Thomas Forker.

Children of James Purcell and Rachel Forker are: i. Daniel Purcell, born about 1806; ii. James Purcell, born 1810; iii. Mary Purcell, born about 1812; iv. Malinda Purcell, born 1814; v. Lewis Purcell, born about 1815; (18. 0 vi. John Purcell, born July 22, 1818 in Rough Creek, Hardin County, Kentucky; died October 30, 1884 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri; married (1) Lucy Elizabeth Ann Stith August 14, 1839 in Breckenridge County, Kentucky; married (2) Elizabeth Caroline Bowers August 27, 1851; vii. Mathias Y. Stith, born 1819.

38. Richard L. Stith, born January 26, 1786 in Meade County, Kentucky; died October 25, 1844 in Kentucky. He was the son of 76. Joseph Stith and 77. Nancy Cocke. He married 39. Elizabeth Ann Jordan May 20, 1804.

39. Elizabeth Ann Jordan, born July 01, 1788; died September 12, 1828.

Children of Richard Stith and Elizabeth Jordan are: i. William Fletcher Stith, born August 12, 1815; ii. Nancy Stith, born March 10, 1817; iii. Catherine Stith, born August 21, 1817; 19 iv. Lucy Elizabeth Ann Stith, born 1818 in Hardin County, Kentucky; died July 01, 1850 in Alba, Jasper County, Missouri; married John Purcell August 14, 1839 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky; v. Ellen D. Stith, born July 05, 1820; vi. Mary F. Stith, born about 1824.

40. John White He married 41. Sarah Edwards in Oneida, Niagara County, New York.

41. Sarah Edwards, born in Oneida, Niagara County, New York.

Child of John White and Sarah Edwards is:

(20) i. William Chester White, born May 08, 1820 in Vernon/Utica, Oneida County, New York; died August 22, 1870 in Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Betsey Ann White August 27, 1845 in New York.

42. George Kilbourne White, born May 27, 1808 Buckland, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; died October 05, 1852 Aimsville, Oneida County, New York. He was the son of (84.) David White and (85.) Elizabeth Sophia Kilbourne. He married 43. Mary Polly Strong January 24, 1827 in New York.

43. Mary "Polly" Strong, born November 03, 1808 Connecticut; died August 18, 1848 Aimsville, Oneida County, New York. She was the daughter of 86. Adonijah Strong, Jr. and 87. Elizabeth Cooke.

Children of George White and Mary Strong are:

(21) i. Betsey Ann White, born January 24, 1828 Chatham, Middlesex County, Connecticut; died December 14, 1876 Winneshiek County, Iowa; married William Chester White August 27, 1845 in New York.

ii. Lavinia Strong White, born June 28, 1830 Chatham, Connecticut; married Deming Walter Sexton Oct. 4, 1849.They had three children: Josephine, Genea, and Gillia.

iii. Sophia Almeda White, born March 07, 1832; died Feb. 15, 1905; married Ezra Gordon Cone Feb. 15, 1857. They had Ernest, Sophia, Exra, and Mary.

iv. Catherine Coe White, born July 22, 1834 in Chatham, Connecticut;  married Dennison Abell Rich. They had nine children.

v. George Henry White, born June 01, 1837 in Aimsville, New York; married Ellen Augusta Raston. They had ive children.

vi. Barzillai Monroe White, born March 18, 1841 Aimsville, New York; died May 14, 1843.

vii. Josephine White, born March 25, 1844 Aimsville, New York, married J. Hiram Abell. They had four children.

44. Robert Fawcett, born November 01, 1792 in Crooked Run MM, Frederick County, Virginia; died August 01, 1874 in Greene County, Ohio. Burial in New Hope Cem., Greene County, Ohio. He was the son of 88. John Fawcett and 89. Mary Painter. He married 45. Mary Pickering September 29, 1813 in New Hope MM, Greene County, Ohio.

45. Mary Pickering, born May 30, 1793 in Virginia; died December 07, 1860 in Greene/Clinton County, Ohio. Burial in New Hope Cem., Greene County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 90. John Pickering and 91. Jane Ellis.

 Children of Robert Fawcett and Mary Pickering are:

i. Charlotte T. Fawcett, born October 18, 1814.

ii. Jane Fawcett, born November 24, 1816.

iii. Mary Ann Fawcett, born March 02, 1819.

iv. Milton Fawcett, born September 24, 1821.

22 v. John Painter Fawcett, born February 17, 1824 in Greene County, Ohio; died November 14, 1874 in Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Phebe Williams Painter.

vi. Sarah P. Fawcett, born May 12, 1826.

vii. Jonathan P. Fawcett, born August 03, 1828.

viii. Elizabeth Hale Fawcett, born February 04, 1831.

ix. Levi E. Fawcett, born April 03, 1833.

x. Rebecca P. Fawcett, born June 16, 1840.

Thomas Painter

46. Thomas Painter, born May 23 or August 17, 1797 in Frederick County, Virginia; died October 09, 1873 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa. He was the son of 92. David Painter and 93. Martha Patsy Faulkner. He married 47. Mary Williams August 17, 1820 in Clear Creek MM, Clinton County, Ohio.

Mary Williams Painter from tin type

Mary Williams Painter ca 1880

47. Mary Williams, born December 28, 1800 in Winchester County, Virginia; died August 02, 1890 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Burial in Hesper Cem., Winneshiek County, Iowa.She was the daughter of 94. William Williams and 95. Phoebe Mendenhall.

 Children of Thomas Painter and Mary Williams are: i. William Painter, born April 28, 1821 Clinton County, Ohio, died 1902; ii. Jesse Painter, born January 26, 1823 Clinton County, Ohio, died 1860; (23) iii. Phebe Williams Painter, born May 26, 1826 in Paintersville, Greene County, Ohio or Clinton County, Ohio; died November 11, 1870 in Winneshiek County, Iowa; married John Painter Fawcett; iv. David Anderson Painter, born May 25, 1828 Paintersville, Greene County, Ohio, died 1908 Boise, Idaho; v. Isaac Painter, born April 22, 1830 Paintersville, Greene County, Ohio. He married Ellen Casterton, daughter of Ogden and Mary Kew Casterton. Isaac died 1910 Marshalltown, Iowa. He wrote "Painter Genealogy in Verse"; vi. Martha Painter, born November 06, 1832. Ohio. She married Joseph Mote November 13, 1850 in Ohio; vii. Elizabeth Ann Painter, born August 14, 1834 Clinton County, Ohio, died 1904 California. Married Smith Fawcett; viii. Mary Painter, born January 30, 1837  Ohio. Married Dempsey Morris in 1854

ix. Rebecca Painter, born January 13, 1839. She married Amos Earle June 04, 1863 Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa, died Feb. 18, 1918.

Rebecca Painter Earle

x. Eliza Painter, born January 12, 1840 Clinton County, Ohio; xi. Louisa Painter, born January 19, 1841 Clinton County, Ohio, died April 21, 1925. She married George Round; xii. Asenath Painter, born May 10, 1842, Clinton County, Ohio, died Watseka, Illinois.

48. Eli Quaintance, born December 17, 1785 in Delaware; died September 04, 1841 in Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. Burial in Sandusky, Crawford County, Ohio. He was the son of 96. Joseph Quaintance and 97. Susannah Fisher. He married 49. Elizabeth Kirk November 21, 1810 in Plymouth MM, Jefferson/Washington County, Ohio.

49. Elizabeth Kirk, born January 26, 1791 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died August 14, 1863 in Ohio. Burial in Sandusky, Crawford County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 98. William Kirk and 99. Rachel Hutton.

 Children of Eli Quaintance and Elizabeth Kirk are: i. Joseph Kirk Quaintance, born April 25, 1812; (24.) ii. Lewis Cary Quaintance, born January 12, 1814 in Jefferson County, Ohio; died September 05, 1903 in Mahaska County, Iowa; married Mariah M. McBride April 28, 1836 in Holmes Twp., Crawford County, Ohio; iii. Suzannah Quaintance, born September 02, 1816; iv. Rachel Quaintance, born July 26, 1818; v. William Quaintance, born June 19, 1820.

vi. Edward Courtney Quaintance, born May 21, 1822.

Edward Quaintance

vii. Ann Quaintance, born July 24, 1824; viii. Martha Quaintance, born January 13, 1827; ix. Rachel C. Quaintance, born September 30, 1830; x. Caleb B. Quaintance, born June 17, 1832; xi. Charles Quaintance, born October 04, 1834.

50. John McBride, born September 06, 1782 in Hopewell MM, Frederick County, Virginia; died March 15, 1847 in Mt. Gilead, Ohio. Burial in Gilead Cem., Delaware County, Ohio. He was the son of 100. Stephen McBride and 101. Hannah Smith. He married 51. Ann Carter Maloy August 11, 1803 in Hopewell MM, Frederick County, Virginia.

51. Ann Carter Maloy, born November 09, 1781 in Frederick County, Virginia; died February 05, 1842 in Crawford County, Ohio. Burial in Gilead Cem., Delaware County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 102. James Maloy and 103. Rachel Carter.

 Children of John McBride and Ann Maloy are:

i. Unknown McBride, born February 21, 1804.

ii. Hannah McBride, born April 27, 1805.

iii. Rachel Irey McBride, born June 07, 1807.

iv. Stephen McBride, born May 05, 1809.

v. Mary Ann McBride, born April 30, 1811.

vi. Rebecca McBride, born April 13, 1813.

vii. Sarah McBride, born April 13, 1813.

25 viii. Mariah M. McBride, born September 13, 1815 in Columbiana County, Ohio; died March 28, 1902 in New Sharon, Mahaska County, Iowa; married Lewis Cary Quaintance April 28, 1836 in Holmes Twp., Crawford County, Ohio.

ix. Joseph Smith McBride, born March 25, 1818.

x. Jeremiah McBride, born July 26, 1820.

xi. Louisa McBride, born September 21, 1822.

xii. John McBride, born September 17, 1825.

52. William Ratcliff, born January 14, 1764 in Virginia. He was the son of 104. William Ratcliff and 105. Elizabeth Harrison. He married 53. Mary Bates November 07, 1792 in Skimino MM, York County, Virginia.

53. Mary Bates, born January 28, 1761; died April 06, 1805. She was the daughter of 106. Benjamin Bates and 107. Hannah Greene.

Children of William Ratcliff and Mary Bates are:

i. Jacob Ratcliff, born August 16, 1793.

ii. Elizabeth Ratcliff, born June 16, 1796.

iii. Hannah B. Fleming Ratcliff, born January 16, 1799.

26 iv. William Fleming Ratcliff, born June 02, 1803 in Virginia; died February 25, 1890 in Mahaska County, Iowa; married Sarah Elizabeth Cadwallader April 28, 1830 in Mt. Pleasant MM, Jefferson County, Ohio.

54. Isaac Cadwallader, born October 17, 1781; died January 26, 1813. He was the son of 108. John Cadwallader and 109. Sarah Jamison. He married 55. Elizabeth Dawson May 08, 1807 in Redstone MM, Pennsylvania.

55. Elizabeth Dawson She was the daughter of 110. William Dawson and 111. Sarah Unknown.

Children of Isaac Cadwallader and Elizabeth Dawson are:

27 i. Sarah Elizabeth Cadwallader, born July 18, 1808 in Harrison County, Ohio; died April 07, 1851 in Guernsey County, Ohio; married William Fleming Ratcliff April 28, 1830 in Mt. Pleasant MM, Jefferson County, Ohio.

ii. John Cadwallader, born about 1810.

iii. Eliza Cadwallader, born 1813.

56. Isaac Morgan, born October 08, 1778 in Hampshire Co., Virginia; died May 01 or Sep. 15,, 1853 in Dixon, Lee County, Illinois. Burial in Palmyra, Lee County, Illinois. He was the son of 112. John Morgan and 113. Martha Constant. He married 57. Margaret Carman October 14, 1802 in near Xenia, Hamilton County, Ohio.

57. Margaret Carman, born in Kentucky.

 Children of Isaac Morgan and Margaret Carman are:

i. Joshua C. Morgan, born 1803. At one time was a probate judge in Lee County, Illinois.

ii. Harvey Morgan, born about 1804. His oldest son, Perry "Lon" Morgan, born Nov. 4, 1834, was the first child born in Palmyra Twp., Lee County, Ill.

28 iii. John Morgan, born October 22, 1805 in Ohio; died May 21, 1882 in Poweshiek County, Iowa; married Nellie Eleanor Willcockson December 10, 1829 in Fancy Creek Twp., Sangamon County, Illinois.

iv. Margery Morgan, born about 1808.

v. Sarah Morgan, born about 1810.

58. William Willcockson, born August 08, 1781 in Rowan County, North Carolina; died July 24, 1864 in Fancy Creek Twp., Sangamon County, Illinois.  Burial in Fancy Creek Twp. He was the son of 116. John Willcockson and 117. Sarah Notson. He married 59. Mary Jane England in Bath County, Kentucky.

59. Mary Jane England, born March 14, 1786 in Virginia; died August 10, 1860 in Fancy Creek Twp., Sangamon County, Illinois. Burial in Fancy Creek Twp. She was the daughter of 118. David England and 119. Lucy Lee Hodges.

 Children of William Willcockson and Mary England are:

i. David Willcockson, born September 14, 1802.

ii. Nancy Willcockson, born January 13, 1804.

iii. Melinda Willcockson, born April 12, 1806.

iv. Lucy Willcockson, born June 22, 1807.

v. John Hodges Willcockson, born November 06, 1808.

29 vi. Nellie Eleanor Willcockson, born April 26, 1813 in Bath County, Kentucky; died May 09, 1887 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa; married John Morgan December 10, 1829 in Fancy Creek Twp., Sangamon County, Illinois.

vii. Stephen E. Willcockson, born November 14, 1815.

viii. William Boone Willcockson, born October 15, 1822.

ix. George Washington Willcockson, born September 17, 1827.

60. Andrew Robertson, Jr., born January 25, 1781 in Pembroke, Merrimac County, New Hampshire. He was the son of 120. Andrew Robertson, Sr. and 121. Mary Hall. He married 61. Mary "Polly" Barker July 01, 1802 in Londonderry, Merrimac County, New Hampshire.

61. Mary Polly Barker, born about 1782 in Sutton, Merrimac County, New Hampshire.

Children of Andrew Robertson and Mary Barker are:

30 i. John Barker Robertson, born October 08, 1802 in Pembroke, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died April 26, 1889 in Iowa;  buried Brick Chapel, Johnson Co., Iowa.married Sarah "Sallie" Gilbert Pinkerton 1826 in New Hampshire.

ii. Samuel Robertson, born March 11, 1804.

iii. Hall Robertson, born February 09, 1806.

iv. Charles Robertson, born May 26, 1808.

v. Mary Salome Robertson, born February 04, 1810.

vi. Abraham Robertson, born March 06, 1812.

vii. Andrew Robertson, born March 20, 1814

viii. James Robertson, born May 28, 1817

ix. Abigail Jackman Robertson, born February 16, 1820.

x. Asahel Woods Robertson, born March 20, 1822.

xi. Asaph Robertson, born April 2, 1824

xii. Unknown Robertson, born Dec. 27, 1825

Xiii. Alfred Robertson, born June 10, 1831.

62. David Pinkerton, born June 17, 1775 in Londonderry, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died July 07, 1859 in Boscawen, Merrimac County, New Hampshire. He was the son of 124. Matthew Pinkerton and 125. Mary Unknown. He married 63. Susannah Griffin February 14, 1800 in Londonderry, Merrimac County, New Hampshire.

63. Susannah Griffin, born about 1777 in Londonderry, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died October 17, 1837 in Boscawen, Merrimac County, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of 126. Jonathan Griffin and 127. Hannah Unknown.

Children of David Pinkerton and Susannah Griffin are:

i. John M. Pinkerton, born June 15, 1800.

ii. Jane B. Pinkerton, born November 20, 1802. She married George Blaisdell.

iii. Hannah D. Pinkerton, born February 03, 1806.

31 iv. Sarah Gilbert Pinkerton, born November 12, 1808 in Boscawen, Merrimac County, New Hampshire; died July 28, 1876 in Iowa; married John Barker Robertson 1826 in New Hampshire.

v. Mary F. Pinkerton, born April 21, 1810.

vi. David Pinkerton, born November 03, 1813. He married Mary Ann Hitchcock.

vii. Moody M. Pinkerton, born December 09, 1815. He married Jane Clarke.

viii. James B. Pinkerton, born October 24, 1818.

Generation No. 7

64. Zadok Street, born October 08, 1751 in Mannington Twp., Salem County, New Jersey; died October 28, 1807 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. Burial: Salem Cem., Columbiana County, Ohio. No trace of teh cemetery remains. He was the son of 128. Peter Street and 129. Elizabeth Street. He married 65. Eunice Silver April 05, 1775 in Salem County, New Jersey. Little is known about the early life of Zadok Street. Sources differ as to whether he was born in England or New Jersey. The 1895 Street Genealogy names his parents as Peter and Elizabeth Street. No other documentation has been found, nor any information on possible siblings.  A Fogg Genealogy says Zadok was a clock maker. In 1786, Zadok purchased LeFever Creek, a 190-acre plantation near Salem, New Jersey. In 1805, Zadok sold his real estate in New Jersey and set out for Ohio, carrying all his holdings in five Conestoga wagons and reportedly in possession of $9,000 in gold coin. He settled in Columbiana County and laid out a town named Salem. He recorded the plat on May 6, 1806.

65. Eunice Silver, born September 13, 1751 in New Jersey; died August 25, 1828 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. Burial: Salem Cem., Columbiana County, Ohio. She was the daughter of (130.) Aaron Silver and (131.) Anna Hall.

Children of Zadok Street and Eunice Silver are:

i. William Street, born November 10, 1775; (32.) ii. Aaron Street, Sr., born May 07, 1778 in Salem, Salem County, New Jersey; died July 25, 1848 in Salem, Henry County, Iowa; married (1) Mary Ann Pedrick May 23, 1799 in Pilesgrove MM, Salem County, New Jersey; married (2) Cecelia Donovan February 22, 1815 in Christian County, Kentucky; iii. Anna Street, born August 17, 1784; iv. Lydia Street, born January 01, 1789.

66. Isaac Pedrick, born March 03, 1754; died about 1836 in Caesar's Creek, Warren County, Ohio. He was the son of 132. William Pedrick and 133. Mary Silver. He married 67. Hannah Osborne 1777 in Little Egg Harbor MM, Salem County, New Jersey.

67. Hannah Osborne, born December 13, 1757; died May 13, 1846 in Caesar's Creek, Warren County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 134. Richard Osborne, Jr. and 135. Phoebe Pearsall.

Children of Isaac Pedrick and Hannah Osborne are: i. Phebe Pedrick, born October 16, 1777; (33.) ii. Mary Ann Pedrick, born September 21, 1780 in Pedricktown, Salem County, New Jersey; died about 1813 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio; married Aaron Street, Sr. May 23, 1799 in Pilesgrove MM, Salem County, New Jersey; iii. Martha Pedrick, born September 21, 1780; iv. Lydia Pedrick, born April 23, 1788; v. Hannah Pedrick, born July 15, 1790; vi. William Pedrick, born December 09, 1792; vii. Richard Pedrick, born about 1795; viii. Elihu Pedrick, born about 1797; ix. Clayton Pedrick, born about 1799.

68. Thomas Clark, born 1755 in London, England; died February 09, 1813 in Illinois. He married 69. Jennie McHenry May 15, 1780 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

69. Jennie McHenry, died October 14, 1790.

Children of Thomas Clark and Jennie McHenry are: i. Elizabeth Clark, born April 07, 1781; ii. Anna Clark, born February 17, 1783; iii. Thomas C. Clark, born February 24, 1785; (34.) iv. William McHenry Clark, born December 27, 1788; died 1864 in Union County, Illinois; married Margaret.

74. Thomas Forker

Child of Thomas Forker is: (37.) i. Rachel Forker, died 1842 in Kentucky; married James Purcell August 15, 1805 in Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky.

76. Joseph Stith, born September 06, 1759 in Campbell County, Virginia; died November 03, 1837 in Vine Grove, Meade County, Kentucky. Burial: Ekron Cemetery, Meade County, Kentucky. He was the son of 152. Richard Stith and 153. Lucy Cocke Hall. He married 77. Nancy Cocke September 08, 1782 in Campbell County, Kentucky.

77. Nancy Cocke, born April 29, 1761 in Virginia; died February 16, 1842 in Meade County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of 154. George Cocke and 155. Agnes.

Children of Joseph Stith and Nancy Cocke are: i. William Bathurst Stith, born May 02, 1784; 38 ii. Richard L. Stith, born January 26, 1786 in Meade County, Kentucky; died October 25, 1844 in Kentucky; married Elizabeth Ann Jordan May 20, 1804; iii. Thomas Bathurst Stith, born January 23, 1788; iv. John (Rev. Jack) Stith, born January 21, 1790; v. Mary Polly Stith, born March 07, 1792; vi. Elizabeth Buckner Stith, born June 16, 1794; vii. Buckner Bathurst Stith, born September 12, 1796; viii. Nancy Ann Stith, born September 08, 1798; ix. Joseph Bathurst Stith, born December 27, 1800; x. Martha Patricia Stith, born June 03, 1803.

84. David White He married 85. Elizabeth Sophia Kilbourne.

85. Elizabeth Sophia Kilbourne, born November 02, 1786. She was the daughter of 170. Samuel Kilbourne and 171. Elizabeth Stillman.

Child of David White and Elizabeth Kilbourne is: (42.) i. George Kilbourne White, born May 27, 1808 in Buckland, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; died October 05, 1852 in Aimsville, Oneida County, New York; married Mary Polly Strong January 24, 1827 in New York.

86. Adonijah Strong, Jr., born 1773 in Connecticut; died April 17, 1809 in East Hampton, Connecticut - drowned in the Salmon River while crossing on horseback. He was the son of 172. Adonijah Strong and 173. Mary "Polly" Kellogg. He married 87. Elizabeth Cooke September 11, 1794 in Connecticut. There were eight children: Lizzie, Lydie, Charlotte "Lottie", Lucy, Julia, Hannah, Charles and Polly.

87. Elizabeth Cooke, born 1774; died August 14, 1851. She was the daughter of 174. Moses Cook and 175. Elizabeth Cone. Elizabeth was described as blue-eyed with light hair

Children of Adonijah Strong and Elizabeth Cooke are: i. Elizabeth Strong, born 1795; ii. Charlotte Strong, born January 18, 1797; iii. Lydia Strong, born December 05, 1798; iv. Lucy Strong, born October 11, 1800; v. Hannah Strong, born October 08, 1802; vi. Charles Adonijah Strong, born July 06, 1804; (43) vii. Mary Polly Strong, born November 03, 1808 in Connecticut; died August 18, 1848 in Aimsville, Oneida County, New York; married George Kilbourne White January 24, 1827 in New York.

88. John Fawcett, born January 14, 1770; died 1815. He was the son of 176. Thomas Fawcett and 177. Martha Branson. He married 89. Mary Painter April 11, 1792 in Crooked Run MM, Frederick County, Virginia.

89. Mary Painter, born November 12, 1769. She was the daughter of 178. John Painter and 179. Susannah B. Stratton.

Children of John Fawcett and Mary Painter are: (44.) i. Robert Fawcett, born November 01, 1792 in Crooked Run MM, Frederick County, Virginia; died August 01, 1874 in Greene County, Ohio; married Mary Pickering September 29, 1813 in New Hope MM, Greene County, Ohio; ii. Atlantic Fawcett, born December 19, 1794; iii. Joshua Fawcett, born June 14, 1796; iv. Susannah Fawcett, born February 25, 1798; v. John Fawcett, born June 10, 1799; vi. Sarah Fawcett, born January 18, 1801; vii. Mahlon Fawcett, born September 15, 1802; viii. Dorcas Fawcett, born March 13, 1804; ix. Nancy Fawcett, born January 03, 1806; x. Washington Fawcett, born April 20, 1808; xi. Lucinda Fawcett, born July 04, 1810; xii. Thomas Fawcett, born July 16, 1813.

90. John Pickering, born February 23, 1752 in Berkeley County, Virginia; died 1796 in Frederick County, Virginia. He was the son of 180. William Pickering and 181. Sarah Wright. He married 91. Jane Ellis October 18, 1775 in Hopewell MM, Frederick County, Virginia.

91. Jane Ellis, born November 21, 1755; died 1796. She was the daughter of 182. Enos Ellis and 183. Elizabeth Coulson.

Children of John Pickering and Jane Ellis are: i. Elizabeth Pickering; ii. Enos Pickering; iii. Jane Pickering; iv. John Pickering; v. Joshua Pickering; vi. Rachel Pickering; vii. Sarah Pickering; viii. William Pickering; ix. Rebeckah Pickering, born 1791; (45) x. Mary Pickering, born May 30, 1793 in Virginia; died December 07, 1860 in Greene/Clinton County, Ohio; married Robert Fawcett September 29, 1813 in New Hope MM, Greene County, Ohio.

92. David Painter, born November 01, 1761 in Frederick County, Virginia; died May 24, 1843 in Paintersville, New Hope MM, Greene County, Ohio. He was the son of 178. John Painter and 179. Susannah B. Stratton. He married 93. Martha "Patsy" Faulkner February 08, 1786 in Middle Creek MM, Frederick County, Virginia.

93. Martha "Patsy" Faulkner, born March 12, 1764 in Berkeley County, Virginia; died July 30, 1839 in Paintersville, New Hope MM, Greene County, Ohio. Burial: New Hope Cemetery., Greene County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 186. Jesse Faulkner and 187. Martha Smith.

Children of David Painter and Martha Faulkner are: i. Hannah Painter, born November 17, 1786 Frederick County, Virginia; married John Horney Anderson 1806 at Crooked Run MM, Frederick County, Virginia. John fought in the war of 1812; ii. Jesse Painter, born January 01, 1789 Frederick County, Virginia. He died September 12, 1867 in Paintersville, Miami County, Ohio. He was a blacksmith/merchant and fought in the war of 1812; iii. Jacob Painter, born August 21, 1794 Frederick County, Virginia, died 1846 Paintersville, Miami County, Ohio; (46) iv. Thomas Painter, born May 23, 1797 in Frederick County, Virginia; died October 09, 1873 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Mary Williams August 17, 1820 in Clear Creek MM, Clinton County, Ohio.

94. William Williams, born August 27, 1774; died November 13, 1860 in Penn Twp., Highland County, Ohio. Burial: Clear Creek MM, Clinton County, Ohio. He was the son of 188. Owen Williams and 189. Catherine Crawford. He married 95. Phoebe Mendenhall May 10, 1797 in Deep River MM, Guilford County, North Carolina.

95. Phoebe Mendenhall, born October 07, 1777; died June 01, 1857 in Penn Twp., Highland County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 190. Joseph Mendenhall and 191. Elizabeth Sell.

Children of William Williams and Phoebe Mendenhall are: i. Katharine Williams, born July 01, 1798; 47 ii. Mary Williams, born December 28, 1800; died August 02, 1890 in Hesper, Winneshiek County, Iowa; married Thomas Painter August 17, 1820 in Clear Creek MM, Clinton County, Ohio; iii. Josiah Williams, born January 15, 1803; iv. Robert Williams, born February 22, 1805; v. Joseph Williams, born May 23, 1810; vi. John Williams, born August 14, 1812; vii. Elizabeth Williams, born June 05, 1814; viii. Ann Williams, born October 10, 1816; ix. Jonathan Williams, born April 17, 1820; x. Phebe Williams, born May 16, 1827.

96. Joseph Quaintance, born January 17, 1754 in East Caln, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died July 17, 1840 in Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. He was the son of 192. William Quaintance and 193. . He married 97. Susannah Fisher December 10, 1778 in West Caln, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

97. Susannah Fisher, born June 07, 1755 in Chester County, Pennsylvania; died October 20, 1841 in Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 194. Samuel Fisher and 195. Anna Lamborn.

Children of Joseph Quaintance and Susannah Fisher are: i. Samuel Quaintance, born September 29, 1779; ii. William Quaintance, born January 25, 1783; (48) iii. Eli Quaintance, born December 17, 1785 in Delaware; died September 04, 1841 in Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio; married Elizabeth Kirk November 21, 1810 in Plymouth MM, Jefferson/Washington County, Ohio; iv. Ann Quaintance, born May 15, 1788; v. Suzannah Quaintance, born February 04, 1791; vi. Fisher John Quaintance, born October 12, 1793; vii. John Quaintance, born 1795.

98. William Kirk, born December 21, 1746 in Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1841 in Jefferson/Belmont County, Ohio. He was the son of 196. Timothy Kirk and 197. Sarah Williams. He married 99. Rachel Hutton 1772 in Warrington MM, York County, Pennsylvania.

99. Rachel Hutton, born August 21, 1750 in New Garden MM, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 198. Joseph Hutton and 199. Betty Willis.

Children of William Kirk and Rachel Hutton are: i. Susan Kirk; ii. Caleb Kirk, born 1777; iii. Sarah Kirk, born 1781; iv. Rachel Kirk, born 1783; v. Timothy Kirk, born 1785; (49.) vi. Elizabeth Kirk, born January 26, 1791 in Loudoun County, Virginia; died August 14, 1863 in Ohio; married Eli Quaintance November 21, 1810 in Plymouth MM, Jefferson/Washington County, Ohio; vii. William Kirk, born 1809.

100. Stephen McBride, born February 10, 1759 in Hampshire County, Virginia; died March 03, 1837 in Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio. Burial: Sandy Springs, Columbiana County, Ohio. He was the son of 200. James McBride and 201. Sarah Ann Edwards. He married 101. Hannah Smith 1780 in Frederick County, Virginia.

101. Hannah Smith, born March 21, 1761 in Frederick County, Virginia; died December 24, 1823 in Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio. Burial: Sandy Springs, Columbiana County, Ohio. She was the daughter of 202. Jeremiah Smith and 203. Betty Unknown.

Children of Stephen McBride and Hannah Smith are: (50) i. John McBride, born September 06, 1782 in Hopewell MM, Frederick County, Virginia; died March 15, 1847 in Mt. Gilead, Ohio; married Ann Carter Maloy August 11, 1803 in Hopewell MM, Frederick County, Virginia; ii. Stephen McBride, born June 16, 1783; iii. Ann McBride, born January 04, 1785; iv. James McBride, born October 31, 1786; v. Jeremiah McBride, born July 18, 1788; vi. Evan McBride, born May 15, 1790; vii. Mary McBride, born May 12, 1792; viii. Hannah McBride, born May 09, 1794; ix. Samuel McBride, born December 27, 1795; x. Andrew McBride, born November 08, 1797; xi. Charity McBride, born September 1800; xii. Betsey McBride, born October 31, 1802; xiii. Abraham McBride, born December 03, 1805.

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