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Deborah Moore

F
     Deborah married Richard B. Jackson.

Children of Deborah Moore and Richard B. Jackson

Alice Howell

F, b. 16 Feb 1754, d. 22 Jul 1835
      Alice Howell was born on 16-Feb-1754 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. Alice married Joseph Iddings, son of William Iddings and Hannah Lewis, on 12-Oct-1775 at New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina. Alice Howell died on 22-Jul-1835 at Deep River Mm, North Carolina, at age 81.

Phebe Wilkinson

F, b. 1755, d. 1818
Phebe Wilkinson|b. 1755\nd. 1818|p31.htm#i11513|Evan Wilkinson||p342.htm#i260882||||||||||||||||
      Phebe Wilkinson was born in 1755 at Possibly, East Caln Twp., Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Evan Wilkinson. Phebe married Benjamin Iddings Sr., son of William Iddings and Hannah Lewis, in 1776 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. Phebe Wilkinson died in 1818 at Newton Twp., Miami County, Ohio. Phebe was buried at Old Union Cemetery, Newton Twp., Miami County, Ohio.

James Dixon

M, b. 1781, d. 22 Dec 1848
      James Dixon was born in 1781. James married Ann Iddings, daughter of James Iddings and Mary Peirce. James Dixon died on 22-Dec-1848.

Mordicai Moore Jackson

M
Mordicai Moore Jackson||p31.htm#i11609|Richard B. Jackson||p34.htm#i15170|Deborah Moore||p31.htm#i11382|||||||||||||
     Mordicai Moore Jackson was the son of Richard B. Jackson and Deborah Moore. Mordicai married Hannah Iddings, daughter of James Iddings and Mary Peirce, on 11-Dec-1807.

Hannah Hoopes

F, b. 22 Feb 1790, d. 20 Nov 1875
Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|Joshua Hoopes|b. 29 Jun 1704\nd. 19 Oct 1769|p73.htm#i32938|Hannah Ashbridge|b. 26 Apr 1716\nd. 28 Aug 1793|p75.htm#i33009|Francis Hickman|b. 27 May 1708|p68.htm#i30821|Ann Marshall|b. 18 Sep 1719|p68.htm#i30822|

Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hannah Hoopes was born on 22-Feb-1790 at Westtown, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Ezra Hoopes and Ann Hickman. Hannah married Joseph Iddings, son of James Iddings and Mary Peirce, on 25-Dec-1813 at Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Hannah married Joseph Iddings, son of James Iddings and Mary Peirce, on 25-Dec-1813 at Boot Tavern, Goshen Twp., Chester County, Pennsylvania. Hannah Hoopes died on 20-Oct-1875 at Pennsylvania at age 85. She died on 20-Nov-1875 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 85. Hannah was buried at Savannah Church Cemetery, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
      Was disowned from Goshen Friends Meeting for being married by a Magistrate and to a person not a Quaker. She inherited 375 pounds from her father's estate. Her six sisters inherited sums from 250 to 375 pounds. Brothers Caleb and Ezra wer executors of their father's estate.

Census30-Aug-1850Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 660.00

Children of Hannah Hoopes and Joseph Iddings

Beulah Fisher

F, b. 29 Jan 1781, d. 3 Jun 1848
Beulah Fisher|b. 29 Jan 1781\nd. 3 Jun 1848|p31.htm#i11625|William Fisher||p34.htm#i14530|Sarah (Unknown)||p34.htm#i14531|||||||||||||
      Beulah Fisher was born on 29-Jan-1781 at Centre County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of William Fisher and Sarah (Unknown). Beulah married John Iddings, son of William Iddings and Hannah Scarlet. Beulah married Andrew Thompson. Beulah Fisher died on 3-Jun-1848 at age 67.

Hannah Iddings

F, b. 20 Mar 1820, d. 17 Jan 1910
Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hannah Iddings was born on 20-Mar-1820 at West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Hannah Iddings was born on 16-Apr-1820 at West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Hannah married Martin Luther Reno, son of Benjamin Reno and Catherine Swick, on 18-Mar-1841. Hannah Iddings died on 17-Jan-1910 at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, at age 89. She died on 17-Jan-1910 at Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 89. Hannah was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
      She was called "Little Grandmother."

She a Quaker.
Census30-Aug-1850Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, real estate value $2,000.00
Census25-Jun-1880Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Children of Hannah Iddings and Martin Luther Reno

Gilbert Montier De Lafayette Reno

M, b. 6 Feb 1843, d. 17 Feb 1912
Gilbert Montier De Lafayette Reno|b. 6 Feb 1843\nd. 17 Feb 1912|p31.htm#i11671|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Gilbert Montier De Lafayette Reno was born on 6-Feb-1843 at Sewickley Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Gilbert married Mary W. Allen, daughter of John Allen and Maude Esther Miller, on 2-Nov-1865 at Shenango Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Gilbert Montier De Lafayette Reno died on 17-Feb-1912 at Shenango, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 69. Gilbert was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Lafayette Reno. He was also known as Gilbert Lafayette Reno. He began military service on 27-Jun-1863; enlisted in Company A., 55th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment. He ended military service on 26-Aug-1863; mustered out Company A., 55th Pensylvania Infantry Regiment.

GILBERT LAFAYETTE RENO
[p. 144] is a representative of one of the oldest families in Lawrence County, and is engaged in farming in Shenango toanship; he was born in North Sewickley township, Beaver County, Feb. 6, 1843. The Reno family is said to be of French origin, and the original orthography is said to have been Renault, which was pronounced the same as it is now. It is on this ground that the claim of the family is based to large tracts of land in and about Peoria, Ill., which were granted to Renault, one of the early explorers and missionaries of the Valley of the Illinois River. Our subject is a son of Martin and Hannah (Iddings) Reno. The latter was born near West Chester, Pa., in the year 1820, and was a daughter of Joseph and Hannah (Hoopes) Iddings, both of Quaker stock, of Eastern Pennsylvania. Notwithstanding his Quaker prejudices and beliefs, Joseph Iddings was a participant in the War of 1812. Martin Reno was born in Sewickley township, Beaver County, July 11, 1816, and died on Feb. 28, 1891. He was a farmer by occupation. Martin Reno was a son of Benjamin and Catherine (Swick) Reno. Benjamin was born in Beaver County about 1785 and died about 1860; he was a farmer, and was also versed in the chemist's profession. In the War of 1812, he was present at the Battle of Lake Erie. Benjamin Reno was a son of William Reno, a farmer and bridge-builder, who lost his life at Beaver Dam by falling from a bridge he was constructing and breaking his neck. Our subject was reared in Shenango township since his third year, at which time his father moved to the township and bought a large tract near the township's center from John Reno, his brother, one of the pioneers of the county, to whom a patent for the land was issued April 6, 1787, before the adoption of the Constitution, and signed by Benjamin Franklin. This old parchment is still extant and is owned by a brother of Mr. Reno, who is living on the old farm, and is considered a valuable old relic of early days. Mr. Reno attended district school until he was eighteen years of age, and supplemented this elementary education with collegiate work at the college at Edinburg until he was twenty-one years of age. He commenced teaching school at the age of eighteen, and thereafter taught several winter terms, his summers being occupied in farm work. When he attained his majority, he bought his present farm, and two years later married and began a successful and thus far happy career. He owns seventy-eight acres, which are for the most part utilized in growing fruit and vegetables, for which ready market is found at New Castle, some five or six miles away. During the late war at the time of the raids in Pennsylvania by the irregular rebel general, Morgan, Mr. Reno served in the State militia some three months. Mr. Reno was married Nov. 2, 1865, in Shenango township, to Mary W. Allen, who was born in that township, a daughter of John M. and Esther (Miller) Allen, the latter a daughter of Moses Miller, a soldier of the War of 1812. Moses Miller was a miller by trade as well as by name; his wife's, name before her marriage to him was Jane Gaston. John M. Allen, a son of Jacob and Eleanor (Munson) Allen, the former a soldier of the War of 1812, was a farmer of Shenango township, and died in the above township where he had spent his life March 12, 1897, aged eighty-four years and six months. Eight children constitute the family of Mr. Reno and his wife, as follows: Charles B., who is farming in Shenango township; Ellis C., who is farming in Slippery Rock township; G. Laurice; Eva Josephine, the wife of Daniel W. Ferree of Slippery Rock township; A. Curtis; Francis H; Cora L; Verna Mary. Mrs. Reno and family are members of the Baptist Church. In politics, Mr. Reno is a Prohibitionist, and has served as auditor for the township. He is a member of the P. of Husbandry, and of Hazel Dell Grange, No. 333. Our subject entertains decided opinions on all subjects of national or state-wide interest; these opinions are reached with deliberation, and the conclusions arrived at after much thlought, consequently when once formed they are not liable to change, and he advocates them with the courage of one who believes he is right and dares to maintain his belief. He is considered an important factor of the business and industrial interests of the township, aiding materially in developing its resources, and receives his reward in the esteem and confidence of its citizens.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/lawrence/1897/renogl.htm.

Census30-Aug-1850with father, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Census11-Aug-1870Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 14,000.00, personal property 1,100.00
Census21-Jun-1880Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Census5-Jun-1900Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, 8 children, 8 living
Census16-Apr-1910Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, a widower
Census-Occ11-Aug-1870a farmer
Census-Occ21-Jun-1880a farmer
Census-Occ16-Apr-1910a painter

Samuel Pressley Reno

M, b. 31 Jan 1852, d. 29 May 1905
Samuel Pressley Reno|b. 31 Jan 1852\nd. 29 May 1905|p31.htm#i11672|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Samuel Pressley Reno was born on 31-Jan-1852 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Samuel married Susan Hannah Thomas, daughter of Emmor Thomas and Hannah Fairlamb, in 1877. Samuel Pressley Reno died on 29-May-1905 at Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 53. Samuel was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

Mary Iddings

F, b. 3 Oct 1814, d. 12 Oct 1896
Mary Iddings|b. 3 Oct 1814\nd. 12 Oct 1896|p31.htm#i11810|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Iddings was born on 3-Oct-1814 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Mary married (Unknown) Reed. Mary Iddings died on 12-Oct-1896 at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, at age 82.
Census30-Aug-1850with mother, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Ezra Hoopes Iddings

M, b. 24 Apr 1816, d. 9 Jul 1871
Ezra Hoopes Iddings|b. 24 Apr 1816\nd. 9 Jul 1871|p31.htm#i11811|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ezra Hoopes Iddings was born on 24-Apr-1816 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Ezra married Mary Jane Clark in 1844. Ezra Hoopes Iddings died on 9-Jul-1871 at Wayne, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 55.

Ann Iddings

F, b. 21 Mar 1818, d. 15 Sep 1821
Ann Iddings|b. 21 Mar 1818\nd. 15 Sep 1821|p31.htm#i11812|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ann Iddings was born on 21-Mar-1818. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Ann Iddings died on 15-Sep-1821 at age 3.

Elizabeth B. Iddings

F, b. 15 Aug 1822, d. 10 Nov 1889
Elizabeth B. Iddings|b. 15 Aug 1822\nd. 10 Nov 1889|p31.htm#i11813|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth B. Iddings was born on 15-Aug-1822 at West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Elizabeth married Amos Leonard circa 1850 at Of, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth B. Iddings died on 10-Nov-1889 at Mich., Michigan, at age 67.

Sarah Lukens Iddings

F, b. 15 Dec 1823, d. 2 May 1915
Sarah Lukens Iddings|b. 15 Dec 1823\nd. 2 May 1915|p31.htm#i11814|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Lukens Iddings was born on 15-Dec-1823 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Sarah married Hugh Anderson McKee on 12-Dec-1844. Sarah Lukens Iddings died on 2-May-1915 at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, at age 91.

Caleb Iddings

M, b. 15 Jul 1826, d. 13 Oct 1828
Caleb Iddings|b. 15 Jul 1826\nd. 13 Oct 1828|p31.htm#i11815|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Caleb Iddings was born on 15-Jul-1826 at West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Caleb Iddings died on 13-Oct-1828 at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, at age 2.

Phebe Ann Iddings

F, b. 14 Jul 1828, d. 14 Apr 1915
Phebe Ann Iddings|b. 14 Jul 1828\nd. 14 Apr 1915|p31.htm#i11816|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Phebe Ann Iddings was born on 14-Jul-1828 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Phebe married John Cannon Reed on 13-Mar-1851 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Phebe Ann Iddings died on 14-Apr-1915 at Savannah Cemetery, Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 86.
Census30-Aug-1850with mother, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Lavinah Iddings

F, b. 12 May 1833, d. 27 Sep 1929
Lavinah Iddings|b. 12 May 1833\nd. 27 Sep 1929|p31.htm#i11817|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|James Iddings|b. 1759\nd. 3 Aug 1811|p30.htm#i10598|Mary Peirce|b. 16 Apr 1760\nd. 1 Jul 1828|p30.htm#i10603|Ezra Hoopes|b. 31 Jul 1751\nd. 15 Oct 1811|p32.htm#i14330|Ann Hickman|b. circa 1750\nd. 17 Sep 1833|p32.htm#i14331|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lavinah Iddings was born on 12-May-1833 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes. Lavinah married James Davis on 1-Nov-1855. Lavinah Iddings died on 27-Sep-1929 at Shenango, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 96.
Census30-Aug-1850with mother, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Mary Jane Clark

F, b. 25 Aug 1823, d. 6 Oct 1874
      Mary Jane Clark was born on 25-Aug-1823. Mary married Ezra Hoopes Iddings, son of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes, in 1844. Mary Jane Clark died on 6-Oct-1874 at Wayne, Wayne County, Michigan, at age 51.
      660 HOOPES.

Lucian Reno

F, b. 16 Mar 1842, d. 16 Apr 1842
Lucian Reno|b. 16 Mar 1842\nd. 16 Apr 1842|p31.htm#i11825|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lucian Reno was born on 16-Mar-1842 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Lucian Reno died on 20-Mar-1842. She died on 16-Apr-1842 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

Joseph Iddings Reno

M, b. 22 Sep 1845, d. 20 Jan 1917
Joseph Iddings Reno|b. 22 Sep 1845\nd. 20 Jan 1917|p31.htm#i11826|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Joseph Iddings Reno was born on 22-Sep-1845 at New Castle, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Joseph married Caroline Hazen on 28-Nov-1867 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Joseph Iddings Reno died on 20-Jan-1917 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 71.
     He began military service on 2-Sep-1864. He enlisted in Co Battery I, 6th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Regiment on 2-Sep-1864. He ended military service on 13-Jun-1865 at Fort Ethan Allen, Virgina. He resided at at Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania, in 1880.





He went west in covered wagon days when father was only a few months old. He camped nearby the night of the battle of the Little Big Horn (1876), and when they received word of what had happened, grandmother said, 'if the U.S. Army can't protect itself, this is no place for us. Let's go home'. He had purchased land where Lincoln, Nebraska, now stands, but sold it too soon. He was one of Buffalo Bill's scouts who hunted meat for the crews who were building the Union Pacific R.R., and met him many years later when Buffalo Bill was on circus tour. He had taken my brother Norman to meet him, and 'BB' said, 'well, Joe Reno, it's been a long time' 'grandfather told many stories of his days in the west, and a few years ago we six children got together and recorded on tape all we could remember of those tales. He stretched the truth and got some civil war experiences also, as he mustered out at the age of 18 (served 2 yrs in union artillery). We have his pencil-written diary of those days...(now in hands of Richard St.John, Culpeper, Va.) Given to our oldest son, Richard, who was the next one in the family to serve in the armed forces... 'One day, early in 1889, grandfather came in from chores and said something to this effect: 'Carrie, throw something into the wagon, and we'll go see the opening of the Oklahoma Territory neighbors will take care of the cows here.', and so it was that they left the breakfast dishes on the table, shut the front door without locking it, and went for the 'opening'. Later they came home and washed the dishes what an adventure for a 14 year old boy and his siblings'(told by Carrie Reno St.John) Mrs. St.John also tells an interesting story about the horse which ran away with Jake Reno, killing him. The rest of the family wanted to shoot 'old prince' for this deed, but Joseph Iddings insisted the horse was not to be held accountable. He drove him west on the old covered wagon trip referred to above. Old Prince broke a leg somewhere in the midwest and again, Joseph Iddings saved him from being shot. Prince was turned loose, recovered and was picked up on the return trip to Pennsylvania. Civil war diary: Thurs. Sep 1, 1864 - walked to new castle before daylight. Took the train at 5:00. Reached N.B. By sunup. Ate breakfast at 7:00. Dined at 1:00 and prepared to take train for Palestine at quarter of 4:00 but were detained by an accident for three quarters of an hour in which time I fell in with a singing teacher, mr. Charles s. The car we were in would strike the ties and bounce till everything would jingle. We reached Palestine at 6:00. Ate our supper and started for the singing which we reached at about quarter of 8:00. Fri. Sep 2 - left the city of at about half past 7. Reached Pal 9. Took the train at nine and 1/2 and reached N.B. About noon. Then I run around till about grub time when I went to the gard house got my supper and run around till night. There was a fellow brot a bottle to our quarters and it was strange to see how cute they passed it round. We had a hard bed but lots of fun. Sat morning, sep 3 - I have had my breakfast and am alright. I took a french twice and was all over town but they found me out andI went back. I took the train at 2 and got to Pitts at about 4. Then we were stuffed in an old room as tight as we could stand for about an hour and a half. Some of the fellows mashed out the windows. We left for camp about dark which we reached after a wet ride and a slippy walk about 9 ocl then we had to stand round in the rain about an hour at last they marched us in the eating quarters where I enjoyed a pleasant sleep. Sep 4th - we got our breakfast this morning about 8:00 which consisted of one cracker and a piece of pork. We got our dinner and supper about 2 it is still raining and it is pretty windy. Sep 5th - nothing of much note transpired but it rained all day by spurts. Tues morning sep 6th - we were organized this morning before breakfast. We had something over a full company. Sep 6th this evening I saw the sun for the first time since I came to camp. Sep 10th-64 - there has been nothing transpired of any account since the 6th and not much then. This morning we went out to reorganize and some of our fellows were absent so we had to go back. Today I drew bread three times which made me a meal and a half if I did not play them a slip I would not get half enough. Sat evening sep 10 - this evening we got the news that we were threw out of Col Gallops Regt but they say that we will get into Col Ramses Regt which will suit us just as well if we only got into it. Tues eve sep 13 - today we were marched out and organized into a Regt. This afternoon Col Gallops Regt marched down to the railroad and laid there till about sundown. Two carloads have gone and the 3rd car is loading. When it gets started it will make about 16 or 17 hundred men. The band consists of 14 buglers one snare one brass drum and one with brass plates which made a good bit of noise. Thurs 15th - we drew our rations today and marched down to the cars about 4:00 a.m. And layd down there till dark. We were put into a freight train at last we got started. Presently we laid down and slept pretty well. When we waked up we were about 100 miles from Harrisburgh yet when we got within a few mi of Harris we took a cross out for Baltimore. Sat 17th - this morning when we waked up we were in the edge of Baltimore. We packed up and marched a mile or two into the town. Laid round a while and then got our breakfast. There were plenty of pretty girls in little York but I could see nothing but darkies in Baltimore. We left Baltimore about noon and reached Washington at sunset. We got supper about 9 after laying round for about 2 hrs. Washington sep 18th - this city as well as Baltimore is full of negroes. I heard a sermon this morning from a sound abolitionist. A Regt has just arrived who have been in the field for 3 years. There is left only 140 men of the whole Regt. This evening we drew our arms about dusk and did not get through and supper over till about 9 or 10. This morning we drew 40 round of ammunition and started about 8 or 9 and reached this camp about 2 after a very dusty march. This is a very nice place. We are not in the fort yet. Fort Marcy sep 20th - last night we drew our rations about sundown which were full of bugs and worms. We then laid down to sleep with ground for our floor and the sky for our roof and got up this morning feeling very well after a good night's sleep. We had company drill today for the first time. Sep 21 - today we left Fort Marcy and came to Chain Bridge. This is also a nice place but sickly. Chainbridge sep 24th - this morning I went on guard for the first time. It went pretty well. I got my first letter from home today. Sunday morning 25th - it has been very windy during the night. It still blows pretty brisk. Last night it came pretty near blowing me off the fort. We drew our clothes but they are not distributed yet. Wednesday sep 28 - fort. This evening we received marching orders so we had to pack up our knapsacks. 9 o'clock came and we went to bed. Thursday morning - I went on guard and was relieved about 3 in the afternoon. I went to the barracks packed up again ate my supper and started for fort Ethan Allen about 4. We went about a mile past and sat down till dark. We then started and marched till 10 when we halted and put up for the night. It rained enough to wet the blankets so as to make them heavy. I lent both my coats which made my load pretty light. Fri sep 30th - this morning we had our breakfast (about half rations) and were on the march by sunup. We reached Alexander about 10 or 11 and were marched into the cars to start and did not know when. We soon started and went pretty fast. We went about 20 miles and stopped. We laid there an hour or two and then came about 5 miles back where we now are. We found it a pretty hard looking place. It is now about six and we have had no dinner yet. Oct 1st - this morning we fixed up our cabins. We had not more than got them up when it commenced raining and kept it up all day and night. Sun morning 2nd - it has quit raining and i have to go on guard. Last nite one of the guards got scared and run in for nothing. There was two Regts of calvary passed yesterday. They all had pretty good horses. Monday morning - last night when i was on guard I heard signal sounds whether they were rebs or not I do not know. Oct 4th - last nite one of our pickets got scared and run in which made a good deal of sport at his expense. We cut a chestnut tree today and had all the nuts we wanted. Oct 5th - last nite I could hear the guns down at white plains where the rebs attacked our trains. They had some skirmishing there was not much blood spilt you may bet. Oct 10 - there is a pretty brisk frost this morning. The ground is froz a little. Sat Oct 15th-62 - I have been on duty every day this week. Last tuesday 3 of our men were shot by guerillas which made a little stir. Last night I went to headquarters and when I came back they were waiting for an attack but there was none. I stood 7 hours without intermition. Oct 18th - yesterday the news came that there was 200 cavalry on hand so we got out and layed behind the brestworks 2 or 3 hours. Then we got our supper and thought to have some sleep. We just got at it when we had the orders to fall in which we did midling well. We went but did not see any thing. We were called out twice more which I didn't like. Nov 1st - two rebs were brought in which took a good game of ball with us. Nov 3rd - received $5 00 (no decimal point shown but space allowed) Nov. 8th - last night we were called out at nine and marched a mile and stopped till 1 or 2 at night. Then we started and marched till sunup where we halted ate our grub and started to camp which we reached at noon. With(out) seeing a reb. Nov.13th - I was on guard today and was relieved about ten o'clock at night and started to Alexandria. We reached there and got our supper about 12 and 1/2 p.m. We laid in the streets that night. The next morning we got our breakfast before sunup. We started for here at 10 am and got within two miles of the place when we laid down in the woods for the night without any dinner or supper. We got up and started in the morning about daylight and got here about 8 o'clock. We got nothing to eat until 5 o'clock that night which made us short four meals, but we have got some now and it is all right. Nov. - spitting snow dec. - about the first commenced drilling on our big guns. Dec. 10 - 4 inches of snow. Dec 31, 1864 - mustered for pay for the 3rd time. 148 men and only 75 privates for duty. Jan.1, 1865 - pretty cool and nothing going on. Jan.9 - inspection by Gen. Durussy. Feb.22-65 - inspection at Ft. Ethan Allen at 10 o'clock. About 4 inches of mud which made nice marching. We went back at 2 in the afternoon and had General Washington's farewell addres read to us after which we had a speach from Col. Jorden which was grand and to wind up with there was about a dozen of our fellows tight and we had grand times. We had some songs from a Vermonter which caused a goot bit of fun. It was as pleasant an afternoon as I have spent for some time. Mar.3th - we signed the payrolls today. Mar.4th 1865 - old Abe took his seat today and a star was seen which they called the star of peace. Great excitement about a rebel raid. Orders to be up at 3 in the morning (on the morning of the 5th) and this child sick and had been for 3 or 4 days. Symptoms of typhoid fever. Mar.5th - we were called out this morning at 3 o'clock and formed into detachments behind the cannons to await their coming till morning. I was not well so I slipped off and went to the fire. Morning came and no rebs in sight yet (poor sight for them. So I laid down and slept till after inspection. Mar.6th - we got our green backs this evening and much drinking. Inside of 24 hours there was more than a dozen in the guardhouse some carrying logs and one tied up to the bridge. March 8 - there is one in the guardhouse yet. We had artillery inspection today by Wilhelm. The frogs have commenced hollering already. March 16th - inspection of knapsacks kanteens haversacks guns and traps and quarters. March 23rd - thunder and rain. April 3, 1865 - the news came today that Richmond was ours which was received with the greatest enthusiasm. A salute of one hundred guns were fired from all the forts around Washington which was a grand spectacle. Gold fell to 8 cts immediately. April 10th - Lee surrendered yesterday and they commenced cannonading this morning at 4 1/2 a.m. This morning papers sold at two prices and soon read of that great enthusiasm amoung the men. April 14th - this is the day 4 years ago that the stars and stripes were taken from Fort Sumpter and today it was replaced. We had a general review and some speeches. * April 15th - last night 10 1/2 o'clock the chief magistrate of the united states was shot and several other outrages that could not have had their origin any place this side of hell. It seems strange that on night so sweet such a full moon could rise. There was a picket line thrown out all along the river. April 18th - yesterday we were patrolling along the river over the rocks and this morning I felt pretty old. Mobile has surrendered and mosbe sent in to be permitted to surrender as lee did. The assassin of the president still at large. April 27th, 1865 - I was up today to see the 19th Corps (or part of it). It is laying near Timbe town. I saw some of my acquaintances but not all. Yesterday e's host was here to see us. April 28th - I saw a flock of swallows today for the first. April 30th - we left the quarters this morning at 7 a.m. For to be mustered. We first had review then inspection and then we were mustered and got to the quarters about 2 oclock. May 1st - about this time the Whippoorills commenced hollering. May 23rd - this is the day that the grand review of the army commenced. There was 70 or 80 thousand passed through today. May 24th - I was down to see the remainder of the procession pass through. There was 4 co. That passed through. First came the 15th then the 17th next the 20th and then the 14th. Some of the flags had nothing left but the staff and a few short rags which were neerly all cheered heartily. The western troops nearly all wore hats and looked large and stout. There was one sap headed citizen there with some soft looking girls that kept up such a clattering that it made me mad. He was up where I could not get at him or I would have knocked him so stiff that he couldn't have clapped his hands for a while I'll bet. June 13th - this evening we were mustered out of the U.S. Service and a good bit of ______ _____ rumors afloat. (east house or cost or coat house).

Census30-Aug-1850with father, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Census11-Aug-1870Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Occupation11-Aug-1870a farmer
Occupationa farmer

Charles Benjamin Reno

M, b. 1 Jul 1849, d. 13 Oct 1865
Charles Benjamin Reno|b. 1 Jul 1849\nd. 13 Oct 1865|p31.htm#i11827|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Charles Benjamin Reno was born on 1-Jul-1849 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Charles Benjamin Reno died on 13-Oct-1865 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 16. Charles was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Charles Bouregard Reno.
Census30-Aug-1850with father, Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Caroline Thomas Reno

F, b. 31 Jul 1855, d. 23 Feb 1874
Caroline Thomas Reno|b. 31 Jul 1855\nd. 23 Feb 1874|p31.htm#i11828|Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Hannah Iddings|b. 20 Mar 1820\nd. 17 Jan 1910|p31.htm#i11670|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Joseph Iddings|b. 25 Nov 1785\nd. 24 Dec 1845|p30.htm#i10606|Hannah Hoopes|b. 22 Feb 1790\nd. 20 Nov 1875|p31.htm#i11610|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Caroline Thomas Reno was born on 31-Jul-1855 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings. Caroline Thomas Reno died on 23-Feb-1874 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 18. Caroline was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

(Unknown) Reed

M
     (Unknown) married Mary Iddings, daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes.

Mary W. Allen

F, b. 6 Sep 1847, d. 26 Feb 1891
Mary W. Allen|b. 6 Sep 1847\nd. 26 Feb 1891|p31.htm#i11834|John Allen||p265.htm#i149018|Maude Esther Miller||p265.htm#i149019|||||||||||||
      Mary W. Allen was born on 6-Sep-1847 at Shenango Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of John Allen and Maude Esther Miller. Mary married Gilbert Montier De Lafayette Reno, son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings, on 2-Nov-1865 at Shenango Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Mary W. Allen died on 26-Feb-1891 at Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 43. Mary was buried after 26-Feb-1891 at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, Shenango, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. She died in 1906.
     She was also known as Maude Ester Allen.
Census11-Aug-1870Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 14,000.00, personal property 1,100.00
Census21-Jun-1880Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Census5-Jun-1900Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, 8 children, 8 living

Caroline Hazen

F, b. 14 May 1850, d. 2 Apr 1919
      Caroline Hazen was born on 14-May-1850 at New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Caroline married Joseph Iddings Reno, son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings, on 28-Nov-1867 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Caroline Hazen died on 2-Apr-1919 at Edinboro, Erie County, Pennsylvania, at age 68.
Census11-Aug-1870Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Susan Hannah Thomas

F, b. 24 Aug 1848, d. 18 Oct 1929
Susan Hannah Thomas|b. 24 Aug 1848\nd. 18 Oct 1929|p31.htm#i11836|Emmor Thomas|b. 13 Sep 1800\nd. 6 Jun 1878|p256.htm#i139630|Hannah Fairlamb|b. 16 Jun 1809|p256.htm#i139631|Mordecia Thomas|b. 21 Jul 1767\nd. 7 May 1827|p76.htm#i33037|Lydia Hoopes|b. 7 Dec 1775\nd. 28 Dec 1855|p76.htm#i33036|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd cousin 2 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Susan Hannah Thomas was born on 24-Aug-1848 at West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Emmor Thomas and Hannah Fairlamb. Susan married Samuel Pressley Reno, son of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings, in 1877. Susan Hannah Thomas died on 18-Oct-1929 at age 81. Susan was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

Amos Leonard

M, b. 9 Oct 1829, d. 12 Mar 1896
      Amos Leonard was born on 9-Oct-1829 at Pennsylvania. Amos married Elizabeth B. Iddings, daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes, circa 1850 at Of, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Amos Leonard died on 12-Mar-1896 at Michigan at age 66.

Hugh Anderson McKee

M, b. 1825, d. 1899
      Hugh Anderson McKee was born in 1825. Hugh married Sarah Lukens Iddings, daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes, on 12-Dec-1844. Hugh Anderson McKee died in 1899.

John Cannon Reed

M, b. 3 May 1826, d. 28 Jan 1895
      John Cannon Reed was born on 3-May-1826 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. John married Phebe Ann Iddings, daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes, on 13-Mar-1851 at Shenango, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. John Cannon Reed died on 28-Jan-1895 at Savannanah Cem., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 68.
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