1860 Fayette County, Ohio Census. Concord Township Page: 885, Database: OH 1860 Federal Census Index
1827 1830 Ezra O Brown 21 M Farmer 21000/1480 Ohio Married this year
1870 Wyandotte County Kansas Census. Shawnee Township Page 555 21 June 1870
30 32 Brown, Ezra O 30 M W Farmer 8000 500 Ohio
1880 Boone County, Indiana Census. Thorntown Township District 114
Ancestry Image 13
Possible Bateman Census Records
1820 Ross County Ohio Census
Bateman, William [Junior???]
1830 Ross County Ohio Census
Page 214 Image 427 Union Township
1840 Ross County Ohio Census
Page 352 Image 149
1850 Ross County Ohio Census - Union Township
Page 112 Image 14-15 5 September 1850 District #130
- Pittsylvania County Marriages
William married Thomas, Elizabeth Marriage Date: 20 Dec 1791
Bateman born about 1745 in Pennsylvania married Mary born about 1750 in
Ross County Marriage Records - Ross County Marriages for the period 1789 through 1850
Bateham, George Hoover, Calista Feb 17, 1837
War of 1812
Military Muster Roll - Second Regiment Ross County
Clement Private 2nd Jones, Samuel L (Capt) Ross Jul 20, 1813 Sept 7, 1813
Original Message -----
Friday, July 30, 2004 9:21 PM
Elizabeth Bateman Brown
have the pension papers of Elizabeth Bateman Brown, filed in 1873 from Wyondatte
County, Kansas for his husband, Peter Brown.
In this file is a request to change her pension address to Thorntown,
Indiana; filed 8/23/1876. In the
1880 Thorntown, Boone County, Indiana, census she is shown living with her
daughter, Louisa Grasberry. This
census shows Elizabeth's father and mother as being born in Ireland.
had a response from Boone County, Thorntown, Indiana. First, Louisa Brown, Elizabeth's youngest daughter, married
John C. Goldsberry not "Grasberry".
It is certainly easy to misread those census records.
their son, Elliott Elroy Goldsberry, died August 21, 1883, and is buried in the
Old Thorntown Cemetery.
found a newspaper article that Lou Goldsberry, wife of John C. and formerly of
Thorntown, died Nov 15, 1893 at Kingsport TN.
John C. Goldsberry and family was living in Hamilton County, Tennessee in
are still looking for any information on Elizabeth Brown.
I have ordered a book on pension payrolls and hope to find Elizabeth's
been a long time coming but I do have more information on Elizabeth Bateman
Brown, Mrs. Peter Brown, Fayette County, Ohio. I joined the Ohio Genealogical
Society and they have provided the following:
Brown is buried in Washington Cemetery, Fayette County near Washington Court
Washington Cemetery Interment Records, 1877-1908 show Elizabeth Brown died
February 20, 1881. I plan to go
back to the Thorntown, Indiana folks and ask them to look for an obit again now
that I have a date of death.
buried close to Peter Brown is a Frank M. Bateman and I will be doing some
research on him to see if there is connection to Elizabeth.
OGS also provided the following from the Chancery and Common Pleas Court
Records, Fayette County, Ohio 1828-1878 which I think you already know:
157--Isaiah Brown vs Mary A. Brown et al of Fay. Co. Peter Brown of Fayette Co. died March 8, 1858 intestate.
Staunton and Jesse Rowe's corner, 1277 3/4 acres on Sugar Creek.
Children of Peter are Peter, Mary A. of Fayette Co.; Martha A. Jamison
late Brown wife of Jacob, Jr.; Eliza King late Brown wife of Wesley King; Jane
Johnson late Brown wife of Payton P.
and William of Stark Co., Ills.; and Sarah Quinn late Brown wife of John W.
Quinn of Clinton Co., Ohio; Louisa, Ezra and Peter, Jr. of Fay. Co.
Peter, Jr. died Oct. 3, 1858 intestate.
Widow of Peter, Sr. is Elizabeth of Fayette County, Ohio."
assume that "the late Brown wife" means they have died.
Right? However, I did not
think Eliza King, e.g. died that soon. I
also knew Peter had a lot of land but 1,277 3/4 acres is a bunch.