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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
Elizabeth A 21 F Penn
Elizabeth 62 F 2000 Virginia (b. 1798)
Mary 44 F Ohio
William -------- cabb ? M Iowa
Margaret Agulon? 8 F Illinois

1870 Wyandotte County Kansas Census. Shawnee Township Page 555 21 June 1870

30 32 Brown, Ezra O 30 M W Farmer 8000 500 Ohio
Julia C 28 F W Keep House Kentucky
James 9 M W Ohio
Homer 10/12 M W Kansas (July)
31 33 Brown, Elizabeth 70 F W Keeping House Virginia (b.1800)
Mary 55 F W Ohio

1880 Boone County, Indiana Census. Thorntown Township District 114 Ancestry Image 13
John C. Grassberry [Goldsberry] 45 <1835> Ohio White Male Millinery And Notions OH OH
Louisa Grassberry [Goldsberry] Wife 43 OH Milliner MD VA
Elrvy Grassberry [Goldsberry] Son 17 OH Works In Printing Office OH OH
Wert Grassberry [Goldsberry] Son 13 OH Clerks In Restaurant OH OH
Anna E. Grassberry [Goldsberry] Dau 4 IN OH OH
Elizabeth Brown Mother in Law 84 VA IRE IRE
Venie Spenser Other Female 23 Clerks In Millinery KY KY
Source Information: Census Place Thorntown, Boone, Indiana Family History Library Film 1254266 NA Film Number T9-0266 Page Number 62A

Possible Bateman Census Records

1820 Ross County Ohio Census

Bateman, William
State: Ohio Year: 1820
County: Ross Roll: M33_92
Township: Chillicothe Page: 230
Image: 165
1 male under 10, 1 male 45 and over, 2 females under 10, 1 female over 45

Bateman, William [Junior???]
State: Ohio Year: 1820
County: Ross Roll: M33_92
Township: Jefferson Page: 265
Image: 200
2 males 10-16, 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-26, 2 in agriculture can't read most of it

1830 Ross County Ohio Census

Page 214 Image 427 Union Township
William Bateman 1 male 10-15, 1 male 45-50, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female under 50
Page 220 Image 439 Union Township
Robert Bateman 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 30-40 [son???]

1840 Ross County Ohio Census

Page 352 Image 149
William Bateman 1 male 60-70, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 50-60
Robert Bateman 1 male 5-10, 1 male 30-40, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 40-50.

1850 Ross County Ohio Census - Union Township

Page 112 Image 14-15 5 September 1850 District #130
1648 1648 William Bateman 75 M W Farmer 1000 PA
Mary 70 F W Virginia
Ann 34 F W Ohio
1649 1649 Robert Bateman 44 M W Farmer PA
Alis 54 F W Maryland
Sarah T 18 F W Ohio
William 17 M W Farmer Ohio
Bateman, Robert Beard, Allice Nov 12, 1828

Virginia - Pittsylvania County Marriages

Bateman, William married Thomas, Elizabeth Marriage Date: 20 Dec 1791

William Bateman born about 1745 in Pennsylvania married Mary born about 1750 in Virginia. 

 Ross County Marriage Records - Ross County Marriages for the period 1789 through 1850

Bateham, George Hoover, Calista Feb 17, 1837
Bateman, Alfred G. McCollister, Sarah B. Sep 29, 1836
Bateman, Betsy Queen, John Mar 14, 1818
Bateman, Charles Dawson, Hannah Apr 19, 1821
Bateman, Cynthia Davis, William Sep 25, 1847
Bateman, Elizabeth Brown, Peter Feb 16, 1815
Bateman, Elizabeth Brown, James Sep 20, 1818
Bateman, Elizabeth Maughmer, William Allen Nov 18, 1847
Bateman, George G. Movenn, Mary P. Feb 26, 1829
Bateman, Harriett Kelly, William Dec 27, 1838
Bateman, John Lamar, Margaret Apr 25, 1816
Bateman, John Whitlock, Nancy Mar 23, 1820
Bateman, Mary Roseboom, John Jul 11, 1848
Bateman, Nancy McCollister, Henry Mar 16, 1817
Bateman, Nancy Ann Hurt, Isaac N. Apr 20, 1842
Bateman, Owen Kinney, Louisa Feb 22, 1838
Bateman, Plessey Culbertson, John Feb 16, 1822
Bateman, Robert Beard, Allice Nov 12, 1828
Bateman, Ruth Wallace, Cadwallader Sep 27, 1817
Bateman, Samuel McNeel, Letitia Dec 17, 1840
Bateman, Sarah Ann Butler, John Mar 9, 1815
Bateman, William Ross, Susanah Feb 22, 1827
Bateman, William Rowe, Susanah Feb 22, 1827

War of 1812 Military Muster Roll - Second Regiment Ross County

Bateman, Clement Private 2nd Jones, Samuel L (Capt) Ross Jul 20, 1813 Sept 7, 1813

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 9:21 PM

Subject: Elizabeth Bateman Brown

I 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.   

Just 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.

However, their son, Elliott Elroy Goldsberry, died August 21, 1883, and is buried in the Old Thorntown Cemetery.

They 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 1890.

They are still looking for any information on Elizabeth Brown.  I have ordered a book on pension payrolls and hope to find Elizabeth's name there.

Its 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:

Peter Brown is buried in Washington Cemetery, Fayette County near Washington Court House, Ohio.

The 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.

Also 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.

The OGS also provided the following from the Chancery and Common Pleas Court Records, Fayette County, Ohio 1828-1878 which I think you already know:

"Page 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.

Johnson; 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."

I 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.