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Peter Lomason1

M, #13441, b. 23 December 1802, d. 26 August 1860

Father*Lawrence Lomason Jr.1 d. bt 1812 - 1815
Mother*Elizabeth Shoemaker1 b. 16 Jan 1781, d. 23 Jan 1852
Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Lawrence Lomason Jr.|d. bt 1812 - 1815|p193.htm#i13417|Elizabeth Shoemaker|b. 16 Jan 1781\nd. 23 Jan 1852|p250.htm#i13440|Lawrence Lamberson|d. b 11 Dec 1810|p168.htm#i13414|Bridget Van Atta|d. a 11 Dec 1810|p275.htm#i13415|Peter Shoemaker||p250.htm#i15373|Elizabeth Maur||p203.htm#i15374|

Marriage* Peter Lomason married Sarah "Sally" A. Fox, daughter of Joseph Fox and Christina (?).1 
Birth*23 December 1802 Peter Lomason was born on 23 December 1802 at Sussex County, NJ, US.1 
Migration*circa 1847 He and Sarah "Sally" A. Fox migrated circa 1847 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 
Will*19 June 1860 Peter Lomason left a will on 19 June 1860 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 
Death*26 August 1860 He died on 26 August 1860 at Oakland County, MI, US, at age 57.1 

Family

Sarah "Sally" A. Fox b. 28 Apr 1802, d. 5 Sep 1868
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

Peter Lomason1

M, #13470, b. 6 October 1853

Father*Joseph Fox Lomason1 b. 24 Mar 1826, d. 4 May 1886
Mother*Lydia Ransford1 b. 4 Nov 1833, d. 26 Oct 1899
Peter Lomason|b. 6 Oct 1853|p194.htm#i13470|Joseph Fox Lomason|b. 24 Mar 1826\nd. 4 May 1886|p193.htm#i13460|Lydia Ransford|b. 4 Nov 1833\nd. 26 Oct 1899|p234.htm#i13467|Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Sarah "Sally" A. Fox|b. 28 Apr 1802\nd. 5 Sep 1868|p111.htm#i13442|Norman Ransford||p234.htm#i13468|Sarah Postle||p230.htm#i13469|

Residence* Peter Lomason and Hattie Cook lived at Bad Axe, Huron County, MI, US.1 
Marriage* Peter Lomason married Hattie Cook, daughter of Orville George Cook and Anna Elizabeth Kirby.1 
Birth*6 October 1853 Peter Lomason was born on 6 October 1853 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 

Family

Hattie Cook b. 9 Jun 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

Philip Shoemaker Lomason1

M, #13464, b. 1 February 1836

Father*Peter Lomason1 b. 23 Dec 1802, d. 26 Aug 1860
Mother*Sarah "Sally" A. Fox1 b. 28 Apr 1802, d. 5 Sep 1868
Philip Shoemaker Lomason|b. 1 Feb 1836|p194.htm#i13464|Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Sarah "Sally" A. Fox|b. 28 Apr 1802\nd. 5 Sep 1868|p111.htm#i13442|Lawrence Lomason Jr.|d. bt 1812 - 1815|p193.htm#i13417|Elizabeth Shoemaker|b. 16 Jan 1781\nd. 23 Jan 1852|p250.htm#i13440|Joseph Fox|d. 1821|p111.htm#i13443|Christina (?)||p6.htm#i13444|

Note* Philip Shoemaker Lomason and Sarah Jane Ross no children.1 
Birth*1 February 1836 Philip Shoemaker Lomason was born on 1 February 1836 at Warren County, NJ, US.1 
Occupation*between 1860 and 1915 He was a cattle and sheep trader. between 1860 and 1915 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 
Marriage*1 November 1860 He married Sarah Jane Ross on 1 November 1860.1 
Residence*1915 Philip Shoemaker Lomason lived in 1915 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 

Family

Sarah Jane Ross b. 4 Dec 1841

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

Sarah Lomason1

F, #13431, b. 16 July 1840, d. 7 September 1863

Father*Andrew Lommasson1 b. Aug 1800, d. 1 Jul 1876
Mother*Jane Frome1 b. 4 Oct 1804, d. 1 Aug 1870
Sarah Lomason|b. 16 Jul 1840\nd. 7 Sep 1863|p194.htm#i13431|Andrew Lommasson|b. Aug 1800\nd. 1 Jul 1876|p195.htm#i13424|Jane Frome|b. 4 Oct 1804\nd. 1 Aug 1870|p113.htm#i13425|Thomas Lomason|b. 1772\nd. 31 Oct 1864|p194.htm#i13418|Hannah Ney|b. 1778\nd. 18 Oct 1855|p219.htm#i13423|||||||

Burial* Sarah Lomason was buried at Hazen Cemetery, Hazen, Warren County, NJ, US.2 
Married Name Her married name was Miller.1 
Marriage* She married Philip Miller.1,2 
Birth*16 July 1840 Sarah Lomason was born on 16 July 1840.1,2 
Death*7 September 1863 She died on 7 September 1863 at age 23.1,2 

Family

Philip Miller

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924). Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.
  2. [S515] Obituaries, Meorials and Gravestone Photos at Findagrave.com, online \ http://www.findagrave.com/\. Hereinafter cited as FindAGrave.com Obituaries, Meorials and Gravestone Photos.

Sarah Lomason1

F, #13500, b. 1 July 1856, d. 21 August 1863

Father*George Green Lomason1 b. 8 Aug 1829, d. 5 Dec 1901
Mother*Dorothy Crawford1 b. 23 Sep 1829, d. 2 Jul 1898
Sarah Lomason|b. 1 Jul 1856\nd. 21 Aug 1863|p194.htm#i13500|George Green Lomason|b. 8 Aug 1829\nd. 5 Dec 1901|p193.htm#i13461|Dorothy Crawford|b. 23 Sep 1829\nd. 2 Jul 1898|p71.htm#i13499|Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Sarah "Sally" A. Fox|b. 28 Apr 1802\nd. 5 Sep 1868|p111.htm#i13442|||||||

Birth*1 July 1856 Sarah Lomason was born on 1 July 1856 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 
Death*21 August 1863 She died on 21 August 1863 at Oakland County, MI, US, at age 7.1 

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

Thomas Lomason1

M, #13418, b. 1772, d. 31 October 1864

Father*Lawrence Lamberson1 d. b 11 Dec 1810
Mother*Bridget Van Atta1 d. a 11 Dec 1810
Thomas Lomason|b. 1772\nd. 31 Oct 1864|p194.htm#i13418|Lawrence Lamberson|d. b 11 Dec 1810|p168.htm#i13414|Bridget Van Atta|d. a 11 Dec 1810|p275.htm#i13415|(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||Thomas Van Atta|d. b 3 Jan 1796|p275.htm#i13438|Altje (?)||p3.htm#i13439|

Name Variation  Thomas Lomason was also known as Lommasson.2 
Name Variation  Thomas Lomason was also known as Lamberson.1 
Marriage* He married Hannah Ney.3 
Birth*1772 Thomas Lomason was born in 1772.1 
Note*between 1785 and 1815 He kept a tavern called the Oxford about two miles diwn river from Belvidere between 1785 and 1815 at Sussex County, NJ, US.4 
Census1850 He and Hannah Ney appeared on the census of 1850 at Oxford Twp., Warren County, NJ, US.5 
Census*1850 Thomas Lomason and Hannah Ney appeared on the census of 1850 at Oxford Twp., Warren County, NJ, US.6 
Death*31 October 1864 Thomas Lomason died on 31 October 1864.1 
Burial* He was buried at Presbyterian Yard, Hazen, Warren County, NJ, US.1 

Family

Hannah Ney b. 1778, d. 18 Oct 1855
Marriage* He married Hannah Ney.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924). Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.
  2. [S515] Obituaries, Meorials and Gravestone Photos at Findagrave.com, online \ http://www.findagrave.com/\. Hereinafter cited as FindAGrave.com Obituaries, Meorials and Gravestone Photos.
  3. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com).
  4. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881), p.604. Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.
  5. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 191 household 206 Oxford Twp., Warren Co., NJ Thomas Lomason.
  6. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Oxford Twp., Warren Co., NJ Thomas Lomason.
  7. [S522] Various, Hunterdon County Democrat Extracts, unknown location. Hereinafter cited as Hunterdon County Democrat.

William J. Lomason1

M, #13513

Father*James Kethledge Lomason1 b. 31 May 1833, d. 29 May 1879
Mother*Sophia Miller1
William J. Lomason||p194.htm#i13513|James Kethledge Lomason|b. 31 May 1833\nd. 29 May 1879|p193.htm#i13463|Sophia Miller||p211.htm#i13512|Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Sarah "Sally" A. Fox|b. 28 Apr 1802\nd. 5 Sep 1868|p111.htm#i13442|||||||

Marriage* William J. Lomason married Etta Tienkham.1 
Residence*1915 William J. Lomason and Etta Tienkham lived in 1915 at Denver, Denver County, CO, US.1 

Family

Etta Tienkham
Child

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

William Kethledge Lomason1

M, #13519

Father*Harry Lomason1
Mother*Lizzie Bennett1
William Kethledge Lomason||p194.htm#i13519|Harry Lomason||p193.htm#i13514|Lizzie Bennett||p43.htm#i13518|James K. Lomason|b. 31 May 1833\nd. 29 May 1879|p193.htm#i13463|Sophia Miller||p211.htm#i13512|||||||

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

William Schooley Lomason1

M, #13459, b. 25 September 1824, d. 11 March 1883

Father*Peter Lomason1 b. 23 Dec 1802, d. 26 Aug 1860
Mother*Sarah "Sally" A. Fox1 b. 28 Apr 1802, d. 5 Sep 1868
William Schooley Lomason|b. 25 Sep 1824\nd. 11 Mar 1883|p194.htm#i13459|Peter Lomason|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 26 Aug 1860|p194.htm#i13441|Sarah "Sally" A. Fox|b. 28 Apr 1802\nd. 5 Sep 1868|p111.htm#i13442|Lawrence Lomason Jr.|d. bt 1812 - 1815|p193.htm#i13417|Elizabeth Shoemaker|b. 16 Jan 1781\nd. 23 Jan 1852|p250.htm#i13440|Joseph Fox|d. 1821|p111.htm#i13443|Christina (?)||p6.htm#i13444|

Note* William Schooley Lomason and Nancy Stone no children.1 
Marriage* William Schooley Lomason married Nancy Stone.1 
Birth*25 September 1824 William Schooley Lomason was born on 25 September 1824 at Sussex County, NJ, US.1 
Migration*1847 He and Nancy Stone migrated in 1847 at Oakland County, MI, US.1 
Death*11 March 1883 William Schooley Lomason died on 11 March 1883 at Oakland County, MI, US, at age 58.1 

Family

Nancy Stone b. 5 May 1824, d. 2 Mar 1903

Citations

  1. [S495] Williams T. Blair, The Michael Shoemaker Book (Schumacher) (Scranton, PA: International Textbook Press, 1924), pp. 279-. Hereinafter cited as The Michael Shoemaker Book.

(?) Lomerson1

M, #15423, d. circa 1785

Father*(?) Lamberson1
(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423|(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||||||||

Note* (?) Lomerson this person whose name is not known by the cited source, is said to be a brother or son of the Lawrence Lomerson who was 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Mackay, 1st Regt. Sussex County Militia during the Revolution.1 
Note He "He was a Tory, and refused to fight for the independence of the colonies, and by secreting himself kept out of the ranks."2 
Migration*circa 1750 He migrated this became Warren County in 1824. circa 1750 at Oxford Twp., Sussex County, NJ, US.2 
Residence*circa 1770 He lived circa 1770 at Belvidere, Sussex County, NJ, US.1 
Death*circa 1785 He died circa 1785 at Oxford Twp., Sussex County, NJ, US; "He died shortly after the War."2 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Barbara Lomerson1

F, #15456

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Barbara Lomerson||p194.htm#i15456|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Caroline Lomerson1

F, #15446, b. 7 March 1820

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Caroline Lomerson|b. 7 Mar 1820|p194.htm#i15446|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Death* Caroline Lomerson died; died young.1,2 
Birth*7 March 1820 She was born on 7 March 1820.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Eliza Ann Lomerson1

F, #15434, b. 18 December 1807, d. 20 March 1852

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Eliza Ann Lomerson|b. 18 Dec 1807\nd. 20 Mar 1852|p194.htm#i15434|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Weller.1 
Marriage* Eliza Ann Lomerson married Philip D. Weller.1,2 
Birth*18 December 1807 Eliza Ann Lomerson was born on 18 December 1807.1,2 
Death*20 March 1852 She died on 20 March 1852 at age 44.2 

Family

Philip D. Weller

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Elizabeth Lomerson1

F, #15454

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Elizabeth Lomerson||p194.htm#i15454|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Marriage* Elizabeth Lomerson married (?) Crawford.1,2 

Family

(?) Crawford

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Elizabeth Lomerson1

F, #15517

Father*James Lomerson1 b. 22 Mar 1814
Mother*Catherine Miller1 b. 2 Dec 1813
Elizabeth Lomerson||p194.htm#i15517|James Lomerson|b. 22 Mar 1814|p194.htm#i15441|Catherine Miller|b. 2 Dec 1813|p210.htm#i15512|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|William Miller|b. 9 Oct 1786\nd. 13 Jan 1872|p211.htm#i15513|Ann Weller|b. 21 Jan 1793\nd. 3 Jan 1858|p281.htm#i15514|

Marriage* Elizabeth Lomerson married P.G. Creveling M.D.1 

Family

P.G. Creveling M.D.

Citations

  1. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Jacob Lomerson1

M, #15425

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Jacob Lomerson||p194.htm#i15425|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

James Lomerson1

M, #15426

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
James Lomerson||p194.htm#i15426|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

James Lomerson1

M, #15441, b. 22 March 1814

 
James Lomerson as depicted in the History of Sussex and Warren counties New Jersey, 1881, compiled by James P. Snell.

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
James Lomerson|b. 22 Mar 1814|p194.htm#i15441|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Note James Lomerson served as school superintendent, freeholder, and director of the Phillipsburg National Bank. Also helped found the Washington Cemetery.2 
Birth*22 March 1814 He was born on 22 March 1814.1,2 
Marriage*12 December 1837 He married Catherine Miller, daughter of William Miller and Ann Weller, on 12 December 1837.2 
Note*between 1840 and 1880 James Lomerson a member of the Presbyterian Church at Washington, and trustee and bresident of their board since 1846. between 1840 and 1880 at Presbyterian Church, Washington, Warren County, NJ, US.2 
Political Office*between 1851 and 1855 He was town clerk. between 1851 and 1855 at Washington, Warren County, NJ, US.2 
Residence*1864 He lived in 1864 at Franklin Twp., Warren County, NJ, US.2 

Family

Catherine Miller b. 2 Dec 1813
Child

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

James Lomerson1

M, #15546

Father*William Miller Lomerson1 d. Aug 1910
Mother*Jennie Fritts1
James Lomerson||p194.htm#i15546|William Miller Lomerson|d. Aug 1910|p194.htm#i15519|Jennie Fritts||p113.htm#i15520|James Lomerson|b. 22 Mar 1814|p194.htm#i15441|Catherine Miller|b. 2 Dec 1813|p210.htm#i15512|Benjamin Fritts||p113.htm#i15521||||

Citations

  1. [S523] George Wycoff Cummins, compiler, History of Warren County, New Jersey (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911). Hereinafter cited as History of Warren County, New Jersey.

Jane C. Lomerson1

F, #15431, b. 6 April 1803, d. 1843

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Jane C. Lomerson|b. 6 Apr 1803\nd. 1843|p194.htm#i15431|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Weller.1 
Marriage* Jane C. Lomerson married Samuel Weller.1,2 
Birth*6 April 1803 Jane C. Lomerson was born on 6 April 1803.1,2 
Death*1843 She died in 1843.2 

Family

Samuel Weller

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

John Lomerson1

M, #15424

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
John Lomerson||p194.htm#i15424|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Julia Ann Lomerson1

F, #15439, b. 21 April 1812, d. 16 May 1900

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Julia Ann Lomerson|b. 21 Apr 1812\nd. 16 May 1900|p194.htm#i15439|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Weller.1 
Married Name Her married name was Carhart.1 
Marriage* Julia Ann Lomerson married Philip D. Weller; second marriage of both Julia Lomerson Carhart and Phillip Weller (whose first wife was Julia's sister).1,2 
Marriage* Julia Ann Lomerson married William Carhart.1,2 
Birth*21 April 1812 Julia Ann Lomerson was born on 21 April 1812.1,2 
Residence*circa 1881 She lived circa 1881 at Stewartsville, Warren County, NJ, US.2 
Death*16 May 1900 She died on 16 May 1900 at Warren County, NJ, US, at age 88.3 

Family 1

Philip D. Weller
Marriage* She married Philip D. Weller; second marriage of both Julia Lomerson Carhart and Phillip Weller (whose first wife was Julia's sister).1,2 

Family 2

William Carhart b. c 1807, d. 6 Apr 1852
Marriage* Julia Ann Lomerson married William Carhart.1,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.
  3. [S524] Jr. Stewart J. A. Woolever, Weller Free Church Cemetery (http://files.usgwarchives.net/nj/warren/cemeteries/… US GenWeb Archives, 2001). Hereinafter cited as Weller Free Church Cemetery.

Julia Ann Lomerson1

F, #15450

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Julia Ann Lomerson||p194.htm#i15450|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Marriage* Julia Ann Lomerson married John Fritts.1,2 

Family

John Fritts

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Lawrence Lomerson1

M, #15427, b. 1770, d. 19 November 1864

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Marriage* Lawrence Lomerson married Elizabeth Caskey, daughter of Robert Caskey and Jane Todd.1,2 
Birth*1770 Lawrence Lomerson was born in 1770 at Sussex County, NJ, US.1,2 
Occupationcirca 1800 He was "..during the spring he ran Durham boats and acted as steersman of rafts on the Delaware, shipping lumber to Philadelphia and bringing back goods on the return." circa 1800 at Belvidere, Sussex County, NJ, US.2 
Occupation*circa 1800 He was a millwright. circa 1800 at Belvidere, Sussex County, NJ, US.2 
Real Estate*between 1810 and 1844 He was involved in a Real Estate transaction bought 3 farms in what is called the Joseph Shippen tract. between 1810 and 1844 at Franklin Twp., Sussex County, NJ, US.2 
Death*19 November 1864 He died on 19 November 1864 at Warren County, NJ, US.1,2 

Family

Elizabeth Caskey b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Children

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Lawrence Lomerson1

M, #15449, b. 4 May 1824, d. 18 October 1872

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Lawrence Lomerson|b. 4 May 1824\nd. 18 Oct 1872|p194.htm#i15449|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Birth*4 May 1824 Lawrence Lomerson was born on 4 May 1824.1,2 
Death*18 October 1872 He died on 18 October 1872 at age 48.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Lena Lomerson1

F, #15452

Father*(?) Lomerson1,2 d. c 1785
Lena Lomerson||p194.htm#i15452|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||(?) Lamberson||p162.htm#i15422||||||||||

Marriage* Lena Lomerson married (?) Benyard.1,2 

Family

(?) Benyard

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Margaret Lomerson1

F, #15435, b. 29 March 1810, d. 18 October 1873

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Margaret Lomerson|b. 29 Mar 1810\nd. 18 Oct 1873|p194.htm#i15435|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Carhart.1 
Marriage* Margaret Lomerson married Cornelius Carhart.1,2 
Birth*29 March 1810 Margaret Lomerson was born on 29 March 1810.1,2 
Death*18 October 1873 She died on 18 October 1873 at age 63.2 

Family

Cornelius Carhart

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Mary Elizabeth Lomerson1,2

F, #15444, b. 15 January 1818, d. 26 March 1852

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,3 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Mary Elizabeth Lomerson|b. 15 Jan 1818\nd. 26 Mar 1852|p194.htm#i15444|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Wandling.1 
Birth*15 January 1818 Mary Elizabeth Lomerson was born on 15 January 1818.1,3 
Marriage*18 December 1838 She married Adam Wandling on 18 December 1838.1,3 
Death*26 March 1852 Mary Elizabeth Lomerson died on 26 March 1852 at age 34.3 

Family

Adam Wandling

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S523] George Wycoff Cummins, compiler, History of Warren County, New Jersey (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911), p.249. Hereinafter cited as History of Warren County, New Jersey.
  3. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Rebecca Lomerson1

F, #15442, b. 29 January 1816, d. 12 July 1849

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Rebecca Lomerson|b. 29 Jan 1816\nd. 12 Jul 1849|p194.htm#i15442|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was Weller.1 
Marriage* Rebecca Lomerson married George H. Weller.1,2 
Birth*29 January 1816 Rebecca Lomerson was born on 29 January 1816.1,2 
Death*12 July 1849 She died on 12 July 1849 at age 33.2 

Family

George H. Weller

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Robert C. Lomerson1

M, #15433, b. 9 August 1806, d. 15 March 1839

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Robert C. Lomerson|b. 9 Aug 1806\nd. 15 Mar 1839|p194.htm#i15433|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Birth*9 August 1806 Robert C. Lomerson was born on 9 August 1806.1,2 
Death*15 March 1839 He died on 15 March 1839 at age 32.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Sarah Lomerson1

F, #15447, b. 22 August 1821, d. 20 December 1870

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1,2 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
Sarah Lomerson|b. 22 Aug 1821\nd. 20 Dec 1870|p194.htm#i15447|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Married Name Her married name was McCullough.1 
Marriage* Sarah Lomerson married William McCullough.1,2 
Birth*22 August 1821 Sarah Lomerson was born on 22 August 1821.1,2 
Death*20 December 1870 She died on 20 December 1870 at age 49.2 

Family

William McCullough

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

Tamzen Lomerson1

F, #15515

Father*James Lomerson1 b. 22 Mar 1814
Mother*Catherine Miller1 b. 2 Dec 1813
Tamzen Lomerson||p194.htm#i15515|James Lomerson|b. 22 Mar 1814|p194.htm#i15441|Catherine Miller|b. 2 Dec 1813|p210.htm#i15512|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|William Miller|b. 9 Oct 1786\nd. 13 Jan 1872|p211.htm#i15513|Ann Weller|b. 21 Jan 1793\nd. 3 Jan 1858|p281.htm#i15514|

Marriage* Tamzen Lomerson married Samuel Stewart.1 

Family

Samuel Stewart

Citations

  1. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

William Lomerson1,2

M, #15432, b. 18 October 1804, d. 30 May 1849

Father*Lawrence Lomerson1 b. 1770, d. 19 Nov 1864
Mother*Elizabeth Caskey1 b. 23 Aug 1781, d. 20 Dec 1841
William Lomerson|b. 18 Oct 1804\nd. 30 May 1849|p194.htm#i15432|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|(?) Lomerson|d. c 1785|p194.htm#i15423||||Robert Caskey||p63.htm#i15429|Jane Todd||p271.htm#i15430|

Birth*18 October 1804 William Lomerson was born on 18 October 1804.1,2 
Death*30 May 1849 He died on 30 May 1849 at age 44.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.

William Miller Lomerson1

M, #15519, d. August 1910

Father*James Lomerson1 b. 22 Mar 1814
Mother*Catherine Miller1 b. 2 Dec 1813
William Miller Lomerson|d. Aug 1910|p194.htm#i15519|James Lomerson|b. 22 Mar 1814|p194.htm#i15441|Catherine Miller|b. 2 Dec 1813|p210.htm#i15512|Lawrence Lomerson|b. 1770\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p194.htm#i15427|Elizabeth Caskey|b. 23 Aug 1781\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p63.htm#i15428|William Miller|b. 9 Oct 1786\nd. 13 Jan 1872|p211.htm#i15513|Ann Weller|b. 21 Jan 1793\nd. 3 Jan 1858|p281.htm#i15514|

Marriage* William Miller Lomerson married Jennie Fritts, daughter of Benjamin Fritts.1 
Death*August 1910 William Miller Lomerson died in August 1910 at Philipsburg, Warren County, NJ, US.2 

Family

Jennie Fritts

Citations

  1. [S521] James P. Snell, compiler, History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men And Pioneers (Philadelphia, PA: Everts & Price, 1881). Hereinafter cited as History of Sussex and Warren Co., NJ.
  2. [S523] George Wycoff Cummins, compiler, History of Warren County, New Jersey (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911). Hereinafter cited as History of Warren County, New Jersey.

Angeline Lomison1

F, #9731, b. circa 1837

Father*Jeremiah Lomison1 b. 1814, d. 19 Mar 1897
Mother*Mary A. "May" Mervine1 b. c 1816
Angeline Lomison|b. c 1837|p194.htm#i9731|Jeremiah Lomison|b. 1814\nd. 19 Mar 1897|p194.htm#i9729|Mary A. "May" Mervine|b. c 1816|p209.htm#i9730|William Lomison|b. 1788\nd. 1862|p195.htm#i9640|Anna Fulkerson|b. 1787\nd. 11 Dec 1856|p113.htm#i9641|||||||

Birth*circa 1837 Angeline Lomison was born circa 1837 at PA, US.1 
Married Namecirca 1856  As of circa 1856,her married name was Devinney.2 
Marriage*circa 1856 She married James Devinney circa 1856 at Indiana County, PA, US.2 
(Witness) Census1870 Angeline Lomison appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Jeremiah Lomison and Mary A. "May" Mervine at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US.3 
Occupation*1870 Angeline Lomison was a seamstress. in 1870 at Indiana County, PA, US.4 

Family

James Devinney b. c 1831
Children

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 1878 household 1883 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  2. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 703 household 702 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA James Denning? with wife Angeline and Margaret C. Lomison.
  3. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 281 household 291 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  4. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 281 household 291 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison with Angeline Devieney.
  5. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 703 household 702 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA James Devienny with wife Angeline and Margaret C. Lomison.

Barbara Ann Lomison1

F, #15393, b. circa 1839

Father*John Lomison1 b. c 1808, d. Jul 1879
Mother*Sarah Fisher1 b. c 1811
Barbara Ann Lomison|b. c 1839|p194.htm#i15393|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|Jacob Lamberson|b. bt 1780 - 1790\nd. b 1850|p167.htm#i9193|Rachel (?)|b. c 1780\nd. a 1850|p21.htm#i9323|||||||

Married Name Her married name was Handy.2 
Married Name Her married name was Shepard.3 
Marriage* Barbara Ann Lomison married George E. Shepard.3 
Marriage* Barbara Ann Lomison married John B. Handy.2 
Birth*circa 1839 Barbara Ann Lomison was born circa 1839 at MI, US.1 
(Witness) Census1870 She appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of John Lomison and Sarah Fisher at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.4 
Census*1880 Barbara Ann Lomison and John B. Handy appeared on the census of 1880 at Three Rivers, Saint Joseph County, MI, US.2 

Family 1

John B. Handy b. c 1832
Marriage* Barbara Ann Lomison married John B. Handy.2 

Family 2

George E. Shepard d. b 1870
Marriage* Barbara Ann Lomison married George E. Shepard.3 
Child

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 83 household 83 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI John Lomison.
  2. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 197 dwelling 320 household 342 Three Rivers, St. Joseph Co., MI John B. Handy. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  3. [S518] Marriages of St. Joseph Co., MI 1832-1837, Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as Marriages of St. Joseph Co., MI 1832-1837.
  4. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 163 household 165 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI Jno Lomison.

Blanche Lomison1

F, #15403, b. circa 1863

Father*Clarence Lomison1 b. 5 Mar 1837, d. 24 Jul 1918
Mother*Eunice Harding1 b. c 1839
Blanche Lomison|b. c 1863|p194.htm#i15403|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|||||||

Birth*circa 1863 Blanche Lomison was born circa 1863 at Saint Joseph County, MI, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 236 household 234 Flowerfield Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI Clarence Lomison.

Clarence Lomison1

M, #15391, b. 5 March 1837, d. 24 July 1918

Father*John Lomison1 b. c 1808, d. Jul 1879
Mother*Sarah Fisher1 b. c 1811
Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|Jacob Lamberson|b. bt 1780 - 1790\nd. b 1850|p167.htm#i9193|Rachel (?)|b. c 1780\nd. a 1850|p21.htm#i9323|||||||

Birth*5 March 1837 Clarence Lomison was born on 5 March 1837 at Columbia County, PA, US.1,2 
Marriage*before 1863 He married Eunice Harding before 1863.3 
Census*1870 Clarence Lomison and Eunice Harding appeared on the census of 1870 at Flowerfield Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.3 
Census1880 Clarence Lomison and Eunice Harding appeared on the census of 1880 at Porter Twp., Cass County, MI, US.4 
Census1900 Clarence Lomison and Eunice Harding appeared on the census of 1900 at Marcellus Twp., Cass County, MI, US.5 
Death*24 July 1918 Clarence Lomison died on 24 July 1918 at Marcellus, Cass County, MI, US, at age 81; of apoplexy.2 

Family

Eunice Harding b. c 1839
Children

Citations

  1. [S516] Annual Reunion of the Krader, Fisher, Hutchinson Families: History of the Pioneer Days of the Fisher Family, The Vicksburg Semi-Weekly Commercial, Vicksburg, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, 05 September, 1913, unk.. Hereinafter cited as Vicksburg Commercial.
  2. [S517] Unknown name of person, unknown record type unknown number, Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as Michigan Online Death Certificates 1897-1920.
  3. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 236 household 234 Flowerfield Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI Clarence Lomison.
  4. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 219 dwelling 152 household 159 Porter Twp., Cass Co., MI Clarence Lomison. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  5. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 dwelling 247 household 247 Marcellus Twp., Cass Co., MI Clarence Lomison.

Clarence Lomison1

M, #15414, b. March 1895

Father*John L. Lomison1 b. c 1866
Mother*Manda (?)1 b. Sep 1875
Clarence Lomison|b. Mar 1895|p194.htm#i15414|John L. Lomison|b. c 1866|p195.htm#i15404|Manda (?)|b. Sep 1875|p17.htm#i15413|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|||||||

Birth*March 1895 Clarence Lomison was born in March 1895 at MI, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 151 dwelling 232 household 235 Porter Twp., Van Buren Co., MI John Lomison.

David Henry Lomison1

M, #15397, b. circa 1848

Father*John Lomison1 b. c 1808, d. Jul 1879
Mother*Sarah Fisher1 b. c 1811
David Henry Lomison|b. c 1848|p194.htm#i15397|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|Jacob Lamberson|b. bt 1780 - 1790\nd. b 1850|p167.htm#i9193|Rachel (?)|b. c 1780\nd. a 1850|p21.htm#i9323|||||||

Birth*circa 1848 David Henry Lomison was born circa 1848 at Saint Joseph County, MI, US.1 
(Witness) Census1860 He appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of John Lomison and Sarah Fisher at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.2 
(Witness) Census1870 David Henry Lomison appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of John Lomison and Sarah Fisher at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.3 
(Witness) Census1880 David Henry Lomison appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of John Lomison and Sarah Fisher at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.4 
Marriage*circa 1893 David Henry Lomison married Lucinda Adams, daughter of Aaron Adams and Caroline Bowers, circa 1893 at Saint Joseph County, MI, US.5 

Family

Lucinda Adams b. 20 Oct 1866, d. 5 Nov 1907

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 83 household 83 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI John Lomison.
  2. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 1828 household 1844 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI John Lomison.
  3. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 163 household 165 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI Jno Lomison.
  4. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 200 dwelling 80 household 87 Park Twp., St. Joseph, MI John Lomison (croszsed out) - There seems to be confusion on the part of the enumerator as to whether to count John Lomison who had recently died. The mortality schedule indicates John died in July, 1879. The enumerator was present on 5 Jun., 1880.. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  5. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 123 dwelling 100 household 101 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI David H. Lomison.

Emily Lomison1

F, #15416, b. August 1899

Father*John L. Lomison1 b. c 1866
Mother*Manda (?)1 b. Sep 1875
Emily Lomison|b. Aug 1899|p194.htm#i15416|John L. Lomison|b. c 1866|p195.htm#i15404|Manda (?)|b. Sep 1875|p17.htm#i15413|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|||||||

Birth*August 1899 Emily Lomison was born in August 1899 at Van Buren County, MI, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 151 dwelling 232 household 235 Porter Twp., Van Buren Co., MI John Lomison.

Franklin Lomison1

M, #15392, b. before 1836, d. 1863

Father*John Lomison1 b. c 1808, d. Jul 1879
Mother*Sarah Fisher1 b. c 1811
Franklin Lomison|b. b 1836\nd. 1863|p194.htm#i15392|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|Jacob Lamberson|b. bt 1780 - 1790\nd. b 1850|p167.htm#i9193|Rachel (?)|b. c 1780\nd. a 1850|p21.htm#i9323|||||||

Birth*before 1836 Franklin Lomison was born before 1836 at Columbia County, PA, US.1 
Death*1863 He died in 1863 at Port Hudson, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S516] Annual Reunion of the Krader, Fisher, Hutchinson Families: History of the Pioneer Days of the Fisher Family, The Vicksburg Semi-Weekly Commercial, Vicksburg, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, 05 September, 1913, unk.. Hereinafter cited as Vicksburg Commercial.

Franklin Lomison1

M, #15407, b. October 1872

Father*Clarence Lomison1 b. 5 Mar 1837, d. 24 Jul 1918
Mother*Eunice Harding1 b. c 1839
Franklin Lomison|b. Oct 1872|p194.htm#i15407|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|||||||

Birth*October 1872 Franklin Lomison was born in October 1872 at MI, US.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1893 He married Emma (?) circa 1893 at Cass County, MI, US.3 
Census*1900 Franklin Lomison and Emma (?) appeared on the census of 1900 at Marcellus Twp., Cass County, MI, US.3 

Family

Emma (?) b. Jul 1873
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 219 dwelling 152 household 159 Porter Twp., Cass Co., MI Clarence Lomison. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  2. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 Marcellus Twp., Cass Co., MI Frank Lomison.
  3. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 dwelling 202 household 202 Marcellus Twp., Cass Co., MI Frank Lomison.

Gertrude Lomison1

F, #15406, b. 7 June 1870, d. 1 March 1899

Father*Clarence Lomison1 b. 5 Mar 1837, d. 24 Jul 1918
Mother*Eunice Harding1 b. c 1839
Gertrude Lomison|b. 7 Jun 1870\nd. 1 Mar 1899|p194.htm#i15406|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Sarah Fisher|b. c 1811|p108.htm#i15390|||||||

Married Name Her married name was Huber.2 
Marriage* Gertrude Lomison married William Huber.2 
Birth*7 June 1870 Gertrude Lomison was born on 7 June 1870 at Saint Joseph County, MI, US.1,2 
Death*1 March 1899 She died on 1 March 1899 at Marcellus, Cass County, MI, US, at age 28; of abscess of liver.2 

Family

William Huber b. Jan 1866
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 219 dwelling 152 household 159 Porter Twp., Cass Co., MI Clarence Lomison. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  2. [S517] Unknown name of person, unknown record type unknown number, Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US, Gertrude Huber died 1 Mar 1899. Hereinafter cited as Michigan Online Death Certificates 1897-1920.
  3. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 dwelling 247 household 247 Marcellus Twp., Cass Co., MI Clarence Lomison.
  4. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 dwelling 82 household 82 Marcellus, Cass Co., MI Alfred Huber (brother William in household).

Gladys Lomison1

F, #15412, b. 1897

Father*Franklin Lomison1 b. Oct 1872
Mother*Emma (?)1 b. Jul 1873
Gladys Lomison|b. 1897|p194.htm#i15412|Franklin Lomison|b. Oct 1872|p194.htm#i15407|Emma (?)|b. Jul 1873|p9.htm#i15410|Clarence Lomison|b. 5 Mar 1837\nd. 24 Jul 1918|p194.htm#i15391|Eunice Harding|b. c 1839|p124.htm#i15402|||||||

Birth*1897 Gladys Lomison was born in 1897 at Cass County, MI, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 93 dwelling 202 household 202 Marcellus Twp., Cass Co., MI Frank Lomison.

Dr. Henry G. Lomison M.D.1

M, #9643, b. 17 July 1831, d. 28 May 1895

Father*William Lomison1 b. 1788, d. 1862
Mother*Anna Fulkerson1 b. 1787, d. 11 Dec 1856
Dr. Henry G. Lomison M.D.|b. 17 Jul 1831\nd. 28 May 1895|p194.htm#i9643|William Lomison|b. 1788\nd. 1862|p195.htm#i9640|Anna Fulkerson|b. 1787\nd. 11 Dec 1856|p113.htm#i9641|||||||Col. John Fulkerson||p113.htm#i9642||||

Birth*17 July 1831 Dr. Henry G. Lomison M.D. was born on 17 July 1831 at Danville, Columbia County, PA, US.1 
Occupation*1882 He was a medical doctor, teacher, and an extremely successful businessman. in 1882 at Westmoreland County, PA, US.1 
Note*26 June 1894 He "Dr. Lomison, a prominent citizen of Greensburg, and a brother of Jeremiah Lomison of Centre Twp., sustained a stroke of paralysis on Tuesday [26 Jun., 1894]..." on 26 June 1894 at Greensburg, Westmoreland County, PA, US.2 
Death*28 May 1895 He died on 28 May 1895 at Greensburg, Westmoreland County, PA, US, at age 63; died of injuries sustained when he fell out of a second story window.3 
Note* He and William Lomison Their "immigrant ancestor, Lawrence Lomison, was a native of Bristol, England, from which place he took ship in 1682, and landed in Chester, then called Upland, Pa., December 11th of tht year. Some time after his arrival he married an immigrant by the name of Von Kimmel, and with her settled on lands near Germantown, Pa., where they became the parents of a large family, some of whom removed to Northampton County, Pa., others settling near Trenton, N.J., and Belvidere, in that State."

"Dr. Lomison is descended from the Belvidere branch, and is the son of William Lomison, who was born near Belvidere in 1788, and died in 1862 at the age of seventy-five years..."1 

Citations

  1. [S354] Unknown compiler, compiler, History of the county of Westmoreland , Pennsylvania; with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men (Philadelphia: L.H. Everts & Co., 1882). Hereinafter cited as History of Westmoreland Co., PA.
  2. [S358] Unknown article title, Indiana Democrat (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 28 Jul., 1894 page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Democrat.
  3. [S358] Unknown article title, Indiana Democrat (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 30 May, 1895 page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Democrat.

Jeremiah Lomison1

M, #9729, b. 1814, d. 19 March 1897

Father*William Lomison1 b. 1788, d. 1862
Mother*Anna Fulkerson1 b. 1787, d. 11 Dec 1856
Jeremiah Lomison|b. 1814\nd. 19 Mar 1897|p194.htm#i9729|William Lomison|b. 1788\nd. 1862|p195.htm#i9640|Anna Fulkerson|b. 1787\nd. 11 Dec 1856|p113.htm#i9641|||||||Col. John Fulkerson||p113.htm#i9642||||

Birth*1814 Jeremiah Lomison was born in 1814 at Columbia County, PA, US.1,2 
(Witness) Migration1837 He witnessed the Migration of William Lomison and Anna Fulkerson in 1837 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US; came from Columbia Co., PA.2 
Marriage*1837 Jeremiah Lomison married Mary A. "May" Mervine in 1837; Mary Mervine of Lycoming Co., PA.1,2 
Census*1840 Jeremiah Lomison appeared on the census of 1840 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US.3 
Occupation He was a tanner by trade, engaged later in farming and stock-dealing, and subsequently carried on a geb=neral store.2 
Occupation*between 1850 and 1860 He was a merchant. between 1850 and 1860 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US.1,4 
Census*1860 He and Mary A. "May" Mervine appeared on the census of 1860 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US.4 
Census1870 Jeremiah Lomison and Mary A. "May" Mervine appeared on the census of 1870 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US.5 
Political Office*1876 Jeremiah Lomison was elected County Commissioner as a Democrat. in 1876 at Indiana County, PA, US.2 
Death*19 March 1897 He died on 19 March 1897 at Centre Twp., Indiana County, PA, US; died of a stroke.6,2 
Burial* He was buried at Oakland Cemetery, Indiana County, PA, US.2 
Will* He left a will at Indiana County, PA, US; William M. Stewart and Franklin C. Devinney, executors.7
 

Family

Mary A. "May" Mervine b. c 1816
Marriage*1837 He married Mary A. "May" Mervine in 1837; Mary Mervine of Lycoming Co., PA.1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 1878 household 1883 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  2. [S359] Unknown article title, Indiana Messenger (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 24 Mar., 1897, page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Messenger.
  3. [S259] Unknown compiler, 1840 Federal Census Images (n.p.: n.pub.), Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  4. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 673 household 672 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  5. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 281 household 291 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  6. [S358] Unknown article title, Indiana Democrat (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 24 Mar., 1897 page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Democrat.
  7. [S359] Unknown article title, Indiana Messenger (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 09 Nov., 1898 page 2. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Messenger.

Jeremiah "Jere" Nelson Lomison1,2

M, #9732, b. circa May 1840, d. 21 January 1883

Father*Jeremiah Lomison1 b. 1814, d. 19 Mar 1897
Mother*Mary A. "May" Mervine1 b. c 1816
Jeremiah "Jere" Nelson Lomison|b. c May 1840\nd. 21 Jan 1883|p194.htm#i9732|Jeremiah Lomison|b. 1814\nd. 19 Mar 1897|p194.htm#i9729|Mary A. "May" Mervine|b. c 1816|p209.htm#i9730|William Lomison|b. 1788\nd. 1862|p195.htm#i9640|Anna Fulkerson|b. 1787\nd. 11 Dec 1856|p113.htm#i9641|||||||

Birth*circa May 1840 Jeremiah "Jere" Nelson Lomison was born circa May 1840 at PA, US.1,3 
Death*21 January 1883 He died on 21 January 1883 at Indiana County, PA, US; aged 42 years, 8 months. Dead was the only son of Jeremiah Lomison, ex-commissioner of Indiana County, Pa... On the 16th of December, 1881, he received an injury, from a fall, while working on a portable saw-mill, near Rugh's station, which was the ultimate cause of his death.... He leaves a wife and a family of six children to mourn their loss..."4,3 

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 1878 household 1883 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  2. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 673 household 672 Centre Twp., Indiana Co., PA Jeremiah Lomison.
  3. [S359] Unknown article title, Indiana Messenger (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 31 Jan., 1883 page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Messenger.
  4. [S358] Unknown article title, Indiana Democrat (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 25 Jul., 1889 page 2 - sale to be held of property of J. Nelson Lomison, deceased.... Hereinafter cited as Indiana Democrat.

John Lomison1,2

M, #9195, b. circa 1808, d. July 1879

Father*Jacob Lamberson1 b. bt 1780 - 1790, d. b 1850
Mother*Rachel (?)3 b. c 1780, d. a 1850
John Lomison|b. c 1808\nd. Jul 1879|p194.htm#i9195|Jacob Lamberson|b. bt 1780 - 1790\nd. b 1850|p167.htm#i9193|Rachel (?)|b. c 1780\nd. a 1850|p21.htm#i9323|Jacob Lamberson|b. c 1750|p167.htm#i9192||||||||||

Note John Lomison From --Travis Fisher
The Vicksburg Semi-Weekly Commercial , Friday, September 5, 1913
(Vicksburg, Kalamazoo County, MI)
Annual Reunion of the Krader, Fisher, Hutchinson Families
History of the Pioneer Days of the Fisher Family
By Mrs. S. Elizabeth Lomison Snyder
Let me quote from Emerson, who tells us, "The best servant of the republic is one who knows its parts, forsees its future, lives in its present and is ready for the next step." So the early pioneers of this country must have seen great possibilities in the future of St. Joseph county to leave friends and comfort behind and make the long tedious journey of weeks by wagon to reach this land of promise. We deplore the neglect of our parents and grandparents is not leaving for the rising generation a history of their pioneer days of danger, privation and misfortune; days of toll, days when they were buoyed up with hope and nerved with vigor to build for themselves and their loved ones homes amidst this beautiful scenery, while yet the whoop of an Indian and the howl of the wolf resounded on every side.
When the brave pioneers left their eastern home of plenty and comfort and started for the wild western country to take up government land to make homes for themselves this beautiful township was indeed "The happy hunting ground" of the Indian; our rivers and lakes the avenue of travel for hunter and trapper. Among the earliest settlers of St. Joseph county were the "Fisher Family" of whom seven members, out of a family of sixteen, migrated to this county and helped lay the foundation and make it the prosperous county we find it today. "The Fisher Family" came to Michigan settling in St. Joseph county in the days when "Wilderness was king" The first to leave the home in Columbia county,
Pennsylvania, were Jonas and Leonard, accompanied by Reuben the youngest member of the family, then a lad of sixteen. On the eastern of this beautiful sheet of water (Fisher's Lake) Jonas and Leonard were among the first to erect their log cabins, hence the name "Fisher's Lake." They partially located on the Pottawatomie Reservation in the fall of 1834. They erected a small log cabin which constituted the grandest architectural monument of the township. It was built by Harvey Kenney, assisted by Jonas and Leonard Fisher and George Leland. This cabin was not occupied by Mr. Kenny until the spring of 1835. He located a claim on the southeast quarter on which the above mentioned cabin was erected.
It was widely known by the settlers that the Indians were to yield up their possessions within two years, which had put the land under squatter sovereignty. Under the treaty of Chicago the Indians agreed to surrender up their possessions within the time stated. This treaty was made and confirmed in September, 1833. Squatters commenced to locate claims in the eastern part of the reservation but no claim was located in the western portion in Park township until later in the fall of 1834. Park was settled later than the surrounding country because of the Indian Reservation. This trespassing on the land of the Indians by settlers was regarded by the Indians as a violation of the treaty of Chicago and caused deep apprehension [and] danger to those located there. [Jonas and] Leonard Fisher left their home in Danville, Penn., in company with others and with wagons made their way to Michigan in 1834, Jonas Fisher locating on the southeastern bank of the lake and Leonard on the extreme southern bank where they erected their log cabins, reared their families, cleared their land and lived many years. I think they built their log cabins in the spring of 1835. Jonas later built a small frame house on the site
of the old log cabin, but later, perhaps in 1854, built the fine brick home farther to the east and on the road, occupied by Mr. Felker. Leonard Fisher also built farther from the lake as he found his cabin left in the field after the county was surveyed and roads laid out. He built the small frame house which still stands but is in disuse. I think that portion of land is now in posession of Roland Heimbach. Jonas and Mary Fisher were the parents of twelve children, four of whom are now living. Leonard and Sarah Fisher had a family of twelve children of whom but two are now living, Underwood residing at Clear Lake and Mrs. Helen Fisher Bunnell, of Detroit. Leonard Fisher sold his farm in 1854 and moved to Three Rivers, having purchased the Three Rivers House which he managed for many years.
John Lomison came to Michigan in the spring of 1836 from Danville, Penn. with his wife, Sarah Fisher Lomison and two small children, Franklin and Clarence; with them were two other families, who, like themselves, were seeking homes in the west. They drove [sic] through with teams and covered wagons and were six weeks on the way. On this journey they encountered all the hardships of the early pioneers such as the swamps of Ohio, crossing the Maumee river which was flooded at that time, and sleeping out at night in tents or wagons. My father, after reaching Michigan and securing a house for his family, resided on Prairie Ronde for a short time, I will say about a year and a half, but do not know positively. He at once went into the wildernes of Park townhsip took up government land, felled trees to build his cabin to which he afterward brought his family and there my mother shared with him the toil and privation and loneliness of pioneer life. My father took up land one mile north of this place and went through all the hardships of the pioneer as there was little that could be bought with money. There were many Indians about at that time and I remember hearing my mother tell that she never refused them anything they wanted; when they came to exchange fish and game for bread, flour or salt pork, she gave them the last she had if need be, rather than incur their displeasure. I have often heard my father tell of the severe winters they had when the country was new, snow usually fell in October or November to the depth of two or three feet and remained until January, then came a thaw which entirely removed the snow; after this it would fall again to the depth of two or three feet and remained on the ground until April. I also remember hearing my father tell of going to town meeting in sleds the first of April, but do not recall the year.
In those days anything was fashionable that was comfortable; people manufactured their own clothing largely from wool and flax grown on their own farms. I well remember my mother's old spinning
wheel and the miles she walked back and forth every day. She converted the carded rolls of wool into yarn which was knit into stockings for the fmily -- there were eight children, four of whom are living. Two served in the Civil war -- Franklin and Clarence. Frank fell in battle at Port Hudson, La., and lies buried in the national cemetery at that place. Charles and William Fisher settled in Schoolcraft where they lived and died. Daniel Fisher settled on what is now the Childs farm, his log cabin built below the present brick house and near the Portage river. He was the father of three children; E. B. Fisher, who lives in Chicago; Reuben residence not known, and Joseph, at whose home we have our pleasant meeting of today. Daniel Fisher's wife dying soon after the birth of Joseph, my mother cared for him for many months until Andrew Reed, being childless, adopted him and he today lives on the land cleared by Andrew Reed. Daniel Fisher served in the Mexican war and a few days ago I had the pleasure of reading a letter dated January 29, 1848. He told of their trip from Detroit leaving there on the 25th
of December, 1847 and having nothing to eat on their bill of fare but tea biscuit and coffee with now and then beans and salt pork. This letter was written to his brother Reuben and was very interesting reading. I also read a letter from his son, E. Ben Fisher, which was equally interesting. He served in the Civil war and was then in Washington D. C. [illegible] prisoners and he himself was later in Anderson prison. Reuben Fisher settled on a farm in Park township, known as the John Childs farm, now occupied by his son-in-law, Reed. He was the youngest of the Fisher family and the last one taken away; the hard labor of the pioneer days did not wear him out as he managed his farm up to about a year before his death, dying at the ripe old age of 92 years. In the spring of 1854 he sold his farm in Park and moved to Alamo township and with his wife and four small children again took up the life of a pioneer. He found Kalamazoo a village, and Plainwell not even on the map. After over fifty years of toil and perseverance he lived to reap the reward of his labors in a fine farm and good comfortable home. Out of a large family of children, but four are left, to be a blessing and comfort to the aged mother who still remains with us, but is past the allotted time of man, now being eighty-seven years old. The other members of the Fisher family who came to Michigan later, were Jacob, who lived with his sons in Shelby, and died and was buried there. Then Christian who returned to Danville, Penn., and died at the home of a son. The only other member of the family of whom I know was Abraham. The father of this large family, after the death of his wife, came to Michigan, somewhere in the forities, [sic] and spent the last years of his life with his children, passing away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lomison. I have related all facts I have found of chief interest and garnered from every available source, confining myself as far as possible to original material and memories of the few older members who are left of the early settlers. Would time allow I would with pleasure name each member constituting the familes of "The Fisher Family," the early pioneers who helped make this beautiful country what it is today; and helped to make it possible, by years of privation and toil for us to enjoy the comforts we now possess.
But do not think for one moment that the early settler's life was all toil and privation; one of their chief pleasures in social life as the sun was going down in the west was the old fashioned winter evening visit, when a lumber wagon or bob sleigh brought to your door a load of men, women and children. They remained until midnight and during the evening a hearty meal was served of pancakes, sausages, preserves and doughnuts and coffee, and the time spent in telling stories and singing songs. One of the hardships of the young was going to school, as in all new places it takes several years to get school districts started, so for the present purposes they would have a bee and put up a log house, put a window in each side, a door in one end and the building was completed. The furniture consisted of a row of boards for writing desks on each side and slabs for benches, stove and six or eight hickory sticks in the corner seasoning for future use, as at that time they taught only Readin' 'Ritin' and 'Rithmetic, taught to the tune of a hickory stick." The children often walked two or three miles to school. I have heard my father tell of blazing the trees for the older children to go to school by as there were no laid out roads. The first to teach in Park township was Isaac F. Ulrich. This log school house was built in the [-----] 1838 by the contributions of la[-----] material by the settlers and school was taught in in [sic] for the first time in the spring and among the first scholars was Franklin Lomison. The earliest pioneers found Michigan healthy, my father came at the worst time, for later so much ground was plowed up and the malarial gases set free that the country became very sickly. Every family had fever and ague, sometimes every member of the family being down at once; there were no healthy ones except persons just arrived, but the doctor came every day with free good will and dealt out his portion of calomel. He bled, blistered, purged and salivated his patients, but never cured them. The subject of sickness brings to us that of death and the grave; how many nioneers [sic] lie sleeping in nameless graves we shall never know for the avaricious land owners in a few years plowed over the acres where rested the strangers. Even in Three Rivers a row of thick set houses is standing over one of these
earliest cemeteries, whence the bodies have never been removed. Everybody attended funerals forty years ago and there was no expense except for the plank coffin and the white cambric shroud which was the burial robe for man and woman like. There were no flowers, no hearse, no undertaker; the body was carried in a lumber wagon and was lowered in to the grave with lines taken from the horses. All remained until the grave was filled in, [and the] head and foot plank set into shape; then it seemed that all was done by kind friends that could be done, for each neighbor had taken part in these sad duties. There were only planks to mark the graves; these soon rotted out and the sleepers beneath passed into oblivion, their friends dead, gone away or worse, indifferent. The resources in an early day were all that the pioneers could ask, notwithstanding they had an abundance of fever and ague which was a sure sign that any man too lazy would no remain long in the country, which accounts for its rapid progress and prosperity; one of the resources was fruit; they were able to pick from field and swamp -- strawberries and blackberries from field and cranberries and huckleberries from the swamp. As I have mentioned before the women of that day wove, spun, colored and made wearing apparel for the family until the invention of machinery which changed everything and the women were arrayed in calico at 12 1/2c and delaine at 25c per yard. Then the spinning wheel and loom were put aside. But with all the reverses the old pioneer he still forged ahead and we today can hardly realize the trials that beset him. The Indian watched the oncoming civilisation and heard the stroke of the ax as the busy pioneer worked day after day felling the mighty oak to build his home. We look upon the country as it is today and then think what it was some eighty or more years ago when the band of men had scarcely touched it and find we now have fine farms, flourishing villages and cities, fine school houses and elegant churches, telephones, electricity, automobiles and our interurban roads. We are amazed when we stop to consider the changes time has wrought. Fisher's lake is now one of the most popular resorts in southern Michigan; its shores are dotted with summer homes on every side, yet, notwithstanding the crowds that come and go from early June until autumn winds blow chill the natural beauty of the lake has not been despoiled; the great trees of oak and hickory still stand and give shade to a wilderness of wild flowers and ferns. When we think of those brave pioneers who have made it possible for us to enjoy the luxuries of today, let us bow our heads in thanksfulness and gratitude to those brave pioneers, our parentsand grand parents.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.2 
Name Variation  John Lomison was also known as Lamberson.4 
Marriage* He married Sarah Fisher at PA, US.2 
Birth*circa 1808 John Lomison was born circa 1808 at PA County, US.5,6,7 
Census1820 He appeared on the census of 1820 at Catawissa Twp., Northumberland County, PA, US; 1m <10, 1m 16-26, 1f <10, 1f 26-45, 1 farmer.6 
Census1830 He appeared on the census of 1830 at Springfield Twp., Huntingdon County, PA, US; 1m <5, 1m 20-29, 1f <5, 1f 20-29.5 
Migration*circa 1837 He and Sarah Fisher migrated circa 1837 at Kalamazoo County, MI, US.2 
Census*1850 John Lomison and Sarah Fisher appeared on the census of 1850 at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.7 
Census1860 John Lomison and Sarah Fisher appeared on the census of 1860 at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.8 
Census1870 John Lomison and Sarah Fisher appeared on the census of 1870 at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.9 
Death*July 1879 John Lomison died in July 1879 at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US; of paralysis.1,10 
Census1880 He and Sarah Fisher appeared on the census of 1880 at Park Twp., Saint Joseph County, MI, US.11 
Note* John Lomison "...John, who married and brought up a family of sons and daughters. He finally settled in the state of Michigan, where he later met with a fatal injury in an accident, which resulted in his death..." at MI, US.1 

Family

Sarah Fisher b. c 1811
Marriage* He married Sarah Fisher at PA, US.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S332] William W. Scott, compiler, History Of Passaic And Its Environs (New York and Chicago: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1922), pp. 410-412 Harvey Lamberson. Hereinafter cited as History Of Passac And Its Environs.
  2. [S516] Annual Reunion of the Krader, Fisher, Hutchinson Families: History of the Pioneer Days of the Fisher Family, The Vicksburg Semi-Weekly Commercial, Vicksburg, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, 05 September, 1913, unk.. Hereinafter cited as Vicksburg Commercial.
  3. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 118 household 124 Franklin Twp., Montour Co., PA Rachel Lambertson with Aaron Lambertson and William Teple.
  4. [S332] William W. Scott, compiler, History Of Passaic And Its Environs (New York and Chicago: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1922). Hereinafter cited as History Of Passac And Its Environs.
  5. [S87] Unknown compiler, 1830 Federal Census Online (n.p.: n.pub.), Springfield Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA John Lamberson.
  6. [S292] Unknown compiler, 1820 Federal Census Online (n.p.: n.pub.), Catawissa Twp., Northumberland Co., PA John Lomason.
  7. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 83 household 83 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI John Lomison.
  8. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 1828 household 1844 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI John Lomison.
  9. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 163 household 165 Park Twp., St. Joseph Co., MI Jno Lomison.
  10. [S519] Unknown household, 1850-1885 unknown record type, Provo, UT, US, Ancestry.com.
  11. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), ED 200 dwelling 80 household 87 Park Twp., St. Joseph, MI John Lomison (croszsed out) - There seems to be confusion on the part of the enumerator as to whether to count John Lomison who had recently died. The mortality schedule indicates John died in July, 1879. The enumerator was present on 5 Jun., 1880.. Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.

John Lomison1

M, #9742, b. circa 1840, d. before 1850

Father*Jeremiah Lomison1 b. 1814, d. 19 Mar 1897
Mother*Mary A. "May" Mervine1 b. c 1816
John Lomison|b. c 1840\nd. b 1850|p194.htm#i9742|Jeremiah Lomison|b. 1814\nd. 19 Mar 1897|p194.htm#i9729|Mary A. "May" Mervine|b. c 1816|p209.htm#i9730|William Lomison|b. 1788\nd. 1862|p195.htm#i9640|Anna Fulkerson|b. 1787\nd. 11 Dec 1856|p113.htm#i9641|||||||

Birth*circa 1840 John Lomison was born circa 1840 at Indiana County, PA, US.1 
Death*before 1850 He died before 1850 at Indiana County, PA, US; died in childhood.1 

Citations

  1. [S359] Unknown article title, Indiana Messenger (Indiana Co., PA), unknown location, 24 Mar., 1897, page 3. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Messenger.
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