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Endnotes; Ancestors of James LYLE Ancestors of James LYLE



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1. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1, 1714-1758 (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1980, Original Date 1900), p. 543-44: Will of Francis Wayne, Easttown, dated Dec. 30, 1762, probated Mar. 19, 1763. He left money to his daughter Elizabeth Lyle and to his grandchildren Martha and Francis Lyle when of age. This implies James was not born before 1763.
2. International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL)), Birth of James Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1775. Montgomery Co. was not created out of Philadelphia Co. until 1784 and the date is rather late.
3. Pennsylvania Archives (Harrisburg, PA: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania), Series 3, Vol. 16: Federal tax - Upper Merion Township, County of Philadelphia - 1783. p. 707: that James Lyle does not appear implies he was not yet 21 years of age. His older brother Francis and father John are both listed.
4. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 6, Vol. 3: Militia Roll for upper part of Upper Merion Township, Montgomery 1786. p. 729: for James Lyle to appear, he had to be 18 by this year, or born by 1768.
5. John Lyle will (8 Nov 1814, codicil 6 Feb 1815), Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate records as transcribed by Dolores A. Woods, codicil states: "I give and bequeath to my son James Lyle one Dollar having heretofore given him all that I intended as his share of my estate.".
6. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of James Lyle and Miss Crawford, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1799.
7. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 6, Vol. 3: Militia Roll for upper part of Upper Merion Township, Montgomery 1786. p. 729.
8. AISI, AIS Indexes to U.S. Censuses, Search 1, 1607-1819 (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, Inc., 1984), all Lile/Lisle/Lyle/Lysle entries for 1790 for PA searched. Other Lyle families in Montgomery Co. were another John Lyle, household 1 male 16+, 3 males <16, 2 females, 3 other free persons and Hannah Lyle, household 1 male 16+, 3 males <16, 4 females. In Southwark, Philadelphia were two Walter Lyle households. No others with that spelling but several Lisle lived in Philadelphia Co. and elsewhere and a James Lysle in Huntingdon Co.
9. United States Census Office, Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790. Pennsylvania (Athens, Ga: Iberian Pub. Co., 1991, Bicentennial edition, Originally printed: Washington, D.C. : G.P.O., 1908), p. 166, Eastern Portion of Montgomery County. Hereinafter cited as 1790 census for Pennsylvania.
10. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills & Administrations, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1, 1784-1823 (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1912), p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, incorrectly shows date of will as Nov. 8, 1815 vice 1814, probated Nov. 27, 1815, citing Will Book 4, page 171. Also the abstract omitted the name of John's son James and recorded six vice five children to divide any remainder of the estate, adding a fictious daughter Margaret.
11. John Lyle will, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate, Dolores A. Woods.
12. Thomas Allen Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions and Those Who Lived in Them, With Genealogies of the Various Families Mentioned; Second Series (Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates & Co., 1900), p. 305. Hereinafter cited as Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series.
13. Alice Woods Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family of that name as far back as I can learn of it (Lyons, Nebr.: author, n.d.), p. 10 states John was born in Ireland in 1728 and emigrated to America with no further details. Hereinafter cited as Woods, Being the history of the family.
14. Henry Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, Delaware County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1915), microfilm no. 0924677, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, John, d. 11, 1, 1815; 87th yr. which implies he was then age 86 and probably born in 1729. Hereinafter cited as The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor.
15. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills, p. 543-44: Will of Francis Wayne, Easttown, dated Dec. 30, 1762, probated Mar. 19, 1763. He left money to his daughter Elizabeth Lyle and to his grandchildren Martha and Francis Lyle when of age. This means both children were born before the will was written and implies the parents were married.
16. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1762. The date is late as they already had two children that year and Montgomery Co. was not created out of Philadelphia Co. until 1784.
17. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family.
18. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, Elizabeth, wife John (dau. Francis and Elizabeth Wayne, née Jackson), d. 1, 18, 1791; 52 yrs.
19. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, gives the date as 15 Nov 1815 which may be incorrect.
20. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, John, d. 11, 1, 1815; 87th yr.
21. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, incorrectly shows date of will as Nov. 8, 1815 vice 1814, probated Nov. 27, 1815, citing Will Book 4, page 171.
22. Wayland F. Dunaway, The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania (1944; reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981), p. 38-39.
23. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 14: Proprietary tax list of Philadelphia County & City, 1769 - Upper Merion Township. p. 106: George George, assessor: John Lisle for acres (..), horses 2, cattle 4, servants (..), tax 2.13.4.
24. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 14: Provincial tax list of Philadelphia County & City, 1774 - Upper Merion Township. p. 454: Isaac Hughes, assessor: John Lyle for acres 150, horses 3, cattle 6, servants (..), tax 13.12.0.
25. Theo W. Bean, History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1884, as transcribed by Susan Walters at <http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/montgomery/beantoc.htm>, downloaded 1 Feb 2003), Chapter LXXVII, Upper Merion Township by Wm. L. Buck, page 1120.
26. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 14: Effective Supply tax list of Philadelphia County & City, 1779 - Upper Merion Township. p. 723: John Lisle, d. , tax £14 (d. denotes double tax).
27. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 14: Effective Supply tax list of Philadelphia County & City, 1779 - p. 470, a statement regarding the tax.
28. Bean, History of Montgomery County, Chapter LXXVII, Upper Merion Township by Wm. L. Buck, list of taxables, 1780, Isaac Hughs assessor; Samuel Holstein assistant assessor, and Peter Holstein, collector.
29. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 16: Effective Supply tax - Upper Merion Township, County of Philadelphia - 1781. p. 45: John Lyle, farmer: valuation 889, tax 15.6.8.
30. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 16: Effective Supply tax - Upper Merion Township, County of Philadelphia - 1782. p. 220: John Lyle: valuation 866, tax 7.7.10.
31. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 16: Federal tax - Upper Merion Township, County of Philadelphia - 1783. p. 706: John Lyle: 186 acres, 3 horses, 4 cattle, no sheep or negroes.
32. Bean, History of Montgomery County, Chapter LXXVII, Upper Merion Township by Wm. L. Buck, page 1117.
33. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 328: Lyle, John with only citation "XI" which means he was mentioned in a subscription list for repairing and covering wall, 1785.
34. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 98, Will of George George, Upper Merion, dated Sep 13, 1790, probated May 7, 1796, citing Will Book 1, page 508.
35. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, incorrectly shows date of will as Nov. 8, 1815 vice 1814, probated Nov. 27, 1815, citing Will Book 4, page 171. Also the abstract omitted reference to John's son Anthony.
36. John Lyle will, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate, Dolores A. Woods, Inventory 27 Nov 1815 document #2245 & 2246.
37. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills, p. 543-44: Will of Francis Wayne, Easttown, dated Dec. 30, 1762, probated Mar. 19, 1763. He left money to his daughter Elizabeth Lyle and to his grandchildren Martha and Francis Lyle when of age. This means they were born no later than the date of the will.
38. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of Martha Lyle and Peter Bones, Abt 1786, Montgomery Co, PA.
39. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of Upper Merion, dated Nov. 8, 1815, probated Nov. 27, 1815. He left a bequest to daughter Martha's children and did not include her in the codicil which named only surviving children.
40. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Francis Wayne Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1762. Montgomery Co. was not created out of Philadelphia Co. until 1784.
41. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3, Vol. 16: Federal tax - Upper Merion Township, County of Philadelphia - 1783. p. 707: Francis Lyle, no assets (acres, horses, cattle, sheep or negroes): implies he was at least 21 years of age.
42. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, Francis, d. 11, 4, 1834; 74 yrs. which seems to say was 74 years old and probably born in 1760.
43. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of Francis Wayne Lyle and Miss Brooks, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1784.
44. Genealogy of the Wayne Family, Location: Historic Waynesborough, online 5 Jun 2002 at <http://www.madanthonywayne.org/WayneDescendants.htm>.
45. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, Francis, d. 11, 4, 1834; 74 yrs.
46. Francis Lyle will (20 Aug 1834), Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate records as transcribed by Dolores A. Woods.
47. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 328: Lyle, Francis with citations "XII" which means he was mentioned in a subscription list for enlarging the graveyard, 1809; and Ves. 1814-1834 which means he was a vestryman in those years and possibly between.
48. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 313-14, Will of Mary Kirkpatrick, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 18, 1816, probated Jan. 9, 1817, citing Will Book 4, page 314: Exec: Brother Francis Lyle.
49. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 336, Will of Aby McLernon, Upper Merion, dated May 11, 1818, probated Feb. 16, 1819, citing Will Book 5, page 115: To dau. Mary, household goods, wearing apparel and 1/2 estate. To son Charles other 1/2 estate. Exec: Francis Lyle. Wit: Robert Moore, Mordecai Moore.
50. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills & Administrations, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 2 (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1912), p. 116, Will of Francis Lyle, Upper Merion, dated Aug. 20, 1834, probated Nov. 13, 1834, citing Will Book 7, page 379.
51. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 8, 1815, probated Nov. 27, 1815.
52. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Mary Lyle, Abt. 1767, PA, parents John Lyle and Mrs. John Lyle.
53. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 8, 1815, probated Nov. 27, 1815: 'To dau. Mary Kirkpatrick'.
54. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 5: at the time of her marriage she was reportedly less than 21 (D. A. Woods gives her birthdate as 3-8-1771).
55. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 8, 1815, probated Nov. 27, 1815: 'To dau. Elizabeth Wood's children'.
56. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of Elizabeth Lyle and Robert Woods, 20 Mar 1792, Southwark, Philadelphia, PA, Batch #7731204, film 1126152, sheet 47.
57. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 5: says marriage certificate in possession of Robert V. Woods of Blain, Perry Co., Penn. which reads: "This certifies to whom it may concern, that Robert Woods of Chester County, and Elizabeth Lyle of Montgomery County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, were legally joined together in the holy bonds of matrimony on the evening of Tuesday, March 20, 1792, in Southwark, Philadelphia by me, Thomas Ustic, G. D. M.".
58. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 11: ". . . Julia Ann, born November 10, 1812 . . . When Julia Ann was seven weeks old, Elizabeth Lyle Woods, mother of these ten children died. The cause of her death is not known".
59. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 11.
60. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 11 (Academia is currently in Beale Township, Juniata County, but at that time it was still part of Milford Township, Mifflin County).
61. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of John Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1773. Montgomery Co. was not created out of Philadelphia Co. until 1784.
62. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 284 in list of interments: Lyle, John, d. 4, 23, 1835; 62d yr.
63. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 122, Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, dated April 10, 1825, probated May 16, 1835, citing Will Book 7, page 427: To wife, Jane, 1/3 of estate yearly. To son John, interest of $500 and bed, etc. $500 to be equally divided among 3 children, William, Agnes and Thomas. Rem. of estate to remaining children equally. Execrs. William and Agnes and Thomas Lyle. Wits. William and Mary Woodman.
64. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, her first name not mentioned.
65. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 122, Will of John Lyle, Upper Merion, dated April 10, 1825, probated May 16, 1835, citing Will Book 7, page 427.
66. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Benjamin Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1774. Montgomery Co. was not created out of Philadelphia Co. until 1784.
67. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Abbey Lyle, daughter of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1779.
68. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 313-14, Will of Mary Kirkpatrick, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 18, 1816, probated Jan. 9, 1817, citing Will Book 4, page 314: Exec: Brother Francis Lyle, left bequest to sister Abi McLemon.
69. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Marriage of Abbey Lyle and Mr. McCellan, Abt 1799, Montgomery Co, PA.
70. John Lyle will, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate, Dolores A. Woods, codicil dated 6 Feb 1815.
71. International Genealogical Index (IGI), birth of Anthony Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne: about 1783, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
72. John Lyle will, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, probate, Dolores A. Woods, "I will and order my said son John to keep and support my son Anthony in a comfortable clothing and any other necessary of life during the term of his natural life".
73. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Walter Lyle, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne, Montgomery Co., PA, Abt. 1785.
74. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 313-14, Will of Mary Kirkpatrick, Upper Merion, dated Nov. 18, 1816, probated Jan. 9, 1817, citing Will Book 4, page 314: Exec: Brother Francis Lyle, bequest to sister Mary, widow of Walter Lyle.
75. Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Collections v. 269, Abstract of Wills &, p. 298-99: Will of Upper Merion, dated Nov. 8, 1815, probated Nov. 27, 1815. He left a bequest to son Walter Lyle's children and did not include him in the codicil which named only surviving children.
76. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Birth of Charles Lyle, Abt. 1787, Montgomery County, PA, son of John Lyle and Elizabeth Wayne.
77. Genealogy of Wayne Family, online 5 Jun 2002 at <http://www.madanthonywayne.org/WayneDescendants.htm>,
See tombstone of Isaac Wayne, uncle of Elizabeth (Lyle) Woods and partially seen next to it is supposedly that of his father who would be her grandfather, Anthony Wayne (the Emigrant in the Woods genealogy) at <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=641334&GRid=6823447&>.
78. Welker, Woods, Being the history of the family, p. 10.
79. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills, p. 543-44, citing book M, page 499.
80. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, p. 304.
81. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 300, interments: Wayne, Francis, d.1, 31, 1763; 73 yrs.
82. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, p. 302-4: "It is believed that Francis was married before coming to America, as no record of his marriage in this country has been, so far, found".
83. Edwin Jaquett Sellers, English Ancestry of the Wayne Family of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: n.pub., 1927), p. 27. Francis, eldest son. Epitaph at St. David's: "Here lieth the body of Francis Wayne, who departed this Life the 31st Day of January 1763, Aged 73 years. Also of Elizabeth Wayne, his wife, who died the 27th Day of August, 1771, Aged 79 years. The sweet remembrance of the Just shall flourish when they sleep in dust.".
84. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, page 304.
85. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, p. 302.
86. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, p. 302-3: a typewritten copy of the will.
87. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills, p. 543-44, Will of Francis Wayne, citing book M, page 499.
88. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 300: Wayne, Anthony, d. 3, 14, 1755; 31 yrs.
89. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, page 304 (though this marriage could have been of a different Humphrey Wayne?).
90. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, page 304, citing Pennsylvania Archives, second series, vol. 13, p. 666.
91. Prepared by Jacob Martin. Indexed by Gilbert Cope, Abstract of Wills, p. 543-4, abstract of the will of Franics Wayne, Easttown, Dec. 30, 1762: monies left to her five children, but not to her unlike her sisters who received bequests, thus implying Rebecca was deceased.
92. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 300, interments: Wayne, Elizabeth, wife Francis (dau. ---- and --- Jackson), d. 8, 27, 1771; 79 years.
93. Glenn, Some Colonial Mansions; Second Series, p. 302. Anthony . . . emigrated with his wife Hannah Faulkner . . . to America in 1722-23.
94. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 300, interments: Wayne, Anthony (m. Hannah Faulkner), d. 12, 2, 1739; 73 yrs.
95. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, epitaph, page 25.
96. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 21-22.
97. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 21-7.
98. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 27.
99. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677.
100. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 24.
101. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 26.
102. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 28.
103. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 301, Radnor's Retired Roll: Wayne, Isaac, Esq., emigrated from Co. Wicklow, Ireland, to Pennsylvania, 1724 (m. Elizabeth, dau. Richard and Margaret Iddings, née Phillips); d. 11, 1774; 75 yrs.
104. Pleasants, The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, FHL microfilm 0924677, p. 301, Radnor's Retired Roll: Wayne, William, son Anthony, d. 4, 22, 1726; 18 yrs.
105. Sellers, English Ancestry of Wayne, page 30.



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