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Samuel EDGERTON5,128 was born in May 1670 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He died on 7 Jun 1748 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He is reference number 9553. Parents: Richard EDGERTON and Mary SYLVESTOR.

Spouse: Alice RIPLEY. Samuel EDGERTON and Alice RIPLEY were married on 18 Apr 1703 in Norwich, New London, CT.5 Reference Number:36100 Children were: Samuel EDGERTON, Peter EDGERTON, Joshua EDGERTON, William EDGERTON, John EDGERTON, Mary EDGERTON, Elijiah EDGERTON, David EDGERTON, Alice EDGERTON, Daniel EDGERTON.


Samuel EDGERTON5,128 was born on 15 Mar 1703 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He died on 21 Sep 1780 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He is reference number 9555. Parents: Samuel EDGERTON and Alice RIPLEY.

Spouse: Margaret ABELL. Samuel EDGERTON and Margaret ABELL were married about 1719 in Norwich, New London, CT.5


Sarah EDGERTON5,128 was born in Apr 1667.5,128 Parents: Richard EDGERTON and Mary SYLVESTOR.


Submit EDGERTON5,128 was born on 15 May 1738 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He died on 15 May 1738 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He is reference number 9544. Parents: William EDGERTON and Lydia BARSTOW.


William EDGERTON5,128 was born on 25 Apr 1710 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He died in Dec 1760 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 He is reference number 8412. Parents: Samuel EDGERTON and Alice RIPLEY.

Spouse: Lydia BARSTOW. William EDGERTON and Lydia BARSTOW were married on 6 Nov 1733 in Norwich, New London, CT.5 Reference Number:31820 Children were: Asa EDGERTON, Submit EDGERTON, Martha EDGERTON, Zerviah EDGERTON, Alice EDGERTON, Rebecca EDGERTON, Ezra EDGERTON, Lavina EDGERTON, Ariel EDGERTON, Lebbeus EDGERTON.


William EDGERTON5,128 was born on 3 Jan 1785.5,128 He died about 1840.5,128 Parents: Ariel EDGERTON and Ednah HUNTINGTON.

Spouse: Sophia HUBBARD. William EDGERTON and Sophia HUBBARD were married.


Zerviah EDGERTON5,128 was born on 8 Aug 1741 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 She died on 30 Mar 1760 in Norwich, New London CT.5,128 She is reference number 9546. Parents: William EDGERTON and Lydia BARSTOW.


EDGIAH3,387,608 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 61078.

Spouse: Edmond POWELL. Edmond POWELL and EDGIAH were married about 1855.3,387,608 Reference Number:1032932
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1900 Census married 45 married with 5 children and 3 living in 1900.


Lady EDGINA7,207 was born about 875. PED FROM MARY LEE PERRY Parents: .

Spouse: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I. West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Lady EDGINA were married. Children were: Princess EDGINA.


Princess EDGINA7,207 was born about 905. ES 11:78;PED OF AUGUSTINE H. AYERS Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Lady EDGINA.

Spouse: Count Of Vermandois HERIBERT.


Abraham EDGINGTON2,3 was born on 1 May 1780 in , Ohio Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 2 Aug 1848 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Aerl Cemetery, Eagle Twp., Brown Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 30536. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











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See Davidson Genealogy. Parents: Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Jane KINCAID. Abraham EDGINGTON and Jane KINCAID were married on 18 May 1802 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:574785 Children were: Mary Ann EDGINGTON.


Alfred A. EDGINGTON3 died on 10 Jan 1873 in Desha County, Arkansas.3 He is reference number 52654.

Spouse: Lucretia BOYD. Alfred A. EDGINGTON and Lucretia BOYD were married about 1860.3 Reference Number:482653


Allen EDGINGTON3,739 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 27211.

Spouse: Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON. Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON were married. Reference Number:519398 Children were: Verne EDGINGTON, Bernard EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON, C. Dale EDGINGTON.


Andrew EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30543. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Isaac EDGINGTON Jr./Margaret PALMER.
Marriage to Emily HOLLIDAY: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Isaac EDGINGTON Jr./Margaret PALMER.
Marriage to Emily HOLLIDAY: (1a) Parents: ,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON and Margaret PALMER.

Spouse: Emily HOLLIDAY. Andrew EDGINGTON and Emily HOLLIDAY were married. Reference Number:574921


Asahel EDGINGTON2,3 was born between 1758 and 1772 in , WV.2,3 He died in Dec 1793 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 30530. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.73-75,784. Cites: (a)
"McDonald's Sketches" (Cincinnati, OH, 1838).
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Brother of John Edgington. Under age 35 at death (b. 1758 or
later). (2a) Asahel or Ebeneezer, s/o Joseph EDGINTON/Eleanor, killed by
Indians. (NOTE: Source does not list a brother John for this family. Source
does list Asahel and John, sons of Thomas EDGINGTON/Martha.)
Married __ __: (1) Left a wife and infant girl at his death.
Death: (1) Dec 1793, Lick Fork of Brush Creek, Northwest Territory (later Adams
Co., OH). Killed by Indians while hunting deer.

(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims.
(1) John and Asahel EDGINGTON, brothers, were noted deer hunters and Indian
fighters.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.73-75,784. Cites: (a)
"McDonald's Sketches" (Cincinnati, OH, 1838).
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Brother of John Edgington. Under age 35 at death (b. 1758 or
later). (2a) Asahel or Ebeneezer, s/o Joseph EDGINTON/Eleanor, killed by
Indians. (NOTE: Source does not list a brother John for this family. Source
does list Asahel and John, sons of Thomas EDGINGTON/Martha.)
Married __ __: (1) Left a wife and infant girl at his death.
Death: (1) Dec 1793, Lick Fork of Brush Creek, Northwest Territory (later Adams
Co., OH). Killed by Indians while hunting deer.

(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims.
(1) John and Asahel EDGINGTON, brothers, were noted deer hunters and Indian
fighters. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.


Azariah EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1796 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1858.2,3 He is reference number 30557. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) c.1796, s/o Isaac EDGINTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Nancy BROWN: (1a) 1820.
Death: (1a) 1858.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) c.1796, s/o Isaac EDGINTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Nancy BROWN: (1a) 1820.
Death: (1a) 1858. Parents: Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Nancy BROWN. Azariah EDGINGTON and Nancy BROWN were married in 1820 in , OH.2,3 Reference Number:575111 Children were: Nancy EDGINGTON.


Bernard EDGINGTON3,739 died between 1925 and 1990.3,739 He is reference number 27214. Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.


C. Dale EDGINGTON3,739 died between 1925 and 1990.3,739 He was born on 9 Dec 1925 in Ottumwa, Iowa.3,739 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,739 He was buried on 5 Dec 1990 in Shaul Cementary, Ottumwa, Iowa.3,739 He is reference number 27212. Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Living STANSBERRY. Children were: Living EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON, Living EDGINGTON.


Elizabeth EDGINGTON7,188 was born about 1822.

Spouse: Jr. Ross WILLIAM. Jr. Ross WILLIAM and Elizabeth EDGINGTON were married.


George EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown in Holiday Cove, Hancock Co., West Virginia.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Holiday Cove, Hancock Co., West Virginia.2,3 He is reference number 29849. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991. Cites:
(a) "The Descent of George Edgington," by Packer. (b) Nathaniel Wells
Notebook, 1878. Tradition told by Lucinda Hartford, great grandaughter of
George Edgington. (c) Draper Manuscripts. Interview with George Edgington,
grandson of the immigrant. 16S217, 271. Vol. 16, p.271. (d) Boston Transcript
#6860, 7 Feb 1934. (e) Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia,
PA Archives, Series 2, Vo. IX. (f) "The Leedom Family," by Eachus.

!Birth: (1b,f) Family tradition says he was b. in Wales. (1c) 1707, England.
Marriage to Margaret Broome: (1a) Unnamed wife. Near Philadelphia. (1c)
Unnamed wife. At age 34 (m. 1741). (1d) "I think her name was Margaret
Broome." (1e,f) 30 Jul 1743, First Prebyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA.
Death: (1) On the family farm at Holliday Cove, West Virginia.
Burial: (1) On the family farm at Holliday Cove, West Virginia.

(1b,e) Family tradition says that his family moved to London, England.
(1c) 1722: Came to America at age 15. (1b) Family tradition says that one day,
because he was punished in school and did not want to face certain future
punishment at home, he ran away by stowing aboard a ship bound for America.
(1a) Came to America when a boy. (1c) He left home due to a severe whipping,
hid on board a vessel and was not discovered until well out at sea. (1d) Came
from London, England to America. (1e) About 1740. Came to Philadelphia.
(1a,c) Settled first near Philadelphia.
(1a) Went to Hampshire, VA, below the mouth of the South Branch, 30 miles from
Winchester.
(1) Bef. 1744: Moved to near present day Wheeling, West Virginia, on a tributary of the
Ohio River. (1d) Settled on a fork of the Potomac River not far from the
present site of Romney, West Virginia, probably in the 1740's.
(1) According to family tradition, sometime after his settlement in the VA back
country, he was captured by Indians. (1a) EDGINGTON went to a tub mill
belonging to EDWARDS, and there were about a dozen Dutch boys and girls also
there at the mill. All had to stay overnight. The next morning, all were taken
by the Indians, tomahawked or kidnapped. The Indians tomahawked the
children, except two boys and EDGINGTON, in the mill and set it on fire and
started for Fort Duquense. After going 3 miles, they killed the two remaining
Dutch boys. In crossing a stream, an Indian walked over a log, leaving
EDGINGTON, who waded; and when in the middle of the stream, he pulled in the
Indian, who, when reaching the shore, aimed a tomahawk blow, which EDGINGTON
partly dodged, splitting his nose and upper lip. The other Indians interfered
and saved a repitition of the blow, tied up the wound, and took him first to
Fort Duquesne, and then up the Scioto and kept him for 3 years. Two days
after he was taken, his wife barely escaped, being with a couple of families
of 8 persons, under protection of the soldiers going to Edwards Fort. All were
waylaid and killed. (1c) He was captured near a grist mill and spent 3 years
as a captive. He ran away from the Indians and became lost and returned to
his captors, later being traded to the British.
(1) 1772, 10 Aug: Bought from William CUNNINGHAM 200 acres, Hampshire Co., VA.
(1) 1774, 2 Oct: George EDGINGTON sold to Levi ASHBROOK 200 acres granted to
William CUNNINGHAM and conveyed to EDGINGTON 10 Aug 1772, Hampshire Co., VA.
(1) 1777, 23 Oct: George EDGINGTON of Hampshire Co., VA received a grant from
Lord FAIRFAX for 226 acres near Dillon's Run, a branch of Great Cacayelion,
Hampshire Co., VA, bounded as by a survey made by Elias POSTON, beginning at
a Chestnut oak, the said EDGINGTON's corner, thence to James BRADY's corner,
George NIXON's corner, crossing a frain of Dillon's Run to Michael LAUBINGER's
line, to John ENGLE's corner, to EDGINGTON's corner, then to the beginning,
with all rights, members and appurtenances, Royal Mines excepted, and a full
third of all lead, copper, tin, coals, iron mine & iron ore that shall be
found thereon.
(1) 1779, 24 Aug: Received a grant for the same property deeded in 1777.
(1) 1779, 25 Aug: George EDGINGTON of Hampshire Co., VA received a grant for
152 acres on both sides of the top of Riserman's Mountain in Hampshire Co.,
surveyed 11 Nov 1762, beginning at 2 white oaks & spanish oak on the SE side
of the mountain by the path that leads from EDGINGTON's to ASHBROOK's in his
former line, crossing the mountain twice before returning to the beginning
point.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991. Cites:
(a) "The Descent of George Edgington," by Packer. (b) Nathaniel Wells
Notebook, 1878. Tradition told by Lucinda Hartford, great grandaughter of
George Edgington. (c) Draper Manuscripts. Interview with George Edgington,
grandson of the immigrant. 16S217, 271. Vol. 16, p.271. (d) Boston Transcript
#6860, 7 Feb 1934. (e) Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia,
PA Archives, Series 2, Vo. IX. (f) "The Leedom Family," by Eachus.

!Birth: (1b,f) Family tradition says he was b. in Wales. (1c) 1707, England.
Marriage to Margaret Broome: (1a) Unnamed wife. Near Philadelphia. (1c)
Unnamed wife. At age 34 (m. 1741). (1d) "I think her name was Margaret
Broome." (1e,f) 30 Jul 1743, First Prebyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA.
Death: (1) On the family farm at Holliday Cove, WV.
Burial: (1) On the family farm at Holliday Cove, WV.

(1b,e) Family tradition says that his family moved to London, England.
(1c) 1722: Came to America at age 15. (1b) Family tradition says that one day,
because he was punished in school and did not want to face certain future
punishment at home, he ran away by stowing aboard a ship bound for America.
(1a) Came to America when a boy. (1c) He left home due to a severe whipping,
hid on board a vessel and was not discovered until well out at sea. (1d) Came
from London, England to America. (1e) About 1740. Came to Philadelphia.
(1a,c) Settled first near Philadelphia.
(1a) Went to Hampshire, VA, below the mouth of the South Branch, 30 miles from
Winchester.
(1) Bef. 1744: Moved to near present day Wheeling, WV, on a tributary of the
Ohio River. (1d) Settled on a fork of the Potomac River not far from the
present site of Romney, WV, probably in the 1740's.
(1) According to family tradition, sometime after his settlement in the VA back
country, he was captured by Indians. (1a) EDGINGTON went to a tub mill
belonging to EDWARDS, and there were about a dozen Dutch boys and girls also
there at the mill. All had to stay overnight. The next morning, all were taken
by the Indians, tomahawked or kidnapped. The Indians tomahawked the
children, except two boys and EDGINGTON, in the mill and set it on fire and
started for Fort Duquense. After going 3 miles, they killed the two remaining
Dutch boys. In crossing a stream, an Indian walked over a log, leaving
EDGINGTON, who waded; and when in the middle of the stream, he pulled in the
Indian, who, when reaching the shore, aimed a tomahawk blow, which EDGINGTON
partly dodged, splitting his nose and upper lip. The other Indians interfered
and saved a repitition of the blow, tied up the wound, and took him first to
Fort Duquesne, and then up the Scioto and kept him for 3 years. Two days
after he was taken, his wife barely escaped, being with a couple of families
of 8 persons, under protection of the soldiers going to Edwards Fort. All were
waylaid and killed. (1c) He was captured near a grist mill and spent 3 years
as a captive. He ran away from the Indians and became lost and returned to
his captors, later being traded to the British.
(1) 1772, 10 Aug: Bought from William CUNNINGHAM 200 acres, Hampshire Co., VA.
(1) 1774, 2 Oct: George EDGINGTON sold to Levi ASHBROOK 200 acres granted to
William CUNNINGHAM and conveyed to EDGINGTON 10 Aug 1772, Hampshire Co., VA.
(1) 1777, 23 Oct: George EDGINGTON of Hampshire Co., VA received a grant from
Lord FAIRFAX for 226 acres near Dillon's Run, a branch of Great Cacayelion,
Hampshire Co., VA, bounded as by a survey made by Elias POSTON, beginning at
a Chestnut oak, the said EDGINGTON's corner, thence to James BRADY's corner,
George NIXON's corner, crossing a frain of Dillon's Run to Michael LAUBINGER's
line, to John ENGLE's corner, to EDGINGTON's corner, then to the beginning,
with all rights, members and appurtenances, Royal Mines excepted, and a full
third of all lead, copper, tin, coals, iron mine & iron ore that shall be
found thereon.
(1) 1779, 24 Aug: Received a grant for the same property deeded in 1777.
(1) 1779, 25 Aug: George EDGINGTON of Hampshire Co., VA received a grant for
152 acres on both sides of the top of Riserman's Mountain in Hampshire Co.,
surveyed 11 Nov 1762, beginning at 2 white oaks & spanish oak on the SE side
of the mountain by the path that leads from EDGINGTON's to ASHBROOK's in his
former line, crossing the mountain twice before returning to the beginning
point.

Spouse: Margaret BROOME. George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME were married on 30 Jul 1743 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:560067 Children were: Thomas EDGINGTON, George EDGINGTON, Joseph EDGINGTON, Isaac EDGINGTON, John EDGINGTON, Asahel EDGINGTON, Jesse EDGINGTON, Jemima EDGINGTON.


George EDGINGTON2,3 was born between 1746 and 1750 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1816 in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Edgington Cem., Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 30515. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.46,88,91-92,120,125,461,734.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.13. FHL #522,842.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(5) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2) 1750, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,5a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5a) 1746.
Marriage to Mary NAYLOR: (4) 1774, Hampshire Co., VA. (5a) Mary (NAYLOR?).
Marriage to Almira LEEDOM: (4)
Death: (4) 1815/1817. (5a) 1816.
Burial: (4) Edgington Cemetery, near Bentonville, Adams Co., OH.

(1) Came from VA to Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1792/4: Among the chainmen and "markers" for surveyor Arthur FOX in the
Northwest Territory, in what later would be come Adams Co., OH were William
LEEDOM, George EDGINGTON, Robert SMITH, Duncan McKENZIE, James THOMPSON, Robert
WALTON, James McCUTLIN and John REED.
(1) 1796: Settled in Adams Co., OH among the first settlers at Bentonville. The
first settlers in what is now Sprigg Twp. were Isaac EDGINGTON, George
EDGINGTON, and William LEEDOM, son-in-law of George EDGINGTON.
(1) 1797: Entertained travelers at his residence just south of Bentonville on
Zane's Trace as early as 1797.
(1) 1798, 12 Jun: Served on Grand Jury, Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1799, 11 Jun: Court attachments were issued by the Adams Co., OH court
convened at Washington for George EDGINGTON, Phillip ROUSH, Jacob BEAM and
others for "contempt of the court's precept issued to the sheriff for
summoning a grand jury" at the previous term of the court.
(1) 1800: Opened a tavern near Bentonville. This afterwards became one of the
noted old inns of the county. It was a large, two-story, hewed log building
situated among great spreading elms and locusts just to the south of
Bentonville on the old Limestone Road. It later became the residence of Henry
GAFFIN who married a granddaughter of William LEEDOM.
(1) 1800, Jun: A petition to the Adams Co., OH court for a road from the
crossing of Elk Run to intersect the Limestone Road at or near the residence
of George or Isaac EDGINGTON (near Union Church, south of Bentonville) was
signed by George ROGERS, Ezekiel ROGERS, Peter BILBER, Richard ROUNDSAVILL,
John ROGERS, Nathaniel ROGERS, John AUSTIN, Wm. L. KENNER, I. DONALSON, Wm.
MORRISON, John MORRISON, Joseph MORRISON, John GOODIN and Daniel HENDERSON.
(3) 1809: George EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2,
195 acres, land entered by HOPKINS.
(1) Baptist.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.46,88,91-92,120,125,461,734.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.13. FHL #522,842.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(5) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2) 1750, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,5a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5a) 1746.
Marriage to Mary NAYLOR: (4) 1774, Hampshire Co., VA. (5a) Mary (NAYLOR?).
Marriage to Almira LEEDOM: (4)
Death: (4) 1815/1817. (5a) 1816.
Burial: (4) Edgington Cemetery, near Bentonville, Adams Co., OH.

(1) Came from VA to Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1792/4: Among the chainmen and "markers" for surveyor Arthur FOX in the
Northwest Territory, in what later would be come Adams Co., OH were William
LEEDOM, George EDGINGTON, Robert SMITH, Duncan McKENZIE, James THOMPSON, Robert
WALTON, James McCUTLIN and John REED.
(1) 1796: Settled in Adams Co., OH among the first settlers at Bentonville. The
first settlers in what is now Sprigg Twp. were Isaac EDGINGTON, George
EDGINGTON, and William LEEDOM, son-in-law of George EDGINGTON.
(1) 1797: Entertained travelers at his residence just south of Bentonville on
Zane's Trace as early as 1797.
(1) 1798, 12 Jun: Served on Grand Jury, Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1799, 11 Jun: Court attachments were issued by the Adams Co., OH court
convened at Washington for George EDGINGTON, Phillip ROUSH, Jacob BEAM and
others for "contempt of the court's precept issued to the sheriff for
summoning a grand jury" at the previous term of the court.
(1) 1800: Opened a tavern near Bentonville. This afterwards became one of the
noted old inns of the county. It was a large, two-story, hewed log building
situated among great spreading elms and locusts just to the south of
Bentonville on the old Limestone Road. It later became the residence of Henry
GAFFIN who married a granddaughter of William LEEDOM.
(1) 1800, Jun: A petition to the Adams Co., OH court for a road from the
crossing of Elk Run to intersect the Limestone Road at or near the residence
of George or Isaac EDGINGTON (near Union Church, south of Bentonville) was
signed by George ROGERS, Ezekiel ROGERS, Peter BILBER, Richard ROUNDSAVILL,
John ROGERS, Nathaniel ROGERS, John AUSTIN, Wm. L. KENNER, I. DONALSON, Wm.
MORRISON, John MORRISON, Joseph MORRISON, John GOODIN and Daniel HENDERSON.
(3) 1809: George EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2,
195 acres, land entered by HOPKINS.
(1) Baptist. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Almira LEEDOM. George EDGINGTON and Almira LEEDOM were married. Reference Number:574281

Spouse: Mary NAYLOR. George EDGINGTON and Mary NAYLOR were married in 1774 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:574282 Children were: Tacy EDGINGTON.


Isaac EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30553. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Jacob EDGINGTON/Mary Ann DOBBINS.
Marriage to Martha McKEE: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Jacob EDGINGTON/Mary Ann DOBBINS.
Marriage to Martha McKEE: (1a) Parents: Jacob EDGINGTON and Mary Ann DOBBINS.

Spouse: Martha MC KEE. Isaac EDGINGTON and Martha MC KEE were married. Reference Number:575062


Isaac EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1752 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1836 in Bentonville, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 30517. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.88,98,99,120,389,437,461,784.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.12. FHL #522,842.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(5) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2,5a) 1752, Hampshire Co., VA, s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
(NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5a) Age 84 at death in 1836 (b. 1752).
Marriage to Elizabeth __: (2,5a) (4) 1777.
Death: (4,5a) 1836. (4) Bentonville, Adams Co., OH.

(5a) Moved to Ohio Co., now Brooke Co., VA, now WV, near Wheeling.
(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims. (5a) Came to Adams
Co., OH, 1794.
(1) The first cabins built in Manchester, Adams Co., OH outside the stockade
were those of Nathaniel MASSIE, Israel DONALSON, Isaac EDGINGTON, Job DENNING,
Andrew BOYD, Andrew ELLISON, John ELLISON, John McGATE, John KYTE, Seth FOSTER,
Joseph EDGINGTON and John BEASLEY. These were all in the vicinity of the
Stockade.
(1) 1796: Settled in Adams Co., OH among the first settlers at Bentonville. The
first settlers in what is now Sprigg Twp. were Isaac EDGINGTON, George
EDGINGTON, and William LEEDOM, son-in-law of George EDGINGTON.
(1) 1797, 12 Sep: At the first session of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the
Peace for Adams Co., OH, Isaac EDGINGTON, Aaron MOORE and Nathaniel WASHBURN
were appointed Supervisors of Roads for Manchester Twp.
(1) 1798, 13 Mar: Daniel ROBBINS, Isaac EDGINGTON and John McGATE appointed
Supervisors of Manchester Twp., Adams Co., OH. Isaac EDGINGTON also served on
the grand jury.
(1) 1800, Jun: A petition to the Adams Co., OH court for a road from the
crossing of Elk Run to intersect the Limestone Road at or near the residence
of George or Isaac EDGINGTON (near Union Church, south of Bentonville) was
signed by George ROGERS, Ezekiel ROGERS, Peter BILBER, Richard ROUNDSAVILL,
John ROGERS, Nathaniel ROGERS, John AUSTIN, Wm. L. KENNER, I. DONALSON, Wm.
MORRISON, John MORRISON, Joseph MORRISON, John GOODIN and Daniel HENDERSON.
(1) 1809, Oct: Served on jury, Adams Co., OH.
(3) 1809: Isaac EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2, 300
and 100 acres, land entered by Byrd HENDRICK.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.88,98,99,120,389,437,461,784.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.12. FHL #522,842.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(5) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2,5a) 1752, Hampshire Co., VA, s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
(NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5a) Age 84 at death in 1836 (b. 1752).
Marriage to Elizabeth __: (2,5a) (4) 1777.
Death: (4,5a) 1836. (4) Bentonville, Adams Co., OH.

(5a) Moved to Ohio Co., now Brooke Co., VA, now WV, near Wheeling.
(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims. (5a) Came to Adams
Co., OH, 1794.
(1) The first cabins built in Manchester, Adams Co., OH outside the stockade
were those of Nathaniel MASSIE, Israel DONALSON, Isaac EDGINGTON, Job DENNING,
Andrew BOYD, Andrew ELLISON, John ELLISON, John McGATE, John KYTE, Seth FOSTER,
Joseph EDGINGTON and John BEASLEY. These were all in the vicinity of the
Stockade.
(1) 1796: Settled in Adams Co., OH among the first settlers at Bentonville. The
first settlers in what is now Sprigg Twp. were Isaac EDGINGTON, George
EDGINGTON, and William LEEDOM, son-in-law of George EDGINGTON.
(1) 1797, 12 Sep: At the first session of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the
Peace for Adams Co., OH, Isaac EDGINGTON, Aaron MOORE and Nathaniel WASHBURN
were appointed Supervisors of Roads for Manchester Twp.
(1) 1798, 13 Mar: Daniel ROBBINS, Isaac EDGINGTON and John McGATE appointed
Supervisors of Manchester Twp., Adams Co., OH. Isaac EDGINGTON also served on
the grand jury.
(1) 1800, Jun: A petition to the Adams Co., OH court for a road from the
crossing of Elk Run to intersect the Limestone Road at or near the residence
of George or Isaac EDGINGTON (near Union Church, south of Bentonville) was
signed by George ROGERS, Ezekiel ROGERS, Peter BILBER, Richard ROUNDSAVILL,
John ROGERS, Nathaniel ROGERS, John AUSTIN, Wm. L. KENNER, I. DONALSON, Wm.
MORRISON, John MORRISON, Joseph MORRISON, John GOODIN and Daniel HENDERSON.
(1) 1809, Oct: Served on jury, Adams Co., OH.
(3) 1809: Isaac EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2, 300
and 100 acres, land entered by Byrd HENDRICK. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: ELIZABETH. Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH were married about 1777.2,3 Reference Number:574386 Children were: Abraham EDGINGTON, ,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON, Jacob EDGINGTON, Azariah EDGINGTON, John EDGINGTON.


,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON2,3 was born in 1782 in , Ohio Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1847.2,3 He is reference number 30539. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.
(2) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.59.

!Birth: (1a) 1782, s/o Isaac EDGINTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Margaret PALMER: (1a) 1805. (2) 23 Jun 1806, Adams Co., OH.
Death: (1a) 1847.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.
(2) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.59.

!Birth: (1a) 1782, s/o Isaac EDGINTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Margaret PALMER: (1a) 1805. (2) 23 Jun 1806, Adams Co., OH.
Death: (1a) 1847. Parents: Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Margaret PALMER. ,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON and Margaret PALMER were married on 23 Jun 1806 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:574851 Children were: Lyman EDGINGTON, Andrew EDGINGTON, Jonathan EDGINGTON.


Jacob EDGINGTON2,3 was born in 1790.2,3 He died in 1874.2,3 He is reference number 30550. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) 1790, s/o Isaac EDGINGTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Mary Ann DOBBINS: (1a) 1811.
Death: (1a) 1874.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) 1790, s/o Isaac EDGINGTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Mary Ann DOBBINS: (1a) 1811.
Death: (1a) 1874. Parents: Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Mary Ann DOBBINS. Jacob EDGINGTON and Mary Ann DOBBINS were married in 1811 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:575003 Children were: Isaac EDGINGTON, Jane EDGINGTON.


Jane EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30555. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) d/o Jacob EDGINGTON/Mary Ann DOBBINS.
Marriage to William WHITE: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) d/o Jacob EDGINGTON/Mary Ann DOBBINS.
Marriage to William WHITE: (1) Parents: Jacob EDGINGTON and Mary Ann DOBBINS.

Spouse: William WHITE. William WHITE and Jane EDGINGTON were married. Reference Number:575079


Jemima EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1760 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died in 1835 in Freeport, Harrison Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She is reference number 29846. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991, p.11.
(2) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).

!Birth: (1) 1760, Hampshire Co., VA, d/o George Edgington. Youngest child.
(2) 1763/5, d/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
Marriage to Benjamin Reed: (1) 1781.
Death: (2) 1835, Freeport, OH.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991, p.11.
(2) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).

!Birth: (1) 1760, Hampshire Co., VA, d/o George Edgington. Youngest child.
(2) 1763/5, d/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
Marriage to Benjamin Reed: (1) 1781.
Death: (2) 1835, Freeport, OH. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Benjamin REED. Benjamin REED and Jemima EDGINGTON were married in 1781.2,3 Reference Number:560030 Children were: Elizabeth REED, John REED.


Jemima EDGINGTON2,3 was born between 1788 and 1790.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died on 31 Oct 1849 in , Brown Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She was buried Unknown in Aerl Cemetery, Eagle Twp., Brown Co., Ohio.2,3 She is reference number 30534. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











See Davidson genealogy.[alice-boyd.FTW]

See Davidson genealogy. Parents: Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor. Parents: Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor.

Spouse: William KINCAID. William KINCAID and Jemima EDGINGTON were married on 19 Jan 1809 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 Reference Number:574729

Spouse: William KINCAID. William KINCAID and Jemima EDGINGTON were married on 19 Jan 1809 in , Adams Co., OH.2,3 Reference Number:574735


Jesse EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1759 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 6 Jul 1821 in , Richland Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in , Richland Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 30520. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(2) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(3) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1,3a) 1759. (1) Hampshire Co., VA. (1,3a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.)
Marriage to Margaret PARRAMORE: (2,3a) 5 Oct 1779. (2) Margaret PARRAMORE. (3)
Margaret PALMER or PARMER.
Death: (2,3a) 6 Jul 1821. (2) On farm 7 miles west of Mansfield, OH.
Burial: (2) Near Ontario, Richland Co., OH.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(2) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(3) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1,3a) 1759. (1) Hampshire Co., VA. (1,3a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.)
Marriage to Margaret PARRAMORE: (2,3a) 5 Oct 1779. (2) Margaret PARRAMORE. (3)
Margaret PALMER or PARMER.
Death: (2,3a) 6 Jul 1821. (2) On farm 7 miles west of Mansfield, OH.
Burial: (2) Near Ontario, Richland Co., OH. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Margaret PARRAMORE. Jesse EDGINGTON and Margaret PARRAMORE were married on 5 Oct 1779.2,3 Reference Number:574500


John EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30564. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o John EDGINGTON/Nancy BRUCE.
Marriage to Susanna MEEK: (1a) Parents: John EDGINGTON and Nancy BRUCE.

Spouse: Susanna MEEK. John EDGINGTON and Susanna MEEK were married. Reference Number:575190


John EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 43879. [boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o John EDGINGTON/Nancy BRUCE.
Marriage to Susanna MEEK: (1a) Parents: John EDGINGTON and Nancy BRUCE.

Spouse: Susanna MEEK. John EDGINGTON and Susanna MEEK were married. Reference Number:575197


John EDGINGTON2,3 was born between 1754 and 1758 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1813 in , Stark Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Fulton, Morrow Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 30518. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.73-75,116,784. Cites: (a)
"McDonald's Sketches" (Cincinnati, OH, 1838).
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991. Cites:
(a) Boston Transcript #6860, 7 Feb 1934.
(3) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(4) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Asahel EDGINTON. Under age 35 in Dec 1793 (b.1758 or
later). (2) 1757, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,4a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (4a) ca.1754.
Marriage to Nancy BRUCE: (3,4a)
Death: (3,4a) 1813. (3) Stark Co., OH. (4a) OH.
Burial: (3) 1 mile west of Canal, Fulton, OH. (NOTE: Fulton is in Morrow Co.,
OH.)

(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims.
(1) John and Asahel EDGINGTON, brothers, were noted deer hunters and Indian
fighters.
(1) 1793, Dec: Living at Manchester, Adams Co., OH. Went hunting with his
brother Asahel on Lick Fork of Brush Creek when they were attacked by Indians
and his brother was killed. John escaped and came back the next day to bury
his brother.
(1) After the peace of 1795, three Indians visited Manchester and, after being
given some liquor, one of them boasted of having killed Asahel EDGINGTON. John
EDGINGTON, then living in Manchester, was told. After remaining several days,
the Indians left one morning, going up the Ohio River on its right bank. At
Island Creek which empties into the Ohio River about 2 miles above Manchester,
the Indians were shot and killed while crossing the creek on a fallen log.
(1) 1799, Mar: John EDGINGTON and Edward THOMAS were appointed viewers of
a road from Osler's or Beasley's Ferry below Limestone to St. Clairsville (now
Decatur in Brown Co.), Adams Co., OH.[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.73-75,116,784. Cites: (a)
"McDonald's Sketches" (Cincinnati, OH, 1838).
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991. Cites:
(a) Boston Transcript #6860, 7 Feb 1934.
(3) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
(4) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Asahel EDGINTON. Under age 35 in Dec 1793 (b.1758 or
later). (2) 1757, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,4a) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret
BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (4a) ca.1754.
Marriage to Nancy BRUCE: (3,4a)
Death: (3,4a) 1813. (3) Stark Co., OH. (4a) OH.
Burial: (3) 1 mile west of Canal, Fulton, OH. (NOTE: Fulton is in Morrow Co.,
OH.)

(1) c.1790: Israel DONALSON, William LEEDOM, and Isaac, Asahel and John
EDGINGTON emigrated from VA and were with the first white men who located at
Manchester, in what was later Adams Co., OH. They assisted in making all the
surveys between 1790 and 1795. They fought the Indians so long as the Indian
war lasted and Asahel EDGINGTON was one of their victims.
(1) John and Asahel EDGINGTON, brothers, were noted deer hunters and Indian
fighters.
(1) 1793, Dec: Living at Manchester, Adams Co., OH. Went hunting with his
brother Asahel on Lick Fork of Brush Creek when they were attacked by Indians
and his brother was killed. John escaped and came back the next day to bury
his brother.
(1) After the peace of 1795, three Indians visited Manchester and, after being
given some liquor, one of them boasted of having killed Asahel EDGINGTON. John
EDGINGTON, then living in Manchester, was told. After remaining several days,
the Indians left one morning, going up the Ohio River on its right bank. At
Island Creek which empties into the Ohio River about 2 miles above Manchester,
the Indians were shot and killed while crossing the creek on a fallen log.
(1) 1799, Mar: John EDGINGTON and Edward THOMAS were appointed viewers of
a road from Osler's or Beasley's Ferry below Limestone to St. Clairsville (now
Decatur in Brown Co.), Adams Co., OH. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Nancy BRUCE. John EDGINGTON and Nancy BRUCE were married. Reference Number:574432 Children were: John EDGINGTON, John EDGINGTON.


John EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1803 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1870 in , KS.2,3 He is reference number 30561. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) c.1803, s/o Isaac EDGINGTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Catherine BROWN: (1a)
Marriage to Sarah STARRETT: (1a)
Death: (1a) 1870, KS.[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) c.1803, s/o Isaac EDGINGTON/Elizabeth.
Marriage to Catherine BROWN: (1a)
Marriage to Sarah STARRETT: (1a)
Death: (1a) 1870, KS. Parents: Isaac EDGINGTON and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Catherine BROWN. John EDGINGTON and Catherine BROWN were married. Reference Number:575155

Spouse: Sarah STERRETT. John EDGINGTON and Sarah STERRETT were married. Reference Number:575156


Jonathan EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30544. [boyd-trees.ged]











See Davidson Genealogy.[alice-boyd.FTW]

See Davidson Genealogy. Parents: ,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON and Margaret PALMER.

Spouse: Mary MAFFETT. Jonathan EDGINGTON and Mary MAFFETT were married. Reference Number:574930

Spouse: Mary Ann EDGINGTON. Jonathan EDGINGTON and Mary Ann EDGINGTON were married. Reference Number:574931

Spouse: Katherine GREATHOUSE. Jonathan EDGINGTON and Katherine GREATHOUSE were married. Reference Number:574932


Joseph EDGINGTON3,41 was born in .3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 85544.

Spouse: Abigail HARRIS. Joseph EDGINGTON and Abigail HARRIS were married on 26 Sep 1844.3,41 Reference Number:1379688


Joseph EDGINGTON2,3 was born about 1748 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in Apr 1832 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Aerl Cemetery, Brown Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 30516. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.437.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) "That Dark and Bloody River," by Allen W. Eckert (New York: Bantam Books,
1995) p.352.
(4) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.13. FHL #522,842.
(5) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
Cites: (a) DAR Roster III, Ohio, Roster I, p.124. (b) PA Archives Ser. 5, Vol.
4, p.398, and Ser. 6, Vol. 2, p.41,83,396. (c) Adams Co., OH Marriage Records,
Vol. 2, p.29.
(6) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2) 1748, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,5) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
(NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5) 1748/9.
Marriage to Eleanor __: (2) Married twice. (5) Eleanor. 1769.
Marriage to Hannah GUTRIDGE: (2) Hannah. (5) Hannah GUTRIDGE, 1814. (6a) Hannah
McLAUGHLIN, widow of James GUTRIDGE.
Death: (5) Apr 1832, Adams Co., OH.
Burial: (5) Aerl Cemetery, Brown Co., OH.

(3) 1782, Jun: Pvt. Joseph EDGINGTON served under Col. William CRAWFORD and
was wounded at the Battle of Sandusky in a battle with the Indians.
(1) c.1796: The first cabins built in Manchester, Adams Co., OH outside the
stockade were those of Nathaniel MASSIE, Israel DONALSON, Isaac EDGINGTON, Job
DENNING, Andrew BOYD, Andrew ELLISON, John ELLISON, John McGATE, John KYTE,
Seth FOSTER, Joseph EDGINGTON and John BEASLEY. These were all in the vicinity
of the Stockade.
(4) 1809: Joseph EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2,
100 acres.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.437.
(2) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(3) "That Dark and Bloody River," by Allen W. Eckert (New York: Bantam Books,
1995) p.352.
(4) Tax Records, 1809, Adams Co., OH, duplicate record of OH Tax Records
1801-1814 at OH Historical Soc. Library, Columbus, OH, p.13. FHL #522,842.
(5) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
Cites: (a) DAR Roster III, Ohio, Roster I, p.124. (b) PA Archives Ser. 5, Vol.
4, p.398, and Ser. 6, Vol. 2, p.41,83,396. (c) Adams Co., OH Marriage Records,
Vol. 2, p.29.
(6) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (2) 1748, Hampshire Co., VA. (2,5) s/o George EDGINGTON/Margaret BROOME.
(NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.) (5) 1748/9.
Marriage to Eleanor __: (2) Married twice. (5) Eleanor. 1769.
Marriage to Hannah GUTRIDGE: (2) Hannah. (5) Hannah GUTRIDGE, 1814. (6a) Hannah
McLAUGHLIN, widow of James GUTRIDGE.
Death: (5) Apr 1832, Adams Co., OH.
Burial: (5) Aerl Cemetery, Brown Co., OH.

(3) 1782, Jun: Pvt. Joseph EDGINGTON served under Col. William CRAWFORD and
was wounded at the Battle of Sandusky in a battle with the Indians.
(1) c.1796: The first cabins built in Manchester, Adams Co., OH outside the
stockade were those of Nathaniel MASSIE, Israel DONALSON, Isaac EDGINGTON, Job
DENNING, Andrew BOYD, Andrew ELLISON, John ELLISON, John McGATE, John KYTE,
Seth FOSTER, Joseph EDGINGTON and John BEASLEY. These were all in the vicinity
of the Stockade.
(4) 1809: Joseph EDGINGTON Sen. taxed in Sprigg Twp., Adams Co., OH, rate 2,
100 acres. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Eleanor. Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor were married about 1769.2,3 Reference Number:574331 Children were: Margaret EDGINGTON, Jemima EDGINGTON.

Spouse: Eleanor. Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor were married about 1769.2,3 Reference Number:574340 Children were: Margaret EDGINGTON, Jemima EDGINGTON.

Spouse: Hannah MC LAUGHLIN. Joseph EDGINGTON and Hannah MC LAUGHLIN were married in 1814 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:574345


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Living BALES.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Living STAFFORD.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.

Spouse: Living GREEN.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: C. Dale EDGINGTON and Living STANSBERRY.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: C. Dale EDGINGTON and Living STANSBERRY.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: C. Dale EDGINGTON and Living STANSBERRY.


Living EDGINGTON.3 Parents: C. Dale EDGINGTON and Living STANSBERRY.


Lyman EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30542. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Isaac EDGINGTON Jr./Margaret PALMER.
Marriage to Mary PHILLIPS: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o Isaac EDGINGTON Jr./Margaret PALMER.
Marriage to Mary PHILLIPS: (1a) Parents: ,Jr. Isaac EDGINGTON and Margaret PALMER.

Spouse: Mary PHILLIPS. Lyman EDGINGTON and Mary PHILLIPS were married on 17 Sep 1829 in Adams County, Ohio.3 Reference Number:574902


Margaret EDGINGTON2,3 was born in 1773.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30571. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) 1773, d/o Joseph EDGINGTON/Eleanor.
Marriage to David EDIE: (1a) 1792.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) 1773, d/o Joseph EDGINGTON/Eleanor.
Marriage to David EDIE: (1a) 1792. Parents: Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor. Parents: Joseph EDGINGTON and Eleanor.

Spouse: David EDIE. David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON were married in 1792.2,3 Reference Number:575282 Children were: Joseph EDIE.

Spouse: David EDIE. David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON were married in 1792.2,3 Reference Number:575300 Children were: Joseph EDIE.


Mary Ann EDGINGTON2,3 was born on 3 May 1815 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died about 1855.2,3 She is reference number 30548. [boyd-trees.ged]











See Davidson Genealogy.[alice-boyd.FTW]

See Davidson Genealogy. Parents: Abraham EDGINGTON and Jane KINCAID.

Spouse: Jonathan EDGINGTON. Jonathan EDGINGTON and Mary Ann EDGINGTON were married. Reference Number:574931


Nancy EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30559. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) d/o Azariah EDGINGTON/Nancy BROWN.
Marriage to Jacob PENCE: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) d/o Azariah EDGINGTON/Nancy BROWN.
Marriage to Jacob PENCE: (1a) Parents: Azariah EDGINGTON and Nancy BROWN.

Spouse: Jacob PENCE. Jacob PENCE and Nancy EDGINGTON were married. Reference Number:575134


Oliver EDGINGTON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31885.

Spouse: Louisa ANDERSON. Oliver EDGINGTON and Louisa ANDERSON were married on 15 Apr 1847 in , OH.2,3 Reference Number:600803


Sarah J. EDGINGTON7,188 was born on 8 Feb 1843 in PA Or OH. She died on 10 Apr 1910 in Lucas Co., IA.

Spouse: James FOULKS. James FOULKS and Sarah J. EDGINGTON were married.


Tacy EDGINGTON2,3 died in 1824 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She was also known as Elizabeth. She is reference number 32758. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.785-786.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Tacy, d/o George EDGINGTON. (2a) Elizabeth, d/o George
EDGINGTON/Mary (NAYLOR?)
Marriage to William LEEDOM: (1) 1795. (2a) c.1791.
Death: (1,2a) 1824.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.785-786.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1) Tacy, d/o George EDGINGTON. (2a) Elizabeth, d/o George
EDGINGTON/Mary (NAYLOR?)
Marriage to William LEEDOM: (1) 1795. (2a) c.1791.
Death: (1,2a) 1824. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Mary NAYLOR.

Spouse: William LEEDOM. William LEEDOM and Tacy EDGINGTON were married between 1791 and 1795.2,3 Reference Number:575237 Children were: John LEEDOM, Sarah LEEDOM, Asa LEEDOM, Joseph LEEDOM.

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