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Living SHEPHARD.5,128

Spouse: Donald Lovell DIECKMAN. Children were: Living DIECKMAN, Living DIECKMAN, Living DIECKMAN, Living DIECKMAN.


Martha Berniece SHEPHARD.19

Spouse: William Robert HAMNER.


Moses Trader SHEPHARD4,5 was born about 1821.4,5 He is reference number HA0802s2s3.

Spouse: Hannah GARLICK. Moses Trader SHEPHARD and Hannah GARLICK were married on 1 Apr 1856.4,5


Rebecca SHEPHARD7,98 was christened in 1646 in Cambridge Ch., Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass.. She was born about 1650 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA. She died on 7 Mar 1697 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Sr. John SHEPHARD and Rebecca GREENHILL.


Thomas SHEPHARD7,98 was born in 1607 in Of, Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. He was buried in Jan 1663. He died on 31 Jan 1663. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: John SHEPARD and Rebecca WALLER.


,Capt. Abraham SHEPHERD2,3 was born in 1754.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29779. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.47,49,258.
(2) "Adams Co., OH Deeds, 1797-1806," and "1806-1812," by T.L. C. Genealogy
(Miami Beach, FL, 1990).
(3) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.33.
(4) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1,4) s/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter. (4) 1754.

(1) Captain, 11th VA Regulars, during the Revolutionary War.
(3) 1778: Capt. Abraham SHEPHERD wrote to his brother, Col David SHEPHERD of
the WV Panhandle, " I have just had a visit with Uncle Jake on Muddy Creek."
(1) 1787, 13 Aug: Entered 1,000 acres of land, Entry No. 1060, on VA Military
Warrant 290 for his own services, at Red Oak, Brown Co., OH. Survey dtd 3 Nov
1791 by Nathaniel MASSIE, surveyor, Duncan McKENZIE and Robert SMITH, chain
carriers, and Thomas STOUT, marker.
(1) 1793, 26 Oct: 1,000 acres surveyed for Abraham Shepherd on Baker's Fork,
Adams Co., OH, by MASSIE, on entry 1010, issued on warrant 290. Another entry,
No. 1014, for 1,000 acres, also on Baker's Fork, surveyed same date on same
warrant.
(1) 1797, 14 Mar: 1,200 acres surveyed for Abraham Shepherd on Eagle Creek,
Adams Co., OH, by BEASLEY, on entry 2726, issued on warrant 1413.
(1) 1798, 1 Jun: 1,000 acres patented to Abraham Shepherd, Adams Co., OH.
(2) 1799, 28 Dec: Abraham Shepherd of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to Abraham
Shepherd, Isaac Shepherd, and Jacob Shepherd of Adams Co., OH, 1000
acres on Ohio Brush Creek, patented to Abraham Shepherd 12 Jun 1798 and bounded
by the mouth of Bakers Fork. Wits. Andrew Moore, Amos Moore, Moses Moore.
(NOTE: These same Moores witness another deed dated the next day to John
Shepherd from Abraham Shepherd for 1000 acres on Red Oak Creek, granted by
patent on the same date as the above.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.47,49,258.
(2) "Adams Co., OH Deeds, 1797-1806," and "1806-1812," by T.L. C. Genealogy
(Miami Beach, FL, 1990).
(3) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.33.
(4) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1,4) s/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter. (4) 1754.

(1) Captain, 11th VA Regulars, during the Revolutionary War.
(3) 1778: Capt. Abraham SHEPHERD wrote to his brother, Col David SHEPHERD of
the WV Panhandle, " I have just had a visit with Uncle Jake on Muddy Creek."
(1) 1787, 13 Aug: Entered 1,000 acres of land, Entry No. 1060, on VA Military
Warrant 290 for his own services, at Red Oak, Brown Co., OH. Survey dtd 3 Nov
1791 by Nathaniel MASSIE, surveyor, Duncan McKENZIE and Robert SMITH, chain
carriers, and Thomas STOUT, marker.
(1) 1793, 26 Oct: 1,000 acres surveyed for Abraham Shepherd on Baker's Fork,
Adams Co., OH, by MASSIE, on entry 1010, issued on warrant 290. Another entry,
No. 1014, for 1,000 acres, also on Baker's Fork, surveyed same date on same
warrant.
(1) 1797, 14 Mar: 1,200 acres surveyed for Abraham Shepherd on Eagle Creek,
Adams Co., OH, by BEASLEY, on entry 2726, issued on warrant 1413.
(1) 1798, 1 Jun: 1,000 acres patented to Abraham Shepherd, Adams Co., OH.
(2) 1799, 28 Dec: Abraham Shepherd of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to Abraham
Shepherd, Isaac Shepherd, and Jacob Shepherd of Adams Co., OH, 1000
acres on Ohio Brush Creek, patented to Abraham Shepherd 12 Jun 1798 and bounded
by the mouth of Bakers Fork. Wits. Andrew Moore, Amos Moore, Moses Moore.
(NOTE: These same Moores witness another deed dated the next day to John
Shepherd from Abraham Shepherd for 1000 acres on Red Oak Creek, granted by
patent on the same date as the above.) Parents: ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD and Elizabeth VAN METER.


Abraham SHEPHERD2,3 was born on 13 Aug 1776 in Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 16 Jan 1847 in , Putnam Co., IL.2,3 He is reference number 32383. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.119,122,257-260.
(2) "Some Marriage Records of Adams County, Ohio 1797-1894," by Adams Co.
Genealogical Soc., Vol. I (1988) p.2.
(3) "Adams Co., OH Deeds, 1797-1806," and "1806-1812," by T.L. C. Genealogy
(Miami Beach, FL, 1990).

!Birth: (1) 13 Aug 1776, Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co., VA, s/o John Shepherd/
Martha Nelson, gs/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter, d/o John Van
Meter.
Marriage to Margaret Moore: (1) 1799. (2,3) 12 Sep 1799, Adams Co., OH. (3) By
John Dunlavy, Presbyterian Minister.
Marriage to Harriet Kincaid: (1) 19 Oct 1819.
Death: (1) 16 Jan 1847, Putnam Co., IL.

(1) Learned the operations of his father's flour mill and land surveying.
(1) 1787: His father moved his family to Wheeling Creek, about 8 miles from
Wheeling, West Virginia.
(1) 1793: Moved with his father to Limestone, Kentucky, where he remained 2 years.
(1) 1795: Moved with his father to what was then Adams Co., OH, but what is now
Red Oak, in Brown Co., locating on a tract entered by his uncle, Capt. Abraham
Shepherd.
(1) Bought a part of Capt. Phillip Slaughter's survey 588 on Eagle Creek and
built a brick house on it. Also built and operated a mill, afterwards known as
Pilson's Mill, now in Jefferson Twp., Brown Co.
(1) 1799, Jun: At the Adams Co., OH court, a petition was presented by the
inhabitants of Eagle Creek and Red Oak settlements for a road beginning at the
county line between Hamilton and Adams Counties within half a mile of Poague's
Ferry at the mouth of Red Oak, thence to James CRESWELL's mill on said creek,
thence the nearest and best way to John SHEPHERD's horse mill; thence to a
point near Indian Lick to intersect Orr's Road (from his ferry at Logan's Gap)
leading to the Falls of Paint Creek (passing near where the villages of Decatur
and Tranquility are now situated). Abraham SHEPHERD, surveyor, and John
SHEPHERD and William DUNLAP, reviewers.
(3) 1799, 28 Dec: Abraham Shepherd of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to Abraham
Shepherd, Isaac Shepherd, and Jacob Shepherd of Adams Co., OH, 1000
acres on Ohio Brush Creek, patented to Abraham Shepherd 12 Jun 1798 and bounded
by the mouth of Bakers Fork. Wits. Andrew Moore, Amos Moore, Moses Moore.
(NOTE: These same Moores witness another deed dated the next day to John
Shepherd from Abraham Shepherd for 1000 acres on Red Oak Creek, granted by
patent on the same date as the above.)
(1) Laid out and dedicated the cemetery on his own lands now known as Baird's
Cemetery.
(1) 1801, Sep: Peter WICKERHAM, John TREBER, Joseph HORN, Nathan ELLIS, Abraham
SHEPHERD, Samuel SWAN, William MURFIN, James BOYD, Abraham BOYD, Jonathan
BOYD, William BOYD, Peter PLATTER, David HONSELL, John MILLIGAN, David
BUNNELL, and James BUNNELL signed a petition to survey Zane's Road from John
TREBER's on top of Brush Creek Hill on the highlands to the old Indian ford of
Brush Creek, thence on nearest and best grounds to intersect the main road at
the 27 mile tree, Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1803, Oct: Elected one of 3 representatives of Adams Co. in the Lower
House. He continued to represent Adams Co. until 4 Feb 1807.
(3) 1805, 15 Jun: Robert and Sarah Moore of Adams Co., OH deed to Abraham
Shepherd of Adams Co., OH for $200, 100 acres on Little West Fork of Eagle
Creek. No wits., but on the same date, Robert and Sarah Moore deed to William
Moore of Adams Co., Robert Moore Jr. of Adams Co., Andrew Moore of Adams Co.,
James Moore of Adams Co. (wits. by Abraham Shepherd & William Moore), Samuel
Moore of Adams Co., Moses Moore of Adams Co. and George Willett of Adams Co..
(3) 1809, 3 Feb: John Moore of Brook Co., VA releases to Robert Moore of Adams
Co., OH, 268 acres on Red Oak Creek adjoining the lands of J. Beasley, Redman,
John Forsythe and others. Abraham Shepherd signs for John Moore.
(1) 1809, Dec: Again represented Adams Co. in the house until 30 Jan 1811. Was
Speaker of the House 1 Dec 1806 to 4 Feb 1807, 5th legislative session.
(1) In the War of 1812 as captain of a Company.
(1) 1813: Was Capt. in Maj. Edwards' Battalion, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, 2nd
Division, Ohio Militia.
(1) 4 Dec 1815: In the 14th-15th legislative sessions, he was a member of the
senate from Adams Co. until 28 Jan 1817. Was Speaker of the Senate in the 15th
session. Helped pass the creation of Brown Co., OH.
(1) 1816: One of 8 presidential electors of OH.
(1) 1818: Appointed clerk of Brown Co. for a seven year term.
(1) 1818: Master of the Masonic Lodge in Ripley, Brown Co., OH.
(1) 1825: Sent back to the senate from Adams and Brown Cos., and served until
31 Jan 1827.
(1) Built the Buckeye Mill on Red Oak.
(1) A ruling elder of the Presbyterian Church.
(1) 1834: Met with financial reverses and moved to Putnam Co., IL.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.119,122,257-260.
(2) "Some Marriage Records of Adams County, Ohio 1797-1894," by Adams Co.
Genealogical Soc., Vol. I (1988) p.2.
(3) "Adams Co., OH Deeds, 1797-1806," and "1806-1812," by T.L. C. Genealogy
(Miami Beach, FL, 1990).

!Birth: (1) 13 Aug 1776, Shepherdstown, Jefferson Co., VA, s/o John Shepherd/
Martha Nelson, gs/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter, d/o John Van
Meter.
Marriage to Margaret Moore: (1) 1799. (2,3) 12 Sep 1799, Adams Co., OH. (3) By
John Dunlavy, Presbyterian Minister.
Marriage to Harriet Kincaid: (1) 19 Oct 1819.
Death: (1) 16 Jan 1847, Putnam Co., IL.

(1) Learned the operations of his father's flour mill and land surveying.
(1) 1787: His father moved his family to Wheeling Creek, about 8 miles from
Wheeling, WV.
(1) 1793: Moved with his father to Limestone, KY, where he remained 2 years.
(1) 1795: Moved with his father to what was then Adams Co., OH, but what is now
Red Oak, in Brown Co., locating on a tract entered by his uncle, Capt. Abraham
Shepherd.
(1) Bought a part of Capt. Phillip Slaughter's survey 588 on Eagle Creek and
built a brick house on it. Also built and operated a mill, afterwards known as
Pilson's Mill, now in Jefferson Twp., Brown Co.
(1) 1799, Jun: At the Adams Co., OH court, a petition was presented by the
inhabitants of Eagle Creek and Red Oak settlements for a road beginning at the
county line between Hamilton and Adams Counties within half a mile of Poague's
Ferry at the mouth of Red Oak, thence to James CRESWELL's mill on said creek,
thence the nearest and best way to John SHEPHERD's horse mill; thence to a
point near Indian Lick to intersect Orr's Road (from his ferry at Logan's Gap)
leading to the Falls of Paint Creek (passing near where the villages of Decatur
and Tranquility are now situated). Abraham SHEPHERD, surveyor, and John
SHEPHERD and William DUNLAP, reviewers.
(3) 1799, 28 Dec: Abraham Shepherd of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to Abraham
Shepherd, Isaac Shepherd, and Jacob Shepherd of Adams Co., OH, 1000
acres on Ohio Brush Creek, patented to Abraham Shepherd 12 Jun 1798 and bounded
by the mouth of Bakers Fork. Wits. Andrew Moore, Amos Moore, Moses Moore.
(NOTE: These same Moores witness another deed dated the next day to John
Shepherd from Abraham Shepherd for 1000 acres on Red Oak Creek, granted by
patent on the same date as the above.)
(1) Laid out and dedicated the cemetery on his own lands now known as Baird's
Cemetery.
(1) 1801, Sep: Peter WICKERHAM, John TREBER, Joseph HORN, Nathan ELLIS, Abraham
SHEPHERD, Samuel SWAN, William MURFIN, James BOYD, Abraham BOYD, Jonathan
BOYD, William BOYD, Peter PLATTER, David HONSELL, John MILLIGAN, David
BUNNELL, and James BUNNELL signed a petition to survey Zane's Road from John
TREBER's on top of Brush Creek Hill on the highlands to the old Indian ford of
Brush Creek, thence on nearest and best grounds to intersect the main road at
the 27 mile tree, Adams Co., OH.
(1) 1803, Oct: Elected one of 3 representatives of Adams Co. in the Lower
House. He continued to represent Adams Co. until 4 Feb 1807.
(3) 1805, 15 Jun: Robert and Sarah Moore of Adams Co., OH deed to Abraham
Shepherd of Adams Co., OH for $200, 100 acres on Little West Fork of Eagle
Creek. No wits., but on the same date, Robert and Sarah Moore deed to William
Moore of Adams Co., Robert Moore Jr. of Adams Co., Andrew Moore of Adams Co.,
James Moore of Adams Co. (wits. by Abraham Shepherd & William Moore), Samuel
Moore of Adams Co., Moses Moore of Adams Co. and George Willett of Adams Co..
(3) 1809, 3 Feb: John Moore of Brook Co., VA releases to Robert Moore of Adams
Co., OH, 268 acres on Red Oak Creek adjoining the lands of J. Beasley, Redman,
John Forsythe and others. Abraham Shepherd signs for John Moore.
(1) 1809, Dec: Again represented Adams Co. in the house until 30 Jan 1811. Was
Speaker of the House 1 Dec 1806 to 4 Feb 1807, 5th legislative session.
(1) In the War of 1812 as captain of a Company.
(1) 1813: Was Capt. in Maj. Edwards' Battalion, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, 2nd
Division, Ohio Militia.
(1) 4 Dec 1815: In the 14th-15th legislative sessions, he was a member of the
senate from Adams Co. until 28 Jan 1817. Was Speaker of the Senate in the 15th
session. Helped pass the creation of Brown Co., OH.
(1) 1816: One of 8 presidential electors of OH.
(1) 1818: Appointed clerk of Brown Co. for a seven year term.
(1) 1818: Master of the Masonic Lodge in Ripley, Brown Co., OH.
(1) 1825: Sent back to the senate from Adams and Brown Cos., and served until
31 Jan 1827.
(1) Built the Buckeye Mill on Red Oak.
(1) A ruling elder of the Presbyterian Church.
(1) 1834: Met with financial reverses and moved to Putnam Co., IL. Parents: John SHEPHERD and Martha NELSON.

Spouse: Margaret MOORE. Abraham SHEPHERD and Margaret MOORE were married on 12 Sep 1799 in , Adams Co., OH.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:610039

Spouse: Harriet KINCAID. Abraham SHEPHERD and Harriet KINCAID were married on 19 Oct 1819 in , OH.2,3 Reference Number:610005


Alexander SHEPHERD.5,94,126,127

Spouse: Mary WILLARD.


Alford B. SHEPHERD19 died in Johnson County, Missouri.19

Spouse: Sarah Emily DOUTHIT. Alford B. SHEPHERD and Sarah Emily DOUTHIT were married.


Deborah SHEPHERD7,98 was christened on 5 Nov 1631 in Lawford, Essex, England. She died on 2 Jul 1661 in Sowerby, Yorkshire, England. She was buried in Sep 1705 in , , MA. She was born in Of, Dedham, Norfolk, England. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON.


Edward SHEPHERD7,98 was born on 27 Jun 1596 in Elmstead, Essex, England. He was christened on 27 Jun 1596 in Of, Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. He died on 20 Jun 1680 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA. He was buried in 1680 in Braintree, Norfolk Co, Mass. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: John SHEPARD and Rebecca WALLER.

Spouse: Mary POND.

Spouse: Violet CHARNOULD.

Spouse: Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON. Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON were married on 6 Dec 1620 in Of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA.. Children were: Deborah SHEPHERD, Elizabeth SHEPARD SHEPPARD, Sr. John SHEPHARD, John SHEPARD, Elizabeth SHEPHERD, Sarah Shepherd THOMPSON, Deborah SHEPARD, John SHEPHERD, Sarah SHEPHERD, Abigail SHEPARD.

Spouse: Violet WALERTON.

Spouse: Mary EDWARDS.

Spouse: MARY.


Eleanor SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29884. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1991).

!Marriage to Edward Strode: (1) ca.1720.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1991).

!Marriage to Edward Strode: (1) ca.1720.

Spouse: Edward STRODE. Edward STRODE and Eleanor SHEPHERD were married about 1720.2,3 Reference Number:558412 Children were: Letitia STRODE, James STRODE, Jeremiah STRODE.


Eli SHEPHERD.394

Spouse: LUCY. Children were: Emma SHEPHERD.


Elizabeth SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31781.

Spouse: Benjamin F. COX. Benjamin F. COX and Elizabeth SHEPHERD were married. Reference Number:598728


Elizabeth SHEPHERD3,401 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 72950.

Spouse: Franklin KING. Franklin KING and Elizabeth SHEPHERD were married. Reference Number:1204180 Children were: John Floyd KING.


Elizabeth SHEPHERD7,98 was born on 23 Jul 1629 in Towcester, Northampton, England. She died on 6 Nov 1703. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON.


Elizabeth SHEPHERD5,93,94,410,411 was born about 1694 in Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.5,93,94,410,411 She died WFT Est 1724-1787 in Lancaster Co., PA.5,93,94,410,411 She is reference number 7369. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,410,411 [master ged.FTW]

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Continued from husbands notes 

   So what was Elizabeth to do if she desired to resolve the marriage? Divorce was out of the question and against her beliefs. It is my opinion that she chose a praiseworthy resolution to the problem by emigrating to America with her children. In this way, she and her children removed themselves from a difficult situation without denying their own courage in their convictions to the sanctity of holy matrimony and to family. Elizabeth Shepherd never remarried. She held true to her marriage vows for the rest of her life; and so did Johne McRannald. I believe that Johne and Elizabeth were simply incompatible from the beginning.

     After the departure of Elizabeth and his children to America, Johne returned to his Episcopalian faith and the Church of Ireland to live out the remainder of his years with the children of his first marriage. Tradition states that Johne McRannald died at the home of his grandson in 1760 at Stewartstown, County Tyrone. He is buried in a family plot at the nearby Ballyclog Parish cemetery. This is our second indication that Johne was not "tight laced"to any church or religion but it was his preference to be buried at a site which was of his choice, Episcopalian.
    The trip across the Atlantic Ocean took about six weeks, the ship having strayed off course. The provisions became exhausted and the McReynolds family faced starvation. The trip was further complicated by the untimely arrival of Robert McReynolds; the first child born to Joseph McReynolds and his wife Sarah Dixon. Fortunately another ship hove in sight "looking like a big buzzard" as expressed by some of the passengers, and aided our ancestors to complete their journey. This information comes from a genealogy written by Claude Francis McReynolds, born 1906, at Codell, KS, a son of John Francis McReynolds and Gladys Penelope Fritts. It is apparent that a journal once existed of this voyage but I have never been able to locate it. If anyone has information on where I might acquire a copy of this journal I would certainly appreciate it greatly.
    The rest is history. Our ancestors first settled in Pennsylvania and began a family legacy of pioneering spirit which we may all enjoy today with great pride and honor. I will include more information on Joseph and James McReynolds in their personal profiles which may be found on pages 83 and 90. Parents: Solomon SHEPHERD.

Spouse: Johne MCRANNALD. Johne MCRANNALD and Elizabeth SHEPHERD were married on 18 Jun 1714 in Claremont, North Ireland.5,93,94 Reference Number:16649 Children were: Joseph MCREYNOLDS, Elizabeth MCREYNOLDS, James MCREYNOLDS, Robert MCREYNOLDS.


Emma SHEPHERD394 was born in 1847.394 She died on 28 Nov 1918 in Sullivan County, Indiana.394 She was buried on 1 Dec 1918 in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Hamilton Township, Sullivan County, Indiana.394 Parents: Eli SHEPHERD and LUCY.

Spouse: David M. BEDWELL. David M. BEDWELL and Emma SHEPHERD were married on 29 Oct 1863 in Sullivan County, Indiana.394 Children were: Ollie BEDWELL, Carl BEDWELL, Bert Elmer BEDWELL, Fred P. BEDWELL.


,Rev. Isaac SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29984.

Spouse: Elizabeth POAGE. ,Rev. Isaac SHEPHERD and Elizabeth POAGE were married. Reference Number:562754


John SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29780. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.99,101,116,119,413.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Abraham Shepherd of Eagle Creek.

(1) One of the first settlers of Bratton Twp., Adams Co., OH. (NOTE: Bratton
Twp. created 1777 from the west side of Franklin Twp.)
(1) 1797, Dec: John Shepherd appointed supervisor of Iron Ridge Twp. instead of
Joseph Collins, Adams Co., OH, and ordered to oversee that portion of Zane's
road "beginning where it crosses the west line of Iron Ridge Twp. and
continuing to the residence of SHEPHERD on Ohio Brush Creek."
(1) 1798, Jun: The Adams Co., OH court ordered a road laid out from the Falls
of Paint Creek (now in Ross Co., OH), afterwards known as the Falls Road, to
Ellis' Road near John SHEPHERD's on Brush Creek, and appointed Duncan McARTHUR
surveyor and Daniel HARE and John BROWN viewers. Ellis' Road was that portion
of Zane's Trace which Nathan ELLIS had improved at his own expense from his
ferry opposite Limestone (KY) to John SHEPHERD's on Ohio Brush Creek "now
known as Fristoe's."
(1) 1799, Mar: The Adams Co., OH court granted a road beginning at John
SHEPHERD's crossing of Brush Creek, extending along the Falls Road (Falls of
Paint Creek) to the Sinking Spring. Simon SHOEMAKER and Thomas AERL, viewers.
(1) 1799, Jun: The Adams Co., OH court ordered the survey of a road from the
town of Waterford on the Lick Fork of Brush Creek (Old Stone Tavern) to the
nine-mile tree on the Manchester Road in Eyler's land and with the said road
to Killinstown. John BEASLEY, surveyor; John SHEPHERD and John DRAKE,
assistants. Also a petition was presented by the inhabitants of Eagle Creek
and Red Oak settlements for a road beginning at the county line between
Hamilton and Adams Counties within half a mile of Poague's Ferry at the mouth
of Red Oak, thence to James CRESWELL's mill on said creek, thence the nearest
and best way to John SHEPHERD's horse mill; thence to a point near Indian Lick
to intersect Orr's Road (from his ferry at Logan's Gap) leading to the Falls
of Paint Creek (passing near where the villages of Decatur and Tranquility are
now situated). Abraham SHEPHERD, surveyor, and John SHEPHERD and William
DUNLAP, reviewers.
(1) 1801: He located on the East Fork of Ohio Brush Creek on lands "recently
owned" by Peter ANDREWS, Adams Co., OH.
(1) Shepherd's Crossing of Brush Creek is on the "Trace" made by John Shepherd
from Orr's Ferry, below Aberdeen (NOTE: Now Brown Co., OH), to his settlement
on the East Fork.
(1) 1802, Mar: The Adams Co., OH Court of Quarter Sessions ordered the election
of Massie Twp. officers at the house of John SHEPHERD, proprietor of
Shepherd's horse mill on Red Oak.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.99,101,116,119,413.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Abraham Shepherd of Eagle Creek.

(1) One of the first settlers of Bratton Twp., Adams Co., OH. (NOTE: Bratton
Twp. created 1777 from the west side of Franklin Twp.)
(1) 1797, Dec: John Shepherd appointed supervisor of Iron Ridge Twp. instead of
Joseph Collins, Adams Co., OH, and ordered to oversee that portion of Zane's
road "beginning where it crosses the west line of Iron Ridge Twp. and
continuing to the residence of SHEPHERD on Ohio Brush Creek."
(1) 1798, Jun: The Adams Co., OH court ordered a road laid out from the Falls
of Paint Creek (now in Ross Co., OH), afterwards known as the Falls Road, to
Ellis' Road near John SHEPHERD's on Brush Creek, and appointed Duncan McARTHUR
surveyor and Daniel HARE and John BROWN viewers. Ellis' Road was that portion
of Zane's Trace which Nathan ELLIS had improved at his own expense from his
ferry opposite Limestone (KY) to John SHEPHERD's on Ohio Brush Creek "now
known as Fristoe's."
(1) 1799, Mar: The Adams Co., OH court granted a road beginning at John
SHEPHERD's crossing of Brush Creek, extending along the Falls Road (Falls of
Paint Creek) to the Sinking Spring. Simon SHOEMAKER and Thomas AERL, viewers.
(1) 1799, Jun: The Adams Co., OH court ordered the survey of a road from the
town of Waterford on the Lick Fork of Brush Creek (Old Stone Tavern) to the
nine-mile tree on the Manchester Road in Eyler's land and with the said road
to Killinstown. John BEASLEY, surveyor; John SHEPHERD and John DRAKE,
assistants. Also a petition was presented by the inhabitants of Eagle Creek
and Red Oak settlements for a road beginning at the county line between
Hamilton and Adams Counties within half a mile of Poague's Ferry at the mouth
of Red Oak, thence to James CRESWELL's mill on said creek, thence the nearest
and best way to John SHEPHERD's horse mill; thence to a point near Indian Lick
to intersect Orr's Road (from his ferry at Logan's Gap) leading to the Falls
of Paint Creek (passing near where the villages of Decatur and Tranquility are
now situated). Abraham SHEPHERD, surveyor, and John SHEPHERD and William
DUNLAP, reviewers.
(1) 1801: He located on the East Fork of Ohio Brush Creek on lands "recently
owned" by Peter ANDREWS, Adams Co., OH.
(1) Shepherd's Crossing of Brush Creek is on the "Trace" made by John Shepherd
from Orr's Ferry, below Aberdeen (NOTE: Now Brown Co., OH), to his settlement
on the East Fork.
(1) 1802, Mar: The Adams Co., OH Court of Quarter Sessions ordered the election
of Massie Twp. officers at the house of John SHEPHERD, proprietor of
Shepherd's horse mill on Red Oak. Parents: John SHEPHERD and Martha NELSON.


John SHEPHERD7,98 was born before 1635 in Dedham, Middlesex, Mass. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON.


John SHEPHERD2,3 was born in 1749 in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32876. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.257-258.
(2) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1,2) 1749, s/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter.
Marriage to Martha Nelson: (1) 1773.

(1) 1776: Inherited a new mill from his father.
(1) 1777, Apr - 1778, Mar: A Revolutionary Soldier. Private in Capt. William
CHERRY's Co., 4th VA infantry. Regiment commanded by Col. Thomas ELLIOTT and
Maj. Isaac BEALL.
(1) 1781-1787: Operated a flour mill, Shepherdstown, now Jefferson Co., West Virginia.
(1) 1787: Moved with his family to Wheeling Creek, OH, about 8 miles from
Wheeling, West Virginia, where two of his (brothers? sons?) and a married sister had
already located.
(1) 1793: Moved to Limestone, Kentucky (now Maysville, Kentucky). Remained there 2 years.
(1) 1795: Removed to what was then Adams Co., OH, but what is now Red Oak, in
Brown Co., OH. Located on the tract entered by his brother, Capt. Abraham
Shepherd.
(1) Had 7 children, 6 of whom were born in Shepherdstown, VA, and one at
Wheeling Creek, OH.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.257-258.
(2) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1,2) 1749, s/o Capt. Thomas Shepherd/Elizabeth Van Meter.
Marriage to Martha Nelson: (1) 1773.

(1) 1776: Inherited a new mill from his father.
(1) 1777, Apr - 1778, Mar: A Revolutionary Soldier. Private in Capt. William
CHERRY's Co., 4th VA infantry. Regiment commanded by Col. Thomas ELLIOTT and
Maj. Isaac BEALL.
(1) 1781-1787: Operated a flour mill, Shepherdstown, now Jefferson Co., WV.
(1) 1787: Moved with his family to Wheeling Creek, OH, about 8 miles from
Wheeling, WV, where two of his (brothers? sons?) and a married sister had
already located.
(1) 1793: Moved to Limestone, KY (now Maysville, KY). Remained there 2 years.
(1) 1795: Removed to what was then Adams Co., OH, but what is now Red Oak, in
Brown Co., OH. Located on the tract entered by his brother, Capt. Abraham
Shepherd.
(1) Had 7 children, 6 of whom were born in Shepherdstown, VA, and one at
Wheeling Creek, OH. Parents: ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD and Elizabeth VAN METER.

Spouse: Martha NELSON. John SHEPHERD and Martha NELSON were married in 1773 in , VA.2,3 Reference Number:558681 Children were: John SHEPHERD, Abraham SHEPHERD.


Justin SHEPHERD4,5 was born about 1830.4,5 He is reference number SA160403s.

Spouse: Eliza Marie ALLRED. Justin SHEPHERD and Eliza Marie ALLRED were married on 1 May 1855 in Farmington, Davis, Utah.4,5


Living SHEPHERD.

Spouse: Reuben Ells PAYZANT.


Living SHEPHERD.377

Spouse: Ellen Lucille RECTOR. Children were: Living SHEPHERD.


Living SHEPHERD.377 Parents: Living SHEPHERD and Ellen Lucille RECTOR.

Spouse: Living WARD.


Living SHEPHERD.3 Parents: Living SHEPHERD and Living BARNEY.

Spouse: Living ADKINS. Children were: Living ADKINS, Living ADKINS.


Living SHEPHERD.3

Spouse: Living BARNEY. Children were: Living SHEPHERD.


Living SHEPHERD.3 Parents: Living SHEPHERD and Living LEWIS.

Spouse: Living BOONE. Children were: Living BOONE.


Living SHEPHERD.3

Spouse: Living LEWIS. Children were: Living SHEPHERD.


Living SHEPHERD.3

Spouse: Living ALBERTSON.


Living SHEPHERD.3

Spouse: Living HAYWOOD. Children were: Living HAYWOOD.


Martha SHEPHERD5,128 was born about 1783.5,128 She is reference number 3462.

Spouse: Amous HALSTEAD. Amous HALSTEAD and Martha SHEPHERD were married about 1800.5 Reference Number:14210 Children were: William HALSTEAD, Daniel HALSTEAD, Roxana HALSTEAD.


Martha Crandall SHEPHERD3,333 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 103478.

Spouse: Finus KING. Finus KING and Martha Crandall SHEPHERD were married. Reference Number:1634348


Rebecca SHEPHERD5,128 was born about 1838.5,128

Spouse: John TROXEL. John TROXEL and Rebecca SHEPHERD were married. Children were: George Frances TROXEL.


Sallie E. SHEPHERD7,188 was born about 1856. She died in 1887 in Flora, Madison Co, MS. was struck by lightening

Spouse: James Madison CRABB. James Madison CRABB and Sallie E. SHEPHERD were married. Children were: Lula CRABB, Gertrude CRABB, Benjamin CRABB.


Sarah SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31320. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.16.

!Birth: (1) d/o Solomon Shepherd late of Menallen Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania (in 1758).
Marriage to William Braselton: (1) 20 12th month 1758, Menallen, York Co. (now
Adams Co.), PA. Signing under the bridal couple were Jane and Elizabeth
Shipherd; Andrew and Andrew Jr. Miller; Joseph Wood; James Mickle; Alexander
Underwood; John Mickle; Isaac Everitt; Jacob Elliot; John Blackburn. Also
witnessing were Thomas Kendall; John Pope; Finley McGrew; John Jr., Mary, Sarah
Mickle; Allen Farquer Jr.; John Hammond; John, Alice Willson; Rebecca
Blackburn; Rachel, Barbara Everit; Joseph, Rachel, Samuel, Gartrude Wright;
Margret Bell; James Hamel; Dinah Cox.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.16.

!Birth: (1) d/o Solomon Shepherd late of Menallen Twp., York Co., PA (in 1758).
Marriage to William Braselton: (1) 20 12th month 1758, Menallen, York Co. (now
Adams Co.), PA. Signing under the bridal couple were Jane and Elizabeth
Shipherd; Andrew and Andrew Jr. Miller; Joseph Wood; James Mickle; Alexander
Underwood; John Mickle; Isaac Everitt; Jacob Elliot; John Blackburn. Also
witnessing were Thomas Kendall; John Pope; Finley McGrew; John Jr., Mary, Sarah
Mickle; Allen Farquer Jr.; John Hammond; John, Alice Willson; Rebecca
Blackburn; Rachel, Barbara Everit; Joseph, Rachel, Samuel, Gartrude Wright;
Margret Bell; James Hamel; Dinah Cox. Parents: Solomon SHEPHERD and Jane.

Spouse: William BRASELTON. William BRASELTON and Sarah SHEPHERD were married on 20 Dec 1758 in Menallen, Adams Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:590120


Sarah SHEPHERD7,98 was born in 1636 in Braintree, Norfolk, Mass.. She was christened in 1636 in Of Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died on 15 Jan 1679 in Braintree, Norfolk, Mass. She was buried in Jan 1680 in , , MA. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON.


Solomon SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29512. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.39. Warrington
Monthly Meeting.

!Birth: (1) s/o Solomon Shepherd( dec'd in 1763)/Jane.
Marriage to Margreat Blackburn: (1) 19 Oct 1763, Menalen, York Co., PA.

(1) 1763: Of Menalen Twp., York Co., PA.

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!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.39. Warrington
Monthly Meeting.

!Birth: (1) s/o Solomon Shepherd( dec'd in 1763)/Jane.
Marriage to Margreat Blackburn: (1) 19 Oct 1763, Menalen, York Co., PA.

(1) 1763: Of Menalen Twp., York Co., PA. Parents: Solomon SHEPHERD and Jane.

Spouse: Margret BLACKBURN. Solomon SHEPHERD and Margret BLACKBURN were married on 19 Oct 1763 in Menallen, Adams Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:551597


Solomon SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46339.

Spouse: WATSON. Solomon SHEPHERD and WATSON were married. Reference Number:813721


Solomon SHEPHERD5,93,94,410,411 was born WFT Est 1624-1673 in County Tyrone, Ireland.5,93,94,410,411 He died WFT Est 1666-1753 in Unknown Location.5,93,94,410,411 He is reference number 3408.

Children were: Elizabeth SHEPHERD.


Solomon SHEPHERD2,3 died before Dec 1758.2,3 He is reference number 29586. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.39. Warrington
Monthly Meeting.

!Marriage to Jane __: (1)

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!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.39. Warrington
Monthly Meeting.

!Marriage to Jane __: (1)

Spouse: Jane. Solomon SHEPHERD and Jane were married. Reference Number:552908 Children were: Solomon SHEPHERD, Sarah SHEPHERD.


Thomas SHEPHERD7,98,264 was born on 12 Nov 1666 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA. He was christened on 18 Nov 1666 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He died on 6 Mar 1743 in Hartford, Hartford, CT. He was buried on 6 Mar 1743 in Hartford, CT. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Sr. John SHEPHARD and Rebecca GREENHILL. Parents: .

Spouse: Benedicta DAYE. Thomas SHEPHERD and Benedicta DAYE were married in 1582 in , , England. Children were: John SHEPARD.


,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD2,3 was born in 1705.2,3 He died in 1776 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 30749. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.257-258.
(2) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1) 1705, s/o William Shepherd.
Marriage to Elizabeth Van Meter: (1) (2) 1733.
Death: (1,2) 1776.

(2) 1776, 23 Mar: His lengthy will, proved 20 Aug 1776, named children
William, Thomas, John, Abraham, Susannah, Mary, Martha, Sarah, Elizabeth,
David, and grandchildren Thomas, William and Thomas Thornburg. (1) Among other
property, left a new mill to his son John.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (West Unio n, OH, 1900) p.257-258.
(2) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by William Heidgerd , Supplement, Part III, p.86.

! Birth: (1) 1705, s/o William Shepherd.
Marriage to Elizabeth Van Meter: (1) (2) 1733.
Death: (1,2) 1776.

(2) 1776, 23 Mar: His lengthy will, proved 20 Aug 1776, named children William, Thomas, Joh n, Abraham, Susannah, Mary, Martha, Sarah, Elizabeth, David, and grandchildren Thomas, Willia m and Thomas Thornburg. (1) Among other property, left a new mill to his son John. Parents: William SHEPHERD.

Spouse: Elizabeth VAN METER. ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD and Elizabeth VAN METER were married in 1733.2,3 Reference Number:552239 Children were: John SHEPHERD, ,Capt. Abraham SHEPHERD.


William SHEPHERD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32763.

Children were: ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD.


Daniel SHEPHERDSON3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 65699.

Spouse: JOANNA. Daniel SHEPHERDSON and JOANNA were married. Reference Number:1102289 Children were: Lydia SHEPHERDSON.


Living SHEPHERDSON.3

Spouse: Living COFFY. Children were: Living SHEPHERDSON.


Living SHEPHERDSON.3 Parents: Living SHEPHERDSON and Living COFFY.


Lydia SHEPHERDSON3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 65698. Parents: Daniel SHEPHERDSON and JOANNA.

Spouse: Thomas SKINNER. Thomas SKINNER and Lydia SHEPHERDSON were married after 1644.3 Reference Number:1087000 Children were: Deacon Thomas SKINNER.


Arthur G. SHEPLAR3,183 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 71245.

Spouse: Nora JOHN. Arthur G. SHEPLAR and Nora JOHN were married on 2 Jul 1899.3,183 Reference Number:1181282

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