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Lillian Elizabeth Gray1

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Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
11 April 1940Ambridge, Beaver County, PennsylvaniaByron Henry Blackford2

Child of Lillian Elizabeth Gray and Byron Henry Blackford

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  2. [S2860] 1940 U.S. Census, Ambridge, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T627_3426.

Mary Ann Gray1

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Child of Mary Ann Gray and John Nicholson

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.

Mary Irons Gray1,2

F, b. 4 November 1851, d. 6 September 1941
     Mary Irons Gray was born on 4 November 1851 at Rutherland (near Glasgow), Scotland.3,4 She married Alexander Tennant on 17 December 1872 at Allegany County, Maryland.5 Mary Irons Gray died on 6 September 1941 at Rawlins, Carbon County, Wyoming, at age 89.3 She was buried at Hanna Cemetery, Hanna, Carbon County, Wyoming.6

Children of Mary Irons Gray and Alexander Tennant

Citations

  1. [S778] Letter from Scott Taylor McNees to Wilbert Harold McNees, before 1980.
  2. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  3. [S1535] Victoria J. Campbell Family Tree, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26763486. Hereinafter cited as Victoria J. Campbell Family Tree.
  4. [S3507] 1900 U.S. Census, Hanna Precinct, Carbon County, Wyoming, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T623_1826.
  5. [S1548] MARRIAGE, Tennant, Alexander - Mary Gray, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as MARRIAGE, Tennant - Gray.
  6. [S1547] Mary Irons Gray Tennant Cemetery Marker, Hanna Cemetery, Hanna, Carbon County, Wyoming.
  7. [S3510] 1910 U.S. Census, District 6, Carbon County, Wyoming, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T624_1745.
  8. [S2354] 1920 U.S. Census, Leo Precinct, Carbon County, Wyoming, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T625_2025.
  9. [S3509] 1930 U.S. Census, Leo District, Carbon County, Wyoming, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T626_2622.
  10. [S2731] 1940 U.S. Census, Rawlins, Carbon County, Wyoming, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T627_4569.
  11. [S1545] Jennett Tennant Cemetery Marker, Hanna Cemetery, Hanna, Carbon County, Wyoming.
  12. [S1544] Agnes Tennant Cemetery Marker, Hanna Cemetery, Hanna, Carbon County, Wyoming.

Matthew Alexander Gray1

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Child of Matthew Alexander Gray and Grace M. Moore

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.

Michael Grayson1,2

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Child of Michael Grayson and Ann Histolovic

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  2. [S1497] Letter from Nancy Rose Miller Shay (unknown) to Wilbert Harold McNees, before 1980; unknown repository (unknown repository address).

Stephen Grayson1,2

M, b. 1 March 1910
     Stephen Grayson was born on 1 March 1910 at New Kensington, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.1,2 He was the son of Michael Grayson and Ann Histolovic.1,2 Stephen Grayson married Ida Elbertha Miller, daughter of Plummer Carlyle Miller and Cora Rebecca Ralston, on 23 January 1947 at New Kensington, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.1,2

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  2. [S1497] Letter from Nancy Rose Miller Shay (unknown) to Wilbert Harold McNees, before 1980; unknown repository (unknown repository address).

Jane Greacon

F, b. 1757, d. 17 November 1829
     Jane Greacon was born in 1757. She was the daughter of Robert Greacon and Agnes McClelon. Jane Greacon married David Kennedy, son of Alexander Kennedy, at Ireland. Jane Greacon died on 17 November 1829.

Children of Jane Greacon and David Kennedy

Robert Greacon

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     Robert Greacon married Agnes McClelon.

Child of Robert Greacon and Agnes McClelon

Daniel Greathouse

M, b. 1750, d. 1777
     Daniel Greathouse was born in 1750 at Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of Harmon Greathouse and Mary Magdelina Stull. Daniel Greathouse married Mary Morris, daughter of Richard Morris and Mary Scott Watts, between 1774 and 1775 at Yohogania County, Virginia. Daniel Greathouse died in 1777 at Augusta County, Virginia.

Child of Daniel Greathouse and Mary Morris

Edgar Emerson Greathouse1

M, b. September 1889, d. 1971
     Edgar Emerson Greathouse was born in September 1889 at Roane County, West Virginia.1,2,3 He was the son of Leonidas Greathouse and Rebecca Roberts.1 Edgar Emerson Greathouse married Ninevah "Daisy" Simmons, daughter of Joseph Smith Simmons and Mary Jane "Mollie" Wines, on 24 November 1918 at residence of H. J. Francis (their minister), Roane County, West Virginia.1,4 Edgar Emerson Greathouse died in 1971 at Roane County, West Virginia.1
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
12 June 1900Spencer District, Roane County, West VirginiaLeonidas Greathouse3
26 April 1910Spencer District, Roane County, West VirginiaLeonidas Greathouse5
2 January 1920Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse6
7 April 1930Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse7
22 April 1940Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse8

Child of Edgar Emerson Greathouse and Ninevah "Daisy" Simmons

Citations

  1. [S183] Ted McMullen, "Family Group Sheet, McMullen Genealogy", 26 Jun 2005. . Hereinafter cited as "FAMGRPSH, McMullen Genealogy."
  2. [S1308] MARRIAGE, Greathouse, Edgar E. - Simmons, Ninevah: Lists age, county, state only., unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as MARRIAGE, Greathouse - Simmons.
  3. [S51] 1900 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T623_1772.
  4. [S1308] MARRIAGE, Greathouse - Simmons.
  5. [S54] 1910 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T624_1696.
  6. [S52] 1920 U.S. Census, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T625_1971.
  7. [S87] 1930 U.S. Census, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T626_2555.
  8. [S2576] 1940 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T627_4445.

Edward Neddy Greathouse

M, b. 17 November 1807, d. 12 November 1897
     Edward Neddy Greathouse The Virginia census for 1850 shows Edward Greathouse and family to beliving in Wirt County. E. He was born on 17 November 1807 at Harrison County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Edward Neddy Greathouse married an unknown person on 31 December 1833 at Jackson County, Virginia. He died on 13 November 1896 at age 88. He died on 12 November 1897 at Linden, Roane County, West Virginia, at age 89.

Edward E. Greathouse1

M, b. circa 1920
     Edward E. Greathouse was born circa 1920 at West Virginia. He was the son of Edgar Emerson Greathouse and Ninevah "Daisy" Simmons.1
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
2 January 1920Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse2
7 April 1930Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse3
22 April 1940Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaEdgar Emerson Greathouse4

Citations

  1. [S183] Ted McMullen, "Family Group Sheet, McMullen Genealogy", 26 Jun 2005. . Hereinafter cited as "FAMGRPSH, McMullen Genealogy."
  2. [S52] 1920 U.S. Census, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T625_1971.
  3. [S87] 1930 U.S. Census, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T626_2555.
  4. [S2576] 1940 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T627_4445.

Elizabeth Betsy Greathouse

F, b. 1805
     Elizabeth Betsy Greathouse was born in 1805. She was the daughter of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Elizabeth Betsy Greathouse Little is known of Betsy, her name does not appear on any later census. See notes on William.

Gabriel Greathouse

M, b. 1778, d. 8 March 1828
     Gabriel Greathouse was born in 1778 at Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of Harmon Greathouse and Mary Magdelina Stull. Gabriel moved into Arkansas territory in 1815 and became the Patriarch of the Arkansas Greathouses. In 1820, Gabriel was elected sheriff of Pulaski County (Arkansas). In 1830 his widow, Ruth Greathouse, was making her home with her son Daniel. (1830 census). Gabriel Greathouse died on 8 March 1828 at Pulaski County, Arkansas.

Granville Lee Greathouse1,2

M, b. 16 January 1902, d. 4 May 1968
     Granville Lee Greathouse was born on 16 January 1902 at Rilla, Calhoun County, West Virginia.1 He was the son of William Delmore Greathouse and Mary C. Wayne.1 Granville Lee Greathouse married Helen Whitcomb Funkhouser, daughter of Samuel Heinrich Funkhouser and Cornelia Anna McNeese, on 23 August 1923 at Wellsburg, Brooke County, West Virginia.1 Granville Lee Greathouse died on 4 May 1968 at New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 66.1 He was buried at Sylvania Hills Cemetery, Daugherty Township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.1
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
4 April 1930New Brighton, Beaver County, PennsylvaniaGranville Lee Greathouse3
15 April 1940New Brighton, Beaver County, PennsylvaniaGranville Lee Greathouse4

Child of Granville Lee Greathouse and Helen Whitcomb Funkhouser

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  2. [S736] Letter from Helen Whitcomb Funkhouser Greathouse (unknown) to Wilbert Harold McNees, before 1980; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  3. [S2169] 1930 U.S. Census, New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T626_1997.
  4. [S2255] 1940 U.S. Census, New Brighton Borough, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T627_3429.

Harmon Greathouse

M, b. circa 1720, d. 10 June 1782
     Harmon Greathouse The following is from the draft copy Descendants of Mary Stull Greathouse by Chris Bailey. In a 1792 court document Harmon declared his age as 75. (Chancery Ct. folder 1681 Baltimore Co.,MD. Marriages). Harmon was probably unmarried when he was sponsor to the baptism of a child June 2, 1745, at St. Michael's Church, Germantown, PA. He was NEVER married to Anna Maria Baretinin, the co-sponsor, who was a single woman at the time. The misinterpretation of this record created a "first-wife" for Harmon which he never had. His one and only wife was Mary Stull. The census of 1790 shows a Harmon Greathouse and his wife residing in Baltimore County, Maryland. By Oct 10 1753 Harmon was living on a tract of land across the Potomac River in Hampshire Co.,WV. He acted as a chain carrier there on March 18 1754 for Thomas Rutherford. On Nov. 18, 1755, Harmon Greathouse 'of the Colony of Virginia, farmer' sold his tract 'Chestnut Spring' in Frederick Co.,MD to John Hildebrand. Harmon was a blacksmith, by trade, and received a bequest of blacksmith tools from the will of his father. On June 24, 1749 Harmon had a 50 acre farm called 'Chestnut Springs' surveyed and patented. This land was located on Antietam Creek in Frederick, present day Washington, Co.,MD. He sold this tract to John Hildebrand on Nov. 18 1755. On Mar 2 1755 Harmon Greathouse had two more tracts of land surveyed for him in Hampshire County, WV. The first of these was a 275 acre tract original warranted by Solomon Turpin of Frederick. On Mar 28, 1755 Greathouse also acted as a chain carrier for surveyor Thomas Rutherford in surveying a 194 acre tract of land on the Potomac for John Friend of Frederick, Co. MD. In 1773, Harmon took his family and settled in the northern part of Ohio Co.,VA in present day Brooke County, WV near the Hancock County Line. The land on which he settled was on a creek which he called Harmon's Run. It later became known as Harmons Creek and flows into the Ohio River near Holliday's Cove, present day Weirton, WV. In 1780 Harmon produced certificates for two tracts of 400 acres each. The land records office at Richmond, VA, show that a land patent was granted to Harmon Greathouse in Mar 8, 1785 for 800 acres of land in the county of Yohogania, VA. Along Harmons Creek. Patrick Henry, Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth of VA in consideration of the Ancient Composition of Four Pounds Sterling paid by Harmon Greathouse into the Treasury of the Commonwealth of VA. granted the patent. On Aug 4, 1788 Harmon and Mary sold two parcels of land - 195 acres including Cove Pond and part of Harmon's Creek to their son Isaac for l50 lbs., 218 acres of land and a sawmill on Harmon's Creek to their son Harmon, Jr. for 150 lbs. and 387 acres on both sides of Harmon's Creek to their son Jonathan for 200 lbs. Almost immediately after they left Virginia and returned to Maryland. Harmon was a member of an organization known as the "Rangers on the Frontier" 1778-1782 (Ref. PA Archives, Third Series, Vo. XXIII, p 206); Served as a volunteer in Col. William. Crawford's regiment during the expedition against Sandusky (1782), (Ref PA Archives Sixth Series, Vol. II, pages 153 and 390.) He In 1770 or early in 1771, Harmon Greathouse, together with his wife and ten children, moved from Frederick County, Maryland, to the Commonwealth of Virginia, settling in what was then known as Augusta County. Augusta County, at that time, took in most of what is now the State of West Virginia. Later, the area in which he settled was called Yohogania County, then Ohio County. In 1797 Brooke County was formed from land cut off from Ohio County. The Greathouse lands all lay in what is now Brooke County, West Virginia. Brooke County is located in what is now known as the Panhandle of West Virginia. This is a very narrow strip of land located between the western boundary of Pennsylvania and the Ohio River which forms the boundary between West Virginia and Ohio.

When Harmon Greathouse moved to Virginia he settled on the waters of Harmon's Creek. "History of the Panhandle", published in 1879, says that Harmon Greathouse was the first settler in what is now Brooke County. Harmon's Creek, site of the Greathouse settlement, was named for him. The Rev. Joseph Doddridge in his book, "Doddridge's Notes", says this of these early pioneers: "A fierce, implacable foe met them on every hand. Braddock's Trail was the route by which the greater number crossed the mountains. Some came by way of Bedford and Fort Ligonier, few were encumbered with much baggage. Land was their object. Raising a crop of grain, however small, entitled the settler to 400 acres of land."

Although Harmon Greathouse settled on the waters of Harmon's Creek in 1771, he did not receive a patent on his land until 1785. In 1785, the Commonwealth of Virginia granted him a patent to 800 acres. Daniel, his eldest son, settled on 400 acres located in the Mingo Bottom of the Ohio River in 1771 but sold his rights to this land in 1775. John Greathouse settled on 400 acres, adjoining that of his brother Daniel. In 1774, Gabriel Greathouse acquired patent on 400 acres of land adjoining that of his father (Harmon). William Greathouse owned land on Harmon's Creek, probably 400 acres, prior to his death in 1791. The other sons, Isaac, Harmon Jr., and Jonathan, all acquired land from their father after 1785, from his original tract of 800 acres. In 1788, Harmon Greathouse, Sr., and his wife Mary sold "218 acres and a saw mill", part of his original tract. to their son Harmon Jr. for g 150. Prior to this time he had sold or given to his son Jonathan 122 acres. Jonathan, in turn sold this tract to Jonathan Boyle and Jonathan Hunt for g 100. This sale was made just prior to his ill-fated attempt to migrate to Kentucky.

By 1788 Harmon Sr. had disposed of all of his holdings in Virginia. There is no record of his ever again owning land in the state after that year. Furthermore, there is no record of a will or letter of administration for him in either Brooke or Ohio counties. Church records have been searched for entries concerning his death and burial but nothing has been found. Harmon and his wife Mary, in 1786, gave power of attorney to Margret White, Mary's sister, to dispose of their holdings in Frederick County, Maryland. He Harmon served in the Revolutionary War during the Sandusky indian border Campaign in Landash, Erie County, Ohio. He was a member of the Crawfordexpedition. Records sh Greathouse settlement,was named for him. Reports that he was killed during that campaign a r is also a deed recorded in Deed Book 1,Page 96, Ohio County, Virginia in which a n authoriza Records of Harmons service can be found in the Pennsylvania Archives,Sixth Series, Vol.II, pa. He was born circa 1720 at Heidleberg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Henry Groethausen and Ann Pippen. Harmon Greathouse married Mary Magdelina Stull, daughter of John Stull and Martha Jones, circa 1745 at Frederick County, Maryland. Harmon Greathouse died on 10 June 1782 at Landash OH battle. He died after 1790 at Baltimore County, Maryland. He died between 1794 and 1795 at Carroll County, Maryland.

Children of Harmon Greathouse and Mary Magdelina Stull

Harmon Greathouse Jr.

M, b. 30 June 1762, d. 5 July 1849
     Harmon Greathouse Jr. was born on 30 June 1762 at Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of Harmon Greathouse and Mary Magdelina Stull. Harmon Greathouse Jr. married an unknown person circa 1785. He married an unknown person on 5 March 1789 at Wheeling, Ohio County, Virginia. He died on 5 July 1849 at Deatsville, Nelson County, Kentucky, at age 87.

Isaac Greathouse

M, b. 1804
     Isaac Greathouse was born in 1804 at Wirt County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Isaac Greathouse In the 1860 Roane County census also living within the Isaac Greathouse household was Leonard, relationship unknown. The family does not appear in any later census within Roane County. Whether Sarah is the mother of Isaac is in question since his birth occured several before th See also notes for William. In 1850, the census shows Isaac and family to be living in Wirt Co.

James Greathouse

M, b. 1820, d. 1865
     James Greathouse was born in 1820 at Roane County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. James Greathouse died in 1865.

John Greathouse

M, b. 1 March 1774, d. 30 July 1860
     John Greathouse was born on 1 March 1774 at Harrison County, Virginia. He was the son of Daniel Greathouse and Mary Morris. John Greathouse Marriage records in Harrison County, WV show the union of John Greathouse with Millie Gillespy on April 8, 1793. It is not certain that this was the same John Greathouse who married Sarah McDade in 1806. It is believed that this marriage pertains to Johann Greathouse. He married Sarah McDade, daughter of James McDade and Rachel Tanner, on 17 September 1806 at Mason County, Virginia. John Greathouse Records of Mason County, Colson Hall, Morgantown, WV PAGE JVW 1006 Rolls 3 & 4 DATA TEXT Matrimony, Marriage Bond, Concent (sic) dated September 17, 1806. This is a marriage bon County, WV courthouse a marriage bondbetween 'John Gratehous e and Sary Mickdade'. The bond. He According to military records, John Greathouse served in the War of 1812 for three months, receiving his discharge on August 24, 1814. He John Greathouse came to northwestern Virginia from Harrison County in about 1815 after having served in the War of 1812. He was a cousin to Samuel Tanner, the founder of present day Spencer, WV. He acquired a large parcel of land in the Spring Creek area on which he built his home. In May, 1857 he and his wife, the former Sarah McDade, deeded to trustees of the county of Roane, Virginia the property which became Spencer Memorial Cemetery. John and Sarah are both buried there. Gravestones for both John and Sarah have last names spelled GRATEHOUSE. He died on 30 July 1860 at Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, at age 86. He was buried at Spencer Memorial Cemetery, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia.
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
1 June 1810Mason County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse1
1 June 1820Harrison County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse2
1 June 1830Harrison County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse3
1 June 1840Jackson County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse4
19 July 1850District 70, Wirt County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse5
27 July 1860Roane County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse6

Children of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade

Citations

  1. [S2054] 1810 U.S. Census, unknown, Mason County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M252_69.
  2. [S2055] 1820 U.S. Census, unknown, Harrison County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M33_138.
  3. [S2056] 1830 U.S. Census, unknown, Harrison County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M19_190.
  4. [S2057] 1840 U.S. Census, unknown, Jackson County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M704_563.
  5. [S161] 1850 U.S. Census, District 70, Wirt County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M432_981.
  6. [S147] 1860 U.S. Census, Unstated, Roane County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M653_1375.

John B. Greathouse

M, b. 15 March 1810, d. 28 December 1901
     John B. Greathouse The 1850 Virginia census shows John B. Greathouse and family to be living in Wirt County. He was born on 15 March 1810 at Mason County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. John B. Greathouse married an unknown person on 12 February 1834 at Jackson County, Virginia. He married an unknown person on 3 November 1880 at Wirt County, West Virginia. He died on 28 December 1901 at age 91.

Kenneth Wayne Greathouse1,2

M, b. 26 December 1926, d. 4 March 1936
     Kenneth Wayne Greathouse was born on 26 December 1926 at New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Granville Lee Greathouse and Helen Whitcomb Funkhouser.1 Kenneth Wayne Greathouse died on 4 March 1936 at New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 9.1 He was buried at Grove Cemetery, New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.1
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
4 April 1930New Brighton, Beaver County, PennsylvaniaGranville Lee Greathouse3

Citations

  1. [S275] Wilbert Harold McNees, McNees Genealogy (Imperial, PA: Wilbert Harold McNees, 1976). Hereinafter cited as McNees Genealogy.
  2. [S736] Letter from Helen Whitcomb Funkhouser Greathouse (unknown) to Wilbert Harold McNees, before 1980; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
  3. [S2169] 1930 U.S. Census, New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T626_1997.

Leonidas Greathouse1

M, b. May 1867
     Leonidas Greathouse was born in May 1867 at West Virginia.2
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
12 June 1900Spencer District, Roane County, West VirginiaLeonidas Greathouse2
26 April 1910Spencer District, Roane County, West VirginiaLeonidas Greathouse3

Child of Leonidas Greathouse and Rebecca Roberts

Citations

  1. [S183] Ted McMullen, "Family Group Sheet, McMullen Genealogy", 26 Jun 2005. . Hereinafter cited as "FAMGRPSH, McMullen Genealogy."
  2. [S51] 1900 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T623_1772.
  3. [S54] 1910 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T624_1696.

Malinda Greathouse

F, b. 11 January 1831, d. 20 March 1909
     Malinda Greathouse was born in 1829. She was born on 11 January 1831 at Mason County, Virginia. She was the daughter of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Malinda Greathouse died on 20 March 1909 at Richardson, Calhoun County, West Virginia, at age 78.
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
19 July 1850District 70, Wirt County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse1
27 July 1860Roane County, VirginiaJohn Greathouse2

Citations

  1. [S161] 1850 U.S. Census, District 70, Wirt County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M432_981.
  2. [S147] 1860 U.S. Census, Unstated, Roane County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M653_1375.

Malinda F. Greathouse1

F, b. May 1844, d. 1925
     Malinda F. Greathouse was born in May 1844 at Virginia.1,2 She married John McGill on 21 October 1867 at Wirt County, West Virginia.1 Malinda F. Greathouse died in 1925.1
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
30 June 1880Lee District, Calhoun County, West VirginiaJohn McGill2
24 June 1900Lee District, Calhoun County, West VirginiaMalinda F. Greathouse3

Children of Malinda F. Greathouse and John McGill

Citations

  1. [S1962] Greathouse in America, online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/57049259. Hereinafter cited as Greathouse in America.
  2. [S394] 1880 U.S. Census, Lee, Calhoun County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T9_1401.
  3. [S1967] 1900 U.S. Census, Lee District, Calhoun County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T623_1757.

Matilda Greathouse

F, b. 8 November 1833, d. 10 March 1913
     Matilda Greathouse was born on 22 November 1831 at Jackson County, Virginia. She was born on 8 November 1833 at Jackson County, Virginia. She was the daughter of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Matilda Greathouse married an unknown person on 3 September 1849 at Wirt County, Virginia. She died on 10 March 1913 at Calhoun County, West Virginia, at age 79.

Nancy Greathouse

F, b. 1827
     Nancy Greathouse was born in 1827. She was the daughter of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade.

Nathaniel Greathouse

M, b. 1817, d. 1878
     Nathaniel Greathouse was born in 1817 at Roane County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Nathaniel Greathouse died in 1878.

Samuel William Greathouse

M, b. 1812, d. 1900
     Samuel William Greathouse was born in 1812 at Kanawaha County, Virginia. He was the son of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Samuel William Greathouse Samuel served in the Confederate army during the civil war. He was a member of the 19th and 20th Virginia Cavalry. The 1850 census shows him living with his family in Wirt Co, VA. He died in 1900 at Roane County, West Virginia.

Sarah Greathouse

F, b. 15 February 1827, d. 25 August 1905
Sarah Greathouse McMullen
     Sarah Greathouse was born on 15 February 1827 at Jackson County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John Greathouse and Sarah McDade. Sarah Greathouse married first Matthew McMullen, son of John McMullen and Mary Donaldson, on 13 July 1844 at Jackson County, Virginia.1 Sarah Greathouse married second James A. Townsley, son of William Townsley and Nancy u, on 22 November 1879 at Roane County, West Virginia.2 Sarah Greathouse died on 25 August 1905 at Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia, at age 78.1 She was buried at Spencer Memorial Cemetery, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia.3
Census DateCensus LocationHead of Household
19 July 1850District 70, Wirt County, VirginiaMatthew McMullen4
27 July 1860Roane County, VirginiaMatthew McMullen5
29 June 1880Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaJames A. Townsley6
5 June 1900Spencer, Roane County, West VirginiaJames A. Townsley7

Children of Sarah Greathouse and Matthew McMullen

Citations

  1. [S183] Ted McMullen, "Family Group Sheet, McMullen Genealogy", 26 Jun 2005. . Hereinafter cited as "FAMGRPSH, McMullen Genealogy."
  2. [S347] Wes Cochran, compiler, Roane County West Virginia Marriages 1856-1919 (n.p.: n.pub., 1988), Date and location listed.. Hereinafter cited as Roane County WV Marriages 1856-1919.
  3. [S329] Sarah Greathouse McMullen Cemetery Marker, Spencer Memorial Cemetery, Spencer, Roane County, West Virginia.
  4. [S161] 1850 U.S. Census, District 70, Wirt County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M432_981.
  5. [S147] 1860 U.S. Census, Unstated, Roane County, Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication M653_1375.
  6. [S150] 1880 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T9_1413.
  7. [S51] 1900 U.S. Census, Spencer District, Roane County, West Virginia, population schedule, National Archives micropublication T623_1772.