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Ancestors of Gary and Ardis Dahlstrom Morrison

Generation No. 7
Our 6 x great grandparents

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1088. James Elder, born Unknown; died Unknown. He was the son of 2176. Robert Elder and 2177. Eleanor ?.

Children of James Elder are:

544 i. Thomas Elder, born Unknown; died Unknown.
ii. Margaret Elder, born Unknown; died Unknown; married George McConnell; born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1092. ? Dempsey, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of ? Dempsey are:

546 i. Cornelius Dempsey I, born February 1758 in (Clan Maliere) Ireland; died October 06, 1786 in Buffalo Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania; married Anne Iddings 1773.
ii. James Dempsey, born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. Jonathan Dempsey, born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1094. Henry B. Iddings, Sr., born 1727 in Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died November 21, 1819 in Buffalo, Union County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 2188. William Iddings, Sr. and 2189. Mary Moore. He married 1095. Mary Wynne March 23, 1751/52 in Christ Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

1095. Mary Wynne, born November 19, 1733 in East Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1776 in Union County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 2190. Jonathan Wynne, Jr. and 2191. Anne Warner.

Children of Henry Iddings and Mary Wynne are:

547 i. Anne Iddings, born 1753 in Nantmeal Village, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1835 in Jackson County, Ohio; married Cornelius Dempsey I 1773.
ii. Jonathan Iddings, born April 28, 1753 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died September 28, 1842 in Union County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Lewis; born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. William L. Iddings, Sr., born 1756 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1835 in Floyd County, Virginia; married Ann Meyers Abt. 1779; born 1757; died Unknown.
iv. Samuel Iddings, born 1759 in Pennsylvania; died 1820.
v. Henry B. Iddings, Jr., born December 25, 1761 in Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died June 24, 1854 in Head of River, Virginia; married Abigail Olive Richardson December 11, 1789; born 1761 in Newberry Township, Miami County, Ohio; died 1845 in Ludlow Falls, Miami County, Ohio.
vi. Mary Iddings, born 1763 in Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married Conrad Krist; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vii. Lydia Iddings, born 1764 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married Samuel Robb; born Unknown; died Unknown.
viii. Abigail Iddings, born Abt. 1766 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married William Furry; born Unknown; died Unknown.
ix. Isaac Iddings, born 1769 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1861; married Abigail Robb Bef. 1784; born Unknown; died Unknown.
x. Elizabeth Iddings, born August 20, 1769 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1861; married Alexander McGrady, Jr.; born Unknown; died Unknown.
xi. Thomas Iddings, Sr., born 1774 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died 1848; married Isabella Kleckner; born 1780 in West Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died March 08, 1838.
xii. Samuel Iddings, born 1777 in Pennsylvania; died Unknown.

 

1102. William Fulton, born Abt. 1732; died Unknown.

Children of William Fulton are:

551 i. Agnes Fulton, born Bet. 1755 - 1760; died 1836; married Philip Criner.
ii. John Fulton, born Abt. 1760; died Unknown; married Jannet ?; born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. James Fulton, born 1763 in Ireland; died 1823 in Middlesex, Butler County, Pennsylvania; married Agnes Thompson March 08, 1782 in Bakerstown, Pennsylvania; born 1762; died Unknown.
iv. Robert Fulton, born Abt. 1765; died Unknown.

 

1112. John Finney, Sr., born April 13, 1696 in Bristol County, Rhode Island; died Unknown. He was the son of 2224. Jeremiah Finney, Sr. and 2225. Esther Lewis. He married 1113. Mary Campbell January 12, 1714/15 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

1113. Mary Campbell, born May 08, 1696 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown.

Children of John Finney and Mary Campbell are:

i. Mary Finney, born February 17, 1717/18; died Unknown.
ii. Esther Finney, born August 24, 1719; died Unknown; married Phineas Briggs December 27, 1739; born Abt. 1719; died Unknown.
iii. Lidia Finney, born October 01, 1722; died Unknown; married John Briggs March 12, 1740/41; born May 15, 1720; died Unknown.
iv. Solomon Finney, Sr., born August 21, 1724 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown; married Tamar June Abt. 1779 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut; born May 06, 1739; died Unknown.
v. John Finney, Jr., born October 14, 1726; died Unknown; married Elizabeth Jones; born Abt. 1726 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown.
vi. Mary Finney, born November 12, 1727; died Unknown; married Ebenezer Jones; born Abt. 1727; died Unknown.
vii. Abijah Finney, born June 17, 1729 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Abt. 1756 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; married Lydia Jones April 26, 1749 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; born Abt. 1729 in Raynham, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown.
viii. Nathaniel Finney, born June 04, 1732; died Unknown.
ix. Daniel Finney, born November 22, 1733; died Unknown; married (1) Mary Maxfield 1758; born Abt. 1733 in Bristol County, Rhode Island; died Unknown; married (2) Phebe Fisher November 03, 1762 in Easton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; born Abt. 1733; died May 1830 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
556 x. Charles Finney, born March 06, 1734/35 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown in Shrewsbury, Rutland County, Vermont; married (1) Esther Partridge November 22, 1755; married (2) Anne Campbell March 02, 1758.
xi. Sarah Finney, born April 25, 1737 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Unknown; married George Makepeace; born Abt. 1737; died Unknown.
xii. Hannah Finney, born January 24, 1739/40; died Unknown; married George Mills February 09, 1758; born Abt. 1739; died Unknown.

 

1120. John Tharp, born 1711 in Tuckahoe Hundred, Talbot County, Maryland; died 1764 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. He was the son of 2240. William Tharp, Sr. and 2241. Jane Austin. He married 1121. Elizabeth Jordan 1738 in Queen Anne County, Maryland.

1121. Elizabeth Jordan, born 1715 in Tuckahoe Hundred, Talbot County, Maryland; died Aft. 1756 in Delaware. She was the daughter of 2242. James Jordan and 2243. Barbara ?

Children of John Tharp and Elizabeth Jordan are:

i. James Tharp, born 1738 in Talbot County, Maryland; died Abt. 1779; married Sarah Catlin 1765; born 1744; died Abt. 1780.
ii. William Tharp, Sr., born May 15, 1740 in Tuckahoe Hundred, Talbot County, Maryland; died April 16, 1812 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; married Ruth Clark 1762 in Kent County, Delaware; born May 2, 1747 in Delaware; died July 24, 1823 in Harrington, Kent County, Delaware.
iii. Thomas Tharp, born 1744 in Talbot County, Maryland; died 1800 in Rowan County, North Carolina; married Elizabeth Pegg 1766 in Kent County, Delaware; born 1745 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died Aft. February 1807.
iv. Isaac Tharp, born 1747 in Queen Anne County, Maryland; died Unknown in Guilford County, North Carolina; married Elizabeth ? Abt. 1764 in Talbot County, Maryland; born Abt. 1749 in Talbot County, Maryland; died Unknown.
560 v. Solomon Tharp, born October 16, 1750 in Delaware; died August 6, 1847 in Cass County, Michigan; married Hannah Tate July 16, 1774 in Kennett Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; born March 19, 1754 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died Abt. 1835 in Logan County, Ohio.
vi. Ruth Tharp, born Abt. 1751 in Delaware; died Unknown in Sussex County, Delaware; married Benjamin Long in Sussex County, Delaware; born December 1, 1744 in Delaware; died 1800 in Sussex County, Delaware.
vii. Mary Tharp, born 1752 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died February 1806 in Guilford County, North Carolina; married James Campbell Abt. 1772 in Kent County, Delaware; born Abt. 1748 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died Unknown.
viii. Nathan Tharp, born 1754 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died Unknown in Guilford County, North Caroline; married Betsy ? Abt. 1774 in Kent County, Delaware; born 1758 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died Unknown.
ix. John Tharp, Jr., born 1756 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died 1844 in Fayette County, Indiana; married Leah Morris Abt. 1783 in Sussex County, Delaware; born Abt. 1762 in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware; died Bef. 1844 in Fayette County, Indiana.

 

1122. William Tate, born Abt. 1730 in Upper Providence Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died April 03, 1782 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. He was the son of 2244. George Tate and 2245. Catherine Malin. He married 1123. Martha Dixon January 17, 1753 in Hockessing Monthly Meeting, Kennett Center, New Castle County, Delaware.

1123. Martha Dixon, born 1732 in Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania; died Bef. December 28, 1763. She was the daughter of 2246. Henry Dixon and 2247. Ruth Jones.

Children of William Tate and Martha Dixon are:

561 i. Hannah Tate, born March 19, 1754 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died Abt. 1835 in Logan County, Ohio; married Solomon Tharp July 16, 1774 in Kennet Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
ii. Mary Tate, born June 08, 1756 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died February 29, 1836 in Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio; married George Brown April 13, 1783; born October 08, 1754 in Colana, Columbiana County, Ohio; died October 12, 1836 in Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio.
iii. Ruth Tate, born January 10, 1759 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died Unknown; married Philip Dixon May 02, 1782; born Unknown; died Unknown.
iv. Levi Tate, born April 07, 1763 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died February 13, 1846; married Edith Nichols 1795 in Loudon County, Virginia; born April 16, 1771 in Millcreek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware; died July 09, 1840 in Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virginia.

 

1146. George Anderson, Sr., born Abt. 1720 in Ulster, Ireland; died Bet. 1788 - 1789 in Augusta County, Virginia. He was the son of 2292. John Anderson, Sr. and 2293. Margaret ?. He married 1147. Elizabeth ? Bef. 1736.

1147. Elizabeth ?, born Abt. 1720; died Unknown.

Children of George Anderson and Elizabeth ? are:

i. Francis Anderson, born Unknown in Ulster, Ireland; died Unknown.
ii. William Anderson, born 1740 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Bef. March 17, 1778 in Augusta County, Virginia; married Margaret Christian; born September 15, 1743; died Unknown.
iii. Margaret Anderson, born 1742 in Augusta County, Virginia; died 1812 in Kingsport, Sullivan County, Tennessee; married Gilbert Christian June 14, 1763 in Augusta County, Virginia; born 1734 in Augusta County, Virginia; died November 14, 1793 in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee.
573 iv. Mary Anderson, born Bef. March 18, 1743/44 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Bef. 1825; married Adam Guthrie.
v. John Anderson, born June 1746 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Bef. June 12, 1784.
vi. George Anderson, Jr., born November 1748 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Unknown.
vii. James Anderson, born Abt. 1750 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Unknown.
viii. Jane Anderson, born Abt. 1752 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Unknown; married Robert Patterson January 30, 1786 in Augusta County, Virginia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
ix. Girl Anderson, born Unknown; died Unknown; married James Andiddle; born Unknown; died Unknown.
x. Girl Anderson, born Unknown; died Unknown; married William Anderson; born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1156. Richard Chitwood, Sr., born 1722 in Virginia; died 1785 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. He was the son of 2312. Matthias Chitwood, Sr. and 2313. Mary Key. He married 1157. Winney Randolph.

1157. Winney Randolph, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of Richard Chitwood and Winney Randolph are:

i. Isabella Elizabeth Chitwood, born 1747 in Virginia; died December 1829 in Missouri; married Thomas S. Whiteside, Sr. Abt. 1771 in Tryon County (later Rutherford County), North Carolina; born Abt. 1749 in Albemarle County, Virginia; died Abt. 1795 in Rutherford County, North Carolina.
ii. Mary Ann Chitwood, born 1749 in Virginia; died Unknown.
578 iii. James Chitwood, born June 21, 1751 in Powhatan County, Virginia; died 1843 in Campbell County (now Scott County), Tennessee; married Martha White 1769 in North Carolina.
iv. Catherine Chitwood, born 1758 in Virginia; died Unknown in Missouri; married William Burts; born Unknown; died Unknown.
v. Daniel Chitwood, Sr., born 1760 in Virginia; died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in Cass County, Georgia; married Elizabeth Richardson; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vi. Richard Chitwood, Jr., born 1764 in Virginia; died May 1822 in Missouri.
vii. Seth Chitwood, born 1766 in Virginia; died August 26, 1850 in Missouri.
viii. John Chitwood, born 1774 in Virginia; died April 18, 1861 in Missouri.

 

1158. Thomas White, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of Thomas White is:

579 i. Martha White, born 1749 in Orange County, Virginia; died Unknown; married James Chitwood 1769 in North Carolina.

 

1184. Zachariah Knox, Sr., born Abt. 1689 in Somersworth, Strafford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown. He was the son of 2368. Sylvanus Knox and 2369. Elizabeth Emery. He married 1185. Sarah Pinkham.

1185. Sarah Pinkham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of Zachariah Knox and Sarah Pinkham are:

i. Joshua Knox, born October 13, 1715 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died January 07, 1777 in Berwick, York County, Maine; married Elizabeth Stevens; born Unknown; died Unknown.
592 ii. Joseph Knox, Sr., born November 12, 1717; died Unknown; married Mary Jones.
iii. Zachariah Knox, Jr., born August 01, 1720 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Abt. 1759; married Judith Pitman; born Unknown in Somersworth, Strafford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown.
iv. Benjamin Knox, born July 12, 1722 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Abt. 1793.
v. Sarah Knox, born March 26, 1724 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown.
vi. Temperance Knox, born April 01, 1726 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown.
vii. Olive Knox, born February 23, 1728/29 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown; married John Hasson; born Unknown; died Unknown.
viii. Thomas Knox, born January 23, 1730/31 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown.
ix. Jonathan Knox, born June 02, 1733 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire; died Unknown.

 

1186. William Jones, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of William Jones is:

593 i. Mary Jones, born Unknown; died Unknown; married (1) John Fall; married (2) Joseph Knox, Sr.

 

1224. David Garred/Gerrad/Jarrett, born Abt. 1712 in Unknown; died Bef. November 16, 1761 in Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He married 1225. Margaret ? Bef. 1732 in probably Pennsylvania.

1225. Margaret ?, born Unknown; died 1798 in Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.

Children of David Jarrett and Margaret ? are:

i. Mary Gerrad/Jarrett, born January 8, 1732 in likely Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died February 22, 1788 in likely Berks County, Pennsylvania (buried in Robinson Meeting Place Burial Ground); married Jonathan Stephens 1752 in likely Berks County, Pennsylvania; born September 7, 1726; died November 1793 in likely Berks County, Pennsylvania.
ii. John Gerrad, born probably Abt. 1735 in likely Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died September 19, 1807 in likely Berks County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Cary in the Exeter Meeting Place, Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. Phillip Jarrett, born Bef. 1740 in likely Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1798.
iv. David Jarrett, born 1740 in likely Oley Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died October 08, 1808 in Kanawha County, (West) Virginia; married (1) Jane Griffith Abt. 1760 in perhaps Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died 1770 in Kanawha County, (West) Virginia; married (2) Susannah Hicks April 24, 1785 in Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
v. Hannah Jarrett, born Abt. 1741 in likely Oley Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1800; married William Deweese; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vi. Eleanor Jarrett, born Unknown in Pennsylvania; died 1822 in Pennsylvania (buried in Catawissa Meeting Place Burial Ground, Columbia County, Pennsylvania); married William Collins; born Unknown; died 1797 in likely Pennsylvania.
vii. Elizabeth Jarrett, born Unknown in Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1791 in Virginia; married George Snuffer; born September 4, 1741 in Germany; died 1828 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
viii. Margaret Jarrett, born Bet. 1740 - 1750 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1790 in probably Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia; married William Griffith, Sr. Abt. 1765 in probably Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
612 ix. James Jarrett, Sr., born 1750 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died Bef July 1822 on Muddy Creek, Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia; married (1) Elizabeth Griffith Abt. 1769 in perhaps Berks County, Pennsylvania; married (2) Rosanna Vincent December 10, 1803 in likely Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia.
x. Jesse Jarrett, born Abt. 1755 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died 1830 in Wayne County, Indiana; married Sarah Cambel (Campbell?) January 14, 1779 in Greenbrier County (West) Virginia; born Abt. 1757 - 1760; died May 28, 1825 in Wayne County, Indiana.
xi. Ann Jarrett, born Abt. 1758 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1800; married Andrew Lykins 1763 in likely Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Abt. July 1737 in Pennsylvania; died 1780 in Botetourt County, Virginia.
xii. Owen Jarrett, Sr., born Bet. 1760 - 1761 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; died March 21, 1859 in Paint Creek, Kanawha County, (West) Virginia; married Mary Doran April 18, 1780 in Greenbrier County, (West) Virginia; born Abt. 1760; died Unknown.

 

1232. John Dodd, born Abt. 1728 in Virginia; died October 1813 in Nelson County, Virginia. He married 1233. Martha ? Abt. 1750 in Virginia.

1233. Martha ?, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of John Dodd and Martha ? are:

616 i. Josiah Dodd, Sr., born Abt. 1750 in Amherst County, Virginia; died Aft. December 15, 1809 in Knox County, Tennessee; married Mary Luttrell Abt. 1774 in Amherst County, Virginia.
ii. Sarrah Dodd, born Abt. 1752 in Orange County, Virginia; died Unknown.
iii. Joseph Dodd, born Abt. 1755 in Virginia; died Unknown.
iv. Phebe Dodd, born Abt. 1764 in Virginia; died October 28, 1855 in Estill County, Kentucky; married Elisha Witt, Sr. July 17, 1781 in Albemarle County, Virginia; born September 18, 1759 in Albemarle Couty, Virginia; died December 06, 1835 in Estill County, Kentucky.
v. Nancy Dodd, born Abt. 1766 in Virginia; died Unknown; married Richard Lee February 24, 1789 in Orange County, Virginia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vi. William Dodd, born Abt. 1769 in Orange County, Virginia; died July 07, 1858 in Nelson County, Virginia; married Susanna Lee December 31, 1792 in Orange County, Virginia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vii. Mary Dodd, born Unknown; died Unknown.
viii. Elizabeth Dodd, born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1234. Richard Luttrell, Sr., born 1735 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died November 11, 1790 in Amherst County, Virginia. He was the son of 2468. John Luttrell and 2469. Frances Patience Sanford. He married 1235. Sarah Churchwell 1754 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

1235. Sarah Churchwell, born 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died November 25, 1792 in Amherst County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 2470. James Churchwell.

Children of Richard Luttrell and Sarah Churchwell are:

i. James Churchwell Luttrell, Sr., born February 12, 1755 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died 1846 in Knox County, Tennessee; married (1) Elizabeth Betsey Witt 1776 in Knox County, Tennessee; born 1757 in Amherst County, Virginia; died 1849 in Knox County, Tennessee; married (2) Martha Armstrong October 27, 1807 in Knox county, Tennessee; born 1783; died Unknown.
617 ii. Mary Luttrell, born 1757 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died Aft. 1809 in Knox County, Tennessee; married Josiah Dodd, Sr. Abt. 1774 in Amherst County, Virginia.
iii. Hannah Luttrell, born 1759 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died Unknown; married John Maske Leake in Virginia; born 1758 in Albemarle Couty, Virginia; died August 24, 1840 in Rutherford County, Tennessee.
iv. Susannah Luttrell, born 1761 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died Unknown; married John Bell May 21, 1782; born Bet. 1744 - 1764; died Unknown.
v. Richard Luttrell, Jr., born 1763 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died September 03, 1840 in Botetourt County, Virginia; married (1) Francis Hambleton 1783; born Bet. 1744 - 1772 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died Bef. 1830 in Amhurst County, Virginia; married (2) Jane Welch Champe August 26, 1830; born Bet. 1786 - 1813 in Botetourt County, Virginia; died Bet. 1835 - 1881.
vi. William Luttrell, Sr., born 1765 in Amherst County, Virginia; died December 1813 in Knox County, Tennessee; married Elizabeth C. Witt June 30, 1787 in Amherst County, Virginia; born August 1770 in Amherst County, Virginia; died February 02, 1863 in Knox County, Tennessee.
vii. John Luttrell, Sr., born 1769 in Amherst County, Virginia; died August 29, 1846 in Knox County, Tennessee; married Annis Jackson August 12, 1789 in Amherst County, Virginia; born 1770 in Amherst County, Virginia; died November 11, 1858 in Knox County, Tennessee.

 

1236. James? Blakely, born Abt. 1720 in probably Ireland; died Unknown. He married 1237. Jennie? Tye?.

1237. Jennie? Tye?, born Unknown in probably England; died Unknown.

Children of James? Blakely and Jennie? Tye? are:

618 i. Charles Blackley, born Abt. 1736 in Ireland; died Aft. 1816 in Knox County, Tennessee; married Margaret Davis.
ii. James? Blakely, born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. William? Blakely, born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1256. Edward Kitten, Jr., born Abt. 1710-1720 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Aft. 1774 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He was the son of 2512. Edward Kitten, Sr. and 2513. Mary ?. He married 1257. Rachel Rowles Abt. 1740 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Notes for Edward Kitten II:
An April 1, 1743 petition to the "Judge of the Land Affairs of the Province of Maryland" from Edward's father requested a survey of the 129 acre Kittens Chance tract.  That petition clearly identified his father as Theophilus Kitten, and gave the petitioners name as Edward Kitten, Sr. implying the existence of Edward Kitten, Jr.
Many trees have Thomas Kitten/Caton, husband of Susanna Plummer, as the son of a Thomas Caton, Sr..  These trees show this Thomas Caton, Sr. as the son of Edward Kitten, Sr., and as the husband of Ann (maiden name unknown).  There is indeed a Thomas Caton with wife Ann in Anne Arundel County, Maryland in the same timeframe.  I am somewhat doubtful this person is of the Edward Kitten, Sr. and the Thomas Kitten/Caton (of Washington County, PA.) family.  First of all, the family name seemed to be Kitten rather consistently during the 1600s and into the late 1700s.  Thomas Caton with wife Ann had a daughter Elizabeth born August 28, 1745 in Anne Arundel County and christened in Westminster Parish (FHL film #0013279, Maryland Births and Christenings Index, 1662-1911).  And this child is given as a sibling to Thomas of Washington County, Pennsylvania is all these trees.  However, this Thomas Caton is likely the one who was also christened in Westminster Parish and was born February 17, 1711 to William and Elizabeth Caton (FHL film #0013279, Maryland Births and Christenings Index, 1662-1911).
The will for Sarah Rowles from Maryland Prerogative Court Liber 30, folio 294, MSA S538-44, pages 294-295, an abstract of which follows, helps to identify Edward Jr. as the father of Thomas Kitten/Caton of Washington County, Pennsylvania:
17 Sept. 1754
ROWLES, SARAH, Anne Arundel Co., widow.
To dau. Elizabeth Graham, 40 sh. if she survive me; if she does not, to her son Thomas Bell.
To dau. Sarah Smith, 10 sh. current and no more
To dau. Rachel Kitten, my best feather bed and the furniture (----) one pair blankets one pair of sheets bolster and pillows, negro fellow Jockey, his bed & chest & all belonging to him, & 1 pair spoon moulds.
To grdchild Sarah Kitten, negro girl Pamela and her increase.
To dau. Susana Stewart, my second best feather bed, one rug one quilt one pair sheets bolster and pillows, my clothes, my best side saddle, a wooden spinning wheel, a 5-gal. iron pot, & an iron pestle and no more.
To dau. Mary Cheney, negro girl Betty and her increase, her bed, chest, gray mare Bonny & her bell, a blue side saddle and bridle, household furniture, & the rest of my clothes equally divided between her & dau. Ruth Graham.
To grdchild Sarah Cheney, my third best feather bed and furniture, negro child Hannah, a bell-metal skillet, & an 8-gal. iron pot.
To dau. Ruth Grehams, a flock bed and furniture, a large chest with lock & key, 1/2 my clothes, & a 2-yr.-old heifer and no more.
To dau. Constant Yieldhall, 10 sh. and no more.
To son Thomas Rowles, 1 sh. and no more.
To son & extr., John Rowles, all my horses, cattle and hogs & a pr. of pocket stillards.
To grdson Thomas Kitten, a mare called Coone.
The residue is to be equally divided between son John Rowles & dau. Comfort Robinson.
Nominate and appoint son John Rowles executor.
Witn: John Dorsey, Robert Caples, J Walker.
13 Sept. 1756, sworn to by Caples & Walker.
Daughter Rachel is Rachel Rowles, wife of Edward Kitten, Jr.  Grandson Thomas is Thomas Kitten/Caton, husband of Susanna Plummer, who moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania.  Thus Thomas was the son of Edward Jr.  According to "The Prall Family - 1st Edition" by Richard Dwight Prall; self-published; Albuquerque, NM; 1990, page 376 Edward Jr. sold to Thomas in 1774 cattle, sheep, hogs, etc.  This would have been about the time Thomas and family would have been moving to Pennsylvania.  Perhaps this was a way of helping Thomas get a start in a new land.  The Theophilus Kitten who was found in Washington County at the same time as Thomas was a brother to Thomas.  Also, sibling Rachel Kitten migrated to Washington County, Pennsylvania.  No mention of grandchildren Theophilus or Rachel are made in Sarah's will.  It is possible they were not born yet when Sarah devised her will in 1754.  That is the case with Rachel for sure.  It could just be that Sarah did not include all grandchildren in her will, which is the most likely situation.

1257. Rachel Rowles, born Abt. 1710-1720 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 2514. Thomas Rowles and 2515. Sarah Fisher.
Notes for Rachel Rowles:
"Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759" by Robert W. Barnes; Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore; 1989, page 558 provides the basis for the familial relationships of Rachel wife of Edward Kitten, Jr.  Thomas Rowles was the son of Christopher and married Sarah Fisher, who died 1756.  Thomas died circa 1743 leaving a will written October 20, 1738 and entered into probate May 18, 1743 in which he named all children.  Among those listed was "RACHEL, m. Edward Kitten."

Children of Edward Kitten, Jr. and Rachel Rowles are:

i. Sarah Kitten, born Unknown in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Unknown
628 ii. Thomas Caton/Kitten/Kitton, born likely Between 1740-1750 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Abt. February 1795 in Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania; married Susanna Plummer Abt. 1772 in Maryland.
iii. Theophilus Caton/Kitten, born likely Between 1750-1755 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Between December 3, 1824 and March 10, 1825 in Bloom Township, Morgan County, Ohio; married Catherine ? likely Abt. 1775 in Maryland; born Between 1755-1760; died Aft. December 3, 1824.
Theophilus Kitten first appears when he inherited "Kittens Chance" when the will of his uncle Theophilus was probated April 1, 1788 ("The Prall Family - 1st Edition" by Richard Dwight Prall; self published; Albuquerque, NM; 1990, page 376).  Theophilus then sold this tract March 19, 1790 to James Reynolds and moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania to join his brother Thomas and sister Rachel.  He likely had moved the family to Pennsylvania before the sale of the property, and simply went back to consummate the property transaction.  Theophilus and family appear on page 192 of the 1790 Amwell Township, Washington County census with census date August 2, 1790 being enumerated as Theophilus Ritten.  This census shows 3 males under age 16, i.e. born after 1774, and 2 females in addition to Theophilus and Catherine.  His name transitions from Kitten to Caton in his appearance on the 1793 Amwell Township tax list ("Early Records of Washington County, Pennsylvania" by Raymond Martin Bell; self-published; Washington, PA; 1979).  The 1800 Amwell Township census, page 696, shows Theophilus' family with children enumerated as 1 male under 10 (1791-1800), 1 male 10 through 15 (1785-1790), 1 female under 10 (1791-1800), and 1 female 16 through 25 (1775-1784).  With the two new children born after the 1790 enumeration, this suggests 7 children - 4 sons and 3 daughters.  The 1800 census shows Theophilus as born before 1756 and Catherine as born between 1755 and 1775.
Theophilus does not appear in the 1810 census, because the federal census was lost for all Ohio counties except Washington.  According to "Ohio Marriages Recorded in County Courts Through 1820: An Index" by Jean Nathan; The Ohio Genealogical Society; Columbus; 1996, Rachel Caton married Abel Larison August 4, 1807, Greenberry Caton married Sarah Larison, and Theophilus Caton (Jr.) married Esther Etta Finley October 10, 1816, all in Muskingum County, Ohio.  Theophilus appears on the Muskingum County Tax List of Proprietors of 1816 as Theophilus Clayton.  Also listed are Abel, John, John and James Larison.  Theophilus Caton appears on the 1825 Tax List of Resident Proprietors for Morgan County, Ohio - it not being clear whether this is Sr. or Jr.  The Caton's were definitely in Muskingum County by 1807, and were likely located in the southern part of Muskingum where some territory was given in creating Morgan County in 1817.  This is supported by the 1820 census where some of the family is located in Blue Rock Township of Muskingum County, and on the county line, and others in Morgan and Olive Townships of Morgan County.
Blue Rock Township, page 126:
Thophlus Ceating (and Catherine) with 1 girl 10-15 and 1 girl 16-25.
Greenbury Ceating (and Sarah) with 4 boys and 2 girls under 10
Greenberry and Sarah are 26 thru 44, with another couple the same age in the household.  Who are they?
Abraham (Abel) Larrison (and Rachel) with 2 boys and 3 girls under 10, and 1 boy and 1 girl 10 thru 15
There is also a male over age 45, perhaps a parent?
Morgan Township, page 84:
James Larison (and Mary) with 1 boy and 2 girls under 10, 1 girl 10-15, 1 boy 16-18 and 1 girl 16-25
Olive Township, page 79:
Theophilus (and Esther) with 1 boy 10-15 and 2 girls under 10
It is likely that the Larisons and Catons migrated in roughly the same timeframe from Washington County, Pennsylvania to Muskingum County, Ohio, likely a very few years after the 1800 census shows the Catons still in Washington County.  "Early Ohio Settlers, Purchasers of Land in East and East Central Ohio, 1800-1840" by Ellen Thomas Berry and David A. Berry; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.; Baltimore; 1989, shows John Larison (thought to be the father of the Muskingum County Larisons) as a resident of Muskingum County making the following purchases at the Zanesville Land Office:
November 19, 1804    Range 12, Township 12, Section 17
November 19, 1804    Range 13, Township 11, Section 10
February 21, 1805      Range 12, Township 11, Section 05
November 10, 1805    Range 12, Township 12, Section 32
While several children intermarried in Muskingum County, it appears Mary Caton and James Larison married in Washington County.  Their oldest child, Catherine (see Larison guardianship paragraph below), appears in several censuses as being born circa 1801 in Pennsylvania.  Her tombstone in Church of Christ Cemetery, Deavertown, Morgan County, Ohio has the inscription "Wife of John Landerman, Died Sept. 27, 1875, Aged 74 Years."
On December 3, 1824 Theophilus Sr. wrote his will in Morgan County, Ohio which is registered in Will Book 0, page 14:
In the name of God Amen.  I Theophilus Caton Senior of Bloom Township Morgan County and State of Ohio being of sound judgment and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament revoking all others.  I give unto my son Greenberry Caton my home plantation containing one hundred acres lying in section thirty town twelve range twelve of lands sold at Zanesville for his own proper use forever reserving a living off the said farm for me and my wife during our natural lives and at period the said farm to belong to the said Greenberry Caton to him his heirs and assigns forever and all the rest of my personal property I give to my wife Catharine for her own proper use and disposal.  Witness my hand this third day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four.
his
  Theopilus   X   Caton
mark
Witnesses present
William Briggs
Wm. Montgomery
Codicil to the above will
My son Greenberry being absent if he never return to land to belong to my three children to my daughter Rachel Larrison I give the one half of said farm and the other half to be divided between my son Theopilus and my daughter Mary Larrison.
This will identifies Theophilus Sr.'s wife's name as Catherine.  It also suggests that Greenberry may have recently "disappeared".  Mary's marriage has not been found, but this identifies that Mary's spouse was also a Larison (James).  The land identified in his will was evidently purchased from another owner rather than through Federal Patent.  When searching the Bureau of Land Management web site for that land description the Federal Patent certificate was issued to Samuel W. Culbertson on August 8, 1818.  Interestingly "History of Morgan County, Ohio" by Charles Robertson; L. H. Watkins & Co.; Chicago; 1886, page 370 states, "Rufus P. Stone, who was quite a prominent man in the early years of the county, lived on the present John E. Thomas farm in 1818.  He came here from Washington County and resided here until his death.  On the river below Stone, lived Henry Snyder and Theophilus Caton."  On March 10, 1825 Theophilus Jr. and Abel Larison (son-in-law) are named administrators of Theophilus Sr.'s estate process.  This suggests Theophilus Sr.'s death in perhaps February 1825, but I have stayed with death between his will date and the appointment of his administrators.
On February 21, 1826 in Morgan County Common Pleas Court Abel Larison was appointed guardian to Mary and Greenberry Caton, minors under age 14.  In that same process Theophilus Caton (Jr.) was appointed guardian to John, Catherine, Andrew and Sarah Caton, minors.  On May 8, 1826 the Morgan County Common Pleas Court noted that Theophilus Caton, Jr., aged 14, December 25th last chooses Theophilus Caton as his guardian.  The suffix Jr. here is obviously used to denote younger vs. elder.  Theophilus Jr. in this instance is son of Greenberry choosing his uncle Theophilus Jr. as his guardian.  This suggests Greenberry and wife Sarah are both deceased.  It would appear from the above will and these appointments that Greenberry likely died circa 1824-1825.  Many of his children ended up migrating to McLean County, Illinois in the mid-1830s to mid-1840s.
In the 1830 Morgan County census Esther Caton is shown as head of household and on May 29, 1833 Esther Caton marries Levi Reeves in Morgan County, Ohio.  This follows an appointment July 23, 1829 of Samuel Henry as administrator and Abel Larison as one of the securities for the estate of Theophilus Caton, Jr.  There was no appointment of guardianship for his children because Esther was still alive.  Levi, Esther and family also moved to McLean County, Illinois.  Levi was a widower and much older than Esther and he died in Winnebago County, Illinois May 1, 1850.  Esther is found living with a couple of her widowed daughters in Illinois and Kansas after this.
In 2008 researcher Lisa Baker posted to the Larison RootsWeb message board regarding her research in Salt Lake City.  She found a Chancery Court record from Muskingum County dated July 1834 for a Hannah Larison, widow of James Larison, where she is petitioning for dower.  James Larison married Hannah Cassan October 27, 1832 in Muskingum County (Family Tree Maker Ohio County Marriages 1789-1850, CD #400).  The chancery record reports that James Larison died sometime in July 1833 leaving his widow and Catharine married to John Landeman (sic, Landerman), Polly married to Joseph Riddle, Martha married to Hiram Lucas, Abel, James, Washington and Clarissa Larison along with James H. Lear minor child of Betsey Lear, deceased.  Also reported is that said James Larison during coverture (married under common law) with Hannah seized land as an estate inheritance, 169 acres that was located beginning at the river bank at the corner of a tract of land formerly owned by Theophilus Caton now occupied by Robert Welch and running down the river bank with the road until an east and west line.  This was the husband of the Mary in Theophilus Sr.'s will and she likely died sometime between 1830 and his remarriage in 1832 as he is shown in the 1830 census with a woman old enough to be his spouse.  This record speaks of a common law marriage, and if it is correct that the common law marriage was with Hannah before the actual exchange of vows in 1832, then Mary could have died anytime after the date of the above will.  There is one daughter under age 5 in the 1830 census, so it is possible one girl is actually Hannah's child and not Mary's.  Some of these children also move to McLean County, Illinois.
I tend to lean toward the position that Mary died after the last child war born based on Muskingum County Guardian Book A, page 92, Case No. 1158 of July 13, 1833, "Able R. Larrison a minor aged 20 years and James M. Larrison, a minor aged 16 years appear in open Court and chooses Robert Henderson as their guardian whom the Court appoint as such to give bond in $300 each minor Nehemiah Dillon is accepted as security.  The Court also appoint Robert Henderson Guardian to George W. Larrison a minor aged 13 years & Clarissa I. Larrison a minor aged 7 years to give separate bonds in $300 each Nehemiah Dillon is accepted as security."  These are the unmarried children named in the chancery record above.  If Hannah were the true mother of Clarissa, I like to believe Hannah would have retained her rather than allowing her to be placed under the guardianship of the courts.
Abel and Rachel Caton Larison's family also moved to McLean County, Illinois.  She died there in 1855 and is buried in Longworth Cemetery in Stanford.
From the 1790 and 1800 censuses there is a son born between 1774 and 1790 unaccounted for.  He either stayed in the Washington County, Pennsylvania area or he died.  Either way, he has not been located and was not named in the will above.  Likewise, from the 1800 and 1820 censuses there was a girl born between 1795 and 1800 who was not listed in the will above.  She either died, or she was mentally incapable of inheriting.  There is one last child from the census entries who is unaccounted for.  The 1800 census showed a son born between 1790 and 1800, but he is not named in the will.  There was a Dorsey Caton who married a Jane Finley (sister of Esther Finley, wife of Theophilus Jr.) March 4, 1821 in Muskingum County.  They had a son John Caton, then Jane married Joel Hurley August 24, 1826 in Muskingum County.  It is possible this Dorsey was the son born in the 1790s, who then died before the above will was written.  I have found nothing yet that would prove this.
iv. Rachel Kitten, born Abt. 1756 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died August 8, 1854 in Fayette Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; married Francis Lesnett Abt. 1787-1788 near Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania; born November 13, 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland; died June 25, 1837 in South Fayette Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Rachel Kitten is identified as marrying Francis Lesnett in her filing for Revolutionary War pension widow benefits.  In pension application W8247 under the name Francis/Rachel Lesnitt, state of Pennsylvania, county of Allegheny, "... This declarant states that she is the widow of Francis Lesnett deceased who was a soldier in the war of the revolution and who drew a pension from the United State at the rate of twenty four dollars & sixty six cents per annum, and who died on the twenty (25) fifth day of June in the year eighteen hundred and thirty seven (1837) in the said township of South Fayette in said County & State -- This declarant further states that her maiden name was Rachael Kitten - that she was married to the said Francis Lesnett in the year seventeen hundred & eighty nine (1789) or in the year seventeen hundred & ninety (1790) in which of said years she is not now able to tell - that the marriage took place in the house of a Mr. Wolf near the town of Washington in the State of Pennsylvania and that the ceremony was performed by a Presbyterian Clergyman named John McMillan who is not now living ...".  Rachel is assumed part of the Edward and Rachel Kitten family because of her approximate age and her presence in Washington County, Pennsylvania at the same time as Thomas and Theophilus, the only Kittens in the area.
Another declarant supporting Rachel's claim adds a little more specificity to the marriage description.  Christianna Lesnett, wife of John Neal and sister to Francis, included the following in her statements supporting Rachel's claims, "Be it known that on the 29th day of December A.D. 1848 before the subscriber a Justice of the Peace in & for said County ... personally appeared Christianna Neal resident in said county aged seventy-seven years the 13th day of March last, and made oath in due form of law, that she was present at the marriage of her brother Francis Lesnett and Rachel Kitten and witnessed the performance of the marriage ceremony by the Rev. John McMillan, a Presbyterian minister resident in the said county of Washington.  That she has a distinct recollection of the ceremony having taken place at the house of a Mr. Wolf about five miles from the town of Washington, on the road leading from the said town of Washington to the town of Wheeling in the state of Virginia."  This places the marriage location as very near to the Thomas Kitten/Caton homestead on Ten Mile Creek.  She further states, "that the said marriage took place either in the month of December or January, & several years previous to the time of her own marriage."  That does not do much to define the date, but the following description she provides does help, "And deponent further states that immediately after the marriage of the said Francis & Rachel, they the said Francis & Rachel, lived on a farm in the vicinity of Wheeling for one year, & then removed to another farm in the same vicinity, on which they resided for the space of one year or more; after which they removed to the State of Pennsylvania, & resided for the space of one year more on a rented farm about Twelve miles north east of the town of Washington, & then they then settled on the farm which he the said Francis had purchased in the same neighborhood & deponent thinks they resided on this farm one year before she was married with the said John Neil."  The 1790 census shows Francis and wife at home in Washington County, Pennsylvania, page 205 and enumerated as Francis Lisnett.  Combining this with the information from Christianna's description above, it would seem that Francis and Rachel were perhaps married circa December 1787 or January 1788.
Francis' heritage is German with his parents coming to the Maryland colony from Germany in 1752.  Christian Lesnett was born in 1728 in Kassel, a town located on the Fulda River in northern Hesse, Germany.  Christian was single when he immigrated.  On the same ship was a young couple, the wife being pregnant.  The husband died enroute and the wife gave birth to a little girl aboard ship.  In 1757, Christian ended up marrying Christianna, the young widowed mother from the voyage over.  Christian, wife, and step-daughter moved to Frederick, Maryland where he labored as a cabinet maker.  After a major fire destroyed his wood shop the young family relocated to Hagerstown, Maryland.  It was during their stay in Frederick County that Francis was born.  In 1763 Christian joined a militia unit that was organizing to participate in a British action in the French and Indian War to regain control of Fort Pitt (current day Pittsburgh).  Because of his wood-working skills he was assigned to help repair and defend the wagons.  This action saw the militia unit move to Wills Creek, MD (now Cumberland) then to Raystown, PA (now Bedford), Brushy Run (about 25 miles from Pittsburgh) and finally Fort Pitt.  It was during this venture that Chritian determined to move to this virgin territory, and did so circa 1771.  Christian and sons Frederick and Francis served in the Washington County militia during the Revolutionary War, which is likely how the families became acquainted and Francis met Rachel.
I could not find Francis and Rachel in the 1800 census, nor could I find the families of Christian or Frederick.  In 1810 they are located in Fayette Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, page 275 as Francis Lisnit.  There the family shows a male age 16 through 25 and a female 10 through 15.  If the male is a son of Francis and Rachel, he was not in the 1790 census, making him born between 1790 and 1794.  In 1820 (page 66) and 1830 (page 296) censuses Francis and Rachel are alone in the household.  Francis writes his will January 13, 1836 (Allegheny County Will Book 4, pages 383-4) and dies June 25 the following year.  In the will Francis names his wife Rachel as the recipient of all his personal property and bequeths his land to the heirs of John Collins, and thus not mentioning any children directly.  In reviewing the will of John Collins (Allegheny County Will Book 4, pages 82-3), much language is included around a business relationship that seemed to exist with Francis and John, "...To my beloved wife Susanah Collins I bequeath my whole estate, real and personal during the term of her natural life if she continues my widow, except what may be hereafter mentioned. in consideration hereof she is to pay all my just debts, and she must pay the yearly rent that I am bound to pay to Francis Lesnitt and Rachel his wife during the term of their natural life, said rent is mentioned in two articles lodged with Henry Gibbon..." and also "...and it will be found by refering(sic) to the articles between Francis Lesnitt and myself lodged in the hands of Henry Gibbon that at the decease of Francis Lesnitt, his heirs, or executors is make myself or heirs a good title for the land which I now occupy this I wish my executors to attend to..."
In 1850 (South Fayette Township census, page 279) 94 year old widow Rachel is found living in the household with widow Susannah Collins.  The 1840 (Fayette Township census, page 194) for Susannah Collins contains a female in the 80-89 age group, which by inference is likely Rachel.  One might infer from this that Susannah is the child of Francis and Rachel.  In Rachel's will (Allegheny County Will Book 7, pages 601-2) she directs, "...I give and bequeath to Susanah Collins all my property real and personal moneys and everything to be hers forever and to be disposed of by her as she may see proper..."  Francis chose as his estate executors his two friends John McDowell and John Gilliffin.  Rachel chose as her executor Samuel Collins, John Collins' brother (as did John Collins in his will).  Not once is Susannah referred to as a daughter.  It appears Francis and Rachel were childless (or any children were dead by the time Francis died).  Susannah was Susannah Prall, daughter of Thomas Prall and Milcah Caton (daughter of Thomas Kitten/Caton and Susannah Plummer), and grand-niece of Rachel.  This is supported by the inscription on her tombstone in Bethany Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Bridgeville, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, which reads "Susannah Prall, wife of John Collins, Born September 3, 1796, Died June 25, 1870."

 

1258. Yate Plummer, Sr., born Abt. 1716 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died July 23, 1764 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He was the son of 2516. Thomas Plummer II and 2517. Elizabeth Yate. He married 1259. Priscilla Lamar 1738 in likely Prince George's County, Maryland.
Notes for Yate Plummer, Sr.:
Yate purchased 434 acre Howard's Patasco Range from John and Mary Howard on July 18. 1750 (Liber RB-3, folio 291).  Yate obtained a patent on 484 acre Plummer's Pleasure April 1762 (Chancery Paper 10406).
Printed in the August 2, 1764 issue of the Maryland Gazette, "On Mon. night the 23d ultimo, after a short illness, died at his home in Anne Arundel Co., in the 48th year of his age, Yate Plummer, leaving a widow and 9 children." ("Maryland Historical Magazine", 1923, Number 18, page 175).
Will of Yate Plummer
Written September 1, 1763
Probated August 31, 1764
Anne Arundel County, MD (Liber 32, folio 341)
To wife, Priscilla Plummer, Executrix, 200 acres of HOWARD'S PETAPSCO RANGE, my dwelling plantation and negroes Elijah and Ben
To sons John, William, and Yate, tract of HOWARD'S PETAPSCO RANGE after the death of my loving wife
To sons, Robert, Daniel, Thomas, and James, tract named PLUMMER'S PASTURE to be divided among them
Profits from iron ore on PLUMMER'S PASTURE to wife and children, John, William, Yate, Robert, Daniel, Thomas, James, Susannah, and Elizabeth Plummer
To daughters Susannah and Elizabeth the residue of personal estate
Witnesses: Gerrard Hopkins, Nehemiah Meller and William Rowles
James Plummer and Abra Plummer signed as next of kin
According to Maryland Archives Liber NH-8, Folio 517, on April 20, 1797, Priscilla sold to her sons Thomas and James her rights to Howard's Patasco Range, her household goods, furniture and plantation utensils for £100.  The Plummer land described in the will was located on what is today part of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.  According to the February 6, 2001 issue of The Balimore Sun and a story by Sun staff reporter Laura Cadiz,
"The study, commissioned by the NMA, found depressions in the terrain indicative of a cemetery that could be several hundred years old, BWI spokesman John White said yesterday.  Land records show that in 1862 [sic; 1762], Yate Plummer owned 484 acres, called Plummer Pasture, he said.  A family cemetery was also on the land, but its size and location are not clear, he said.
The site thought to be the Plummer Cemetery lies in a 78-acre area that will be used for a new rental-car facility, part of the airport's expansion."
On July 8, 2002 seventeen Plummer family members gathered in the Friendship Methodist Cemetery on airport property to participate in the movement of the Plummer Family Cemetery.  State archaeologists found a single bone in the old burial site, which was reburied in an infants casket.  A marker was placed which reads: "Plummer Family Cemetery Reinterred at this Site July 2002".
NSA document 3928690 of unknown date of origin, but prior to 1973, was approved for release by NSA on December 1, 2011 (Transparency Case #63852).  One paragraph of interest reads:
"Land grant records describe 'Capells' Fancy, a tract of 100 acres, 'beginning at Two bounded white oaks and two bounded red oaks standing by a branch called Kettens branch....'  This would be Kitten Branch, which rises in what is now Friendship Airport and flows northwest along the Westinghouse taxiway, under Fort Meade Road (Route 170) near the sequence flasher approach lane, and on into Stoney Run.  Kitten was the name of a family long since gone; but records show that a property called Kittens Chance 'on the north side of the main branch of Sotney run' was surveyed for Theophilus Kitten in 1708 and patented to Edward Kitten in 1743."
Friendship International Airport was dedicated on June 24, 1950, but in 1973 was renamed Baltimore-Washington International Airport.  With the Plummer and Kitten land tracts so close, it is little wonder that Thomas Kitten and Susanna Plummer found and married each other.

1259. Priscilla Lamar, born April 7, 1722 in Prince George's County, Maryland; died July 23, 1818 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. She was the daughter of 2518. John Lamar, Sr. and 2519. Susanna Tyler.
Notes for Priscilla Lamar:
Yate and Priscilla were active Quakers, he being received 26th day of the 8th month and she 23rd day of the 12th month 1757 at the West River Monthly Meeting.  Assuming the dates given are of the old style, as with most Quaker notations of the day, he was received November 26, 1757 and she was received March 23, 1758.  The Monthly Meeting at the Clifts in Calvert County was the initial Monthly Meeting of Western Maryland, encompassing an area as far as the northern part of Baltimore County, all of Anne Arundel and Calvert Counties, and parts of Charles and Prince George's Counties.  The Clifts Monthly Meeting began ca. 1677.  In 1750, Herring Creek became the meeting place of the Monthly Meetings with the title changed to Herring Creek Monthly Meeting.  By the late 1750s the monthly meeting consisted of five meetings: Herring Creek, the Clifts, West River, Indian Spring and Sandy Spring.  Beginning in 1772, the monthly meeting was rotated among the sites at West River, Herring Creek and Indian Spring; it was then called West River Monthly Meeting.  As the center of Quaker activity moved westward, the location of monthly meetings also shifted likewise.  Surnames appearing in the records of the Clifts Monthly Meeting and its successors include, among others, the Plummers. (Quaker Monthly Meeting information from "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulleting"; Winter 1995; Vol. 36 No. 1; Baltimore, MD; article Early Church Records of Maryland by F. Edward Wright).
According to the July 30, 1818 issue of "Federal Gazette" of Baltimore and as published in "The Thomas and Elizabeth (Smith) Plummer Family" by Agnes Millikin Winkelman and Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman; Self-published; Maryland; 2003, "Died on eve of 5th day (i.e. Thursday) 23rd instance at her death in Anne Arundel Co., MD Priscilla Plummer in 97th of her age.  Member of the Society of Friends.  Born in Prince George's Co., MD 7th of first month 1722 (old style), moved to Elk Ridge in 1750, married at 16 years of age, uni a widow 54 years.  Had nine children.  3 died.  Those living are John 78, William 76, Yate 74, Susanna 60, Thomas 58, and James 56.  Her father John Lamar died at 82.  Her mother at 80."

Children of Yate Plummer, Sr. and Priscilla Lamar are:

i. John Plummer, born Abt. 1740-1741 in Maryland; died Aft. April 8, 1828 in likely Maryland; married Nancy Ann Digges 1780 in Prince George's County, Maryland; born Unknown; died Bef. April 8, 1828 in likely Maryland.
From "Marriage Licenses Issued at Upper Marlborough, Prince George's County, Maryland, 1777-1800", page 110 a license was issued to John Plummer and Ann Digges on November 28, 1780.  According to "The Thomas and Elizabeth (Smith) Plummer Family" by Agnes Millikin Winkelman and Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman; Self-published; Maryland; 2003, Ann Plummer and brother Edward Digges, Jr. were named as the children in the will of Edward Digges, Sr. as contained in the Prince George's County, Maryland Register of Wills.  When Edward Jr. died, his intestate estate was filed April 8, 1828 in Montgomery County, Maryland.  He was evidently not married as his estate, which included 149 acres contained in James and Richard and part of Resurvey on Friends In Need, was ruled to be inherited by sister Ann's seven children and their father who was to hold a life estate (Ann was deceased by this time as was her son Lewis).  Children of John and Ann were Lewis, Mary, Eleanor, Ann, Notley, Amy, Brice and Harriet.
ii. William Plummer, born Abt. 1742-1743 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died January 1836 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; married Margaret Jones November 27, 1779 in Frederick County, Maryland; born Unknown; died before September 1834 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
William and Margaret obtained a license November 23, 1779 in Frederick County, Maryland and wed there November 27.  Nothing else is known about Margaret except that she was deceased before William wrote his will September 6, 1834.  William died in January 1836 based on his will and estate going to probate on January 16.
The first Item of William's will from Anne Arundel County Will Book 40, page 241, states, "I give and devise unto my daughter Elizabeth Lee all that tract of Land in Anne Arundle County on which I now dwell, and all my part, known by the name of Howards Patapsco Range, during her natural life, and at her death to be equally diveded among her children, share and share alike, to them their heirs & assigns."  Elizabeth Plummer and Stephen Lee, Sr. were married on October 13, 1808 in Anne Arundel County, Elizabeth being his second wife.  William next provides for the seven children of Elizabeth and Stephen as follows, "I give and devise unto my Seven grand children, namely, Margaret Johns Linthicum, Stephen Lewis Lea, Elizabeth Ann Lea, Loiser Makel Coles, Emeline Procilla Pindle, Thomas Daniel Lee, and Rachel Meria Lee, all that part of a tract of Land, which I own in Anne Arundle County, it being a part of a tract called the Addition to Weedy Glade, containing by plat and Survey one hundred and twenty four acres to be equally divided among them, share and share alike and to them their heirs and assigns."
Next item of the will ... "I give and devise unto Beale Gaither his heirs and assigns forever all the remainder tract of land, called the Addition to Weedy Glade (not heretofore will'd to my grand children) containing one hundred and twenty eight acres more or less and also one other piece or parcel of land in Anne Arundle County, it being my part of a tract of land called Plummers Pasture and containing eighteen acres and one seventh part of an acre to him, his heirs assignes forever - and likewise I further bequeath to Beale Gaither one negro man named Sippio Johns, and it is my wish that he should not be sold."  Additionally, "I give and bequeath unto Beale Gaithers three daughters, namely Sussanna Gaither, Elenor Gaither, and Massey Ann Gaither, all my right, title, interest and profits to my share which may arise from Iron ore, heretofore will'd by my father Yate Plummer on the lands called Plummers Pasture, to be by them equally divided, share and share alike."  It is not stated in William's will what his relationship to these heirs is like he did with daughter Elizabeth above.  Beale is a son-in-law as the following seems to identify.
In Archives of Maryland Online; Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland; Volume 200, volume 3, 1847-1853; pages 158-166 documents Beale Gaither vs. Susan Gaither and Ellen Gaither et al. [Trust-Fraud-Evidence].  On page 159 the proceedings show "William Plummer executed his will on the 6th of September, 1834, by which he devised two tracts of land to Beale Gaither, ' to him, his heirs and assigns for ever.'  The testator died in January, 1836.  Beale Gaither, on the 4th of October, 1840, executed a deed by which, in consideration of natural love and affection, he conveyed various tracts of land, including that devised to him by said will, to his three daughters, Susan, Ellen, and Mary Ann, and died intestate, in the year 1849."  As an aside, at the same time Beale, for the sume of $300, sold to the same "Susanna Gaither Ellenor Gaither and Massey Ann Gaither ... one negro man named Sippia Jones one Gray Gelding one Black or Brown mare three Cows and Calves two heifers two Carts two plows"  (Archives of Maryland Online; Anne Arundel County Court, Chattel Records, 1838-1845; Volume 817; page 102).  Back to the main court case, "On the 6th of June, 1850, the complainant (Thomas Gaither), the son of said Beale Gaither, filed the present bill, in which it is alleged and charged, that said Plummer was about to execute his will, whereby he was about, and told said Beale Gaither that he designed to devise to complainant and his brother William, the said land in fee, but that on said Plummer's so stating his purpose and design, said Beale Gaither, who was the reputed son of said Plummer, told him that complainant and said William were then young, and unable to take care of themselves and of their property, and that it would be better to devise the said property to him, the said Beale, and the said Beale promised and agreed with the said Plummer, that if he would devise said property to him, he would, when complainant and said William became old enough to take care of it, give it to them, or that he would give it to them at his death.  And that, upon the representation of the said Beale, and his said undertaking to hold the said property in trust for the benefit of complainant and said William, the said Plummer, relying upon the same, actually devised the said property to the said Beale, and to his heirs and assigns for ever.  That it was the purpose and design of said Plummer to devise said land to complainant and said William, and that he so told said Beale, and was prevented from making said devise by the persuasion and inducement of said Beale, who faithfully promised said Plummer that he would hold said property in trust for complainant and said William, and that but for such promise and undertaking of said Beale, the said devise would have been made by said Plummer to complainant and said William, and was in fact made to said Beale in trust for them."  The verdict was not announced until the December 1861 Court term and it was determined there was not fraud perpetrated and the 1840 deed was valid.
The final items in William's will are, "Item; I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Wade, one feather bed and furniture, and one Milch Cow of her own choice, five barrels of corn and three hundred pounds of Pork to be delivered her by my Executor herein after named (he named Beale Gaither as his Executor).  Item; I give and bequeath all the rest and residue of my personal Estate to Thomas Wade, and William Wade, in equal proportion's share and share alike, to be paid to them by my Executor hereinafter named, when they arive to the age of twenty one years or sooner if my Executor thinks them capable to make good use of the money."  It is not known what these relationships are, but assumed they are grandchildren.
iii. Yate Plummer, Jr., born 31st day, 3rd month, 1745 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died 25th day, 4th month, 1837 Frederick County, Maryland; married Artridge Waters 23rd day, 12th month, 1768 at Indian Springs Meeting House in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; born 1748; died 17th day, 10th month, 1823 in Frederick County, Maryland
The dates above are exactly as recorded by Yate Plummer, Jr. in his family bible which is now housed at the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore.  Yate and Artridge were Quakers and Quakers objected to using the common days names (Sunday through Saturday) and the names of the months January through August because they were derived from names of pagan gods.  Thus the use of numbers.  The complication in trying to write this in the common format is that the conversion from Julian to Gregorian format that occurred in 1752.  Prior to that the last day of a year was March 24, and the first day of a new year was March 25.  Thus the 1st month was considered to be March, 2nd April, ... , 10th month December, 11th month January, and 12th month February.  So is the 31st day, 3rd month, 1745 March 31 or May 31?  Since the family bible was printed in 1792 and Yate inscribed it as his bible 1797, one could assume he was using the new dating system, but it is not known what was going through his mind for certain.
Yate wrote his will the 11th day of the 6th month of 1826, and it was entered into probate on May 16, 1837 and is entered in Frederick Coiunty Will Book 2, 1834-1843, page 254.  He makes the following bequests:
--  "Item. I give and devise unto my son Richard Plummer my plantation whereon I now dwell known by the name of part of Jacobs Cowpen, part of William and John, part of the resurvey on Daniels Small tract, Plummers addition and (--?--), containing by patent about one hundred and Sixty acres of land more or less including the grist mill ..."
--  "Item. I give and bequeath unto my dauhter Priscilla Plummer six silver table spoons and also the sum of thirty eight dollars current money of the United States ..."
--  "Item. I give and bequeath unto my dauter Rachel Jackson the sum of fifty dollars current money of the United States ..."
--  "Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Samuel Plummer's six children the sum of thirty dollars current money of the United States to be equally divided among them share and share alike ..."
--  "Item. I give and bequeath all the rest and residue of my personally estate unto my three daughters namely Sarah Ward Priscilla Plummer and Rachel Jackson in equal portion shares and share alike ..."
Several of Yate's children migrated to Morgan County, Ohio where Theophilus Caton, Jr., above, also went.  Son Samuel died in Jefferson County, Ohio in 1813, but his widow Margaret died in Morgan County in 1838.  Daughter Rebecca, who was single, died in Morgan County in 1865.  Son Joshua, also single, died there in 1845.  Son Thomas died there in 1864 and his widow in 1887.  And Daughter Susanna died there in 1852.
iv. Robert Plummer, born Abt. 1747-1752 in likely Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Bef. February 1811 in Montgomery County, Maryland; married Elizabeth Waters; born Unknown; died Aft. February 1811.
Elizabeth is named (as Betsy) in her father Richard's will, written December 23, 1794 and entered into probate in Montgomery County, Maryland April 10, 1797 (Liber C, Folio 317), as receiving "twenty acres of land, being of the land called Water's Conclusion lying on the North Side and adjoining a tract of land called Gartell's Good Will..."  Richard named his son Nacy (Ignatius) as executor of his estate, and it was in that capacity that he sold Robert another 178 1/2 acres of Water's Conclusion April 17, 1802 for £714.
Prior to the above transactions Robert and wife Betsy, living in Frederick County, had sold his inheritance of Plummer's Pasture on February 5, 1787 for £200 to James Walker, with the reservation however that Robert and Betsy retained his rights to the iron ore on the property.  It was inevitable that the issue of iron ore rights and right to sell the property would come to a head as generations passed.  When Walker died in 1810 he willed this tract to his daughter Sidney, wife of Joshua Rowles.  When they both died intestate their 6 children filed suit seeking rights to the ore.  In the June 24, 1837 session of Chancery Court, case number 10406, Brice Plummer, James Plummer, Ann Plummer, Airy Plummer, William Plummer, Notly Plummer, William Cole, Mary Cole, Ellen Hatton, Yate Plummer, Robert Plummer, and Susan Kitten vs. William Rowles, James Rowles, Louisa Rowles, Charles Rowles, John Harman, Richardi Harman, Philip Harman, Catherine Harman, Mary Harman, Caroline Harman, John M. Harman, John Disney, Juliana Disney, Elizabeth Lee, Stephen Lee, Elizabeth Lee, Margaret Linthicum, Joseph Cole, Louisa Cole, Thomas Pindle, Emmeline Pindle, Thomas Lee, and Rachel Lee; AA; Petition to sell Plummers Pasture came to a head.  It took a while to determine who of the Yate Sr.'s children were still alive and it was finally determined that sons William and James are the only ones who potentially might have any claim.  The court decision was declared on July 31, 1837 as "the devisees of the land having held undisturbed possession of it for more than 20 years have the right to take iron ore, the Plummer heirs being barred by lapse of time."
It appears Robert died intestate as no will has been found.  However we know that Robert died prior to February 1811 by a final accounting of Robert's estate filed by Elizabeth as executratrix on February 14, 1811 (Montgomery County, Maryland Will Book, Inventories and Accounts, Vol. G, pages 275-276).
v. Daniel Plummer, born Abt. 1750-1753 in likely Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Bef. October 31, 1810 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Daniel never married, and as with Robert, he died intestate.  Anne Arundel Inventories 1808-1813, pages 361-364 states, "An Inventory of the Goods and Chattels and personal Estate of Daniel Plummer late of Anne Arundel County deceased as appraised by us in Dollars and Cents being first Lawfully Sworn for that purpose as Witness our hands and Seals the thirty first day of October 1810."  The inventory listing was a page and a half, totaling $332.97, and along with personal property contained oats (30 bushels), corn (20 bushels), wheat (8 bushels), and turnips (25 bushels) all in the field, 30 bushels of rye, 1 cow & calf, 1 red & white cow, 4 yearling, 1 red steer three years old, 1 heifer three years old, 1 heifer two years old, 5 sows, 3 large hogs, 5 small hogs, 1 mare & colt, 1 brown horse 13 years old, and 20 head of "poltery".  This represented a substantial estate.  Thomas Plummer and James Plummer signed as nearest kin and Priscilla Plummer came on November 30, 1810 as adminstratrix "and being one of the People Called Quakers did Solemnly Sincerely and truly Affirm and declare that the forgoing is a true and perfect Inventory ..."
According to "The Thomas and Elizabeth (Smith) Plummer Family" by Agnes Millikin Winkelman and Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman; self-published; 2003, page 241, the 1819 deed from sister Susanna to brother Yate, Jr. (see Susanna's narrative in generation 6) contains information that Daneil is buried in four square perches on Plummer's Pasture.  They speculate it may be that the single bone reburied on July 8, 2002 (see Yate, Sr. narrative above) in the Friendship Methodist Cemetery belonged to him.
629 vi. Susanna Plummer, born Abt. 1758 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died February 5, 1524 in Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania; married Thomas Caton/Kitten/Kitton Abt. 1772 in Maryland.
vii. Elizabeth Plummer, born Unknown in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Bef. August 31, 1774 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
"The Thomas and Elizabeth (Smith) Plummer Family" by Agnes Millikin Winkelman and Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman; self-published; 2003, page 242, reports that she was single and that August 31, 1774 was when her estate was distributed to her mother, brothers and sisters with Robert and Yate Plummer as the Surities by Administrator John Plummer in Anne Arundel County MD (Distributions, Liber 6, folio 347).
viii. Thomas Plummer, born Abt. 1759-1760 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Bef. December 15, 1818 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
There is no information that Thomas married, and it is fairly certain he had no children surviving him.  He wrote his will October 15, 1818 (with a codicil added October 17), and it was entered into probate on December 15, 1818 (Anne Arundel County Will Book 38, pages 235-237).  Of the heirs mentioned in his will there is no spouse or children.  "First. I give and bequeath unto my nieces Anne Plummer and Harriet Plummer, Daughters of my Brother John Plummer and Nancy his wife the sums of one hundred Dollars to be paid unto each of them by my Executor."  " Item. I give unto my Brother James Plummer all my Personal property of every description, plantation utensils, house hold and kitchen furniture, and all my wearing apparel, as also all the crops of the present year growing on the land as also the produce of the ensuing year ..."  " Item. I give and bequeath unto my Brother James Plummer the sum of Six hundred Dollars ..."  "I also give and bequeath unto my Brother James Plummer all my right and title to a lott of land lying and being in Allegany County State of Maryland known by the No. 1175.  I also give and bequeath unto my Brother James Plummer all my right and claims to Iron Ore or any other ones in the Tract of Land called Plummers Pasture ..."
What was perhaps surprising was the amount of bequest bestowed on Stephen Lee Sr., the son-in-law of brother William Plummer.  "Item. I devise unto Stephen Lee Senr all my part of a Tract of Land whereon I reside called Plummers Pasture containing one hundred and twenty seven acres.  Also the vancancy called Plummers first addition containing five acres, as also seven and a quarter acres of Land called Plummers Second Addition, also a tract of Land called Nancys Lott containing twenty five acres, also all my right and title to a tract of Land called Weedy Glade containing forty acres of Land."  The codicil was added two days later not to change any of the bequests, but to definitively affirm his intent as laid out in his will (evidently he was aware of the questions that might arise, and was concerned there might be an attempt to overturn the will).  Stephen was also named by Thomas as the Executor.  This must have been uncomfortable for Stephen and he asked the court August 14, 1821 to be released from duty saying it was not convenient to serve.
ix. James Plummer, born Abt. 1762 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died Abt. April 1838 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; married Mary G. Hopkins Abt. March 10, 1834 in Baltimore County, Maryland; born Unknown; died after May 29, 1838.
James married Mary G. Hopkins on or after March 10, 1834 when a license was issued in Baltimore County, Maryland.  James wrote his will January 3, 1838 and it was entered into probate May 1, 1838 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  He left everything to his wife, Mary G. Plummer, including "all my right, title, interest, claim and demand to a certain lot of Land lying and being in Anne Arundel County, Situate on a branch of Piney Run near Elk Ridge Landing, containing about twelve acres of Land, upon which there is a bank of Iron Ore" (Anne Arundel County Will Book 40, page 347).

 

1264. George Funk, born Abt. 1714 in Palatinate or Pfalz, Upper Rhine Valley, Germany; died Bef. 1771 in Pennsylvania.

Children of George Funk are:

632 i. Peter Funk, born Abt. 1745 in Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married (1) Catherine Frankhauser November 09, 1771 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married (2) Mary Rinehart March 06, 1802 in Frederick County, Virginia.
ii. Michael Funk, born Abt. 1748 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1801; married Magdelena ? Abt. 1770 in Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
iii. John Funk, born Abt. 1750 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1812 in Preston County, Virginia; married (1) Elizabeth ? Abt. 1775 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born Abt. 1755; died Abt. 1792 in Frederick County, Virginia; married (2) Jemima Britain July 22, 1793 in Frederick County, Virginia; born Abt. 1774 in Virginia; died Aft. 1850 in Preston County, Virginia.
iv. George Funk, born Abt. 1751 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1828 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married Jacobina Mueller March 04, 1782 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
v. Christine Funk, born Abt. 1756 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1819; married (1) Peter Dell May 18, 1781; born Unknown in of Reading, Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married (2) Melchoir Segner July 02, 1782 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vi. Jacob Funk, born Abt. 1758 in Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1801 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; married Elizabeth Moser June 29, 1781 in Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.
vii. Philip Funk, born Abt. 1761 in Pennsylvania; died 1819 in Shenandoah County, Virginia; married Christina Scheffer October 03, 1780 in Robeson, Berks County, Pennsylvania; born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1266. Michael Frankhauser, Sr., born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of Michael Frankhauser, Sr. are:

633 i. Catherine Frankhauser, born Abt. 1752; died Bef. 1802; married Peter Funk November 09, 1771 in Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
ii. Michael Frankhauser, Jr., born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

1268. Peter Schlosser, Sr., born January 20, 1708/09 in Hilsbach, Germany; died January 08, 1790 in Sharpsburg, Maryland. He was the son of 2536. Johann Joost Schlosser and 2537. Margaretha Frey. He married 1269. Maria Margaretha Waschenbach Abt. 1735 in Pennsylvania.

1269. Maria Margaretha Waschenbach, born Abt. 1713 in Eichen, Germany; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 2538. Rorich Waschenbach and 2539. Anna Maria Achenbach.

Children of Peter Schlosser and Maria Waschenbach are:

i. Peter Schlosser, Jr., born Bet. 1730 - 1756; died Unknown.
634 ii. John Frederick Slusher, born Bef. August 24, 1737 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (baptism date); died October 1802 in Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania; married Anna Engley Huntsiker Bet. 1760 - 1761.
iii. Anna Barbara Slusher, born 1739 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown.
iv. Anna Christina Schlosser, born April 12, 1742 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown.
v. Maria Barbara Schlosser, born January 14, 1744/45 in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown; married Dewald Girst; born Bet. 1728 - 1748; died Unknown.
vi. George Ernst Schlosser, born August 08, 1746 in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; died Bet. 1820 - 1836 in Rockingham County, Virginia; married Barbara Hansen November 22, 1774; born December 10, 1754; died Unknown.
vii. Catharine Margaretha Schlosser, born January 10, 1747/48 in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; died Unknown.
viii. John Heinrich Schlosser, born August 02, 1751; died Unknown.
ix. Johannes Schlosser, born September 10, 1754; died Unknown.
x. Christopher Schlosser, born October 15, 1757; died Unknown.

 

1312. Lars Martinsson, born 1663 in Sweden; died Abt. 1751 in Dalkarlssjön Rote, Nordmark Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden. He married 1313. Annika Jonsdotter.

1313. Annika Jonsdotter, born 1680 in Sweden; died 1767 in Dalkarlssjön Rote, Nordmark Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden.

Child of Lars Martinsson and Annika Jonsdotter is:

656 i. Mathes Larsson, born November 25, 1718 in Dalkarlssjön Rote, Nordmark Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died Unknown; married Katarina Jonsdotter Abt. 1750 in Sweden.

 

1316. Sven Persson, born 1687 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died March 20, 1771 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2632. Per Torstensson and 2633. Siri ?. He married 1317. Brita Persdotter.

1317. Brita Persdotter, born 1690 in Sweden; died June 21, 1765 in Sweden. She was the daughter of 2634. Peder Eriksson and 2635. Barbro ?.

Child of Sven Persson and Brita Persdotter is:

658 i. Per Svensson, born 1716 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died October 31, 1768 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; married (1) ? Valborg Abt. 1740 in Sweden; married (2) Annika Larsdotter Bef. 1753 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden.

 

1318. Lars Persson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden. He married 1319. Maria Jonsdotter.

1319. Maria Jonsdotter, born 1680 in Sweden; died Unknown.

Children of Lars Persson and Maria Jonsdotter are:

i. Jon Larsson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown.
ii. Erik Larsson, born 1720 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
659 iii. Annika Larsdotter, born 1727 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died March 03, 1797 in Dalkarlssjön Rote, Nordmark Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; married (1) Per Svensson Bef. 1753 in Hårrsjön Rote, Färnebo Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; married (2) Olof Persson 1769 in Sweden.
iv. Per Larsson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1326. Daniel Andersson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden. He married 1327. Maria Jönsdotter.

1327. Maria Jönsdotter, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden.

Child of Daniel Andersson and Maria Jönsdotter is:

663 i. Ingrid Danielsdotter, born 1714 in Filipstad Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; died 1778 in Filipstad Parish, Värmlands Län, Sweden; married Lars Svensson.

 

1328. Anders Olsson, born 1666 in Ö Bor Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died August 16, 1734 in Ramshyttan Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2656. Olof Persson and 2657. Helena Jonsdotter. He married 1329. Brita Andersdotter.

1329. Brita Andersdotter, born 1669 in Sweden; died Unknown.

Children of Anders Olsson and Brita Andersdotter are:

664 i. Olof Andersson, born 1709 in Ramshyttan Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Abt. 1773 in Djupdal Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married (1) Anna Johansdotter Bef. 1734; married (2) Kristina Larsdotter September 08, 1745 in Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.
ii. Anders Andersson, born 1713 in Sweden; died Unknown.
iii. Helena Andersdotter, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1330. Lars Johansson, born July 28, 1699 in Sweden; died September 09, 1739 in Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2660. Johan Andersson and 2661. Kerstin Eriksdotter. He married 1331. Margareta Larsdotter May 07, 1721 in Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

1331. Margareta Larsdotter, born 1684 in Sweden; died Unknown.

Children of Lars Johansson and Margareta Larsdotter are:

i. Anders Larsson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown.
ii. Erik Larsson, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown.
665 iii. Kristina Larsdotter, born December 30, 1727 in Djupdal Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died January 25, 1800 in Djupdal Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married (1) Olof Andersson September 08, 1745 in Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married (2) Eric Ersson April 06, 1777 in Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.

 

1332. Lars Eriksson, born March 1693/94 in Allmänningbo Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died May 18, 1732 in Allmänningbo Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2664. Erik Ivarsson and 2665. Ingeborg Larsdotter. He married 1333. Anna Persdotter Bef. 1724 in Sweden.

1333. Anna Persdotter, born 1703 in Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden.

Children of Lars Eriksson and Anna Persdotter are:

666 i. Erik Larsson, born July 31, 1724 in Allmänningbo Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden; married Anna Didriksdotter.
ii. Anna Larsdotter, born 1728 in Allmänningbo Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
iii. Kerstin Larsdotter, born 1729 in Allmänningbo Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1334. Didrik Ambrusson, born 1711 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died 1754 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2668. Ambrus Didriksson and 2669. Brita Persdotter. He married 1335. Karin Jansdotter 1728 in Sweden.

1335. Karin Jansdotter, born Unknown in Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden.

Children of Didrik Ambrusson and Karin Jansdotter are:

667 i. Anna Didriksdotter, born Abt. 1734 in Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died April 14, 1798 in Sjötorp Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married Erik Larsson.
ii. Johan Didriksson, born October 10, 1729 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
iii. Ambrus Didriksson, born October 16, 1730 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Bef. 1732 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.
iv. Ambrus Didriksson, born February 17, 1731/32 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
v. Ingeborg Didriksdotter, born February 28, 1735/36 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
vi. Carin Didriksdotter, born May 02, 1737 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
vii. Maria Didriksdotter, born March 15, 1738/39 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Bef. 1746 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden.
viii. Chierstin Didriksdotter, born May 11, 1740 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
ix. Didrik Didriksson, born April 27, 1742 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
x. Brita Didriksdotter, born November 24, 1743 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
xi. Maria Didriksdotter, born September 21, 1746 in Jönshyttan Gård, Lindesberg Rote, Ramsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1336. Mats Matsson, born 1732 in Ibbarbo Rote, Norrbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown in Sweden. He was the son of 2672. Mats Zachrisson and 2673. Kerstin Johansdotter. He married 1337. Lisa Olofsdotter in Norberg Parish, Västmanlands Län, Sweden.

1337. Lisa Olofsdotter, born December 11, 1722 in Kittslingberg Rote, Norrbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 2674. Olof Hindersson and 2675. Anna Hansdotter.

Child of Mats Matsson and Lisa Olofsdotter is:

668 i. Mats Matsson, born 1753 in Kittslingberg Rote, Norrbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died September 04, 1821 in Norro Bredsjö Rote, Ljusnarsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married Anna Andersdotter.

 

1338. Anders Jansson, born July 10, 1722 in Nyfors Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died April 16, 1788 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2676. Johan Andersson and 2677. Lisbet Johansdotter. He married 1339. Anna Mikaelsdotter 1745 in Sweden.

1339. Anna Mikaelsdotter, born 1721 in Sweden; died November 19, 1790 in Sweden. She was the daughter of 2678. Mikael Stephansson and 2679. Maria Eriksdotter.

Children of Anders Jansson and Anna Mikaelsdotter are:

669 i. Anna Andersdotter, born 1749 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died February 26, 1827 in Norro Bredsjö Rote, Ljusnarsberg Parish, Örebro Län, Sweden; married Mats Matsson.
ii. Jan Andersson, born December 30, 1750 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
671 iii. Maria Andersdotter, born September 25, 1752 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died January 27, 1826 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; married Abraham Abrahamsson October 07, 1780 in Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden.
iv. Anders Andersson, born 1754 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
v. Kristina Andersdotter, born 1758 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
vi. Katarina Andersdotter, born 1760 in Tolsboberget Rote, Söderbärke Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1340. Abraham Abrahamsson, born December 27, 1716 in Flatnan Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died March 19, 1792 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden. He was the son of 2680. Abraham Markusson and 2681. Kerstin Larsdotter. He married 1341. Ingeborg Jansdotter 1743 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden.

1341. Ingeborg Jansdotter, born 1717 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died February 11, 1795 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden. She was the daughter of 2682. Johan Olsson and 2683. Karin Matsdotter.

Children of Abraham Abrahamsson and Ingeborg Jansdotter are:

i. Karin Abrahamsdotter, born 1743 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
ii. Johan Abrahamsson, born 1745 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
iii. Kerstin Abrahamsdotter, born April 01, 1748 in Hagetorp Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
iv. Maria Abrahamsson, born 1750 in Hagetorp Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.
670 v. Abraham Abrahamsson, born July 13, 1757 in Hagetorp Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died December 31, 1836 in St. Djurlången Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; married Maria Andersdotter October 07, 1780 in Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden.
vi. Jan Abrahamsson, born November 17, 1760 in Hagetorp Rote, Malingsbo Parish, Kopparbergs Län, Sweden; died Unknown.

 

1408. Johannes Zimmermann, born Unknown; died Unknown. He was the son of Johannes Zimmermann and Unknown. He married 1409. Anna Clara Frustert April 19, 1712 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1409. Anna Clara Frustert, born Unknown; died Unknown. She was the daughter of Johannes Georg Frustert and Unknown.

Children of Johannes Zimmermann and Anna Clara Frustert are:

i. Paulius Hermannus Zimmermann, born Before June 11, 1714 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown
ii. Mary Magdalena Zimmermann, born Before August 28, 1715 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
704 iii. Rudolph Zimmermann, born Before March 6, 1716/17 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died February 27, 1780 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married Maria Theresia Gantner July 9, 1753 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before July 20, 1732 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iv. Joannes Zimmermann, born Before October 16, 1719 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
v. Georg Wilhelm Zimmermann, born Before June 4, 1722 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Catherine Rothmueller August 18, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
vi. Joannes Martinus Zimmermann, born Before April 29, 1725 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Catharina Wacker February 6, 1746/47 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
vii. Maria Elizabeth Zimmermann, born October 15, 1729 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died June 22, 1816 in Massenbachhausen, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Confederation; married Johannes Paulus Gantner August 18, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

 

1410. Martin Gantner, born Unknown; died Unknown. He was the son of Simon Gantner and Unknown. He married 1411. Luisa Dorathea Matthes January 24, 1717/18 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1411. Luisa Dorathea Matthes, born Unknown; died December 28, 1754 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. She was the daughter of Joannis Matthes and Maria Johanna ?.

Children of Martin Gantner and Luisa Dorathea Matthes are:

i. Johannis Ignalius Gantner, born Before February 3, 1718/19 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Maria Francisca Heill September 7, 1745 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
ii. Unknown Gantner, born Before December 29, 1720 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iii. Anselm Georg Gantner, born Before April 20, 1723 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Theresia Zimmermann November 6, 1757 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
iv. Joannes Casper Gantner, born Before February 19, 1724/25 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
v. Joannes Jacobus Gantner, born Before July 23, 1727 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
vi. Anna Maria Gantner, born Before January 26, 1729/30 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Jakob Baumgartner.
705 vii. Maria Theresia Gantner, born Before July 20, 1732 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Rudolph Zimmermann July 9, 1753 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before March 6, 1716/17 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died February 27, 1780 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
viii. Anna Maria Gantner, born Before November 24, 1734 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.

 

1412. Carl Weber, born About 1683-1684; died March 28, 1764 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. He was the son of Michael Weber and Unknown. He married (1) 1413. Barbara Nothofft September 12, 1720 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (2) Barbara Nagel June 4, 1752 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1413. Barbara Nothofft, born About 1698; died October 24, 1748 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

Children of Carl Weber and Barbara Nothofft are:

i. Joannes Michael Weber, born Before April 9, 1727 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
706 ii. Dominicus Weber, born Before July 3, 1730 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died February 19, 1784 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married Maria Elisabetha Bühl May 1, 1758 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before June 21, 1735 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died January 17, 1811 in Massenbachhausen, Oberamt Brackenheim, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Confederation.

 

1414. Johannes Georg Bühl, born Unknown; died Unknown. He was the son of 2828. Andrea Bühl and 2829. Catharina Gloin. He married 1459. Maria Magdalena Goritz June 7, 1732 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1415. Maria Magdalena Goritz, born Before July 13, 1702 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 2830. Conrad Goritz and 2831. Anna Barbara ?.

Child of Johannes Georg Bühl and Maria Magdalena Goritz is:

707 i. Maria Elisabetha Bühl, born Before June 21, 1735 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died January 17, 1811 in Massenbachhausen, Oberamt Brackenheim, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Confederation; married Dominicus Weber May 1, 1758 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before July 3, 1730 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died February 19, 1784 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

 

1416. Jois Martin Leisle, born About 1706; died April 21, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. He was the son of 2832. Simon Leisle and 2833. Anna Maria ?. He married (1) 1417. Maria Barbara Dax June 4, 1725 in Kirchhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (2) Maria Eva Goritz July 13, 1735 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1417. Maria Barbara Dax, born About 1700; died May 26, 1734 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. She was the duaghter of 2834. Joannes Georgius Dax and 2835. Anna Christina Chawins.

Children of Jois Martin Leisle and Maria Barbara Dax are:

708 i. Johannes Henricus Leisle, born Before February 1, 1728/29 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died April 25, 1793 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (1) Maria Magdalena Dehl July 4, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before November 2, 1730 Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died May 23, 1772 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (2) Clara Auer July 13, 1772 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (3) Agatha Gottler July 20, 1775 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
ii. Maria Barbara Leisle, born Before June 20, 1732 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.

 

1418. Friedrich Dehl, born Before October 3, 1693 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown. He was the son of 2836. Melchior Dehl and 2837. Maria Magdalena Essig. He married 1419. Anna Maria Rassert November 16, 1716 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1419. Anna Maria Rassert, born Before August 24, 1692 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 2838. Johann Michael Rassert and 2839. Margaretha Mauser.

Children of Friedrich Dehl and Anna Maria Rassert are:

i. Maria Ursula Dehl, born Before January 12, 1717/18 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
ii. Eva Rosina Dehl, born Before March 14, 1719/20 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iii. Adam Dehl, born Before November 24, 1724 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iv. Adolph Dehl, born Unknown; died Unknown; married Regina Merold February 5, 1752 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
v. Franz Dehl, born October 3, 1728 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Before October 28, 1728 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
vi. Andrea Dehl, born October 3, 1728 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
709 vii. Maria Magdalena Dehl, born Before November 2, 1730 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died May 23, 1772 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (1) Johannes Sonntag February 5, 1753 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (2) Johannes Henricus Leisle July 4, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before February 1, 1728/1729 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died April 25, 1793 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
viii. Thersia Dehl, born Unknown; died Unknown; married Michael Schilp October 1, 1753 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.
ix. Maria Eva Dehl, born Before June 14, 1734 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
x. Joannes Georguis Dehl, born Before September 28, 1736 in Sontheim, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.

 

1420. Wilhelm Farni, born About 1672; died January 20, 1753 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. He was the son of Jois Farni and Anna Maria ?. He married 1421. Maria Margaretha ? July 20, 1706 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1421. Maria Margaretha ?, born About 1686; died November 14, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

Children of Wilhelm Farni and Maria Margaretha ? are:

i. Maria Catharina Farni, born Before December 21, 1706 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
ii. Andreas Farni, born Before April 25, 1712 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iii. Maria Dorethea Farni, born Before December 17, 1715 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iv. Johannes Asmus Farni, born Before August 28, 1718 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
710 v. Johannes Matthaus Farni, born Before September 22, 1721 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married (1) Maria Martha Seiffert September 14, 1745 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Unknown; died August 21, 1755 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; married (2) Margaretha Elisabetha Fischer February 23, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born 1733 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
vi. Maria Christina Dorothea Farni, born Before July 25, 1723 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
vii. Anna Margaretha Farni, born Before May 11, 1725 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
viii. Andreas Ludwig Farni, born Before October 12, 1726 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.

 

1422. Joannes Peter Fischer, born Before December 9, 1710 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died May 16, 1760 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire. He was the son of Joes Michael Fischer and Susanna ?. He married 1423. Christine ? March 16, 1732/33 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire.

1423. Christine ?, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Children of Joannes Peter Fischer and Christine ? are:

711 i. Margaretha Elisabetha Fischer, born 1733 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown; married Johannes Matthaus Farni February 23, 1756 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; born Before September 22, 1721 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
ii. Anna Maria Fischer, born Before March 5, 1733/34 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iii. Maria Magdalena Fischer, born Before October 28, 1735 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
iv. Anna Maria Fischer, born Before March 27, 1738 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
v. Maria Catharina Fischer, born Before 7/5/1742 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
vi. Juliana Fischer, born Before January 11, 1744/45 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
vii. Maria Magdalena Fischer, born Before September 4, 1747 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
viii. Helene Fischer, born Before October 8, 1749 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.
ix. Anna Maria Fischer, born Before September 4, 1754 in Massenbachhausen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire; died Unknown.

 

1458. Philipp Umhau, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married 1459. Maria ?.

1459. Maria ?, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of Philipp Umhau and Maria ? is:

729 i. Anna Maria Kunigunde Umhau, born November 25, 1734 in Helmhof, Margraviate of Baden, Holy Roman Empire; died December 12, 1809 in Helmhof, Grand Duchy of Baden, Confederation of the Rhine; married David Simon Johann Hochwarth 1763 in Neckarbischofsheim parish, Helmhof, Margraviate of Baden, Holy Roman Empire.

 

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