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Mathias BUSH

25 Mar 1769 - ____

ID Number: I104008

  • RESIDENCE: Winchester, Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 25 Mar 1769
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2095]
Father: Philip BUSH "the immigrant"
Mother: Catherine CLOUGH


Notes


VII. Mathias Bush((2)), b. March 25, 1769. Married Sally Meaux.

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|--Mathias BUSH 
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Ann COTTRELL

ABT 1692 - ____

ID Number: I72134

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1692, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2753]

Family 1 : John PHILPOTT
  1.  Charity PHILPOTT

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Henry E. FOOTMAN

ABT 1840 - ____

ID Number: I33438

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Co C 25th SC Reg
  • RESIDENCE: SC & Rio Vista , CA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1840, SC
  • DEATH: California
  • BURIAL: Mountain View Cemetery, Berkley, CA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1246] [S1326]
Father: William C. FOOTMAN


Family 1 : Jannette McCutchen BARR
  1.  Jeanette Dozier FOOTMAN
  2.  Henry Edward FOOTMAN

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|--Henry E. FOOTMAN 
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Lela Maggie Papania GRAHAM

10 Sep 1909 - ____

ID Number: I3369

  • BIRTH: 10 Sep 1909
  • RESOURCES: See: [S153]
Father: George Wesley GRAHAM
Mother: Maggie BONNER



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 _George Wesley GRAHAM _|
| (1877 - 1958)         |
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|--Lela Maggie Papania GRAHAM 
|  (1909 - ....)
|                                                   _Seaborn BONNER Sr.__+
|                                                  | (1800 - 1874) m 1837
|                        _Thomas B. BONNER ________|
|                       | (1853 - 1919)            |
|                       |                          |_Mary MARTIN ________
|                       |                            (1814 - 1873) m 1837
|_Maggie BONNER ________|
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                        |_Margaret Elizabeth HILL _|
                          (1849 - 1923)            |
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Capt. John HANCOCK

4 Mar 1753 - 1827

ID Number: I24155

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: VA and Woodford, Fayette Cos. KY and Butler Co.OH
  • BIRTH: 4 Mar 1753, Louisa Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1827, Hanover Twp, Butler Co.Ohio [S2583]
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio ID 69830 [S736] [S2583] [S2666]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) HANCOCK


Family 1 : Nancy Ann GRAVES
  1. +Bartlett HANCOCK
  2.  Thomas Graves HANCOCK
  3.   HANCOCK
  4. +Susanna HANCOCK

Notes


"Possibly but unproved that he was a son Benjamin HANCOCK 1735 - 1805. John moved to Woodford Co., Ky; then moved to Ohio. He is referred to in Ky Biography of G. W. Hancock.
"John HANCOCK b 04 Mar 1753 is said to have been born in Henrico Co., VA according to a D.A.R. report, but this is unsubstantiated at this time. It is the belief of this collector that this is not true. It appears he had roots in Hanover Co., VA, where possibly he was born. [No researcher to date has been able to pinpoint him in Henrico Co., VA, and he does not appear in any family genealogies with roots in Henrico Co., VA. He is said to have served in the militia of Louisa Co., VA during the Revolutionary War, and this is validated in various records. It is said by a D.A.R. record that he received a land grant for his service which supposedly is at the VA State Archives, but this is not validated. In a D.A.R. record it is said that John & Nancy were married 07 May 1774 in Louisa Co., VA, but a marriage record has not been found in Louisa Co., VA to validate this. Nancy was dau/o Thomas GRAVES & Isabella Susannah BARTLETT who are believed to have lived in Spotsylvania Co., VA, so they may have been married in Spotsylvania Co., VA, but no record has been found there either. With the following deed entry in Louisa Co., VA, we can probably pinpoint the time when John & Nancy Ann left Louisa Co., VA for KY.


"John Hancock and Anne, his wife of Louisa County, to Aaron Fontaine of said county, 60:100 acres , purchased of Anthony GOLDEN and 100 acres purchased of Clifton ALLEN, June 11, 1787." (Source: Deed Book F. 10, Louisa Co., VA, Vol. 1, p. 475) They thus appear to have left Louisa Co., VA ca 1787 and are soon found in records of Woodford Co.,KY; Fayette Co., KY; & Franklin Co., KY.


They finally emigrated to Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH. According to estate papers, John is said to have died 20 Oct 1827 in Hanover Twp., Butler Co., OH at the home of his daughter, Nancy (HANCOCK) JONES. Nancy survived her husband and died in Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH."
Children:
2 Thomas (aka Graves) HANCOCK b: 1776 d: 1848 + Elizabeth COX b: 1785 d: 1825 + Eleanor COOK b: 1789 d: 1858 + Jemima HAYDON d: BEF. 1810
2 Susannah HANCOCK b: 7 AUG 1779 d: 16 JUL 1849 + Henry C. CRUTCHER III
2 Bartlett "Harry" HANCOCK b: ABT. 1784 d: 13 MAY 1859 + Sophia DIXON
2 John Adams HANCOCK b: 1786 d: 1850 + Lucy SMITH b: 1788 d: 1870
2 Joel HANCOCK b: 1788 d: 1863
2 Nancy Ann HANCOCK b: 1790 d: 1850 + Jonas JONES
2 Graves HANCOCK b: 1790 + Elizabeth COX
2 Isabella HANCOCK b: 1793 d: 1823 + Henry CLEM b: 1788 d: 1855
2 James Bartlett HANCOCK b: 1795 + Lucinda SHEELEY
2 Henry Graves HANCOCK b: 1797 d: 1876


"his siblings could have been William, Joseph, & Austin and probably others. Children were: Thomas Graves HANCOCK; Susannah HANCOCK m Henry CRUTCHER; Bartlett "Harry" HANCOCK; John Adams HANCOCK (my husband's ancestor); Joel HANCOCK; Nancy HANCOCK m Jonas JONES; Graves HANCOCK; Isabella HANCOCK m Henry CLEM; James Bartlett HANCOCK; Henry Graves HANCOCK; & William Thomas HANCOCK. Some stayed in Franklin Co., KY while others went to Butler Co., OH with their parents."


Administration of the Estate of (Capt.) John HANCOCK of Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH:
J. HANCOCK, adm. of John HANCOCK, deceased, account with said estate.
(Will Packet #0367, Butler Co., OH) Amount of appraisment bill $180.50
Amount debts returned due to said estate $74.25 Interest received on said debts $5.00


Contra Cr.
John REILY, clerk, Butler Common Pleas Court rec'd for letters of administration 2.25
James B. CAMERON for advertising for sale $1.25
James GAVEN for appraising $0 .50
Isaac ROLLS [sic...ROLL] for coffin $6.00
Hiram LINDLEY for appraising $0.50
Samuel BEELER for appraising $0.50
Micajah ELLIOTT for crying vendue $1.50
Reuben BLACKFORD for swearing appraisors $0.44
Nancy JONES for services in last illness $2.00
Isaac LINDLEY for attending/entering bail $1.00
Wm. B. McKENNAN, clerk of vendue $0.75
Taxes $1.69, $1.36, $1.36
By difference between appraisement & sale bill $25.19
Fees for recording 1.25
Administrator's allowanced $20.00
Approval by the Court Daniel MILLIKIN
Leaving in the adms. hands $192.21
(Total) $259.75


John HANCOCK was laid to rest in a coffin made for $6.00 with the hands of Isaac ROLL who presented the bill for payment to the administrators of the estate. He was buried at the Hancock Burying Grounds now in Hanover Twp., Butler Co., OH. This bill was found among the estate papers at Hamilton, Butler Co., OH Courthouse.


September Term 1827 John HANCOCK, Deceased "Butler Co. Be it remembered that on application (Nancy HANCOCK, the widow relinquishing) administration of all & singular the goods, chattels, rights, & credits which were of John HANCOCK, late of the county, aforesaid deceased is granted unto John A. HANCOCK & Joel HANCOCK who with Isaac LINDLEY & Richard MARTINDALE, their sureties, are bound unto the State of OH in the
sum of two hundred dollars.
Ordered that Samuel BEELER, James GAVIN, & Hiram LINDLEY be the appraisers.
Letters $225.00 paid by Joel HANCOCK 10th Jany 1828"
(Source: Butler Co., OH Testamentary Record, Bk. 2, 1821-1828, p. 438)


1827 Oct 20 "The State of Ohio Butler County on the 20th day of October 1827; Samuel Beeler, James Gaven, and Hiram Lindey appraisers of the estate of John Hancock late of Reily Township in said county deceased personally appeared before me Reuben Blackford a Justice of the Peace in and for said county were duly sworn according to law well and truly to appraise all the goods and chattels of the estate of said John Hancock deceased which shall be
presented to them for appraisement. Given under my hand and seal this 20th day of October 1827 Reuben Blackford J.P."
(Samuel BEELER (probably Samuel BEELER, Jr.) and Hiram LINDEY received according to estate records $0.50 each for their appraisal.); A list of itemized items followed that were appraised and written under the signed sworn to document.


Household goods, farm implements, and stock were listed which came to a total of $120.50.


Debts included a note on Bartlett GRAVES.


1827 Oct 27 The document of appraisal of John HANCOCK's estate was made and presented 27 October 1827. Administrators of his estate were sons, Jno. A.HANCOCK and Joel HANCOCK, according to record.


"Received of Joel and John A. Hancock, as Administrators of the Estate of John Hancock Deceased, seventy five cents in full for my services as Clerk of the vendue.
Oct. 27th 1829 Wm. B. McKennan"


1828 Jan 10 Inventory of goods of John HANCOCK, dec'd, were filed in the Probate Court of Butler Co., OH courthouse #0367.


1828 Sep 9 A receipt showed that the estate of John HANCOCK paid 1828 taxes on 95 acres of land in Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH to C. K. Smith, Treasurer of Butler Co., OH.


1829 May Term John HANCOCK, Deceased "The administrator of the estate of John HANCOCK, deceased, having exhibited a statement of his administration of the same for settlement, the same is continued." (Source: Butler Co., OH Testamentary Record, Bk. 3, 1828-1831, p. 231)


1829 Jun 2 A receipt of payment in the estate packet indicated that he was cared for by his daughter, Nancy JONES, wife of Jonas JONES, during those ill-fated days prior to death.


"Received of Joel Hancock one of the administrators of the Estate of John Hancock two dollars it being for waiting on him in his last sickness. Nancy X (her mark) Jones "


1829 Sep 26 Another receipt showed that the estate of John HANCOCK paid 1829 taxes on 95 acres of land in Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH to C. K. Smith, Treasurer of Butler Co., OH.
Valued at $273.00. Tax $1.36


1829 Sep Term Final account of the Estate of John HANCOCK was approved by the Probate Court September Term 1829 for the estate of John HANCOCK, dec'd.


September Term 1829 John HANCOCK, deceased "Be it remembered that John A. HANCOCK & Joel HANCOCK, administrators of all & singular the goods, and chattels rights, and credits which were of John HANCOCK late of the county aforesaid deceased having heretofore exhibited the account of their administration of the same as follows to wit:
J & J HANCOCK, adminstrators of John HANCOCK deceased in account with said estate.
Appraisement bill $180.50
Debts returned due said estate $74.25
Interest received on debts $5.00
BEELER, GAVIN & LINDLEY received 50 cents each for appraising.
N. JONES for services in last sickness $2.00
Taxes $1.69, $1.36, & $1.36
ROLL for coffin $6.00
Etc. for appraisement, clerk fees, bail, crying vendue, printing.
"Balance remaining in the hands of Administrators $192.21.
Which being examined & approved."
(Source: Butler Co., OH Testamentary Record, Bk. 3, 1828-1831, p. 257)


1834 Nov 20 Indenture, Otho W. SWIGERT, Deputy for Joseph CLARKE, Sheriff of Franklin Co., KY, to Henry CRUTCHER & Thomas G. HANCOCK of the same county. Whereas a writ in favor of Jacob KIGER issued from the Franklin Circuit Court against the estate of the heirs of John HANCOCK, dec'd for $25.73 costs, dated April 2, 1833, and was levied on a tract which was sold April 21, 1834 at public sale to Ezra RICHMOND for $27.81. And whereas Richmond assigned the same to CRUTCHER and HANCOCK on June 3, 1834, this Indenture conveys to them a tract in Franklin County on Sulphur Lick bounded by Achilles EASTIN and EDRINGTON, containing 494 acres out of which is excepted 50 acres now owned & occupied by Jacob KIGER. Witnessed by John C. HERNDON. Recorded by KY Court of Appeals, January 28, 1835. (Source: COOK & COOK, KY Court of Appeals, Deed Book IV, Vol. 9 of KY Records, p. 491)


1842 May 25 From the Franklin County, KY, Office of the Circuit Court, File Box 771, we find a court record where the heirs of Capt. John HANCOCK seem to be contesting and arguing over land owned by Capt. John HANCOCK in Franklin Co., KY. "Hancock Heirs vs. Hancock Heirs, Dated May 25, 1842 - decree division, March 1848."


"Orators: Bartlett Hancock, Joel Hancock, John Hancock Jr., James Hancock, Henry Hancock, William Hancock, Nancy Jones, late Hancock, Heirs, of John Hancock deceased, state that their father, John Hancock, died possessed of a tract of land containing 494 acres, and that he died intestate, that the land was situated in Franklin County, Ky. on the waters of Sulphur Lick Creek being the same tract conveyed to the heirs of said John Hancock by decree in chancery of said heirs against heirs of Achilles Eastin. The orators charge said father left your orators together with THOMAS G. HANCOCK, Susannah Crutcher wife of Henry Crutcher, three children of Graves Hancock deceased to wit: Wm. R. Hancock, Elizabeth Hancock and Sarah Ann Hancock and four children of Isabella Cline Deceased to Wit: Bartlett Cline (sic...CLEM), Samuel Cline (sic...CLEM), Phebe Cline (sic...CLEM) and Henry Cline (sic...CLEM) their only children and Heirs-at-law, that the said children of Isabella Cline (sic...CLEM) are entitled to one 11th part of said land and that THOMAS G. HANCOCK, Susannah and Henry Crutcher and your orators are entitled to one 11th undivided part each of said land; that about fifty acres has been lost by superior claims, there now remaining 444 acres, orators charge that Bartlett Hancock (Co-orators) is owner of part
and interest of each orators by purchase and owner of seven parts, that John Hancock, father, died many years ago leaving said eleven children, that said Thomas G. Hancock and Crutcher and wife took possession of said land and have received rents and profits for last fifteen years. Orators pray that Thomas G. Hancock, Crutcher and wife and Bartlett Cline (sic...CLEM), Samuel Cline (sic...CLEM), Phebe Cline (sic...CLEM) and Henry Cline (sic...CLEM)
(Children of Isabella Cline (sic...CLEM) decd.) be made defts., that said children of Isabella and children of Graves Hancock decd. are nonresidents of state, pray a decree.
The separate answer of Thomas G. Hancock to Bill in Chancery against respondent and Others by Bartlett Hancock etc. - Many years since, say in year 1802, at the instance of HIS FATHER he assumed an agency for the management of the tract of land named in the pleadings from HIS FATHER WHO LIVED IN THE STATE OF OHIO, and to whom said land belonged, that about that time he bought of his father some fifty acres of the land and settled for it and used same for short time and sold it, since said sale he has never used or occupied any portion of the survey, he has however exercised a general supervision and agency in reference thereto for the benefit of his father, and since his death for those entitled thereto. Respondent has from time to time rented said land to various persons and received rent for same in clearing, fencing, building, etc.---applied same to land, that he himself, ever since he settled in this county, with the exception of above name occupied an adjoining tract, the land was occupied by tenants who leased it etc. Since death of Respondent's ancestor this Respondent and John Samuel two of the heirs of descendent instituted suit against Achilles Eastin, (many leases and legal costs paid are shown by Thomas G. Hancock with his answer).


In conclusion Respondent claims one 11th part of said land as heir of his father and is and always has been willing to a division and unites in asking a decree.


In this suit it is shown in papers that James B. Hancock, Henry G. Hancock, and Nancy Jones were all of Butler Co., Ohio Dec. 1835 when they deeded their shares to Bartlett Hancock, Wts. Joel Collins, Cordelia Beeler, and Harrison Hancock. It is also shown that the children of Graves Hancock deceased were living in Ohio; also the deed from John Hancock then of
Woodford Co., Ky. to Thomas Hancock for the small tract in Franklin and dated May 15, 1802 is filed (Copy); statement of Bartlett Hancock says this father died about "18 yrs. ago" (dated Oct. 1846); Mention is made of Bartlett Clines (sic...CLEM) heirs but not named, that William Cline (sic...CLEM) died without children a non-resident of State. The land was located on Sulphur Lick, branch of Elkhorn Creek, and it looks like "Thomas" (sic...Jonas) as husband of Nancy Jones, Isabella Cline (sic...CLEM) and Henry Cline (sic...CLEM), she died and children were in Illinois.


The foregoing covers all important facts in case - there was a division.


[S2583]


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Stephen SOUILLIE

ABT 1730 - ____

ID Number: I20834

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • RESOURCES: See: [S690]
Father: Nicholas SOUILLIE
Mother: UNNAMED



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Emma J. STANDARD

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I56213

  • RESIDENCE: of Danburg, Lincoln Co. GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) STANDARD of VA & NC & SC & GA


Family 1 : James William BELLOWS

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Elizabeth THURSTON

ABT 1635 - BEF 1676

ID Number: I81417

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1635, Virginia
  • DEATH: BEF 1676, Henrico Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2969]

Family 1 : Edward STRATTON I
  1. +Edward STRATTON II

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