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Descendants of Thomas Stinchcomb

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

        1.  Thomas1 Stinchcomb  He married Mohanne Bowsan 1543 in Tortworth, Glouscestershire. 

 

Notes for Thomas Stinchcomb:

Thomas STINCHCOMB [Parents] was born about 1520 in Tortworth Gloucestershire. He died in 1557 in Tortworth Gloucestershire. He was buried in 1557 in Tortworth Gloucestershire. He married Mohanne Bowson about 1543 in Tortworth Glocestershire.

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb and Mohanne Bowsan are:

+      2                 i.               Nicholas2 Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1545 in Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England; died Abt. 1553.

+      3                ii.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1545.

        4               iii.               Jane Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1545.

        5               iv.               John Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1545.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

        2.  Nicholas2 Stinchcomb (Thomas1) was born Abt. 1545 in Tortworth, Gloucestershire, England,  He married Elizabeth Marten. 

 

Notes for Nicholas Stinchcomb:

Thomas Stinchcomb the Elder of Tortworth, County Gloucester. (Clothman) Will dated January 14, 1553, No date of proof.

 

"extract from Stinchcombe wills and admons. from Gloucester Probate

Registrar”

 

“In the name of god ame’ the xiiii daye of Januarye the ferst yere of

the raygne of our soveraygn ladye Marie Quine of Englande ffrance, etc.

 

I Thomas Stynchcombe the elder of the parish of Tortworthe in the

countrie of Gloster clothema’ hole & perfecte of memorie. I bequethe my

sole to god. To my wives iiij god chyldren nameely to Jone Serney the

dowghter of John Serneye x s. to Augnes Cowllim the dowghter of John

Cowllim x x. to Augnes Marten the dowghter of Robarte Marten x s. to

Jane Synchcombe the dowghter of Tho’s sytchcombe x s Also I give to

Tho’s Serney the sone of John Serneye x s. the the hale orde and the

cofers in the hale.

To Suzane Serney the dowghter of John Serney vj s. viij d.

To Elizabeth Thurston L.5

To John Synchcombe the sone of Robart Stynchcombe xx s.

To Robart Stynchcombe his brother vj s. viij d.

To Augnes Whytynge xij d.

To Tho’s Marten vj s viij d.

To all my godchyldren xx d. a pyese.

To Wyllia’ Styncombe one heyfer.

To Jane Tyladames iij s. iiij d.

To my brother Nycolas Stynchombe his chyldren by name Robart, Wyllia’

and Tho’s  vj s. viij d. apyese.

To my brother Nycolas Stynchcombe my green coote and x s. and al my hose

and dublats.

To Nycolas Stynchcombe my godsonne my great panne.

To Jane Stynchcombe the dowghter of Tho’s Stynchcombe vj sylv’ spones.

To John Stynchcombe the son of Tho’s Stynchcombe ij fernacis.

All the rest of my goodes movable and unmovable I give to Tho’s

Stynchcombe my sonne whom I make my full executor to this my will.

Witnesses Tho’s Grafton parson John Serney Robart Marten Willi’ HIckes

Rycharde Day.

My debtes wch I owye

Item to Elizabeth Cowllim L.6

Debtes owed to Me

Item Arthur Vysarde owith Me L xxxvij etc

Itm John Serney oweth Me L.xl

Item Wyllia’ Kyng of Lakyngton owith L.v.

Item Mr Norwood oweth Me L.xx

Item John Tanty oweth Me xxvj

Item Wyllia’ Tysome oweth me Liii

 

will abstract, Stinchcomb notes of D.M.Owings

 

       

Children of Nicholas Stinchcomb and Elizabeth Marten are:

+      6                 i.               Thomas3 Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1575 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England; died Bef. October 05, 1623 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.

        7                ii.               John Stinchcomb.

        8               iii.               Nicholas Stinchcomb.

        9               iv.               Jane Stinchcomb.

        10              v.               Cicely Stinchcomb.

 

 

        3.  Thomas2 Stinchcomb (Thomas1) was born Abt. 1545.

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb are:

+      11               i.               Robert Stinchcomb Of3 Cam, died Bet. April 20 - October 04, 1599 in Parish of Cam, Gloucestershire, England.

        12              ii.               Thomas Stinchcomb.

        13             iii.               Wylliam Stinchcomb.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

        6.  Thomas3 Stinchcomb (Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1575 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, and died Bef. October 05, 1623 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.  He married Joane. 

 

Notes for Thomas Stinchcomb:

Will dated 21 october 1622, proved 5 October 1623.

Thomas STINCHCOMB Yeoman [Parents] was born about 1575 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was christened about 1575 in St Marys Hawkesbury Gloucestershire. He died in Oct 1622 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was buried on 16 Oct 1622 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He married Joanne about 1595 in St Marys Hawkesbury Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

Thomas Stinchcombe of Hawkesbury 1622

Son of Nicholas nuncopuative Will  21 Oct 1622

 

 Extract

 

 Son John  lease at Swangrove and flock of sheep and one mow of barley and a mow of oats in the barn

Son Thomas eldest son  my olde wayne and one yoke of oxen

Son Nicholas my lease of my house and grounds in Wotton under edge after the decease of my wife Joane

John Woodman of Chipping Sodbury £20 of which is in his hands he oweth me (son in law)

God child Elizabeth Goodman my daughters daughter 20 of my best yewes

Joane my wife who I make executor all the rest of my goods and chatlles moveable and none moveable unbequethed

In witness whereof the parties here under written have set their names

John George

Andrew Gale

Nicholas Cam

 

Debts

 

My will is my son Nicholas shall pay unto Edward Hopkins of Wortley £10 which he hath in his hands or else pay it unto my executrix

 

Proved 5 October 1623  

 

 

 

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb and Joane are:

+      14               i.               Thomas Stinchcomb of4 Chawkley, born Bef. April 05, 1600; died June 03, 1655 in Chalkley, Parish of Hawksbury, Gloucestershire, England.

+      15              ii.               Nicholas Stinchcomb of Killcott, born 1608 in Killcott Hawksbury , Gloucestershire,  England; died 1669 in Hawksbury  , Gloucestershire,  England.

+      16             iii.               John Stinchcomb Of Swangrove, born Abt. 1603 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire; died 1628 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire.

        17             iv.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb.

 

 

        11.  Robert Stinchcomb Of3 Cam (Thomas2 Stinchcomb, Thomas1) died Bet. April 20 - October 04, 1599 in Parish of Cam, Gloucestershire, England.

 

Notes for Robert Stinchcomb Of Cam:

Abstract of the Will of ROB'TE STINCHCOMBE, 1599

In the name of god Amen in the yeare of oure lorde god one thousande five hundreth ninetie nine the six and twentith daye of Aprell, I ROBARDE STYNCHCOM husband man, etc., of the parishe of Cam in the countie of Gloucr.

To my eldest sonne JOHN STINCHCOMBE all my lands wch was given me in maryage wth my wyfe mother to the saide JOHN wth all buildings uppone the saide lande and all benches shelves and lockes to the dores.

My sonne JOHN shall paye out of the lyvinge & his porsion to ROBART my youngest sonne forty shillings.

Out of the rest of my goodes unto the forsayde ROBARTE my sonne twenty shillings to be payd by myne executors to his use ymmediately after my decease.

All the rest of my goods unto my twoe Daughters MARGERY STINCHCOME & ANNES STINCHCOME equally to de devydyd, and I ordayne my said twoe dauters to be my full and whole executors.

ROBERTE STINCHCOM his mke.

Red sealed and delyvered

in ye presence of us

JHON CHURCHMA' mynister

THOMAS MYNOR, ALIC TOMLINS his mke.

my sonne JOHN STINCHCOM oweth me twelve shillings lent him.

JEREMY FRENCHE oweth for rent eyght shillings.

Proved 4 October 1599.

 

 

       

Children of Robert Stinchcomb Of Cam are:

        18               i.               John4 Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

Abstract of the Will of JOHN STINCHCOMBE, 1661

28 August 1660.  I, JOHN STINCHCOMBE of Cam in the county of Gloucr, Husbandman, being sicke and weake, etc.

Unto SARAH BLAKE my only daughter all my lands & Tenements whatsoever in Came to her and her assignes for ever.  Unto ANNE my wiffe ye bedde whereon I now lodge and ye bedstead in my lodging Chamber and all ye furniture to ye bed and bedstead, my best chest and ye box wch shee brought wth her, ye dresser in ye Hall and one brasse pott one brasse kettle and ye biggest skillet & three peeces of pewter & five poundes in money & my Heifer wch is almost 2 years old, provided my wife doe pay to her Sister ELIZABETH the sume of five & fifty shilllings.

To my sister ELIZABETH TURNER ye summe of Twenty Shillings, & to her children (to ye males and females) one shilling apeece.

To ANNE TYENHAM my servant one shilling.

To my Brother in lawe JOHN OLLIFFE my best suit of apparrell.

To the abovesaid SARH BLAKE my only Daughter, wife of GEORGE BLAKE all ye rest of my goods chattels cattall, etc, and I make her sole executrix.  I appoynt Mr. WILL. HARDINGE & JOHN AWOOD to be overseers.

JOHN STINCHCOMBE  his mke.

Witnesses

WILL. HARDINGE

RICH. DOWSELL his mke.

Proved 30 June 1661

 

 

        19              ii.               Robert Stinchcomb.

        20             iii.               Margery Stinchcomb.

        21             iv.               Annies Stinchcomb.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

        14.  Thomas Stinchcomb of4 Chawkley (Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..) was born Bef. April 05, 1600 (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..), and died June 03, 1655 in Chalkley, Parish of Hawksbury, Gloucestershire, England (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..).  He married Elizabeth Neale (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..) September 03, 1621 in Hawksbury, Gloucestershire, England.  She was born Abt. 1599 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..), and died April 1655 in Hawkesbury , Gloucestershire (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..).

 

Notes for Thomas Stinchcomb of Chawkley:

Abstract of the Will of THOMAS STINCHCOMBE, 1666

I, THOMAS STINCHCOMBE of Chawkeley wth in the parish of Hawkesbury yeoman, being olde and weak in bodie.

First I give and bequeath unto my three daughters JOANE, MARY, and ELIZABETH one hundred pounds of lawfull English money apeece, to be paid out of my lands namely the Home Close or Well leaze and Stephens meade being parcell of my lands in ffee simple at Chawkeley & adjoining & belonging unto the Manor or Mansion house of Chawkeley aforesaid wherein I now inhabitt.  Unto my sonne JOHN STINCHCOMBE and his heirs all those lands & Tenements wch I purchased of HENRY PROWTE lieing in Chawkley, & hee shall pay out of the same lands the sume of Thirtie pounds of lawfull English money wth in one yeare of my decease unto my son NEHEMIAH STINCHCOMBE. 

If my sone THOMAS STINCHCOMBE doe pay unto the said NEHEMIAH the said Thirtie pounds and one hundred and fortie pounds more unto the said JOHN then he the said JOHN shall yield up unto the said THOMAS the aforesaid lands.

Unto my sonne NATHANIEL STINCHCOMBE all that parcell of ground called the Peice lieing in Chawkley aforesaid, but if he die before the age of 21 then this land shall goe to my sonne SAMUELL STINCHCOMBE.

Unto my kinsman NICHOLAS STINCHCOMBE the sone of JOHN STINCHCOMBE Twenty shillings.  Unto my kinsman NATHANIELL WIMBELL ffive shillings.  Unto my daughter HESTER the wife of RICHARD CLARKE my best ffether bed.  Unto my daughter JOANE one bedd in the Entry Chamber one table bord one great kettle one chest in the greene chamber.  Unto my daughter MARY one bedd in the greene chamber.  Unto my Daughter ELIZABETH one bedd whereon I now ly.  The residue of lmy goods unto my sonne and heire THOMAS STINCHCOMBE whom I make one of my executors.  Also I desire my well beloved brothers in laws WILL'M HANCOCK of Siddlewood & WILL'M NEALE of Hawkesbury Upton, yeomen, to be my executors in trust with my said sone.  Dated the 2nd ffebruary 1662.

THOMAS STINCHCOMBE

Witnesses THOMAS STINCHCOMBE

RICHARD CLARKE

ELIZABETH (?) WEBBER her mke.

CORNELYUS GINGELL

Proved 5 April 1666

 

       

Children of Thomas Chawkley and Elizabeth Neale are:

        22               i.               John5 Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

John STINCHCOMB Yeoman was born in 1630 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was christened on 2 Mar 1630 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He died in Jun 1699 in Hawkesbury Gloucestershire. He was buried on 30 Jun 1699 in St Mary's Hawkesbury Gloucestershire.

 

        23              ii.               Thomas Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Thomas Stinchcomb:

Thomas STINCHCOMB Yeoman was born about 1626 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He died in Feb 1689 in Hawkesbury Common Gloucestershire. He was buried on 26 Feb 1689 in St Mary's Hawkesbury Gloucestershire.

 

        24             iii.               Nehemiah Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Nehemiah Stinchcomb:

Nehemiah STINCHCOMB Yeoman [Parents] was born about 1631 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He died in 1710 in Chpping Sodbury Gloucestershire?. He was buried on 16 Feb 1710 in Chipping Sodbury Quaker BG Gloucestershire. He married Joane.

 

Joane married Nehemiah STINCHCOMB Yeoman.

 

They had the following children:

 

   M i Thomas STINCHCOMB was born in 1672. He died in Nov 1728. 

   F ii Elizabeth STINCHCOMB was born in 1673 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 8 Dec 1673 in Chipping Sodbury Quaker BG Gloucestershire. She died in 1677 in Chipping Sodbury Gloucestershire. She was buried on 2 Dec 1677 in Luckington Quaker burial groud Gloucestershire. 

   M iii Nathaniel STINCHCOMB was born in 1677/1678. He died in 1728. 

   F iv Hester STINCHCOMB was born in 1680 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 14 Aug 1680 in Chipping Sodbury Gloucestershire. 

 

 

 

        25             iv.               Joan Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Joan Stinchcomb:

Joane STINCHCOMB was born in 1623 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 14 Dec 1623 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She died after 1666.

 

        26              v.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Nathaniel STINCHCOMB was born in 1633 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was christened on 24 Apr 1633 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He died in May 1684 in Mangotsfield Gloucestershire. He was buried on 24 May 1684 in Quaker Burial Ground Mangotsfield Glos.

 

        27             vi.               Samuel Stinchcomb.  He married Mary Watts.

 

Notes for Samuel Stinchcomb:

Samuel STINCHCOMB [Parents] was born in 1646 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was christened on 15 Nov 1646 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He married Mary WATTS on 22 Oct 1680 in Little Badminton SOF Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

Notes for Mary Watts:

Mary WATTS was born about 1658 in Little Badminton Gloucestershire. She married Samuel STINCHCOMB on 22 Oct 1680 in Little Badminton SOF Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

        28            vii.               Mary Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Mary Stinchcomb:

Mary STINCHCOMB was born in 1627 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 9 Mar 1627 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She died after 1666.

 

        29           viii.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb.  She married Cornelius Gingell.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Stinchcomb:

Elizabeth STINCHCOMB [Parents] was born in 1635 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 18 May 1635 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She died after 1666. She married Cornelius GINGELL Yeoman on 17 May 1666 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

Notes for Cornelius Gingell:

Cornelius GINGELL Yeoman was born about 1632 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He married Elizabeth STINCHCOMB on 17 May 1666 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

        30              ix.               Hester Stinchcomb.  She married Richard Clarke.

 

Notes for Hester Stinchcomb:

 Hester STINCHCOMB [Parents] was born in 1638 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She was christened on 1 Apr 1638 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. She married Richard CLARKE on 4 Jun 1661 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire.

 

 

 

Notes for Richard Clarke:

Richard CLARKE was born about 1635. He married Hester STINCHCOMB on 4 Jun 1661 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire.

 

        31               x.               Nicholas Stinchcomb.

 

Notes for Nicholas Stinchcomb:

Nicholas STINCHCOMB was born about 1623 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He died in Feb 1624 in Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire. He was buried on 14 Feb 1624 in St Marys Hawkesbury Upton Gloucestershire.

 

 

        15.  Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott (Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Robert Millard, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire..) was born 1608 in Killcott Hawksbury , Gloucestershire,  England, and died 1669 in Hawksbury  , Gloucestershire,  England.  He married Unknown 1629 in Hawksbury, Gloucestershire, England. 

 

Notes for Nicholas Stinchcomb of Killcott:

Nicholas Stinchcomb alias Stinchcomb or Hawkesbury Parish, Grumbald's Ash Hundred, in the county of Gloucester, yeoman, son of Thomas Stinchcomb and Joan his wife, of that parish, was descended of an ancient family, which was however in his own time too decayed to be noticed in the heralds' visitations. Cf. Ralph Bigland and Rev. James Dallaway, eds., Historical, Monumental, and Genealogical Collections Relative to the County of Gloucester; Printed from the Original Papers of the late Ralph Bigland (Garter Principal King of Arms, died 1784). London: Printed by John Nichols for H. Bigland, I (1786-91), II (1791-95), volume II, pages 50-57. See especially page 50 with its reference to Stinchcomb's Chantry in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Hawkesbury, established in 1452, 30 Henry VI, with lands for its endowment at Chalkley in that parish. "The Chantry was founded by one of the Family of Stinchcomb, whose Arms, Quarterly, 1. and 4. a Fess engrailed between three Annulets braced with another; 2. and 3. a Chevron between three Garbs are still extent." Nicholas's elder brother, Thomas Stinchcomb, yeoman, who according to his will, dated 2 February 1662/3 and proved 5 April 1666, possessed or at least resided in "the Manor or Mansion house of Chalkley."

 

Nicholas Stinchcomb is buried at St. Mary's Church, Hawkesbury, his will has not been found, nor has the identity of his wife, who had six children.

(above from Herbert Drucker book)

 

 

More About Nicholas Stinchcomb of Killcott:

Burial: St. Mary's Church, Hawkesbury, England (Source: Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986.)

Christening: 1608, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

       

Children of Nicholas Killcott and Unknown are:

+      32               i.               Nicholas II5 Stinchcomb, born 1630 in England; died January 1708/09 in Hawksbury ,   England.

+      33              ii.               Sarah Stinchcomb, born Bef. May 22, 1632 in Hawksbury Upton ,  Gloucestershire; died August 05, 1681 in Hawksbury Upton, Gloucestershire.

        34             iii.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born April 30, 1633 in Hawkesbury Upton, Gloucestershire (Source: Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986, page 4, b. 30 April 1633.); died 1710 in Hawkesbury Upton, Gloucestershire, England.

 

More About Thomas Stinchcomb:

Burial: December 01, 1710, St. Mary's Church, Hawkesbury,  England (Source: Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986, page 4, buried at Hawkesbury Church, 1 December, 1710.)

Christening: May 1633, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

 

+      35             iv.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born Bef. February 02, 1634/35 in Hawksbury ,  Gloucestershire,  England; died Bef. September 24, 1670 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      36              v.               Rebecca Stinchcomb, born January 16, 1636/37.

        37             vi.               John Stinchcomb, born Bef. October 21, 1639 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England; died 1692 in Bristol, England.  He married Ann Hancock December 11, 1662 in St. Mary's, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire.

 

 

        16.  John Stinchcomb Of4 Swangrove (Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1603 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire, and died 1628 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire.  He married Elizabeth Emile or Emlye December 02, 1623 in St. Mary's, Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire.  She was born Abt. 1603.

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb Of Swangrove:

John Stinchcombe of Swangrove Hawkesbury 1628         digital copy available

 

Son of Thomas

 

Proved 15 july 1629

 

 The will of John Stinchcombe made 10 October 1628

 

In the name of god Amen I John Stinchcombe of the parish of Hawkesbury in the county-of Gloucestershire

Being of  good mind and perfect memory  make and devise my last will and testiment in manner and form following,

first I give and bequeth to my son Samuel Stinchcombe(forty)pounds of lawful money of England.

and for my son- Nicholas Stinchcombe thirty pounds of like money to be payed unto them when they are one and twenty years.

this I give unto Joanne Stinchcombe my mother the best yearling calf which I bought of Duckett (kilcott?)

and I give to my mother in law Elinor Emile one lamb.

This I give to my brother in law William Emlye one lamb.

This I give unto my sister in law Agnis Emile one lamb.

and to my cousin Elizabeth Woodman one lamb and to my cousin Elizabeth Woodman dwelling with me twenty shillings.

This I give unto Joanne Longdon one lamb.

This I give unto David Hall one lamb.

This I give unto my sonne Samuel my  my best suit of apparell & cloak.

This I give unto Mary Stinchcombe two lambs.

This I give to the poor of Hawkesbury ??!?

To Thomas Stinchcombe one lamb

To Joane Stinchcombe one lambe

I also do make Elizabeth my wife my sole and lawfull exectrix of this my last will and testiment I appoint William Emilie and Richard Bence Thomas Stinchcombe and Nicholas Stinchcombe my said sons overseers giving them iij s. iiij d. apiece

this I give to Mary Bence xij  d.

 

witnesses  here unto

 

David Hall , Elinor Emile, Joane Hicks, Joane Longdon, Thomas Stinchcombe, Nicholas Stinchombe

 

 

 

 

 

More About John Stinchcomb Of Swangrove:

Burial: October 17, 1628, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

       

Children of John Swangrove and Elizabeth Emlye are:

        38               i.               Samuel5 Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1622.

        39              ii.               Nicholas Stinchcomb, born 1625; died July 1694.

        40             iii.               Joane Stinchcomb, born 1629 in Hawkesbury Upton , Gloucestershire.

 

More About Joane Stinchcomb:

Christening: March 29, 1629, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury Upton, Gloucestershire

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

        32.  Nicholas II5 Stinchcomb (Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1630 in England, and died January 1708/09 in Hawksbury ,   England.  He married Unknown 1669 in Hawksbury,  England. 

 

Notes for Nicholas II Stinchcomb:

The family in England comes from the ancient parish of Stinchcombe in Gloucestershire. In Colonial America the surname is only found in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties, where the family held large estates and many slaves.

Nicholas, bapt. 2 Nov. 1630; died testate at Hawkesbury, his will being proved on 10 Jan. 1710/11. His children are legatees in the will of his brother, Nathaniel Stinchcomb of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, dated 11 June 1670.

 

This Nicholas is the father of the Nathaniel (1670) which founded the "Anne Arundel" branch of Stinchcomb'5. (Reference data from L.D.S. Library at Ellicott City, Md.)

 

       

Children of Nicholas Stinchcomb and Unknown are:

        41               i.               John6 Stinchcomb, born 1664 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England; died 1750 in Maryland.  He married Mary Teale 1704 in Maryland.

+      42              ii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born 1676 in Hawksbury ,    England; died 1728 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

 

        33.  Sarah5 Stinchcomb (Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Bef. May 22, 1632 in Hawksbury Upton ,  Gloucestershire, and died August 05, 1681 in Hawksbury Upton, Gloucestershire.  She married John Alway December 29, 1651 in Hawksbury, Upton England, son of Lawrence Alway and Joane Longden.  He was born Abt. 1630 in Hawkesbury Upton, Gloucestershire.

 

More About Sarah Stinchcomb:

Burial: August 1681, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

 

Notes for John Alway:

Brian Frith, "Stinchcomb, of Tortworth and Hawksbury co. Gloucester," 1952, has John, not James

       

Children of Sarah Stinchcomb and John Alway are:

        43               i.               William6 Alway, born 1660 in Hawksbury ,   England; died April 15, 1718 in Hawksbury  ,  England.

        44              ii.               Daniel Alway.

        45             iii.               Mary Alway.

        46             iv.               Hannah Alway.

        47              v.               Sarah Alway.

        48             vi.               Bridget Alway, born 1661; died September 1717.

        49            vii.               Hester Alway.  She married Matthew Weekes.

        50           viii.               John Alway, born 1650.  He married Elizabeth Neale; born January 1652/53 in Hawkesbury , Gloucestershire; died Bef. 1694.

 

More About John Alway:

Christening: January 17, 1650/51, St. Mary's, Hawkesbury

 

 

        35.  Nathaniel5 Stinchcomb (Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Bef. February 02, 1634/35 in Hawksbury ,  Gloucestershire,  England, and died Bef. September 24, 1670 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Thomasine Mastey 1656 in Hawksbury, Gloucestershire, England, daughter of Joan Mastey/Massey. 

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Will of Nathaniel Stinchcomb

Anne Arundel Co., MD

Maryland Hall of Records

Liber 1, Fol. 585 & 586

Photostat Dated 13 Oct 1948

 

In the Name of God amen

I Nathaniel Stinchcomb of Ann Arundel County in Maryland being weak in body but of perfect sence and memory do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament  in manner and form following -

 

Firt I committ my Soul into the hands of God that gave itt by whose mercy in Jesus Christ I hope to be saved and my Body to the Earth from whence it came in hopes of a Joyfull Resurrection:

 

Item.  I do give and bequeath unto my Brother John Stinchcomb five Thousand pounds of Tobacco to be Shipd home for Bristoll and Consigned to him he paying the freight thereof the said Tobacco to be Sent the next Shipping after my Decease.

 

Item.  I do give and bequeath unto my Brother Nicholas Stinchcomb his children and to my Sister

Rebecca Handcocke her children Ten Thousand pounds of Tobacco the neatt produce thereof to be Equally divided between them to Each Child alike to be Shipped home for Bristoll for their use according to my brother John Stinchcombs advice the next year following

 

Item.  It is my will that my servant John (Merriken) Merriken shall be free after the Cropp is housed.

 

Item.  I do give and bequeath unto Each of my Servants one Cow Calfe the next Year.

 

Item.  The rest of my Estate whatsoever Lands Goods Debts and Chattells I do give and bequeath unto my Loveing Wife Tomasine Stinchcomb to be Enjoyed by her and her heirs or assigns for Ever She having paid all my Just Debts and Legacyes above menconed and I do make and ordain my

Said Wife to be my whole and Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament.

 

Finally I do ordain and Request my Loving friends Richard Moss and, Edward Pomfritt to be Overseers for the true performance hereof.  In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and Seal the 11th day of June 1670.

 

Owned and Confirmed before us

 

Edwd. Allely                             Nath: Stinchcomb

Mark                                                   Sealed

Wm. M. Coboren

his

 

On the back side of the foregoing Last Will and Testament of Nathaniel Stinchcomb was thus written (Vizt.)

To the Hon'ble Philip Calvert Esq'r.  his Lord'ps Judge or Comissary Generall for probate of Wills and granting of administracons within this province of Maryland. These may Certifie unto Yo'r Hono'r  that according to Your Commission directed to me and Mr. Thomas Marsh bearing Date the 24th of September 1673 this Will of Natha. Stinchcomb Late of Ann Arundell County deceased was pved.

to be the Reall Act and Deed of the Decedent upon the oaths of Edward Allely and William Coboren the wittnesses to the said Will taken Solemnly upon the holy Evangelists the 24 Novem. 1673 before me.

 

Witness my hand and Seal the Same Day

Robt.  Burle

 

 

Notes for Thomasine Mastey:

Thomasine (born in or before 1655), who in her will, dated 18 August 1673, refers to her mother Joan Mastey (that is Massey).   It is inferred that she was a daughter, stepdaughter, or sister of a Ralph Massey, of Anne Arundel or Baltimore Counties, who on 3 March 1668/9 and 28 February 1669/70 witnesses deeds recorded in Baltimore County (Md. Hist. Mag., XXV, 259; XXVI, 228, 229).   He does not again appear in the Baltimore County Land Record through 1685.  She may also have been a sister or aunt of Jonathan Massey, who appears in 1699 as a taxable in Patapsco Hundred of Baltimore County and dies testate in North Gunpowder Hundred in 1732 (Baldwin, VI, 28).  She died testate shortly before 24 November 1673. 

 

Will of Tomasine Stinchcomb

Anne Arundel County Maryland

Maryland Hall of Records

Liber 1, Fol. 586-589

Photostat Dated 13 Oct. 1948

 

In the name of God Amen.

 I Tomasin Stinchcomb the Sole Executrix of Nathaniel Stinchcomb  (her) her Dear husband Late of Ann Arundell County Dec'ed being Sick and weak of Body but of perfect health and Memory praised be allmighty God for the Same do Make Ordain Constitute and appoint this to be my last  Will and Testament Ever hereafter disannulling and Revoakeing all other will or Wills by me any wayes made Either Verball or otherwayes and first for the Settling of Spirituall affairs I be-queath my Soul to God and Christ my Redeemer by whose Meritts I hope to Receive remission for my Sins and Obtain

Salvation Whereby I shall Inheritt Everlasting Life.

Next I bequeath my Body to the Earth there to Receive Such Decent buriall as my Executor hereafter named Shall think most meet and Convenient.

 

Now for my Temporall Estate and for the Disposall of Such Goods as it hath pleased God to Send or invest me in (vizt.)

Imprs.  that all Such Lands that doth any wise belong or appertain to me my will is that my two sons Law-fully begotten of my body that is to say Nathaniel and John Stinchcomb shall Lawfully Inherit the Same but not before they are att the full age of twenty and one years. 

 

Item.  All the goods and Chattells Likewise that is or can any wayes be made to appear to be of the Estate now in possession by me Shall Equally be divided between my two Sons att the time Expired.

 

Item.  My Will is that all of my Wearing Apparell shall Equally be divided between Blanch Burkley* and

Susannah Neale.

 

Item.  My Will is that all Such Debts as in any Case I am now Indebted to any person or persons whatsoever shall be paid out of the Said Estate.

 

Item.  I do further make this in my Will that if it should please the Allmighty God to take my Two

Sons out of the world before they are of perfect age that then John Stinchcomb Brother of Late Deceased

Nathaniel Stinchcomb shall have one third of the Estate Likewise the Children of Rebecca Hancocke

Our Sister that shall Lawfully be gotten on her Body shall be the Inheritor of a third part more of the Estate Likewise it is my will that my Mother Joane Mastey shall have the other third part of the Estate.

 

But if it should so happen that my Sons Should Survive these above mentioned parties that then the next of kindred that shall Lineally descend Shall be the heirs of this my Last Will and Testament after their decease but if it should so please the Divine power to order it that there should be none Left alive of all the forenamed parties that then the Executor and his heirs shall be possessed with the whole Estate and Lastly I do make ordainConstitute and Appoint Thomas Turner of Ann Arundell County to be the Executor of this my Last Will and Testament.

Likewise I do appoint that my Said Executor Shall have the tuition and bringing up of my Dear Children Nathaniel and John Stinchcomb and further for the Overseers of this Will I do Appoint Richard Moss and Thomas Homeward*of the Same County to be the Overseers att their time and pleasure to Call to an accompt the Executor for the performance of this my Will and See it be performed. 

One (thing more allmost forgotten) I give as a Legacy a Cow Calfe the next Spring apeece to Every Servant that then Shall be in Service.  In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and

Seal this 18th Day of August 1673. 

Signed Sealed and Delivered

in ther presence of us                                 Thomasin  T.S.  Stinchcomb

John Peisley                                                                 Sealed

Miles Gibson

 

On the back of the above Said Will was thus Written 

 Vizt.

To the Honble Philip Calvert Esqr. Chief Judge or Comissary Genll. for Probate of Wills etc. within this province of Maryland. These may certifie unto Yo'r Hono'r that according to Yo'r Commission to me dirrected and to Mr. Tho. Marsh bearing Date the 24th Septm. 1673 this within menconed Will of

Thomn. Stinchcomb the Relict and Executrix of Nathaniel Stinchcomb both of them deceased was proved to be the Reall Act and Deed of the Decedent upon the Oath of Miles Gibson the 26th of November 1673 and upon Oath of John Peisley the 5th of December 1673.

Both sworn in Comon forme.

Witness my hand and Seal the 5th of December 1673.

 

*  Blanche Burkley is properly Blanche Burle, wife of Stephen

    Burle.   Thomas Homeward is properly Thomas Homewood.

 

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Thomasine Mastey are:

        51               i.               John6 Stinchcomb, born 1673 (Source: (1) Richard W. Stinchcomb., (2) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986, page 21.).

+      52              ii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born 1671 in Baltimore, Maryland; died Abt. May 1710 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

        36.  Rebecca5 Stinchcomb (Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 16, 1636/37.  She married Maurice Hancock April 15, 1661 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.  He was born January 19, 1631/32 in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.

 

Notes for Rebecca Stinchcomb:

.  Rebecca, b. about 1641; m. at Hawkesbury, 15 April 1661, Maurice Handcock, of that parish.  Their children (unnamed) are legatees in the wills of Nathaniel Stinchcomb, 11 June 1670, and of Nathaniel's widow, Thomasine, 18 Aug 1673.  She may be the "Rebeckah Hancock" who appears in the Anne Arundel County Rent Roll of 1707 as possessed of "Crouch's Triangle," 40 acres, surveyed on 12 May 1664 for William Crouch, lying on the north side of the Severn River in Broad Neck Hundred, St. Margaret's Parish (Md. Hist. Mag., XXVI, 179).  If so she may have brought over her nephew, Nathaniel Stinchcomb (b. 1676), and may have reared her other nephew, Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard" (b. about 1671).  Rebecca Stinchcomb (b. about 1708), daughter of this latter Nathaniel, may have been named for her.

       

Child of Rebecca Stinchcomb and Maurice Hancock is:

        53               i.               Stephen6 Handcock, born Abt. 1665 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

        42.  Nathaniel6 Stinchcomb (Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: page 8., (2) Richard W. Stinchcomb., (3) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986, page 6.) was born 1676 in Hawksbury ,    England, and died 1728 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married (1) Elizabeth Chappell August 16, 1702 in All Hollows Parish, Anne Arundel co., Maryland.    He married (2) Anna Merriken January 03, 1704/05 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  She was born Abt. 1670 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

       

Child of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Elizabeth Chappell is:

        54               i.               Elizabeth7 Stinchcomb, born December 13, 1704 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died 1705 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Anna Merriken are:

+      55               i.               Mary7 Stinchcomb, born February 07, 1708/09 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

+      56              ii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born February 16, 1712/13 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died March 1742/43 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      57             iii.               John Stinchcomb, born May 17, 1717 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died 1749 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      58             iv.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born January 25, 1718/19 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died 1810 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      59              v.               Lewis Stinchcomb, born February 03, 1721/22 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        60             vi.               Charles Stinchcomb, born May 28, 1725 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

 

        52.  Nathaniel6 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.) was born 1671 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died Abt. May 1710 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married (1) Hannah Randall 1697, daughter of Christopher Randall and Johanna Norman.  She was born Abt. 1682 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died Aft. 1740.

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Nathaniel Stinchcomb, elder and sole surviving son of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and his wife Thomasine, was born on "The Tanyard," in Broad Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, about 1671, and died intestate on "The Tanyard," in the Upper Part, North Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore County, shortly before 13 June 1710.  He is named as a son in his mother's will, 18 Aug 1673, and as a legatee in the wills of John Baldwin and Elizabeth Baldwin his widow, of Middle Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, on 12 June 1682 and 29 Dec 1687 (MHR: Wills, liber 1, folios 586-89; liber 4, folio 43; liber 2, folio 217).

 

He married, probably in Baltimore County, about 1697, Hannah (born about 1682), daughter of Christopher Randall of "Norman's Fancy," in Broad Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County

 

It would appear from a petition of James Foster of Anne Arundel County, dated 6 October 1692, that Nathaniel Stinchcomb, as a minor, had sold his Anne Arundel County lands to this Foster and, on reaching his majority, had sold them again to Mr. William Hopkins (Archives of Maryland, VIII, 379-80).   He subsequently sold "Privilege," in Baltimore County, to Capt. Thomas Long of that county, by a deed of 20 November 1703; and it was confirmed to Long's son, John Long, by Nathaniel's elder son and heir, in a deed of 6 October 1758 (MHR; Baltimore County Land Record, liber TR #A, folios 119-20; liber B #G, folios 240-41).

 

At or soon after his marriage Nathaniel acquired "The Tanyard," named for his birthplace, 193 acres in the Upper Part, North Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore County, surveyed for him on            1698 and resurveyed on 22 August 1702.  To this he added an adjacent tract, "The Reserve," sometimes called "Addition," or "The Quarter," 200 acres, surveyed for him on 29 September 1704.  The combined tract of 393 acres formed his dwelling plantation.  It was adjacent to "Stout," the home of his brother-in-law Christopher Randall, and adjacent to or very near the plantations of William Hamilton and John Whipps.  Of it Charles Carroll, barrister (d. 1782) in his "Collection of Land Certificates," says:  "Stinchcomb mortgaged this to Brice which was redemed by Edward Teal who entailed it to his Daughter Ruth Teal for whose Husband Edmond Howard J. Gardiner run it" (quoted in Md. Mist. Mag., XVI, 245).   The deed by Sarah Brice of Anne Arundel County, widow of John Brice, to Edward Teal, is dated 28 April 1720 (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber TR #DS, folios 209-12).

 

An inventory of the estate of "Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb" taken on 13 Jun 1710 by John Israell and John Whipps and presented on __ January 1710/11 by "Edwd Teal et ux.," shows a personal estate of L 75.17.8.  It is signed by John Brice and John Harriman as creditors and by (Stinchcomb's brothers-in-law) Christopher and Thomas Randall as "of kinn".  (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 3, folder 36, photostat).  On 2 March 1712/3 Edward Teale and Hannah his wife submit their account (MHR: Baltimore County Original Accounts, box 3, folder 12, photostat).

 

Nathaniel and Hannah Stinchcomb appear to have had seven children.  Of these the paternity of three (Mary, John, and Nathaniel) can be readily demonstrated.  That of Helen is supported by abundant but rather diffuse evidence.  That of the others can at present only be presumed.  The names of Hannah and Anna suggest that they were twins.

 

notes of D.M.Owings

 

More About Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Date born 2: 1671, Anne Arundel Co., MD (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

Died 2: May 1710, Baltimore Co., MD (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

 

Notes for Hannah Randall:

Hannah (born about 1682), daughter of Christopher Randall of "Norman's Fancy," in Broad Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, by his wife Johanna, and sister of Christopher Randall and Thomas Randall, half sister of George Norman and of Amy Norman wife of Hector Maclane, all of Baltimore County. Hannah; married first, in or about 1797, Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard" in North Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore County, who died intestate shortly before 13 June 1710 She would marry, secondly, in 1710, Edward Teal of "The Tanyard," who would die testate shortly before 14 January 1720/21.  She would die intestate after 30 June 1740. (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 3, folder 36; Baltimore County Original Wills, box 3, folder 68, photo.).  

 

On 13 Jun 1710 her brothers Christopher and Thomas Randall sign as "of kinn" an inventory of the estate of her late husband "Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb"  (see below).  Under the name Hannah Teal she signs as "Sister" an inventory of the estate of her brother Thomas Randall (3 August 1722), and one of the estate of her brother Christopher Randall (20 September 1735).  With her son John Stinchcomb she signs, on 30 June 1740, as "Nearest of Kinn" an inventory of the estate of her daughter, Mary Smith (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 3, folder 36; box 5, folder 28; box 8, folder 41; box 9, folder 23, photostats).

 

notes of D.M.Owings

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Hannah Randall are:

+      61               i.               Mary Ann7 Stinchcomb, born 1698; died Bef. June 30, 1740.

+      62              ii.               John Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1700 in Broad Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County,Maryland; died Bef. 1777 in Baltimore, Maryland.

+      63             iii.               Helen Stinchcomb, born 1702 in Baltimore, Maryland; died WFT Est. 1703-1796.

+      64             iv.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born 1704 in Baltimore, Maryland; died Abt. July 08, 1748 in Baltimore, Maryland.

+      65              v.               Hannah Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1706 in Baltimore, Maryland; died January 22, 1737/38.

        66             vi.               Anna Stinchcomb (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.), born Abt. 1706 in Baltimore, Maryland; died WFT Est. 1707-1800 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.).

 

Notes for Anna Stinchcomb:

Anna, b. about 1706, presumed twin of Hannah; m. prior to 11 February 1725/6, _____ Galloway of Baltimore County.  On this date she signs as a witness the deed of Rachel Owings described above.  As all other persons figuring in this deed are either Owingses or Stinchcombs, and as Anna was probably not an Owings, she would appear to have been a Stinchcomb.  To this compiler the fact that she could sign her name is strong subjective evidence pointing in the same direction.  Anna Stinchcomb, daughter of (her brother) John Stinchcomb, born 2 Sept 1745 (St. Paul's Register), would have been named for her.

 

More About Anna Stinchcomb:

Date born 2: 1706 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

 

        67            vii.               Rebecca Stinchcomb (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.), born 1708 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.); died WFT Est. 1709-1802 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.).

 

Notes for Rebecca Stinchcomb:

.  Rebecca, b. about 1708; presumably named for her father's aunt, Rebecca Hancock.  Rebecca Stinchcomb, eldest daughter of (her brother) John Stinchcomb, born 4 March 1733/4 (St. Paul's Register), would have been named for her.  Further research will probably show that she married a Hamilton, a Gardiner, a Whipps, or a Baker.

 

 

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

        55.  Mary7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born February 07, 1708/09 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  She married Richard Todd March 03, 1727/28 in St. Margaret's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: Central Ohio Gene. Notes), p.9.).  He was born 1699 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and Richard Todd are:

        68               i.               Thomas8 Todd, born 1727 (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.).

        69              ii.               Rachel Todd, born 1730 (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.).

        70             iii.               Rezir Todd, born 1731 (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.).

 

 

        56.  Nathaniel7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born February 16, 1712/13 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died March 1742/43 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Anna Hawkins May 20, 1735 in Saint Pauls Parish, Baltimore, Maryland.  She was born Abt. 1715 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Notes for Anna Hawkins:

Married three times. first to John Burle(Burley), then to Nathaniel, then to Phillip Pettibone.

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Anna Hawkins are:

+      71               i.               Hammutal8 Stinchcomb, born March 12, 1735/36 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        72              ii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: (Central Ohio Gene. Notes), p.9.), born September 21, 1739.

+      73             iii.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born May 21, 1742 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1829 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

        57.  John7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 17, 1717 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died 1749 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Mary Davis December 1742 in Baltimore, Maryland. 

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

Baptized at St,Pauls Parish 21 December 1748. The record is at St. Margarets church,  it differs from St. Pauls in that he was b. Dec. 29, 1748. ??).

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Mary Davis are:

        74               i.               Rachel8 Stinchcomb, born February 06, 1744/45.

        75              ii.               John Stinchcomb, born December 21, 1748.

 

 

        58.  Thomas7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio (no 172), National Genealogical Quarterly (Central Ohio Gene. Notes), p.9.., (2) Richard W. Stinchcomb.  Richard has shown that this child is of the  union of Nathaniel and Ann Burle.) was born January 25, 1718/19 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland) was born January 25, 1718/19 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died 1810 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Sarah Kierby (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio (no 172), National Genealogical Quarterly (Central Ohio Gene. Notes), p.9.) Abt. 1750 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  She was born Abt. 1730, and died 1848 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

 

Notes for Thomas Stinchcomb:

Richard W. Stinchcomb has shown that this child is of the  union of Nathaniel and Ann Burle. He  was born January 25, 1718/19 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb and Sarah Kierby are:

        76               i.               Ann Kierby8 Stinchcomb, born 1755 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        77              ii.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born 1757 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        78             iii.               Henrietta Stinchcomb, born 1759 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        79             iv.               Hannah Bright Stinchcomb, born 1762 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        80              v.               Rebecca Stinchcomb, born 1763 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        81             vi.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born 1765 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

        82            vii.               William Stinchcomb, born 1766 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        83           viii.               Hanna Stinchcomb, born 1760 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

 

 

        59.  Lewis7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes., (2) St. Margaret's Church Record.) was born February 03, 1721/22 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Ann Wright November 16, 1741 in St. Margarets Parish, Anne Arundel co., Md.  She was born Abt. 1720 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

       

Children of Lewis Stinchcomb and Ann Wright are:

        84               i.               Nehemiah8 Stinchcomb, born February 02, 1740/41.

        85              ii.               Anna Stinchcomb, born February 02, 1741/42.

        86             iii.               Mary Stinchcomb, born December 31, 1746.

        87             iv.               Charles Stinchcomb, born March 05, 1750/51.

        88              v.               John Stinchcomb, born June 08, 1754.

 

 

        61.  Mary Ann7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1698 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.), and died Bef. June 30, 1740 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.).  She married (1) John Newsome February 16, 1714/15 in Maryland, son of Thomas Newsome and Catherine ?.  He was born September 28, 1694, and died April 19, 1720.  She married (2) William Smith Bef. August 03, 1723 in Maryland, son of George Smith.  He died Bef. January 02, 1738/39.

 

Notes for Mary Ann Stinchcomb:

Mary, b. about 1698; m. first, as "Mary Frinchecome," at St. George's Church, 16 Feb 1714/15 (St. George's Register), John Newsom (son of Thomas) of "Contrivance," on Delf Creek, Spesutia Hundred, St. George's Parish, Baltimore (now Harford) County, who d. intestate 19 April 1720 (St. George's Register); and secondly, prior to 3 Aug 1723, William Smith (son of George) of Spesutia Hundred, who settled with her on "Contrivance" (MHR: Testamentary Papers, box 29, folder 39, photostat).  Smith died testate shortly before 2 Jan 1738/9, and his widow survived him but briefly.

 

 An inventory of her estate, dated 30 June 1740, is signed by (her mother) Hannah Teale and (her brother) John Stinchcomb as "Nearest of Kinn"; it is presented on 23 Sept 1740 by her administrator (and son-in-law) John Bailey, husband of her daughter the former Helen Newsom (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 9, folder 23, photostat). ).  An account of her estate presented by John Bailey on 8 August 1747, refers to "the dec's late husband William Smiths Estate" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Accounts, box 8, folder 55, photostat). 

 

The Newsom children were Thomas and Helen.

The Smith children were William, George, Nathaniel, and Hannah.

 

notes by D.M.Owings

 

More About Mary Ann Stinchcomb:

Name 2: Mary Stinchcomb (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.)

 

Notes for John Newsome:

John Newsom, son of Thomas Newsom and Catherine his wife, was born on "Delf" on 28 Sept 1694 and died on "Contrivance," intestate, on 19 April 1720 (St. George's Reg.).  

 

He married at St. George's Church, on 16 February 1714/15, "Mary Frinchecome,"  (St. George's Register) properly Stinchcomb, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard" in Upper North Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore County, by his wife Hannah Randall, Stepdaughter of Edward Teal of "The Tanyard," sister of John Stinchcomb and Nathaniel Stinchcomb, niece of Christopher and Thomas Randall.   She survived him and married secondly, prior to 3 August 1723, William Smith (son of George) of "Contrivance," in Spesutia Hundred (see below).  Smith died testate shortly before 2 January 1738/9, and she died intestate shortly before 30 June 1740.  An inventory of her estate, taken on this date by George Stokes and Samuel Griffith, is signed as "Nearest of Kin" by (her mother) Hannah Teale and (her brother) John Stinchcomb and is presented on 23 September by her administrator (and son-in-law) John Bailey (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 9, folder 23, photostat).

 

On 3 August and 21 October 1723 warrants were issued by the Commissaries General at Annapolis, in the name of the Proprietary, to the Sheriff of Baltimore County, for the arrest of William Smith and Mary his wife, "lately called Mary Newsum Relict and Admrx of John Newsum late of your County Decd," who were to be required to show cause why they refused to administer his estate (MHR: Testamentary Papers, box 29, folder 39, photostat).

 

In an additional account of the estate of (Mary's stepfather) Edward Teal of "The Tanyard" (d. 1720), dated 15 May 1727, is the notation of a sum owed to (Teal's stepson-in-law) "John Newsham" paid to "Mary Newsham Wido of sd Jno" (MHR: Accounts, liber 8, folios 197-98, photostat).  The register of St. George's Church shows the births of two children:

 

        I       Thomas, b. 16 Dec 1715; named for his paternal grandfather;

                principal legatee in his grandfather's will, dated 25 Jan 1720/1;

                died single on 5 March 1733/4 (St. George's Register).

 

        II     Helen, b. 14 Aug 1718; named for her mother's sister; mentioned

                as "Ellin Nussum" in the will of her grandfather, Thomas Newsom,

                25 Jan 1720/1, and as "Hellen Newsom" in that of her stepfather,

                William Smith, dated 26 Nov 1738 (MHR: Baltimore County

                Original Wills, box 3, folder 56; box 5, folder 86, photostats)

               

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Notes for William Smith:

William Smith, son and heir of George Smith by Hannah his wife, was born 1 May 1695 and died testate shortly before 2 January 1738/9.  He is probably the William Smith who was sheriff of Baltimore County in 1732/3 and he should not be confused with William Smith of North Patapsco Hundred (son of James Smith and brother-in-law of George Norman the younger) who died testate in 1731/2.

 

He married shortly before 3 August 1723, Mary (born about 1698), daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard," Upper North Patapsco Hundred, by Hannah Randall his wife, stepdaughter of Edward Teal of "The Tanyard," sister of John and Nathaniel Stinchcomb, and widow of John Newsom of "Contrivance" on Delf Creek in Spesutia Hundred.  On 3 August and 21 October 1723 warrants were issued by the Commissaries General at Annapolis, in the name of the Proprietary, to the Sheriff of Baltimore County, for the arrest of William Smith and Mary his wife, "lately called Mary Newsum Relict and Admrx of John Newsum late of your County Decd," who were to show cause why they refused to administer his estate (MHR: Testamentary Papers, box 29, folder 39, photostat).  This Mary survived him briefly and died intestate shortly before 30 June 1740.

 

Soon after attaining his majority he sold to James Phillips on Baltimore County, by a deed of 2 January 1716/7, his 200 acre plantation of Bush River (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber TR #A, folios 477-80).  On his marriage in 1723 he settled on the Newsom plantation on Delf Creek consisting of "Contrivance," 200 acres, and "Newsom's Meadow," 50 acres.  This was at that time the property of his stepson, Thomas Newsom.  At Thomas's death on 5 March 1733/4 (St. George's Register) it passed to his sister, Helen Newsom, from whom, by a deed of 20 March 1736/7, Smith purchased it (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #M, folios ____).  Meantime he had bought from Roger Matthews of Baltimore County, by a deed of 8 November 1729, "Benjamin's Choice," 254 acres, in Hedge's Neck of Spesutia Hundred (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber IS #K, folios 141-43).

 

In his will, dated 26 November 1738 and proved 2 January 1738/9, he appoints his wife Mary executrix and names his "four Children vizt: Wm Smith Junr, George Smith, Nathaniel Smith and Hannah Smith."  He leaves his dwelling plantation of 250 acres on Delf Creek ("Contrivance" and "Newsom's Meadow") to his wife for her life with reversion equally to his sons George and Nathaniel Smith.  His executrix is to convey to "Hellen Newsom" the 254 acres of "Benjamin's Choice."  The will is signed "Wm Smith" and is witnessed by Henry Hale, Aquila Paca, and George Lester (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 5, folder 86, photostat).

 

An inventory of his estate, taken on 29 June 1739 by George Stokes and Samuel Griffith, and presented on 23 August 1739 by Mary Smith, his administratrix, shows a personal estate of L292.1.4.  It is signed by Josias Middlemore and Edward Waken (presumably as creditors) and by Daniel Ruff and Henry Thomas (presumably as relations).  (Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 8, folder 51; Inventories, liber 24, folios 166-68).  On 1 September 1739 Mary Smith, widow of William Smith, conveys to John and Helen Bailey (formerly Helen Newsom) the tract called "Benjamin's Choice," being 254 acres.  The witnesses are Richard Gist and Thomas Sheredine (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #IA, folios 271-73).

 

An inventory of the estate of Mary Smith, late of Baltimore County, is made up on 30 June 1740 by George Stokes and Samuel Griffith and presented on 23 September 1740 by her administrator (and son-in-law) John Bailey.  It shows a personal estate of L320.12.6. currency and is signed by Nathan Rigbie and Josias Middlemore as creditors, by (her mother) Hannah Teale and (her brother) John Stinchcomb as "Nearest of Kin" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 9, folder 23, photostat).  An account of her estate presented by John Bailey on 8 August 1747, refers to "the dec's late husband William Smiths Estate" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Accounts, box 8, folder 55, photostat).  William and Mary Smith had four children, all named in his will:

 

        I       William, named for his father.

        II     George, named for his paternal grandfather.

        III        Nathaniel, named for his maternal grandfather.

        IV    Hannah, named for her two grandmothers.

 

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Children of Mary Stinchcomb and John Newsome are:

        89               i.               Thomas8 Newsome, born December 16, 1715; died March 05, 1733/34.

        90              ii.               Helen Newsome, born August 14, 1718 in Maryland.  She married John Bailey; born in Maryland; died 1789 in Maryland.

 

Notes for Helen Newsome:

Helen Newsom, daughter of John Newsom and his wife Mary Stinchcomb, was born on "Contrivance" on 14 August 1718 and died in 1801.  She married, shortly before 1 September 1739, her half second cousin, John Bailey (sic) of Baltimore County, son of George Baley of that county by his wife Sarah Maclane.  On the death of her brother, Thomas Newsom, 5 March 1733/4, she inherited the old Newsom homestead, consisting of "Contrivance," 200 acres, and "Newsom's Meadow," 50 acres, on Delf Creek, where she was residing with her mother and her stepfather.  This plantation she conveyed to her stepfather, William Smith, by a deed of 20 March 1736/7 (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #M, folios _____).  Pursuant to directions embodied in Smith's will, 26 November 1738, his widow and executrix, Mary Smith, conveyed to John and Helen Bailey (formerly Helen Newsom), by a deed of 1 September 1739, "Benjamin's Choice," 254 acres in Hedges' Neck of Spesutia Hundred (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #IA, folios 271-73).  John Bailey died in 1789.  As administrator of the estate of (his mother-in-law) Mary Smith, he presented an inventory on 23 September 1740 and an account on 8 August 1747 (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 9, folder 23; Baltimore County Original Accounts, box 8, folder 55, photostats).  On 8 February 1762 he witnesses, with (his wife's uncle and her first cousin) Henry Owings and Henry Owings, Jr., the will of Henry's brother, John Owings of "Long Acre," Upper North Patapsco Hundred; and on 13 October 1765 he signs as a surety, with John Robinson, the bond of the widow and executrix, Asenath Owings (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 11, folder 53; Testamentary Proceedings, liber 41, folio 217, photostats).  It is probable that John Owings's earlier wife, Hannah, who had died on 22 January 1738/9 (St. Paul's Register), was a Stinchcomb and hence an aunt of Bailey's wife.  It was presumably in the interest of her children that Bailey was chosen to act as a surety.

 

 

 

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and William Smith are:

        91               i.               William Smith8 Jr..

        92              ii.               George Smith.

        93             iii.               Nathaniel Smith.

        94             iv.               Hannah Smith.

 

 

        62.  John7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.) was born Abt. 1700 in Broad Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County,Maryland, and died Bef. 1777 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Katherine MacLane July 23, 1733 in Saint Pauls Parish, Baltimore, Maryland, daughter of Hector MacLane and Amy Norman.  She was born Abt. 1710 in Maryland, and died Bef. June 08, 1791 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

.  John Stinchcomb, elder son of Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard," by his wife the former Hannah Randall, was born in 1700 according to his deposition of 1767.  He died testate shortly before 10 September 1779.

 

He married in Baltimore County, about 1733, his half first cousin, Catherine (born in or before 1718), daughter of Hector Maclane of "Hector's Fancy," in Upper North Patapsco Hundred, by Amy Norman, daughter of George Norman and Johanna of Anne Arundel County.  Her father left her, in his will, dated 2 July 1722 and proved 1 October 1722, half (150 acres) of "Hector's Chance," which, in her own will, dated 10 August 1790 and proved 18 June 1791, she describes as her dwelling plantation and leaves equally to her sons Christopher and Enoch Stinchcomb (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 4, folder 20; Baltimore County Wills, liber 4, folios 553-55, photostats).

 

John Stinchcomb was a captain of militia (cf. his deposition of 1767 above) and was in 1748-50 and 1754-56 a member of the vestry of St. Thomas's Parish.  As elder son he inherited his father's remaining land, "Stinchcomb's Park," 600 acres, which by will he divided among his sons Maclane, William, Christopher, and Enoch Stinchcomb.  By patent and by purchase he acquired numerous other tracts, but he probably resided on his wife's part of "Hector's Chance."

 

On 23 September 1734 he witnesses, with (his half brother) Emanuel Teale and (his first cousin-in-law) Samuel Owings, the will of (his uncle) Christopher Randall of "Stout" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 5, folder 51, photostat).

 

On 30 June 1740 he signs, with (his mother) Hannah Teale, as "Nearest of Kin" an inventory of the estate of (his sister) Mary Smith, which was then presented by (his nephew-in-law) John Bailey, her administrator (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 9, folder 23, photostat).

 

On ______ 1746 he signs, with (his first cousin) Christopher Randall son of Thomas, as "relations," an inventory of the estate of Henry Butler of "The Hope," late husband of (their half first cousin and his wife's full first cousin) Susanna Norman (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box __, folder __).

 

On 23 February 1746/7 he signs, with (his half brother) Emanuel Teal, apparently as a relation, an inventory of the estate of (his brother) Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "Bachelor's Hope" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 10, folder 52, photostat).   He and (his first cousin) Christopher Randall son of Thomas then serve as sureties for Patience Stinchcomb the administratrix (MHR: Accounts, liber 25, folios 149-51, photo).

 

His will is dated 30 September 1775 and proved 10 September 1779 and is witnessed by Stephen Treacle and (Henry Butler's grandsons) Benjamin Wells, Jr., and Absalom Wells.  In it he appoints his wife Catherine and his sons Aquila and Maclane executors.  He mentions his sons Nathaniel, John, Aquila, George, Maclane, William, Christopher, and Enoch, his grandson John Stinchcomb, son of his son Norman, and his daughter Catherine Stinchcomb (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 16, folder 44, photostat).

 

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More About John Stinchcomb:

Date born 2: 1700 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

Died 2: WFT Est. 1701-1790 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

 

Notes for Katherine MacLane:

The will of  Catherine Stinchcomb, dated 10 August 1790 and proved 18 June 1791, is witnessed by George Zimmerman, George Wilderman, and Henry Green.  She divided her 150 acres of "Hector's Chance" between her sons Christopher and Enoch, refers to her grandson John Stinchcomb, son of Norman, and to "all my children" (MHR: Baltimore County Wills, liber 4, folios 553-54, photostat).  John and Catherine Stinchcomb had fourteen children; the births of the first nine are recorded in the register of St. Paul's church:

 

I. Rebecca, b. 4 March 1733/4; named for her father's sister.

II.  Norman, b. 26 Sept 1735; named for his maternal grandmother's family.

III.  Sarah, b. 11 Sept 1737; named for her mother's sister, Sarah Baley.

IV.  John, b. 6 July 1739; named for his father.

V.  Hannah, b. 10 Jan 1740/1; named for her paternal grandmother; see below

VI.  Nathaniel, b. 22 March 1742/3; named for his paternal grandfather.

VII.  Anna, b. 2 Sept 1745; named for her father's sister.

VIII.  William, b. 11 Nov 1746; named for his mother's brother, William Maclane.

IX.  Aquila, b. 7 May 1749; named for his father's cousin, Aquila Randall.

X.  George, b. ____; named for his mother's grandfather, George Norman.

XI.  Maclane, b. ______; named for his mother's family.

XII.  Christopher, b. ______; named for his father's uncle, Christopher Randall.

XIII.  Enoch, b. ______; probably named for an otherwise unknown brother of his mother's.

XIV.  Catherine, b. ______; named for her mother.

 

 

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Children of John Stinchcomb and Katherine MacLane are:

        95               i.               Rebecca8 Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Church Records of Maryland and Delaware 1600-1800, (Family Line publication), "CD-ROM,"., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.), born March 04, 1732/33 (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178, page 8, Rebekah, b. 4 March 1733/34 d/o John & Katherine Stinchcomb.).  She married Robert Jarvis Abt. 1750 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        96              ii.               John Jr. Stinchcomb (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.), born September 26, 1735 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died September 26, 1735 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        97             iii.               Norman Stinchcomb (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178.), born September 26, 1735 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178, page 10, Norman, b. 26 November 1735  s/o John & Katherine Stinchcomb.); died Abt. 1775 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Notes for Norman Stinchcomb:

Veteran of the French and Indian War

 

        98             iv.               Sarah Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.), born April 23, 1737.

+      99              v.               John Stinchcomb, born July 06, 1739 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1807 in Baltimore, Maryland.

+      100           vi.               McLane Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1740.

+      101          vii.               Hannah Stinchcomb, born January 10, 1739/40.

+      102         viii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born March 22, 1741/42.

        103            ix.               Anna Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.), born September 02, 1745.

+      104             x.               William Stinchcomb, born November 11, 1746 in Saint Pauls Parish, Baltimore, Maryland; died Aft. 1800 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (?).

+      105            xi.               Aquilla Stinchcomb, born May 07, 1749 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1827.

+      106           xii.               Christopher Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1750 in Baltimore, Maryland; died December 31, 1814 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        107          xiii.               George Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes., (2) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986.), born Abt. 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland; died March 17, 1825 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Abarilla Andrews (Source: (1) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes., (2) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986.) June 21, 1783 in Baltimore, Maryland; born Abt. 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1784 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Notes for George Stinchcomb:

George, Non-Juror to Oath of Allegiance in 1778.

 

 

More About George Stinchcomb:

Burial: Old Light Street, ME church, Baltimore Maryland

 

+      108          xiv.               Enoch Stinchcomb, born 1770 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1825 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

        63.  Helen7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.) was born 1702 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.), and died WFT Est. 1703-1796 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.).  She married Henry Owings, son of Richard Owings and Rachel Beale.  He was born 1690 in Maryland, and died Abt. 1764 in North Carolina.

 

Notes for Helen Stinchcomb:

.  Helen, b. about 1702; m. about 1719, Henry Owings of "Long Acre," Upper North Patapsco Hundred, son of Capt. Richard Owings and Rachel his wife.  As "Helling" she relinquishes her dower right in Henry Owing's deed of 21 March 1729/30 conveying "Paran" and "The Plains of Paran" to William Hammond of Baltimore County, a deed witnessed by John Moale (an associate of Hammond's) and (her uncle) Christopher Randall (MLO: Provincial Court Record, liber BL #6, folios 371-73).

 

She is named as a wife in the will of Henry Owings, dated 20 June 1760, and as a mother in that of Michal Owings, dated 20 May 1784 (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 11, folder 53, Original Wills, box O, folder 14, photostats).  This Michal Owings, believed to have been the third child, was born in 1723, for she gives her age as 28 in a deposition of 2 July 1751 (MLO: Chancery Record, liber 8A, folio 932, photostat).  In a deed of 11 Feb 1725/26 Rachel Owings of Baltimore County, widow, gives livestock to her "grandchildren" (Helen's children)  Micha (Michal), Elijah, and Bezaleel Owings; witnesses are (Helen's sister) Anna Galloway, (Henry's brother) Joshua Owings, and (Helen's brother) Nathaniel Stinchcomb (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber IS #H, folio 223, photostat).  Henry Owing's will, witnessed by (his brother) Joshua Owings, (a creditor) Thomas Miller, and John Grundry, dated 20 June 1760 and proved 25 Feb 1764, appoints his wife and his son Bezaleel executors and names all the children.  On the executors' bond (Henry's nephew) Edward Norwood and (Helen's half brother) Emanuel Teal, sign as sureties 25 Feb 1764.  The inventory, dated 22 Oct 1764, is signed by George Miller and Thomas Miller as creditors and by (Henry's son) Elijah Owings and (Henry's brother and brother-in-law) John Owings as "kinn."  It shows a personal estate of L 228.16.10 (MHR: Testamentary Proceedings, liber 40, folio 192; Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 14, folder 47, photostats).  The children, rather eccentrically named, were:  Elijah, Bezaleel, Michal, Leah, Henry, Nathaniel, Helen.

       

Children of Helen Stinchcomb and Henry Owings are:

        109             i.               Bazaleel8 Owings, born Abt. 1721; died Abt. 1781.

        110            ii.               Michal Owings, born 1723 in Maryland; died 1787.

        111           iii.               Leah Owings, born 1727; died 1815.  She married Capt. Alexander Wells; born 1727; died 1813.

        112           iv.               Henry Owings, born Abt. 1729.

        113            v.               Nathaniel Owings, born Abt. 1731.  He married Urath Kelley 1763 in Maryland.

        114           vi.               Helen Owings, born Abt. 1733.  She married George Scott.

+      115          vii.               Elijah Owings, born Abt. 1719.

 

 

        64.  Nathaniel7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.) was born 1704 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: (1) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986., (2) Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died Abt. July 08, 1748 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: (1) Richard W. Stinchcomb., (2) Stinchcomb, From here to now  by Herbert Drucker, pub. 1986, page 9.).  He married Patience Rowls January 15, 1732/33 in St. Pauls Parish, Maryland (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178, page 31, Nathaniel Stinchcomb m. Patience Rowls 15 January 1733.).  She was born 1705 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Nathaniel, b. about 1704; an inventory of his estate, dated 23 Feb 1746/7, is signed, apparently as kin, by (his brother) John Stinchcomb and (his half brother) Emanuel Teal (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 10, folder 52, photostat).

 

  Nathaniel Stinchcomb, younger son of Capt. Nathaniel Stinchcomb of "The Tanyard" by Hannah Randall, was born about 1704 and died intestate shortly before 22 February 1746/7. 

 

He married, in Baltimore County, about 1733, Patience, who survived him and married, secondly, about 1749, Jacob Rowles of Baltimore County.  She was probably a daughter of Major Richard Colegate of Patapsco Hundred whose will is dated 8 Aug 1721 and proved 16 February 1721/2 and is witnessed by William Connell, Edward Cox, George Newport, William Wright, and William Tucker.  In it he appoints his wife Rebecca and his son Richard executors.  Legatees are his wife and his children Richard, John, Thomas, Benjamin, Prudence, Patience, and Temperance.  To Patience and Temperance he leaves "Friend's Discovery," 500 acres, and other lands bought of Edward Williams of North Carolina (MHR: Wills, liber 17, folio 230; Baldwin, V, 104).

 

On 11 February 1725/6 Nathaniel Stinchcomb witnesses, with (his sister) Anna Galloway and Joshua Owings, a deed by Rachel Owings, widow, conveying livestock to her "grandchildren," (Stinchcomb's niece and nephews) Mica (Michal), Elijah, and Bezaleel Owings (children of Henry Owings by Helen Stinchcomb) (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber IS #H, folio 223, photostat).

 

On 20 December 1737 he purchases of (his brother) John Stinchcomb of "Hector's Chance," 100 acres of "Bachelor's Hope" and "Addition to Bachelor's Hope," 50 acres, in a deed witnessed by (his first cousins) Christopher Randall son of Thomas, and Roger Randall son of Christopher.  To this he added on 10 August 1742, 75 acres of "Pistole," purchased of Vachel Denton of Anne Arundel County (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #I_, folios 41-43; liber TB #C, folios 63-65).  He probably lived on "Bachelor's Hope."  He was in 1742-44 one of the original vestrymen of St. Thomas's parish.

 

The inventory of his estate, made up by William Hamilton and Cornelius Howard on 23 February 1746/7, and presented by Patience Stinchcomb, his administratrix, on 3 March 1746/7, shows a personal estate of L 416.14.6 currency.  It is signed by Thomas Hanson and James Hood as creditors and by (his brother) John Stinchcomb and (his half brother) Emanuel Teal, apparently as relations (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 10, folder 52, photostat).

 

An account by Patience Stinchcomb, 8 July 1748, names (his brother) John Stinchcomb and (his first cousin) Christopher Randall son of Thomas as her sureties and refers to a sum owed the vestry of St. Thomas's parish.  An additional account, by Jacob Rowles and Patience his wife, widow of the deceased, 16 June 1750, names the children as Nathaniel, Patience, John, Sarah, Mary, and Thomason (sic) Stinchcomb.  They turn in a second additional account on 4 August 1750 (MHR: Accounts, liber 25, folios 149-51; Baltimore County Original Accounts, box 9, folder 11; Accounts, liber 28, folios 214-15 (photostats).  Nathaniel and Patience Stinchcomb had six children; births of the first five are recorded in the register of St. Paul's church:

 

I.  Nathaniel, b. 7 Nov. 1734; named for his father.

II.  Patience, b. 22 Sept 1736; named for her mother.

III.  John, b. 25 Jan 1738/9; named for his father's brother.

IV.  Sarah, b. 5 Sept 1741; named for her father's step grandmother, Sarah Teal.

V.  Mary, b. 5 Sept 1743; named for her father's sister, Mary Newsom or Smith.

VI.  Thomasine, b. about 1745; named for her father's grandmother.

 

 

More About Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Date born 2: 1704 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

Died 2: WFT Est. 1705-1794 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Patience Rowls are:

        116             i.               Nathaniel8 Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178.), born November 07, 1734 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.).

        117            ii.               Patience Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes., (3) St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178.), born September 22, 1736 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM").).

        118           iii.               John Stinchcomb (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes., (3) St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178.), born January 25, 1738/39 (Source: Bill and Martha Reamy, Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM").).

        119           iv.               Sarah Stinchcomb (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178, page 15, Sarah, b. 24 September 1741 d/o Nathaniel & Patience Stinchcomb.), born September 24, 1741.

        120            v.               Mary Stinchcomb (Source: St. Pauls Church Register, FTM CD#178, page 15, Mary, b. 5 September 1743 d/o Nathaniel & Patience Stinchcomb.), born September 05, 1743.

        121           vi.               Thomasine Stinchcomb, born 1745.

 

 

        65.  Hannah7 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213, Date of Import: Feb 16, 2000.) was born Abt. 1706 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died January 22, 1737/38 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.).  She married John Owings Abt. 1726, son of Richard Owings and Rachel Beale.  He was born 1693.

 

Notes for Hannah Stinchcomb:

Hannah, b. about 1706; named for her mother; m. about 1726, John Owings of "Long Acre," younger brother of (her brother-in-law) Henry Owings of "Long Acre."  She died intestate on 22 Jan 1738/9 (St. Paul's Register) leaving five children:  Sophia, Hannah, Caleb, John, and Rachel.  (Sophia and Caleb were named for members of the neighboring Dorsey family.)  John Owings then married secondly, Asenath, parentage unknown, by whom he had other children, and who survived him.  His will, dated 8 Feb 1762 and proved 30 Oct 1765, is witnessed by (his brother and brother-in-law) Henry Owings, (his double nephew) Henry Owings, Jr., and (his former wife's nephew-in-law, the husband of her niece Helen Newsom) John Bailey.  The bond of Asenath Owings as executrix, dated 13 Oct 1765, is signed as sureties by this John Bailey and (her own kinsman?) John Robinson (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 11, folder 53; Testamentary Proceedings, liber 41, folio 217, photostats).  It is presumed that Bailey acted as surety in order to look after the interests of Hannah's children. 

 

 

 

More About Hannah Stinchcomb:

Date born 2: 1706 (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1,  (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #1213.)

       

Child of Hannah Stinchcomb and John Owings is:

        122             i.               Hannah8 Owings, born 1729; died Abt. 1794.  She married Nathan Peddicoard; born 1729; died Bet. 1788 - 1796.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

        71.  Hammutal8 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.) was born March 12, 1735/36 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She married (1) Richard Boone.    She married (2) Benjamin Fowler (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.) 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.). 

 

Notes for Richard Boone:

Richard Boone was a mariner, and lost at sea

       

Child of Hammutal Stinchcomb and Richard Boone is:

        123             i.               Ann9 Boone, born June 04, 1754 (Source: Harry Waring Stinchcomb.).

 

 

        73.  Thomas8 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 21, 1742 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1829 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married (1) Elsie Killman August 03, 1777 in Baltimore, Maryland.    He married (2) Sarah Ross May 26, 1814 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She was born 1790 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 1851 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

 

More About Thomas Stinchcomb:

Burial: Manhatten Beach Cemetery (Source: John Thomas Gurney lll, Manhatten Beach Cemetery, (Cemetery Inscriptions Ann Arundel Co. Vol ll), p. 19.).)

 

More About Sarah Ross:

Burial: Manhatten Beach Cemetery (Source: John Thomas Gurney lll, Manhatten Beach Cemetery, (Cemetery Inscriptions Ann Arundel Co. Vol ll), p. 19.).)

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb and Elsie Killman are:

+      124             i.               Nathaniel9 Stinchcomb, born 1778 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; died November 1833 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

        125            ii.               Hanna Stinchcomb, born 1785 in Maryland.  She married Nathan Bright 1801 in Maryland.

+      126           iii.               Rebecca Stinchcomb, born 1786.

        127           iv.               Thomas Stinchcomb, born 1790.

+      128            v.               William Henry Stinchcomb, born 1790 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died 1829 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

       

Children of Thomas Stinchcomb and Sarah Ross are:

        129             i.               Ruth9 Stinchcomb, born 1795.

        130            ii.               Henrietta Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1798.

 

 

        99.  John8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born July 06, 1739 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1807 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Ann ? 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland. 

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

 John Sr., Oath of Allegiance 1778, before Hon. Richard Cromwell.

 

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Ann ? are:

        131             i.               Nathaniel9 Stinchcomb.

        132            ii.               Levi Stinchcomb.

        133           iii.               Vachel Stinchcomb.

        134           iv.               Hannah Stinchcomb.  She married Elijah Milmer September 16, 1793.

        135            v.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb.  She married George Zimmerman November 28, 1797.

+      136           vi.               Absolom Stinchcomb, born 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland; died 1833 in Elbert county, Georgia.

        137          vii.               John Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1766.  He married Ruth Lewis.

 

Notes for John Stinchcomb:

John Jr., Oath of Allegiance, 1778, before Hon. William Lux.

 

 

        138         viii.               Victor Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1775.

 

 

        100.  McLane8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1740.  He married Achsah Merryman May 13, 1778 in Baltimore, Maryland, daughter of Samuel Merryman and Jane Price.  She was born December 26, 1751.

 

Notes for McLane Stinchcomb:

Had one son and four daughters.

McLain, Non-Juror to Oath of Allegiance in 1778.

 

       

Child of McLane Stinchcomb and Achsah Merryman is:

        139             i.               Samuel9 Stinchcomb, born 1779.

 

 

        101.  Hannah8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 10, 1739/40.  She married Elijah Owings 1757, son of Henry Owings and Helen Stinchcomb.  He was born Abt. 1719.

 

Notes for Hannah Stinchcomb:

Hannah Stinchcomb, daughter of Capt. John Stinchcomb of "Hector's Chance" and his wife Catherine Maclane, was born on 10 January 1740/41 (St. Paul's Register).  She married, about 1757, her first cousin, Elijah Owings, eldest son of Henry Owings of "Long Acre," by Helen Stinchcomb his wife.  In 1766 they removed, with her brother Norman Stinchcomb and his son John Stinchcomb, to Rowan (now Davie) County, North Carolina.  There he died testate in January 1805 and she intestate prior to 1810

 

Notes for Elijah Owings:

The will of Elijah Owings, dated 18 August 1804 and proved January 1805 (Rowan County Court House, Wills, liber C, folio 285) names the following children:

 

I.  John, named for his maternal grandfather.

II.  Helen, named for her paternal grandmother.

III.  Norman, named for his mother's brother.

IV.  Bezaleel, named for his father's brother.

V.  Catherine, named for her maternal grandmother.

VI.  Hannah, named for her mother.

VII.  Henry, named for his paternal grandfather.

VIII. Sarah, named for her mother's sister.

IX.  Michal, named for her father's sister.

X.  Leah, named for her father's sister.

 

       

Children of Hannah Stinchcomb and Elijah Owings are:

        140             i.               John9 Owings.

        141            ii.               Helen Owings.

        142           iii.               Norman Owings.

        143           iv.               Bezaleel Owings.

        144            v.               Hannah Owings.

        145           vi.               Catherine Owings.

        146          vii.               Henry Owings.

        147         viii.               Sarah Owings.

        148            ix.               Michal Owings.

        149             x.               Leah Owings.

 

 

        102.  Nathaniel8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) Bill and Martha Reamy, Saint Pauls Parish Baltimore Md. Church records, (Family Line Publication), 17.),  (Family Line Publications "CD-ROM")., (2) Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes.) was born March 22, 1741/42 (Source: Baltimore county families,  1659 - 1759, page 611.).

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Nathaniel, Oath of Allegiance, 1778, before Hon. Ed. Cockey.

Captain in Soldier's Delight Company No. 6, May 13, 1776

(commanded 76 privates) By November 27, 1781 he was

Lieutenant Colonel in the Soldiers Delight Battalion.

 

       

Child of Nathaniel Stinchcomb is:

+      150             i.               John9 Stinchcomb, born November 25, 1767 in Maryland; died August 07, 1840.

 

 

        104.  William8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 11, 1746 in Saint Pauls Parish, Baltimore, Maryland, and died Aft. 1800 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (?).  He married Henrietta ? Abt. 1768 in Maryland.  She was born in Maryland (?), and died Aft. 1831 in Seneca County (?)Ohio.

 

Notes for William Stinchcomb:

Lieutenant, and paymaster in American Revolution. Received 130 acres, "Stinchcombs Park" 1789

Resident of Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

The 1790 Census for Hempstead Twp. In Westmoreland County shows a "William Comb" with  one Female in the household. I would believe that this is William Stinchcomb, and William's wife Henrietta.

William, Oath of Allegiance, 1778, before Hon. Richard Cromwell.

 

 

       

Child of William Stinchcomb and Henrietta ? is:

+      151             i.               George Stinchcomb9 Sr., born Abt. 1779 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

 

        105.  Aquilla8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 07, 1749 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1827 (Source: Clark Sinclair.).  He married Catherine Stansbury (Source: Clark Sinclair.) Abt. 1770, daughter of Capt. Stansbury and Mary Hammond.  She was born March 28, 1749 in St. Pauls Parish, Maryland (Source: Clark Sinclair.), and died Bef. April 1850 in Baltimore, Maryland (Source: Clark Sinclair.).

 

Notes for Aquilla Stinchcomb:

Revolutionary Soldier, Maryland Line. His widow Catherine applied for a pension (R10191) at Baltimore, Md. on 22 April 1850. It was stated that there were 9 Stinchcomb brothers who srv in the Rev. of which some of them were; Nathaniel, William, John, McLane, and Aquilla.

Aquilla's children referred to in 1850 were; Aquilla Jr, George(both deceased), Henrietta Stewart, and another daughter whose name was illegible on the application.

National Archives Series M804, roll #2296 & Series M805 roll #775

Aquilla Stinchcomb served Capt. Wm. B. Dyer's Co. MD Mil. as a private.

 

Aquilla,  Non-Juror to Oath of Allegiance in 1778.  Source YY-50 states

he served in Maryland Militia and was a Revolutionary War pensioner.

 

 

Notes for Catherine Stansbury:

I am not sure how much you have explored Aquilla Stinchcomb's line...but

I am now beginning to think there may be some of his desc may also have

moved to OH.

Aquilla b 7 May 1749 St Paul's Par Baltimore d 1827 m Catherine

Stansbury b 28 Mar 1749

St Paul's Par d bef Apr 1850 Baltimore dau of Capt Tobias Stansbury and

Mary Hammond dau of Thomas Hammond and Catherine Emerson.

children.

1. George (may have m Mary Canon)?

2.Aquilla m Anna

3. Henrietta m Stewart/Steward

4. Rebecca m Weaver or Meador/Wearn and moved to St Louis MO...

5. one other dau mentioned in pension file, but name difficult to read.

 

the sole beneficiary of Aquilla was his brother George b ca 1757 d 17

Mar 1825 Baltimore

m 21 June 1783 St Paul's Arabilla Andrews...(I do not know of his

children....but somewhere

(may have read?) that some desc went to OH.

Clark Sinclair

       

Children of Aquilla Stinchcomb and Catherine Stansbury are:

        152             i.               Aquilla Jr.9 Stinchcomb, died Bef. 1850.  He married Anna ?.

 

Notes for Aquilla Jr. Stinchcomb:

Aquilla's wife Anna applied for a pension,for his service in the War of 1812. file WC-11355,

Stinchcomb, Aquilla, Anna, WC-11355 srv Capt. Wm. B. Dyer's Co., Md. Militia as a pvt.

 

        153            ii.               George Stinchcomb, died Bef. 1850.

        154           iii.               Henrietta Stinchcomb.  She married Unknown Stewart.

        155           iv.               Unknown Stinchcomb.

        156            v.               Samuel Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1770.

 

 

        106.  Christopher8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1750 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died December 31, 1814 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Magdelene Zimmerman October 16, 1793 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She was born 1761, and died Aft. September 27, 1847 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

Notes for Christopher Stinchcomb:

Christopher Stinchcomb is listed in the Maryland Revolutionary Records as having served in the Revolution as a Sergeant in Delaware service. Widow Magdelene Stinchcomb applied for pension 27 September 1847, age 86. (W9319)

 

Christopher, Married Magdaline Zimmerman on October 16, 1793 in

Baltimore County.  Oath of 1778, Baltimore, before Hon. Wm. Lux.

Sergeant, Delaware service.

 

 

More About Christopher Stinchcomb:

Military service: Sergeant in Delaware service

 

Notes for Magdelene Zimmerman:

Applied for pension as wife of Rev. soldier  on  27 September 1847, age 86, in Anne Arundel co., Maryland.

       

Children of Christopher Stinchcomb and Magdelene Zimmerman are:

        157             i.               Enoch9 Stinchcomb, born 1794 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        158            ii.               Nelson Stinchcomb, born 1795 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        159           iii.               Hannah Stinchcomb, born 1796 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        160           iv.               Catherine Stinchcomb, born 1800 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She married George Emmert November 04, 1824 in Baltimore County, Maryland.

 

 

        108.  Enoch8 Stinchcomb (John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1770 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1825 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Sarah Howard March 05, 1792 in Baltimore, Maryland.  She was born Abt. 1770 in Baltimore, Maryland.

       

Children of Enoch Stinchcomb and Sarah Howard are:

        161             i.               Beale9 Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1793.

        162            ii.               Rachel Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1794.

 

 

        115.  Elijah8 Owings (Helen7 Stinchcomb, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1719.  He married Hannah Stinchcomb 1757, daughter of John Stinchcomb and Katherine MacLane.  She was born January 10, 1739/40.

 

Notes for Elijah Owings:

The will of Elijah Owings, dated 18 August 1804 and proved January 1805 (Rowan County Court House, Wills, liber C, folio 285) names the following children:

 

I.  John, named for his maternal grandfather.

II.  Helen, named for her paternal grandmother.

III.  Norman, named for his mother's brother.

IV.  Bezaleel, named for his father's brother.

V.  Catherine, named for her maternal grandmother.

VI.  Hannah, named for her mother.

VII.  Henry, named for his paternal grandfather.

VIII. Sarah, named for her mother's sister.

IX.  Michal, named for her father's sister.

X.  Leah, named for her father's sister.

 

 

Notes for Hannah Stinchcomb:

Hannah Stinchcomb, daughter of Capt. John Stinchcomb of "Hector's Chance" and his wife Catherine Maclane, was born on 10 January 1740/41 (St. Paul's Register).  She married, about 1757, her first cousin, Elijah Owings, eldest son of Henry Owings of "Long Acre," by Helen Stinchcomb his wife.  In 1766 they removed, with her brother Norman Stinchcomb and his son John Stinchcomb, to Rowan (now Davie) County, North Carolina.  There he died testate in January 1805 and she intestate prior to 1810

       

Children are listed above under (101) Hannah Stinchcomb.

 

Generation No. 9

 

        124.  Nathaniel9 Stinchcomb (Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1778 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died November 1833 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married Sarah Moss May 26, 1814 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  She was born 1790 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 1851 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

 

Notes for Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Nathaniel was a member of Captain Boone's 22 Reg., War of 1812

 

More About Nathaniel Stinchcomb:

Burial: Manhatten Beach Cemetery

 

More About Sarah Moss:

Burial: Manhatten Beach Cemetery

       

Child of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Sarah Moss is:

+      163             i.               William Vinton10 Stinchcomb, born November 20, 1829.

 

 

        126.  Rebecca9 Stinchcomb (Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1786.  She married Elijah Pennington 1804 in Maryland. 

       

Child of Rebecca Stinchcomb and Elijah Pennington is:

        164             i.               Elizabeth10 Pennington, born Abt. 1810.

 

 

        128.  William Henry9 Stinchcomb (Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.) was born 1790 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.), and died 1829 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.).  He married Sarah Adams (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.) January 23, 1815 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.).  She was born March 1790 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.), and died December 1849 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.).

 

More About William Henry Stinchcomb:

Burial: Hebbville Cem., Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.)

 

More About Sarah Adams:

Burial: St. Margarets Cem., Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.)

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Sarah Adams are:

+      165             i.               Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr., born September 09, 1815 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died July 30, 1884 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      166            ii.               Margaret Adiline Stinchcomb, born 1819; died 1873.

+      167           iii.               William Jr. Stinchcomb, born 1820 in Maryland; died November 24, 1893 in Maryland.

+      168           iv.               Alfred Asbury Stinchcomb, born July 16, 1823; died April 19, 1900.

 

 

        136.  Absolom9 Stinchcomb (John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1760 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 1833 in Elbert county, Georgia.  He married Mary Penn December 24, 1785 in Amherst county, Virginia, daughter of Phillip Penn and Martha Holloday.  She died Aft. October 24, 1836.

       

Children of Absolom Stinchcomb and Mary Penn are:

        169             i.               Alexander10 Stinchcomb.  He married Mary.

        170            ii.               Aaron Stinchcomb.

+      171           iii.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb.

        172           iv.               Lucy M. Stinchcomb.  She married Simeon Hall November 01, 1827.

+      173            v.               Levi Stinchcomb, born September 23, 1786 in Amherst county, Virginia; died November 29, 1868 in Elbert county, Georgia.

+      174           vi.               Phillip Stinchcomb, born 1792 in Elbert county, Georgia.

+      175          vii.               Nathaniel Stinchcomb, born November 20, 1799 in Elbert county, Georgia; died August 09, 1889 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        176         viii.               Caty Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1800 in Elbert county, Georgia; died August 18, 1879 in Clarke county, Georgia.  She married Burely Andrews January 15, 1818 in Elbert county, GA.

+      177            ix.               Frances Asbury Stinchcomb, born 1802 in South Carolina; died 1894.

+      178             x.               Mary C. "Polly" Stinchcomb, born November 25, 1806 in Elbert county, Georgia; died March 24, 1883 in Elbert county, Georgia.

 

 

        150.  John9 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 25, 1767 in Maryland, and died August 07, 1840.  He married Mary Dever.  She was born February 14, 1773, and died March 27, 1850.

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Mary Dever are:

+      179             i.               Noah10 Stinchcomb, born February 14, 1793 in Maryland; died December 11, 1841 in Washington, D.C..

        180            ii.               Aquilla Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born May 12, 1794 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.).

        181           iii.               John Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born November 20, 1796 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.).

+      182           iv.               Joshua Stinchcomb, born February 10, 1798 in Maryland; died July 06, 1864.

        183            v.               Samuel Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born January 10, 1800 (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died October 13, 1830.

        184           vi.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born December 20, 1802 (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died August 07, 1855.

        185          vii.               Nathaniel McLain Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born March 27, 1805 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died December 21, 1882 in Taney County, Missouri.  He married Ann Shreeve; born August 10, 1797; died January 15, 1886 in Taney County, Missouri.

 

More About Nathaniel McLain Stinchcomb:

Burial: Vanzandt Cemetery, Taney County, Missouri

 

More About Ann Shreeve:

Burial: Vanzandt Cemetery, Taney County, Missouri

 

        186         viii.               Caleb Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born March 20, 1807 (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died February 15, 1857.

        187            ix.               Catherine Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born June 30, 1810 (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.).

        188             x.               Lorenzo Dow Stinchcomb (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), born January 10, 1814 (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died July 27, 1878 in New Lexington, Perry County, Ohio (Source: Perry county, Ohio death records.).  He married Margaret Webster (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); born 1799 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.); died April 01, 1889 in New Lexington, Perry County, Ohio (Source: Perry county, Ohio death records.).

 

Notes for Lorenzo Dow Stinchcomb:

Lorenzo Dow Stinchcomb died in New Lexington, Ohio on 7-27-78. he was 66 yrs old. he was born in Baltimore county, Maryland. A brother of Noah Stinchcomb. Lorenzo's wife Margaret Webster, died 4-1-89, in New Lexington, Perry county, Ohio. she was 89 yrs old. She was born in Maryland. Lorenzo's occupation was "Cooper" He died of "Softening of Brain". Margaret died of "old age". Information taken from Perry County "Record of Deaths" page 21. Probate office, New Lexington, Ohio.

 

 

More About Lorenzo Dow Stinchcomb:

Cause of Death: "Softening of the Brain" (Alzheimers Disease{?})

 

More About Margaret Webster:

Cause of Death: "Old Age"

 

 

        151.  George Stinchcomb9 Sr. (William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1779 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married (1) Mary Hammond Abt. 1790 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, daughter of Daniel Hammond.  She was born Abt. 1775 in Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1816 in Fairfield County (?), Ohio.  He married (2) Mary "Polly" Williamson 1816 in Fairfield County, Ohio, daughter of Peter Jr. and Kesiah Unknown.  She was born in Virginia, and died Aft. 1832 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

Notes for George Stinchcomb Sr.:

George is recorded in the History of Butler County, Pa as having settled in Clinton Township in 1796, along with George Plants. George  occupied the Phillip Snyder Farm, making the first improvements there. Barnett Stepp occupied the farm after George, and died there.

 

Below from the 1883 History of Butler co., Pa

A BEAR STORY

In the early years of the settlement as Patrick HARVEY was on his way to SARVER's Mill one day, he tracked a bear, and following up the trace, ran the brute into a den of rocks some distance above SARVER's. Returning home, he told his neighbors, and readily obtained their promise to join him in his efforts to capture the bear. So, with George PLANTS, George STINCHCOMB and two or three others, he returned to the spot with dogs, guns and other paraphernalia of the chase. The dogs worried the bear so that several times he issued forth, and each time was fired upon. Finally, he was quiet in his den, and neither sending the dogs in nor discharging the guns into the cavern served to move him, but his growls could be heard occasionally. The party saw no way of getting at him and were about giving up, defeated. HARVEY said, "Hold on, I'll go in and try him;" and having caused a rope to be tied to his leg, so that he could be drawn out in case of attack, he took his gun in his hand and crawled into the dark cave. Presently he saw two large angry eyes, glaring like balls of fire. Bringing his weapon to his shoulder, he aimed directly between them, fired, and soon the bear was dead. Then, taking the rope from his own leg, he tied it to the bear and slowly backed out through the narrow space by which he had entered. When he was outside his companions speedily drew the dead bear out. He was a huge fellow, and his hindquarters dressed over a hundred pounds each.

 

George  moved with his parents, William and Henrietta Stinchcomb to Westmoreland county, Pa., about 1789/90. There he met/married  Mary Hammond, the daughter of Daniel Hammond Sr.of Rostraver Township. George is recorded on the Butler County, Pennsylvania, Tax List in Middlesex Twp. in 1803, before moving to Thorn Township, Fairfield County, Ohio where he is on the Tax List in 1806.

The 1790 Census for Hempstead Twp. In Westmoreland County shows a "William Comb" with  one Female in the household. I would believe that this is William Stinchcomb, and William's wife Henrietta.  With George already gone from his Father's house,I believe that this would make George Sr.'s date of birth about 1770 to 1774, instead of  about 1779. I would tend to believe the earlier birthdate as George Sr. has a child with Mary Hammond in Pennsylvania (James Stinchcomb) in 1791. I do not believe that George fathered a child on Mary at 12 years of age, and the earlier birthdate would make George about 18 to 21 years old, which is more believable.

 

Mary Hammond is evidently deceased by 1815, as George Sr. Marries Mary "Polly" Williamson on February 5, 1816 in Fairfield County. "Polly" is the daughter of Peter Williamson Jr. and his wife Kesiah Low.

The Will of Daniel Hammond Sr., drawn in 1816, and proved in 1817 gives one third of his Estate to the children of his daughter, "Mary Stench comb". Namely Daniel Camp, his/her* daughter Catherine, James, George, and John.

* see notes for Catherine Stinchcomb below to explain this mistake on the copied will of Daniel Hammond Sr.

……

The Stinchcombs live in Thorn Township, Fairfield County until 1818, when Perry County is formed from Fairfield, Muskingham, and Pickaway counties. Without moving an inch, the Stinchcombs are now living in Thorn Township, Perry County, just across the County line from New Salem in Walnut Township in Fairfield County.

Peter Williamson Jr.'s Verbal Will dated 1812 in Fairfield County names his two oldest sons, Abraham and William, and his two oldest daughters Sidney and "Polly". Other children are mentioned, but not named. This will was witnessed by Peter Williamson Sr., and Ann Cross.

 

 ( Ann Cross makes a deposition about the will, which confirms the contents of the will as transcribed.)

The Will itself is found in the Fairfield County Probate Court, Case number 79. (1812)

 

A Deed recorded in Volume T, pages 504 and 506 in Fairfield county in 1831 shows that George Sr., "Mary, his wife", Joseph and Margaret Richards, and John and Eliza Lewis, all have to sign the deed to sell the land of John W. Williamson (who is deceased) to David Kauffman. Margaret and Eliza being sisters of Mary "Polly" (Williamson) Stinchcomb, and all three being sisters of the deceased John W. Williamson. (Not Proven)

 

In 1819, George sells land to Henry Valentine, George Jr., James, and John Stinchcomb as "Tenants in Common", in section 31, Township 18,Range 17, comprising 50 acres. This land is part of a parcel that George Sr. bought from Edward Teal and his wife Rebecca Teal, on February 7th, 1811 in Fairfield County. George's son Daniel Camp Stinchcomb is not mentioned in this deed, and I would believe that Daniel Camp is already deceased by this time.

George Stinchcomb Sr. migrates (moves) to Seneca County, Ohio in 1828, with his sons James, and John Stinchcomb, and Henry Valentine who has married Catherine "Kitty" Stinchcomb (George's daughter ? ). Henry Valentine is the son of George Valentine, a Revolutionary War Veteran.

 

 Dr. Frank W. Gardner in his "Central Ohio Genealogical notes" in vol. 28 National Genealogical Society Quarterly, mentions Catherine Stinchcomb as Daniel Camp Stinchcombs daughter, " Proving" this by the Will of Daniel Hammond of Rostraver twp., Westmoreland Co., Pa, where he leaves his estate "To the children of my daughter Mary Stinchcomb, viz: Daniel Camp and his daughter Catherine, George, James, and John Stinchcomb, each a share of one third of my estate."

 A problem with this is that Daniel Camp Stinchcomb was born in 1791 in Pennsylvania (Gardner), while Catherine was married to Henry Valentine in October 1812, in Fairfield County, Ohio. Catherine would be a literal "Child Bride" if she was Daniel Camp's daughter.  In the area, and time period involved, it would be more probable that Catherine was George and Mary's daughter.  Catherine's birthdate would be between 1791 and 1798 to be married in 1812.( Ihave postulated a youngest age of fourteen for marriage in 1812, with a birthdate of 1798). It is possible that Dr. Gardner read Daniel Hammond's Will wrong.  If you read "and his daughter" as "and her daughter", it makes more sense. (JSS)

The will that Dr. Gardner read was not the original document. The original document is not to be found so far. The existing copy of the will in the County will book was transcribed there by an official in the County recording office. If Daniel Hammond's handwriting was hard to read, the official could have made a mistake in transcribing the original will into the will book. Thus giving Dr. Gardner a flawed document to read, thereby causing an innocent error on his part in describing the will in his article.

 

Dr. Gardner also relates that George's Mother, Henrietta witnesses a deed for her son in Seneca County in 1831. (There is no mention of William Stinchcomb in any Ohio records searched, so we are assuming that he died and is buried in either Westmoreland, or Butler Counties, Pennsylvania.) More research is needed to establish his place of death.

 

George Sr's son, George Stinchcomb Jr. stays in Thorn Township, Perry County (Created from Fairfield , Muskingham, and Pickaway counties in 1818), and lives there all of his life.

 

Additional note:

"George and Mary Stinchcomb move to Ann Arundel County, Maryland in late 1831 or early 1832, where they buy land from Benedict W. Marroth on April 2, 1832. George and Mary are deceased sometime shortly after 1832 in Ann Arundel County, Maryland." ( per Herbert Drucker)

Mr Drucker's assumption about George and Mary moving to Maryland, and buying land there, is likely incorrect. Moving back to the place where George came from would have been an admittance of failure on George's part, and besides which, the process of moving was a hardship in itself.

I believe this to be information about a different George Stinchcomb. Information from Ellen Hurdel in Maryland who looked up this deed leads me to believe that it was really George Stinchcomb, and his wife Mary Cannon Stinchcomb, who have lived in Maryland for some years previous to this.

 

The Methodist Episcopal Church of Bloomville, Seneca County,  has a history extending over more than half a century, being almost a contemporary of the old church at Mohnore, and a sharer in its official and ministerial life for many years. In 1835 the society erected a house of worship on the Stinchcomb farm, and the old building was carried down the years until a church of native stone was erected. The membership of this church at Bloomville is about 100, and the value of the property $3, 500. Rev. E. S. Tompkins is the present pastor.

 

 

 

More About Mary "Polly" Williamson:

Burial: Rock Run Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

       

Children of George Sr. and Mary Hammond are:

        189             i.               Daniel Camp10 Stinchcomb, born 1791.

+      190            ii.               George Stinchcomb Jr., born July 14, 1793 in Westmoreland County, (?) Pennsylvania; died July 11, 1875 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio.

+      191           iii.               James Stinchcomb, born July 1794 in Pennsylvania; died February 22, 1879 in Sycamore, Ohio.

+      192           iv.               Catherine Stinchcomb, born 1795 in Pennsylvania.

+      193            v.               John Stinchcomb, born September 20, 1799 in Butler County, Pennsylvania; died March 20, 1855 in Clinton twp., Seneca co., Ohio.

 

       

Child of George Sr. and Mary Williamson is:

        194             i.               George10 Stinchcomb, born December 09, 1816 in Fairfield County, Ohio; died February 15, 1844 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About George Stinchcomb:

Burial: Bloomville Quarry Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

        163.  William Vinton10 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) was born November 20, 1829 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married (1) Susan F. Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) June 11, 1851 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  She died Bet. 1864 - 1865 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married (2) Aletha J. Stallings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) Bet. 1865 - 1867.  She was born February 10, 1844 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), and died April 13, 1924 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Susan Tydings are:

        195             i.               William Vinton Jr.11 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born March 03, 1852 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died January 13, 1919 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married (1) Roday Francis Johnson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) December 17, 1874 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); born 1853 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married (2) Mary Johnson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) February 03, 1883 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        196            ii.               Selman Asbury Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born December 13, 1855 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        197           iii.               Sarah Rebecca Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born January 23, 1857 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

+      198           iv.               Richard Andrew Jackson Stinchcomb, born February 14, 1860; died March 24, 1914.

        199            v.               Mary Alverta Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born April 1881 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died April 15, 1961 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  She married John A. Aurin (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) June 20, 1919 in Norfolk, Virginia (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); born 1875 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died August 04, 1943 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

 

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Aletha Stallings are:

        200             i.               Daisy Amanda11 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born October 27, 1876 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died April 26, 1954 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  She married Daniel Dunne Jr. (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) April 21, 1911 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); born 1875 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died April 13, 1961 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        201            ii.               Inez Matilda Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born 1870 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  She married Elmer Stewart (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) Abt. 1895 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        202           iii.               Emma Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born November 11, 1884 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        203           iv.               John I. Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born January 04, 1868 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died April 30, 1962 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married Mary F. Unknown (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) Abt. 1890 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); born July 18, 1871 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.); died March 16, 1925 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

 

 

        165.  Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr. (William Henry9 Stinchcomb, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 09, 1815 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died July 30, 1884 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Elizabeth Watson December 04, 1839 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. 

       

Children of Thomas Sr. and Elizabeth Watson are:

+      204             i.               Charles Nathaniel11 Stinchcomb, born September 15, 1840 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died February 22, 1920 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        205            ii.               Mary Elizabeth Stinchcomb, born October 29, 1850 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

+      206           iii.               Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb Jr., born 1855 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        207           iv.               Andrew Jackson Stinchcomb, born July 1861 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

 

 

        166.  Margaret Adiline10 Stinchcomb (William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1819 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb, chart B-4.), and died 1873 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb, chart B-4.).  She married Henry Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) February 01, 1849 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb, chart B-4.).  He was born February 21, 1826 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died 1911 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Children of Margaret Stinchcomb and Henry Tydings are:

+      208             i.               Henry A.11 Tydings, born May 22, 1851.

        209            ii.               Oliver S. Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born January 12, 1858 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

+      210           iii.               Sally (Sarah ?) Tydings, born 1852.

        211           iv.               Emma Florence Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born 1856 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

 

 

        167.  William Jr.10 Stinchcomb (William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.) was born 1820 in Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.), and died November 24, 1893 in Maryland (Source: (1) William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, At quarter part eleven-o'clock on the night of Nov 24th 1893 William Stinchcomb in the 74 year of his age, beloved husband of Roseana Stinchcomb., (2) Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.).  He married Rosina Ann Pumphrey (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.) April 29, 1847 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible.).  She was born 1829 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.), and died March 19, 1900 (Source: (1) William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died March 9 1900 at 4 a.m. Roseana, age 70 years, beloved wife of William Stinchcomb., (2) Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-3.).

 

Notes for William Jr. Stinchcomb:

Notes: William Stinchcomb is in District 3 of Anne Arundel County in the 1850 Cenus,

age 32, a farmer born in MD with reality valued at $3000, Rosena is age 25 born in MD

and listed with them is a 3 year old Charles Stinchcomb. Anne Arundel County Marriage

License is dated 28 April 1847 for William Stinchcomb to Roseana Pumphrey.

 

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Rosina Pumphrey are:

+      212             i.               Alfred Asbury11 Stinchcomb, born November 19, 1848 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died June 07, 1915 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        213            ii.               Mary Elizabeth Stinchcomb (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the evening of June -- 1854 Mary Elizabeth daughter of William and Roseanna Stinchcomb.), born June 1851 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the evening of June -- 1854 Mary Elizabeth daughter of William and Roseanna .); died 1921.  She married Tilghman Brice January 03, 1871 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 3rd of January 1871, _________ Brice to Mary Elizabeth daughter of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.).

+      214           iii.               Rose Ida Stinchcomb, born February 23, 1854 in Maryland; died October 19, 1916.

        215           iv.               Grafton Stinchcomb (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible.), born September 01, 1856 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of Sept 1st 1856 Grafton son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.); died December 02, 1858 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died on the night of Dec 2nd, Grafton, aged 2 years and 2 months son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.).

        216            v.               Frank Mortimer Stinchcomb (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the evening of May 9th 1859 Frank Mortimer son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.), born May 09, 1859 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the evening of May 9th 1859 Frank Mortimer son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.); died December 13, 1932 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died on the morning of Dec 13, 1932 Frank Mortimer Stinchcomb aged 73 years son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.).

        217           vi.               Sarah Stinchcomb (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible.), born November 14, 1861 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the evening of Nov 14th 1861 Sarah daughter of William and Roseanna Stinchcomb.); died August 23, 1945 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died August 23rd 1945 at 12:50 pm Sarah (Sallie) Stinchcomb aged 83 years, daughter of William and Rosina Stinchcomb .).

+      218          vii.               George Randell Stinchcomb, born June 08, 1864; died April 14, 1945.

 

 

        168.  Alfred Asbury10 Stinchcomb (William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born July 16, 1823 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died April 19, 1900 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He married Hester Ann Pumphrey (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) July 01, 1852 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born August 08, 1836 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died April 03, 1888 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

       

Children of Alfred Stinchcomb and Hester Pumphrey are:

        219             i.               Clara11 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born 1856 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.); died December 07, 1926 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married George W. Flerter(?) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About Clara Stinchcomb:

Burial: Green Mount Cem.,Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.)

 

+      220            ii.               William Selman Stinchcomb, born February 21, 1860; died March 25, 1938.

+      221           iii.               Asbury Franklin Stinchcomb, born June 08, 1862; died March 01, 1923.

+      222           iv.               James Alfred Stinchcomb, born April 07, 1864; died July 31, 1934.

+      223            v.               Cora Virginia Stinchcomb, born February 1869; died September 06, 1955.

        224           vi.               Irene Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born January 29, 1873 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.); died November 26, 1933 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About Irene Stinchcomb:

Burial: Cedar Bluff Cem., Annapolis, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.)

 

+      225          vii.               Margaret E. Stinchcomb, born 1875.

        226         viii.               Hester Ann Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born March 12, 1877 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.); died January 26, 1965 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married (1) Unknown Tucker (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married (2) Dorsy Hall (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) Abt. 1900 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About Hester Ann Stinchcomb:

Burial: St. Margarets Cem., Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.)

 

 

        171.  Elizabeth10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1)  She married Gabriel Booth July 26, 1806 in Elbert County, Georgia. 

       

Child of Elizabeth Stinchcomb and Gabriel Booth is:

        227             i.               Absolom11 Booth.

 

 

        173.  Levi10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 23, 1786 in Amherst county, Virginia, and died November 29, 1868 in Elbert county, Georgia.  He married Mary Ridgeway July 24, 1806 in Elbert county, GA. 

 

Notes for Levi Stinchcomb:

Levi Stinchcomb served in Capt. Thompson's Co. GA Mil. as a private. War of 1812, (WC-1428) Pensioner.

       

Children of Levi Stinchcomb and Mary Ridgeway are:

        228             i.               Sarah M.11 Stinchcomb, born August 13, 1808 in Elbert county, Georgia; died August 25, 1855.

        229            ii.               Lucy Stinchcomb, born July 23, 1811 in Elbert county, Georgia; died December 18, 1843.

        230           iii.               Rebecka Stinchcomb, born April 03, 1817 in Elbert county, Georgia; died July 18, 1835.  She married Unknown Bradley.

        231           iv.               John Absolom Stinchcomb, born August 28, 1819 in Elbert county, Georgia; died February 28, 1847.

        232            v.               Mary Catherine Stinchcomb, born April 01, 1821.

        233           vi.               Lucinda Stinchcomb, born November 02, 1824.

        234          vii.               Mahulda Stinchcomb, born February 08, 1825.

        235         viii.               William Stewart Stinchcomb, born January 28, 1826 in Elbert county, Georgia; died May 13, 1833 in Elbert county, Georgia.

        236            ix.               James Thomas Stinchcomb, born July 08, 1827.

+      237             x.               Elizabeth Ann Stinchcomb, born September 16, 1828 in Elbert county, Georgia; died October 07, 1900 in Elbert county, Georgia.

        238            xi.               Eliza Jane Stinchcomb, born May 17, 1831.

 

 

        174.  Phillip10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1792 in Elbert county, Georgia.  He married Henrietta Zermuda Moore, daughter of William Moore and Nancy Bohannon. 

 

Notes for Phillip Stinchcomb:

Phillip Stinchcomb served in Capt. Carter's Co. GA Mil. as a private. War of 1812 (WC-22135) Pensioner.

       

Children of Phillip Stinchcomb and Henrietta Moore are:

        239             i.               Victor John11 Stinchcomb.

        240            ii.               William A. G. Stinchcomb, born July 27, 1823 in Clarke county, Georgia; died May 24, 1885 in Oconee county, Georgia.

        241           iii.               Damaris Zamruda Stinchcomb, born 1826.

        242           iv.               Memory John Milledge Stinchcomb, born 1827.

        243            v.               Mercy A. Stinchcomb, born 1835.

        244           vi.               Francis Stinchcomb, born 1839.

        245          vii.               Batchelor S. O. Stinchcomb, born 1844.

 

 

        175.  Nathaniel10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 20, 1799 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died August 09, 1889 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married Susannah Oliver in Edgefield, South Carolina, daughter of John Oliver. 

       

Children of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Susannah Oliver are:

+      246             i.               Mary Catherine11 Stinchcomb, born 1827 in Fayette county, Georgia; died Aft. 1872.

+      247            ii.               Victor Stinchcomb, born January 23, 1830 in Fayette county, Georgia; died April 25, 1925 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        248           iii.               Sarona Antoinette Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1831 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married James W. Johnson February 01, 1848 in Fayette county, GA.

+      249           iv.               Elizabeth Ann Stinchcomb, born 1833 in Fayette county, Georgia.

+      250            v.               George W. Stinchcomb, born 1835 in Fayette county, Georgia; died July 07, 1872 in Fayette county, Georgia.

+      251           vi.               Bethena Stinchcomb, born 1838 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        252          vii.               Malissa O. Stinchcomb, born 1840 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married James W. Edmonson January 28, 1858 in Fayette county, GA.

+      253         viii.               Susannah Stinchcomb, born June 01, 1844 in Fayette county, Georgia; died March 30, 1921 in Fayette county, Georgia.

+      254            ix.               Phillip Stinchcomb, born 1847 in Fayette county, Georgia; died 1898 in Fort White, Florida.

+      255             x.               John Oliver Stinchcomb, born October 12, 1849 in Fayette county, Georgia; died December 06, 1918 in Fayette county, Georgia.

+      256            xi.               Elijah Similin Stinchcomb, born September 02, 1854 in Fayette county, Georgia; died May 19, 1908 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        177.  Frances Asbury10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1802 in South Carolina, and died 1894.  She married Joseph Sanders Chambers August 29, 1822 in Elbert county, GA.  He was born 1799, and died 1858.

       

Children of Frances Stinchcomb and Joseph Chambers are:

+      257             i.               Sarah11 Chambers, born 1823 in Henry county, GA; died 1840.

+      258            ii.               Mary Frances Chambers, born August 11, 1825 in South Carolina; died September 07, 1912 in Fayette County, Georgia.

        259           iii.               Rebecca Ann Chambers, born 1828; died 1908.  She married Daniel McLucas.

        260           iv.               Martha Chambers, born 1830; died 1913.  She married John Lamb.

+      261            v.               James Absolom Chambers, born 1833; died 1905.

        262           vi.               Elmira Chambers, born 1840; died 1907.  She married James Andrew Bull.

        263          vii.               Joseph Chambers, born 1845; died 1846.

 

 

        178.  Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb (Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 25, 1806 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died March 24, 1883 in Elbert county, Georgia.  She married Joseph Sewell November 21, 1827 in Elbert county, GA, son of James Sewell and Margaret Harris.  He was born December 28, 1802, and died September 25, 1884 in Elbert county, Georgia.

 

More About Mary C. "Polly" Stinchcomb:

Burial: Stinchcomb United Methodist Church, Elbert co., Ga.

 

More About Joseph Sewell:

Burial: Elbert county, Georgia, Stinchcomb United Methodist Church

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and Joseph Sewell are:

+      264             i.               Mary Margaret11 Sewell, born Abt. 1828 in Elbert county, Georgia; died Aft. March 15, 1875.

+      265            ii.               Sarah Sewell, born Bet. 1829 - 1830 in Elbert county, Georgia; died Aft. March 15, 1875.

+      266           iii.               James Victor Sewell, born July 05, 1832 in Elbert county, Georgia; died January 09, 1880 in Elbert county, Georgia.

+      267           iv.               Cornelia H. Sewell, born Bet. 1835 - 1840; died Aft. March 1875.

+      268            v.               Olivia C. Sewell, born October 03, 1843 in Elbert county, Georgia; died October 13, 1886 in Elbert county, Georgia.

+      269           vi.               Susan Rebecca Sewell, born January 19, 1847 in Elbert county, Georgia; died February 17, 1931.

 

 

        179.  Noah10 Stinchcomb (John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records., (2) David E. Stinchcomb, David has Noah born on 2-14-1794.) was born February 14, 1793 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible, Family records page.), and died December 11, 1841 in Washington, D.C. (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  He married (1) Mary Ann Harvey Crown (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) January 06, 1816 in Washington D.C. (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  She was born 1775 in England (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died June 02, 1831 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  He married (2) Sarah Boyd October 14, 1832 (Source: (1) David E. Stinchcomb., (2) Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.).  She was born February 15, 1804, and died February 11, 1862.

 

More About Noah Stinchcomb:

Burial: Washington, D.C. (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.)

       

Children of Noah Stinchcomb and Mary Crown are:

        270             i.               Catherine11 Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born October 15, 1816 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  She married Enoch Lansdale September 01, 1836 in Washington D.C..

        271            ii.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born February 28, 1818 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        272           iii.               Matilda Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born July 18, 1821 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        273           iv.               Johannah Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born May 10, 1823 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  She married John Thomas Goins (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) October 22, 1845 in Washington D.C. (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

+      274            v.               John Decatur Stinchcomb, born December 12, 1826 in Washington D.C.; died September 27, 1909 in Abilene, Texas.

        275           vi.               Nathaniel McClane Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born February 10, 1829 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

+      276          vii.               Noah Wesley Stinchcomb, born February 14, 1825; died 1891.

 

       

Children of Noah Stinchcomb and Sarah Boyd are:

        277             i.               Mary D.11 Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born July 30, 1833 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died February 10, 1834 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        278            ii.               Sarah Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born January 03, 1835 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died July 06, 1835 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        279           iii.               Samuel Taber Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born February 01, 1836 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died November 03, 1884 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        280           iv.               Elizabeth Boyd Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born July 28, 1840 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died July 22, 1841 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

 

 

        182.  Joshua10 Stinchcomb (John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.) was born February 10, 1798 in Maryland (Source: Stinchcomb/Webster Family Bible.), and died July 06, 1864.  He married Teresa Webster February 12, 1824, daughter of Michael Webster and Rebecca Morrison.  She was born November 01, 1794, and died September 20, 1863.

       

Children of Joshua Stinchcomb and Teresa Webster are:

        281             i.               Mary Elizabeth11 Stinchcomb, born October 31, 1824; died February 06, 1895.

        282            ii.               Rebecca Stinchcomb, born April 25, 1826; died July 11, 1826.

+      283           iii.               William Webster Stinchcomb, born November 30, 1827; died December 27, 1888.

+      284           iv.               Samuel Amos Stinchcomb, born December 15, 1829.

        285            v.               Susannah Teresa Stinchcomb, born December 16, 1832; died January 07, 1900.

        286           vi.               Joshua Emory Stinchcomb, born September 30, 1835; died September 18, 1896.

 

 

        190.  George Stinchcomb10 Jr. (George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Dr. Frank D. Gardner, "National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.28, Frank D. Gardner Columbus Ohio," Central Ohio Genealogical notes: Central Ohio Genealogical Notes, by Dr. Frank W. Gardner.) was born July 14, 1793 in Westmoreland County, (?) Pennsylvania, and died July 11, 1875 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith, George Stinchcomb died 11 July, 1875. age 78 yrs.).  He married Ann Wiseman (Source: Gateway to the West  vol. 1   (FTW  CD#175 ), Fairfield co.,Ohio newspaper death notices.  May 1869 to May 1870.) August 24, 1819 in Perry County, Ohio (Source: Gateway to the West  vol. 1, Page 428.), daughter of John Wiseman and Sarah Green.  She was born December 09, 1791 in Rockingham county, Virginia, and died November 17, 1869 in New Salem, Perry county, Ohio (Source: (1) Gateway to the West, Volume 1, Fairfield county, Newspaper death notices May 1869-May 1870., Page 428., (2) Bible of Marguerite Smith, Ann Stinchcomb died 19 November 1869., age 77 yrs., 11 Mo.).

 

Notes for George Stinchcomb Jr.:

George Stinchcomb Jr. was a well liked and respected man in his community as evidenced in the deed records of Perry County, and by the tribute by Charles Milton Lewis (C.M.L.) Wiseman in his books.

 

George was a farmer in Perry County, Ohio, and was also an Administrator for two Estates, where he supervised the sale of land for the deceased individuals Estates. He was a "Trustee between the Parties" in the Divorce of Jeremiah and Catherine Runkle on June 28, 1848. He was the impartial "Third Party" that negotiated the settlement between Jeremiah and Catherine, and arranged for Jeremiah's payments to Catherine of One Hundred Dollars, and the recovery of Catherine's Dower Property, and possessions. (George's fee was One Dollar)

 

George was a member of the Salem Lodge, F&AM (Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio) in 1852.

                     The book, "Pioneers of Fairfield County, Ohio" pub. 1901,  by C. M. L. Wiseman, states: "Ann Wiseman married George Stinchcomb.  They were parents of the late Captain James W. Stinchcomb. "

 

 C. M. L. Wiseman's booklet titled "The Wiseman Family and the Old Church at New Salem" (written in 1887 and published in 1902) states:

 

 Uncle George  Stinchcomb, who married Father's sister, Ann, and lived near neighbor to us all his life, was an honest man of noble and generous impulses.  No man, however humble, ever called upon him in sickness or any kind of distress in vain.  The night was never too dark, the roads never too deep, the cold never too intense for him to answer a call of distress.  He raised two sons, James W. and Frank, who were both men of decided ability, warm and generous friends, and followed their father's example in doing kind and generous deeds.  James W. was a gallant soldier of the Union army.  They were kind to me, and now that they are gone, I cheerfully make this record.

 (Charles Milton Lewis Wiseman was the son of Philip S. and Priscilla Lewis Wiseman. Philip S. Wiseman was a brother to Ann Wiseman Stinchcomb.)

 

George Stinchcomb Jr.'s Will is dated December 17, 1872.

After paying his "Just Debts", he gives his daughter Susan Five Hundred Dollars. The remainder of the Estate is divided three ways between Susan H. Stinchcomb, James W. Stinchcomb, and Elizabeth W. (Stinchcomb) Pugh

There are two promissory notes due the Estate from James W. Stinchcomb. One for Twenty Five Dollars, dated March 1st, 1875, and One for One Hundred Dollars, dated March 28th, 1874. Both Notes bearing 5% interest.

There is a Promissory Note from James Pugh (George Jr.'s son-in-law) for One Hundred Dollars, dated March 19th, 1874, "Interest indorsed on back, one years interest paid".

All three Promissory Notes are charged as assets of the Estate.

 

The will is witnessed by John Sherman, ( General William T. Sherman's brother, and later Senator) and Joseph G. Wiseman. This Will was probated in open Court in Perry County, Ohio on July 16th, 1875, and attested to by both John Sherman and Joseph G. Wiseman. (Joseph G. Wiseman was also the Executor for his Father, The Reverend John Wiseman in 1842.)

George's Will contains three pages of inventory listing his personal, and real property at the time of his death in 1875. Wheat in the field is valued at Two Dollars, while Corn in the field is valued at One Hundred Dollars.

 

 

 

More About George Stinchcomb Jr.:

Burial: July 1875, New Salem M.E. Church cem. Perry county, Ohio

Cause of Death: "Caught in Rain"

 

Notes for Ann Wiseman:

Record of death and burial dates found in Gateway to the West vol.1. Fairfield county,Ohio. Newspaper death notices. May 1869 to May 1870

Extract from the "Ohio Eagle" Newspaper:

11-25-1869 - Died at her residence near New Salem, Perry co., Ohio on 17 Nov. 1869, Mrs. Ann Stinchcomb, wife of George Stinchcomb, aged 77 years and 11 months. Mrs. S. was the daughter of Rev. John Wiseman of the M.E. Church, who moved from Virginia to Ohio in 1818, and she was married on 24 August, 1819 to George Stinchcomb who survives her. Mother of eight children, four of whom are still living; James W. at Logan, Ohio, Elizabeth W. Pugh in Morrow co., Ohio, George F. at Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and Susan H. who lives with her Father.

Funeral 19th at   M. E. Church.

Burial: November 19, 1869, New Salem M.E. Church cem. Perry county, Ohio

 

 

More About Ann Wiseman:

Burial: November 19, 1869, New Salem M.E. Church cem. Perry county, Ohio (Source: Gateway to the West  vol. 1, 428.)

       

Children of George Jr. and Ann Wiseman are:

        287             i.               John W.11 Stinchcomb, died in in infancy.

        288            ii.               Sarah G. Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1820 in Perry county, Ohio, Near New Salem; died in in infancy.

        289           iii.               Mary H. Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1822 in Perry county, Ohio, Near New Salem.

+      290           iv.               James W.Stinchcomb, born February 1822 in Thorn township, Perry county, Ohio; died December 18, 1878 in Adams county, Kennesaw Twp., Nebraska.

+      291            v.               Elizabeth Wiseman Stinchcomb, born May 22, 1825 in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio.; died February 24, 1899 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

+      292           vi.               George F. Stinchcomb, born December 18, 1828 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio; died June 24, 1871 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

        293          vii.               Susan H.Stinchcomb, born 1842 in Thorn twp., Perry County, Ohio; died October 01, 1900 in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio.

 

Notes for Susan H.Stinchcomb:

Living alone on 1900 census in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio.

Susan's grave in the Mound Methodist Episcopal Cem. is marked as SUSANNAH H. STINCHCOMB.

 

Susan's Will, proved October, 1900,  directed that her marker be similar in nature to her Father and Mother's markers. Susan's heirs in her will are her Pugh nieces and nephews, and George F. and Douglas A. Stinchcomb of Cincinnati, Ohio. (Sons of her brother James William Stinchcomb.) Susan is buried next to her Mother, Ann Wiseman Stinchcomb.

 

 

More About Susan H.Stinchcomb:

Burial: Mound M.E. Cemetery, New Salem, Ohio

 

        294         viii.               Henrietta Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1846.

 

 

        191.  James10 Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born July 1794 in Pennsylvania, and died February 22, 1879 in Sycamore, Ohio.  He married Pricilla Weddle 1816 in Manongahela city , Pennsylvania, daughter of James Weddle and Sarah.  She died November 28, 1872 in Sycamore, Ohio.

       

Children of James Stinchcomb and Pricilla Weddle are:

        295             i.               James W.11 Stinchcomb, born 1817.

 

Notes for James W. Stinchcomb:

The benevolent and charitable institutions follow close in the wake of the Christian churches, and, in their way, exercise as great an influence for good as the churches themselves.

Freemasonry, the oldest of all the secret organizations now in existence, is an order of "kingly origin and heavenly aim," and takes for its guide the Holy Bible as its greatest light. To go back to the origin of Masonry would be to go back almost to the beginning of time itself, and our space will not admit of such research.

 A Masonic Lodge was organized in Mount Gilead more than thirty years ago. Mount Gilead Lodge, No. 206, was chartered in October, 1851. The following are the original members: W. C. Clark, Jas. W. Stinchcomb, A. K. Dunn, John B. Dumble, Andrew Poe, T. P. Glidden, Israel Hite, J. A. Beebe, and S. T, Cunard. W. C. Clark was the first Master, James W. Stinchcomb the first Senior Warden, and A. K. Dunn the first Junior Warden. The charter is signed by Most Worshipful W. B. Hubbard, Grand Master, and B. F. Smith , Grand Secretary. The first meeting was held January 6, 1851, the lodge having been organized under dispensation at that time, and chartered in October following. The following additional officers were elected: T. P. Glidden, Treasurer; Andrew Poe, Secretary John B. Dumble, S. D.; J. A. Beebe, J. D., and Israel Hite, Tiler. W. C. Clark, as stated, was the first Master, A. K. Dunn the next, J. W. Stinchcomb the next, and then A. K. Dunn served as Master for eighteen years in succession. The next Master then was J. E. Smith, who served two years, then Allen Levering two years. J. G. Miles is now serving his second year as Master. The present membership is forty three, and J. G. Miles is Worshipful Master; W. C. Wilson, Senior Warden; W. W. McCracken, Junior Warden - A. K. Dunn, Treasurer; W. G. Irwin,

Secretary; Allen Levering, Senior Deacon; James Fulton, Junior Deacon, and S. W. Preston, Tiler.

 

Gilead Chapter, No. 59, Royal Arch Masons, was organized October 16, 1854, with the following charter

members: A. J. Smith, J. A. Beebe, W. C. Clark, J. W. Stinchcomb, A. K. Dunn, J. D. Vore, W. H.

McKee, S. M. Hewett, C. P. Shurr and D. L. Swingley. The original officers were W. C. Clark, High

Priest; J. W. Stinchcomb, King; A. K. Dunn, Scribe. Grand High Priest H. M. Stokes issued the charter,

and it was countersigned by J. D. Caldwell, Grand Secretary. The first meeting was held December 7,

1854, and Dr. I. H. Pennock was the first initiate. There are fifty-two members upon the roll, and the

following are the present officers: A. K. Dunn, M. E.; High Priest; B. B. McGowen, E.-. King; Allen

Levering, E.; Scribe; W. C. Wilson, Captain of the Host; W. H. Burns, Principal Sojourner; W. W.

McCracken, Royal Arch Captain; G. S. Newhouse, J. R. Miles, C. B. Levering, Grand Masters of the

Veils; W. W. McCracken, Treasurer; W. Smith Irwin, Secretary, and S. W. Preston, Sentinel. A move

was made some years ago toward establishing a Council of Royal and Select Masters, and permission

obtained, but from some cause the movement was finally abandoned. There are several Knights Templar among the members of the fraternity, but not a sufficient number to establish a commandery. So, at present, a blue lodge and chapter are all the Masonic bodies in Mount Gilead.

 

Morrow Encampment, No. 59, I. O. O. F., was instituted December 29, 1853, by Henry Lamb, D. G. P.,

and A. K. Foote, Grand Scribe. The following were the original members: J. D. Rigour, D. L. Bartlett,

Stephen Casey, Daniel L. Case, Stephen Morehouse, and J. W. Stinchcomb; of whom the first officers

were J. D. Rigour, C. P.; J. W. Stinchcomb, S. W.; Stephen Casey, Treasurer, and S. Morehouse, Scribe.

The records show twenty-six members, and the following list of officers: H. Campbell, C. P.; J. G. Miles,

H. P.; H. M. Whitby, S. W.; George Jago, Scribe, and William Jacobs, Treasurer.

 

 

 

        296            ii.               Wedd Stinchcomb, born 1819.

        297           iii.               Elizabeth Stinchcomb, born 1821.  She married Martin Henry January 07, 1851 in Seneca county, Ohio.

+      298           iv.               John Wesley Stinchcomb, born September 08, 1826 in Fairfield county, Ohio ?; died March 03, 1885 in Sycamore, Ohio.

+      299            v.               Joseph Stinchcomb, born 1828; died March 11, 1883 in Hastings, Michigan.

        300           vi.               William H. Stinchcomb, born 1831 in Seneca county, Ohio; died August 17, 1914 (Source: Grand Lodge F&AM of the State of Ohio, membership card.).  He married Margaret Skeen (Source: Clark Sinclair.) December 24, 1896 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

Notes for William H. Stinchcomb:

Minister of the Gospel; lived in Schoolcraft, Mich.; married and had a daughter. He was living in 1883 when the history of Wyandotte county, Ohio was published.

 

More About William H. Stinchcomb:

Occupation: Minister of the Gospel

 

+      301          vii.               Daniel Camp Stinchcomb, born April 20, 1834 in Seneca county, Ohio; died February 11, 1879 in Sycamore, Ohio.

 

 

        192.  Catherine10 Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1795 in Pennsylvania (Source: 1850 Morrow County, Ohio.  Federal Census, reel no. 432716   page. 367a, Valentine Catherine age 55.).  She married Henry Valentine October 1812 in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio, son of George Valentine and Mary Grove.  He died March 05, 1868 in Morrow County, Ohio.

 

Notes for Catherine Stinchcomb:

1850 census Morrow county, Ohio

 

 11  246  248 Valentin      Henry            61        M

Farmer           1,500        Ma

 12  246  248 Valentin      Catharine                   55

F                                         Pa

 13  246  248 Valentin      Charlotte                    19

F                                         O                             X

 14  246  248 Valentin      William M.     9

M                                       O 

 

Notes for Henry Valentine:

Henry lived in Thorn twp., Perry co., Ohio til 1828 when he moved to Seneca county, living there ten years. He then moved to Morrow county, Ohio, where he lived until his death in 1868. He married Catherine (Kitty) Stinchcomb after serving in the War of 1812.

 

Morrow county 1850 Federal census, Canaan Twp. page 367a

11  246  248 Valentin       Henry          61   M         Farmer         1,500     Ma

 12  246  248 Valentin       Catharine      55   F                                  Pa

 13  246  248 Valentin       Charlotte      19   F                                  O                       X

 14  246  248 Valentin       William M.     9    M                                  O                       X

                   REMARKS:  might be 7 years old

 

 

More About Henry Valentine:

Military service: Bet. 1812 - 1814, War of 1812 Soldier

       

Children of Catherine Stinchcomb and Henry Valentine are:

+      302             i.               Samuel11 Valentine, born 1816.

+      303            ii.               Charlotte Valentine, born Abt. 1831.

+      304           iii.               Mary Ann Valentine, born May 18, 1821 in Fairfield County, Ohio; died December 14, 1884 in Morrow County, Ohio.

 

 

        193.  John10 Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 20, 1799 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died March 20, 1855 in Clinton twp., Seneca co., Ohio.  He married Barbara Turflinger November 12, 1828 in Fairfield county, Ohio.  She was born January 05, 1807 in Ohio, and died October 13, 1865 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About John Stinchcomb:

Burial: Bloomville Quarry Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

More About Barbara Turflinger:

Burial: Bloomville Quarry Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Barbara Turflinger are:

        305             i.               Elizabeth11 Stinchcomb.  She married John A.Warren August 15, 1847.

        306            ii.               Mary J. Stinchcomb, born March 02, 1843 in Seneca County, Ohio; died July 24, 1849 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About Mary J. Stinchcomb:

Burial: Bloomville Quarry Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

        307           iii.               Sarah Ann Stinchcomb.  She married George Telley February 03, 1854 in Wyandot co., Ohio; born in Wyandot county, Ohio.

+      308           iv.               George S. Stinchcomb, born 1829; died February 16, 1876 in Seneca County, Ohio.

+      309            v.               James Stinchcomb, born March 25, 1831 in Bloom Twp., Seneca County, Ohio.

+      310           vi.               Daniel Stinchcomb, born 1836 in Seneca County, Ohio; died 1890.

        311          vii.               Francis A. Stinchcomb, born 1838 in Ohio; died September 01, 1864 in Andersonville Prison Camp, Americus, Georgia.

 

Notes for Francis A. Stinchcomb:

 Francis served between 1861 and 1864 as a sergeant in the 101st OVI, Company H.  He was captured at the Battle of Chickamauga on September 20, 1863, and died of Dysentery/Diarhea at Andersonville Prison Camp in Georgia.

Grave number 7436 at Andersonville Prison Camp Cemetery, Administered by National Park Service.

Memorial stone erected in Bloomville Quarry Cemetery in Seneca County, Ohio

 

 

More About Francis A. Stinchcomb:

Captured: September 20, 1863, Chickamauga, Georgia

Cause of Death: Diarrhea / Dysentery

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1864, Sergeant, 101st OVI Company H.

 

        312         viii.               Henry Stinchcomb, born 1843.

        313            ix.               John W. Stinchcomb, born 1846.  He married Emma C. Smith June 28, 1870 in Seneca County, Ohio.

        314             x.               Martha A. Stinchcomb, born 1848.

        315            xi.               Catherine Stinchcomb, born Abt. September 20, 1840 in Seneca County, Ohio; died September 23, 1842 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About Catherine Stinchcomb:

Burial: Bloomville Quarry Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

        198.  Richard Andrew Jackson11 Stinchcomb (William Vinton10, Nathaniel9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) was born February 14, 1860 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), and died March 24, 1914 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  He married Nancy Helena Morrison (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.) October 19, 1884 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).  She was born December 08, 1862 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), and died June 22, 1914 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

       

Children of Richard Stinchcomb and Nancy Morrison are:

        316             i.               Susan Otto12 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born June 18, 1892 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        317            ii.               Rose Isabella Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born May 27, 1894 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        318           iii.               Horace Norman Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born July 04, 1896 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

        319           iv.               Margaret Helena Jane Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.), born September 28, 1890 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-8.).

 

 

        204.  Charles Nathaniel11 Stinchcomb (Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr., William Henry9 Stinchcomb, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 15, 1840 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland, and died February 22, 1920 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Ann Elizabeth Anderson November 22, 1865 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. 

       

Children of Charles Stinchcomb and Ann Anderson are:

        320             i.               Francis Ashbury12 Stinchcomb, born 1869 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died 1941 in Brooklyn Park, Maryland.  He married Mary Ann Calvert Abt. 1898 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

        321            ii.               Charles Franklin Stinchcomb, born 1872 in Baltimore, Maryland; died October 13, 1936 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Julia Scible March 09, 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        322           iii.               Leonard Roland Stinchcomb, born March 22, 1875 in Baltimore, Maryland; died January 07, 1959 in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Anna Zang 1915 in Baltimore, Maryland.

        323           iv.               Bessie R. Stinchcomb, born December 23, 1876.

 

 

        206.  Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb11 Jr. (Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr., William Henry9 Stinchcomb, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1855 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.  He married Henrietta Unknown. 

       

Child of Thomas Jr. and Henrietta Unknown is:

+      324             i.               George Andrew Jackson12 Stinchcomb, born 1881; died 1945.

 

 

        208.  Henry A.11 Tydings (Margaret Adiline10 Stinchcomb, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) was born May 22, 1851 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb, chart B-4.).  He married (1) Alverda Stallings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) November 17, 1874 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).    He married (2) Sallie L (Stallings) Brown (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) January 10, 1911 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.). 

       

Children of Henry Tydings and Alverda Stallings are:

        325             i.               Roy Vernon12 Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born October 03, 1875 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        326            ii.               Erma A. Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born December 08, 1877 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married R. Duval (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        327           iii.               Horace Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born 1878 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.); died 1893 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        328           iv.               Norman Oliver Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), born 1883 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.); died 1883 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

 

 

        210.  Sally (Sarah ?)11 Tydings (Margaret Adiline10 Stinchcomb, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) was born 1852 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married Selman Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) Abt. 1872 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.). 

       

Children of Sally Tydings and Selman Anderson are:

        329             i.               Harry12 Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  He married Unknown Rayfield (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        330            ii.               Oliver Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  He married Unknown Gorsuch (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        331           iii.               Solan Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married Unknown Rausch (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        332           iv.               Sadie Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married C.L. Tate (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        333            v.               Emma Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married J. Case (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

        334           vi.               Margaret Anderson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

 

 

        212.  Alfred Asbury11 Stinchcomb (William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of Nov 19th 1848 Alfred Asbury the son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb..) was born November 19, 1848 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of Nov 19th 1848 Alfred Asbury the son of William and Roseana  Stinchcomb..), and died June 07, 1915 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died June 7 19115 at 4 a.m. Alfred Asbury, aged 66 years, son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb. .).  He married Sarah Elizabeth Adams (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 2- of August 1872 to Sarah Adams, Alfred Asbury son of Willliam and Roseana Stinchcomb.) August 1872 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 2- of August 1872 to Sarah Adams, Alfred Asbury son of Willliam and Roseana Stinchcomb.).  She was born 1844 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died 1932 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Children of Alfred Stinchcomb and Sarah Adams are:

+      335             i.               Walter Mansfield12 Stinchcomb, born March 11, 1874 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland; died December 18, 1961 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland.

        336            ii.               Bertha Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1876 in Maryland; died in Died Young.

        337           iii.               Robert Adams Stinchcomb, born March 06, 1878; died June 30, 1943.  He married Eve Broadbelt 1906.

+      338           iv.               Masonetta May Stinchcomb, born November 14, 1880 in Maryland; died January 21, 1965.

+      339            v.               Lanona Burdette Stinchcomb, born September 23, 1885 in Maryland; died August 07, 1966.

 

 

        214.  Rose Ida11 Stinchcomb (William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible.) was born February 23, 1854 in Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of Feb 23th 1854 Rose Ida, daughter of William and Roseana .), and died October 19, 1916 (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died Oct 19, 1916 at 4:30 a.m. Rose Ida Brice age 62 years daughter of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.).  She married George Hoffman Brice (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 11th of November 1875 to George Brice, Rose Ida daughter of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.) November 11, 1875 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 11th of November 1875 to George Brice, Rose Ida, daughter of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.).  He was born 1853 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died 1905 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Children of Rose Stinchcomb and George Brice are:

+      340             i.               Rosa12 Brice, born August 14, 1876; died February 12, 1950.

+      341            ii.               Charles Carrol Brice, born 1878; died 1950.

        342           iii.               Garfield Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born Abt. 1882 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

 

 

        218.  George Randell11 Stinchcomb (William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of June 8m 1864, George Randle, son of William and Rosana Stinchcomb.) was born June 08, 1864 (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Born on the morning of June 8m 1864 George Randle son of William and Rosana Stinchcomb.), and died April 14, 1945 (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Died on the morning of April 14th 1945 George Randle Stinchcomb. aged 80 years. son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb..).  He married Ann Eleanor Waring (Source: William and Rosina Pumphrey Stinchcomb Bible, Married on the 26th of October Eleanor Waring,  George Randell, son of William and Roseana Stinchcomb.) in Maryland.  She was born October 26, 1866 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died November 11, 1934 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Ann Waring are:

        343             i.               Agnes Gertrude12 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born July 24, 1889 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died July 02, 1890 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        344            ii.               Theodore Franklin Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born September 10, 1887 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died August 30, 1964 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  He married Charlotte Matilda "Lottie"Jenkins (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); born July 10, 1888 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died August 03, 1967 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

+      345           iii.               William Waring Stinchcomb, born October 08, 1890 in GlenBurnie, Maryland; died February 07, 1955.

        346           iv.               Audrey Victoria Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born September 19, 1892 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died July 22, 1977 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  She married George Albert Jenkins (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) October 28, 1916 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); born September 05, 1892 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died January 01, 1960 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

 

 

        220.  William Selman11 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born February 21, 1860 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died March 25, 1938 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He married Daisy (Mary) Marshall (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born 1867 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died July 07, 1931 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About William Selman Stinchcomb:

Burial: St. Margarets Cem., Maryland

       

Child of William Stinchcomb and Daisy Marshall is:

        347             i.               Agnes12 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

 

        221.  Asbury Franklin11 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born June 08, 1862 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died March 01, 1923 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He married Sarah E. Spriggs (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) November 24, 1885 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born December 19, 1863 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died December 05, 1941 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About Asbury Franklin Stinchcomb:

Burial: Cedar Bluff Cem., Annapolis, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.)

 

More About Sarah E. Spriggs:

Burial: Cedar Bluff Cem., Annapolis, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.)

       

Children of Asbury Stinchcomb and Sarah Spriggs are:

        348             i.               Edward A.12 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born Abt. 1886 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

+      349            ii.               Roland Linwood Stinchcomb, born August 03, 1898; died April 1953.

 

 

        222.  James Alfred11 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born April 07, 1864 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died July 31, 1934 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He met Sarah V. Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) November 27, 1890 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born 1869 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died April 23, 1963 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

       

Child of James Stinchcomb and Sarah Tydings is:

+      350             i.               Elder Tydings12 Stinchcomb, born October 05, 1891; died February 23, 1970.

 

 

        223.  Cora Virginia11 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born February 1869 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died September 06, 1955 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married Fred A. James (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) November 18, 1909 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He was born 1877 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died 1945 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

More About Cora Virginia Stinchcomb:

Burial: St. Margarets Cem., Maryland

 

More About Fred A. James:

Date born 2: New York

Occupation: Printer

       

Children of Cora Stinchcomb and Fred James are:

        351             i.               Elmer H. James12 James (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

        352            ii.               Unknown Daughter James (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married Fred Powell.

 

 

        225.  Margaret E.11 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born 1875 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She married A.W. Tilghman (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.). 

       

Child of Margaret Stinchcomb and A.W. Tilghman is:

        353             i.               Earl12 Tilghman (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

 

        237.  Elizabeth Ann11 Stinchcomb (Levi10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 16, 1828 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died October 07, 1900 in Elbert county, Georgia.  She married Thomas Jr. Phelps, son of Thomas Phelps Sr.. 

       

Children of Elizabeth Stinchcomb and Thomas Phelps are:

        354             i.               Mahulda Ann12 Phelps, born June 13, 1847.  She married William G. Sanders November 26, 1868 in Elbert county, GA.

        355            ii.               Levi Thomas Phelps, born June 12, 1848.  He married Letty.

        356           iii.               John J. Phelps, born 1849.

        357           iv.               Reuben H. Phelps, born 1852.

        358            v.               Malinda Minty Phelps, born 1856.

        359           vi.               Sarah E. Phelps, born 1859.

        360          vii.               Zamy Phelps, born 1859.

        361         viii.               William D. Phelps, born 1864.

        362            ix.               Leona Phelps, born 1868.

        363             x.               Cornelia S. Phelps, born 1870.

 

 

        246.  Mary Catherine11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1827 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died Aft. 1872.  She married James Richard Posey Chambers July 19, 1842 in Fayette county, GA. 

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and James Chambers are:

        364             i.               William W.12 Chambers, born 1844.

        365            ii.               James R. Chambers, born February 24, 1847 in Fayette county, Georgia; died February 05, 1913 in Clayton county, GA.

        366           iii.               Elizabeth A. Chambers, born 1848.

        367           iv.               M. A. Chambers, born 1852.

        368            v.               L. Eveline Chambers, born 1852.

        369           vi.               James Chambers IV, born 1854.

+      370          vii.               Alvy Curtiss Chambers, born 1856.

        371         viii.               Bethany Chambers, born 1858.

 

 

        247.  Victor11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 23, 1830 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died April 25, 1925 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married (1) Sarah Ann Brown January 29, 1851 in Fayette county, GA.    He married (2) Mary E. Lloyd November 18, 1866 in Fayette county, GA. 

 

More About Victor Stinchcomb:

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1865, Confederate veteran

       

Children of Victor Stinchcomb and Sarah Brown are:

        372             i.               Elizabeth Ann12 Stinchcomb, born 1852.

        373            ii.               Nathaniel D. Stinchcomb, born 1853.

        374           iii.               William V. Stinchcomb, born February 1855.

        375           iv.               M. A. Stinchcomb, born 1858 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married T. P. Waler November 06, 1878 in Fayette county, GA.

+      376            v.               George W. Stinchcomb, born April 1860; died 1931.

        377           vi.               Joseph Frank Stinchcomb, born May 1861 in Fayette county, Georgia; died 1931.  He married Rosa P. Soper.

 

 

        249.  Elizabeth Ann11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1833 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married Dan C. Stokes December 15, 1853 in Fayette county, GA. 

       

Child of Elizabeth Stinchcomb and Dan Stokes is:

        378             i.               George W.12 Stokes, born 1856.

 

 

        250.  George W.11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1835 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died July 07, 1872 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married (1) Mary Ann Chandler 1858 in Fayette county, GA.  She was born 1839, and died December 20, 1871.  He married (2) Martha Ann Harper December 20, 1871 in Fayette county, GA.  She was born November 06, 1844, and died December 20, 1920.

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Mary Chandler are:

+      379             i.               Elizabeth J.12 Stinchcomb, born December 26, 1858 in Fayette county, Georgia; died April 12, 1881 in Fayette county, Georgia.

+      380            ii.               Tallulah Stinchcomb, born December 18, 1860 in Fayette county, Georgia; died June 24, 1899 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        381           iii.               Selena Etta Stinchcomb, born 1865.

+      382           iv.               George Pierce Stinchcomb, born August 1868 in Fayette county, Georgia; died 1939 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

       

Child of George Stinchcomb and Martha Harper is:

+      383             i.               Georgia Ann12 Stinchcomb, born December 14, 1872 in Fayette county, Georgia; died July 15, 1963 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        251.  Bethena11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1838 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married William Jasper Bankston July 15, 1858 in Fayette county, GA. 

       

Child of Bethena Stinchcomb and William Bankston is:

        384             i.               James Victor12 Bankston, born June 22, 1859; died September 23, 1943 in Clayton county, GA.

 

 

        253.  Susannah11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born June 01, 1844 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died March 30, 1921 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married (1) Unknown Robinson.    She married (2) Newton Vineyard January 31, 1860 in Fayette county, GA.  He was born 1840.

       

Child of Susannah Stinchcomb and Newton Vineyard is:

        385             i.               Yancey12 Vineyard, born June 01, 1866 in Fayette county, Georgia; died April 30, 1907 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        254.  Phillip11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1847 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died 1898 in Fort White, Florida.  He married Louisa Denham March 05, 1874 in Fayette county, GA.  She was born 1848, and died 1917 in Fort White, Florida.

 

Notes for Phillip Stinchcomb:

Columbia County Florida Confederate Pension Application Files Index

A03318 STINCHCOMB, Phillip    Georgia                     Louisa Denham (wife)              1903

Carroll COUNTY GA Military (Civil War) 1st Georgia Reserves [Fannin's] - Company F

 

 

More About Phillip Stinchcomb:

Burial: Fort White Cemetery, Columbia County, Florida

 

Notes for Louisa Denham:

Louisa applied for Confederate pension in 1903, after Phillip's death in Columbia County, Florida Pension Flie no. A 03318

 

More About Louisa Denham:

Burial: Foot White Cemetery, Columbia County, Florida

       

Children of Phillip Stinchcomb and Louisa Denham are:

        386             i.               J. Clyde12 Stinchcomb, born 1878; died 1902 in Fort White, Florida.

 

More About J. Clyde Stinchcomb:

Burial: Foot White Cemetery, Columbia County, Florida

 

        387            ii.               Nellie Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1878.

        388           iii.               Pauline Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1880.

        389           iv.               Lois A. Stinchcomb, born 1880; died 1899 in Fort White, Florida.

 

More About Lois A. Stinchcomb:

Burial: Foot White Cemetery, Columbia County, Florida

 

 

        255.  John Oliver11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born October 12, 1849 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died December 06, 1918 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married Millo Cecelia Glower February 10, 1874 in Fayette county, GA. 

       

Child of John Stinchcomb and Millo Glower is:

        390             i.               Andrew O.12 Stinchcomb, born November 29, 1874 in Fayette county, Georgia; died October 19, 1892 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        256.  Elijah Similin11 Stinchcomb (Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 02, 1854 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died May 19, 1908 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married Mary Ann Elizabeth Brown March 11, 1877. 

       

Children of Elijah Stinchcomb and Mary Brown are:

        391             i.               Elsie Russell12 Stinchcomb, born 1877 in Fayette county, Georgia; died 1940.

        392            ii.               Ernest Esco Stinchcomb, born March 1878 in Fayette county, Georgia; died 1958 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        393           iii.               Annie Stinchcomb, born October 1882 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        394           iv.               George Jerome Stinchcomb, born February 05, 1885 in Fayette county, Georgia; died November 15, 1938 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        395            v.               Henry Embry Stinchcomb, born June 13, 1887 in Fayette county, Georgia (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died January 11, 1966 in Fayetteville, Georgia (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

        396           vi.               Myrtle Kate Stinchcomb, born January 1892 in Fayette county, Georgia; died Abt. 1950 in Atlanta, Georgia.

        397          vii.               Gertrude Lee Stinchcomb, born February 1894 in Fayette county, Georgia; died September 09, 1974 in Jacksonville, Florida.  She married W. S. Singletary.

        398         viii.               Van Buren Stinchcomb, born January 1896 in Fayette county, Georgia; died in Jacksonville, Florida.  She married Roy Permenter.

 

 

        257.  Sarah11 Chambers (Frances Asbury10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1823 in Henry county, GA, and died 1840.  She married William Mills. 

       

Child of Sarah Chambers and William Mills is:

        399             i.               James Joseph12 Mills.

 

 

        258.  Mary Frances11 Chambers (Frances Asbury10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born August 11, 1825 in South Carolina, and died September 07, 1912 in Fayette County, Georgia.  She married Rev. Bogan Mask, son of Silas Mask and Judith Boggan.  He was born October 12, 1821 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died August 28, 1898.

       

Children of Mary Chambers and Bogan Mask are:

        400             i.               Elizabeth Ann12 Mask, born 1845 in Alabama; died July 03, 1921 in Inman, Fayette County, Georgia.  She married Charles Ervin Dick August 10, 1871 in Fayette County, Georgia.

        401            ii.               Martha Frances Mask, born 1846.  She married Unknown Holt.

        402           iii.               Joseph Silas Mask, born July 13, 1847; died June 03, 1933.  He married Nancy E. (Nanny) Duffy.

        403           iv.               James William (Jimmy) Mask, born March 12, 1852 in Fayette County, Georgia.  He married Betty Murphy 1882.

        404            v.               Elmira Mask, born Aft. 1852.  She married William Giles 1871.

        405           vi.               Mary Jane (Molly) Mask, born Aft. 1853.  She married Joseph Seymour Lee.

        406          vii.               John Daniel Mask, born Aft. 1854.  He married Belle Chappell 1886.

 

 

        261.  James Absolom11 Chambers (Frances Asbury10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1833, and died 1905.  He married Mary Dorman. 

       

Children of James Chambers and Mary Dorman are:

        407             i.               Mary Frances12 Chambers.  She married John Archer.

        408            ii.               Joseph Alfred Chambers, born 1852; died 1914.  He married Mary Lewis.

        409           iii.               Sarah A. E. Chambers, born 1853; died 1876.  She married F. P. Dorton.

        410           iv.               John William Chambers, born 1855; died 1928.  He married Iloa Ellen Celestia Womack.

        411            v.               James Absolom Chambers, born 1859; died 1938.

        412           vi.               Martha Caroline Chambers, born 1861; died 1934.  She married David Young Jones.

        413          vii.               Lucy Catherine Chambers, born 1862; died 1940.  She married Lemuel Evans Womack.

        414         viii.               Daniel Wesley Chambers, born 1866; died 1940.  He married Lizzie Ophelia Womack.

        415            ix.               Dora Chambers, born 1867.  She married Ned Whitmarsh.

 

 

        264.  Mary Margaret11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1828 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died Aft. March 15, 1875.  She married Rev. William T. Norman November 1844 in Elbert county, GA. 

       

Children of Mary Sewell and William Norman are:

        416             i.               Joe12 Norman.

        417            ii.               Janie Norman.

        418           iii.               Tommie Norman.

 

 

        265.  Sarah11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Bet. 1829 - 1830 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died Aft. March 15, 1875.  She married Thomas Clinton Ham December 20, 1849 in Elbert county, GA. 

 

More About Sarah Sewell:

1.: 1829, Cornelia Dickerson Lee's family notes suggest this was "Nettie"

 

More About Thomas Clinton Ham:

1.: Cornelia Dickerson Lee's notes spell this "Hamm", which Acker spells it "Ham". suspect Acker is right.

Occupation: Minister

       

Children of Sarah Sewell and Thomas Ham are:

        419             i.               Joe12 Ham.

        420            ii.               Will Ham.

        421           iii.               Cape Ham.

        422           iv.               Sallie Ham.

 

 

        266.  James Victor11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born July 05, 1832 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died January 09, 1880 in Elbert county, Georgia.  He married Edna Ann Ham November 01, 1855 in Elbert county, GA, daughter of Willis Ham and Elizabeth Dickey.  She was born January 16, 1835.

 

More About James Victor Sewell:

Burial: Stinchcomb Methodist Church, Elbert co., GA

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1865, Confederate veteran

       

Children of James Sewell and Edna Ham are:

        423             i.               John Amos12 Sewell, born 1856.

        424            ii.               Elizabeth Sewell, born 1858.

        425           iii.               Joseph V. Sewell, born Bet. 1861 - 1863.

        426           iv.               Ivie Sewell, born 1866.

        427            v.               Willis P. Sewell, born June 29, 1866.

        428           vi.               Effie Sewell, born 1872.

        429          vii.               Hannah Sewell, born 1875.

 

More About Hannah Sewell:

1.: 1875, Hannah Sewell is listed as the youngest child of James Victor Sewell by Martha Acker, she is not included in the list handed down by Cornelia D. Lee

 

 

        267.  Cornelia H.11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Bet. 1835 - 1840, and died Aft. March 1875.  She married Rev. John P. Howell September 02, 1856 in Elbert county, GA.  He died Abt. 1888 in LaGrange, Georgia.

       

Children of Cornelia Sewell and John Howell are:

        430             i.               Adeline12 Howell.

        431            ii.               Mary J. Howell.

        432           iii.               James Howell.

        433           iv.               Susie Howell, died Aft. February 1911.  She married Unknown Haynes.

        434            v.               Joseph Howell.

        435           vi.               Nettie Howell.

        436          vii.               Mamie Howell.

 

 

        268.  Olivia C.11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born October 03, 1843 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died October 13, 1886 in Elbert county, Georgia.  She married Mallory J. Thornton November 07, 1865 in Elbert county, GA, son of Benjamin Thornton and Nancy Payne.  He was born 1840, and died in Elbert county, Georgia.

 

More About Olivia C. Sewell:

Burial: Stinchcomb Methodist Church, Elbert co., GA

 

More About Mallory J. Thornton:

Burial: Stinchcomb Methodist Church, Elbert co., GA

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1865, Company I, 15th Georgia Infantry, CSA

       

Children of Olivia Sewell and Mallory Thornton are:

+      437             i.               Olivia12 Thornton.

+      438            ii.               Marjorie Thornton.

        439           iii.               Harvey Thornton.

        440           iv.               Mallory Jr. Thornton.

        441            v.               Timothy Thornton.

+      442           vi.               Joseph Sewell Thornton, born July 20, 1866; died June 24, 1950.

+      443          vii.               B. I. Thornton, born October 13, 1868.

        444         viii.               Benjamin J. Thornton, born 1869.

        445            ix.               Mamie D. Thornton, born February 07, 1873; died July 13, 1873.

 

More About Mamie D. Thornton:

Burial: Stinchcomb Methodist Church, Elbert co., GA

 

        446             x.               Susie P. Thornton, born October 03, 1878; died November 29, 1888.

 

More About Susie P. Thornton:

Burial: Stinchcomb Methodist Church, Elbert co., GA

 

 

        269.  Susan Rebecca11 Sewell (Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 19, 1847 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died February 17, 1931.  She married William Harwell Dickerson January 14, 1869, son of John Dickerson and Elizabeth Thornton.  He was born December 25, 1839 in Elbert county, Georgia, and died March 22, 1920 in Augusta, Georgia.

 

More About Susan Rebecca Sewell:

Burial: Westover Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia

 

More About William Harwell Dickerson:

1.: August 16, 1864, Taken prisoner of war by Union forces at Front Royal, Virginia

2.: June 17, 1865, Released from Federal prison at Fort Delaware, Delaware

Burial: Westover Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia

Elected: June 23, 1863, Elected 2nd Lt., Co. B, 24th GA Vol. Inf. Regt.

Military service: August 24, 1861, Enlisted, Co. B., 24th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry

       

Children of Susan Sewell and William Dickerson are:

+      447             i.               Lula12 Dickerson, born November 03, 1870 in Hartsville, GA, Hart county; died in Augusta, Georgia.

+      448            ii.               Mary Cornelia Dickerson, born June 27, 1872 in Hartsville, GA; died August 13, 1942 in Durham, North Carolina.

+      449           iii.               Elizabeth Dickerson, born September 15, 1873 in Elbert county, Georgia, Elberton.

+      450           iv.               Emma Dickerson, born May 07, 1876.

+      451            v.               Joseph Edward Dickerson, born October 10, 1879 in LaGrange, Georgia.

+      452           vi.               Linus Weyman Dickerson, born May 14, 1882 in LaGrange, Georgia; died May 1937 in Columbia, South Carolina.

+      453          vii.               Susan Myrtle Dickerson, born June 19, 1884 in LaGrange, Georgia.

 

 

        274.  John Decatur11 Stinchcomb (Noah10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) David E. Stinchcomb., (2) John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) was born December 12, 1826 in Washington D.C. (Source: (1) David E. Stinchcomb., (2) John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died September 27, 1909 in Abilene, Texas (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).  He married Catherine Reilly (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.) December 10, 1849 in New Orleans, Lousiana (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).  She was born May 26, 1831 in Dublin, Ireland (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), and died April 29, 1916 in Abilene, Texas (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About John Decatur Stinchcomb:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

 

More About Catherine Reilly:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Catherine Reilly are:

        454             i.               Albert Jackson12 Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born October 08, 1850 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died June 10, 1874 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

+      455            ii.               Charles Henry Stinchcomb, born May 26, 1852 in Abilene, Texas; died September 15, 1910 in Abilene, Texas.

        456           iii.               John Decatur Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born October 16, 1854 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died September 13, 1922 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  He married Alice Sarah Kidd (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); born  in California (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

 

More About John Decatur Stinchcomb:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.)

 

        457           iv.               Franklin Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born May 18, 1856 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died April 09, 1928 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).  He married Mattie Ballard (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        458            v.               Robert Morris Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born February 27, 1858 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died March 05, 1909 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

        459           vi.               George Hamilton Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born February 09, 1860 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died March 02, 1860 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

        460          vii.               Mary Jane Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born January 22, 1861 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died August 26, 1872 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

        461         viii.               Cecilia Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born November 08, 1862 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died January 20, 1935 (Source: (1) John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records., (2) David E. Stinchcomb.).  She married W.M. Fulwiler (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

+      462            ix.               Lee Stinchcomb, born November 03, 1864 in Abilene, Texas; died April 23, 1956 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

        463             x.               Laura Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born April 11, 1866 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); died January 20, 1935 in Abilene, Texas (Source: (1) John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records., (2) David E. Stinchcomb, David has death date of Dec. 20, 1947 in his record.).  She married Dave Kauffman (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); born April 20, 1862 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

 

More About Laura Stinchcomb:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.)

 

More About Dave Kauffman:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas

 

        464            xi.               Annie Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born December 25, 1867 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died September 14, 1873 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

        465           xii.               Willie Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born April 05, 1870 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died May 22, 1871 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

        466          xiii.               Malcolm Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born June 19, 1873 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died September 1875 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

 

 

        276.  Noah Wesley11 Stinchcomb (Noah10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) was born February 14, 1825 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died 1891.  He married Elvira Donaldson March 10, 1850.  She was born August 13, 1830, and died October 23, 1898.

       

Children of Noah Stinchcomb and Elvira Donaldson are:

        467             i.               Mary E.12 Stinchcomb, born December 21, 1853.

+      468            ii.               Frank J. Stinchcomb, born September 29, 1855; died May 04, 1903.

        469           iii.               Sophie S. Stinchcomb, born February 21, 1857; died October 20, 1881.

 

More About Sophie S. Stinchcomb:

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

 

 

        283.  William Webster11 Stinchcomb (Joshua10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 30, 1827, and died December 27, 1888.  He married Isabella Turner, daughter of Lewis Turner and Margaret Bader. 

       

Child of William Stinchcomb and Isabella Turner is:

        470             i.               Margaret Teresa12 Stinchcomb, born September 30, 1866 in Maryland.  She married Edward Bartlett Farland November 05, 1889 in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

        284.  Samuel Amos11 Stinchcomb (Joshua10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 15, 1829.  He married Annie W. Riley September 25, 1872.  She was born January 17, 1850.

       

Children of Samuel Stinchcomb and Annie Riley are:

        471             i.               Susie Webster12 Stinchcomb, born April 10, 1874; died October 19, 1879.

        472            ii.               William Riley Stinchcomb, born November 24, 1876.

        473           iii.               Howard Emory Stinchcomb, born July 19, 1879.

        474           iv.               Annie Estelle Stinchcomb, born April 18, 1884; died April 06, 1886.

 

 

        290.  James11 W.Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: State of Ohio, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Death Certificate, Death cert. for George F. Stinchcomb, Registered number 4341, Father- James W. StinchcombMother- Sophronia Shaw.) was born February 1822 in Thorn township, Perry county, Ohio (Source: Juniata Herald, Juniata, Nebraska. Dec. 25, 1878 edition, Obituary of Major James W. Stinchcomb.), and died December 18, 1878 in Adams county, Kennesaw Twp., Nebraska (Source: Juniata Herald, Juniata, Nebraska. Dec. 25, 1878 edition, Obituary of Major James W. Stinchcomb.).  He married (1) Sophronia Louisa Shaw August 10, 1847 in Fairfield County, Ohio, daughter of Salmon Shaw and Minerva Eastman.  She was born December 05, 1823 in Fairfield county, Ohio, and died March 27, 1874 in Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska (Source: (1) Prospect Hill Cemetery Records, Omaha, Nebraska, Sophia Stinchcomb, died Plattsmouth, Nebraska, march 27, 1874. buried Prospect Hill Cemetery, Omaha Nebraska., (2) Bible of Marguerite Smith, Safronia L., wife of J.W. Stinchcomb died March 26, 1874. Age 50 years.).  He married (2) Amanda Kelly April 25, 1875 in Morrow county, Ohio, daughter of William Kelly and Elizabeth ?.  She was born Abt. 1840 in Morrow County, Ohio.

 

Notes for James W.Stinchcomb:

 

   JAMES W. STINCHCOMB

 

  James William Stinchcomb was born in Perry County, Ohio in February of 1822. In 1857 he was a citizen of Lancaster. He had some years previous studied law with Stanbery and Van Trump, and in 1857 he formed a partnership  with R. M. Clarke. He married Sophronia L. Shaw, the daughter of Salmon Shaw, and Minerva Eastman on August 10, 1847. James and Sophronia had five children, four of which survived to adulthood. William Allen, George Franklin, Douglas Aaron, and Lizzie L. Stinchcomb. His daughter Jennie died young. He was prosecuting attorney of Fairfield county, Ohio, from 1856 to 1860.  He made able speeches when troops were called for by President Lincoln in 1861, and raised the second Lancaster company to enlist, which became the 17th Ohio Volunteer Infantry regt.  He served during the war,from April 1861 to August 1861 as Captain of Co. I(Three months enlistment) and From August 1861 to May 1864 as commander of Co. B,(Three years enlistment) and was a brave and courageous soldier . He was promoted from Captain to Major in December 1863.

After the war he lived in Lancaster (Fairfield county), and then Logan, Ohio (Hocking county) from late 1865 to 1870. James helped edit a couple of Newspapers in Ohio, and had a strong and prolific pen. After his Mother died in 1869, he moved his family to Nebraska, first settling in Plattsmouth(Cass county). He lost his wife Sophronia  March 27, 1874. James relocated to Adams county, Nebraska, filing a homestead in Kenesaw township in 1874. James returned to Ohio in 1875, and Married Amanda Kelly McKee on April 25, 1875 in Morrow county, Ohio.

 His Father, George Stinchcomb Jr. died on July 11,1875. James hired Reuben Butter of Perry county, Ohio as his attorney to dispose of his share of his Father's estate. James and Amanda had a son in 1876. James Kelly Stinchcomb. James worked as a writer, and sometime editorialist for the Lincoln Journal, and the Juniata Herald, writing articles, and giving strong opinions when he felt they were needed.

James W. Stinchcomb died on December 18, 1878 from a debilitating Lung disease, leaving a wife, four sons, and a daughter to mourn his loss. He was buried in the Kenesaw Cemetery in Lot 69, North Block. His youngest son was only two years old at his death.

James's first three sons were all members of the Printing/Writing profession. William was an Editor, and Freelance Writer, George F., and Douglas were both members of the Cincinnati Typographical Union no.3. James's youngest son, James Kelly Stinchcomb, became a minister, and worked tirelessly for the Methodist Church in California. His work was with the younger people, who would be the future of the Church. James Kelly's son, grandson, and great grandson were all named James William Stinchcomb.

 

 

 

 

More About James W.Stinchcomb:

Burial: December 20, 1878, Kenesaw cemetery, Adams county, Nebraska (Source: Juniata Herald, Juniata, Nebraska. Dec. 25, 1878 edition, Obituary of Major James W. Stinchcomb.)

Cause of Death: Tuberculosis (Consumption)

Children: 1 girl and four boys

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1864, Captain, then Major U.S.A.

Occupation: Newspaper editor/Writer, and Attorney. Ohio and Nebraska

 

Notes for Sophronia Louisa Shaw:

Sophronia's signature on legal documents is usually found as S. Louisa Stinchcomb.

 

More About Sophronia Louisa Shaw:

Burial: Prospect Hill Cem., Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

       

Children of James W.Stinchcomb and Sophronia Shaw are:

        475             i.               Lizzie L.12 Stinchcomb, born December 10, 1851 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio.

+      476            ii.               William Allen Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1852 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio.

+      477           iii.               George F. Stinchcomb, born January 31, 1854 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio; died July 17, 1918 in Cincinnati, Ohio., Hamilton county.

+      478           iv.               Douglas Aaron Stinchcomb, born June 10, 1856 in Lancaster, Ohio., Fairfield county; died April 23, 1938 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

        479            v.               Jennie Stinchcomb (Source: U.S. Federal Census for Fairfield county, Ohio (1860), Stinchcomb, Jennie    Female  age 1.), born 1859 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio.

 

       

Child of James W.Stinchcomb and Amanda Kelly is:

+      480             i.               James Kelly12 Stinchcomb, born July 19, 1878 in Adams county, Nebraska, Kenesaw twp.; died July 01, 1923 in San Francisco, CA.

 

 

        291.  Elizabeth Wiseman11 Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 22, 1825 in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio., and died February 24, 1899 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  She married James H. Pugh December 25, 1851 in Perry county, Ohio, son of Jesse Pugh and Elizabeth Hampson.  He was born December 17, 1815 in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, and died November 27, 1881 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

 

More About Elizabeth Wiseman Stinchcomb:

Burial: Rivercliff Cemetery, Mount Gilead, Ohio

 

More About James H. Pugh:

Burial: November 29, 1881, Rivercliff Cemetery, Mount Gilead, Ohio

Occupation: Farmer and Minister

       

Children of Elizabeth Stinchcomb and James Pugh are:

        481             i.               Infant12 Pugh.

+      482            ii.               Henrietta L. Pugh, born April 14, 1854 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died January 22, 1916 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

+      483           iii.               George H. Pugh, born June 10, 1855 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died July 16, 1928 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

        484           iv.               Margaret A. Pugh, born April 04, 1857 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died November 08, 1936 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

+      485            v.               James Winfield Scott Pugh, born December 15, 1858 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died June 04, 1937 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

        486           vi.               Jesse H. Pugh, born March 08, 1860 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  He married Myrtle Ware.

        487          vii.               Elmer E. Pugh, born September 05, 1861 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died February 08, 1862 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

        488         viii.               John C. "Squire" Pugh, born July 02, 1863 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died February 01, 1919 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  He married Maud Harman.

        489            ix.               Sarah E. Pugh, born June 29, 1865 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

+      490             x.               Benjamin F. "Frank" Pugh, born 1867 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

 

 

        292.  George F.11 Stinchcomb (George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 18, 1828 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith, Family Records, George F. Stinchcomb, died 24 June, 1871 aged 42 years, 6 Months, and 6 days.), and died June 24, 1871 in Fort Wayne, Indiana (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith, George Stinchcomb died 24 June, 1871. age 42 yrs., 6 Mo., 6 days.).  He married Marietta Emiline Shaw April 29, 1861 in House of Capt. J.W. Stinchcomb, Lancaster, Ohio. Fairfield county., daughter of Salmon Shaw and Minerva Eastman.  She was born November 25, 1836 in Fairfield county, Ohio.

 

Notes for George F. Stinchcomb:

George Franklin (Frank) Stinchcomb, born 1837 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio; died 1871 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  He married Marietta Emiline Shaw April 29, 1861 in the House of his brother, Capt. James W. Stinchcomb, Lancaster, Ohio. Fairfield county.; born November 25, 1836 in Fairfield county, Ohio.

Marietta E. Shaw was the sister of Sophronia L. Shaw who married George's brother, James W. Stinchcomb in 1847.

 George "Frank" Stinchcomb was the Postmaster at Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and the Allen County, Indiana, Auditor. His Mother-in-law, Minerva Eastman Shaw lived with George and Marietta in Fort Wayne, and died there in 1866. 

After his death in 1871, George's body was brought back to Fairfield County, and was buried in the Mound Methodist Episcopal Cemetery in New Salem, not far from the Perry County Line, and his old home in Perry County. He is buried next to his parents, and his sister Susan.

 

 

More About George F. Stinchcomb:

AKA (Facts Pg): "Frank" Stinchcomb

Burial: July 1871, Mound Methodist Epis. cem., New Salem, Ohio

Occupation 1: Allen county, Indiana Auditor

Occupation 2: Postmaster at Fort Wayne

       

Child of George Stinchcomb and Marietta Shaw is:

        491             i.               George F. Stinchcomb12 Jr. (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith, Geo. F. , infant son of G.F. and M.E., died 1 September, 1870, 3 days old.), born August 28, 1870 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith.); died September 01, 1870 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana (Source: Bible of Marguerite Smith.).

 

 

        298.  John Wesley11 Stinchcomb (James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 08, 1826 in Fairfield county, Ohio ?, and died March 03, 1885 in Sycamore, Ohio.  He married Hannah Catherine Little April 24, 1849, daughter of James Little and Mary Anno.  She was born June 06, 1831 in Ross county, Ohio, and died February 13, 1898 in Sycamore, Ohio.

 

Notes for John Wesley Stinchcomb:

JOHN WESLEY STINCHCOMB, son of James and Priscilla (Weddle) Stinchcomb, is a native of

Fairfield County, Ohio, and was born September 8, 1826. His parents were natives of Pennsylvania, and

of English and Holland descent respectively. They were married in Monongahela, Penn., and moved to

Fairfield County, Ohio, in 1824. His father had been a well-to-do boat builder, but lost all his wealth in

securities, and located in the above county poor. He rented land till 1831, and then moved to Seneca

County, where he entered eighty acres, which he and his

sons " cleared from the sprout," doing work for others in the meantime to obtain sustenance. He

subsequently purchased eighty acres more, but sold the whole in 1865 and purchased property in old

Sycamore, where he lived till the death of his wife, which occurred in 1872 in her seventy-sixth year. Mr.

Stinchcomb died in his eighty second year in 1879. Four of their seven children survive-James W., John

W., William R. and Elizabeth. Having taught school several years, our subject had about $200 at the date

of his marriage, April 24, 1849. He continued teaching till about 1856, and then began farming, which he

has since followed. He purchased eighty acres in Eden Township, but soon after sold out and bought 103

acres in this township. In 1859, he disposed of this farm, and in 1860 purchased of Allen Hudson 160

acres, where he now resides. In 1872, he erected an elegant frame residence at a cost of $5,000, and this

was destroyed by fire in 1881. On the same foundation and in the same year, he erected a fine brick

residence, and in this he still resides. He owned 380 acres, but has disposed of 160 acres, still owning 220.

valued at $100 and $110 per acre. Mr. Stinchcomb took an active part in the construction of the Ohio

Central Railroad, and in 1864 became a member of a stock company known as Biles, Baker, Gibson &

Co., organized for the purpose of conducting a general merchandising business in Sycamore, the capital

stock being about $200,000. He withdrew from this firma few months later, the enterprise not promising

to be successful. Mr. Stinchcomb's wife was Miss Han nah C. Little, of this township, and native of Ross

County. She was a daughter of James and Mary (Anno) Little, the former born in Ireland, the latter in this

State. Her parents were married in Ross County, and moved to Wyandot in 1829, entering land in this

township. They had four children. Mrs. Little died in October, 1855, and Mr. Little was married to

Martha Braum in 1859. One child-George A. was the result of this union. Her father died in 1855, owning

423 acres of land. His widow still survives. By his second wife, Mr. Stinchcomb had eleven

children-James S., William A., Louisa S., Josie A., Frank L., Scott W., Elmer E., Estella, Nellie, Maggie J.

and J. Johnson-all living but the latter and Louisa S. Mr. S. has served as Treasurer of the township, and

Justice of the Peace about eight years. In May, 1864, he enlisted in Company H, Ohio National Guard,

and served three months, being discharged in August, 1864. He is a Republican, and was a delegate to the

convention at Cincinnati in 1870, nominating Charles Foster for Governor. He is a prominent member of

the F. & A. M., and both he and Mrs. S. have been life-long members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Mr. Stinchcomb has been a local lawyer for twenty years. In 1883, he and part of his family went to

Dakota and purchased 480 acres of land, which he attended to one season, and then left in charge of his

son.

 

notes from "History of Seneca County, Ohio" pub. 1883

 

More About John Wesley Stinchcomb:

Burial: Bretz cemetery, Sycamore, Ohio

 

More About Hannah Catherine Little:

Burial: Bretz cemetery, Sycamore, Ohio

       

Children of John Stinchcomb and Hannah Little are:

+      492             i.               Josephine Lee12 Stinchcomb.

        493            ii.               Stella C. Stinchcomb.

+      494           iii.               James S. Stinchcomb, born April 1850 in Perry co., Ohio; died in Upper Sandusky, Wyandot co., Ohio.

+      495           iv.               William A. Stinchcomb, born 1852 in Ohio.

+      496            v.               Frank L. Stinchcomb, born May 19, 1858 in Ohio.

+      497           vi.               Scott W. Stinchcomb, born March 31, 1860 in Ohio; died July 17, 1913 in Stark County, Ohio.

+      498          vii.               Elmer Ellsworth Stinchcomb, born October 12, 1861 in Sycamore, Ohio, Stark co.; died October 09, 1946 in Syracuse, Hamilton co., Kansas.

+      499         viii.               Nellie M. Stinchcomb, born June 12, 1865 in Wyandot co., Ohio; died March 19, 1894 in Dubuque, Dubuque co., IA.

+      500            ix.               Margaret J. Stinchcomb, born 1868 in Ohio.

 

 

        299.  Joseph11 Stinchcomb (James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1828, and died March 11, 1883 in Hastings, Michigan.  He married Mary Winters, daughter of Eli Winters and Annis.  She was born December 11, 1832 in Crawford county, Ohio, and died 1907.

       

Child of Joseph Stinchcomb and Mary Winters is:

        501             i.               Everett E.12 Stinchcomb.  He married Carrie B.Oberlin.

 

 

        301.  Daniel Camp11 Stinchcomb (James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born April 20, 1834 in Seneca county, Ohio, and died February 11, 1879 in Sycamore, Ohio.  He married Isabella Jane Winters November 17, 1855 in Ohio, daughter of Eli Winters and Annis Andrews. 

       

Children of Daniel Stinchcomb and Isabella Winters are:

+      502             i.               Mary S.12 Stinchcomb, born September 01, 1858.

+      503            ii.               Emma R. Stinchcomb, born January 18, 1860.

        504           iii.               Amanda Stinchcomb, born May 18, 1862; died October 1939.  She married (1) Orly Bartlet.  She married (2) Mikel Harter March 16, 1882.

        505           iv.               Anna Stinchcomb, born May 18, 1862; died September 15, 1916.  She married Reason Ingerson September 15, 1886.

+      506            v.               James Grant Stinchcomb, born November 07, 1864 in Seneca county, Ohio; died October 13, 1938 in Columbus, Ohio.

+      507           vi.               William E. Stinchcomb, born September 15, 1865; died 1932.

        508          vii.               Minney Dell Stinchcomb, born November 11, 1871; died January 13, 1872.

 

 

        302.  Samuel11 Valentine (Catherine10 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1816.  He married Frances. 

 

Notes for Samuel Valentine:

Morrow county Federal Census, Canaan Twp. page 372a

              322 Valentine      Samuel         34   M         Farmer         600       O

 8   320  322 Valentine      Frances        30   F                                  Pa

 9   320  322 Valentine      Sarah E.       8    F                                  O                       X

 10  320  322 Valentine      John           6    M                                  O                       X

 11  320  322 Valentine      William        3    M                                  O

 12  320  322 Valentine      James          1    M                                  O

 

       

Children of Samuel Valentine and Frances are:

        509             i.               Sarah E.12 Valentine, born 1842.

        510            ii.               John Valentine, born 1844.

        511           iii.               William Valentine, born 1847.

        512           iv.               James Valentine, born 1849.

 

 

        303.  Charlotte11 Valentine (Catherine10 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1831.  She married Andrew Robinson Geyer July 22, 1852.  He was born September 18, 1827 in Muskingham county, Ohio.

 

Notes for Andrew Robinson Geyer:

141. Andrew Robinson Geyer was born on 18 Sep 1827 in Muskingum County, Ohio. (599) He appeared on the census in 1830 in home of parent. He appeared on the census in 1850 in home of parent. He died on 18 Dec 1918 in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas.(600) He was buried in Hiawatha Cemetery, Brown County, Kansas.(601)

 

He was married to Charlotte Valentine in 1852. Charlotte Valentine was born on 23 May 1831 in Caledonia, Marion County, Ohio.(602) She died on 11 Nov 1905 in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas.(603) She was buried in Hiawatha Cemetery, Brown County, Kansas. (604) Andrew Robinson Geyer and Charlotte Valentine had the following children:

 

+477 i. Julietta Melinda Geyer.

+478 ii. Sarah Elizabeth Geyer.

+479 iii. Elza Lorain Geyer.

480 iv. William Boggs Geyer was born on 10 Jun 1859 in Morrow County, Ohio. (605) He died on 6 Sep 1864.

+481 v. Henry Harrison Geyer.

+482 vi. Mary Alameda Geyer.

483 vii. Nathaniel Fant Geyer was born on 18 Aug 1867. (606) He died on 20 May 1931.(607) He was buried in Hiawatha Cemetery, Brown County, Kansas. (608)

484 viii. A. R. Geyer was born on 6 Dec 1869 in Morrow County, Ohio. (609)

485 ix. Charles Elmer Geyer was born on 9 Sep 1871 in Morrow County, Ohio. (610) He died on 3 Jul 1920 in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas.(611) He was buried in Hiawatha Cemetery, Brown County, Kansas.(612)

 

  

From:   Clark Sinclair <clsinclair@earthlink.net>    

 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------From Brown Co KS heritage

 

ANDREW R. GEYER, farmer and stock-raiser, Section 17, Town 5,

      Range 9, P. O. Robinson, was born in Muskingum County, Ohio,

      September 18, 1827, and lived in his native State until the

      spring of 1880, when he became a resident of Kansas, locating

      in Irving Township, Brown County, where he has resided since.

      He is a prominent member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He

      was married in Morrow County, Ohio, in 1853, to Miss Charlotte

      Valentine, a native of Ohio. They have seven children living -

      Julletta M. (married to Willis M. Nellans, a native of Ohio),

      Sarah E. (married to W. L. Valentine, a native of Ohio), Elza

      Lorain, Henry H., Mary Almmeda, Nathaniel F. and Charles Elmer.

      Mr. Geyer has one of the finest upland farms in his section. It

      contains 160 acres, and is enclosed by substantial fences; has

      seventy-five acres in cultivation; forty acres in pasture, and

      the remainder meadow. It is well supplied with running water

      the year round, and is well calculated for a stock farm. There

      is a young and thrifty orchard on the place, which contains 100

      apple, fifty peach, and a few pear and cherry trees. The

      improvements are a new and neat frame dwelling, containing four

      rooms; stock stable, corn-crib, smoke house, etc. Mr. G. had

      twelve acres in fall wheat this season, which yielded 300

      bushels, and forty-five acres in corn, which averaged fifty

      bushels to the acre. Mr. Geyer is an intelligent farmer, and a

      Christian gentleman, and is held in high esteem by his

      neighbors. During the War of the Rebellion Mr. G. was a member

      of Company I, Eighty-eighth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry,

      and enlisted in Columbus, Ohio, in the fall of 1863, and was

      discharged at Camp Chase, Ohio, in June, 1865.

 

 sent by Clark Sinclair

       

Children of Charlotte Valentine and Andrew Geyer are:

        513             i.               Sarah E.12 Geyer.  She married W. L. Valentine.

        514            ii.               Julletta M. Geyer.

        515           iii.               Elza Lorain Geyer.

        516           iv.               Henry H. Geyer.

        517            v.               Mary Almeda Geyer.

        518           vi.               Nathaniel F. Geyer.

        519          vii.               Charles Elmer Geyer.

 

 

        304.  Mary Ann11 Valentine (Catherine10 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.) was born May 18, 1821 in Fairfield County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.), and died December 14, 1884 in Morrow County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.).  She married (1) William Downs Bef. 1840.    She married (2) Isaac Cooper Geyer (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.) June 20, 1844 in Marion county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.).  He was born May 24, 1823 in Muskingham county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.), and died October 22, 1889 in Morrow County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.).

 

Notes for Mary Ann Valentine:

 Mary Ann Valentine was born on May 18, 1821 in Fairfield County, Ohio.4,5  She appeared on the census in 1850 in home of spouse.  She appeared on the census in 1880 in home of spouse.  She died on December 14, 1884 in Morrow County, Ohio.6  She was buried in North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.7

 

She was married to William Downs before 1840.  William Downs died on January 5, 1843.  Mary Ann Valentine and William Downs had the following children:

        3      i.        Alfred F. Downs was born about 1840 in Ohio.  He appeared on the census in home of step-parent.

        4      ii.        (infant) Downs died in infancy.

        5      iii.        William M. Downs. 

        6      iv.        Palmer Downs. 

 

She was married to Isaac Cooper Geyer (son of  Jacob G. Geyer and Ruth Ann Cooper) on June 20, 1844 in Marion County, Ohio.8  They were married by Rev S. D. Seymore.  Isaac Cooper Geyer was born on May 24, 1823 in Muskingum County, Ohio.9,10  He appeared on the census in 1830 in home of parent.  He appeared on the census in 1850 in Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.  He appeared on the census in 1880 in Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.  The household also includes Sylvester Downes, 14, born Ohio. He is listed as a grandson and would probably be a grandson of Mary Ann through her first marriage.  He died on October 22, 1889 in Morrow County, Ohio.11  He was buried in North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.12  Mary Ann Valentine and Isaac Cooper Geyer had the following children:

 

        +7    i.        Sarah J. "Sade" Geyer (born in 1849).

        +8    ii.        Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer (born in 1852).

        +9    iii.        Richard M. "Dick" Geyer (born on November 14, 1855).

        +10  iv.        Jacob Harvey Geyer (born in October 1859).

 

 

 

More About Mary Ann Valentine:

Burial: North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan twp., Morrow county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.)

 

More About Isaac Cooper Geyer:

Burial: North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan twp., Morrow county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.)

       

Children of Mary Valentine and William Downs are:

        520             i.               Alfred F.12 Downs, born Abt. 1840.

        521            ii.               William M. Downs.

        522           iii.               Palmer Downs.

        523           iv.               infant Downs.

 

       

Children of Mary Valentine and Isaac Geyer are:

+      524             i.               Sarah J. "Sade"12 Geyer, born 1849 in Morrow County, Ohio; died 1897 in Morrow County, Ohio.

+      525            ii.               Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer, born 1852 in Morrow County, Ohio; died October 28, 1935 in Marion County, Ohio.

        526           iii.               Richard M. "Dick"Geyer (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.), born November 14, 1855.

 

Notes for Richard M. "Dick"Geyer:

9.  Richard M. "Dick" Geyer was born on November 14, 1855 in Morrow County, Ohio.33  He appeared on the census in 1880 in Tully Township, Marrion County, Ohio.  He appeared on the census on June 4, 1900 in Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.

 

He was married to Catherine "Cass/Cassie" A. Plottner/Plotner on January 30, 1876 in Marion County, Ohio.34  Richard was not yet 21 and his father gave consent for the marriage. Catherine was not yet 18 and her parents consented. James Plotner and Isaac C. Geyer obtained the marriage license. Catherine and Richard were married by Thomas Dickson, Justice of the Peace.  Catherine "Cass/Cassie" A. Plottner/Plotner was born in September 1860 in Ohio.  She appeared on the census in 1880 in home of spouse.  She appeared on the census on June 4, 1900 in home of spouse.  Richard M. "Dick" Geyer and Catherine "Cass/Cassie" A. Plottner/Plotner had the following children:

 

               22               i.               Edward Geyer was born about 1877 in Ohio.  He appeared on the census in 1880 in home of parent.

               +23               ii.               Laura May Geyer (born about 1879).

               +24               iii.               Isaac Cooper "Coop" Geyer (born on March 8, 1882).

               25               iv.               Milo A. Geyer was born in August 1886 in Ohio.  He appeared on the census on June 4, 1900 in home of parent.

 

 

 

        527           iv.               Jacob Harvey Geyer (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.), born October 1859.

 

Notes for Jacob Harvey Geyer:

10.  Jacob Harvey Geyer was born in October 1859 in Morrow County, Ohio.35  His headstone inscription states that he was born in 1858.  He appeared on the census in 1880 in home of parent.  He appeared on the census on June 1, 1900 in Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.  He died in May 1924.36  He was buried in New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.37

 

He was married to Martha Ann Kellogg on January 1, 1880 in Marion County, Ohio.38  Isaac C. Geyer obtained the marriage license. They were married by Rev. C. Baldwin.  Martha Ann Kellogg was born in March 1862 in New York.39  She appeared on the census in 1880 in home of father-in-law.  She appeared on the census on June 1, 1900 in home of spouse.  She died in 1933 in Marion County, Ohio.40  She was buried in New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.41  Jacob Harvey Geyer and Martha Ann Kellogg had the following children:

 

               +26               i.               Andrew Ellsworth Geyer (born on June 20, 1881).

               +27               ii.               Nellie Fay Geyer (born on April 22, 1883).

               +28               iii.               Estella Ethel Geyer (born in August 1886).

               +29               iv.               Jesse Clinton Geyer (born in March 1889).

               +30               v.               Bessie Marie Geyer (born on September 8, 1896).

               +31               vi.               Herbert Chester Geyer (born in November 1899).

 

 

 

 

        308.  George S.11 Stinchcomb (John10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1829, and died February 16, 1876 in Seneca County, Ohio.  He married Margaret DeWitt December 06, 1855, daughter of Peter DeWitt and Margaret ?.  She was born 1830, and died 1883 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About George S. Stinchcomb:

Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

More About Margaret DeWitt:

Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Margaret DeWitt are:

        528             i.               Lydia Bell12 Stinchcomb, born 1860 in Seneca County, Ohio; died 1864 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About Lydia Bell Stinchcomb:

Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

        529            ii.               Nathan L. Stinchcomb, born 1856; died April 21, 1864.

+      530           iii.               Mary C. Stinchcomb, born January 03, 1858 in Seneca County, Ohio; died January 1940.

+      531           iv.               Laura E. Stinchcomb, born 1859 in Ohio; died June 1898 in Watson Station, Seneca County, Ohio.

        532            v.               Cora Stinchcomb, born 1862.  She married Samuel Taylor; born 1866; died 1941.

        533           vi.               Frank Stinchcomb, born 1864; died 1954.

 

More About Frank Stinchcomb:

Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

        534          vii.               Jesse Stinchcomb, born 1865; died September 03, 1888 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About Jesse Stinchcomb:

Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Seneca County, Ohio

 

        535         viii.               Luella Stinchcomb, born 1868.

        536            ix.               William Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1874.

 

 

        309.  James11 Stinchcomb (John10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born March 25, 1831 in Bloom Twp., Seneca County, Ohio (Source: History of Seneca County, Ohio.  Warner & Beers, page 438.).  He married (1) Matilda Baker April 19, 1870 in Seneca County, Ohio.  She died February 15, 1871 in Seneca County, Ohio.  He married (2) Anna S. Baker September 17, 1873 in Seneca County, Ohio. 

 

Notes for James Stinchcomb:

JAMES STINCHCOMB, farmer, P. O. Tiffin, was born in .Bloom Township, this county, March 25, 1831. His grandfather, George Stinchcomb, emigrated from Scotland, with his family, to America, and died in Maryland. The father of our subject, John Stinchcomb, came from the neighborhood of Baltimore, Md., to this county, December 3, 1825, and settled in Bloom Township, where he purchased land and remained until 1851, when he removed to Clinton Township, and where he died, his widow, Barbara (Turnflinger) Stinchcomb, soon following him. They had ten children: Elizabeth A., George S., James, Mary J., Frances A., Daniel, Catharine (deceased), Amanda M., Henry and John. James Stinchcomb, the subject of this sketch, began t o receive his education at the age of twenty-one, in Heidelberg College. He gradually worked up in his classes, and after the first term taught school, mid continued teaching for twenty years. He is a quick observer, a lover of books. and a natural scholar. Mr. Stinchcomb was twice married; his first wife being Matilda, daughter of Ezra and Mary Baker. This wife dying February 15, 1871, our subject married, September 17, 1875, Annie S. Baker (a sister of his first wife), by whom he has one son--Robert Sherman.

 

History of Seneca County, Ohio (Warner and Beers- 1883)

       

Child of James Stinchcomb and Anna Baker is:

        537             i.               Robert Sherman12 Stinchcomb.

 

 

        310.  Daniel11 Stinchcomb (John10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1836 in Seneca County, Ohio, and died 1890.  He married Catherine "Kate" A. Gale December 15, 1864 in Sandusky County, Ohio, daughter of William Gail and Patience Stanbery. 

 

Notes for Daniel Stinchcomb:

Daniel b 1836 d 1890 m Catherine A Gale...dau of Judge William Henry

Gale and Patience

Stanbery....Judge Gale b 1814 d 1875. Patience b 12 Dec 1813 Stark Co OH

dau of Mrs

Mary (Andrews) Baxter and Samuel Stanbery b 26 June 1764 Morristown NJ d

20 May 1823 Canton Stark Co OH..

 

Found 1880 Logan Co OH Bellefontaine 1st Ward p68B..

children:

1. Amy b 1866 (Bellefontaine Logan Co OH?)

2. Sarah b 1868

3. Gail b 1871 (male)

4. Helen b Green Springs Sandusky Co OH d aft 1927 m Charles H Harner

living Bellefontaine OH 4 Mar 1927 when she applied and was accepted

DAR#232060..

address 2 West Sandusky St. (Not sure what line this DAR was for)...that

might open up

some more things.

 

       

Children of Daniel Stinchcomb and Catherine Gale are:

        538             i.               Amy12 Stinchcomb, born 1866.

        539            ii.               Sarah Stinchcomb, born 1868.

        540           iii.               Gail Stinchcomb, born 1871.

        541           iv.               Helen Stinchcomb, born in Green Springs Sandusky Co OH; died Aft. 1927.  She married Charles H. Harner.

 

Notes for Helen Stinchcomb:

Helen Stinchcomb, b Green Springs Sandusky Co OH d aft 1927 m Charles H Harner

living Bellefontaine OH 4 Mar 1927 when she applied and was accepted

DAR#232060..

address 2 West Sandusky St. (Not sure what line this DAR was for)...that

might open up

some more things.

 

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

        324.  George Andrew Jackson12 Stinchcomb (Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb11 Jr., Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr., William Henry9 Stinchcomb, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1881, and died 1945.

       

Child of George Andrew Jackson Stinchcomb is:

+      542             i.               Bernard Ellsworth Stinchcomb13 Sr., born 1908; died April 21, 1974 in Maryland.

 

 

        335.  Walter Mansfield12 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury11, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) was born March 11, 1874 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.), and died December 18, 1961 in Anne Arundel county, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.).  He married Elizabeth J.M.Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) March 11, 1897 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.).  She was born June 20, 1874 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.), and died November 19, 1947 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.).

       

Children of Walter Stinchcomb and Elizabeth J.M.Waring are:

+      543             i.               Victor Everett13 Stinchcomb, born December 06, 1899; died April 1979.

        544            ii.               Richard Bertram Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born January 29, 1898 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died May 20, 1898 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About Richard Bertram Stinchcomb:

Burial: Persimmon Point Cem.

 

+      545           iii.               Harry Waring Stinchcomb, born January 16, 1903; died July 08, 1956.

 

 

        338.  Masonetta May12 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury11, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) was born November 14, 1880 in Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), and died January 21, 1965 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).  She married John Everett Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) December 04, 1901 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).  He was born February 04, 1878 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), and died November 15, 1953 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).

 

Notes for Masonetta May Stinchcomb:

Known as "Aunt Macy".

       

Children of Masonetta Stinchcomb and John Waring are:

        546             i.               Carlton S.13 Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), born November 29, 1902 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.); died June 27, 1963.  He married Eleanor Virginia Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) April 04, 1942; born September 14, 1902 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died May 06, 1965 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About Eleanor Virginia Brice:

Died 2: June 27, 1963

 

+      547            ii.               Malcolm Winfield Waring, born January 03, 1904; died April 03, 1966.

        548           iii.               Elizabeth Adams Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), born June 16, 1906 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).  She married George DeGrueley Fox (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) June 22, 1946 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.); born January 17, 1905 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).

 

 

        339.  Lanona Burdette12 Stinchcomb (Alfred Asbury11, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) was born September 23, 1885 in Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), and died August 07, 1966 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).  She married Francis Edgar Ridout (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) February 26, 1908 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).  He was born September 04, 1886 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.), and died November 23, 1972 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.).

       

Children of Lanona Stinchcomb and Francis Ridout are:

+      549             i.               Evelyn Stinchcomb13 Ridout, born November 19, 1909.

        550            ii.               Francis Edgar Jr. Ridout (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.), born March 31, 1924 in Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-6.); died January 07, 1947 in Belgium.

 

More About Francis Edgar Jr. Ridout:

Burial: November 22, 1947, Maryland

 

 

        340.  Rosa12 Brice (Rose Ida11 Stinchcomb, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) was born August 14, 1876 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died February 12, 1950 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  She married Orlando H. Duvall (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.) Abt. 1898 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).  He was born September 11, 1875 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.), and died June 19, 1958 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-4.).

       

Child of Rosa Brice and Orlando Duvall is:

+      551             i.               Laura Virginia13 Duvall, born September 11, 1899.

 

 

        341.  Charles Carrol12 Brice (Rose Ida11 Stinchcomb, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) was born 1878 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died 1950 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  He married Mary Tydings (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) November 15, 1899 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), daughter of Henry Tydings and Ella Forman.  She was born August 19, 1879 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Children of Charles Brice and Mary Tydings are:

        552             i.               George Hoffman13 Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born August 15, 1906 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  He married Unknown McCubbins (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        553            ii.               Charles C. Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born 1901 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        554           iii.               Eleanor Virginia Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born September 14, 1902 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died May 06, 1965 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  She married (1) C. S. Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); born 1902 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died 1963 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  She married (2) Carlton S. Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.) April 04, 1942; born November 29, 1902 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-5.); died June 27, 1963.

 

More About Eleanor Virginia Brice:

Died 2: June 27, 1963

 

Notes for C. S. Waring:

Richard states on chart B-4 that C.S. Waring was the "son of Aunt Macy".

 

        555           iv.               Henry T. Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born September 04, 1908 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died September 21, 1908 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        556            v.               Oliver Tydings Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born 1903 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  He married Unknown Allyn (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); born  in New York (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        557           vi.               Mary Delma Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born February 27, 1905 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  She married Henry W. Duerbeck (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) October 29, 1925 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died 1950 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

        558          vii.               Agnes A. Brice (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), born September 1900 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.); died October 1900 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

 

Notes for Agnes A. Brice:

Richard's chart, B-4 states, died 1 month old.

 

 

        345.  William Waring12 Stinchcomb (George Randell11, William Jr.10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) was born October 08, 1890 in GlenBurnie, Maryland (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.), and died February 07, 1955 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  He married Bertha Ellen Johnson (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.) September 29, 1920 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).  She was born June 27, 1893 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb.).

       

Child of William Stinchcomb and Bertha Johnson is:

+      559             i.               William Waring Jr.13 Stinchcomb, born October 29, 1921.

 

 

        349.  Roland Linwood12 Stinchcomb (Asbury Franklin11, Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born August 03, 1898 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died April 1953 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He married Ethel Margorie Blevins (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) November 25, 1920 in Providence, Rhode Island (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born March 23, 1899 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

       

Child of Roland Stinchcomb and Ethel Blevins is:

        560             i.               Roland Linwood Jr.13 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born May 17, 1924 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

 

        350.  Elder Tydings12 Stinchcomb (James Alfred11, Alfred Asbury10, William Henry9, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) was born October 05, 1891 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died February 23, 1970 (Source: (1) Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7., (2) Social Security Death Index.).  He married Etta Viola Waring (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) August 10, 1916 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  She was born September 18, 1892 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), and died May 25, 1960 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

       

Children of Elder Stinchcomb and Etta Waring are:

        561             i.               James Waring13 Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born July 29, 1917 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).  He married Lola Jane Kirby (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.) February 16, 1947 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.); born 1925 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

        562            ii.               Elder Tydings Jr. Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born December 12, 1920 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.); died October 10, 1991 in Arnold, Maryland (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

+      563           iii.               Earle Eugene Stinchcomb, born May 14, 1923.

        564           iv.               Marjory Elizabeth Stinchcomb (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.), born June 13, 1924 (Source: Richard W. Stinchcomb chart B-7.).

 

 

        370.  Alvy Curtiss12 Chambers (Mary Catherine11 Stinchcomb, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1856.  He married Sara F. Abt. 1876. 

       

Children of Alvy Chambers and Sara F. are:

        565             i.               James O.13 Chambers, born 1877.

+      566            ii.               Alva Curtiss Chambers, born August 27, 1878 in Fayette county, Georgia; died June 15, 1962.

 

 

        376.  George W.12 Stinchcomb (Victor11, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born April 1860, and died 1931.  He married Ida L. Roark December 15, 1892 in Denton County, Texas.  She was born Abt. 1868 in Kentucky.

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Ida Roark are:

        567             i.               James Edward13 Stinchcomb, born 1894.

        568            ii.               Earnest Clay Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1896.

        569           iii.               Edgar Stinchcomb, born November 08, 1897; died 1978.  He married Mertie Carrick; born 1904; died 1996.

        570           iv.               Cecile Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1899.

        571            v.               Bessie Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1902.

        572           vi.               Lacey Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1905.

        573          vii.               Clara Etta Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1907.

        574         viii.               Unknown Stinchcomb.

 

 

        379.  Elizabeth J.12 Stinchcomb (George W.11, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 26, 1858 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died April 12, 1881 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married Josephus Greer December 12, 1876. 

       

Child of Elizabeth Stinchcomb and Josephus Greer is:

        575             i.               Anne13 Greer, born May 08, 1879; died May 28, 1936 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        380.  Tallulah12 Stinchcomb (George W.11, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 18, 1860 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died June 24, 1899 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married Rufus F. Brown December 19, 1876 in Fayette county, GA. 

       

Children of Tallulah Stinchcomb and Rufus Brown are:

        576             i.               Pearla13 Brown, born September 14, 1877 in Fayette county, Georgia; died September 29, 1957 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        577            ii.               Henry S. Brown, born April 1882 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        578           iii.               Luther Virgil Brown, born April 1884 in Shake Rag, Fayette county, Georgia; died 1968 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        579           iv.               Rufus Green Brown, born August 29, 1889 in Fayette county, Georgia; died August 11, 1975 in Fayette county, Georgia.

        580            v.               Marcus T. Brown, born May 1891.

        581           vi.               Eugene Brown, born August 1896.

        582          vii.               Anna Mae Brown, born April 1898 in Fayette county, Georgia; died August 11, 1928 in Fayette county, Georgia.

 

 

        382.  George Pierce12 Stinchcomb (George W.11, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born August 1868 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died 1939 in Fayette county, Georgia.  He married Ellie Jane Hill. 

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Ellie Hill are:

        583             i.               Martha Ann13 Stinchcomb, born 1919.

        584            ii.               Ara Ruth Stinchcomb, born 1921.

 

 

        383.  Georgia Ann12 Stinchcomb (George W.11, Nathaniel10, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 14, 1872 in Fayette county, Georgia, and died July 15, 1963 in Fayette county, Georgia.  She married Jack Walker. 

       

Children of Georgia Stinchcomb and Jack Walker are:

        585             i.               Allene13 Walker.

        586            ii.               Howard Walker.

        587           iii.               Frank Walker.

        588           iv.               Emmitt Walker.

 

 

        437.  Olivia12 Thornton (Olivia C.11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1)  She married Thomas S. Milford November 1898. 

       

Children of Olivia Thornton and Thomas Milford are:

        589             i.               L. J.13 Milford.

        590            ii.               Thelma Milford.

        591           iii.               Thomas Milford.

        592           iv.               Olivia Milford.

 

 

        438.  Marjorie12 Thornton (Olivia C.11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1)  She married Eppy Anderson December 12, 1896. 

       

Children of Marjorie Thornton and Eppy Anderson are:

        593             i.               Elizabeth13 Anderson.

        594            ii.               Mallory Anderson.

        595           iii.               Margaret Anderson.

        596           iv.               Mary Anderson.

        597            v.               Edna Anderson.

        598           vi.               E. T. Anderson.

 

 

        442.  Joseph Sewell12 Thornton (Olivia C.11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born July 20, 1866, and died June 24, 1950.  He married Alice Prather Bowman September 18, 1887.  She was born April 19, 1866.

       

Children of Joseph Thornton and Alice Bowman are:

        599             i.               Lee13 Thornton.  He married Mima Bone.

        600            ii.               James Thornton.  He married Mary Todd.

        601           iii.               Olivia Thornton.  She married Orris Clinkscales November 16, 1914.

        602           iv.               Sarah Thornton.  She married Frank Taylor May 1916.

        603            v.               Grace Thornton.

        604           vi.               Lois Thornton.

        605          vii.               B. I. Thornton.

        606         viii.               Josephine Thornton.  She married J. T. Sisk.

 

More About J. T. Sisk:

Elected: Georgia House of Representatives

Occupation: Attorney

 

        607            ix.               Thomas Thornton.

        608             x.               Louise Thornton.

        609            xi.               Mary Sue Thornton.

        610           xii.               Alice Thornton, born July 18, 1893; died January 18, 1976.  She married Thomas Julian Wall February 18, 1914.

 

 

        443.  B. I.12 Thornton (Olivia C.11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born October 13, 1868.  He married Susan Williamson June 27, 1906. 

       

Children of B. Thornton and Susan Williamson are:

        611             i.               B. I. Jr.13 Thornton, born March 31, 1907.

        612            ii.               Thomas Thornton, born 1908.  He married Frances Yarbrough.

        613           iii.               Susan Thornton, born January 16, 1916.

        614           iv.               Rachel Thornton, born May 25, 1927.

 

 

        447.  Lula12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 03, 1870 in Hartsville, GA, Hart county, and died in Augusta, Georgia.  She married Thomas R. Maxwell October 04, 1892. 

       

Children of Lula Dickerson and Thomas Maxwell are:

+      615             i.               T. Allen13 Maxwell.

+      616            ii.               Nina Maxwell.

+      617           iii.               Edna Maxwell.

+      618           iv.               Lula Maxwell.

 

 

        448.  Mary Cornelia12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born June 27, 1872 in Hartsville, GA, and died August 13, 1942 in Durham, North Carolina.  She married Robert Early Lee 1890, son of William Lee and Lucy Wideman.  He was born July 22, 1868 in Lone Oak, GA, and died April 16, 1946 in Durham, North Carolina.

 

More About Robert Early Lee:

Burial: April 1946, Maplewood Cemetery, Durham, North Carolina

       

Children of Mary Dickerson and Robert Lee are:

        619             i.               William Wallace13 Lee, born August 07, 1892; died May 12, 1969 in Durham, North Carolina.  He married Beatrice Browning.

        620            ii.               Marian Ruth Lee, born January 25, 1899; died May 09, 1921 in Asheville, North Carolina.

 

More About Marian Ruth Lee:

Burial: Lee Family plot, Durham, North Carolina

Cause of Death: Tuberculosis

Medical Information: Contracted Influenza that followed World War I, leading to TB. Died in a sanitorium near Asheville, in Western North Carolina

 

+      621           iii.               Robert Edward Lee, born November 29, 1900 in Savannah, Georgia; died August 23, 1980 in Durham, North Carolina.

 

 

        449.  Elizabeth12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 15, 1873 in Elbert county, Georgia, Elberton.  She married C. D. Strickland March 01, 1893. 

       

Children of Elizabeth Dickerson and C. Strickland are:

        622             i.               Mae13 Strickland.

        623            ii.               Sue Strickland.

        624           iii.               Paul Strickland.  He married Susie.

        625           iv.               Ralph Strickland.

        626            v.               Mildred Strickland.

 

 

        450.  Emma12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 07, 1876.  She married Herbert A. Taylor December 20, 1898. 

       

Children of Emma Dickerson and Herbert Taylor are:

+      627             i.               Bessie13 Taylor.

        628            ii.               Mildred Taylor.  She married Joe Baird.

+      629           iii.               Rebecca Taylor, died in Columbia, South Carolina.

        630           iv.               Herbert Jr. Taylor, died in Dallas, Texas.

        631            v.               Emily Taylor, died in Dallas, Texas.  She married Frank Gosnell.

 

 

        451.  Joseph Edward12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born October 10, 1879 in LaGrange, Georgia.  He married Helen Rogers October 28, 1914. 

       

Children of Joseph Dickerson and Helen Rogers are:

        632             i.               William13 Dickerson.

+      633            ii.               Dorothy Dickerson.

 

 

        452.  Linus Weyman12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 14, 1882 in LaGrange, Georgia, and died May 1937 in Columbia, South Carolina.  He married Mary Jane McNeill November 23, 1906, daughter of William McNeill and Isabella Knox.  She was born April 23, 1880 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died December 27, 1937 in Columbia, South Carolina.

 

More About Linus Weyman Dickerson:

Burial: 1937, Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia, South Carolina

 

More About Mary Jane McNeill:

Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Columbia, South Carolina

       

Children of Linus Dickerson and Mary McNeill are:

        634             i.               William Harwell13 Dickerson, born 1905 in Columbia, South Carolina; died 1906 in Columbia, South Carolina.

+      635            ii.               Mary Elizabeth Dickerson, born March 07, 1906 in Columbia, South Carolina; died 1936 in Atlanta, Georgia.

+      636           iii.               Linus Weyman Jr. Dickerson, born April 08, 1915.

 

 

        453.  Susan Myrtle12 Dickerson (Susan Rebecca11 Sewell, Mary C. "Polly"10 Stinchcomb, Absolom9, John8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born June 19, 1884 in LaGrange, Georgia.  She married Bertram Maxwell November 17, 1907. 

       

Children of Susan Dickerson and Bertram Maxwell are:

+      637             i.               Jeanette13 Maxwell.

        638            ii.               Bertram Jr. Maxwell.

 

 

        455.  Charles Henry12 Stinchcomb (John Decatur11, Noah10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) was born May 26, 1852 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died September 15, 1910 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  He married Marie Louisa Mallett (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) December 16, 1877 in Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), daughter of William Mallett and Frances Hardin.  She was born May 26, 1857 in Brenham, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died September 15, 1910 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

 

More About Charles Henry Stinchcomb:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.)

 

More About Marie Louisa Mallett:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.)

       

Children of Charles Stinchcomb and Marie Mallett are:

        639             i.               Nellie Estelle13 Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born June 02, 1879 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        640            ii.               Frances Harriet Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born March 16, 1881 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        641           iii.               Samuel Mallett Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born September 12, 1884 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        642           iv.               Ellen Sophia Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born January 25, 1888 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        643            v.               Roger William Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born July 09, 1889 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

        644           vi.               Charles Garrett Stinchcomb (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), born February 16, 1891 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).  He married Isabelle Morrisset (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) July 14, 1912 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.); born September 09, 1891 (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.).

 

 

        462.  Lee12 Stinchcomb (John Decatur11, Noah10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.) was born November 03, 1864 in Abilene, Texas (Source: John Decatur Stinchcomb Family Bible records.), and died April 23, 1956 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).  He married Sara Alice Exline, "Aunt Sadie" (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.) June 02, 1893 (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), daughter of George H. Exline.  She was born July 26, 1873 in Osterburg, Pennsylvania (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), and died May 08, 1948 in Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About Lee Stinchcomb:

Burial: Yukon Canadian Cem., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

 

More About Sara Alice Exline, "Aunt Sadie":

Burial: Yukon Canadian Cem., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

       

Children of Lee Stinchcomb and Sara Exline are:

+      645             i.               Edith Mae13 Stinchcomb, born February 10, 1896; died November 06, 1964.

+      646            ii.               Pearl Stinchcomb, born January 16, 1898; died November 11, 1970.

+      647           iii.               Verde Emerson Stinchcomb, born February 17, 1900; died June 29, 1977.

        648           iv.               Thelma Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born November 01, 1901 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died January 03, 1903 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About Thelma Stinchcomb:

Burial: Yukon Canadian Cem., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

 

        649            v.               Infant Son Stinchcomb (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.), born October 01, 1903 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.); died October 21, 1903 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.).

 

More About Infant Son Stinchcomb:

Burial: Yukon Canadian Cem., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Source: David E. Stinchcomb.)

 

+      650           vi.               Richard Park Stinchcomb, born April 03, 1905 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

+      651          vii.               John Temple Stinchcomb, born December 06, 1907 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; died May 30, 1963 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

+      652         viii.               Glen Clifford Stinchcomb, born March 07, 1911 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; died September 17, 1981 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

+      653            ix.               Helen Genevieve Stinchcomb, born July 03, 1913 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; died March 09, 1976 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

+      654             x.               Ruth Allyne Stinchcomb, born December 12, 1915 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

 

 

        468.  Frank J.12 Stinchcomb (Noah Wesley11, Noah10, John9, Nathaniel8, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 29, 1855, and died May 04, 1903.  He married Maggie Wershmitt November 27, 1884.  She was born October 29, 1862, and died Abt. 1953.

       

Children of Frank Stinchcomb and Maggie Wershmitt are:

+      655             i.               Henry13 Stinchcomb, born September 07, 1885; died January 12, 1944.

        656            ii.               Albert Stinchcomb, born May 13, 1887; died Abt. 1963.

 

 

        476.  William Allen12 Stinchcomb (James11 W.Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1852 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio.  He married Julia Virginia Maria Emilie Baumberger January 07, 1886 in New Albany, Floyd co., Indiana, daughter of J.C. Baumberger and Maria Johenning.  She was born Abt. 1861 in Kentucky, and died August 04, 1945 in Jefferson county, Kentucky.

 

Notes for William Allen Stinchcomb:

William Allen Stinchcomb was a Writer and Editor in Nebraska, Kentucky, Texas, Colorado, and Baltimore, Maryland. William is living and working in Saunders County, Nebraska when his Father, James W. Stinchcomb dies in Adams County on December 18, 1878. The December 25, 1878 edition of the "Juniata Herald" which carries his Father's obituary contains a small article about William, describing him as a "Racy Writer". After his Father's death, William travels where his work as a writer and reporter takes him. He is in Louisville, Kentucky about 1884-1885, not far from Cincinnati, Ohio, where his brothers George and Douglas are living and working. William meets Julia Maria Emilie Baumberger in Louisville, Kentucky, where she is working, helping her Father in his place of business. After a short courtship William and Julia go across the Ohio River to New Albany, Indiana, where they are married, January 7, 1886 by Justice of the Peace, Lawrence B. Huckeby. 

William and Julia travel back to Nebraska, where their daughter Marie is born in Hastings, Nebraska in November of 1890. Her brother John Bour Stinchcomb is born about 1893.

William and Julia separate in Colorado, (about 1896) and are later divorced. William put Julia and children, Marie and John on a train back to Louisville where Julia is originally from. As William puts them on the train, he says to Julia, "I could take your acid tongue, but your icy stare was more than I could stand." Marie remembered this comment by her father, William, and related it to her children, and grandchildren (The quote was given to me by Julia "Judy" Hofstetter, Marie's granddaughter.) Julia remarries to a man named Mertz by 1903, and has at least one more child. I am informed that William does not see his children again, but does write back and forth with his daughter Marie from Baltimore, Maryland, where he is working for a Newspaper, possibly the Baltimore Sun {?}

 

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Julia Baumberger are:

+      657             i.               Marie Ursula13 Stinchcomb, born November 1890 in Hastings, Nebraska; died December 22, 1964 in Fayette county, Kentucky.

        658            ii.               John Bour Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1893.  He married Ida C. Murphy; born March 11, 1895 (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died July 1976 (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

 

 

        477.  George F.12 Stinchcomb (James11 W.Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: (1) Department of Health. Cincinnati, Ohio, Certificate of Birth no.10932  ( Stephen S.Stinchcomb, Father of child,  George Stinchcomb., (2) Ohio department of Health, Division of Vital statistics, Death Certificate of George Stinchcomb  File no. 4341 (1918), George Stinchcomb, born Jan 31,1854 , Date of death July 7, 1918. Father- James W. Stinchcomb. Mother- Sophronia Shaw.Cause of Death- Diabetes.) was born January 31, 1854 in Lancaster, Fairfield county, Ohio (Source: Ohio department of Health, Division of Vital statistics, Death Certificate no.4341  (George F. Stinchcomb).), and died July 17, 1918 in Cincinnati, Ohio., Hamilton county (Source: Ohio department of Health, Division of Vital statistics, Death Certificate no. 4341  (George Stinchcomb).).  He married Laura McCloud (Source: (1) U.S. Social Security Form SS-5 for Stephen S. Stinchcomb, Dec. 3, 1936, SS-5 form for Social Security Card, Mother's full Maiden Name--  Laura McCloud., (2) State of Ohio, Hamilton county, Marriage records 1909, Application for Marriage License for James H. Stinchcomb   (1909), "His mothers Maiden Name was"- Laura McCloud"His Father's Name"- Geo. F. Stinchcomb.) May 29, 1878 in Fairfield County, Ohio (Source: LDS Family records, Batch Number: M514353 1869-1880, Source Call Number 0295270 - This is the Fairfield County Probate Court Marriage Records 1803-1880..).  She was born April 1859 in Virginia (Source: 1880 Federal Census, for Cincinnati, Ohio, Stinchcomb Laura, born April 1859 in Virginia.), and died March 1929 in Jefferson County, Alabama.

 

Notes for George F. Stinchcomb:

He was named for his Uncle George Franklin Stinchcomb

 

More About George F. Stinchcomb:

Burial: July 19, 1918, Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio (Source: Ohio department of Health, Division of Vital statistics, Death Certificate no. 4341 (George F. Stinchcomb).)

Cause of Death: Diabetes

Masonic initiation: December 05, 1883, McMillan Lodge no.141

Occupation: Typesetter/Printer

 

Notes for Laura McCloud:

enumerated with daughter Sophronia and son-in-law John Deiken in Cincinnati, Ohio 1920

Laura is in the 1925 city directory for Cincinnati, as "Widow of George" living on Freeman rd.

 

Alexander McCloud-born about 1808-wife Delila-moved from Rockingham Co, Va. to Fairfield Co. Oh. in 1859. His father born in Scotland.  (from post on Genforum for McCloud)

       

Children of George Stinchcomb and Laura McCloud are:

        659             i.               Sophronia13 Stinchcomb (Source: U.S.Federal census  1880  Hamilton county,Ohio, Sophronia Stinchcomb enumerated with father George and mother Laura ,age 1.), born December 1878 in Hamilton county, Cincinnati, Ohio.  She married John Deiken Bef. 1910.

 

Notes for Sophronia Stinchcomb:

Both Mother, Laura, and brother George enumerated with Sophronia and husband John Deiken in 1910 census.

 

        660            ii.               Marietta Stinchcomb (Source: 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Ohio, Vol 65, Sht 11, Line 57, enum. dist. 129, Stinchcomb Marietta, daughter, Aug. 1881, age 18, born Ohio.), born August 1881 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton county.; died 1957.  She married Unknown Tisdale.

+      661           iii.               Stephen Solomon Stinchcomb, born November 06, 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton county; died July 06, 1962 in Portsmouth, Ohio, Scioto county.

+      662           iv.               Pearl McCloud Stinchcomb, born April 20, 1886 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton county; died November 05, 1971 in Baptist Hospital, Gadsden, Alabama, Etowah county.

        663            v.               James H. Stinchcomb (Source: 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Ohio, Vol. 65 , sht.11, line 57. enum. dist. 129, Stinchcomb James, son, Nov. 1887, age 12 , born Ohio.), born November 1887 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  He married Blanch A. Ketchum December 25, 1909 in Cincinnati, Ohio , Hamilton county; born 1894 in indiana.

 

More About James H. Stinchcomb:

Occupation: 1909, Teamster

 

        664           vi.               George F. Stinchcomb Jr. (Source: 1900 U.S.Federal Census, Ohio, Vol. 65, Sht.11, line 57, enum. dist. 129, Stinchcomb George, son, Jan. 1893, age 7, born, Ohio.), born January 13, 1893 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton county; died June 23, 1919 in St. Mary's Hosp. Cincinnati, Ohio, Hamilton county.

 

More About George F. Stinchcomb Jr.:

Burial: June 26, 1919, Vine St. Hill Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio, Grave no. 3016

Cause of Death: peritonitis

Medical Information: Died from burst appendix, "Suppurating Peritonitis" Operated on, on June 18, 1919, but died on June 23, 1919.

Occupation: 1919, Chauffeur

 

 

        478.  Douglas Aaron12 Stinchcomb (James11 W.Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: U.S.Federal census  1900 Campbell county,Kentucky, vol 11 enum.dist.32, sheet 13, line 74, Stinchcomb, Douglas A.  born June 1856.) was born June 10, 1856 in Lancaster, Ohio., Fairfield county, and died April 23, 1938 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  He married Adelaide MacKenzie June 08, 1881 in Cincinnati, Ohio (Source: The Restored Cincinnati Marraige Index 1870-1884, Page 1,Cincinnati Daily Times. November 22,1873.), daughter of James MacKenzie and Mary Brown.  She was born 1862 in Ohio, and died June 09, 1896 in Dayton, Kentucky.

 

Notes for Douglas Aaron Stinchcomb:

 Douglas was living with his Father in Adams County, Nebraska at his Fathers death. He is found in the School Census for Adams County in 1875, with his step-sister May McKee. Only May McKee is found on the 1878 School Census for Adams County, Douglas either having graduated, or left School.

 

The next record found for Douglas is the 1880 Federal Census where he is living in Cincinnati, Ohio with his brother George F. Stinchcomb, George's wife Laura, and daughter, Sophronia, age 1.

Douglas becomes a member of the Cincinnati Typographical Union no.3, and works for the Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper. As his brother George was already working for the newspaper, it is very possible that he got Douglas his job, and sponsored him with the Union.

 

Douglas was a member of the Typographical Union for 54 years, being admitted to the Union Printers Home in Colorado Springs, Colorado on February 23, 1934. He lived in the Union retirement home for four years, and two months before his death from a heart attack on April 23, 1938.)

 

After his marriage to Adelaide MacKenzie, Douglas moves where his job takes him, Elmwood, Ohio, Camp Dennison, Ohio, and ends up living in Dayton, Kentucky. His wife Adelaide dies in Dayton, Ky in 1896 (Kentucky Death Index). Douglas is enumerated on the 1900 Federal Census in Dayton Kentucky, with five children, Blanche, Adelaide, Arthur, Clement, Verna, and a housekeeper, Marguerite Carpenter. Douglas and Family are living at 903 Fourth Ave. in Dayton, Campbell County, Kentucky.

 

 

 

 

More About Douglas Aaron Stinchcomb:

Burial: April 26, 1938, Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio (Source: lot card from Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, card number 119495.)

Burial plot: Section 88, lot 259

Cause of Death: coronary occlusion

 

More About Adelaide MacKenzie:

AKA (Facts Pg): "Addie"

Burial: June 11, 1896, Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Cause of Death: phthisis pulmonalis

       

Children of Douglas Stinchcomb and Adelaide MacKenzie are:

+      665             i.               Blanche13 Stinchcomb, born January 1882 in Ohio; died August 14, 1965 in Jefferson county, Kentucky.

+      666            ii.               Adelaide Stinchcomb, born November 1883 in Ohio.

        667           iii.               Arthur Asbury Stinchcomb, born January 22, 1886 in Elmwood, Ohio; died March 07, 1909 in Covington,  Lousiana.

 

More About Arthur Asbury Stinchcomb:

Burial: March 11, 1909, Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Cause of Death: consumption (tuberculosis)

 

+      668           iv.               Verna Stinchcomb, born July 09, 1891.

        669            v.               Clement Bates Stinchcomb, born July 09, 1891 in Camp Dennison, Ohio; died May 16, 1927 in Taft, Kern County,  California.

 

Notes for Clement Bates Stinchcomb:

Enumerated with sister Blanche and husband Harry H.Carns in 1910 census.

Clement died as a result of an automobile accident in Taft, California on May 16, 1927. His body was shipped back to Covington, Ky. from Taft, California by Erickson and Brown Funeral Home. The charges were paid for by Clements Twin sister, Verna Stinchcomb Bradford.

Clement was cremated. His ashes were placed in a 12" square box, and placed in the grave of his mother Adelaide Stinchcomb.

 

More About Clement Bates Stinchcomb:

Burial: May 26, 1927, Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Cause of Death: automobile accident

 

 

        480.  James Kelly12 Stinchcomb (James11 W.Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born July 19, 1878 in Adams county, Nebraska, Kenesaw twp., and died July 01, 1923 in San Francisco, CA.  He married Louise MacNeil, daughter of Scott MacNeil and Louise Bennett. 

 

More About James Kelly Stinchcomb:

Burial: San Francisco, CA

       

Child of James Stinchcomb and Louise MacNeil is:

+      670             i.               James William Sr.13 Stinchcomb, born December 05, 1910 in California; died March 30, 1999 in San Anselmo, California.

 

 

        482.  Henrietta L.12 Pugh (Elizabeth Wiseman11 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born April 14, 1854 in Mount Gilead, Ohio, and died January 22, 1916 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.  She married Hiram Clinton Bennett (Source: Henrietta Elizabeth Moore Bradshaw Whipp.) September 10, 1874 in Edison, Ohio, Morrow County (Source: Henrietta Elizabeth Moore Bradshaw Whipp.).  He was born February 11, 1850 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County, and died September 25, 1924 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

 

More About Hiram Clinton Bennett:

Burial: September 27, 1924, Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County

       

Children of Henrietta Pugh and Hiram Bennett are:

        671             i.               George Marshall13 Bennett, born June 05, 1875 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died February 28, 1903 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

        672            ii.               Alma Edith Bennett, born October 13, 1876 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died June 22, 1936 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.  She married Phillip Moore.

        673           iii.               Robert Lloyd Bennett, born October 24, 1878 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died November 01, 1889 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

        674           iv.               James Pugh Bennett, born December 16, 1880 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died February 02, 1950 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.  He married (1) Gertie Crisnkime.  He married (2) Kate Paschal 1899.  He married (3) Elizabeth Newson 1904.

        675            v.               Walter Scott Bennett, born May 19, 1884 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died January 29, 1941 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.  He married Frances Skillen.

 

More About Walter Scott Bennett:

Occupation: Medical Doctor

 

+      676           vi.               Henrietta Elizabeth Bennett, born May 12, 1886 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died December 27, 1948 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

+      677          vii.               Anna Marguerite Bennett, born July 21, 1893 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County; died August 28, 1971 in Cardington, Ohio, Morrow County.

 

 

        483.  George H.12 Pugh (Elizabeth Wiseman11 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born June 10, 1855 in Mount Gilead, Ohio, and died July 16, 1928 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  He married Mary Louisa Russell. 

 

More About George H. Pugh:

Occupation 1: Abt. 1910, Coroner

Occupation 2: Medical Doctor (M.D.)

Residence: Mt. Gilead, Ohio

       

Children of George Pugh and Mary Russell are:

        678             i.               Beryl R.13 Pugh.

        679            ii.               Jamie Pugh.

 

 

        485.  James Winfield Scott12 Pugh (Elizabeth Wiseman11 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born December 15, 1858 in Mount Gilead, Ohio, and died June 04, 1937 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  He married Caroline Isabelle McCracken September 23, 1886 in Mount Gilead, Morrow County, Ohio, daughter of William McCracken and Mary Green.  She was born May 06, 1862 in Mount Gilead, Ohio, and died November 09, 1929 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.

 

More About James Winfield Scott Pugh:

Burial: Rivercliff Cemetery, Mount Gilead, Ohio

 

More About Caroline Isabelle McCracken:

Burial: Rivercliff Cemetery, Mount Gilead, Ohio

       

Child of James Pugh and Caroline McCracken is:

+      680             i.               Mary Caroline13 Pugh, born March 31, 1890 in Mount Gilead, Ohio; died October 21, 1967 in San Diego, California.

 

 

        490.  Benjamin F. "Frank"12 Pugh (Elizabeth Wiseman11 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb10 Jr., George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1867 in Mount Gilead, Ohio.  He married Emma Kelsey. 

       

Children of Benjamin Pugh and Emma Kelsey are:

        681             i.               Wilma13 Pugh (Source: Henrietta Elizabeth Moore Bradshaw Whipp.).

        682            ii.               Dorothy Pugh (Source: Henrietta Elizabeth Moore Bradshaw Whipp.).

        683           iii.               Edgar Pugh (Source: Henrietta Elizabeth Moore Bradshaw Whipp.).

 

 

        492.  Josephine Lee12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1)

       

Child of Josephine Lee Stinchcomb is:

        684             i.               Laura13 Unknown.

 

 

        494.  James S.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born April 1850 in Perry co., Ohio, and died in Upper Sandusky, Wyandot co., Ohio.  He married Barbara Lucella Gault.  She was born 1851 in Pennsylvania.

       

Children of James Stinchcomb and Barbara Gault are:

        685             i.               Loyd13 Stinchcomb.

+      686            ii.               Myrtle Stinchcomb, born March 1876 in Ohio; died in Denver, Adams co., Co.

        687           iii.               Alice L. Stinchcomb, born October 10, 1877 in Wyandot co., Ohio.

        688           iv.               Ada Stinchcomb, born December 1885 in Ohio.

+      689            v.               Levi Harrison Stinchcomb, born April 24, 1889 in Sycamore, BloomvilleOhio.

 

 

        495.  William A.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1852 in Ohio.  He married Catherine Walton. 

       

Children of William Stinchcomb and Catherine Walton are:

        690             i.               Blanche13 Stinchcomb.

        691            ii.               Grace Stinchcomb.

        692           iii.               Faith Stinchcomb.

+      693           iv.               Gertrude Della Stinchcomb, born February 01, 1879 in Wyandot county, Ohio; died January 26, 1958.

 

 

        496.  Frank L.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born May 19, 1858 in Ohio.  He married Hettie Eckleberry January 19, 1892 in Wyandot Co, Ohio (Source: Clark Sinclair.), daughter of Nathaniel Eckleberry and Eliza.  She was born January 1860 in Ohio.

       

Child of Frank Stinchcomb and Hettie Eckleberry is:

        694             i.               Beulah13 Stinchcomb, Adopted child.

 

 

        497.  Scott W.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born March 31, 1860 in Ohio, and died July 17, 1913 in Stark County, Ohio (Source: Ohio Death Index, vol. no. 1135, certificate no. 42810.).  He married Cedilla Super March 13, 1883 in Ohio, daughter of Jacob Super and Louise Myer.  She was born October 23, 1862 in Ohio, and died February 09, 1935 in Stark County, Ohio (Source: Ohio Death Index, vol. no. 7754,  certificate no. 12914.).

       

Children of Scott Stinchcomb and Cedilla Super are:

        695             i.               Blanch13 Stinchcomb, born February 01, 1883 in North Dakota.

+      696            ii.               Louell Stinchcomb, born December 30, 1885 in North Dakota; died April 25, 1970 in Dawson, North Dakota.

+      697           iii.               John W. Stinchcomb, born January 15, 1888 in North Dakota.

        698           iv.               Glen R. Stinchcomb, born August 29, 1889 in North Dakota.

        699            v.               Earl M. Stinchcomb, born May 1893 in North Dakota.

        700           vi.               Leah C. Stinchcomb, born May 26, 1895 in North Dakota.

        701          vii.               Roger M. Stinchcomb, born April 21, 1897 in North Dakota.

        702         viii.               Cletus H. Stinchcomb (Source: Social Security Death Index.), born November 07, 1899 in Ohio, Stark county (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died January 1975 in Bergholz, Ohio (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

 

 

        498.  Elmer Ellsworth12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born October 12, 1861 in Sycamore, Ohio, Stark co., and died October 09, 1946 in Syracuse, Hamilton co., Kansas.  He married Mary Ellen Spahr November 30, 1887 in Garrison, McLean co., North Dakota.  She was born May 09, 1871 in Duncannon, Perry co., Pa, and died August 23, 1936 in Syracuse, Hamilton co., Kansas.

 

More About Elmer Ellsworth Stinchcomb:

Burial: Syracuse, Hamilton co., Kansas

       

Children of Elmer Stinchcomb and Mary Spahr are:

+      703             i.               Loy Essler13 Stinchcomb, born August 08, 1889 in Dawson, Kidder co., ND; died April 22, 1981 in Blythe, Riverside co., CA.

+      704            ii.               Marvel Stinchcomb, born January 31, 1891 in Dawson, Kidder co., ND; died in Seattle, King co., Wa.

+      705           iii.               Hazel Stinchcomb, born September 15, 1894.

+      706           iv.               Louis Ashurst Stinchcomb, born 1899 in Dawson, Kidder co., ND; died April 24, 1936 in Brandon, Kiowa co., CO.

+      707            v.               Arla Agnus Stinchcomb, born December 12, 1901 in Garrison, McLean co., ND; died June 27, 1982.

+      708           vi.               Richard Holton Stinchcomb, born January 09, 1906 in Garrison, McLean co., N.D.; died January 22, 1994 in Syracuse, Hamilton co., Kansas.

+      709          vii.               George Russell Stinchcomb, born September 02, 1906 in Garrison, McLean co., ND; died April 1987.

+      710         viii.               Vera Stinchcomb, born 1910 in North Dakota.

+      711            ix.               Rhene Stinchcomb, born July 27, 1915 in Deerfield, Kearny co., KS; died June 20, 1987 in Lakin, Kearny co., KS.

 

 

        499.  Nellie M.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born June 12, 1865 in Wyandot co., Ohio, and died March 19, 1894 in Dubuque, Dubuque co., IA.  She married Elston Peterson in Jamestown, Stutsman co., ND. 

 

More About Nellie M. Stinchcomb:

Burial: Dubuque, Dubuque co., IA

       

Children of Nellie Stinchcomb and Elston Peterson are:

        712             i.               Infant Daughter13 Peterson.

        713            ii.               Nemah Peterson, born 1890.

        714           iii.               Earl Peterson, born 1892.

 

 

        500.  Margaret J.12 Stinchcomb (John Wesley11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1868 in Ohio.  She married Edward Bope.  

 

More About Margaret J. Stinchcomb:

Burial: Canton, Ohio

       

Child of Margaret Stinchcomb and Edward Bope is:

        715             i.               Neva13 Bope.

 

 

        502.  Mary S.12 Stinchcomb (Daniel Camp11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 01, 1858.  She married George A. Little March 06, 1879, son of James Little and Martha Braum.  He was born Aft. 1859.

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and George Little are:

        716             i.               Mabel S.13 Little, born December 03, 1879.

        717            ii.               Florence Catherine Little, born December 06, 1880.

        718           iii.               Mammie Little, born September 27, 1886.

 

 

        503.  Emma R.12 Stinchcomb (Daniel Camp11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 18, 1860.  She married Clarence E. Kitchen October 23, 1890. 

       

Child of Emma Stinchcomb and Clarence Kitchen is:

        719             i.               Paul E.13 Kitchen, born October 08, 1891.

 

 

        506.  James Grant12 Stinchcomb (Daniel Camp11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born November 07, 1864 in Seneca county, Ohio, and died October 13, 1938 in Columbus, Ohio.  He married (1) Emma Jane Milligan October 20, 1889 in Ohio, daughter of John W.Milligan and Mary Cole.  She was born August 1863 in Ohio, and died 1919.  He married (2) Cora Steinmetz 1920. 

       

Children of James Stinchcomb and Emma Milligan are:

+      720             i.               Orville George13 Stinchcomb, born July 16, 1893.

        721            ii.               Gaylord Roscoe "Pete" Stinchcomb, born June 24, 1895 (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died August 1973 in Findlay, Ohio (Source: Social Security Death Index.).  He married Ann Jane Summers September 30, 1921; born July 18, 1897 (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died July 1987 in Findlay, Ohio (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

 

Notes for Gaylord Roscoe "Pete" Stinchcomb:

Initiated, and Passed at University Lodge no. 631 F&AM of Ohio, in 1921 and 1922. No further record.

Application on file with National Society, Sons of the American Revolution (N.S.S.A.R.) in Louisville, KY, at N.S.S.A.R. Library.

 

+      722           iii.               Mary Isabelle Stinchcomb, born May 16, 1897.

 

       

Children of James Stinchcomb and Cora Steinmetz are:

        723             i.               Mary Catherine13 Stinchcomb.

        724            ii.               Evelyn Stinchcomb.

        725           iii.               John Stinchcomb.

        726           iv.               Ann Stinchcomb.

 

 

        507.  William E.12 Stinchcomb (Daniel Camp11, James10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born September 15, 1865, and died 1932.  He married Minnie Fox November 14, 1891. 

 

Notes for William E. Stinchcomb:

Member of Harts Grove Lodge no.397 F&AM of Ohio. initiated 7-24-1914. suspended for non payment of dues 5-28-1926.

       

Child of William Stinchcomb and Minnie Fox is:

        727             i.               Thomas Juddrove13 Stinchcomb, born August 16, 1892 (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died July 1969 in Culver, Indiana (Source: Social Security Death Index.).  He married Fern ?; born December 19, 1894 (Source: Social Security Death Index.); died December 1976 in South Bend, Indiana (Source: Social Security Death Index.).

 

More About Thomas Juddrove Stinchcomb:

Residence: 46511 Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Social Security Number: 303-34-2531

 

 

        524.  Sarah J. "Sade"12 Geyer (Mary Ann11 Valentine, Catherine10 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.) was born 1849 in Morrow County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin.), and died 1897 in Morrow County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin.).  She married Andrew "Andy" Reed (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.) Bef. 1867 (Source: David B. Rankin.).  He was born 1840 in Illinois (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.), and died 1930 in Morrow County, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.).

 

Notes for Sarah J. "Sade" Geyer:

 Sarah J. "Sade" Geyer was born in 1849 in Ohio.13  She appeared on the census in 1850 in home of parent.  She appeared on the census on July 29, 1870 in home of spouse.  She died in 1897.14  She was buried in North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.15

 

She was married to Andrew "Andy" Reed before 1867.  Andrew "Andy" Reed was born in 1840 in Illinois.  He appeared on the census on July 29, 1870 in Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.  He died in 1930.  He was buried in North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.19  He served in Company H, 64th Regiment, OVI.  Sarah J. "Sade" Geyer and Andrew "Andy" Reed had the following children:

 

        11    i.        William "Will" G. Reed was born about 1869 in Morrow County, Ohio.  He appeared on the census on July 29, 1870 in home of parent.

        12    ii.        Ida May Reed was born about 1867 in Morrow County, Ohio.  She appeared on the census on July 29, 1870 in home of parent.

        13    iii.        Clarence Reed. 

        14    iv.        George H. Reed was born in 1877.20  He died in 1925.21  He was buried in North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow County, Ohio.22

        15    v.        Charlie Reed. 

        16    vi.        Mell Reed. 

 

 

 

More About Sarah J. "Sade" Geyer:

Burial: North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan twp., Morrow county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin.)

 

More About Andrew "Andy" Reed:

Burial: North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan twp., Morrow county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.)

Military service: Bet. 1861 - 1865, Company H, 64th Regiment, OVI

       

Children of Sarah Geyer and Andrew Reed are:

        728             i.               William G. "Will"13 Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.), born Abt. 1869.

        729            ii.               Ida May Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.), born Abt. 1867.

        730           iii.               Clarence Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.).

        731           iv.               George H. Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.), born 1877 (Source: David B. Rankin.); died 1925 (Source: David B. Rankin.).

 

More About George H. Reed:

Burial: North Canaan Cemetery, Canaan twp., Morrow county, Ohio (Source: David B. Rankin.)

 

        732            v.               Charlie Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.).

        733           vi.               Mell Reed (Source: David B. Rankin.).

 

 

        525.  Harrison B. "Hod"12 Geyer (Mary Ann11 Valentine, Catherine10 Stinchcomb, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) (Source: David B. Rankin, email: daverk@gtemail.net, home page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~daverk.) was born 1852 in Morrow County, Ohio, and died October 28, 1935 in Marion County, Ohio.  He married Margaret A. Plottner/Plotner June 20, 1875 in Marion county, Ohio.  She was born 1857.

 

Notes for Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer:

8.  Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer was born in 1852 in Morrow County, Ohio.23  He appeared on the census in 1880 in Caledonia, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.  He died on October 28, 1935 in Marion County, Ohio.24,25  He died in 1936 according to his headstone inscription.  He was buried in New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.26

 

He was married to Margaret A. Plottner/Plotner on June 20, 1875 in Marion County, Ohio.27  They were married by Rev. A. D. Matthews.  Margaret A. Plottner/Plotner was born in 1857.28  She appeared on the census in 1880 in home of spouse.  Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer and Margaret A. Plottner/Plotner had the following children:

 

        17    i.        Otto M. Geyer was born about 1878 in Ohio.  He appeared on the census in 1880 in home of parent.

        +18  ii.        Eldo F. Geyer (born on October 22, 1879).

        19    iii.        James Geyer. 

        20    iv.        Ilah Geyer. 

        21    v.        Lewis L. Geyer was born on October 4, 1883.29,30  He died on November 8, 1958 in Marion, Marion County, Ohio.29,31  His death date was listed as Nov. 8, 1959, according to the cemetery inscriptions.  He was buried in New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.32

 

 

 

More About Harrison B. "Hod" Geyer:

Burial: New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio

       

Children of Harrison Geyer and Margaret Plottner/Plotner are:

        734             i.               Otto M.13 Geyer, born Abt. 1878.

        735            ii.               Eldo F. Geyer, born October 22, 1879.

        736           iii.               James Geyer.

        737           iv.               Ilah Geyer.

        738            v.               Lewis L. Geyer, born October 04, 1883 in Marion County, Ohio; died November 08, 1959.

 

Notes for Lewis L. Geyer:

Lewis L. Geyer was born on October 4, 1883.29,30  He died on November 8, 1958 in Marion, Marion County, Ohio.29,31  His death date was listed as Nov. 8, 1959, according to the cemetery inscriptions.  He was buried in New Caledonia Cemetery, Claridon Township, Marion County, Ohio.32

 

 

More About Lewis L. Geyer:

Burial: New Caledonia Cem., Claridon twp., Marion county, Ohio

 

 

        530.  Mary C.12 Stinchcomb (George S.11, John10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born January 03, 1858 in Seneca County, Ohio, and died January 1940.  She married John David Gittinger (Source: Linda Hickman.) October 05, 1881 in Seneca County, Ohio, son of Daniel Gittinger and Jane Dudrow.  He was born May 02, 1842 in Maryland (Source: Linda Hickman.), and died July 09, 1906 in Seneca County, Ohio.

 

More About John David Gittinger:

Date born 2: May 02, 1842

       

Children of Mary Stinchcomb and John Gittinger are:

        739             i.               William H.13 Gittinger.

        740            ii.               J. Vere Gittinger, born June 23, 1889.

 

 

        531.  Laura E.12 Stinchcomb (George S.11, John10, George Stinchcomb9 Sr., William8 Stinchcomb, John7, Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1859 in Ohio (Source: Linda Hickman.), and died June 1898 in Watson Station, Seneca County, Ohio (Source: Linda Hickman.).  She married Daniel Webster Gittinger (Source: Linda Hickman.) September 28, 1882 (Source: Linda Hickman.), son of Daniel Gittinger and Jane Dudrow.  He was born March 16, 1855 in Seneca County, Ohio (Source: Linda Hickman.), and died January 03, 1934 in Seneca County, Ohio (Source: Linda Hickman.).

       

Children of Laura Stinchcomb and Daniel Gittinger are:

+      741             i.               Warren Lee13 Gittinger, born February 25, 1884 in Seneca County, Ohio; died October 19, 1959 in Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio.

+      742            ii.               Sadie May Gittinger, died November 23, 1958 in Toledo, Ohio.

+      743           iii.               Amy Pearl Gittinger, born July 05, 1892 in Seneca County, Ohio; died July 08, 1972 in Clyde, Sandusky County, Ohio.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

        542.  Bernard Ellsworth Stinchcomb13 Sr. (George Andrew Jackson12 Stinchcomb, Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb11 Jr., Thomas Wesley Stinchcomb10 Sr., William Henry9 Stinchcomb, Thomas8, Nathaniel7, Nathaniel6, Nicholas II5, Nicholas Stinchcomb of4 Killcott, Thomas3 Stinchcomb, Nicholas2, Thomas1) was born 1908, and died April 21, 1974 in Maryland.

       

Children of Bernard Ellsworth Stinchcomb Sr. are:

        744             i.               Dawn14 Stinchcomb, born 1962.  She married Gary D. Wade.

        745            ii.               Bernard Ellsworth Stinchcomb Jr..

 

 

        543.  Victor Everett13 Stinchcomb (Walter Mansfield12, Alfred Asbury11, William Jr.10, William Henry