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Dehaven Descendancy






My great great grandfather, William Smith, married Mary Dehaven, daughter

of Jesse Dehaven of London Britain, Pennsylvania.  I am particularly

tracing his descendants and those of his father, Samuel II of Horsham, in

Montgomery County. For those lines,  go to descendants of

Samuel II, , below. For Jesse Dehaven's Smith line of descent,  Go to my

main genealogical file , see Smith group sheets at end.  But people

tracing Dehaven ancestry are likely to be descended from any branch of the

family, so there is a need for the data base below.  I am often finding

that to trace my close relatives I have to be able to tell people which

Dehavens they ARE descended from! 



One key clue; if you know of a family tale about an ancestor named Jacob

who leant money to George Washington during the Revolutionary War and it

was never paid back, you're a Dehaven.  No matter HOW you don't know how

you link up to the family.  That story happened to alot of people, but no

other family REMEMBERS such a tale - let alone has been persistently fully

organized and suing in federal courts and lobbying Congress to RECOVER the

money for the past 200 years.  Dehavens are one exceptional family.  For

the full story,  Go to

my Dehaven history page . 



For more information on early Dehavens and for information on Smith lines

of descent from Jesse Dehaven, see



    My main genealogical file 

    My notes on the Dehavens 

    German Dehaven history 

    Evert's and Peter's seal, Jesse Dehaven's mark" 





Unfortunately Dehavens are a feudal lot (we come from French

pre-Reformation Huguenot stock) and not too great on coordination, so

anyone researching Dehaven ancestry needs to check a half dozen places

where the information is likely to be.  



A number of Dehavens belong to a mailing list, DEHAVEN-L@rootsweb.com, and

their postings are archived and searchable at  mailing list (click on searches) at

Rootsweb .  Several people have posted LARGE amounts of Dehaven

genealogical information to this list.  



Don Shockley and Joe Patterson have a set of good and informative

biographical and genealogical documents on early Dehavens

including Samuel II's line at the USGENWEB archives under

Pennsylvania: Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, biography. 



 Montgomery Co PA biography 



 Philadelphia Co PA biography 



Then there is the Dehaven Club.  This large 20+ or something year old club

is a great resource.  Membership is $10 per year, and you get your own

genealogy, if their president (and author) Dorothy Bertine has it, and she

has an awful lot collected.  You also get three interesting newsletters

full of interesting information, and I got a set of back issues, a copy of

Baron Von Alten's chart, and a directory of the club's several hundred

members with phone numbers, addresses, and code of which Dehaven line they

belong to if they know it.  You don't have to know or prove you are a

Dehaven to join the club.  Bertine the genealogy-eating monster is

secretive, won't share with you an awful lot of information you need to

for instance find your immediate relatives, and also likes to harass

people with legal threats if they share their own information, so alot of

people don't give her their information, therefore she doesn't have all of

it!  However, people will often share freely with each other, so one

just writes to them or calls them up on the phone.  Bertine

the genealogy-eating fiend aside, Club membership is well worth the

investment.  Their web site is at  Dehaven Club Web site .  





The information below is taken from information available to me; from

relatives and members of those lines, Baron Von Alten's chart, Helen

Martha Wright's Dehaven genealogy, Brogan family documents compiled by

D.A.R.  This isn't necessarily the most up to date information, and Baron

VonAlten's chart is particularly prone to errors.  The chart was compiled

to settle an estate.  Compilers of such charts often have little reason to

make any effort to be accurate.  It's still one of the best Dehaven

genealogical guides ever put together, and its small size (it comes as a

compact 11 X 17 or something chart) makes it popular.  Following is

sections of an article on its history from a Chester County newspaper.

January unreadable, vol 9, #1, forget about the title of the newspaper, I

guess.



"DE HAVEN- A Correction.  At the rooms of the Historical Society of

Pennsylvania, in Phiadelphia, and also at the Historical Society of

Montgomery County, in Norristown, there is the copy of a chart bearing the

heading, "Genealogy of de Haven."  The descendants of some of teh male

lines of the immigrant "Evert in den Hoeven" (De Haven) are there given."

Author, Mrs. Carrie E. Tucker Dracasse, purports to be compiler from

original sources of a larger sheet "of a part of which the foregoing

purported to be a copy" here clarifies its history.



"The original large sheet, or, as it is better known, the "Chart", four

yards long and four feet wide, written by hand and mounted on muslin, is a

"they-say-so" chart, compiled from a correspondence carried on with De

Haven descendants in all parts of the United States, from February, 1894,

to May, 1895, by the writer of this article, and contanis the information

exactly as it was received.



"Many of the records are from "Family Bibles" or "lineage books" kept in

the families.  The many inconsistencies found in the earlier generations

show taht, the constant repition of Christian Nanes in all lines, caused

great confusion when it came to recitin g traditions. No efforts were made

during that year to verify any of the statements received...no material

changes ever having been made in it for certain very definiate reasons.



"BAron Eberhard von Alten, then of Weimar, Germany, whose wife was a De

Haven, arranged the data for the printed sheet.  IN 1894-1895, he had

visited America, made some researchesinNew York and Philadelphia and

called at my home in Chicago.  Returning to GErmany, he employed a

genealogiest to collect such data as could be found there, which, later,

he sent me.  Meanwhile, as secretary-treasurer of the "De Haven club of

Chicago," I had made the compilation from the correspondence to show the

inconsistencies and the need of careful research; had spent several weeks

among De Haven descendants in Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, being

greatly assisted in Philadelphia by Mr. Thomas R. Supplee, since deceased,

and had continued the correspondence.  (Note, if this person wasn't his

only source, it is unlikely that his chart contains only information he

copied from her chart.)



Returning to America about four years later, Baron von Alten requested

the privelege of copying some of the male lines from my compilation, and

himself did the copying.  In several places, as dates  and locations seemd

to justify them, he made changes or additions.  Records found since show

that, some of these changes and additions were not warranted by facts.  



There are other errors in the printed sheet, such as come from haste in

copying, and typographical errors, which could hardly have been avoided

since the printing was done in Germany...No attempt has been made to

correct errors in the printed copies which have come to my notice..."



Mrs. Dracasse then describes the history of her De Haven family club in

Chicago, started winter 1893-4, she daughter of Ann CAtharine Dehaven

Tucker, one of the tehn two living daughters of JOhn De Haven, b

Pennsylvania.  She hoped to publish the apparently considerable

information that they compiled; it doesn't say if she ever did, and I

don't know if she ever did. 





Dehaven Genealogy

Evert Inderhoffin or Indehoeven married Elizabeth Schippbower in Muelheim, Germany. In 1680's or 1690's they were among the initial settlers of Germantown, in what is now Philadelphia. Children of Evert Indehoeven and Elizabeth Schippower (from Wright and Baron Von Alt chart) I Wilhelm b ___ bapt Mulheim ll/29/1680 d in infancy II Gerhard alias Garret bapt Mulheim l2/5/1681. d 2/1747 buried Mannon Ch Chippack Will, City Hall, Philadelphia, m Maria or Anna Marie Selle. Lived Perkomien/ Skippack TWP, drowned when his ship sank. Had two children. 2 Evert II or Eberhard or Edward b5/29/1710 Skippack or 8/17/1806? d 1747 bur Skippack 2 Margriet bapt 9/4/1711 Skippack d 1745, 6 or 8 m John Peter Keiter or __ Kyder, Keiler. bur Mennonite bur grnd Skippack. I think this is the one that one can't be sure which Margaret buried there is her. III Herman, alias Harmond b Mulheim d 4/1752 will, ciity Hall, Philadelphia, m Anita OpdenGraef. Lived perkiomen/ Skippack TWP 2 Edward b 1713 m Hannah Wanger d Lancaster Co 3 John b perhaps m Racel Morgan 3 Margaret b m ___ Bell 3 Harmon b aft 1755 m Susannah Miller 3 Hannah b aft 1759 3 Mary b after 1759 3 Edward b __ m Sarah ___ 3 Abraham b 1763 m Sarah ____ 2 Abaraham m 1736 Rebecca Pawling, dau John and Anyje Dewitt Pawling farm assc w old Trappe Evangelical Lutheran Ch Will 1771, Loudoun Co, Va 3 Hannah m Dirk Pennybacker 3 Abraham b 1747 m Ann Laken (Luken) 3 Ann b bef 1750 m Greeberry Samuels 3 Isaac b 1750 m (1) Ann Jones m (2) Frances Graves 3 Rebecca b aft 1752 3 Sarah b aft 1752 3 Jacob b 1750/4 m (1) Mary Sinclair m (2) Nancy Bell 3 Elizabeth b m Andrew Bilsland 3 Jesse b abt 1767 m Drucilla ___ 3 Mary b 1753 d young, not in will 2 John, alive 1752 2 Katherine, m ?Micael ?DAvis 1 k.c. 3 George Davis 2 Margaret b 1721 m William Davis 3 David Davis b 1749 3 Aaron DAvis 3 Israel Davis 3 Benjamin Davis 3 William Davis 3 Isaac Davis 3 Hannah Davis 3 Margaret Davis 2 Elizabeth m John Pawling son JOhn and Anjye Pawling 3 Ann b 1745 m Jacob Pennypacker 3 Deborah m William John Twaddell 3 Hannah m General John Heister 3 RAchel b 1765 m George Reif 2 Jacob m (1) Margaretta Bucher (2) Eleanor Davis, Limierick and Somerset Counties, 2 c 3 William b bef 1755 m Maria Magdelena Hirsch 3 Ann b 1757 m Everard Foulke 2 Mary m Samuel Seicly (Seely) 3 William 3 Samuel 3 Sarah 2 Harmond b 1729 m Mary Umstadt 3 Peter b 1754 m Elizabeth Eigner 3 John b 1756 m Mary Umstedt Coplin 3 Mary m Henry Boyer 3 Jacob b 1760 m Catherine Frey V Anna bapt Mulheim l/7/1691. (Gerdruth?) remained in Muelheim VII Annecke m Jacob Op den Graef (Updegrave) lived Perkiomen/ Skippack Twp Montgomery Co (Phila co until 1752) 2 Elizabeth m David Rausch 2 Abraham m Christine Peterson 2 Edward m Ann ___ 2 Catherine (Cathrina ) m Richard Gobel (Gable) 2 Margaret m ___ 2 Ennken/ Ann m ____ VI Will bapt Mulheim 1694 remained in Mulheim. IV Peter I bapt Mulheim 3/12/1686/8, d 5/23/1768, Bur Old Blue Bell Church, will City Hall, Philadelphia, m Sidonia Levering, b 4/23/1691, d abt 173 * The three reputed "brothers from France" of family myth. 2 Edward b___ m Margaret OpdenGraef in 1760 had six children. 2 Modlin (Magdalen) b 11/25/1716 d 9/28/1801 m Hance Supplee lived Swedeland, Norriton Wocester TWPS 3 Andrew m 1 Mary Zimmerman 2 Rachel E Davis 3 Elizabeth m Jacob Zimmerman 3 Sarah d as infant 3 Deborah m Christopher Zimmerman 3 Catherine d as infant 3 Peter m Susannah Wagner d Valley Forge 1/24/1778 3 Abraham m Margaret McGlathery 3 Hannah m Jacaob Kern 3 Rebecca m David Wagner 3 RAchel m Wm Tyson 3 Isaac m Elizabeth Ball 3 Jacob unm 3 John m Achsa Botsford 3 Mary m John Bartlman Or Bartlesch 2 Ezekiel Shearman 2 John b 1715 or 14 d 1812 m Maria in 1760 four children? Wright lists two m 6/17/1743 lst Prebyt Ch Philadelphia Elizabeth Potts b 1722 d 10/19/18__ lived Whitepain Twp Philadelphia lived Bluebell 3 DAvid m Deborah Zimmerman or Deborah Zimmerman, 12 mo, 1, 1763 lived Blue BEll, Whitpain twp 4 Nathan 4 John m Sarah Roades 4 Lydia m Cornelius Rhoades 4 Isaac m Julia ___ 4 DAvid b 3/14/1803 d 1/11/1887 m 3/12/1865? Caroline Jones 5 Marshall J b 1/8/1836 d 5/3/1919 m Maria Wright lived Jefferson PA 6 Marshall WRight 6 Maria Wright page missing from Wright's book. 5 Harrison Z 5 Sarah J mm Enos Beam 5 Mary L m Mason M Murray page missing from Wright's book (these pages maybe stolein by someone of this line?) 5 Chas T m Hannah Goodwin 6 Carrie M m C Gilbert Fisher, 5 mo 1889 5 John M Dehaven b 3/24/1845 d 1895 m Kate Berkenstock lived Philadelphia 6 Clara M m Smedley 6 Emma m Delp 6 John M Dehaven Jr. 5 David R Dehaven b 8/11/1848 d 9/26/1923 m E Murray lived Somers Point, NJ 6 Harry 6 Louis m ____ 6 Agnes 6 Tillie 5 RAchel R Dehaven b 11/11/1850 m 11/4/1875 Albert Shoemaker 6 Irene D m Edward B Conard 6 Lida G 6 Leslie 6 Uarda A m Rev J Stanley Richards 3 Lydia b 1/22/1752 d 3/26/1856 m 4/26/1725 Matthias Wentz b 1749 Worcester TWP d 8/16/1823 Whitpain TWP bur Boehm Ref Ch, Blue Bell, PA son of Peter Wentz, 2d b 1719 d 1793 and Rosanna b 1718 d 1794 bur Wentz Private Burial Ground Worcester, Montgo Co PA Peter was one of founders of Wentz's Reformed Church, Worcester. Octoer 1777 Wentz enterained General Washington and his staff in his home in Worcester. 4 Jonathan or Abraham (page from WRight is unreadable) b 17something bur Unionville Cem Whitemarsh TWP m Margaret Scheetz b 3/31/1797 d ? buried Union Cemetery Whitemarsh 5 Catharine H m John Shade 5 Henry J 5 Elisabeth E m Samuel Shugard 5 George Honker m Sarah Ann Wentz 4 Samuel 4 Levi m Ann 4 Jacobim Wentz b 2/5/1785 Worcester d 8/27/1855 "Hope Lodge" by Whitemarsh bur Union Cemetry Whitemarsh m Catherine Heller b 1/18/1797 d 12/7/1857 Hope Lodge She dau Daniel Heller Upper Dublin TWP Montgomery Co PA 1768, d 1829. lived Whitemarsh, Montgomery Co. In June 1832 he purchased from John G Watmough et al "Hope Lodge" in Whit3marsh. "Captain Jacob Wentz in War of 1812. 5 Thoreas m Thomas Bitting 5 Margaret m Der Adam Martin 5 Sarah Ann Wentz b 7/30/1822 d 8/15/1894 bur Union Cem Whitemarsh m 3/2/1843 m George Honker Wentz b 4/21/1818 d 6/21/1882 Springfield TWP Montgomery Co bur Union Cem, Whitemarsh 6 Margaret Martin Wentz b 1843 Hope Lodge, Whitemarsh d 10/17/1928 Norristown PA bur Union Cem Whitemarsh m 3/14/1870 Philadelphia PA Samuel S Jones b 3/25/1844 Academy, Montgomery Co d 5/9/1932 Norristown Montgomery Co bur Union Cem, Whitemarsh Son of JOhn M Jones b 6/14/1796 d 6/12/1872 and 2nd wife Hannay Matlack Trasel (b 4/5/1805 d 4/2/1864) gt gt gson of Rev Malachi Jones, first Minister of Abington Presbyterian Ch, Montgomery Cp PA, founded 1714. 7 Harry P 7 Flora M 7 Franklin M m Mae Blanche Lowe 7 Howard Harland m Dorothy Merritt Cockrill of Baltimore, MD 8 Dorothy Merritt Jones 6 Catherine 6 Jacob m Ella Thompson 6 Theresa Bitting 6 Emma 6 John Adam 6 William A 6 Ella M 5 Mary Wentz b 9/24/1826 d 2/1/1888 bur Union Cem m 12/27/1849 William Yeakle b 11/__/1821 bur Union Cem Whitemarsh son of Jacob and Gertrude (Urfler?) Yeakle 6 (four children, three readable) 6 Atwood Yeakle b 10/18/1850 living (when Wright publ book) m 11/10/1875 Caroline Aiman, dau Samuel H Aiman 7 William L 7 Eleanor Gertude m John J Corson 8 Caroline Huston 8 Eleanor Gertrude 7 Mary Virginia m Henry F Derr 8 Mary Virginia 8 William Henry 7 Walter Atwood Yeakle m Elizabeth Marie Wheeler dauof George F and Mary L (Stack) Wheeler 8 JOseph Walter Yeakle 8 Charles Wheeler Yeakle 8 George Atwood Yeakle 6 Gertrude Yeakle b 6/13/1853 d 2/12/1880 m Lewis H Clyne b 7/27/1857 7 Edith Y 7 William M 6 Ambrose Yeakle b 10/14/1854 d 11/16/1926 m 1880 Emma L Gilbert b 1/19/1860 7 E_ner C m Lilly May Fix? 7 Edna May 7 Clarence G m E Gilbert 7 Laura m Albert K Frantz 7 William A 6 John? married. 5 Daniel H m Henrieta Heist 5 Elizabeth Amanda m Joseph Detwiler 5 Thomas J m Mary Streeyer 5 Albert Jacob 5 John m Ellen Munsh___? *2 Peter II b 1719 d ll/ll/1815 m Sarah Hughes b 1722 d 9.15.1760 gunsmith lived Philadelphia 1 c m (2) 1/18/1763 Elizabeth Knight 3 c's 3 (1) Hugh b 1750 d 8/5/1825 m 4/27/1775 Sarah Holstein b __/3/1855 d 3/3/1822 4 Peter V b 1776 Philadelphia d 1840 m 1/25/1801 Sarah Elisaabeth At Lee b 11/28/1779 d 1867 in Chicago 5 Sarah Raule d jung 5 At Lee Augustus b 1804 m 1827 to Anna Courtney b Philadelphia 9/1805 d /1865 6 Julia Augusta D 1725/1825 m 12/1/1853 Dr. Benjamin Franklin Buhn Birdsborough, PA 6 Anna Maria b 10/1830 6 Marie de Seelhorst b 8/5/1834 6 Joseph Courtney Council Bluffs b 2/1836 m Dale Cray ? notation 7 NE Eugenie b 1867 7 Lottie Louise b 1870 5 Augusta Julianna m in Cannonsbourgh Pa to Richard Henry Ranson 5 Samuel John d jung 5 William Niell b 8/24/1820 d 1877 in San Franzisco m 1 Miss Wnaselsy 2 Miss Dodge 3 4/14/1870 Lizzie Regina Hildreth 6 Henry 6 George Louis b 2/8/1871 d __/28/1871 6 Neill Montgomery b California 8/19/1873 5 Joseph Edwin D b (date obscured) Philadelphia d 12/3/1879 Genf m 1 4/8/1856 Amelia Louisa Bigelow Brooklyn d 1/3/1865 2 3/21/1873 in Ganf Augusta Wilhelmina Borek 6 Josephine Amelia b NYC 3/18/1857 m 1874 NYC Towon Caldwell 6 Augusta Louisa b NYC 10/21/1861 m 10/21/1882 Baron Eberhard von Alten Her father was ambassador to Switzerland this is how she met Baron 6 Sarah Elisabeth b New York 12/20/1863 m 11/22/1884 Dr. Hans von Cazipa 6 Holstein Joseph At Lee b 11/20/1874 Genf. 6 Edwin Augustus b 6/18/1877 Genf 4 SArah b 11/18/1779 d 7/16/1778 4 Harriet b 10/31/1779 m 3/8/1809 Nathaniel Barber d 1840 Philadelphia 4 Marie b 5/30/1781 d 4/18/1782 4 Maria b 1/16/1783 d 12/10/1783 4 _________ d 10/7/1854 m 1/2/1809 Joseph Augustine At Lee, b 3/10/1781 d 1/20/1857 4 Holstein b 9/9/1786 m 1/18/1818 Sophia (Jolly) Elliott 5 Charles Elliot d 6/1/1887 m 1 12/15/1846 Mary Ann Carman 2 9/15/1875 Mary Emily Bartholomew Henderson d 9/14/1892 6 Sarah Carmen m Meade Beche 6 Charles Elliot m Anna Henderson d 12/9/1886 6 Mary Anna m Malcolm W Bryan 12/15/1886 6 Maria S d age 17 5 Hugh b 1820 m 8/13/1842 Mary J Cleaver d 6/16/1888 6 Annabella Thompson b 12/31/1860 m 6/19/1884 to Christopph L Davis 6 Hugh b 8/2/1862 6 Sarah b 11/27/1864 m 10/10/1884 to Henry J Morgan 6 Annie b 9/25/1866 5 Emma C. b 1821 m 5/27/1844 William H Hampton 5 John 4 Hugh b 6/30/1788 m 1 12/4/1825 Christiane Ling Bunting b 3/28/1796 d 11/30/1830 2 4/14/1832 Zipporah DiH White 5 Susan Shober b 4/8/1826 m 7/8/1847 Samuel White Philadelphia 5 Charles Bunting b 6/2/1829 d 8/20/1832 5 Samuel White b 8/3/1833 m 11/9/1859 Emma Thompson 5 Hugh b 12/12/1834 m 4/28/1862 Clara Boyd Brinton 5 Alexander Henry b 11/12/1836 m 1 12/31/1860 Clara Robinson d 10/29/1861 2 10/2/1864 Mary A Townsend d 10/31/1864 Mary A Townsend d 10/31/1872 3 4/8/1875 Rebecca Virginia Townsend 5 John White b 6/20/1838 5 Joseph b 6/20/1838 d same day 5 Sallie Letitia b 4/16/1841 m 4/5/1876 DAvid J Boyd Clasgow (Schottland) 5 Geo Clay b 6/25/1848 d 7/31/1881 4 Julianna b 10/18/1790 d 3/3/1802 4 Lindsay Coates b 4/20/1793 d 11/10/1839 4 Emma Maria b 12/18/1795 m 12/3/1822 Ceo Clay d 1857 3 (2) Rebecca 3 (2) Charles 3 (2) John 2 Elisabeth m John Yocum (of New Sweden) 3 Andrew m Hannah Smith 3 Eleanor m John Ingles 3 Jonah m Jane Ann Roberts 3 Peter 3 Elizabeth 3 Elizabeth 3 Rebecca 3 Jesse 3 John Jr m Mary Evans 3 Mary perhaps m George Davis *2 Samuel I b 3/8/1724 d 2/19/1815 m Susanna Spaulding or Yocum (prob really dau of Peter Yocum III) of New Sweden b 5/17/1726 d 4/17/1814 lived Old Gulph, PA A weaver. Leant $17,500 to Washington at Valley Forge. 3 Elizabeth or Betsy m James Buck no c d 1815 3 John b 4/1/1753 d 10/16/1823 buried Old Swedes Ch m Hannah Pawling b 1/9/1763 d 6/14/1835 4 Jonathan b 1/17/1785 d 9/3/1834 buried Old Swedes Ch m Catherine Poley at St James Episcopal Ch Perkiomen Montgomery Co 5/1/1803 b 2/4/1783 d 7/17/1868 5 John b 12/16/1803 d 1/22/1872 buried Old Gulf Church m Mary Ann Davis 4/11/1841, b 5/17/1817, d 3/30/1888 6 Catharine d unm 6 Hannah m Daniel Ross 6 William H m Ellen Heath 7 Ida m Everett 7 Ralph W 6 Adella m Talor G Reiff 6 John P m Mary D Cleaver 7 Anna C 6 Mary m H Gotwais 6 Elmira m Jas. Rittenhouse 6 Dorinda d unm 6 Emma m Wm Cleaver 5 Samuel m Susanna Kulp 6 Oliver 6 Enos 6 Kate 6 Emma 6 Julia (Black) 6 Jennie (Fellman) 6 Laura 6 Louis 6 Moses 6 George 6 Anna (Rapp) 6 Sarah C. 5 Maria m Edward Zoller 5 Ell_ m Jas Livengood 5 Valentine m Mary Smith 6 (Wright) Anna b 5/15/1842 m P Howard Rowland 7 Sara b 3/23/1874 d 9/15/1907 m George W Thomas 8 DAvid rowland b 7/16/1894 m Caroline WLOID? b 1/19/1901 8 George Rowland b 1/19/1901 8 Margaret b 11/15/1904 7 Elsie d as infant 5 Joseph m Margaret Hefsldfinger 6 Kate 6 Valentine 6 Mary 6 Lester 4 Elizabeth m John Rodenboh 4 Susan m Micael Sisler 4 Joseph m Catherine 4 Margaret m Adam Sanders 4 Samuel d childhood 4 Charlotte m Sam Smith 3 Isaac b 1763 d 3/6/1828 m Mary Osborne 3 Smauel III b 3/8/1764 d 11/13/1834 d unm/perhaps d Rev War 3 Moses m Margaret Bisbing or Ingetosh 1793 4 Samuel m Elizabeth Sharp 4 Elisabeth 3 Jonathan b 1766 d 11/7/1822 buried Old Swedes Ch m Mary Wister 4 Baron Von Alten son John note by D Bertine not true, disproven by will at Norristown PA. 5 He allegedly had Amanda M b 3/15/1823 d 2/23/1879 m 3/16/1843 John C Cody b 1/1/1820 3 Peter IV d 1768 unm 2 Gerhard perhaps m Anna Frey, 3 Jacob 3 John 3 Polly 3 Garret 2 Mary **2 JACOB WHO MADE THE LOANS TO GEORGE WASHINGTON * Had no children who had any children. 2 John d unm (Baron Von Alten's chart lists 2 John's. No kidding.) 2 other son John b 1715 yeoman m Maria Has 1760 4 children 2 Abraham d umn 2 William I b 1714 d 9/10/1784 m Hannah Cramber (poss Cramer) 3/31/1739 First Presbyt Ch of Philadelphia. She b l7l7 in Whitpain, d 6/25/1786. Will, City Hall. dated 9/5/1784, affirmed 9/21/1784. Both buried at Boehm's church at Blue BEll, PA (I think he was a Calvin- istic fringe sort controversial because not properly ordained) Little known about Hannah Cramer/ Cramber. An Andreas Kramer naturalized w others 1709, attended yearly Quaker meeting at Burlington 1692, with both Quakers and Mennonites. William b Whitpain lived all his life there on land his father deeded to him 12/10/1742. He deeded 55 of 105 acres to William, yeoman, and the rest to Edward. William already owned land adjoining. This became Rieff Farm. 3 Margareth b 1739 m Conrad Klein 3 Peter III b l/31/1741 d 1820 m Abigail West died Frederick Co Va, Dehaven Club members named Dehaven from W Va are of this line (and not those around Grant and Mineral Counties) 4 Isaac b 4/25/1765 d Virginia 1840 m Susanne Branaway 5 3 children didn't zerox onto my sheet 5 Abigail b 2/1799 d __/14/1890 m 1870 Israel Philipps 5 William b 5/22/1789 d 3/9/1865 m 1 ___ m 2 Hannah 6 5 children not on my sheet 7 One of them has 5 children only Sarah # 5 on my sheet 8 One of them (not Sarah) has 7 children; 9 not on my sheet 9 Charles b 6/4/1861 9 Actte b 5/16/1871 9 Grace b 12/1/1873 9 Mabel b 6/20/1878 9 Alice b 5/14/1890 9 Murray b 10/17/1892 6 Koda or Roda b 5/24/1817 d 2/ /1894 6 John b 1811 d 1851 7 James 7 Henry 7 Harriet 7 John 7 Amanda 7 Sarah 7 Mary 6 Isaac b 1815 d 1888 7 William 7 Joseph 7 Elizabeth 7 Mary 6 Samuel b 1818 6 David b 9/4/1830 m.l. 7 Alisette m.H Bissel b 9/20/1850 7 Charles b 1/4/1852 7 Kate b 3/4/1854 7 Sallie 7 Brinton b 6/5/1858 7 Carrie b 5/4/1864 7 DAvid b 10/26/1872 6 William b 12/12/1846 m Lucinda Dainter 7 Laura b 1864 m Caldwell 7 John b 1866 7 William b 1866 (apparently twins) 6 Jane m Shepherd 5 Job m Sarah Littlejohn 6 Isaac 5 Isaac m Mary LIght 6 Dorsey 6 John 6 Caleb 6 Isaac b 5/7/1837 6 Lavinia m Shade 6 Sarah m Parsons 5 Elisabeth d in infancy 4 Jonathan m Sarah Thompson 5 Roland 5 Joseph Thompson b 4/6/1820 d 1865 m Rebecca Roe (?) b 9/26/1822 6 Jonathan b 7/16/1848 m 10/3/1869 Mattie Kay 7 Iva b 10/28/1870 m Lawyer 7 Alice b 10/4/1872 7 Gertie b 1/16/1874 7 ? 7 Fay b 8/16/1877 7 John b 12/31/1885 7 Viva b 6/6/1889 6 George R b 9/28/1854 6 Sarah C b 2/3/1849 6 Daisie b 3/20 m A Davis 6 Matilda E b 2/26/1852 m Richards 6 Daniel b 5/10/1855 m Mary J Corkey 7 Albert b 10/29/1875 7 Tony b 3/11/1877 7 Maud b 1/22/1880 7 Andie b 1/22/1880 6 Nathaniel 6 Rebecca 6 Joseph 5 Daniel Gainsborough W. Va 4 Jehu d in infancy 4 Sarah m David Adams 4 Abigail 4 Rachel 4 John d 11/9/1859 m Doster 5 Wesley b 2/20/1833 m Mary Baley ll/9/1854 Logansport IND 6 Louvenier b 8/19/1855 d 1/21/1857 6 Ross b 9/14/1858 6 Leander m Lillie A Guy 6 Joseph W b 8/25/1860 6 Louis A. B. b 4/25/1863 6 Moses b 7/21/1865 m Belle Miller 6 William b 5/7/187_ 5 Abener 5 Anna m Abener Babb 5 Harriet 5 Athalia 5 William d 1892 m Sarah C d 1884 6 John, Henry 6 Charles, Doster 6 Joseph 6 Ellen m Hummert 6 Jenni m Williams 5 Dosier 5 Peter 4 William 5 Jacob m CAtherine Hartmann 6 William 6 Anna m Boyts 6 Jacob (?) notation on chart Mary Magdalene b 8/30/1854 Annie M b 10/16/1848 m Ficher 7 Alice J b 2/14/1852 7 Daniel b 3/7/1856 7 Frankllin L b 3/13/1859 7 Ellen M m Metzel 7 Avanunta b 10/6/1884 m Snyder 7 Rebecca b 9/17/1868 m Wilson Rayman 6 Chancey F b 1826 m Cath Lindeman d 1/8/1883 6 Henry b 7/19/1827 6 Samuel 6 Mary Magdalene m Jacob Wagner 6 Lucinda b 1830 m Deitzel 6 BEnjamin d __/26/1875 m Reb. Cl__ 7 Alpharetta b 8/22/1854 7 Amorra b 7/22/1854 7 Jacob b 6/30/1872 m Rebecca Milhouse ? notation on chart 8 Lucie 8 George 8 Salie 8 Ben_o 7 Aquila m Lambert 7 William d in infancy 7 Joseph b 10/14/1860 m Edith Vale Smith 7 Henry m Amanda Mountain 8 William 6 Catherine m John Lambert d 10/14/1883 6 Elisabeth d __/17/1876 m J Stullzmann 5 Daniel m Roa Smith 6 William 5 Mary m l Christ Dell 2 Burger or Berhart 5 William 3 Sarah b 9/26/1743 3 Andrew b 2/19/1745 d 1788 bur Norristown *** Dorothy Bertine of this line 4 Deborah b 11/17/1770 m Jas Hallmann 4 Nathan b 10/12/1772 d 5/6/1844 m 1.12/13/1796 Dinah Walts d 5/6/1844 2 Henry 5 Harriet b 1804 5 Enoch b 1805 5 Elica b 1811 5 Jehu b 1814 Harrisburg 6 John b 1843 6 Frederick 5 William 5 Henry 4 Henry b 1/16/1775 d in infancy 4 Enoch b 2/22/ 1777 4 Henry b 8/30/1780 4 ? m 6/9/1803 Michael Rambo 4 Mordeciai b 2/10/1786 d 1852 m 1808 Abigail Rambo b 1790 d 1874 5 Ellwood b 7/28/1828 m 9/5/1856 at Belltonte Rebecca Thompson 6 Robert 6 Luther 6 Mary 6 Margareth 6 Alfred 6 Abigail 5 Charles 5 Nathan 5 Allen 5 Abigail m Smith 5 George 5 Ann 5 Will 5 Mark 5 Charles 5 Mordecai 4 Elisabeth b 8/14/1788 m John Jones 3 Jesse b 1748 m ___ had atleast three children 4 William b 1784 5 Mary m Henry F Foster 4 John 5 David 4 Anne d unm 3 Abraham b 1750 d 7/1829 m Ann ____ six children 4 Abraham d 1850 5 John b 1809 m 5 Betsie m 1 m 2 5 Absalon d unm 5 Sarah m Samuel Depp 5 Nancy m John Baker 5 Mahala b 1829 m Moses Smith 5 Mary b 1807 m John Coy 5 RAchel b 12/1/1817 m 4/19/1842 Swisher 4 Nancy Agnes m Nelson, no heirs 4 George 4 Jacob d in Pen no heirs 4 JOhn d 11/2/1857 m Mary Ann Lowmaster 5 Absalon b 1829 5 Elisabeth b 1827 m Snyder 5 John b 5/14/1831 m Sarah Moekins 6 Abraham 6 John 6 Jackson 5 Abraham 5 Martha b 1837 m King 4 CAtharine d in infancy 3 Joes (John) d in infancy 3 Hannah didn't marry, lived in family home. 3 Samuel II b 1752/4, 1746/7 Julian Calendar d 1821 m abt 1771 CAtherine Ramey. That is a real name, French. Var. Remy. Nothing known about her. D 1821, Horsham TWP, Montgomery County, where he bought a plantation in 1774. Until then he lived with his father and brothers in Whitpain, Montgomery Co, and had a tannery. He also owned 58 acres in Whitpain in 1798. He and his son Jesse jointly owned Jesse's farm in London Britain, which was purchased from Samuel's Wright son-in-law. Children of Samuel II: 4 David b 1772/3?? m SArah Gordon, children. Prob rented a Stone house with 58 acres from Henry Greenwalt 1798 Whitpain next to Mathias Wentz children Samuel b 1814, m Martha Taylor, Joel, b 1817 Catherine lived Avon NY Sarah b 1820 m ___Hall Elizabeth Tasie Jane 4 Jesse b 9/10/1773 d 1/ll/1835 m Magdalene Mary Pluck b 6/10/1774 d 9/4/1838 Germany Lived London Britain TWP Chester Co on farm he owned in partnership w his father, b at New London Presby Ch, 5 Catherine b 5/22/1794 d apptly 5/22 or 23/1882 age 90. buried at London Tract Church in London Britain from Chester Co Historical Society news clippings. m James Kennedy, b 7/20/1785 d 3/6/1860 cem record buried London tract Church seven children. I am working on who they are. (News clippings from Chester Co Historical Society) THey apparently lived in southern London Britain in the part that is now Franklin near Maryland border, and attended Old School Baptist Church in Mill Creek Hundred (over the Delaware border in Newark), where Catherine was a prominent member. Both this church and the London Tract Church were Welsh and Primitive Baptist Seven children. I am working on who they were. 6 l. Jesse Osborne Kennedy b 4/6/1921 Franklin. d 6/5/1906 at home of his dau Lena Priest in West Chester, age 85. Buried Goshen Friends' Burial Ground in Goshenville. m Ida/ Rebecca Richardson of New Garden who was 40 in 1860 census when her husband was 29, and died l8 years before her husband. Jessie had no religious affiliation, stalwart Republican, lived Philadelphia, Oxford (Chester Co), Carlyle Ill, West Chester. 1860 Census put him in East Nottingham. SEven children. From Bonnie Bunce 7 a. Lydia A. Kennedy age 16 in 1860 census 7 b. Ida Richardson Kennedy m Charles Leonard Cole see Bonnie Bunce's web page She was 9 in 1860 census, and 25 in 1880 Census, when she lived in New Hampton, Belknap Co New Hampshire with her family. 7 c. Lena A. Kennedy m "Conductor" Wellington Priest on 12/9/1869, Chester Co Hist Soc news abstract Bonnie cites a computer printout of prob same news clipping she was "of Philadelphia", and "formerly of Chester Co". She lived in West Chester when her father died! 7 d. Matilda 15 in 1860 census m Wm H Casho b 1833? of Newark DE on l/26/1867, Chester Co Hist Soc Abstract, "of Chester Co", Bonnie's computer printout has her of West Chester. 7 e. George, 13 in 1860 census. 7 f. Anna ll in 1860 census 7 g. Ella 3 in 1860 census Jesse O Kennedy's obituary lists "Mrs. Kenfield", not living, George Kennedy in St Louis MO, Anna m ___ DuBree and living in Philadelphia, Mrs. Cole not living, Mrs. Dr. McGaffigan of St. Louis MO. A note on his birthday party in April has some of his children came from Philadelphia bringing among others gt grand daughter Irene Stamper. 6 2. Matilda Dehaven (Isaac Chambers Bible record in Virdin or D.A.R. of Delaware, book on Delawar Bible Records, vol. 3, Bonnie Bunce) b 2/13/1815 d 5/25/1891 m Isaac Newton Chambers b 7/11/1809 d 11/27/1879 son of Isaac Chambers of White Clay Creek Chambers Quaker family and Lydia Beeson. b 4/25/1838 d 11/27/1879 Isaac was my cousin a half dozen times via the Miller, Thompson and Chambers clan of New Garden, Chester County and Newark Delaware. Lydia Beeson prob sister of Beeson who married Lewis Thompson. THeir children all b in or near Newark DE according to their granddaughter who lived there when DAR collected the Bible record 7 a. Lydia Maria Chambers b 3/24/1836 d 2/22/1849 b Quaker Grave Yard, Stricklersville (London Britain) PA (THat means they went to meeting with my direct Thompson ancestors) 7 b. Isaac Newton Chambers b 4/25/1838 7 c. Louisa Jane Chambers b 8/27/1840 7 d. Margaret Matilda Chambers b 2/18/___ 7 e. James Marshall Chambers b 2/13/1848 d St Louis, MO 5/11/1914 7 f. Anna Maria Chambers b 2/7/1850 d 10/13/1919 buried Head of Christiana Cemetery, Newark DE m John Crosby Worth l/28/1873 only l child Ola Louise Worth b ll/7/1880 m John Pearce Cann on 3/26/1908 owned the Bible. There until l974? 7 g. Georce C. Chambers b 2/4/1853 7 h. Ella S Chambers b 3/17/1855 7 i. Laura L Chambers b 1/4/1855 7 ***** David - James Kennedy left l/4 of the amount he left to Matilda to his grandon David her son. ****** THat means I really want to hear from any relatives I have who are descended from this couple! 6 3. Mary m Robert Burns Her children incl: 7 Mary Emma Burns m Joseph Bomann Their children incl 8 Mary Bomann m James Smith g.son Wm Smith and Mary Dehaven dau of Jesse. 6 4. Elisa Jane - her father gave her $100 to keep her from challenging the will. 6 5. William Henry Kennedy d 6/25/1905 at home of son-in-law Charles Davis near Appleton, Cecil Co. b near Strickersville, Chester Co (London Britain TWP) 6/24/1831. m abt 3/25/1852 (est from 50th wedding anniversary celebration) Mary E Pickering Lived "almost" entire life "in vicinity of his recent home" between Kembleville and Strickerville in Franklin TWP buried Rosebank Cem Elmer Kennedy of Marshalton DE in l905 Mrs. Charles Davis of Appleton in l905 Miss Minnie Kennedy in l905 In l886 he held a "family reunion" doesn't say of what family, Harry G Smith, and James A Conner of West Chester present, total about 40, some in that neighborhood, others in Wilmington and elsewhere. *James Kennedy also willed $50 to grandson John Harper. Doesn't say who was his mother. James Kennedy divided his property "among his four children" which does not count Elisa Jane. 5 Joseph b 11/10/1795 d in Baltimore m Sarah Bostie b Germany children Mary, Phoebe Ann m George Fillmore Brown in Md (SEE BELOW), Samuel, Jesse, Sarah, Margaret, Jacob. Three died as infants. Descendants of Joseph Dehaven and Sarah Bostie Their children included Mary, Samuel, Jesse d 1864, Phoebe Ann, Sarah, Margaret, and Jacob. Three of these died in infancy. Phoebe Anne DeHaven b 3/25/1828 d Scranton or Stranton, near Harrisburg, PA, where she lived w her daughter, at age 93, buried at Harrisburg. She married George Fillmore Brown Sr b 8/31/1825 d 3/1871 buried Harrisburg. Phoebe's parents were obtained by a Brown family member from her death certificate. Children of George Fillmore Brown Sr and Phoebe Anne DeHaven: (from several members of Brown family) Alice Ann b 9/19/1851 Sarah B b 1851 Mary J b 9/1? l855 George Fillmore Brown Jr b_____ Margaret C b 4/14/1860 Samuel b 1861 Edna B Brown b 10/31/1864 Lear? b 5/1/1867 George Fillmore Brown Jr b5/2/1858 in prob Somerson Rom or something Springs, MD, but one version has him b in Terryhaute IN, lived in MD at age 5 and saw the Civil War. Went to Terry haute IN for a while, where some of his children were born, then to Grant County, W Va. d 6/3/1933 lived early in Harrisburg PA (I have more versions of where these people lived when. Other places near Harrisburg may be Suttonbery or Sunberry) He married Anna Lee or C Smith b 1861 d 1916 Both buried in cemetery behind Brown homestead, where Forrest Brown lives, in W VA. Their children: Tom b Emoryville W VA m Stella Bosley b 6/15/1891 d 1942 (I have two people m this woman) --->Melvin Brown, one of my sources Charlie n ___Burgess or Keller? --->Yvonne Wilson, a source. No sons, four daughters, lived in Keyser, Mineral Co, W Va. Wallace C b 1888 d 1853 George Clarence b 8/19/1884 Terryhaute IN a son named Clarence William unm Phoebe Ann m Clarence Westfall Ruth m Claude Westfall Alice m William Weasenforth "Aunt Beck" sons incl Penne, Clarence,(Lake), don't know about daughters Myrrle (sp?) m "Bunk" possibly formal name Walter Weasenforth They lived at Scherr, Grant Co Children Lake, Mary, Charles, Gene, 2 others - who may be the babies that died at birth. ONe of these is connection to Thelma Weasenforth Lunaas. George C Brown b 8/19/1884 Terryhaute Indiana d 1955 m _______? He m Stella Bosley b 6/15/1891,d 1942? His children: Russell C (or Vernon) Brown b 1/18?1910 d 4/22/1973 m Anna Lee Huylman, an Indian parents of Forrest Brown and Barbara Coakley Ralph Edward Brown b 2/2/1911 d 4/17/199l Claude Orlando b 6/1/1912 d 3/13/1913 Floyd Ernest Brown b 9/8/1916 d 3/5/1955 Violet Pauline b 6/17/1918 d 3/13/1992 m Maynard Tefanball Goldie Lee b 2/19/1920 d 11/20/1982 Clarence Jr b 1921 d? Dorothy Maxine b 3/26/1924 d 3/26/1987 m Dempsey Rice d W Va Milford Samuel b 1926 still living Margaret Jean b 1928 still living m "Junior" Tarbon, Glen Beney (Continuing children of Jesse Dehaven) 5 Phoebe b 3/14/1797 m 6/14/1814 Solomon Brogan b 1/3/1787 d 10/8/1838 in London Britain TWP by her father, Jesse. (:from bible owned by Miss Annie R Brogan of Alloway, NJ,7/22/l925 Called "Grandfather Brogan's Bible") For Brogan propty see Deed book T-4 p 141-42 West Chester Court House - or Dehaven deed, not clear which. 6 Alice Ann Brogan b 1/9/1815 6 Mary Magdalena Brogan b 9/13/1816 m ___ Sink 6 Samuel DeHaven Brogan b 9/30/1818 d 5/7/1899 m abt 1841-3 Rebecca Jane String. 7 Angelica Rodney (Annie) b 1843 d 1932 7 Samuel S. b 4/19/1845 d 10/30/1848 7 Rebecca Jane (Jennie)b 1848 d 1930 7 Mary Louisa b 3/10/1854 d 3/14/1949 m abt 1876 William Pigott 8 Edna R b 7/1878 8 Eliza King Pigott b 4/29/1885 m George Calver King b 12/18/1879 d 5/25/1949 7 Ada L. b 1860 7 Edna S. b 1865 This comes from a descendant. It looks as though following children of William could have actually been Samuel's. 6 ****To Nancy 6 Fourth child boy b 9/24/1820 died age 6 days 6 William Brogan b 11/4/1821 d 5/17/1894 7 daug Annie, Jennie, Edna lived Alloway NJ 1925 6 Solomon Brogan b 3/13/1825 6 Wesley or Westley Brogan b 9/11/1827 6 Edward T Brogan b 6/6/1829 d 12/9/1864 d Civil War? 6 Phebe Ann Brogan b 9/26/1832 d 1/28/1833 6 James Henry Asque Brogan b 1/151/1834 d 1/12/1863 m 7/24/1853 Rachel Shaw Dukes Garretson, Tuckahoe NJ b 4/18/1832 d 7/31/1933 age 101+ Cecilton Md bu Brandywine Cem w James H.A. Brogan m twice after his death, no children. 7 Melissa m J Updyke and J Neville 7 Mary Rachel Worth b 1860 Wilmington DE m 2/24/1879 at St Stephen's near Earlville, Cecil Co, MD Robert Anderson b 11/4/1840 Ballybofey Co Donegal Ireland son of Robert and Ellen( McKelvey) Anderson d8/23 1907 buried Cecilton Cem MD will Elkton MD will book 8 Cora Davis b 8/30/1880 m 1 James M Budd of Wayne PA 2 Capt Wm G Melvin, Newport News, Va (submitter of information) 9 George Haazard Melvin b 5/16/1916 m Mary Elizabeth Dobson dau of Wm Timothy Dobson and Harriett Garlock, Newport News, VA 12/24/1942 Mary Dobson was of Pleasantville, Westchester Co, NY 10 Jean Melvin b Wilmington NC 10/5/1943 10 Phyllis b Wilmington NC 10/20/1948 8 Elisabeth b 11/13/1882 m william H Alderson of Preston Md No issue 8 Mary Jane b 2/18/1885 m Samuel T Moffett of Still Pond Md or Chestertown Md 9 Thomas Anderson Moffett b 12/2/1910 m Eleanor Beale of Newport News, Va 9 Elisabeth Garrettson " b 21/1/1913 m Norman Sutton Chesterton Md 9 Mary Worth Moffett b 7/1918 d June 25, 1934 ageed 16 9 William Moffett b 2/2/1920 d age two or d 6/25 1934 age 10 (Both from Melvin family) 8 Robert m Doris Smith, San Franscisco, CA No issue 8 William Patrick b 2/10/1891d 8/11/1911 8 Ellen Rebecca b 2/4/1895 m Robert Vernon Moffett, Chesterton, MD 7 James Henry Brogan Jr b 1863 d 1868 6 Emma b 8/18/1837 m ___Kirk 5 Samuel b 2/28/1799 m Margaret McCarty ch Mary m William Falls Peter b 1817 m Emily____ 5 Jacob b 1/3/1801 d 1866 m Hannah McDonnell children Charles Wesley, d unm Caroline m Benj Hartmann, Andrew Jackson unm, Louisa m Henrey Hurley, Davis Whitley m Mary Martin, Emma Julia m E A Marshall, Maggie Lavinia m Allison Naylor 5 Mary b 5/14/1803 m William Smith of London Britain and White Clay Creek, See my main genealogy file for descendants of my great-great grandparents. 5 Jesse b 10/10/1805 m Minta Gamble children William, John Ann and David 5 Sarah Ann b 6/21/1817 d Sept 11 1870 m Dec 11 1836, James Mackey b July 4 1814, d Jul 6 1866, son of Robert Mackey and Jane Kimble. The Mackey's were a large Scotch Irish family descended from one of three brotheres from Ireland to Philadelphia, early l8th century. One of the brothers settled in New London, next to London Britain. l852 Franklin carved from eastern part New London. Several Mackey's on London Britain and White Clay Creek map, a number at New London Presbyt Ch Cemetery. 6 Ella Letitia Mackey bapt Oct 6 1656 6 Albert Mackey 6 Edwin Mackey 6 James Mackey 6 Sara Anne Mackey ****More children of Samuel II 4 Abraham b 5/5/1774 d 8/8/1853 m Mary Sperry b 10/5/ 1787 d 2/16/1861 a son William. JOhn Sperry bought "the Dehaven farm" w a "nice log cabin" a set of fine pink china and some very fine furniture belonged to Dehaven family. children; William b 1/27/1816 d 1891 single, Mary b 6/6/1818 d 11/8/1891 unm, Marah (Hannah) b 10.19./1822 d 10.17/1883 m Isaac Pontzler, no children 4 Tacy or Nancy b 1776? m Joseph Phipps no other info 4 Elizabeth b 1786 m 8.9/1902 Jonathan Livesey, Neshaminy Presby Ch She from New Wales, Gwynedd TWP, he from Abinggton No children known. ****4 Mary b 1786? m (1) Isaac Fetzer (2) Isaac Mitchener b 3/31/1781 d 11/5/1859 children of (1) named in (2)'s will no other information. Isaac Fetzer Sarah Michenor 4 Ann (Nancy) b 12/2/1788 Horsham TWP d 2/5/1865 Pleasantville at homeof son William m Jacob WRight, 1814, s of Jacob and Jane Roney Wrright, Horsham. ****** (Jacob's brother, John, with wife Letitia, sold his farm that he bought in London Britain in 1796 to father and brother-in-law, Samuel and Jesse Dehaven, and also to a Kennedy. In 1802. And John Smith bought his nearby land in London Britain in 1798 from a Robert Roney, who bought a large plot from Crawfords in 1796.) He b 12/28/1779 d 5/17/1854. Buried Pleasantville Reformed burial ground. Jacob a pious, strongwilled man, temperate, well educated wrote a good hand. Substantial farmer w a stone house. Got 62+ acres from his father incl their house. 5 Samuel Dehaven Wright b ll/8/1814 Prospectville Horseham TWP d 3/8/1895 bu Rose HIll Cem Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, Ambler PA m Martha Taylor b 12/2/ 1822 d 10.19./1908 dau of Jonathan Taylor, Quaker and Margaret Sterigere, Lutheran. Samuel raised Presbyterian but attended Reformed w his wife (both strict Calvinistic sects) and then Methodist 6 John R Wright b 1847 d 1928 bu Rose Hill Cem m Ellen Milligan and Clara Lee Connett Preached 53 yrs, BD from Drews Theological Seminary Annville PA, honorary DD New York Univ l903, a Circuit Riding Methodist Preacher in Kansas, for l2 yrs presiding Elder of New Jersey Methodist Conference. 6 Jacob TAylor Wright b 1849 d 1929 m Margaret Bryan and Juliet Wasson. Ordained Methodist preacher, moved to Seattle, owned several propties died Seattle, bu Rose Hill Cem Ambler PA w his wife. 6 Anna Eliza Wright b 1852 d 1875 m John Kulp b Meeting Sq M.E. Ch. lived North Wales, Gwynnedd TWP. *** 6 Mary Wright b 1854 Prospectville d l930 Newark NJ bu NJ m William Osborn at Mendham NJ m (2) Amos Chamberlain lived Netong NJ no children Howard John Caleb 6 BEnjamin Franklin Wright b 1857 d 1923 m 1881 Miriam Larzalere of Buck Co lived on Wright homestead until 1916 at Ambler Benjamin John R, Walter, Martha Wright m Clarance Gaetrell, Nicholas, Miriam, Frank Russell and Edith. 6 Howard A Wright b 1861 d 1933 San Francisco m Hannah, lived Phila and San Francisco 5 Joseph Wright b 9/14/1818 d 9/17/1892 b Horsham d Spencervillle Ohio m 1855 Philadelphia SArah Callghan b 3/29/1827 Ireland her father ardent Presbyterian in Ireland. Cattle and stockman. She was active member of Presbyterian church in Londonderry They lived w his parents until he died 1854, then went west w others, settled St Mary's, Van West Co, O (?) where he and brother David Wright bought 160 acare farm. He sold his share to DAvid 1861, bought 300 acre farm in Spencerville, O, raised stock. 6 Amanda m Charles Lewis, 6 Anderson m Mildred Carroll, 6 Alice m Jonathan Wharton, 6 John m Dora Barber 5 DAvid Wright b 3/8/1921 Prospepctville d 9/7/1900 VanWert Co Ohio m l/24/1850 in PA Hannah Knipe b l/10/1829 d 10/16/1896 bu Wright Cem Spencerville Ohio in Cattle business. Public spirited, worked on highway and community projects. 6 Wilson Price m Mary Mark 6 Rachel Burnet, 6 Annie, 6 Boynston m Josephine Grider, 6 Joseph 5 Jane Wright b 2/14/1824 Prospectville d 5/5/1883 Montgomeryville pA bu HIlltown REf Ch Bucks Co Family plot and monument. m Henry Neville, b 12/20/ 1818, d 7/15/1873. 6 Anna b 1856 d 1876, unm 6 Mary b 1858 d 1877. unm 5 William Wright b 6/15/1826 Prospectville b 4/5/1895 Lansdale PA m 1854 /catgerube Gatcicj b 6.1.1831 d 2/24/1921 6 Hannah m Henry Funk, buried Hilltown Ref Church, Bucks Co 6 Hester, 6 Mary, 6 Martha 5 Mary Wright b 1830 d 4/28/1911 m Oliver Kulp d l/28/1899 age 75 children Jane m ___ROberts, 6 Emma m ___Fesmire, 6 Lottie m ___Asure, 6 Effie or Ella m ___Craft To top of page last updated 6/8/98 Copyright 1998 Dora Smith This page and the information on it are copyrighted by law. The notice, which is not mandatory, serves as a warning, and also makes it hard for anyone to claim they didn't know the stuff is copyrighted. Which I bet many people don't know - I didn't until two weeks ago, and also didn't care. Anyone but Dorothy Bertine and the Dehaven Club as a legal entity have my permission to copy, use, publish, put on their web pages, even try to sell (good luck) anything on this page, subject to I retain my copyright and the rights it gives me, and noone may copyright it, own it, have proprietary rights to it, or tell other people not to publish it or give it to anyone. And I would appreciate being credited for information in these pages, not because I deserve more credit than the rest of my family who like all genealogical information it came from (!!!!!), but because crediting information puts people on notice that the material may be copyright, and a trail of uncredited information could end in a situation like the one that prompted me to put copyright notices on some of my pages, and I might not even know about it to fix it. And keep in mind that my copyright still exists if I fail to come after you and eat you for dinner, which I probably won't, since my interest is in the whole health of a family group! The reason for this notice is that a distant cousin associated with a family club recently tried to restrict the members of the entire family group from sharing, publishing on the web, or giving o public data bases like the Mormon Family History Library's or Genweb their own genealogical information, subject to the publication and sale of a book! Until that moment, I thought that the book, as a COOPERATAIVE family project, was a good idea. I VERY strongly believe that a family's genealogical information belongs to the entire family, and noone has a right to tell people what they can and can't do with their own genealogical information, prevent them from using their own genealogical information, or interfere with communication of such basic and critical information within a family. The reality of modern family communication is that most families in this country are l3 or so generations old, some far older, and huge, and their members don't know who or where each other are, and have limited at best interest in direct communication if they did. A family still needs to transmit its basic genealogical, genetic health and historical information,and under the circumstances that communication is necessarily largely public. It takes place via the Web and large data bases, where people can access it. Unfortunately, another fact of modern intellectual life is retain the right to use one's own "intellectual property" is copyright it. This is a major issue in professions that do substantial academic and scientific research, most of which depend on the free exchange and open availability of knowledge and of research findings. So the purpose of the copyright notice is to make it clear to all that this information is freely available AND WILL REMAIN SO. The reasons why Dorothy Bertine and the Dehaven Club don't have my permission to use it are that I don't want my information legally entangled with people who are acting like this, and I can't justify to my relatives letting people like this have our collective information.

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