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Thomas B. Padden [Parents] was born about 1798 in , Lancaster County, , Pennsylvania. He died in Pennsylvania. He was buried in Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Marr or Burr?? about 1827/1828 in , Huntington Township, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania.

Who is this Lizzie
License Number: 16-10868
Charles HUMMEL, born 1869 in Germany and residing in Dallas, to Lizzie PADEN, born 1869 in Harveys Lake and residing in Dallas, on December 16, 1891 by Rev. J. Underwood in Dallas

Who this Padden??
LAONA CEMETERY - 1936
LAONA, NY


PADDEN Emily, wife of Thomas PADDEN 1814-1895 Ida Emily, wife of James Porter EATON, 3/13/1850 d 7/24/1922 Mary , Mary PADDEN HOOKER 1845-1914 on stone with Thomas PADDEN Mahala, d 8/29/1831 age 2-6/18 Orvilla, 1839-1853 same stone Thomas PADDEN Thomas 1814-1860

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CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, NEW YORK 1845 CENSUS INDEX

Head of Household County St Page # Township Year
PADDEN, THOMAS CHAUTAUQUA CO. NY 001 POMFRET 1845
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LDS Records show a Padden, Thomas born June 4, 1774, Farmington Twp. Hartford, Conn., son of Robert Padden

Paydon, John, William and Thomas first recorded in Columbia Co. T1814 Tax Rolls.

56th Reg. Lancaster Co. (should be 59th Regt.)
Thomas Payden - Oct 12, 1861
John B. Paden - Oct 19, 1861

96th Reg.
Charles Paden in 10/10/61
trans. to E95th 10/18/64
Rec. Luz & Schykill Cl.

1840 Possibly in City of Lancaster.

1850 Luz. 158 2127-2160 Huntington Twp. 1860 Luz. Co. 1133 Hunt.Twp
Padden, Thomas 52 R.E. $100 Payden, Thomas 50 laborer
Elizabeth 48 Elizabeth 49
Wm. 18 Eliza A 1
Frances A. 13 Miner 15
Eliza 10 Huldah 12
Wesley 9 Margaret 4 month
Miner 6 Waywiser ?
Huldah 4

Luz. 158 2129-2162 Huntington Twp #132 Huntington Twp
Padon, John 35 laborer $50 Payden, Sarah 35 Pa domestic
Sarah 34 Lucyetta 18
Lucy E 7 Mary E 15
Mary E 5 William 8 Gilbert 5
Alvira 2

Luz. 1870 Plymouth Sarah age 57 w/Treman & Marthann Labar

Occupation: 1850 Farmer Occupation: (Luzerne) PA; Occupation: farmer Census: 19 Dec 1850 Huntington Twp., (Luzerne) PA, Pg. 316, Ln 7 Census: 17 Aug 1860 Huntington Twp., (Luzerne) PA, pg. 627, Ln 38

Elizabeth Marr or Burr?? was born about 1802/1807 in Pennsylvania. She married Thomas B. Padden about 1827/1828 in , Huntington Township, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania.

1870 w/Isaac & Huldah Millham (age 64)

1880 w/Isaac & Huldah Millham (age 70)

They had the following children:

  F i Margaret M. Padden
  M ii William B. (M) Paden
  F iii Frances Ann Padden
  F iv Elizabeth Padden
  M v Wesley Padden was born about 1841.
  M vi Miner (Minard) Padden
  F vii Huldah Padden

Jacob Knight [Parents] was born in Feb 1826 in , , England. He died about 1902/1903 in Pennsylvania. He was buried in Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Charlotte Royal on 28 May 1855 in Deptford, Par.of W.Nichoas, County of Kent, England.

Other marriages:
, Harriet J.

Arrived United States
Elizabeth Knight Lady 24 F 17 Sep 1856 England Devonshire

Jacob Knight Farmer 29 M 17 Sep 1856 England (ship)Devonshire

1900 Federal Census, Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania
Knight, Jacob w m Feb 1826 Eng Eng Eng
Knight, Harriett w f Jul 1828 NJ PA NJ ((( second wife )))
Knight, Caroline w f Mar 1866 PA Eng Eng
Knight, Ernest w m Feb 1881 PA Eng NJ
Knight, Emery w m Oct 1883 PA Eng Eng
Knight, Frank w m Oct 1888 PA Eng Eng

Information taken from Scranton, PA city directory:

1901
Living at 9 Hale
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
Jacob Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

1902
Living at 9 Hale
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
Jacob Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

Sometime between 1902 & 1903

1903
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Living at 9 Hale
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

1904
Living at 9 Hale
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

1905
Living at 9 Hale
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

1906
Living at 9 Hale
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman 1527 Meylert Ave.

1907
Living at 9 Hale
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman ,1527 Meylert Ave.

1908
Living at 9 Hale
Harriet J. Knight, widow Jacob
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman, 830 Raine

no 1909, 1910, 1911

1912
Living at 9 Hale
Harriett died sometime between 1914 & 1915
Caroline, sister to Sarah Ann Knight
Emery W. Knight, driver
Ernest Knight, laborer
William H. Knight, foreman, 830 Raine

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jacob KNIGHT Self M Male W 54 ENG Laborer ENG ENG
Harriet KNIGHT Wife M Female W 31 NJ Keeping House PA NJ
Caroline KNIGHT Dau S Female W 14 PA At School ENG NJ
Wm. H. KNIGHT Son S Male W 11 PA At School --- ---

Source Information:
Census Place Lackawanna, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania
Family History Library Film 1255138
NA Film Number T9-1138
Page Number 385B

Elizabeth Charlotte Royal [Parents] was born about 1833 in , , England. She died about 1875. She was buried about 1875 in Pennsylvania. She married Jacob Knight on 28 May 1855 in Deptford, Par.of W.Nichoas, County of Kent, England.

Elizabeth Knight Lady 24 F 17 Sep 1856 England Devonshire

Jacob Knight Farmer 29 M 17 Sep 1856 England (ship)Devonshire

They had the following children:

  F i Margaret Ann Knight was born about 1861 in Pennsylvania. She died in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Pennsylvania.
  F ii Sarah Ann Knight
  F iii Caroline Knight was born in Mar 1866 in Pennsylvania.
  M iv William H. Knight

Joseph Knight was born about 1807 in , , England. He died about 1864 in , , England.

Butcher in England.
Death Certificate: 1864 death in the sub district of Greenwich East in the County of Kent, a Joseph Knight, age 57 years died Nov 4 1864 at 6 Lower Park St. Occcupation was Greenwich Pensioner. Cause of death - General decay certified. Informant was Ann Prince at the death, resided Warminster Wilts.

He had the following children:

  M i Esau or Esan?? Knight
  M ii Jacob Knight

Joseph John Royal [Parents] was born on 10 Jun 1810 in , County of Kent, England. He was christened on 31 Mar 1811 in St. Margt, Westminster, England. He died in , , England. He was buried in , , England. He married Elizabeth Collins or Collens on 20 Feb 1832 in PAddington, St. James, England.

Joseph John apprenticed as Waterman at St. John Westminster on July 22, 1824, free Mar. 8, 1832 to Joseph Royal.

Elizabeth Collins or Collens [Parents] was born about 1811 in , , England. She was christened on 3 Sep 1811 in Westminster, St. Martin in, the fields, England. She married Joseph John Royal on 20 Feb 1832 in PAddington, St. James, England.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth Charlotte Royal

Joseph Royal was born on 11 Jul 1781 in St. Mary, Magdalene, England.

Joseph apprenticed to Wm. Marston July 30, 1795, free Aug. 19, 1802 at Alhallows Barking

He had the following children:

  M i Joseph John Royal

Amos Cook was born on 29 Aug 1800. He died on 15 Aug 1874 in Eaton Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Aug 1874 in Clark Cem., Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Synthia Ann Evans on 12 Sep 1822 in Pennsylvania.

This Amos Cook needs too be confirmed as being the son of this James Cook.

Information from Evans-Cook bible owned by Norman Dymond.
Amos Cook's place of birth needs to be confirmed and also that of being a Junior.


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Synthia Ann Evans [Parents] was born on 11 Apr 1803 in Plymouth, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania. She died on 10 Jun 1882 in Monroe Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She was buried in Jun 1882 in Clark Cem, Orcutt, Noxen, Wyoming Co.. She married Amos Cook on 12 Sep 1822 in Pennsylvania.

Name spelling and birthdate from Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond.

They had the following children:

  M i John Devine Cook
  F ii Pheobe (Mary) Cook
  F iii E Lydia Cook was born on 4 Sep 1826 in Pennsylvania. She died on 26 Jun 1918.

Information from Evans-Cook bible owned by Norman Dymond.
  F iv Abigal Cook
  F v Surenda Cook
  M vi Frank or Francis Cook
  M vii Horace Harrison Cook
  M viii Samuel Cook Sr.
  F ix Martha Augusta (Paty) Cook
  M x Asher or Ashner Cook
  M xi William H. Cook was born on 6 Sep 1847 in Pennsylvania. He died on 30 Sep 1894 in Eaton Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Sep 1894 in Clark Cem., Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.

Information from Evans-Cook bible owned by Norman Dymond.

William B. Evans Sr. [Parents] was born on 21 Oct 1777 in , Glouchester County, New Jersey. He died on 7 May 1856 in Plymouth, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Pennsylvania. He married Augusta Almira (Maria Myra?) Parrish.

Other marriages:
Cooper, Myra or Almira

Death & Birthdate and name spelling from Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond.

Augusta Almira (Maria Myra?) Parrish [Parents] was born on 21 Apr 1782 in Pennsylvania. She died in 1851 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Pennsylvania. She married William B. Evans Sr..

Death & Birthdate and name spelling from Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond. A 1850 census says Augusta Parrish was born in MA.

They had the following children:

  F i Paty Evans was born on 30 Nov 1800 in Pennsylvania.

From Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond.
  U ii twin Evans was born on 31 Dec 1801 in Pennsylvania.

From Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond.
  U iii twin Evans was born on 31 Dec 1801 in Pennsylvania.

From Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond.
  M iv Elihu Evans
  F v Synthia Ann Evans
  F vi Patty Ann (Martha?) Evans
  M vii William B. Evans Jr.
  F viii Almira or Myra Evans
  F ix Sarah (Sally?) Evans

John Evans Sir [Parents] was born in Aug 1738 in Carnaarvon, Lynnon County, North Wales. He died on 6 Dec 1817 in , Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Dec 1817 in Chellis farm, South Eaton, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Ann (Fanny) Birney on 10 Apr 1769 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey.

John Evans came to this country in the service of the King in the French and Indian War.

John Evans and his family were some of the first to settle in Eaton, Wyoming Co., PA in 1782. Buried South Eaton on the Chellis farm; the cemetery is now destroyed as it was dug out to get gravel. He came to America in 1756 as a Lieutenant in the English Army when he enlisted as a private in Capt. Henry Luce's Company, 2nd New Jersey Regiment on May 11, 1778 and served in the American Revolution until he was discharged on Mar 5, 1779. His place of residence at this time was Gloucester Co., NJ. Col. Israel Shreve's 2nd Regt. NJ Battle of Monmouth June 28, 1778.

John Evans was born in August 1738 at Caernarvon, Lynnon County, North Wales, the son of William Evans, Esquire.
At the age of eighteen, young John was appointed a Lieutenant in the British Army and, in the year 1763, was sent to American as an officer in the British Army to defend the colonies during the French and Indian War, sometimes called "The Seven Year War."
After the cessation of those hostilities, John elected to remain in America to seek his fortune. He first traveled to New Jersey where he met and married Ann "Fanny" Birney. Ann was born on June 22, 1751. She was a resident of Newark. After their marriage on April 10, 1769, the newlyweds took up residence in Gloucester County, New Jersey, where the first six of their fourteen children was born.
In 1778, the American Revolution was in full swing. John, now faced with the task of trying to raise a young family, began to feel the impact of British taxation and the tyranny that was being meted upon the colonists by the representatives of the Crown. Moreover, he began to appreciate the merits of independence as they were being extolled by other patriots. John made his decision.
On May 5, 1778, John enlisted as a private in Captain Henry Luce's Company of the New Jersey Militia. This Company was assigned to the 2nd New Jersey Regiment under the command of Colonel Israel Shreve. John served in the 2nd New Jersey Regiment until he was discharged on March 5, 1779. One of the significant battles of the Revolutionary War, and a battle in which the 2nd New Jersey Regiment participated, was fought at Monmouth, New Jersey. Although the June 28, 1778 battle at Monmouth Courthouse was indecisive, the 2nd New Jersey Regiment along with other units of the Continental Army, traded volley for volley with the finest soldiers of Europe and won, at the very least, a moral victory. After three years of fighting, the British Army had little to show for its effort in regaining America for the Crown, and the Continental Army was becoming more effective and confident..
After being discharged from his military obligation, John heard about the fertile farms lands in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania and decided to relocate there with his family. Thus, during the hot summer months of 1782, John and his family traveled by foot, over little more than improved Indian paths, from Gloucester County, New Jersey to Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. On July 25, 1782, they arrived in Eaton Township, and forced to stop at the John Miller Farm, later owned by the Chellus family, as their seventh child, John, Jr., was born on that day.
Finding the area to their liking, the family decided to make it their home. Thereafter, seven more children would be born to John and "Fanny" in Eaton Township. (Near Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., PA)
The History of Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties records that John and his family were early settlers in Eaton Township, and notes that he was one of two first school teachers in the Township.
John died on December 6, 1817, at Eaton Township. It has been written that his remains were buried in the Miller Family Cemetery. Sadly, it is also said the Cemetery no longer exists, as it was dug up in order to get to the gravel beneath the land. But, Patricia Lou Hatcher writes in "Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 2: E-K" (page 17), that John is buried in South Eaton Cemetery, Wyoming County, PA, (Number 67). "Fanny" also died in Eaton Township on April 12, 1826, and is said to be buried in Orcutt's Grove Cemetery, Noxen, PA. This leads to a conflict as to "Fanny's" date of death. If she truly is buried in Orcutt's Grove Cemetery, then she could not have been buried there in 1813. Historical notes of Wyoming County says that the first burial ground on Bowman's Creek was adjacent to the old Phoenix homestead. Further, it goes on to say the property was owned by Philemon Clark who deeded the land, in trust, to Mr. Orcutt for the use of the Township. Further, the notes say that Philemon Clark settled in Bowman's Creek in 1816.
In 1902, a plaque was contributed by the Daughters' of the American Revolution to Wyoming County which honors John Evans as an American Patriot.
It is displayed in the Wyoming County Court House at Tunkhannock, PA. ---------------------------

In the "Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records 1716-1830. Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Machackemick (Deerpark)

The Machackemeck Church stood on the Old Mine Road, about one quarter of a mile above the point where it crossed the Neversink. This site is at the junction of East Main Street & New Jersey Ave, in the City of Port Jervis (NY).

Baptism Aug 18, 1782 - Elisabeth & John
Parents - John Evens & Ann Birney
Witnesses - none
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Ann (Fanny) Birney was born on 6 Oct 1754 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey. She died 6 Mar 1813 - 12 Apr 1826 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Mar 1813 in Orcutt Cem., Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She married John Evans Sir on 10 Apr 1769 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey.

Three birth dates given: Two death dates given:
22 Apr 1751 6 Mar 1813
22 Jun 1751 12 Apr 1826
6 Oct 1751

They had the following children:

  F i Mary (Polly) Evans
  F ii Ann Evans was born on 12 May 1772 in , , New Jersey. She died in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Eaton Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.
  M iii James Evans was born on 10 Dec 1773 in , , New Jersey.
  M iv Thomas Evans
  M v William B. Evans Sr.
  F vi Elizabeth Evans was born on 21 Jun 1780 in , , New Jersey.

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In the "Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records 1716-1830. Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Machackemick (Deerpark)

The Machackemeck Church stood on the Old Mine Road, about one quarter of a mile above the point where it crossed the Neversink. This site is at the junction of East Main Street & New Jersey Ave, in the City of Port Jervis (NY).

Baptism Aug 18, 1782 - Elisabeth & John
Parents - John Evens & Ann Birney
Witnesses - none
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  M vii John Evans Jr.
  M viii Stephen Evans
  M ix Simeon Evans
  M x George Evans Rev.
  F xi Rebecca Evans was born on 12/21 Feb 1794.
  F xii Lois Louise Evans
  F xiii Rachel Evans
  M xiv Perry Evans was born in 1800.

Ebenezer Parrish [Parents] was born on 29 Jan 1760 in Plainfield, Windham, Conn.. He died on 31 Jan 1846 in Monroe (Township?), Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Feb 1846 in Orcutt Cem., Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Martha (Paty) Williams on 31 May 1780 in New Marlboro, Berkshire, Mass..

Other marriages:
, Sarah

Death date of 31 Jan 1846 given in Evans-Cook family bible owned by Norman Dymond of Wyoming Co., PA. From a previous unknown source, a death date of 29 Jan 1847 was given. The Michael Shoemaker Book gives a date of death before 15 Oct 1844, Monroe Twp., Wyoming Co., PA.

Marriage record extracted from Marriage Records, New Marlboro, Berkshire County, Massachusetts.

Martha (Paty) Williams [Parents] was born about 1760. She died on 20 Jul 1817 in Pennsylvania. She married Ebenezer Parrish on 31 May 1780 in New Marlboro, Berkshire, Mass..

Information from Evans-Cook bible owned by Norman Dymond.

They had the following children:

  M i Elihu Williams Parrish Sr.
  F ii Augusta Almira (Maria Myra?) Parrish

Ebenezer Parrish [Parents] was born on 8 Jun 1730 in Norwich or, Canterbury, New London, Conn.. He died on 13 Feb 1752. He married Susannah Williams on 13 Feb 1752 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..

Susannah Williams [Parents] was born on 28 Nov 1732. She married Ebenezer Parrish on 13 Feb 1752 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..

They had the following children:

  F i Pelatiah Parish was born on 2 Jan 1754 in , , Conn.. She died on 1 Mar 1755.
  F ii Hester Parish was born on 13 Dec 1755 in , , Conn.. She died on 20 Oct 1760. She was buried in Oct 1760.
  M iii Nathan Parrish Sr.
  M iv Ebenezer Parrish
  F v Preserved Parish was born on 15 Apr 1762 in , , Conn..
  F vi Abigail Parish was born on 30 Jul 1764 in , , Conn..

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