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James Wing.James married Hannah Bowerman.

Hannah Bowerman.Hannah married James Wing.

They had the following children:

  F i Lydia Wing

Jason Lobdell [Parents] was born on 25 Mar 1817 in , Otsego County, New York. He died on 15 Dec 1896 in Deposit, Broome County, New York. He married Mary Ann Waterman.

Mary Ann Waterman died on 15 Sep 1894 in Deposit, Broome County, New York. She married Jason Lobdell.

They had the following children:

  M i Living
  M ii Living
  M iii Smith Lobdell
  F iv Living
  F v Living
  M vi Living
  F vii Living
  F viii Living
  M ix Living
  M x Living
  F xi Living
  M xii Living
  F xiii Living
  M xiv Living

Smith Lobdell [Parents] was born on 12 Dec 1838. He died on 26 Aug 1929 in Oquaga Lake, , New York. He married Rachael Carpenter.

Other marriages:
Simmons, Alice

Rachael Carpenter.Rachael married Smith Lobdell.

They had the following children:

  F i Living
  M ii Living
  F iii Living
  M iv Living
  F v Living

Smith Lobdell [Parents] was born on 12 Dec 1838. He died on 26 Aug 1929 in Oquaga Lake, , New York. He married Alice Simmons.

Other marriages:
Carpenter, Rachael

Alice Simmons.Alice married Smith Lobdell.

They had the following children:

  M i Chauncey Lobdell

Chauncey Lobdell [Parents] was born on 31 Jul 1891 in Danville, (Sanford), New York. He died on 22 Apr 1959 in Deposit, Broome County, New York. He married Living.

Said to have had nine children as follows:

Lillian W.
Smith E.
Catherine M.
Bernice M.
Myrtle E.
Teresa A.
Lavern L.
Douglas
Eugene L.
Lillian W.
Smith E.
Catherine M.
Bernice M.
Myrtle E.
Teresa A.
Lavern L.
Douglas
Eugene L.

Living


Labon Landon or Landen [Parents] was born on 13 Jan 1759 in , , New Jersey. He died on 28 Jun 1828 in , Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Jun 1828 in Glenwood Cem., Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Gillis.


See web page
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~landon/memb/landnj.html


from Pioneer & Patriot Families of Bradford Co., Pa. - Heverly 1770-1825

Labon Landon, a native of New Jersey, born January 13, 1759, was one of Washington's body-guard and served throughout the war for Independence. He married Elizabeth Gillis, a native of Newbury, NY and in 1799 settled in Canton township, Bradford county, on the O.B.Grantier farm. He was both a physician and farmer. In 1822 the family removed to Troy where Mr. Landon died in June, 1828, but returned to Canton in 1830. Mrs. Landon died in June 1848, in her 84th year. Their children were Laban X., Mahala, Benjamin, Ezra, Levi D., Elizabeth (Mrs Jacob Grantier), Sarah, Mercy, Hannah (Mrs. Irvine Rogers) , Joshua G., David S., Catharine (Mrs William Wilsey), Nancy (Mrs Alpheus Peters) and Eldaah.
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1845, August 28 - married Hiram A. Case and Miss Sophia A., daughter of Francis and Pricello (Wilsey) Smead, both of Troy.
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The taxable inhabitants (all males 21 years and over and females owning property) at the organization of Bradford county (1812-13) as ascertained from assessment rolls, voting lists and other sources were as follows: Springfield - including a Section of Troy - Henry Wiltsey.
Canton - including LeRoy & parts of Franklin & Granville - Landon, Benj., Ezra, Laban, Laban, Jr., Levi.
Burlington - including West Burlington, Troy & parts of Granville & North Towanda - Smead, Francis & Reuben.
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Patriots of the Revolution - Laban Landon buried Glenwood Cem., Troy, PA
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Laban Landon. son of William and Mercy Landon, was born at what is now Hackettstown in old Hardwick Township Jan. 13, 1759. He enlisted for five months in 1776 as Private in the New Jersey State Troops. Later he enlisted at "Smith's Clove", near the line between New York and New Jersey, and served in Capt. James Hallet's Company. His pension application states that in the latter part of 1777 he enlisted in Capt. William Helm's Company, Second New Jersey Regiment, but other records indicate that he enlisted at Hardwick, April 29, 1777, for three years in Capt. Nathaniel Tomm's company, from which he was transferred at Valley Forge, Pa., Feb. 1, 1778, to Capt. Henry Luse's Company in the Second New Jersey Regiment, and again at Valley Forge, March 19, 1718, to Commander-in-Chief Washington's Guard under Capt. Caleb Gibbs and later Capt. William Colfax. He served in the Guard until he was furloughed at Newburgh, N. Y., in June 1783, pending the ratification of the definite Treaty of Peace, and he was finally discharged Nov. 3, 1783, with two badges of merit. During his service he was in the battles of White Plains, N. Y., Oct. 1776; Brandywine, Del., Sept. 1777; Germantown, Pa., Oct. 1777; Monmouth, N. J., June 28, 1778; was sick at Quaker Hill Hospital Nov. 26, 1778, to Jan. 1, 1779; at battles of Connecticut Farms, N. J., June 7, 1780; King's Bridge, N. Y., July 3, 1781; and Yorktown, Va., Oct. 19, 1781, when Lord Cornwallis surrendered, and in which engagement he was wounded in both arms. His application for a pension, May 9, 1818, gives the complete record of his family, as shown below. It states that he was then living in Canton Township, Bradford County, Pa., in which county he had lived about eighteen years, having previously lived in Lycoming County.
(However, the records of Tioga County, formerly part of Lycoming, show that Laban Landon bought 50 acres of land there from Joshua Grigby in 1807.) He died June 28, 1828, in Troy Township, Bradford County, where tombstones to him and his wife still stand in good condition. He was married March 15, 1784, to Elizabeth Gilless, doubtless of Newburgh, N. Y., who was born Aug. 20, 1765. She was allowed a pension on her application dated Oct. 22, 1838, at which time she was living in Troy Township, Pa. She was still living there in 1843 and died at LeRoy, Pa., June 23, 1848. (Records of Pension Bureau, Washington ; and Adjutant-General, Trenton ; Godfrey's "The Commander-in-Chief's Guard", p. 201). The will of Laban Landon, probated Sept. 8, 1828, names wife Elizabeth, eleven children and four sons-in-law. (Bradford County, Pa., Register's Docket, Vol. I, p. 58).

Elizabeth Gillis [Parents] was born on 20 Aug 1765 in Newburgh, Orange County, New York. She died on 23 Jun 1848 in Canton, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. She was buried in Glenwood Cem., Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. She married Labon Landon or Landen.


Early Marriage Records of the
First Presbyterian Church at Goshen, Orange County, New York

03/15/1784 Landon, Laban Gillis, Elizabeth

09/14/1786 Moore, Benjamin Gillis, Hannah

They had the following children:

  M i Laban X. Landon
  F ii Mahala Landon was born on 29 Mar 1787. She died on 29 Mar 1787.
  M iii Benjamin Landon
  M iv Ezra Landon
  M v Levi D. Landon aka Eli
  F vi Elizabeth Landon
  F vii Sarah Landon was born on 5 Oct 1796. She died on 5 Oct 1796.
  F viii Mercy Landon was born on 5 Oct 1796. She died on 5 Oct 1796.
  F ix Hannah Landon
  M x Joshua G. Landon
  M xi David Stephenson Landon
  F xii Catherine Landon or Landen
  F xiii Nancy Landon
  M xiv Eldaah Landon Elder

Jacob Grantier.Jacob married Elizabeth Landon.

Elizabeth Landon [Parents] was born on 20 Jul 1794. She died on 25 Sep 1891. She married Jacob Grantier.

Other marriages:
Ingraham,


Thomas Tebo, a native of Elizabethtown, N.J., was born June 17th 1809; educated in the common schools, and when young worked in a woolen manufactory and afterward on a farm. He settled in Union in 1837, purchasing 50 acres of wild land. May 23rd 1838 he married Miss Elizabeth Landon (daughter of Laban Landon, one of the pioneers), by whom he had twelve children - Lewis W., Thomas M., Levi D., Harriet J., Elizabeth A., Joseph W., John B., George W., Phebe A., James B., William E. and Mary D. - eight of whom are living. He cleared up a farm, set out an orchard, built a barn, and had just commenced to build a new dwelling when he died, July 1st 1870. The dwelling was completed by his widow, who carries on the farm, which he had enlarged to 112 acres. When he settled in Union the nearest grist-mill was eleven miles away, and there was no road for miles.


Roine or Irvine Rogers was born on 4 Jan 1774. He married Hannah Landon.

From "Pioneer and Patriot Families of Bradford County", by C.F. Heverly,

"Zepheniah Rogers, a native of New England, born 1747, served in the Revolutionary war in Capt. William Satterlee's company in the regiment commanded by Colonel Elmer. In 1796 Mr. Rogers emigrated with his family to Towanda creek settling in Canton township on what is known as the Hubbel Manley farm. He occupied a floorless log cabin, 14 x 18, in which he set up a one-legged bedstead--simply a forked stick driven into the ground on which were poles running to a crack between the wall logs and these poles threaded with bark for bed-cord--the magnificent furnishing of many an old-time first cabin. He Also built a little tub-mill on his place, having a capacity for cracking from a bushel and a half to three bushels of corn in twenty-four hours. In his old age Mr. Rogers enjoyed the benefits of a pension granted by the government. Both he and his wife, Elizabeth, died upon the homestead at advanced ages. Of their known children were: Zepheniah, Jr., who for a number of years occupied the Lindley place, subsequently removed from the county. Irvine married Hannah, daughter of Laban Landon and remained in Canton. Roswell R. occupied the homestead. He married Minena________and had the following children: Roswell R, Lucinda (Mrs. George Manley), Amanda (Mrs. William Miles), Claracy (Mrs. Abner Walters), Eliza (Mrs. Elliott Manley), Deborah (Mrs. Martin Coon), William W. and James A.

Corrections and additions-- Rogers, page 300, Vol. I

Zepheniah Rogers was born March 7, 1747, at Mendon, Mass.; married March 7, 1770, Elizabeth Rood (b April 16, 1753, d March 21, 1838), in Litchfield, Litchfield county, Conn.; served in the Revolutionary war, enlisting as a private, May, 1776, in Capt. William Satterlee's company under Col. Elmore of the Connecticut line and served until April, 1777; re-enlisted April, 1777, and served as a private, Capt. Daniel Davis's company under Col. Elmore for five or six months. In 1796 he emigrated to Canton township where he resided until 1822, moving to Franklin county, Ohio where he died Oct. 7, 1823, and is buried. The children of Zepheniah and Elizabeth Rogers were Isaac, b. Feby. 11, 1771; Zepheniah, b Sept. 12, 1773, married Anna Soul. 1795; Rachael, b July 14, 1778, married Nathaniel Babcock; Elizabeth, b April 8, 1783; Roswell R., B July 5, 1787; Rosemanty, b Sept. 24, 1789; Reuben, b Oct. 26, 1791; Roine (Irvine) b Jany 4, 1794.

· From: "Pension Rolls, Revolutionary War, PA",

"Zephaniah Rogers of Canton in the state of Pennsylvania who was a private in the regiment commanded by Colonel Elmore of the Connecticut line for the term of one year. Inscribed on the roll of Pennsylvania at the rate of 8 Dollars per month. to commence on the 9 of May 1818. Certificate
of Pension issued the 22 of Sept 1819 and sent to Jno. McKean. Athens - Bradford Cty. Penn. Arrears to 4th of Sept. 1819-126.99. Semi-anl. all'ce
ending 4 March 1820 48 $174.99"

Pioneer & Patriot Families by Heverly

Zepheniah Rogers, a native of New England, born March 7, 1747 at Mendon, Mass.; married March 7, 1770, Elizabeth Rood (b. April 16, 1753, d. March 21, 1838), in Litchfield, Litchfield county, Conn.; served in the Revolutionary war, enlisting as a private, May, 1776, in Capt. William Satterlee's company under Col. Elmore of the Connecticut line and served until April, 1777; re-enlisted April, 1777, and served as a private, Capt. Daniel Davis' company under Col. Elmore for five or six months. In 1796 he emigrated with his family to Towanda creek, settling in Canton township on what is known as the Hubbel Manley farm. He occupied a floorless log cabin, 14x18, in which he set up a one-legged bedstead--simply a forked stick driven into the ground on which were poles running to a crack between the wall logs and these poles threaded with bark for bed-cord--the magnificent furnishing of many an old-time first cabin.

He also built a little tub-mill on his place, having a capacity for cracking from a bushel and a half to three bushels of corn in twenty-four hours. In his old age, Mr. Rogers enjoyed the benefits of a pension granted by the government. In 1822, he moved to Franklin county, Ohio, where he died Oct. 7, 1823, and is buried. The children of Zepheniah and Elizabeth Rogers were:

Isaac, b. Feb. 11, 1771;

Zepheniah, Jr., b. Sept. 12, 1773, married Anna Soul, 1795; for a number of years occupied the Lindley place, subsequently removed from the county.

Rachael, b. July 14, 1778, married Nathaniel Babcock;

Elizabeth, b. April 8, 1783;

Roswell R., b. July 5, 1787, occupied the homestead. He married Minena _____ and had the following children: Roswell R., Lucinda (Mrs. George Manley), Amanda (Mrs. William Miles), Claracy (Mrs. Abner Walters), Eliza (Mrs. Elliott Manley), Deborah (Mrs. Martin Coon), William W. and James A.

Rosemanty, b. Sept. 24, 1789;

Reuben, b. Oct. 26, 1791;

Roine (Irvine), b. January 4, 1794, married Hannah, daughter of Laban Landon and remained in Canton.

Hannah Landon [Parents] was born on 9 Aug 1797. She married Roine or Irvine Rogers.

They had the following children:

  M i John B. Rogers was born in 1832 in Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

I am looking for any information on JOHN B. ROGERS, son of Roine Rogers and Hannah Landon. He was born about 1832 in Bradford Co., was drafted and served one year in Co. B, 76th Reg., PA Inf. His parents moved to Monroe Co., IA but he apparently did not. I would like to know who he married, names of any children, date of death and place of burial.

Alpheus Peters.Alpheus married Nancy Landon.

Nancy Landon [Parents] was born on 25 Nov 1805. She died on 20 Jul 1883. She married Alpheus Peters.


Hiram A. Case was born in of Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in Case Cem., Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. He married Sophia A. Smead on 28 Aug 1845 in Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania.

Other marriages:
Mosier, Eunice

HIRAM A. CASE, farmer, justice of the peace, surveyor and engineer, Troy, was born December 5, 1825, in Troy township, this county, on the farm he now owns and occupies, a son of Elihu and Charlotte (Palmer) Case; his paternal grandparents, Reuben and Experience (Nichols) Case, were natives of Hebron, Washington Co., and Ithaca, Tompkins Co., N. Y, respectively, and settled in Troy township, this county, in March, 1798, on the farm now occupied by our subject. They moved here with an ox team, cutting their way through the woods and following the beds of the creeks for the last 25 miles of the way. Reuben built the first house in what is now Troy, then in Lycoming county, and called the place Casena. In later life they removed to Spencer, Tompkins Co., N. Y., and died there. Their children were Elihu, Sylvia (Mrs. Russell Palmer), Timothy, Esther (Mrs. Milton Hugg), Reuben, Philip and Ephraim. Of these, Elihu succeeded to the homestead, which originally consisted of 180 acres, and on which he made most of the improvements. He was a surveyor as well as farmer, and followed both occupations until his death; he was a justice of the peace for forty years, a brigadier-general of militia, and served four years as State Senator of his district, which comprised the counties of Bradford and Susquehanna, and was agent and attorney for the Drinker estate from 1808 until his death in 1865. He built the first foundry and first sawmill in Troy, and organized the first Masonic Lodge in what was then Lycoming county. His children were: Edmund, Irene (Mrs. Charles N. Strait), Nathan, Jareb, Hiram A., Adrial H. and William P.

Our subject was reared on the old homestead, to which he succeeded by will, on the death of his father. He began surveying when ten years of age, and has followed the business ever since; he has been twice married, first, August 28, 1845, to Lephe A., daughter of Francis and Priscilla (Wilsey) Smead, of Troy township, and by her he had five children: William P., Allen F., Minnie, Lottie and Horace; his second marriage was September 24, 1877, with Eunice L., daughter of Stephen and Mary (Bowe) Harkness, of Columbia township, by whom he has two sons: Delos W. and Stephen E. Mr. Case’s mother was a native of Vermont, a kinsman of Ethan Allen, and some of the land given to her father for his services as a soldier, is where the city of Montpelier now is. Her demise occurred in 1882. Mr. Case is a well known citizen of Troy township, and has held the office of justice of the peace nearly twenty years; in politics he is a Republican.

Nineteenth Year, #948, Wednesday, September 5, 1900
Hiram A. Case.

Hiram A. Case was born in Troy Township, December 5, 1825 and died September 2nd, 1900. He was a life long resident of the town. When 12 years old he began surveying and continued the work till his last sickness.

He was married when 19 years old to Lephe Ann Smead, by whom he had five children, three of whom are living: Wm. Penn, Fowler and Horace Case.

He was married the second time to Mrs. Eunice Mosher, September 24, 1877. Two children were born to them, only one Walter Case is living.

He was Justice of the Peace 35 years, 30 years consecutively. When a young man he united with the Disciples in Alba, and in later years united with the Church of Christ in Troy.

His funeral held at his late home, Tuesday, September 4th, was largely attended, services conducted by Revs. J. H. Gordinier and E. F. Randall. Interment in the Case Cemetery.

Sophia A. Smead [Parents] was born about 1825 in of Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania. She married Hiram A. Case on 28 Aug 1845 in Troy, Bradford County, , Pennsylvania.

The following is extracted from Clement F. Heverly, Pioneer and Patriot Families of Bradford County, 1770-1800, Vol. 1, Bradford Star Print, 1913. Volume 1 - Page 53
1845
August 28, Hiram A. Case and Miss Sophia A., daughter of Francis and Pricello (Wilsey) Smead, both of Troy.

They had the following children:

  M i Allen F. Case was born about 1850 in , Pennsylvania.
  F ii Minnie L. A. Case was born about 1855 in , Pennsylvania.
  F iii Lottie E. Case was born about 1862 in , Pennsylvania.
  M iv Horace E. Case was born about 1863 in , Pennsylvania.
  M v Delos Case

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