Ancestors of Angie Sullivan-1

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64. Parker Sullivan

Timeline for Parker Sullivan

21 Sep 1781 - Mary Johns, Parker's wife, born in New Jersey?

11 April 1782 - Parker Sullivan born in Salem, New Jersey?

1 Sep 1802 - Parker Sullivan (age 20) married to Mary Johns (age 21) in Salem, New Jersey

23 Jun 1805 - Son Elias Sullivan, born to Parker Sullivan (age 23) and Mary Johns (age 22) in New Jersey

Between 1805 and 1807 - Parker moved family to Champaign County, Ohio

??? - Son Joshu(a or s) Sullivan, born to Parker Sullivan and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

15 Feb 1807 - Daughter Anna Sullivan born to Parker Sullivan (age 25) and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

29 Oct 1808 - Daughter Rebecca Sullivan born to Parker Sullivan (age 26) and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

21 Feb 1811 - Son Aaron Sullivan born to Parker Sullivan (age 29) and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

7 Sept 1811 - Parker Sullivan (age 29) purchases land/pays taxes on land in Champaign County, Ohio

1820 - Parker Sullivan (age 38) found on the Champaign County, Ohio Census

1820 - Daughter Elizabeth Sullivan born to Parker Sullivan (age 38) and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

25 Apr 1822 - Son George Sullivan born to Parker Sullivan (age 40) and Mary Johns, in Champaign County, Ohio

January 03, 1831 - Parker Sullivan (age 50) purchased land in Ohio

1840 - Parker Sullivan (age 58) found on the Champaign County, Ohio Census

1850 - Parker Sullivan (age 68) found on the Harrison Township, Ohio Census

22 Aug 1852 - Parker Sullivan (age 70) died in Champaign County, Ohio. Buried in Sullivan Cemetery Champaign Co Ohio.
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From: Todd C. Yetter To: angiesullivan@earthlink.net Sent: 8/19/02 8:33:06 AM Subject: recent Sullivan postings
Dear Angie,
THANK YOU for the recent postings. You have really been busy! I am looking forward to reading through all of the information, and thank you for including the source documentation!!!
Yours is the most complete line of information that I have seen so far documenting Ebenezer as the father of Parker Sullivan. The evidence seems circumstantial and spotty (for example, I would like to know how Ebenezer and Mary got together in Salem, NJ since neither was thought to have come from that area). I have seen a number of names listed for the father of Parker: Ebenezer, Moses, Moses Ebenezer, Parker. I would certainly like to find more STRONG evidence linking Capt. Ebenezer Sullivan to Parker, but your evidence is compelling.
Again, thank you for providing this information to the list.
Todd
Dr. Todd Christian Yetter
7196 College Station Dr.
Department of Biology
Cumberland College
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From: Todd C. Yetter To: angiesullivan@earthlink.net Sent: 8/19/02 8:55:27 AM Subject: Sullivan follow-up
Dear Angie,
Your notice that Ebenezer Sullivan might possibly be buried in Charlestown, NH got me looking… I notice that Charlestown is in Sullivan Co, named for General John Sullivan. Further, it turns out that there are a number of PARKERs who settled early in Sullivan Co., see: . Of the Parkers listed, notice that a Mary was born in 1760 to Isaac and Mehitable Parker. OUR Mary Parker, wife of Ebenezer Sullivan, is listed as being born in 1758 in Charleston, SC. I am now wondering if her birthplace was listed in some record as simply Charleston/Charlestown, and someone assumed SC instead of NH. Have you run across any of this information? What do you think?
Todd
Dr. Todd Christian Yetter
7196 College Station Dr.
Department of Biology
Cumberland College
Williamsburg, KY 40769
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From: Larry Nicodemus
To: Angie Sullivan
Date: 8/19/02 9:28:34 AM
Subject: Sullivan

I have been looking over your post and wanted to let you know my new email address. Lnicode@dellepro.com
Larry
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Taken from genealogy.com on September 16, 2002 -

Parker Sullivan found in:
Ohio, 1787-1840 Land and Tax Records
Listed in: Early Ohio Settlers: Southwestern OH, 1800-1840
Page number: 316
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Taken from genealogy.com on September 16, 2002 -

Parker Sullivan found in:
Marriage Index: New Jersey, 1680-1900
Married: Sep. 01, 1804 in: Salem, NJ
Gender: M Source: County Clerk Records Film number: 0848572
Spouse name: Johns, Mary Spouse gender: F
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Taken from genealogy.com on September 16, 2002 -

Parker Sullivan found in:
Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI, 1790-1907
Document number: 10916 Description number: 1
Number of acres: 320.0000 Accession number: AR1310__.052
Patentee Surname: Sullivan Patentee given name: Parker
State name: Arkansas
Volume: 1310 Page number: 52
Land office: Washington Aliquot part reference: S½
Section number: 22
Township: 12 South Range: 23 West
Meridian or special survey area: Fifth Principal Meridian
Title transfer authority: Sale-Cash Entries
Combined signature date: Jul. 1, 1859
Multiple patentees: N Multiple warrantees: N
Signature: Y Canceled document: N Subsurface rights reserved: N
Metes and bounds: N Fractional section: N
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Taken from genealogy.com on September 16, 2002 -

Parker Sullivan found in:
Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI, 1790-1907
Document number: 1542 Description number: 1
Number of acres: 78.6400 Accession number: OH0260__.489
Patentee Surname: Sullivan Patentee given name: Parker
State name: Ohio
Volume: 260 Page number: 489
Land office: Cincinnati Aliquot part reference: E½SE
Section number: 18
Township: 4 Range: 12
Meridian or special survey area: Between the Miamis
Title transfer authority: Sale-Cash Entries
Combined signature date: Jan. 3, 1831
Multiple patentees: N Multiple warrantees: N
Signature: Y Canceled document: N Subsurface rights reserved: N
Metes and bounds: N Fractional section: N
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Taken from http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?IN=000697&PN=316&SEC=Early%20Ohio%20Settlers%3A%20Southwestern%20OH%2C%201800-1840&CD=651

Ohio, 1787-1840 Land and Tax Records
Early Ohio Settlers: Southwestern OH, 1800-1840, Surnames, S - T, Page 316

Purchaser - Parker Sullivan (c)
Year - 1811
Date - Sept 07
Residence - Champaign
R - 12
T - 04
S - 18

Purchaser - Parker Sullivan (c)
Year - 1829
Date - July 31
Residence - Champaign
R - 12
T - 04
S - 18

Purchaser - Samuel Sullivan (a)
Year - 1836
Date - Sept 23
Residence - Miami
R - 03
T - 12
S - 22
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Taken from ancestry.com on July 23, 2002 -

SULLIVAN, PARKER
Land Office: CINCINNATI Sequence #:
Document Number: 1542 Total Acres: 78.64
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: January 03, 1831
Mineral Rights Reserved: Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
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Taken from ancestry.com on July 23, 2002 -

SULLIVAN, PARKER
State: OH Year: 1850
County: Champaign County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Harrison Township Page: 329
Database: OH 1850 Federal Census Index
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Taken from ancestry.com on July 23, 2002 -

SULLIVAN, PARKER
State: OH Year: 1840
County: Champaign County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Harrison Township Page: 317
Database: OH 1840 Federal Census Index
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Taken from ancestry.com on July 23, 2002 -

Ohio Census, 1790-1890 [Print]
Viewing records 1-4 of 4 Matches

SULLIVAN, PARKER
State: OH Year: 1820
County: Champaign County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Cancord Page: 500
Database: OH 1820 Federal Census Index
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Taken from

Surnames: JOHNS, SULLIVAN
Researcher: Todd Yetter
Email: tyetter@cc.cumber.edu
Date posted: Thursday, January 27, 2000
Looking for Parker SULLIVAN family that settled in Champaign Co sometime in the early 1800's. Parker married Mary JOHNS in 1804 in Salem, NJ. Parker and Mary had 8 children, the last 7 born in Champaign Co. Any information on this family would be most appreciated. Will gladly share information.
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Report from Larry Nicodemus -

PARKER SULLIVAN

1. PARKER SULLIVAN b. APR 11 1782, Salem County, New Jersey,1 (son of MR.
EBEZENER SULLIVAN ????? and MARY PARKER ????) occupation farmer,2 m.
SEP 01 1804,3 MARY JOHNS, b. SEP 21 1781, Salem County, New Jersey,4
(daughter of MR. JOHNS and MRS. JOHNS) d. April 02 1864,5 buried Sullivan
Cemetery , Springhills, Ohio.6 PARKER died AUG 28 1852, Champaign County, Ohio,7
buried Sullivan Cemetery , Springhills, Ohio.8 Was living in the 1820 Census in
Champaign County, Ohio in Concord, Page 500. Was in 1840 Ohio Census, Chanpaign
County, Harrison Township P 317. Salt Lake City Temple Record Book 7F page 135 .
The Revolutionary Census of New Jersey in 1774 shows him in Salem, Salem which may
be his father. MARY: Springhills is 9-10 miles NorthWest of Urbana.

Larry Nicodemus
205 Canyon Oaks
Argyle Texas 76226

Parker Sullivan of New Jersey and Allied Families a Genealogical enumeration compiled by James Latimer Bothwell October 1946. Contributed by Irene Foster, Genealogical Records Chairman of Eulalona Chapter DAR Eulalona Chapter, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1955 - Oregon Society of Genealogical records committee chairman Mrs. Oscar T. Tinkle - National Chairman, Mrs. Howard P. Arnest

1. Parker Sullivan, born April 11, 1782, probably in Salem County, New Jersey, died August 22, 1852, in Champaign County Ohio, aged 71 years, 2 months and 17 days. He married in Salem County, New Jersey, September 1, 1802 (or 1804), Mary Johns, born September 21, 1781, in New Jersey and died April 2, 1864, in Champaign County, Ohio aged 82, 6 months, and 9 days. They probably went from New Jersey to Champaign County, Ohio, about 1807.

Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio", Volume I, page 372 mentions Parker Sullivan as among the first settlers in the village of Urbana, Ohio.

The Census of 1850 of Champaign County, Ohio, indicates "Parker Sullivan, age 68 born in New Jersey, was a farmer and the value of his property, real estate, was $4000. His wife, Mary, was then 65 years old, born in New Jersey and they had a son, George, age 28 years old, born in Ohio.

Issue: 2 i Elias Sullivan born in New Jersey, June 23, 1805, died in Champaign County, Ohio, April 15, 1872, aged 66 years, 10 months, 13 days, mrried, 1st March 25, 1830, Anna Longfellow, who died in 1832.

i - Mary, died Sept 16, 1831, aged 9 months, 26 days

married 2nd, October 29, 1835, Nancy Wilkson, who died Feb 9, 1887, aged 74 years, 11 months and 11 days.

Note, Probate Court Records of Champaign County, Ohio Show that a marriage of Elias Sullivan to Margaret Hewlings, October 29, 1835, but the Sullivan tombstone inscriptions in Wesley Chapel Cemetary show stones for Anna and Nancy, wives of Elias Sullivan.

3 ii Anna (Polly) born Feb. 15, 1807, died August 4, 1836. aged 29 years, married March 8, 1827, Joseph Longfellow, brother of Anna Longfellow, 1st wife of Elias Sullivan

4 iii Joshua Sullivan, lived in Illinois, who marred March 18, 1834, Sarah Wisman.
78 i James Barney Sullivan
79 i Dan Sullivan
80 ii John Sullivan
81 iii Joshua Sullivan

5iv George Sullivan, born 1822 and died Dec 7, 1875 aged 53 years, 7 months, 13 days, married October 10, 1850, Sarah J. Dearduff, born 1832 and died Feb. 13, 1861, aged 19 years, 4 months, and 9 days.

15 i Francis M. Sullivan, son died April 13, 1854 aged 3 months and 7 days
16ii Infant daughter died Jan. 28, 1860, aged 4 days

married 2nd, Eliza J. Wren, April 18, 1861

i Infant son died May 12, aged 9 days.

The following persons are the heirs of George Sullivan of Harrison Twp., Champaign County, whose estate was administered in 1877. The administrator was appointed, December 20, 1875: Mary Elizabeth Pheneger, wife of Samuel Pheneger, Joshua Sullivan, Charles W. Sullivan, John M. Sullivan, Daniel P. Sullivan, Grant Sullivan, William Sullivan, Oscar Sullivan.

6. Rebecca Sullivan married Sept. 10, 1828. Thomas Cummins.

7. vi Aaron Sullivan, born Champaign Co., Ohio, Feb 21, 1811: died March 17, 1893 at Manchester, Iowa. Aaron Sullivan came to LaSalle County, Illinois, Nov 1, 1835. He crossed the Mississippi river, Nov. 23, 1844, at Lyons, Iowa, and in the same year made permanent settlement at that time on the list of 24 families in Delaware County, Iowa and one of the four families listed in Coffin's Grove Township. He married Jane Lippincott on June 20, 1832; she was born in Champaign County, Ohio, Nov 23, 1844 where he was the fourth settler, having been preceded by Coffin, Baker, and Hiram minkler. Jane Lippincott Sullivan died Sept. 14, 1886 at Masonville Iowa. Brother Sullivan was converted about 1856 and baptised by Reverend Bixby as a Weselyan Methodist, being one of the founders of it. Jane Lippincott had a brother, Jackson Lippincott. Their father was Samual B. Lippincott who came from Pennsylvania. (For more data on Parker and Mary Johns sullivan Family See Appendix I).

Appendix 1 -

More date with reference to Parker and Mary Johns Sullivan

Miss Alice Longfellow, 332 North 10th Ave., Broken Bow, Nebraska wrote the following to the compiler:

"Parker Sullivan and Joseph Hewling (Hueling, Huling) married sisters and in the History of Champaign County, Ohio (1881) I found this article which may be of interest to you "Joseph Hewling, farmer, West Liberty Ohio, born Harrison Township, is the son of Joseph and Margaret Hewling, both natives of New Jersey. Joseph could have entered the Revolutionary War, but was exempt on account of an infirmity, caused by sickness. In 1796 he married Margaret Johns. She was an own cousin of Commodore Perry. Came to Ohio in 1800, located near Cincinnati at Waynesville, moved in 1801 or 1802 to Champaign County, Ohio."

It is doubtful that there is the relationship to Commodore Perry, I wrote to Dr. Edward Cornelius Perry, MD, Avon New York who had done fifty years of genealogical work and he had this to say (letter dated April 14, 1943)

"I have compiled 11 lines of Perrys, and have that of Commodore Perry and his brother Com. M. C. Perry but do not find the names that you mention. Com O. H. Perry was born 1785 and died 1819, married 1811, Elizabeth Champlin Mason. His brother Com. M. C. Perry was born 1794, died 1858, married 1814, Jane Slidell. The children of these two Commodore Perrys were own, or 1st cousins. Com. O.H. Perry had five children, Com. MC Perry had ten children, none of these fifteen children bore names that you give neither do I see such names among the eight children of Captain Christopher R. Perry, father of the two Commodores, nor any of their immediate descendants. I am on the Richard Perry line of Fairfield, Connecticutt 1649. The line of the two Commodores is that of Edward Perry born 1625 of Sandwich, Mass. I have seen authoritative statement that he has no cousins now living in own, or 1st cousin, or descendents."

Parker Sullivan may have come from north of Ireland, and when a young man emigrated to New Jersey. Such is the account in the History of Idaho Chicago Lewis Publishing Co., 1899) page 182 on article on Isaac N. Sullivan. This history also says that he was married in New Jersey and at an early day moved to Ohio, locating in Logan County near Degraff. He had seven children, born in New jersey and Ohio and reared and educated in Ohio. The history is somewhat confused and must be in error as it says that his paternal grandfather Aaron Sullivan did this (Note: The census of 1850 Champaign County Ohio states that Parker Sullivan was born in New Jersey.) And then the context goes on to say that the third of this family was Aaron Sullivan, father of the Judge I N. Sullivan. They probably assumed that the Judge's granfather had the same name as his father, but our data indicates that he was one Parker Sullivan who married Mary Johns, and the records of New Jersey Salem County shows their marriage. It is possible that Parker or his parents came from the North of Ireland, but just who the parents of Parker were I have not been able to determine. Mr. Lewis D. Cook of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Society has done soem work on this for me. He found a Parker Sullivan who married Mary Ann Whittall, in a mortgage dated September 11, 1773, and recorded in Salem County, Book A, p. 72 of mortgages. It shows there that Parker Sullivan and wife Mary and Sarah Whittall Wheaton Conveyed to Joseph Champneys as security for the loan. " all that lot of land that was devised to William Whittall, deceased, by the last will and testament of Eramus Fetters, deceased." It seems that this is the only instance of the name Parker Sullivan in the index books of Salem County, New Jersey; the mortgages began in 1765 and the deeds about 1795.

The Institute of American genealogy in a letter addressed to me and dated May 13, 1942 has this to say on the matter: " In spite of the fact that te Census of 1790 for New Jersey was destroyed by fire, there are many other angles of approach. For instance the Probate records show a Sullivan family resident in Salem County, NJ in 1765. A Matthias Sullivan lived there and his will shows sons John and Matthias. John was born 1762, and Matthias, the son in 1765. We find a Parker family in the same county. We believe work should be concentrated here until all possibilities of Parker Sullivans parentage are exhausted. The marriage records of Parker Sullivan to Mary Johns, Sept. 1, 1804 appears on page 176 of Salem County, NJ Marriage Records. There is also record of a Nehemiah Sullivan who married 1803 Margaret Tracy. Probably Nehemiah and Parker are brothers. Many of the New Jersey pulications contain data on this county.

Private Sullivan Cemetary
The little private cemetary where Parker and Mary Johns Sullivan are buried is on the old Hewling (Huling, Heuling) farm. This farm was divided to the Hewling children at the death of their parents, so Mr. Fry, caretaker of several cemetaries told Miss Alice Longfellow, and she had him fence and clean it and reset the stones which were all down. This Sullivan Cemetary is near the Wesley Methodist Chapel Cemetary which is on land once owned by Elias Sullivan and given to them for that purpose. These cemetaries are near Urbana and West Liberty, Ohio. Mr. George Sullivan, so of George, brother of Elias cared for them at one time.
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Husband
Parker Sullivan Pedigree

Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Mary Johns Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. Aaron Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 FEB 1811 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 17 MAR 1893 Manchester, Delaware, Iowa
Burial: Masonville, Delaware, Iowa
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Parker Sullivan
Male Family

Event(s):
Birth: 11 APR 1782 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Death: 22 AUG 1852
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 30 SEP 1947 SLAKE

Parents:
Father: Ebenezer Sullivan Family
Mother: Mary Parker

Marriages:
Spouse: Mary Johns Family
Marriage: 01 SEP 1802

Relative/Proxy: David Dollen Sullivan

Messages:
Record of LDS Church ordinance (living or proxy). The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are arranged by temple, ordinance type, ordinance date, and the relative's name. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband.

Source Information:
Film Number: 1239556
Page Number: 435
Reference number: 9125
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Husband
Parker Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 11 APR 1782 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: 01 SEP 1802 , Salem, New Jersey
Death: 22 AUG 1852 Champion Co, , , Ohio
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 SEP 1947
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

Father: Ebenezer Sullivan Family
Mother: Mary Parker

Wife
Mary Johns Pedigree
Birth: 21 SEP 1781 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: 01 SEP 1802 , Salem, New Jersey
Death: 02 APR 1864 Champion Co, , , Ohio
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 MAR 1948
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

Children
1. Elias Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 25 JUN 1805 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Death: 15 APR 1872
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 02 FEB 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

2. Anna or Polly Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 15 FEB 1807 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 04 AUG 1836 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 02 FEB 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

3. Joshua Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1809 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

4. Aaron Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 FEB 1811 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 17 MAR 1893 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 15 DEC 1947
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN


5. Rebecca Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: About 1812 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 MAR 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

6. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male

Birth: 1822 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 07 DEC 1875 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN
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Parker Sullivan
Male Family

Event(s):
Birth: 22 MAY 1782 , , New Jersey
Christening:
Death: 22 AUG 1852
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed]Baptism: CLEARED
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: CLEARED
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] Sealing to Spouse: CLEARED
Mary Johns

Marriages:
Spouse: Mary Johns Family
Marriage: 01 SEP 1804 , Salem, New Jersey

Messages:
Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church to request LDS temple ordinances. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.

Source Information:
No source information is available.
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Parker Sullivan
Male Family

Event(s):
Birth: 22 MAY 1782 , , New Jersey
Christening:
Death: 22 AUG 1852 , Champaign, Ohio
Burial: Sullivan Ceme, , Champaign, Ohio

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 12 JUN 2002 SGEOR
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 14 DEC 2002 SGEOR
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] Sealing to Spouse: CLEARED
Mary Johns

Marriages:
Spouse: Mary Johns Family
Marriage: 01 SEP 1804 , Salem, New Jersey

Messages:
Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church to request LDS temple ordinances. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.

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Husband
Ebenezer Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 03 OCT 1753 Barwick, , York, Maine
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 03 JUN 1799 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 22 MAR 1927
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 NOV 1927
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 29 SEP 1951 LOGAN
Father: John Sullivan Family
Mother: Margery Browne

Wife
Mary Parker Pedigree
Birth: About 1758 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 07 FEB 1951
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 29 SEP 1951 LOGAN

Children
1. David Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1775 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JUN 1950
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 29 SEP 1951 LOGAN

2. William Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1777 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 20 NOV 1950
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 29 SEP 1951 LOGAN


65. Mary Johns

From: Larry Nicodemus
To: Angie Sullivan
Date: 8/19/02 9:28:34 AM
Subject: Sullivan

I have been looking over your post and wanted to let you know my new email address. Lnicode@dellepro.com
Larry
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Taken from Personal Ancestral File on February 12, 2002 -

Mary JOHNS (AFN: LZQ6-T1)
Sex: F Event(s):
Birth: 24 Sep 1782 , , Nj
Death: 2 Apr 1864 , Champaign, Oh
Burial: Harrison Twp, Champaign, Oh
Parents:
Marriage(s): Spouse: Parker SULLIVAN (AFN: LZQ6-ST)
Marriage: 1 Sep 1802 , Salem, Nj
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Report from Larry Nicodemus -

PARKER SULLIVAN

1. PARKER SULLIVAN b. APR 11 1782, Salem County, New Jersey,1 (son of MR.
EBEZENER SULLIVAN ????? and MARY PARKER ????) occupation farmer,2 m.
SEP 01 1804,3 MARY JOHNS, b. SEP 21 1781, Salem County, New Jersey,4
(daughter of MR. JOHNS and MRS. JOHNS) d. April 02 1864,5 buried Sullivan
Cemetery , Springhills, Ohio.6 PARKER died AUG 28 1852, Champaign County, Ohio,7
buried Sullivan Cemetery , Springhills, Ohio.8 Was living in the 1820 Census in
Champaign County, Ohio in Concord, Page 500. Was in 1840 Ohio Census, Chanpaign
County, Harrison Township P 317. Salt Lake City Temple Record Book 7F page 135 .
The Revolutionary Census of New Jersey in 1774 shows him in Salem, Salem which may
be his father. MARY: Springhills is 9-10 miles NorthWest of Urbana.

Larry Nicodemus
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Argyle Texas 76226

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Husband
Parker Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 11 APR 1782 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: 01 SEP 1802 , Salem, New Jersey
Death: 22 AUG 1852 Champion Co, , , Ohio
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 SEP 1947
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

Father: Ebenezer Sullivan Family
Mother: Mary Parker

Wife
Mary Johns Pedigree
Birth: 21 SEP 1781 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: 01 SEP 1802 , Salem, New Jersey
Death: 02 APR 1864 Champion Co, , , Ohio
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 MAR 1948
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

Children
1. Elias Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 25 JUN 1805 Of, , , New Jersey
Christening:
Death: 15 APR 1872
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 02 FEB 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

2. Anna or Polly Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 15 FEB 1807 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 04 AUG 1836 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 02 FEB 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

3. Joshua Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1809 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

4. Aaron Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 FEB 1811 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 17 MAR 1893 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 15 DEC 1947
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN


5. Rebecca Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: About 1812 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 MAR 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN

6. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male

Birth: 1822 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 07 DEC 1875 <, Champaign, Ohio>
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 19 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 1948
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 15 NOV 1948 LOGAN
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66. Samuel B. Lippincott

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Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT (AFN: 16J6-7H7)
Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: Abt 1798 Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Parents: Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT (AFN: 9KFT-R7) Mother: Elizabeth MORGAN (AFN: 9KFT-WW)
Marriage(s):

Spouse: Rebecca PARKER (AFN: 16J6-7B6)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Rebecca GRAY (AFN: 16J6-7DL)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Sarah CRONE (AFN: 16J6-7G1)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Elizabeth WOOD (AFN: 16J6-7JF)
Marriage: , , , Pa.
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Husband's Name
Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT (AFN:9KFT-R7)
Born: 6 Mar 1762
Place: Shrewsbury, Monmouth, Nj
Died: 16 Sep 1836
Place: Rockport, Allen, Oh
Buried:
Place: Rockport, Allen, Oh
Married: Abt 1788
Place: , Ohio
Father: Samuel LIPPINCOTT (AFN:9KFN-RJ)
Mother: Elizabeth Rice LANE (AFN:9KFT-Q2)

Wife's Name Elizabeth MORGAN (AFN:9KFT-WW)
Born: 1766
Place: <, Monmouth, Nj>
Died: 1849
Place: Rockport, Allen, Oh
Buried:
Place: Rockport C., , Allen Cty, Ohio
Married: Abt 1788
Place: , Ohio
Father:
Mother:

Children
1. Sex M Name Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT (AFN:16J6-7H7)
Born: Abt 1798
Place: , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania

2. Sex M Name William M. LIPPINCOTT (AFN:16J6-36N)
Born: Abt 1800
Place: , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania

3. Sex F Name Jane LIPPINCOTT (AFN:16J6-383)
Born: 1804
Place: , Monmouth, Nj
Died: 1836
Place:

4. Sex M Name John B. LIPPINCOTT (AFN:CN0T-PS)
Born: 1795
Place: , Westmoreland, , Pennsylvania

5. Sex M Name Henry LIPPENCOTT (AFN:LLL9-RW)
Born: 1806 Place: , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania

6. Sex M Name Joseph LIPPINCOTT (AFN:16J6-3BH)
Born: 4 Oct 1801
Place: , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Died: 11 Jan 1842
Place: , Allen Cty, Ohio
Buried:
Place: Perry Chapel Cem, Westminster, , Ohio

7. Sex M Name Morgan LIPPINCOTT (AFN:16J6-755)
Born: 30 May 1789
Place: , Monmouth, Nj
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ID: I30913
Name: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: 6 MAR 1762 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ 1 2
Death: 16 SEP 1836 in Rockport, Allen Co., OH 1 2
Note:

[lippincott.FTW]

[Lippincottmail.FTW]

Had 3 or 4 brothers and sisters.
Descendent of an excellent old English family whose German ancestors' history has been preserved over 200 years. Purchased a tract of government land in 1827 upon which now stands the town of Lima, OH. Native of Pennsylvania. At old age immigrated to Allen Co, OH (First to locate). Some stray notes shows a Samuel Lippincott. b. 1675 d. 1748 m.1700 to Ann Hulet His father-Restore Lippincott b. 1648 d. 1741 m. Hanna Shattock Restore's father is Richard who married Abigail. CHECK IGI IGI shows a Samuel B. Lippincott married Elizabeth Wood(?) on January 10, 1852 in Logan Co, OH. Did he marry a Eliz Wood or Eliz Morgan? Have lots of Lippincotts in OH on IGI sheet in file. Buried in Lima, OH at old age. Emigrated to Allen Co, OH at late age around 1820. (first to locate). Native of PA. Buried in Rockport Cemetery, Allen Co., OH along with Elizabeth Morgan, his wife. We had the following children with Elizabeth Morgan: Samuel; Morgan John William; Joseph; Jane; Henry; Elizabeth Diane Waldner LIPP has the following children which I changed to except I kept Elizabeth who died young. The source books may not have listed her. I do not know where our orig info came from: Samuel; Morgan; John; William M.; Joseph; Jane; Henry (no eliz) McClain on internet ftm on line has his name as Samuel B. Notes from Pat Boren pboren@rand.org -Moved to Ohio in 1820. Buried Rockport Cemetery. Wife Elizabeth MORGAN b. 1766, m. ca. 1788, d. May 1849. Also buried Rockport Cemetery.

Father: Samuel LIPPINCOTT b: 12 OCT 1721 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ
Mother: Elizabeth RICE b: 1740 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ

Marriage 1 Elizabeth M. MORGAN b: ABT. 1766 in North Hampsen, Huntsdon, NJ WFT 1752-1777

Married: ABT. 1787 in Rockport C, Allen Cty, Ohio or NJ 1 2
Note:

[lippincott.FTW]
[Lippincottmail.FTW]
WFT says bm. about 1788 in OH -- we had PA from somewhere.

Children
1. Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1788
2. Morgan LIPPINCOTT b: 30 MAY 1789 in Monmouth, NJ
3. John B. LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1795 in Westmoreland, PA
4. Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1798 in Westmoreland, PA
5. Jane LIPPINCOTT b: 1800 in Westmoreland, PA
6. William H. LIPPINCOTT b: 1801
7. Joseph LIPPINCOTT b: 4 OCT 1803 in Westmoreland, PA
8. Henry LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1806 in Westmoreland, PA

Sources:
1.Title: Lippincottmail.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Sep 29, 1999
2.Title: Zucaro Database
Author: Brenda A. Zucaro
Repository:
Note: zucaro@ticon.net
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Text: Date of Import: Jan 19, 2000

ID: I30916
Name: Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1798 in Westmoreland, PA 1 2
Death: in WFT Est 1829-1888 1 2
Note:
[lippincott.FTW]
[Lippincottmail.FTW]
Book B. Champaign Co. OH marriages #1438
Samuel B.; Lippincott m. Rebecca Gray 28 Feb 1826 by John Gutridge
Found Samuel Lippincott, Allen Co., OH 1830 census, pg 272 Bath Twp. Could be him since Morgan was found same page.

Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT b: 6 MAR 1762 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ
Mother: Elizabeth M. MORGAN b: ABT. 1766 in North Hampsen, Huntsdon, NJ WFT 1752-1777

Marriage 1 Rebecca PARKER b: in WFT 1 Est 1794-1814

Children
1. Ephraim LIPPINCOTT
2. Jane LIPPINCOTT b: 7 NOV 1819 in Champaign Co. OH
Marriage 2 Rebecca GRAY
Married: 26 FEB 1826 in Champaign Co, OH 1 2
Note:
[lippincott.FTW]
[Lippincottmail.FTW]

Source: Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Ut film ID 0295228-0295229.
Marriage 3 Sarah CRONE
Married: 9 JUN 1832 in Champaign Co, OH BookC #2154 by Jeremiah Fuson 1 2
Note:
[lippincott.FTW]
[Lippincottmail.FTW]
source: LDS Family History 0295228-0295229

Marriage 4 Elizabeth WOOD b: 1808 in OH
Married: 10 JAN 1852 in Logan County, OH (IGI) 1 2
Children
1. Andrew Jackson LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1853

Sources:
1.Title: Lippincottmail.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Sep 29, 1999
2.Title: Zucaro Database
Author: Brenda A. Zucaro
Repository:
Note: zucaro@ticon.net
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Text: Date of Import: Jan 19, 2000
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5. AARON SULLIVAN b. FEB 21 1811, Champaign County, Ohio, occupation
Farmer,27 m. JUN 20 1837, in Champaign County, Ohio,28 JANE LIPPINCOTT, b.
NOV 07 1819, Champaign County, Ohio, (daughter of SAMUEL B LIPPINCOTT and
REBECCA PARKER) d. SEP 14 1886, Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa, buried
SEP 15 1886, Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa. AARON died MAR 17 1894,
Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa, buried MAR 20 1894, Greenwood Cemetery,
Masonville, Iowa.

Pa. 667 1878 Delaware County History Book; Coffins Grove twp.

AARON SULLIVAN; Farmer; Sec 28, P.O. Masonville, Ia.

Seven oldest children are also married. All live in Delaware County with the
exception of Andrew J., who lives in the Indian Territory. Mr. Aaron Sullivan's principal
business is stock raising; He votes the Republican ticket; He crossed the Mississippi
River, November 3, 1844 at Lyons Iowa, and in the same year made a permanent
settlement where he now lives; at that time there was but 24 families in Delaware County,
Ia. and but four families in Coffins Grove township.

Manchester, Press of March 22, 1894 Mr. Aaron Sullivan, an old and much
respected citizen of this county, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Jennie Latimer,
in this city, Saturday, March 17, at 5 o'clock p.m., and was buried in the Coffin's Grove
cemetery, near Masonville, Tuesday, the 20th, under the auspices of the church of his
choice. The funeral was largely attended by neighbors and friends. Mr. Sullivan was born
in Champaign county, Ohio, Feb. 21,1811. He was married to Jane Lippincott, June 20,
1837. They moved to Iowa, Nov. 23,1844, and settled in Coffin's Grove township
Delaware county when there were but four families in the township and few in the county.
He was a farmer and stock raiser. He settled on the farm in the western part of Coffins,
grove, where he lived for many years and raised his family, consisting of six boys and three
girls, of whom all survive him but one, the eldest daughter, Mary Wellman. His wife died in
September 1886. In politics he was a republican, a man of strong convictions, and when
he espoused a cause he did it with his whole soul. He was one of the founders of the
Wesleyan Methodist church at Masonville, in the township where he settled, and was a
consistent member and regular attendant at church. His family are pretty well scattered.
The youngest daughter, Jennie Latimer lives in Manchester, with whom he made his home
after his wife died. The second youngest son, Henry F., lives near Masonville and A. R.
lives in Dell Rapids, South Dakota, A. J. lives in southern Kansas at Coffeyville. All those
were present at his funeral services. I. N. and S. P. lives in Idaho, L. M. in California and
Sarah E. Alcock in Louisiana.

1870 Census , Delaware County, Coffins Grove Township, page 031. 1860
Census, Delaware County, Coffins Grove Township, page 248 JANE: Manchester Press
of Sept. 17,1886 Died: Sullivan At Masonville, September l4, l886, Mrs. Jane Sullivan, in
her 67th year. Jane Lippincott Sullivan wife of Aaron Sullivan, of Masonville, died on ;he
morning of the 14th of September, 1886, at the residence of her son-in-law, Oscar
Wellman. The deceased was born November 7, 1819. She leaves a husband and nine
children to mourn her loss. As is well known to many residents of our county, Mr. and
Mrs. Sullivan came to Iowa in 1844, and endured the many privations of a pioneer life,
and as all friends and neighbors can testify who were privileged to be entertained under
their humble, but hospitable roof, there was never a more hearty welcome offered, than
was always ready for their guests. Auntie Sullivan, as she was familiarly known to the
younger generations, had a smile for all she met, and possessed of a very hopeful, cheerful
disposition, and great simplicity of character, wedded to a generous loving heart, it was
always a pleasure to meet her. She led such an unselfish Christian life, that her loss will be
keenly felt, having reared a large family all of whom are living, six sons and three
daughters, many of whom gathered around her couch in her last illness for comfort and
support her, she being the first of the number to be called hence. We as neighbors and
friends, offer to her lone companion our warmest sympathy in his great bereavement, at
the time of life when, more than any other he feels the lack of strength to bear up under
this heavy affliction. May he have the faith ever exercised by his devoted wife, and find
strength to buoy him up till his appointed time comes, when he shall say "I have finished
my course." is the hope of his friends, and may the example of a hopeful, trustful mother,
be a guide and comfort to children left without a mother's love.

Children:

8. i Mary Rebeca Sullivan b. JUL 13 1839.

9. ii Samuel Parker Sullivan b. FEB 15 1841.

10. iii Sarah Ella Sullivan b. JAN 28 1843.

11. iv ANDREW JACKSON SULLIVAN b. APR 10 1845.

12. v Judge Isaac Newton Sullivan b. NOV 03 1848.

13. vi Aaron Rodolphus Sullivan b. MAY 08 1850.

14. vii Jane Amine Sullivan b. FEB 14 1853.

15. viii Henry Franklin Sullivan b. AUG 06 1856.

16. ix Lucius Matlock Sullivan b. DEC 06 1859.

Larry Nicodemus
205 Canyon Oaks
Argyle Texas 76226

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Parker Sullivan of New Jersey and Allied Families a Genealogical enumeration compiled by James Latimer Bothwell October 1946. Contributed by Irene Foster, Genealogical Records Chairman of Eulalona Chapter DAR Eulalona Chapter, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1955 - Oregon Society of Genealogical records committee chairman Mrs. Oscar T. Tinkle - National Chairman, Mrs. Howard P. Arnest

1. Parker Sullivan, born April 11, 1782, probably in Salem County, New Jersey, died August 22, 1852, in Champaign County Ohio, aged 71 years, 2 months and 17 days. He married in Salem County, New Jersey, September 1, 1802 (or 1804), Mary Johns, born September 21, 1781, in New Jersey and died April 2, 1864, in Champaign County, Ohio aged 82, 6 months, and 9 days. They probably went from New Jersey to Champaign County, Ohio, about 1807.

Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio", Volume I, page 372 mentions Parker Sullivan as among the first settlers in the village of Urbana, Ohio.

The Census of 1850 of Champaign County, Ohio, indicates "Parker Sullivan, age 68 born in New Jersey, was a farmer and the value of his property, real estate, was $4000. His wife, Mary, was then 65 years old, born in New Jersey and they had a son, George, age 28 years old, born in Ohio.

Issue: 2 i Elias Sullivan born in New Jersey, June 23, 1805, died in Champaign County, Ohio, April 15, 1872, aged 66 years, 10 months, 13 days, mrried, 1st March 25, 1830, Anna Longfellow, who died in 1832.

i - Mary, died Sept 16, 1831, aged 9 months, 26 days

married 2nd, October 29, 1835, Nancy Wilkson, who died Feb 9, 1887, aged 74 years, 11 months and 11 days.

Note, Probate Court Records of Champaign County, Ohio Show that a marriage of Elias Sullivan to Margaret Hewlings, October 29, 1835, but the Sullivan tombstone inscriptions in Wesley Chapel Cemetary show stones for Anna and Nancy, wives of Elias Sullivan.

3 ii Anna (Polly) born Feb. 15, 1807, died August 4, 1836. aged 29 years, married March 8, 1827, Joseph Longfellow, brother of Anna Longfellow, 1st wife of Elias Sullivan

4 iii Joshua Sullivan, lived in Illinois, who marred March 18, 1834, Sarah Wisman.
78 i James Barney Sullivan
79 i Dan Sullivan
80 ii John Sullivan
81 iii Joshua Sullivan

5iv George Sullivan, born 1822 and died Dec 7, 1875 aged 53 years, 7 months, 13 days, married October 10, 1850, Sarah J. Dearduff, born 1832 and died Feb. 13, 1861, aged 19 years, 4 months, and 9 days.

15 i Francis M. Sullivan, son died April 13, 1854 aged 3 months and 7 days
16ii Infant daughter died Jan. 28, 1860, aged 4 days

married 2nd, Eliza J. Wren, April 18, 1861

i Infant son died May 12, aged 9 days.

The following persons are the heirs of George Sullivan of Harrison Twp., Champaign County, whose estate was administered in 1877. The administrator was appointed, December 20, 1875: Mary Elizabeth Pheneger, wife of Samuel Pheneger, Joshua Sullivan, Charles W. Sullivan, John M. Sullivan, Daniel P. Sullivan, Grant Sullivan, William Sullivan, Oscar Sullivan.

6. Rebecca Sullivan married Sept. 10, 1828. Thomas Cummins.

7. vi Aaron Sullivan, born Champaign Co., Ohio, Feb 21, 1811: died March 17, 1893 at Manchester, Iowa. Aaron Sullivan came to LaSalle County, Illinois, Nov 1, 1835. He crossed the Mississippi river, Nov. 23, 1844, at Lyons, Iowa, and in the same year made permanent settlement at that time on the list of 24 families in Delaware County, Iowa and one of the four families listed in Coffin's Grove Township. He married Jane Lippincott on June 20, 1832; she was born in Champaign County, Ohio, Nov 23, 1844 where he was the fourth settler, having been preceded by Coffin, Baker, and Hiram minkler. Jane Lippincott Sullivan died Sept. 14, 1886 at Masonville Iowa. Brother Sullivan was converted about 1856 and baptised by Reverend Bixby as a Weselyan Methodist, being one of the founders of it. Jane Lippincott had a brother, Jackson Lippincott. Their father was Samual B. Lippincott who came from Pennsylvania. (For more data on Parker and Mary Johns sullivan Family See Appendix I).

Appendix 1 -

More date with reference to Parker and Mary Johns Sullivan

Miss Alice Longfellow, 332 North 10th Ave., Broken Bow, Nebraska wrote the following to the compiler:

"Parker Sullivan and Joseph Hewling (Hueling, Huling) married sisters and in the History of Champaign County, Ohio (1881) I found this article which may be of interest to you "Joseph Hewling, farmer, West Liberty Ohio, born Harrison Township, is the son of Joseph and Margaret Hewling, both natives of New Jersey. Joseph could have entered the Revolutionary War, but was exempt on account of an infirmity, caused by sickness. In 1796 he married Margaret Johns. She was an own cousin of Commodore Perry. Came to Ohio in 1800, located near Cincinnati at Waynesville, moved in 1801 or 1802 to Champaign County, Ohio."

It is doubtful that there is the relationship to Commodore Perry, I wrote to Dr. Edward Cornelius Perry, MD, Avon New York who had done fifty years of genealogical work and he had this to say (letter dated April 14, 1943)

"I have compiled 11 lines of Perrys, and have that of Commodore Perry and his brother Com. M. C. Perry but do not find the names that you mention. Com O. H. Perry was born 1785 and died 1819, married 1811, Elizabeth Champlin Mason. His brother Com. M. C. Perry was born 1794, died 1858, married 1814, Jane Slidell. The children of these two Commodore Perrys were own, or 1st cousins. Com. O.H. Perry had five children, Com. MC Perry had ten children, none of these fifteen children bore names that you give neither do I see such names among the eight children of Captain Christopher R. Perry, father of the two Commodores, nor any of their immediate descendants. I am on the Richard Perry line of Fairfield, Connecticutt 1649. The line of the two Commodores is that of Edward Perry born 1625 of Sandwich, Mass. I have seen authoritative statement that he has no cousins now living in own, or 1st cousin, or descendents."

Parker Sullivan may have come from north of Ireland, and when a young man emigrated to New Jersey. Such is the account in the History of Idaho Chicago Lewis Publishing Co., 1899) page 182 on article on Isaac N. Sullivan. This history also says that he was married in New Jersey and at an early day moved to Ohio, locating in Logan County near Degraff. He had seven children, born in New jersey and Ohio and reared and educated in Ohio. The history is somewhat confused and must be in error as it says that his paternal grandfather Aaron Sullivan did this (Note: The census of 1850 Champaign County Ohio states that Parker Sullivan was born in New Jersey.) And then the context goes on to say that the third of this family was Aaron Sullivan, father of the Judge I N. Sullivan. They probably assumed that the Judge's granfather had the same name as his father, but our data indicates that he was one Parker Sullivan who married Mary Johns, and the records of New Jersey Salem County shows their marriage. It is possible that Parker or his parents came from the North of Ireland, but just who the parents of Parker were I have not been able to determine. Mr. Lewis D. Cook of the Pennsylvania Genealogical Society has done soem work on this for me. He found a Parker Sullivan who married Mary Ann Whittall, in a mortgage dated September 11, 1773, and recorded in Salem County, Book A, p. 72 of mortgages. It shows there that Parker Sullivan and wife Mary and Sarah Whittall Wheaton Conveyed to Joseph Champneys as security for the loan. " all that lot of land that was devised to William Whittall, deceased, by the last will and testament of Eramus Fetters, deceased." It seems that this is the only instance of the name Parker Sullivan in the index books of Salem County, New Jersey; the mortgages began in 1765 and the deeds about 1795.

The Institute of American genealogy in a letter addressed to me and dated May 13, 1942 has this to say on the matter: " In spite of the fact that te Census of 1790 for New Jersey was destroyed by fire, there are many other angles of approach. For instance the Probate records show a Sullivan family resident in Salem County, NJ in 1765. A Matthias Sullivan lived there and his will shows sons John and Matthias. John was born 1762, and Matthias, the son in 1765. We find a Parker family in the same county. We believe work should be concentrated here until all possibilities of Parker Sullivans parentage are exhausted. The marriage records of Parker Sullivan to Mary Johns, Sept. 1, 1804 appears on page 176 of Salem County, NJ Marriage Records. There is also record of a Nehemiah Sullivan who married 1803 Margaret Tracy. Probably Nehemiah and Parker are brothers. Many of the New Jersey pulications contain data on this county.

Private Sullivan Cemetary
The little private cemetary where Parker and Mary Johns Sullivan are buried is on the old Hewling (Huling, Heuling) farm. This farm was divided to the Hewling children at the death of their parents, so Mr. Fry, caretaker of several cemetaries told Miss Alice Longfellow, and she had him fence and clean it and reset the stones which were all down. This Sullivan Cemetary is near the Wesley Methodist Chapel Cemetary which is on land once owned by Elias Sullivan and given to them for that purpose. These cemetaries are near Urbana and West Liberty, Ohio. Mr. George Sullivan, so of George, brother of Elias cared for them at one time.

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Jane Lippincott
Female Family

Event(s):
Birth: 07 NOV 1819 , Champaign, Ohio
Christening:
Death: 14 SEP 1880
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 14 AUG 1947
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 01 MAR 1948 LOGAN

Parents:
Father: Samuel B. Lippincott Family

Marriages:
Spouse: Aaron Sullivan Family
Marriage: 22 JUN 1837

Relative/Proxy: David Dollen Sullivan

Messages:
Record of LDS Church ordinance (living or proxy). The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are arranged by temple, ordinance type, ordinance date, and the relative's name. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband.

Source Information:
Film Number: 0178040
Page Number: 676
Reference number: 14176
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Husband
Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Birth: About 1798 , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Christening:
Marriage: About 1817 , , Pennsylvania
Death: After 1850
Burial:
Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT Family
Mother: Elizabeth MORGAN

Wife
Rebecca PARKER Pedigree
Birth: About 1795 , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: About 1817 , , Pennsylvania
Death: 18 SEP 1824
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 12 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED

Children
1. Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Female
Birth: 1818 , , Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 16 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : CLEARED

2. Jane LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Female
Birth: 1820 , , Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 16 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : CLEARED

3. Unavailable Pedigree
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Husband
Samuel B. Lippincott Pedigree
Birth: 21 JAN 1793 , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Christening:
Marriage: About 1823 Of, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : CLEARED

Wife
Rebecca Parker Pedigree
Birth: About 1797 Of, , Allen, Ohio
Christening:
Marriage: About 1823 Of, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 OCT 2001 MEXIC
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 2002 MEXIC
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : CLEARED

Children
None


67. Rebecca Parker

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Andrew PARKER 1 SmartMatches
Birth: About 1761 in Cumberland Co., PA
Death: After 1805
Sex: M
Father: James PARKER
Mother: Mary Eleanor BOYD
Burial: After 1805
Changed: 29 Sep 2001 11:51
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Margaret WILLIAMS (Wife)
Marriage: 25 Jun 1793 in Cumberland Co., PA 29 Sep 2001 11:51
Children:
1. [Descendants] Rebecca PARKER
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Rebecca PARKER 3 SmartMatches
Birth: 15 Feb 1795
Death: 24 Nov 1824 in Ohio
Sex: F
Father: Andrew PARKER
Mother: Margaret WILLIAMS
Burial: Nov 1824 Greenwood Cem.
Changed: 29 Sep 2001 12:03
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Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT (AFN: 16J6-7H7)
Sex: M
Event(s): Birth: Abt 1798 Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Parents: Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT (AFN: 9KFT-R7) Mother: Elizabeth MORGAN (AFN: 9KFT-WW)
Marriage(s):

Spouse: Rebecca PARKER (AFN: 16J6-7B6)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Rebecca GRAY (AFN: 16J6-7DL)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Sarah CRONE (AFN: 16J6-7G1)
Marriage: , , , Pa.

Spouse: Elizabeth WOOD (AFN: 16J6-7JF)
Marriage: , , , Pa.
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Taken from Ancestry.com on January 13, 2002 -

ID: I30947
Name: Rebecca PARKER 1 2
Sex: F
Birth: in WFT 1 Est 1794-1814 1 2
Death: in WFT Est 1829-1898 1 2

Marriage 1 Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1798 in Westmoreland, PA

Children

1. Ephraim LIPPINCOTT
2. Jane LIPPINCOTT b: 7 NOV 1819 in Champaign Co. OH


Sources:

1.Title: Lippincottmail.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Sep 29, 1999
2.Title: Zucaro Database
Author: Brenda A. Zucaro
Repository:
Note: zucaro@ticon.net
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Text: Date of Import: Jan 19, 2000

ID: I30916
Name: Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1798 in Westmoreland, PA 1 2
Death: in WFT Est 1829-1888 1 2
Note:

[lippincott.FTW]

[Lippincottmail.FTW]

Book B. Champaign Co. OH marriages #1438
Samuel B.; Lippincott m. Rebecca Gray 28 Feb 1826 by John Gutridge
Found Samuel Lippincott, Allen Co., OH 1830 census, pg 272 Bath Twp. Could be him since Morgan was found same page.

Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT b: 6 MAR 1762 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ
Mother: Elizabeth M. MORGAN b: ABT. 1766 in North Hampsen, Huntsdon, NJ WFT 1752-1777

Marriage 1 Rebecca PARKER b: in WFT 1 Est 1794-1814

Children

1. Ephraim LIPPINCOTT
2. Jane LIPPINCOTT b: 7 NOV 1819 in Champaign Co. OH


Marriage 2 Rebecca GRAY

Married: 26 FEB 1826 in Champaign Co, OH 1 2
Note:

[lippincott.FTW]

[Lippincottmail.FTW]

Source: Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Ut film ID 0295228-0295229.


Marriage 3 Sarah CRONE

Married: 9 JUN 1832 in Champaign Co, OH BookC #2154 by Jeremiah Fuson 1 2
Note:

[lippincott.FTW]

[Lippincottmail.FTW]

source: LDS Family History 0295228-0295229


Marriage 4 Elizabeth WOOD b: 1808 in OH

Married: 10 JAN 1852 in Logan County, OH (IGI) 1 2

Children

1. Andrew Jackson LIPPINCOTT b: ABT. 1853


Sources:

1.Title: Lippincottmail.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Sep 29, 1999
2.Title: Zucaro Database
Author: Brenda A. Zucaro
Repository:
Note: zucaro@ticon.net
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Text: Date of Import: Jan 19, 2000

5. AARON SULLIVAN b. FEB 21 1811, Champaign County, Ohio, occupation
Farmer,27 m. JUN 20 1837, in Champaign County, Ohio,28 JANE LIPPINCOTT, b.
NOV 07 1819, Champaign County, Ohio, (daughter of SAMUEL B LIPPINCOTT and
REBECCA PARKER) d. SEP 14 1886, Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa, buried
SEP 15 1886, Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa. AARON died MAR 17 1894,
Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa, buried MAR 20 1894, Greenwood Cemetery,
Masonville, Iowa.

Pa. 667 1878 Delaware County History Book; Coffins Grove twp.

AARON SULLIVAN; Farmer; Sec 28, P.O. Masonville, Ia.

Seven oldest children are also married. All live in Delaware County with the
exception of Andrew J., who lives in the Indian Territory. Mr. Aaron Sullivan's principal
business is stock raising; He votes the Republican ticket; He crossed the Mississippi
River, November 3, 1844 at Lyons Iowa, and in the same year made a permanent
settlement where he now lives; at that time there was but 24 families in Delaware County,
Ia. and but four families in Coffins Grove township.

Manchester, Press of March 22, 1894 Mr. Aaron Sullivan, an old and much
respected citizen of this county, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Jennie Latimer,
in this city, Saturday, March 17, at 5 o'clock p.m., and was buried in the Coffin's Grove
cemetery, near Masonville, Tuesday, the 20th, under the auspices of the church of his
choice. The funeral was largely attended by neighbors and friends. Mr. Sullivan was born
in Champaign county, Ohio, Feb. 21,1811. He was married to Jane Lippincott, June 20,
1837. They moved to Iowa, Nov. 23,1844, and settled in Coffin's Grove township
Delaware county when there were but four families in the township and few in the county.
He was a farmer and stock raiser. He settled on the farm in the western part of Coffins,
grove, where he lived for many years and raised his family, consisting of six boys and three
girls, of whom all survive him but one, the eldest daughter, Mary Wellman. His wife died in
September 1886. In politics he was a republican, a man of strong convictions, and when
he espoused a cause he did it with his whole soul. He was one of the founders of the
Wesleyan Methodist church at Masonville, in the township where he settled, and was a
consistent member and regular attendant at church. His family are pretty well scattered.
The youngest daughter, Jennie Latimer lives in Manchester, with whom he made his home
after his wife died. The second youngest son, Henry F., lives near Masonville and A. R.
lives in Dell Rapids, South Dakota, A. J. lives in southern Kansas at Coffeyville. All those
were present at his funeral services. I. N. and S. P. lives in Idaho, L. M. in California and
Sarah E. Alcock in Louisiana.

1870 Census , Delaware County, Coffins Grove Township, page 031. 1860
Census, Delaware County, Coffins Grove Township, page 248 JANE: Manchester Press
of Sept. 17,1886 Died: Sullivan At Masonville, September l4, l886, Mrs. Jane Sullivan, in
her 67th year. Jane Lippincott Sullivan wife of Aaron Sullivan, of Masonville, died on ;he
morning of the 14th of September, 1886, at the residence of her son-in-law, Oscar
Wellman. The deceased was born November 7, 1819. She leaves a husband and nine
children to mourn her loss. As is well known to many residents of our county, Mr. and
Mrs. Sullivan came to Iowa in 1844, and endured the many privations of a pioneer life,
and as all friends and neighbors can testify who were privileged to be entertained under
their humble, but hospitable roof, there was never a more hearty welcome offered, than
was always ready for their guests. Auntie Sullivan, as she was familiarly known to the
younger generations, had a smile for all she met, and possessed of a very hopeful, cheerful
disposition, and great simplicity of character, wedded to a generous loving heart, it was
always a pleasure to meet her. She led such an unselfish Christian life, that her loss will be
keenly felt, having reared a large family all of whom are living, six sons and three
daughters, many of whom gathered around her couch in her last illness for comfort and
support her, she being the first of the number to be called hence. We as neighbors and
friends, offer to her lone companion our warmest sympathy in his great bereavement, at
the time of life when, more than any other he feels the lack of strength to bear up under
this heavy affliction. May he have the faith ever exercised by his devoted wife, and find
strength to buoy him up till his appointed time comes, when he shall say "I have finished
my course." is the hope of his friends, and may the example of a hopeful, trustful mother,
be a guide and comfort to children left without a mother's love.

Children:

8. i Mary Rebeca Sullivan b. JUL 13 1839.

9. ii Samuel Parker Sullivan b. FEB 15 1841.

10. iii Sarah Ella Sullivan b. JAN 28 1843.

11. iv ANDREW JACKSON SULLIVAN b. APR 10 1845.

12. v Judge Isaac Newton Sullivan b. NOV 03 1848.

13. vi Aaron Rodolphus Sullivan b. MAY 08 1850.

14. vii Jane Amine Sullivan b. FEB 14 1853.

15. viii Henry Franklin Sullivan b. AUG 06 1856.

16. ix Lucius Matlock Sullivan b. DEC 06 1859.

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Husband
Samuel B. LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Birth: About 1798 , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Christening:
Marriage: About 1817 , , Pennsylvania
Death: After 1850
Burial:
Father: Samuel Rice LIPPINCOTT Family
Mother: Elizabeth MORGAN

Wife
Rebecca PARKER Pedigree
Birth: About 1795 , , New Jersey
Christening:
Marriage: About 1817 , , Pennsylvania
Death: 18 SEP 1824
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 12 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED

Children
1. Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Female
Birth: 1818 , , Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 16 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : CLEARED

2. Jane LIPPINCOTT Pedigree
Female
Birth: 1820 , , Ohio
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 16 OCT 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : CLEARED
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : CLEARED

3. Unavailable Pedigree
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Husband
Samuel B. Lippincott Pedigree
Birth: 21 JAN 1793 , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Christening:
Marriage: About 1823 Of, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : CLEARED

Wife
Rebecca Parker Pedigree
Birth: About 1797 Of, , Allen, Ohio
Christening:
Marriage: About 1823 Of, Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 OCT 2001 MEXIC
[Endowment: Completed] : 19 JAN 2002 MEXIC
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : CLEARED

Children
None


68. Nathan (Alverado) Walton

Received on August 19th from Robert Boehm Rathbun, PO BOX 1741, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 42102, e-mail - Rathcrest@aol.com

Generation No. 2

2. Nathan A. Walton, born February 26, 1788 in Middletown Springs, Rutland, Vermont; died October 22, 1853 in Whitney County, Indiana. He married 3. Sarah Rathbun November 15, 1808.
3. Sarah Rathbun, born May 18, 1791 in Duanesburg, New York; died January 18, 1845 in Whitney County, Indiana. She was the daughter of 6. Joseph Rathbun and 7. Olive Pearson.

More About Nathan Walton and Sarah Rathbun:
Marriage: November 15, 1808

Children of Nathan Walton and Sarah Rathbun are:
1 i. Pearson Rathburn Walton, born November 07, 1809 in Ohio; died April 07, 1893 in Wescott, Custer, Nebraska; married Prudence Hodges December 20, 1837 in Whitney County, Indiana.
ii. Amanda Walton, born Abt. 1813.
iii. Joseph Rathbun Walton, born May 28, 1814 in Ontario County, New York; died February 23, 1911 in Utica, Seward, Nebraska.
iv. Maria W. Walton, born April 03, 1816 in Indianapolia, Indiana; died February 1898 in Iowa.
v. Nancy Walton, born May 18, 1817 in Wooster, Ohio; died February 20, 1865; married Unknown March 20, 1848.

More About Unknown and Nancy Walton:
Marriage: March 20, 1848

vi. Julia A. Walton, born November 1818 in Indianapolia, Indiana; died in Fort Collins, Colorado.
vii. Mary Walton, born September 07, 1819 in Wayne County, Ohio; died June 18, 1855; married Unknown October 17, 1839.

More About Unknown and Mary Walton:
Marriage: October 17, 1839

viii. Joel Walton, born September 22, 1821 in Wayne County, Ohio; died May 08, 1842 in Wayne County, Ohio.
ix. Harlow Alverado Walton, born April 24, 1823 in Cleveland, Ohio; died in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Taken from lds.org - IGI record:

Nathan A WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah RATHBUN
Marriage: 15 Nov 1808
Of, Vermont


NATHAN A WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: SARAH RATHBUN
Marriage: 15 Nov 1808
Hartford, Ontario, Wayne, New York

Nathan Alverado WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah RATHBUN
Marriage: Abt. 1817
Of, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Gene Pool Records on Ancestry.com on August 19th -

Joseph R Walton
Birth: 28 May 1814-- , Ontario Co, NY
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Joseph R Walton
Birth: 28 May 1814-- , Ontario, NY
Death: 23 February 1911 -- Utica Village, Seward, NE
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan A Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Julia A Walton
Birth: November 1818-- , Indianapolis, IN
Death: -- Ft Collins, CO
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan A Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Maria M Walton
Birth: 3 April 1816-- , Indianapolis, IN
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Pierson Walton
Birth: 1809-- , Rutland, VT
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun


Message from Ancestry.com on August 19th -

Person is the son of Nathan A. Walton, a native of Middletown Springs, Rutland County, Vermont and Sarah Rathbun, a native of Duanesburg, New York. I will gladly give you your Rathbun lineage back to English. Please contact me directly at my email address. Rob Rathcrest@aol.com


Taken from Ancestry.com on August 12th -
Might be an interesting lead for parents for Pierson (Persons) Rathbourne Walton -

Pierson Walton Birth: 1809-- , Rutland, VT Death: -- Spouse: Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Nathan Walton View Image Online™
State: VT Year: 1790 County: Rutland Image: 0188 Township: Middletown Roll: M637_12
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Date: 9/8/02 12:47:33 PM
Subject: walton, alverado, hoyt

Hello--I found your entry while researching my husband's family. We have a Susan Maria Walton married to Joseph Place Hoyt; then William Alverado Hoyt, my husband's great grandfather. The Alverado is hard to pin down. Do we fit with any of yours?? I didn't find Susan's name on your list, but have hopes anyway. Thank you for your time. Sybil Slate
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Date: 9/13/02 8:10:07 PM
Subject: walton-alverado

Hello--I found your entry on rootsweb while researching my husband's family. We have a Susan Maria Walton married to Joseph Place Hoyt. Their sone, William Alverado Hoyt, is my husband's great grandfather. We are interested in the use of Alverado as middle name for Harlow, Nathan and William It is looking less like a coincidence as I delve deeper. Thank you for your help. Sybil Slate
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Husband
Nathan Walton Pedigree
Birth: About 1847 , , New York
Christening:
Marriage: About 1811 , , New York
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN

Wife
Sarah Rathbone Pedigree
Birth: 18 MAY 1791 , , New York
Christening:
Marriage: About 1811 , , New York
Death: 10 NOV 1849
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN

Children
1. Amanda Walton Pedigree
Female
Birth: About 1812 , , New York
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 20 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 20 NOV 2001 OGDEN

2. Pearson R. Walton Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1814 , , New York
Christening:
Death: 1893
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 04 DEC 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 05 DEC 2001 OGDEN
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NATHAN A WALTON
Male

Event(s):
Birth: 26 FEB 1788 , , Connecticut
Christening:
Death: 22 OCT 1853
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 25 AUG 1999 IFALL
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 17 DEC 1999 IFALL
[Seal To Parent: Completed] Sealing to Parents: 21 DEC 1999 IFALL
NATHAN WALTON / EUNICE GATES

Parents:
Father: NATHAN WALTON Family
Mother: EUNICE GATES

Messages:
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NATHAN A WALTON
Male Family

Event(s):
Birth: 26 FEB 1788 , , Connecticut
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] Sealing to Spouse: 19 NOV 1997 IFALL
SARAH RATHBUN

Marriages:
Spouse: SARAH RATHBUN Family
Marriage:
15 NOV 1808 Of, , , Vermont

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Husband
NATHAN A WALTON Pedigree
Birth: 26 FEB 1788 , , Connecticut
Christening:
Marriage: 15 NOV 1808 Of, , , Vermont
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 NOV 1997 IFALL

Wife
SARAH RATHBUN Pedigree

Birth: 18 MAY 1791 Duanesburgh, Schenectady, New York
Christening:
Marriage: 15 NOV 1808 Of, , , Vermont
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 NOV 1997 IFALL

Children
None
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69. Sarah or Sallie Rathbun

Conflicting death dates: 10 Nov 1849 or January 18, 1845 for Sarah Rathbun

Received on August 19th from Robert Boehm Rathbun, PO BOX 1741, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 42102, e-mail - Rathcrest@aol.com

Generation No. 3

6. Joseph Rathbun, born January 28, 1763 in Exeter, Washington, Rhode Island; died September 28, 1854 in Conneaut, Ashtabula, Ohio. He was the son of 12. Jonathan Rathbun and 13. Susannah Barber. He married 7. Olive Pearson July 23, 1787 in Dutch Refored Church, Duanesburg, Schenectady, New Yokr.
7. Olive Pearson, born September 23, 1774 in Hartford, Connecticut; died September 17, 1851 in Monroe, Ohio. She was the daughter of 14. Ephraim Pearson and 15. Hannah Barrett.

Notes for Joseph Rathbun:

He lived first in Schoharie, New York and then by 1790 in Duanesburg, New York. In 1800 they were in Hartford, New York and 1810 in Caledonia, New York. By 1817 he had moved to Newburg, Ohio. by 1830, he had moved to Monroe, Ohio. He enlisted May 20, 1780 in Captain Burbank's Company of Col. Sprout's Massachusetts Regiment and served at Fishkill, West Point, and King's Ferry, New York and at Tappan and Totaway, New Jersey. He was discharged December 5, 1780 at West Point, New York . He was pensioned in 1833.

More About Joseph Rathbun:
Biography # 1: January 1983, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 3 # 1 Page 13
Federal Census 1790: Duanesburg, New York
Federal Census 1800: Ontario County, New York 382:8
Federal Census 1810: Caledonia, New York
Federal Census 1820: Cuyahoga County, Ohio 040
Federal Census 1850: Ashtabula County, Ohio

More About Joseph Rathbun and Olive Pearson:
Church: Dutch Reformed Church, Schoharie, New York
Marriage: July 23, 1787, Dutch Refored Church, Duanesburg, Schenectady, New Yokr

Children of Joseph Rathbun and Olive Pearson are:
i. Electra Rathbun, born April 17, 1789 in Duanesburg, New York; died November 21, 1851 in Buffalo, Erie, New York; married Isaac Clark 1811.

More About Isaac Clark and Electra Rathbun:
Marriage: 1811

3 ii. Sarah Rathbun, born May 18, 1791 in Duanesburg, New York; died January 18, 1845 in Whitney County, Indiana; married Nathan A. Walton November 15, 1808.
iii. Pearson Rathbun, born March 08, 1793 in Duanesburg, New York; died August 24, 1843 in Ashtabula County, Ohio; married Laura Stewart March 09, 1817 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; born 1797; died 1849 in Ashtabula County, Ohio.

Notes for Pearson Rathbun:

He was a farmer having a farm of 200 acres on the Ohio Canal in Newburg. He had to sell out due to financial insolvency. He served in the War of 1812 in Sgt. Ephraim Judd's Company in an New York Regiment. He had signed receipts in the George Stewart estate.


More About Pearson Rathbun:
Biography # 1: July 1986, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 6 # 3 Page 44
Federal Census 1820: Cuyahoga County, Ohio 040
Federal Census 1830: Cuyahoga County, Ohio 112
Will: Common Pleas, Probate Docket A, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

More About Laura Stewart:
Genealogy: May 1963, Stewart Clan Magazine Volume 40 #11 Page 287

More About Pearson Rathbun and Laura Stewart:
Marriage: March 09, 1817, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

iv. Erastus Rathbun, born June 23, 1795 in Duanesburg, New York; died May 24, 1876 in Newburg, Ohio; married Sallie Lillie 1815 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; born September 25, 1799 in Vermont; died June 16, 1863 in Monroe, Ohio.

Notes for Erastus Rathbun:

He served in the War of 1812 enlisting in the New York Militia but took sick and never served on active duty. He was a miller.


More About Erastus Rathbun:
Biography # 1: July 1986, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 6 # 3 Page 44
Federal Census 1820: Cuyahoga County, Ohio 040
Federal Census 1850: Monroe, Ohio
Federal Census 1860: Ashtubula County, Ohio

More About Erastus Rathbun and Sallie Lillie:
Marriage: 1815, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

v. Milton Rathbun, born June 06, 1797 in Hartford, Ontario County, New York; died August 14, 1822 in Newburg, Ohio; married Laura Aiken January 22, 1818 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; born 1799; died August 08, 1882 in Newburg, Ohio.

Notes for Milton Rathbun:

He served in the War of 1812 under Captain Chauncey Bills in Col. Jedediah Crosby's New York Regiment. He was overcome by natural gas poisoning while cleaning a 20 foot well and died.


More About Milton Rathbun:
Biography # 1: July 1986, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 6 # 3 Page 44
Death Information: January 1985, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 5 # 1 Page 9
Federal Census 1820: Cuyahoga County, Ohio 040

More About Milton Rathbun and Laura Aiken:
Marriage: January 22, 1818, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

vi. Jesse Rathbun, born June 06, 1799 in Hartland, New York; died September 1799 in Hartland, New York.
vii. Susannah Rathbun, born July 04, 1800 in Hartland, Ontario, New York; died April 21, 1869 in Clinton, Iowa; married (1) Thomas Collins November 26, 1815 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; born Abt. 1795 in England; died 1835 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; married (2) Ambrose Lockwood Abt. 1835; born September 12, 1798; died March 12, 1848.

More About Thomas Collins and Susannah Rathbun:
Marriage: November 26, 1815, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

viii. Pamelia Rathbun, born August 04, 1802 in Hartland, Ontario, New York; died November 26, 1843; married (1) Robert Harper; married (2) Jedediah Luther Burgess April 13, 1817 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; died April 26, 1843 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
ix. Harriett Rathbun, born May 01, 1804 in Caledonia, Genesee County, New York; died September 15, 1888 in Clinton, Iowa; married Jared D. Atkins June 08, 1824 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

More About Jared Atkins and Harriett Rathbun:
Marriage: June 08, 1824, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

x. Charlotte Eliza Rathbun, born July 15, 1806 in Caledonia, Genesee County, New York; died January 16, 1847 in Hillsdale, Michigan; married Henry George Hubbell December 20, 1825 in Ashtabula County, Ohio; born July 09, 1807 in Middlebury, Vermont; died August 25, 1870 in Hillsdale, Michigan.

More About Henry Hubbell and Charlotte Rathbun:
Marriage: December 20, 1825, Ashtabula County, Ohio

xi. Calista Rathbun, born June 01, 1808 in Caledonia, Genesee County, New York; died August 19, 1881 in Amboy, Ohio; married (1) John Spears August 17, 1831 in Ashtabula County, Ohio; married (2) Harvey Cole February 10, 1840 in Jefferson County, Ohio.

Notes for John Spears:

They were divorced.


More About John Spears and Calista Rathbun:
Marriage: August 17, 1831, Ashtabula County, Ohio

xii. Polly Mulvaina Rathbun, born May 19, 1810 in Caledonia, Genesee County, New York; died May 12, 1878 in Clinton, Iowa; married (1) Joseph Lillie February 12, 1829 in Conneaut, Ashtabula, Ohio; born July 30, 1806 in Rutland, Vermont; died June 19, 1835 in Conneaunt, Ashtabula, Ohio; married (2) Thomas Allar March 09, 1837 in Conneaut, Ashtabula, Ohio; born February 22, 1804 in Syracuse, New York; died June 20, 1889 in Clinton, Iowa.

More About Joseph Lillie and Polly Rathbun:
Marriage: February 12, 1829, Conneaut, Ashtabula, Ohio

xiii. Joseph Rathbun, born March 10, 1813 in Caledonia, Genesee, New York; died October 02, 1858 in Elk, Delaware, Iowa; married Sarah Olivia Brown March 28, 1836 in Kingsville, Ohio; born June 13, 1817 in Kingsville, Ohio; died April 03, 1899 in Branch County, Michigan.

Notes for Joseph Rathbun:

He lived in Ashtabula County, Ohio and Elk, Iowa.


More About Joseph Rathbun:
Bible: Bible Record from Bible of Charles and Deborah (Allar) Brown in possession of Alma Mandrake of Ashtabula, Ohio (2001)
Biography # 1: July 1986, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian Vol. 6 # 3 Page 45-46
Burial: Plum Springs, Iowa
Federal Census 1850: Monroe, Ohio

More About Sarah Olivia Brown:
Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Sherwood, Michigan
Federal Census 1860: Kingsville, Ohio
Federal Census 1870: Fork, Mecosta, Michigan
Federal Census 1880: Branch County, Michigan

More About Joseph Rathbun and Sarah Brown:
Marriage: March 28, 1836, Kingsville, Ohio

Received on August 19th from Robert Boehm Rathbun, PO BOX 1741, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 42102, e-mail - Rathcrest@aol.com

Generation No. 2

2. Nathan A. Walton, born February 26, 1788 in Middletown Springs, Rutland, Vermont; died October 22, 1853 in Whitney County, Indiana. He married 3. Sarah Rathbun November 15, 1808.
3. Sarah Rathbun, born May 18, 1791 in Duanesburg, New York; died January 18, 1845 in Whitney County, Indiana. She was the daughter of 6. Joseph Rathbun and 7. Olive Pearson.

More About Nathan Walton and Sarah Rathbun:
Marriage: November 15, 1808

Children of Nathan Walton and Sarah Rathbun are:
1 i. Pearson Rathburn Walton, born November 07, 1809 in Ohio; died April 07, 1893 in Wescott, Custer, Nebraska; married Prudence Hodges December 20, 1837 in Whitney County, Indiana.
ii. Amanda Walton, born Abt. 1813.
iii. Joseph Rathbun Walton, born May 28, 1814 in Ontario County, New York; died February 23, 1911 in Utica, Seward, Nebraska.
iv. Maria W. Walton, born April 03, 1816 in Indianapolia, Indiana; died February 1898 in Iowa.
v. Nancy Walton, born May 18, 1817 in Wooster, Ohio; died February 20, 1865; married Unknown March 20, 1848.

More About Unknown and Nancy Walton:
Marriage: March 20, 1848

vi. Julia A. Walton, born November 1818 in Indianapolia, Indiana; died in Fort Collins, Colorado.
vii. Mary Walton, born September 07, 1819 in Wayne County, Ohio; died June 18, 1855; married Unknown October 17, 1839.

More About Unknown and Mary Walton:
Marriage: October 17, 1839

viii. Joel Walton, born September 22, 1821 in Wayne County, Ohio; died May 08, 1842 in Wayne County, Ohio.
ix. Harlow Alverado Walton, born April 24, 1823 in Cleveland, Ohio; died in Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Birthdate taken from Personal Ancestral File - PSTL-W3

Taken from lds.org - IGI record:

Nathan A WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah RATHBUN
Marriage: 15 Nov 1808
Of, Vermont

NATHAN A WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: SARAH RATHBUN
Marriage: 15 Nov 1808
Hartford, Ontario, Wayne, New York

Nathan Alverado WALTON
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Sarah RATHBUN
Marriage: Abt. 1817
Of, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Gene Pool Records on Ancestry.com on August 19th -

Joseph R Walton
Birth: 28 May 1814-- , Ontario Co, NY
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Joseph R Walton
Birth: 28 May 1814-- , Ontario, NY
Death: 23 February 1911 -- Utica Village, Seward, NE
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan A Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Julia A Walton
Birth: November 1818-- , Indianapolis, IN
Death: -- Ft Collins, CO
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan A Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Maria M Walton
Birth: 3 April 1816-- , Indianapolis, IN
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Pierson Walton
Birth: 1809-- , Rutland, VT
Death: --
Spouse:
Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun

Message from Ancestry.com on August 19th -

Person is the son of Nathan A. Walton, a native of Middletown Springs, Rutland County, Vermont and Sarah Rathbun, a native of Duanesburg, New York. I will gladly give you your Rathbun lineage back to English. Please contact me directly at my email address. Rob Rathcrest@aol.com

Taken from Ancestry.com on August 12th -
Might be an interesting lead for parents for Pierson (Persons) Rathbourne Walton -

Pierson Walton Birth: 1809-- , Rutland, VT Death: -- Spouse: Parents: Nathan Walton, Sarah Rathbun
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Husband
Nathan Walton Pedigree
Birth: About 1847 , , New York
Christening:
Marriage: About 1811 , , New York
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN

Wife
Sarah Rathbone Pedigree
Birth: 18 MAY 1791 , , New York
Christening:
Marriage: About 1811 , , New York
Death: 10 NOV 1849
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN

Children
1. Amanda Walton Pedigree
Female
Birth: About 1812 , , New York
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 10 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 20 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 20 NOV 2001 OGDEN

2. Pearson R. Walton Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1814 , , New York
Christening:
Death: 1893
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 02 NOV 2001 OGDEN
[Endowment: Completed] : 04 DEC 2001 OGDEN
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 05 DEC 2001 OGDEN


70. John Hodges

Taken from IGI on February 12, 2002 -

Prudence Mahala HODGES
Sex: F
Event(s): Birth: 22 Nov 1811 Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York
Parents: Father: John HODGES Mother: Mahala
Source Information:
Film Number:
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PRUDENCE MAHALA HODGES
Female

Event(s):
Birth: 22 NOV 1811 Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York
Christening:
Death: 08 MAR 1872
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 12 APR 1997 BOUNT
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 03 SEP 1997 BOUNT
[Seal To Parent: Completed] Sealing to Parents: 16 OCT 1997 BOUNT
JOHN HODGES / MAHALA

Parents:
Father: JOHN HODGES Family
Mother: MAHALA

Messages:
Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church to request LDS temple ordinances. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.

Source Information:
No source information is available.
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Husband
JOHN HODGES Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
MAHALA Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. PRUDENCE MAHALA HODGES Pedigree
Female
Birth: 22 NOV 1811 Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York
Christening:
Death: 08 MAR 1872
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 12 APR 1997 BOUNT
[Endowment: Completed] : 03 SEP 1997 BOUNT
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 16 OCT 1997 BOUNT
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71. Mahala

Taken from IGI on February 12, 2002 -

Prudence Mahala HODGES
Sex: F
Event(s): Birth: 22 Nov 1811 Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York
Parents: Father: John HODGES Mother: Mahala
Source Information:
Film Number:
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PRUDENCE MAHALA HODGES
Female

Event(s):
Birth: 22 NOV 1811 Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York
Christening:
Death: 08 MAR 1872
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 12 APR 1997 BOUNT
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 03 SEP 1997 BOUNT
[Seal To Parent: Completed] Sealing to Parents: 16 OCT 1997 BOUNT
JOHN HODGES / MAHALA

Parents:
Father: JOHN HODGES Family
Mother: MAHALA

Messages:
Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church to request LDS temple ordinances. No additional information is available. Ancestral File may list the same family and the submitter.

Source Information:
No source information is available.
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72. Edmund or Edmond H. Owens

* Title: Marriage Records -- Denton, Caroline County, Maryland
* Title: 141815.ged
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Nov 24, 2000
* Title: U. S. Census 1820 Delaware
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Marriage Licenses of Caroline County, Marriage Licenses, 1774-1815, Page 62
Edmond H. Owens found in:
Genealogical Records: Maryland Settlers & Soldiers, 1700s-1800s
Listed in: Marriage Licenses of Caroline County
Page number: 62

22 Sep Edmund H. Owens and Margretta Turner
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Taken from Ancestry.com on May 10, 2002 -

Submitter:Gwen CascioSubject:Edmund Owens, Caroline C
Individual:
[141815.ged]

ORDINANCES:
Bapt.:3 Jan 1922 Manti Proxy End. #24614 film #170453
Instance of Walter Turner Barney
27 Nov 1937 TIB Logan #16630 bk. Y-2 pg. 551 (Edmond)
25 Mar. 1933 FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patr on Eva J.
End.:13 Sep 1924 MT Proxy Sealings St.George Bk.1 film #17060 3 #21441
13 Aug 1924 MT Manti Proxy End. film #170453 patron W.T . Barney
21 Dec 1937 TIB Logan #16630 book Y-2 pg. 551 (Edmond)
19 May 1933 FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patro n Eva J.
Sealed to Wife: IGI #A170603 5217 (film #170603)
(Edmund & Margaret Tur)(Family tradition erroneously use d "Tur")
28 Oct 1924 SG Proxy Sealings film #170603 Bk. 1
FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patron Eva Jorgen sen
(Edmond Owens & Margaret Tur)--Should be Margaret Turner -- See marriage record below.

1880 census Robert Owens L.A. California
!Census Records: 1810 Delaware Sussex County
lists William Owens as head of house age over 45 years with
1 white female also over 45 years and 1 free white male ag e 10-15
(we assume this son, age 10-15 is Edmund who appears on the
1820 census at age 16-26 with his wife and 2 sons.)

MARRIED:Marriage Licenses 1774-1825 FHL bk. 975.2 / AL / #23 by Clark
Edmund H. Owens & Margaret Turner 22 Sep 1815 Denton,
Caroline County, Maryland

Census Records: 1820 Delaware Sussex County Northwest Fork Hundred
Edmond Owens Head of Family 2 Free white males age 16 -26 1 free white female age 16-26 2 free white males under 10 yrs No Township listed.

LAND: 1826 Apr. 11 Caroline, Maryland-Jesse & Zipporah Turner of Kent, Del.
and John & Jane Rathel, Edmund & Margaret Owens & Mary C hugum of
Caroline, Maryland grantors.
1827 10 Apr. Caroline, Maryland Edmond & wife Margaret of Caroline
County, Maryland dau. of George Turner - sale of all lands
belonging to George before his death.

1829 Chancery Docket of Caroline County [with annotations]FHL 975.231 R28h "Edmond Owen and Margaret his wife [of Ohio] ...John Rathal and wife Jane... Jesse Turner, Hester Pratt Turner... [Reference is made to weill of 1810 of William S. Turner... Mother Milcah Turner, brothe r Jesse, sister Jane Manlove, sister Margaret Turner... 1829.

Census Records: 1830 Ohio Pickaway County (Wayne Township)
Edmond Owens Head of Family 1 Free white male age 30- 40
1 Free white female age 30-40 2 Free white males age s 10-15
2 Free white females under age 5

CHILDREN: FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patron Eva Jorgensen
FGS 1924-1950 FHL film #261423 (patron not shown) shows 6 children only 4 names known plus the half brother. (Family tradition says that Robert Owens had a half-brother named George Beaver.)

Death:Edmund must have died shortly after the 1830 Census because there is a record of Margaret Owens being married to Joseph Beavers March 8, 1831. FHL Film # 31746 4 Book 3 Pg. 4o, MarylandMessage:Hello Robin,
I do not know of any Owens family in Ann Arundel Co. Maryland but I am researching them in Caroline Co. MD.
We are trying to find information on Edmund H Owens and Margaret Turner married 22 Sep 1815 in Denton, Caroline County, MD. We believe their children to be William b: abt 1816, Robert b: 10 July 1818, Margaret b: abt 1825, Elizabeth b: abt 1827
We want to find the parents of Edmund Owens. I have found Margaret Turner's. Would love to talk with you. Thanks, Gwen
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Taken from Ancestry.com on May 10, 2002 --

Submitter:joseph l owensSubject:elizabeth owensMessage:mabemthis will help. edmund h. owens and his wife margarit turner . married 22 sep. 1815 caroline co md. william,robert *, elizabeth, born about 1820 and margagit. this familey moved to wayne township picaway co ohio about 1826 I found them in the 1830 ohio cencis.
could this be the elizabeth you are loking for.mabe we can help each other further.
sincerley
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A Polygamist Family - Robert Owens

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This biography has been compiled by Barbara (Brumble) Stoddard from the stories by Rose Eva (Owens) Jorgensen; research by Lyle Owens and other Edgley & Owens Family Organization members; land records; census records; church records; Temple records; Vital records; and information on his mission from the Historical Department of the LDS Church. - This is not to be given to companies who sell the information for profit.

On the tenth of July 1818, Robert Owens was born in Dover, Kent County, Delaware. His parents were Margaret Turner and Edmund H. Owens. Robert’s brother and sisters were William, Margaret and Elizabeth. The family resided in Caroline County, Maryland near Margaret’s family. Margaret and Edmund inherited property there in January 1808 from her father when he died.

In 1826 and 1827 Edmund and Margaret sold their property and in 1828, when Robert was ten the family moved to Wayne Township, Pickaway County, Ohio. Robert’s father died just a couple of years later. A stepbrother, George, joined the family when Margaret remarried.

Information sent by Merla Becker - obtained from Barbara Brumble Stoddard - on 3/31/2001:

Descendants of John H. Owens

(As of March 30, 2001)

(This was compiled by Merla L. Becker with the assistance of my mother and many aunts and cousins, as shown in the end notes, along with years of research. It is probably inevitable that in entering all of this information that I may have made a type O. If you note anything please let me know.
I request that the personal information on living individuals not be made assessable on the net or web pages.)

Generation No. 8

9. EDMUND H.8 OWENS (WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, JOHN H.1)9 was born Abt. 1794 in Prob Sussex County, Delaware9, and died 1830 in . He married MARGARET (TUR) TURNER10,11 September 22, 1815 in Caroline, Maryland12, daughter of GEORGE TURNER and MILCAH SMITH. She was born 1792 in Caroline County, Maryland13.

Notes for MARGARET (TUR) TURNER:
Her maiden name was shown as Tur on Cecil Miles records, and in The Morman Battalion.

More About MARGARET (TUR) TURNER:
Misc.: "Tur" was the "mistaken" traditional family name14

More About EDMUND OWENS and MARGARET TURNER:
Marriage: September 22, 1815, Caroline, Maryland15

Children of EDMUND OWENS and MARGARET TURNER are:
i. WILLIAM9 OWENS16, b. Abt. 1816.
10. ii. ROBERT OWENS, b. July 10, 1818, Dover, Kent Co., Delaware; d. November 9, 1883, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
iii. MARGARET OWENS17, b. Abt. 1820.
iv. ELIZABETH OWENS18, b. Abt. 1824.
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Husband's Name
Robert OWENS (AFN:2FJ9-F3) Pedigree
Born: 10 Jul 1818 Place:
Died: 9 Nov 1883 Place: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Buried: Nov 1883 Place: California
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: Edmund OWENS (AFN:2LVV-W7) Family
Mother: Margaret TUR (AFN:2LVV-XD)

Wife's Name
Catherine Ann WILLIAMS (AFN:1QFQ-VD) Pedigree
Born: 11 Dec 1819 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 6 May 1886 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 8 May 1886 Place: Ut
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: William WILLIAMS (AFN:BFD3-88) Family
Mother: Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F)

Children
1. Sex Name
M Brigham OWENS (AFN:1QFR-D4) Pedigree
Born: 1853 Place: Salt Lake City, Sl-Lk, Ut
2. Sex Name
F Isabelle (Isabel) OWENS (AFN:1QFR-78) Pedigree
Born: 8 Feb 1842 Place: Shawnee, Galiton, Il
Died: WINTER QUARTERS Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
3. Sex Name
M Nephi OWENS (AFN:1QFR-8F) Pedigree
Born: 24 Mar 1844 Place: , Mccrack., Ky
4. Sex Name
F Mary Elizabeth OWENS (AFN:1QFR-9L) Pedigree
Born: 29 Jul 1846 Place: Iowa Territory, , Mo
Died: 1846 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
5. Sex Name
F Sarah OWENS (AFN:1QFQ-PJ) Pedigree
Born: 31 Jul 1848 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah
Died: 29 Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 1 Apr 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
6. Sex Name
F Josephine OWENS (AFN:1QFR-63) Pedigree
Born: 7 Aug 1840 Place: Witt, Montgom., Il
Died: Q. WINTER 1845 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
7. Sex Name
M Jerome OWENS (AFN:1QFR-5W) Pedigree
Born: 25 Sep 1838 Place: Anderson, Madison, In
Died: 2 May 1902 Place: Eureka, Humboldt, Ca
8. Sex Name
M Robert OWENS (AFN:1QFR-BR) Pedigree
Born: 26 Nov 1850 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake City, Ut
Died: 29 Mar 1865 Place:
9. Sex Name
M George Williams OWENS (AFN:1QFR-CX) Pedigree
Born: 13 Dec 1852 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Died: 6 Mar 1931 Place: Weiser, , Id
Buried: Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache Co., Ut
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Husband
Edmond Owens Pedigree
Birth: About 1794 Dover, , Kent, Maryland
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 21 DEC 1937
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 JAN 1938 LOGAN

Wife
Margaret Tur Pedigree
Birth: 1798 Dover, , Kent, Maryland
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 JUN 1937
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 JAN 1938 LOGAN

Children
None
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Edmond Owens
Male Family

Event(s):
Birth: About 1794 Of Dover, , Kent, Maryland
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 27 NOV 1937 LOGAN

Marriages:
Spouse: Unavailable Family

Relative/Proxy:
Robert Owens
Donald J. Anderson

Messages:
Record of LDS Church ordinance (living or proxy). The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are arranged by temple, ordinance type, ordinance date, and the relative's name. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband.

Source Information:
Film Number: 177930
Page Number: 95
Reference number: 3616


73. Margaret or Margretta Tur or Turner


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Individual:
[141815.ged]

ORDINANCES:
Bapt.:3 Jan 1922 Manti Proxy End. #24614 film #170453
Instance of Walter Turner Barney
27 Nov 1937 TIB Logan #16630 bk. Y-2 pg. 551 (Edmond)
25 Mar. 1933 FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patr on Eva J.
End.:13 Sep 1924 MT Proxy Sealings St.George Bk.1 film #17060 3 #21441
13 Aug 1924 MT Manti Proxy End. film #170453 patron W.T . Barney
21 Dec 1937 TIB Logan #16630 book Y-2 pg. 551 (Edmond)
19 May 1933 FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patro n Eva J.
Sealed to Wife: IGI #A170603 5217 (film #170603)
(Edmund & Margaret Tur)(Family tradition erroneously use d "Tur")
28 Oct 1924 SG Proxy Sealings film #170603 Bk. 1
FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patron Eva Jorgen sen
(Edmond Owens & Margaret Tur)--Should be Margaret Turner -- See marriage record below.

1880 census Robert Owens L.A. California
!Census Records: 1810 Delaware Sussex County
lists William Owens as head of house age over 45 years with
1 white female also over 45 years and 1 free white male ag e 10-15
(we assume this son, age 10-15 is Edmund who appears on the
1820 census at age 16-26 with his wife and 2 sons.)

MARRIED:Marriage Licenses 1774-1825 FHL bk. 975.2 / AL / #23 by Clark
Edmund H. Owens & Margaret Turner 22 Sep 1815 Denton,
Caroline County, Maryland

Census Records: 1820 Delaware Sussex County Northwest Fork Hundred
Edmond Owens Head of Family 2 Free white males age 16 -26 1 free white female age 16-26 2 free white males under 10 yrs No Township listed.

LAND: 1826 Apr. 11 Caroline, Maryland-Jesse & Zipporah Turner of Kent, Del.
and John & Jane Rathel, Edmund & Margaret Owens & Mary C hugum of
Caroline, Maryland grantors.
1827 10 Apr. Caroline, Maryland Edmond & wife Margaret of Caroline
County, Maryland dau. of George Turner - sale of all lands
belonging to George before his death.

1829 Chancery Docket of Caroline County [with annotations]FHL 975.231 R28h "Edmond Owen and Margaret his wife [of Ohio] ...John Rathal and wife Jane... Jesse Turner, Hester Pratt Turner... [Reference is made to weill of 1810 of William S. Turner... Mother Milcah Turner, brothe r Jesse, sister Jane Manlove, sister Margaret Turner... 1829.

Census Records: 1830 Ohio Pickaway County (Wayne Township)
Edmond Owens Head of Family 1 Free white male age 30- 40
1 Free white female age 30-40 2 Free white males age s 10-15
2 Free white females under age 5

CHILDREN: FGS filmed 1966 Olsen- FHL film #510808 patron Eva Jorgensen
FGS 1924-1950 FHL film #261423 (patron not shown) shows 6 children only 4 names known plus the half brother. (Family tradition says that Robert Owens had a half-brother named George Beaver.)

Death:Edmund must have died shortly after the 1830 Census because there is a record of Margaret Owens being married to Joseph Beavers March 8, 1831. FHL Film # 31746 4 Book 3 Pg. 4
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Marriage Licenses of Caroline County, Marriage Licenses, 1774-1815, Page 62
Edmond H. Owens found in:
Genealogical Records: Maryland Settlers & Soldiers, 1700s-1800s
Listed in: Marriage Licenses of Caroline County
Page number: 62

22 Sep Edmund H. Owens and Margretta Turner
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Husband's Name
Robert OWENS (AFN:2FJ9-F3) Pedigree
Born: 10 Jul 1818 Place:
Died: 9 Nov 1883 Place: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Buried: Nov 1883 Place: California
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: Edmund OWENS (AFN:2LVV-W7) Family
Mother: Margaret TUR (AFN:2LVV-XD)

Wife's Name
Catherine Ann WILLIAMS (AFN:1QFQ-VD) Pedigree
Born: 11 Dec 1819 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 6 May 1886 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 8 May 1886 Place: Ut
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: William WILLIAMS (AFN:BFD3-88) Family
Mother: Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F)

Children
1. Sex Name
M Brigham OWENS (AFN:1QFR-D4) Pedigree
Born: 1853 Place: Salt Lake City, Sl-Lk, Ut
2. Sex Name
F Isabelle (Isabel) OWENS (AFN:1QFR-78) Pedigree
Born: 8 Feb 1842 Place: Shawnee, Galiton, Il
Died: WINTER QUARTERS Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
3. Sex Name
M Nephi OWENS (AFN:1QFR-8F) Pedigree
Born: 24 Mar 1844 Place: , Mccrack., Ky
4. Sex Name
F Mary Elizabeth OWENS (AFN:1QFR-9L) Pedigree
Born: 29 Jul 1846 Place: Iowa Territory, , Mo
Died: 1846 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
5. Sex Name
F Sarah OWENS (AFN:1QFQ-PJ) Pedigree
Born: 31 Jul 1848 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah
Died: 29 Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 1 Apr 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
6. Sex Name
F Josephine OWENS (AFN:1QFR-63) Pedigree
Born: 7 Aug 1840 Place: Witt, Montgom., Il
Died: Q. WINTER 1845 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
7. Sex Name
M Jerome OWENS (AFN:1QFR-5W) Pedigree
Born: 25 Sep 1838 Place: Anderson, Madison, In
Died: 2 May 1902 Place: Eureka, Humboldt, Ca
8. Sex Name
M Robert OWENS (AFN:1QFR-BR) Pedigree
Born: 26 Nov 1850 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake City, Ut
Died: 29 Mar 1865 Place:
9. Sex Name
M George Williams OWENS (AFN:1QFR-CX) Pedigree
Born: 13 Dec 1852 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Died: 6 Mar 1931 Place: Weiser, , Id
Buried: Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache Co., Ut
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For the Building of the Kingdom
A Polygamist Family - Robert Owens

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
This biography has been compiled by Barbara (Brumble) Stoddard from the stories by Rose Eva (Owens) Jorgensen; research by Lyle Owens and other Edgley & Owens Family Organization members; land records; census records; church records; Temple records; Vital records; and information on his mission from the Historical Department of the LDS Church. - This is not to be given to companies who sell the information for profit.

Information sent by Merla Becker - obtained from Barbara Brumble Stoddard - on 3/31/2001:

Descendants of John H. Owens

(As of March 30, 2001)

(This was compiled by Merla L. Becker with the assistance of my mother and many aunts and cousins, as shown in the end notes, along with years of research. It is probably inevitable that in entering all of this information that I may have made a type O. If you note anything please let me know.
I request that the personal information on living individuals not be made assessable on the net or web pages.)

Generation No. 8

9. EDMUND H.8 OWENS (WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, JOHN H.1)9 was born Abt. 1794 in Prob Sussex County, Delaware9, and died 1830 in . He married MARGARET (TUR) TURNER10,11 September 22, 1815 in Caroline, Maryland12, daughter of GEORGE TURNER and MILCAH SMITH. She was born 1792 in Caroline County, Maryland13.

Notes for MARGARET (TUR) TURNER:
Her maiden name was shown as Tur on Cecil Miles records, and in The Morman Battalion.

More About MARGARET (TUR) TURNER:
Misc.: "Tur" was the "mistaken" traditional family name14

More About EDMUND OWENS and MARGARET TURNER:
Marriage: September 22, 1815, Caroline, Maryland15

Children of EDMUND OWENS and MARGARET TURNER are:
i. WILLIAM9 OWENS16, b. Abt. 1816.
10. ii. ROBERT OWENS, b. July 10, 1818, Dover, Kent Co., Delaware; d. November 9, 1883, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
iii. MARGARET OWENS17, b. Abt. 1820.
iv. ELIZABETH OWENS18, b. Abt. 1824.

This biography has been compiled by Barbara (Brumble) Stoddard
from the stories by Rose Eva (Owens) Jorgensen; research by Lyle
and Robert Owens and other Edgley & Owens Family Organization
members; land records; probate records; census records; church
records; court records; Temple records; Vital Records; and
information on his mission from the Historical Department of the
LDS Church.

TIME LINE

1816 ca: William born [brother of Robert]

1818 July 10: Robert Owens born in Dover, Kent, Delaware, s/o
Edmund H. & Margaret Turner

Edmund & family resided in Caroline County, Maryland

1820 Ca: Margaret born [sister of Robert]

1823 March 7: Martha Allen born in Somerset, Pluaski, Kentucky,
d/o Rial Allen & Margaret Evins

1824 ca: Elizabeth born [sister of Robert]

1828 Robert's parents & family moved to Wayne Twp., Pickaway,
Ohio

1830 ca: Edmund died

1831 March 8: Margaret Turner married Joseph Beavers in Pickaway
Co.

1832 ca: George Washington Beaver born in Pickaway Co.
[half-brother of Robert]

1837 Robert & Catherine Ann Williams married in Franklin Co.,
Ohio

1838: Martha joined the church

1838 September 25, Jerome born [Catherine] in Anderson, Indiana

1840 August 7: Josephine born [Catherine]

1842 February 8: Isabelle born [Catherine] in Shawneetown,
Gallatin, Illinois

1844 March 24: Nephi born [Catherine] in McCracken Co., Kentucky

1844 September 21: Robert & Catherine baptized

1845 spring: to Nauvoo, Illinois

1846 February 7: endowed Nauvoo Temple

1846 June 6: Martha received patriarchal Blessing from John
Smith at Winter Quarters

1846 June 26: enlisted in Mormon Battalion at Mt. Pisgah

1846 July 29: Mary Elizabeth born [Catherine] in Charcrik, Iowa
Terr.

1846 Isabelle died in Winter Quarters [Catherine]

1846 November: Josephine died in Winter Quarters [Catherine]

1846 December 7: Catherine received patriarchal blessing from
John Smith

1847 Mary Elizabeth died in Cager, Iowa [Catherine]

1848 July 16: Robert mustared out in San Diego, California

1847 September: Martha with brother Andrew Jackson Allen,
arrived in Great Salt Lake Valley

in the A.O. Smoot Company

1847 October 4: arrived in the Great Salt Lake Valley with
Daniel M. Thomas Company

1847 October 16: Robert arrived in the Great Salt Lake Valley

1848 spring: Robert & Catherine settled in Big Cottonwood

1848 July 31: Sarah born [Catherine] in Big Cottonwood

1849 April 9: Robert received patriarchal blessing from John
Smith

1850 June: Census Iron County - Robert and both families together

1850 March 7: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah Robert sealed to
Catherine & married Martha Allen

1850 November 26: Robert born [Catherine] in Big Cottonwood

1850 December 20: Margaret born [Martha] in West Jordan, Utah
(part blind)

1851 August 27: Robert & Martha to Parowan, Iron Co. with the
Captain Shirts Company

1852 February 26: Mary Ann born [Martha] in Parawon, Utah

1852 August 28: Robert called to Hindustan in the Australaisan
Mission

1852 December 12: George Brigham Williams born [Catherine] in
Big Cottonwood

1853 February 6: William (blind) born [Martha] in Big Cottonwood

1853 December 20: Mary Ann died in house fire [Martha]

1855 September: Robert arrived in California from mission

Robert & Martha to San Bernadino, Catherine remained in Utah

1856 ca: Catherine married Dave Graham in Utah and had two
children: Addie & William

1858 November 10: Joseph (blind) & Rial born along the Mohave
River, Kern, California [Martha]

1860 May: Robert returned from California and found Catherine
married and just had 2nd child

1860 June: Martha & children in San Bernadino, Robert in Los
Angeles, Catherine in Utah

1863 February 8: Sarah married to Joseph Smith in Salt Lake City
[Catherine]

1863 October 10: Martha married William Marshall II

1865 February 8: Robert (Jr.) died [Catherine]

1865: Catherine to Smithfield

1865 September 26: Martha's father Rial Allen died in Missouri
she inherited $250

1870 June 27: Margaret married to James Burnett Clark in Salt
Lake City [Martha]

1873 April 14: Margaret married William Marshall, II in Salt
Lake City (plural wife) [Martha]

1874 July 12 : Martha received (2) patriarchal blessing from
Abel Lamb in Parowan

1879 April 10: Joseph married Sarah Elizabeth Butterworth in
Salt Lake City [Martha]

1885 April 22: Rial married Lena Lasanie Mortensen in St.George,
Utah [Martha]

1886 May 6: Catherine died in Smithfield

1887 December 21: Margaret died in Beaver, Utah [Martha]

1888 September 26: William married to Mary Ann Edgley in Logan,
Utah

1892 April 27: Joseph married (2) Elizabeth Ellis [Martha]

1894 February William Marshall II died, Martha went to
Smithfield to live with son William

1897 July 4: Martha died in Smithfield

1898 ca: Jerome died in California [Catherine]

1923 July 17: William died in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho [Martha]

1923 November 14: Rial died in Westwood. Lassen, California
[Martha]

1931 March 6: George Williams died in Weiser, Idaho

1931 March 24: Sarah died in Smithfield, Utah [Catherine]

1943 March 16: Joseph died [Martha]
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Husband
Edmond Owens Pedigree
Birth: About 1794 Dover, , Kent, Maryland
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 21 DEC 1937
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 JAN 1938 LOGAN

Wife
Margaret Tur Pedigree
Birth: 1798 Dover, , Kent, Maryland
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 30 JUN 1937
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 19 JAN 1938 LOGAN

Children
None
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Margaret Turner
Female

Event(s):
Birth: About 1790 , , Maryland
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Seal To Parent: Completed] Sealing to Parents: 30 SEP 1999 MANTI
George Turner / Milcah Smith

Parents:
Father: George Turner Family
Mother: Milcah Smith

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Husband
Mr. Beaver Pedigree
Birth: About 1785 Of Of, , , Usa
Christening:
Marriage: About 1820 , , Maryland
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 29 OCT 1999 MANTI
[Endowment: Completed] : 17 MAY 2000 MANTI
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 18 NOV 1999 MANTI

Wife
Margaret Turner Pedigree
Birth: About 1790 , , Maryland
Christening:
Marriage: About 1820 , , Maryland
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 18 NOV 1999 MANTI

Children
1. George F. Beaver Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1821 Of, , , Usa
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 14 OCT 1999 MANTI


74. William Williams

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Husband's Name
Robert OWENS (AFN:2FJ9-F3) Pedigree
Born: 10 Jul 1818 Place:
Died: 9 Nov 1883 Place: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Buried: Nov 1883 Place: California
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: Edmund OWENS (AFN:2LVV-W7) Family
Mother: Margaret TUR (AFN:2LVV-XD)

Wife's Name
Catherine Ann WILLIAMS (AFN:1QFQ-VD) Pedigree
Born: 11 Dec 1819 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 6 May 1886 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 8 May 1886 Place: Ut
Married: 1837 Place: Franlen, Oh
Father: William WILLIAMS (AFN:BFD3-88) Family
Mother: Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F)

Children
1. Sex Name
M Brigham OWENS (AFN:1QFR-D4) Pedigree
Born: 1853 Place: Salt Lake City, Sl-Lk, Ut
2. Sex Name
F Isabelle (Isabel) OWENS (AFN:1QFR-78) Pedigree
Born: 8 Feb 1842 Place: Shawnee, Galiton, Il
Died: WINTER QUARTERS Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
3. Sex Name
M Nephi OWENS (AFN:1QFR-8F) Pedigree
Born: 24 Mar 1844 Place: , Mccrack., Ky
4. Sex Name
F Mary Elizabeth OWENS (AFN:1QFR-9L) Pedigree
Born: 29 Jul 1846 Place: Iowa Territory, , Mo
Died: 1846 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
5. Sex Name
F Sarah OWENS (AFN:1QFQ-PJ) Pedigree
Born: 31 Jul 1848 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah
Died: 29 Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 1 Apr 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
6. Sex Name
F Josephine OWENS (AFN:1QFR-63) Pedigree
Born: 7 Aug 1840 Place: Witt, Montgom., Il
Died: Q. WINTER 1845 Place: Winter Quarters, Douglas, Ne
7. Sex Name
M Jerome OWENS (AFN:1QFR-5W) Pedigree
Born: 25 Sep 1838 Place: Anderson, Madison, In
Died: 2 May 1902 Place: Eureka, Humboldt, Ca
8. Sex Name
M Robert OWENS (AFN:1QFR-BR) Pedigree
Born: 26 Nov 1850 Place: Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake City, Ut
Died: 29 Mar 1865 Place:
9. Sex Name
M George Williams OWENS (AFN:1QFR-CX) Pedigree
Born: 13 Dec 1852 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Died: 6 Mar 1931 Place: Weiser, , Id
Buried: Mar 1931 Place: Smithfield, Cache Co., Ut
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Husband's Name
William WILLIAMS (AFN:BFD3-88) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1794 Place:
Father:
Mother:

Wife's Name
Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F) Pedigree
Born: 1802 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 1819 Place:
Father: Samuel RUFFNER (AFN:SMQB-CN) Family
Mother: Catharine Ann DAGUES (AFN:ZV5X-S9)

Children
1. Sex Name
F Catherine Ann WILLIAMS (AFN:1QFQ-VD) Pedigree
Born: 11 Dec 1819 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 6 May 1886 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 8 May 1886 Place: Ut
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Husband
William Williams Pedigree
Birth: About 1794 Saltworks, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JUL 1936
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 23 SEP 1936 LOGAN

Wife
Esther Ruffner Pedigree
Birth: 1802 Saltworks, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 1820
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 10 JAN 1935
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 23 SEP 1936 LOGAN


75. Esther Ruffner

From:
To:
Date: 3/24/03 5:49:56 PM
Subject: Esther Ruffner

Angie,
your post to the Ruffner List was forwarded to me. I am not sure if your Catherine Ann is the same as ours. I am descended from Frederick and Anna Maria Dague.

Also, according to Merla L. Becker, Beckerjoc@aol.com, Esther Ruffner died May 6, 1836.

Also, Anna Marie Beysler died October 28,1813 according to her stone.

You may be interested in knowing the Dagues are planning on a reunion at the Fairgrounds in Moundsville, WV August 8, 9 10 to celebrate 250 years since Frederick's arrival in America. If you are not subscribed, you may wish to subscribe to the DEEG surname list or digest.

My web site: http://hometown.aol.com/waltjeanp/home.htm
Walt Peterman
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From: Barbara Stoddard
To: Merla Becker ; Angie Sullivan
Date: 3/24/03 1:29:53 AM
Subject: Good job

Dear Angie & Merla,
You make a good team. Angie, your last couple of mailings have been impressive. There are three comments I wanted to make for your consideration:

Catherine and Robert's youngest son George is George Brigham Owens. As a child he was called Brigham as seen in the 1860 and 1870 census records. As an adult he went by William/s. I recall a story but I do not remember who told it to me, that Brigham Young blessed George and gave him his name; then when Catherine had a falling-out with President Young, George went by William. I have not checked the early membership records to see if the blessing story is true but Robert and Catherine were said to have been friends with the prophet - at least they knew him.

Esther Ruffner's death date is 6 May 1836, I believe. She died 7 years after Grandma Catherine Dague who died when Catherine was 8 years old. I know this blows the family tradition that Esther died soon after Catherine's birth. I believe the story of Grandma retrieving the orphaned Catherine and transporting her by mule has come down from a couple of Dague ancestral stories. I have seem this same thing happen on two of my other lines. The story attached to an ancestor actually happened two or more generations earlier. The stories had also changed over the years of telling them.

According to Rial Owens' death certificate, he died 4 Nov 1922. In the newspaper I found the story of his death in a lumberyard bunkhouse fire. The article also confirmed this date.

You have given me so much information that I hope this helps you some in return.
Love, Barbara
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Wife's Name
Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F) Pedigree
Born: 1802 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 1819 Place:
Father: Samuel RUFFNER (AFN:SMQB-CN) Family
Mother: Catharine Ann DAGUES (AFN:ZV5X-S9)

Children
1. Sex Name
F Catherine Ann WILLIAMS (AFN:1QFQ-VD) Pedigree
Born: 11 Dec 1819 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 6 May 1886 Place: Smithfield, Cache, Utah
Buried: 8 May 1886 Place: Ut
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Birth: 1802
Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
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Mother: Catharine Ann DAGUES (AFN: ZV5X-S9)
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Spouse: William WILLIAMS (AFN: BFD3-88) Family
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Samuel RUFFNER (AFN:SMQB-CN) Pedigree
Born: 26 Oct 1773 Place: Shenandoah Val., Virginia
Father: Joseph RUFFNER (AFN:NTW5-RT) Family
Mother: Anne HEISTANAD (AFN:FVW5-0P)

Wife's Name
Catharine Ann DAGUES (AFN:ZV5X-S9) Pedigree
Born: Abt. 1777 Place:
Father:
Mother:

Children
1. Sex Name
F Esther RUFFENER (AFN:BFD3-9F) Pedigree
Born: 1802 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, Virginia
Died: 1819 Place:
2. Sex Name
M Elias RUFFNER (AFN:1J3S-9M7) Pedigree
Born: 1807 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, West Virginia
3. Sex Name
M Joseph RUFFNER (AFN:1J3S-9NF) Pedigree
Born: 1809 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, West Virginia
4. Sex Name
M Angus Daggs RUFFNER (AFN:1J3S-9PM) Pedigree
Born: 1811 Place: Salt Works, Kanawha, West Virginia
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Husband
William Williams Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 1818 , Kanawha, Virginia
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : CLEARED

Wife
Esther Ruffner Pedigree

Birth: About 1802 , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage: 1818 , Kanawha, Virginia
Death:
Burial:
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Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Esther Ruffner Pedigree
Birth: 1802 Salt Works, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 1820
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 22 DEC 1934
[Endowment: Completed] : 10 JAN 1935 LOGAN

Father: Samuel Ruffner Family
Mother: Catharine Ann Daggs
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Husband
William Williams Pedigree
Birth: About 1794 Saltworks, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JUL 1936
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 23 SEP 1936 LOGAN

Wife
Esther Ruffner Pedigree
Birth: 1802 Saltworks, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 1820
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 10 JAN 1935
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 23 SEP 1936 LOGAN
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ESTHER RUFFNER
Female

Event(s):
Birth: 1802 Salt Works, , Kanawha, West Virginia
Christening:
Death: 1820
Burial:

LDS Ordinances:
[Baptism: Completed] Baptism: 22 DEC 1934
[Endowment: Completed] Endowment: 10 JAN 1935 LOGAN
[Seal To Parent: Completed] Sealing to Parents: 26 FEB 1982 SWISS
SAMUEL RUFFNER / CATHERINE ANN DAGGS

Parents:
Father: SAMUEL RUFFNER Family
Mother: CATHERINE ANN DAGGS

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76. William Campbell

History of Northeast Missouri Pgs 1268-70

Governor Campbell was married November 7, 1866, in Bowling Green to Miss Margaret Blain, a daughter of William W. and Ann M. (Turner) Blain. Mr. Blain was formerly a planter of Albemarle county Virginia, and came to Missouri in one of its early settlers. Governor and Mrs. Campbell had two children, Malcolm henry of St. Louis who is a conductor on the Iron Mountain Railway, and who has had two children James E. and Ruth Gladys, by his wife who was Miss Ella Robinson before her marriage; Ida, who married William T. Chamberlain and died on the farm near Bowling Green march 30, 1910, without issue. The whole family attends the Presbyterian Church.

Governor Campbell's family came originally from Scotland, settling in the country while Americans were still subjects of Great Britain. With the breaking out of the Revolutionary War, Alexander Campbell enlisted in the Continental army, becoming colonel of the Virginia regiment. He fought in the battles of Kings Mountain, Guilford Courthouse, and Cowponies, and was always among the leaders in courage and daring. He died during the progress of the struggle and in 1785, his widow brought the family out of Kentucky. She died there but not before she had seen her children become prominent and respected citizens of the State.

One of the sons, Alexander Campbell, studied medicine and practiced his profession in Harrison county during the closing years of the eighteenth century. In 1800, he served in the Kentucky House of Representatives, and three years later moved to Ripley, Ohio. In 1806, he was elected a member of the Ohio House of Representatives, and in 1810 was chosen United States Senator to succeed Senator Tiffin. He served until March 1913.

The several daughters in the family married young men of the pioneer families of Harrison County among who was one Stevenson, a grand ancestor of Vice President Stevenson of Illinois.

Of one son, Robert his history has been lost and the third son William, founded the Missouri branch of the family from which Governor Campbell, the subject of the sketch sprung. He was married in Kentucky to Jane Gouge, a native of Virginia and of Scotch ancestry. Several years after he had buried his mother in Cynthiana, Kentucky. William Campbell, he immigrated to Missouri with his slaves, and settled near Bowling Green. He pursued the life of a successful planter until his death in 1846, which was followed soon after that of his wife.

Their children were William Nelson who died in Mexico, Missouri, and whose family subsequently moved to Oregon; Elizabeth, who married James Orr and raised her family in Pike County; Rev. James W., the father of Governor Campbell; Joana who married Isaac Orr of Pike County, and died leaving several children; Sallie who died in Pike County as Mrs. Natha Swift, and left two children, John F. and Jane; Judge John G. who was judge of the county court, and who died in 1853, leaving three sons James W. who was probate Judge of Pike County died December 1872. Henry C. who died in 1876 while serving as county clerk of Pike county, and Dr. Campbell of Bowling Green; Caroline M. who married John Kincaid and moved to Austin Texas, but who after her husband's death in 1838, returned with her family to Missouri and died a Mrs. Samuel Saxe; Jane who died in Pike County as Mrs. Alexander S. Jackson leaving two sons and a daughter, who moved to Texas where they still reside; Sophronia, who married John I Jackson and reared her family in McLennan county, Texas, where they died; and Dr. Alexander Campbell, who went to Texas as a young man and died there recently in Ennis. John F Swift, the son of Sallie Campbell, went to California in 1852, in the company with his Uncle James W. and Governor Campbell, going overland with mule teams. Meeting with success both in his finances and in his profession as lawyer, he soon became a prominent man in the state. At one time he was elected a member of the state legislature by the Republican Party, and was at one tiem a candidate for governor. While Harrison was president of the United States he ws made a member of the commission of three -- Denby, Angell, and Swift to consider the subject of the Chinese Exclusion and to report finding, and negotiated a treaty of exclusion of Chinese emigrants. Later President Harrison made him our ambassador to Japan where he died in office. Aside from his political talent, Mr. Swift was a man of literary genius, as asserted by Bret Harte, who declared that of the three humorous writers: Twain, Miller, and Swift, the last was the greatest genius. He wrote two books "Going to Jericho" and "Robert Greathouse" the plot of the latter is laid in the mining regions of California.

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To: angiesullivan@earthlink.net
Date: 9/20/02 10:33:21 PM
Subjects: Campbells
Dear Angie: Did you receive the email O.K., I had sent it to your other email address. First I want to apologize for being so slow to give you what I have on Elizabeth. Just because I am looking for more, doesn't mean that I can't give you what I have. Arlene (bobkat) found A Wm. Campbell family in census records, that meets the criteria of our Elizabeth's family - Mother Mary and younger brother Benjamin. Also found a web page of a descendant of Benjamin, Dee Dee. She and I have been going over everything, discussing the probabilities. We both believe that this is the correct family. I am going to insert The Descendant Report of James Campbell, that I put together from the one that I got from Dee Dee. He would be the Great Grandfather of Elizabeth. I am going to send (by mail) you copies of census records, land purchases, the Bio of Robert A. Campbell, the nephew of Elizabeth's father William N. (Nelson) Campbell. On page one it shows James Campbell (no place of birth) as his Great Grandfather, However, I found on page 6 that it shows Alexander Campbell (from Scotland) as the Great Grandfather. Both of these ancestors are shown to have fought in the same battles etc. during the revolutionary war. (possible that both are correct =James Alexander/ Alexander James who knows. That is something to researh more. Also sending you the front page of the filing of wm. Campbell's Will, by his son-in-law, John Gregg. It shows the date of the filing and lists his heirs (Heirs of Henrietta Gregg, Wm. L. Campbell, Elizabeth Ann Campbell, Benjamin Campbell). Dated Feb. 21, 1861. Elizabeth's mother, Mary, is not shown so she must have preceeded Wm. in death, sometime after July 14th 1860, when the census was taken and prior to Feb 21, 1861, as did Wm. Campbell. I am not sending the other pages of the filing, as it only shows the list of misc personal items & property that was sold to settle the estate and who bought them. (ie. a barrel for .45) I do not have a final distribution of the will. The census records (1830) shows Wm in Pike Co, as does the 1840 census. This places the family in Pike County where Elizabeth was born. They do not list names but in comparing them the number of children and age range for that time frame fits the family found on the 1850 census. I believe the ages on Elizabeth and Benjamin are in error on the 1850 census. But wrong ages on census is not uncommon, depends on who gave them the information. The 1860 census shows their ages more fitting to what we have for Elizabeth -17(Birth date would have been 1843). The 1850 census shows Wm. M. Campbell and the 1860 shows Wm N. The M. on the 1850 census I believe is a probable misunderstanding by census taker & should have been N. Benjamin's descendant has N. (Nelson). This blows the story of her being adopted at age 7 (according to Mamie's letter) by Gen Sterling Price. I have never been able to connect her to Price, even with the help of a Missouri State Historical Library Researcher (census records etc.). It is possible I suppose that after her parents death, during the Civil War that she may of been taken in as a ward by a confederate general, but who? She did apparently go west with her Campbell family, as Wm L., her brother, was in Salt Lake City at the same time as Elizabeth. His wife had twins there the same year that Elizabeth had Margarette (1865). I have some other things that Dee Dee sent, but they are obits on some of Elizabeth's siblings, and all of that information is in the Descendant Report that I am including with this email. I hope that I generally covered everything. Let me know your mailing address so I can send the copies for you.Your Cousin, Merla
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77. Jane Gouge

History of Northeast Missouri Pgs 1268-70

Governor Campbell was married November 7, 1866, in Bowling Green to Miss Margaret Blain, a daughter of William W. and Ann M. (Turner) Blain. Mr. Blain was formerly a planter of Albemarle county Virginia, and came to Missouri in one of its early settlers. Governor and Mrs. Campbell had two children, Malcolm henry of St. Louis who is a conductor on the Iron Mountain Railway, and who has had two children James E. and Ruth Gladys, by his wife who was Miss Ella Robinson before her marriage; Ida, who married William T. Chamberlain and died on the farm near Bowling Green march 30, 1910, without issue. The whole family attends the Presbyterian Church.

Governor Campbell's family came originally from Scotland, settling in the country while Americans were still subjects of Great Britain. With the breaking out of the Revolutionary War, Alexander Campbell enlisted in the Continental army, becoming colonel of the Virginia regiment. He fought in the battles of Kings Mountain, Guilford Courthouse, and Cowponies, and was always among the leaders in courage and daring. He died during the progress of the struggle and in 1785, his widow brought the family out of Kentucky. She died there but not before she had seen her children become prominent and respected citizens of the State.

One of the sons, Alexander Campbell, studied medicine and practiced his profession in Harrison county during the closing years of the eighteenth century. In 1800, he served in the Kentucky House of Representatives, and three years later moved to Ripley, Ohio. In 1806, he was elected a member of the Ohio House of Representatives, and in 1810 was chosen United States Senator to succeed Senator Tiffin. He served until March 1913.

The several daughters in the family married young men of the pioneer families of Harrison County among who was one Stevenson, a grand ancestor of Vice President Stevenson of Illinois.

Of one son, Robert his history has been lost and the third son William, founded the Missouri branch of the family from which Governor Campbell, the subject of the sketch sprung. He was married in Kentucky to Jane Gouge, a native of Virginia and of Scotch ancestry. Several years after he had buried his mother in Cynthiana, Kentucky. William Campbell, he immigrated to Missouri with his slaves, and settled near Bowling Green. He pursued the life of a successful planter until his death in 1846, which was followed soon after that of his wife.

Their children were William Nelson who died in Mexico, Missouri, and whose family subsequently moved to Oregon; Elizabeth, who married James Orr and raised her family in Pike County; Rev. James W., the father of Governor Campbell; Joana who married Isaac Orr of Pike County, and died leaving several children; Sallie who died in Pike County as Mrs. Natha Swift, and left two children, John F. and Jane; Judge John G. who was judge of the county court, and who died in 1853, leaving three sons James W. who was probate Judge of Pike County died December 1872. Henry C. who died in 1876 while serving as county clerk of Pike county, and Dr. Campbell of Bowling Green; Caroline M. who married John Kincaid and moved to Austin Texas, but who after her husband's death in 1838, returned with her family to Missouri and died a Mrs. Samuel Saxe; Jane who died in Pike County as Mrs. Alexander S. Jackson leaving two sons and a daughter, who moved to Texas where they still reside; Sophronia, who married John I Jackson and reared her family in McLennan county, Texas, where they died; and Dr. Alexander Campbell, who went to Texas as a young man and died there recently in Ennis. John F Swift, the son of Sallie Campbell, went to California in 1852, in the company with his Uncle James W. and Governor Campbell, going overland with mule teams. Meeting with success both in his finances and in his profession as lawyer, he soon became a prominent man in the state. At one time he was elected a member of the state legislature by the Republican Party, and was at one tiem a candidate for governor. While Harrison was president of the United States he ws made a member of the commission of three -- Denby, Angell, and Swift to consider the subject of the Chinese Exclusion and to report finding, and negotiated a treaty of exclusion of Chinese emigrants. Later President Harrison made him our ambassador to Japan where he died in office. Aside from his political talent, Mr. Swift was a man of literary genius, as asserted by Bret Harte, who declared that of the three humorous writers: Twain, Miller, and Swift, the last was the greatest genius. He wrote two books "Going to Jericho" and "Robert Greathouse" the plot of the latter is laid in the mining regions of California.
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80. George Tiffany

Taken from LDS Collector's Library on January 15, 2003 -

Tiffany, George (Male)
Birth: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: May 4, 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, NY, USA Alternate Date: May 14, 1808 Alternate Date: May 14, 1807
Parents: Tiffany, George (Male) Father: Tiffany, George Mother: Mason, Mary
Death: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: June 21, 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Marriage Information: Tiffany, George (Male) Spouse: Whipple, Almira Date: 1829 Place: New York, USA
Children: Tiffany, George (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Tiffany, Cynthia February 2, 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
2. Tiffany, Zenos July 31, 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
3. Tiffany, Ira Patchen February 14, 1835 Eaton, Preble, OH, USA
4. Tiffany, Loyal Peck July 27, 1837 Litchfield, Medina, OH, USA
5. Tiffany, Mary December 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
6. Tiffany, Almira Rebecca August 18, 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
7. Tiffany, George Mason January 31, 1850 Springville, Linn, IA, USA
8. Tiffany, Nelson Whipple August 6, 1852 Fort Laramie, Laramie, WY, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Ordained Elder
Temple Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Baptism Date: May 8, 1969 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Endowment Date: February 1846
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 31, 1872
Sealed to Parents Date: October 24, 1972 Temple: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Sealed to Parents Date: August 25, 1981 Temple: Washington, D.C., USA
Places of Residence: Tiffany, George (Male) Provo, Utah, UT, USA; 1860, 1870
Vocations: Tiffany, George (Male) Laborer; 1860, 1870
Comments: Tiffany, George (Male)In 1860 George had a household of seven, with a real wealth of $350 and a personal wealth of $400.
In 1870 he had a household of six, with a real wealth of $300 and a personal wealth of $300.
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George TIFFANY (AFN:2VGS-95) Pedigree
Born: 7 May 1772 Place: Lyme, New London, Ct
Died: 13 Feb 1857 Place: Alma, Michigan, (ohio)
Married: 16 Sep 1794 Place: Walton, Delaware, New York
Father: Samuel TIFFANY (AFN:2VGR-SL) Family
Mother: Abigail CURTIS (AFN:2VGR-TR)

Wife's Name
Mary MASON (AFN:BF3S-11) Pedigree
Born: 1776 Place: Kellela, Wicklow, Ireland
Died: 16 Mar 1840 Place: Ohio
Married: 16 Sep 1794 Place: Walton, Delaware, New York
Father:
Mother:

Children
1. Sex Name
F Abigail TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-95) Pedigree
Born: 1797 Place: Hamden, Delware, N. Y.
Died: Dec 1859 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
2. Sex Name
F Zilpha TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-BB) Pedigree
Born: 1799 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: 1830/1836 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
Buried: 1830 Place:
3. Sex Name
M Daniel TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-JC) Pedigree
Born: 1812 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 1894 Place:
Buried: 1894 Place:
4. Sex Name
F Mary TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-KJ) Pedigree
Born: 1814 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 1899 Place: , Morgan, Illinois
Buried: Bef 1899 Place: Tippit Cemetery, Nr Bethel, Morgan, Illinois
5. Sex Name
M Lorenzo Roderick TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-SQ) Pedigree
Born: 1809 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: 1809 Place: Hamden, Delaware, New York
Buried: 1809 Place: Hamdon, Delaware, New York
6. Sex Name
F Lurona TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-ZL) Pedigree
Born: 1818 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1845 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
Buried: 1845 Place:
7. Sex Name
F Phebe TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ8-1W) Pedigree
Born: 24 Oct 1817 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 20 Feb 1850 Place:
8. Sex Name
M Luther Little TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-DN) Pedigree
Born: 28 Mar 1803 Place: Delhi, Delhi, N. Y.
Died: 17 Feb 1881 Place: Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin
9. Sex Name
F Jane TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-FT) Pedigree
Born: 14 Apr 1805 Place: Delhi, Delhi, N. Y.
Died: 1869 Place:
10. Sex Name
M George TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-CQ) Pedigree
Born: 14 May 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, Ny
Died: 21 Jun 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 23 Jun 1885 Place: Provo Cem., Provo, Utah, Ut
11. Sex Name
F Ann TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ8-0Q) Pedigree
Born: 4 Jun 1822 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1893 Place:
Buried: 1893 Place:
12. Sex Name
M Zenos Schoville TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-CH) Pedigree
Born: 28 Jun 1801 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1822 Place: Newfield, , New York
13. Sex Name
M Richard Mason TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-H6) Pedigree
Born: 4 Jul 1810 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: Mar 1897 Place:
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Husband
George Tiffany Pedigree
Birth: 17 MAY 1772 Lynn, , New London, Connecticut
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 09 FEB 1910
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 09 FEB 1910 SLAKE

Wife
Mary Mason Pedigree
Birth: About 1766 Kellela, , Wicklow, Ireland
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
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[Endowment: Completed] : 02 DEC 1909
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 09 FEB 1910 SLAKE


81. Mary Mason

Taken from LDS Collector's Library on January 15, 2003 -

Tiffany, George (Male)
Birth: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: May 4, 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, NY, USA Alternate Date: May 14, 1808 Alternate Date: May 14, 1807
Parents: Tiffany, George (Male) Father: Tiffany, George Mother: Mason, Mary
Death: Tiffany, George (Male) Date: June 21, 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Marriage Information: Tiffany, George (Male) Spouse: Whipple, Almira Date: 1829 Place: New York, USA
Children: Tiffany, George (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Tiffany, Cynthia February 2, 1830 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
2. Tiffany, Zenos July 31, 1831 Newfield, Tompkins, NY, USA
3. Tiffany, Ira Patchen February 14, 1835 Eaton, Preble, OH, USA
4. Tiffany, Loyal Peck July 27, 1837 Litchfield, Medina, OH, USA
5. Tiffany, Mary December 1844 Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
6. Tiffany, Almira Rebecca August 18, 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
7. Tiffany, George Mason January 31, 1850 Springville, Linn, IA, USA
8. Tiffany, Nelson Whipple August 6, 1852 Fort Laramie, Laramie, WY, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Ordained Elder
Temple Ordinance Data: Tiffany, George (Male) Baptism Date: May 8, 1969 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Endowment Date: February 1846
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 31, 1872
Sealed to Parents Date: October 24, 1972 Temple: Provo, Utah, UT, USA
Sealed to Parents Date: August 25, 1981 Temple: Washington, D.C., USA
Places of Residence: Tiffany, George (Male) Provo, Utah, UT, USA; 1860, 1870
Vocations: Tiffany, George (Male) Laborer; 1860, 1870
Comments: Tiffany, George (Male)In 1860 George had a household of seven, with a real wealth of $350 and a personal wealth of $400.
In 1870 he had a household of six, with a real wealth of $300 and a personal wealth of $300.
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George TIFFANY (AFN:2VGS-95) Pedigree
Born: 7 May 1772 Place: Lyme, New London, Ct
Died: 13 Feb 1857 Place: Alma, Michigan, (ohio)
Married: 16 Sep 1794 Place: Walton, Delaware, New York
Father: Samuel TIFFANY (AFN:2VGR-SL) Family
Mother: Abigail CURTIS (AFN:2VGR-TR)

Wife's Name
Mary MASON (AFN:BF3S-11) Pedigree
Born: 1776 Place: Kellela, Wicklow, Ireland
Died: 16 Mar 1840 Place: Ohio
Married: 16 Sep 1794 Place: Walton, Delaware, New York
Father:
Mother:

Children
1. Sex Name
F Abigail TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-95) Pedigree
Born: 1797 Place: Hamden, Delware, N. Y.
Died: Dec 1859 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
2. Sex Name
F Zilpha TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-BB) Pedigree
Born: 1799 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: 1830/1836 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
Buried: 1830 Place:
3. Sex Name
M Daniel TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-JC) Pedigree
Born: 1812 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 1894 Place:
Buried: 1894 Place:
4. Sex Name
F Mary TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-KJ) Pedigree
Born: 1814 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 1899 Place: , Morgan, Illinois
Buried: Bef 1899 Place: Tippit Cemetery, Nr Bethel, Morgan, Illinois
5. Sex Name
M Lorenzo Roderick TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-SQ) Pedigree
Born: 1809 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: 1809 Place: Hamden, Delaware, New York
Buried: 1809 Place: Hamdon, Delaware, New York
6. Sex Name
F Lurona TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-ZL) Pedigree
Born: 1818 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1845 Place: , Hancock, Ohio
Buried: 1845 Place:
7. Sex Name
F Phebe TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ8-1W) Pedigree
Born: 24 Oct 1817 Place: Newfield, Tompkin, N. Y.
Died: 20 Feb 1850 Place:
8. Sex Name
M Luther Little TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-DN) Pedigree
Born: 28 Mar 1803 Place: Delhi, Delhi, N. Y.
Died: 17 Feb 1881 Place: Mauston, Juneau, Wisconsin
9. Sex Name
F Jane TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-FT) Pedigree
Born: 14 Apr 1805 Place: Delhi, Delhi, N. Y.
Died: 1869 Place:
10. Sex Name
M George TIFFANY (AFN:1PSP-CQ) Pedigree
Born: 14 May 1807 Place: Delhi, Delaware, Ny
Died: 21 Jun 1885 Place: Provo, Utah, Ut
Buried: 23 Jun 1885 Place: Provo Cem., Provo, Utah, Ut
11. Sex Name
F Ann TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ8-0Q) Pedigree
Born: 4 Jun 1822 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1893 Place:
Buried: 1893 Place:
12. Sex Name
M Zenos Schoville TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-CH) Pedigree
Born: 28 Jun 1801 Place: Newfield, Tompkins, N. Y.
Died: 1822 Place: Newfield, , New York
13. Sex Name
M Richard Mason TIFFANY (AFN:PXZ7-H6) Pedigree
Born: 4 Jul 1810 Place: Hamden, Delaware, N. Y.
Died: Mar 1897 Place:
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82. Daniel Whipple

Taken from LDS Collector's Library on January 15, 2003 -

Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)
Birth: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Date: July 11, 1818 Place: Sanford, Broome, NY, USA Alternate Date: July 7, 1818 Alternate Date: July 11, 1819
Parents: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Father: Whipple, Daniel Mother: Tiffany, Mary
Death: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Date: July 5, 1887 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA Alternate Date: July 5, 1884 Buried: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Marriage Information: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Bailey, Susan Jane Date: August 6, 1843 Place: Elyria, Lorain, OH, USA Alternate Date: August 5, 1841
Children: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Whipple, son (stillborn) October 15, 1844 Hendersonville, Knox, IL, USA
2. Whipple, Maranda Jane March 15, 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
3. Whipple, Mary Janet February 14, 1849 Kanesville, Pottawattamie, IA, USA
4. Whipple, George Nelson March 20, 1851 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
5. Whipple, Edson October 10, 1853 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
6. Whipple, Harriet Emily November 21, 1855 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA

Marriage Number 2 Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Keeling, Rachel Date: March 12, 1853Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA Alternate Date: March 12, 1855
1. Whipple, Daniel
2. Whipple, Cynthia
3. Whipple, Wheeler April 15, 1859

Marriage Number 3 Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Gay, Susan Ann Date: February 9, 1857 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
1. Whipple, Martha Ellen January 1858 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
2. Whipple, Nelson Gay September 21, 1859 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
3. Whipple, Sylvia May 18, 1862 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
4. Whipple, Susan Ann November 3, 1864 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
5. Whipple, Alexander Samuel March 2, 1867 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
6. Whipple, Robert John November 13, 1869 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
7. Whipple, Amy Jane December 15, 1871 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
8. Whipple, Ida December 15, 1873 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
9. Whipple, Anor March 25, 1879 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Baptism Date: April 24, 1844
Baptism Date: May 14, 1844
Baptism Date: 1841
Ordained Elder
Ordained Seventy
Temple Ordinance Data: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Endowment Date: February 2, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Endowment Date: January 8, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 1 Date: February 8, 1857 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 2 Date: March 12, 1853 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 3 Date: February 9, 1857
Places of Residence: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Salt Lake county, UT, USA; 1860
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA; 1850, 1870 OH, USA; November, 1833
Henderson, Knox, IL, USA; 1843-1845
Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Vocations: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Blacksmith
Carpenter
Lumberman Blacksmith; 1850
Sawyer; 1860 Lumberman
Comments: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)In 1850 Nelson had a household of six, with a real wealth of$150 and no personal wealth.
In 1860 Nelson had a household of six, with no real wealth and a personal wealth of $200.
In 1870 Nelson had a household of nine, with a real wealth of $6000 and a personal wealth of $2000.
Comments: #21. Nelson came to Utah in 1848. 2. Nelson was a block teacher. Nelson worked as a lumberman. He made the first shingles for the tabernacle. 3. Nelson was with the army that met Johnston in the Echo Canyon.
Comments: #31. Nelson's journal is largely autobiographicl. Some dated entries after 1865. Genealogical charts. Sketches of parents. Born in New York State, 1818. Family moved to Pennsylvania. Then to Ohio in 1830's. To Illinois, 1843. Lived at Hendersonville. Came in to Nauvoo. Enlisted in militia, 1845. Miraculously healed after blessing from Brigham Young. Trek west, spending some time in Wisconsin and Iowa. Reached Salt Lake City, 1850. Reformation fervor. Utah War. Took plural wife. Details of sawmill business. 2. Denounced gentile merchants. Mining in Mill Creek Canyon. Life in Salt Lake City during 1860s and 1870s. Outfitted son George to answer a call to Arizona, 1873. Discussion of family inheritance rights. Interesting details. ("Free mail delivery comenced March 20th 1885 then all houses had to be numbered so as to inable the deliverer to find the persons to whom the mail was addressed.") Miscellaneous financial accounts. A rough index.
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Whipple, Daniel (Male)
Birth: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Date: August 27, 1779 Place: Brattleboro, Windham, VT, USA
Parents: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Father: Whipple, Daniel Mother: Hildreth, Deborah
Death: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Date: September 27, 1839 Place: Elyria, Lorain, OH, USA
Marriage Information: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Spouse: Tiffany, Mary Date: 1804
Children: Whipple, Daniel (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Whipple, Cynthia January 15, 1805 Deposit, Broome, NY, USA
2. Whipple, Samuel December 21, 1808 Deposit, Broome, NY, USA
3. Whipple, Almira June 13, 1810 Deposit (or Sanford), Broome, NY, USA
4. Whipple, Phoebe August 13, 1813 Sanford, Broome, NY, USA
5. Whipple, Carum August 12, 1815 Sanford, Broome, NY, USA
6. Whipple, Nelson Wheeler July 11, 1818 Sanford, Broome, NY, USA
Temple Ordinance Data: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Baptism
Date: March 25, 1941
Endowment
Date: May 5, 1941
Vocations: Whipple, Daniel (Male) Lumbering
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Tiffany, Mary (Female)
Birth: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Date: June 17, 1777 Place: Barkhamstead, Litchfield, CT, USA Alternate Date: June 10, 1777
Parents: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Father: Tiffany, Samuel Mother: Curtis, Abigail
Death: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Date: September 15, 1845 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA Alternate Date: September 12, 1845
Marriage Information: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Spouse: Whipple, Daniel Date: 1804
Children: Tiffany, Mary (Female)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Whipple, Cynthia January 15, 1805
2. Whipple, Samuel December 21, 1808
3. Whipple, Almira June 13, 1810
4. Whipple, Phoebe August 13, 1813
5. Whipple, Carum August 12, 1815
6. Whipple, Nelson Wheeler July 11, 1818
Marriage Number 2 Tiffany, Mary (Female) Spouse: Aldrich, Zenos Date: 1798
Church Ordinance Data: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Baptism Date: January 15, 1842
Baptism Date: June 23, 1842
Temple Ordinance Data: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Baptism Date: November 18, 1981
Endowment Date: June 2, 1909
Endowment Date: February 24, 1959
Sealed to Parents Date: February 24, 1916
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 31, 1872 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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WHIPPLE, NELSON WHEELER (son of Daniel Whipple and Mary Tiffany, Sanford, Broom county,
N.Y.). Born July 7, 1818, at Sanford. Came to Utah 1848.

Taken from the Journey West Journel written by Nelson Wheeler Whipple - Information input May 27, 2001.

History of Mary Tiffany -

My mother, Mary Tiffany was born in Berk Hemsted, State of Connecticutt in the year 1777, June 13. She went with her father to Cortland in the same State and lived there until about the year 1800.

I am not certain whether she came into New York or Pennsylvania when she left her native state. I do not know exactly the time she was married to Aldrich, her first husband, nor when she was married to my father, but her first marriage must have been about the year 1798 and her second about the year 1804, as near as I can learn.

After she was married to my father, she labored faithfully to help support her family. She was a woman of great patience and strong mind and good character. She never allowed her children to keep bad company or use bad language or contend with each other or anything that could be called bad behavior in anywise.

She raised a family of eight children and lived to see them all men and woman grown and able to care for themselves. She ued to say that if she could live to see this , she would be willing to die. But after she joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, she said that if she could live to see Nauvoo and hear the instructions from the authorities of the Church that she would be willing to leave this world. This she also lived to see.

She was baptized in Litchfield, Medina County on the 23rd day of June, 1842 by Elder John Hughes. She came to Nauvoo with me in 1843 or rather to Knox County, Illinois where we stayed till the next year and moved to Nauvoo in 1844, on the 9th of May. Here she enjoyed herself well in having instructions from the servants of God from time to time. She was smart and active as women generally are at 40, until she was taken with her last illness.

She was a woman of rather less than middle size, fair complexion, hair and eyes dark. She had double teeth all around, many of which were sound at her death. She was remarkably strong constitutioned and never kept her bed 3 days at a time after she was 16 years of age, at which time she had a slight attack of consumption, of which she was curred by a skillful physician.

A few days before she was taken sick, she walked to Almira's, distance of 1 1/2 miles apparently as smart as when she was young. She was taken with a violent fever and was dranged considerably for several days, but was rational before she died.

I called on Dr. Burnheisal to attend her but he said it was extremely doubtful whether she would recover. After 3 days she did not appear to be in any pain, but slept most of the time until the 9th day of her illness. On the night of her death, myself and my first wife Jane, and my sister Gerua were with her. My sister was also sick at the time and was not able to help take care of her and my wife and I took turns in attending to her in the night. She appeared to feel much better and wished me to comb her hair. I did so and she talked cheerfully and told me to lie down and rest. My wife was lying down on a bed by the fire. We had prepared this bed to lie on when she did not need our assistance.

I accordingly went and lay down and as I did so my wife raised up and said she thought my mother did not breath natural, upon which I got up again and went to her bed and thought she was asleep but behold she did not breathe again. She appeared to got to sleep before I lay down and she lay precisely as she did and looked perfectly natural. Sept 17, 1845

Thus ended the days of Mary Tiffany. She lived a life of toil and hardship but she ended her days in peace.

My mother's first husband was named Aldrich by who she had two children, a son and a daughter. Her son's name was Sylvanus and her daughter was Azuba, the history of whom will be given on another page. These and another, her 3rd child Cynthia and her 4th child Samuel were in the State of New York at the time of her death. She had not heard from them for many years. (I have never heard from any of them up to this date, 1878).

We were obliged to keep her for 3 days before she was buried because there were eleven buried the day my mother was 4 left unburied that be been dead for several days.

I tried to get someone to make her coffin but could not and had to make one myself and being quite out of health at best, I was not able to go to her grave. She was taken and buried by Wm. Huntington who was the sexton at that thime in Nauvoo.

The doctor I employed to attend on my mother in her last illness was John Burnheisel. He is still living in Salt Lake City at this date, Jan. 17, 1877. He is old but still hale and hearty.


83. Mary Tiffany

Taken from http://lythgoes.net/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I148&tree=&PHPSESSID=91fa4f3ae27736ed673d4dbae7dc9f77 on January 19, 2003 -

Mary Tiffany

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Birth 10 Jun 1777 Berkhamstead, Litchfield, CT
Sex Female
Baptized (LDS) 23 Jun 1842
Endowed (LDS) 24 Feb 1959
Died 12 Sep 1845 Nauvoo, Hancock, IL
Buried Cemetery 2 miles, "Pioneer", Nauvoo, IL
Headstone Not yet located.
Last Modified 04 Dec 2002

Father Samuel Tiffany, b. 13 Jul 1740, Lyme, NEW LONDON, CT
Mother Abigail CURTIS, b. 12 Mar 1741/1742, Berkhamstead, Litchfield, CT
Sealed P (LDS) 24 Feb 1916

Family 1 Zenos Aldridge, b. ABT 1769, of New York
Married 1798
Children
> 1. Sylvanus Aldrich, b. 1799, NY
2. Azuba Aldrich, b. ABT 1801, of Deposit, NY

Family 2 Daniel Whipple, b. 27 Aug 1799, Battleboro, Windham Co., Vermont
Children
1. Cynthia Whipple, b. 15 Jan 1805
2. Samuel Whipple, b. 21 Dec 1808
3. Almira Whipple, b. 13 Jun 1810
4. Phoebe Whipple, b. 13 Aug 1813
5. Carum Whipple, b. 12 Aug 1815
6. Nelson WHEELER Whipple, b. 11 Jul 1818, SANFORD, Broome Co., New York
7. Gerua Whipple

Histories &
* Documents History of Nelson Wheeler Whipple
Also mentioned: Mary Tiffany, Sylvanus Aldrich
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Taken from LDS Collector's Library on January 15, 2003 -

Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)
Birth: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Date: July 11, 1818 Place: Sanford, Broome, NY, USA Alternate Date: July 7, 1818 Alternate Date: July 11, 1819
Parents: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Father: Whipple, Daniel Mother: Tiffany, Mary
Death: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Date: July 5, 1887 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA Alternate Date: July 5, 1884 Buried: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Marriage Information: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Bailey, Susan Jane Date: August 6, 1843 Place: Elyria, Lorain, OH, USA Alternate Date: August 5, 1841
Children: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Whipple, son (stillborn) October 15, 1844 Hendersonville, Knox, IL, USA
2. Whipple, Maranda Jane March 15, 1847 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
3. Whipple, Mary Janet February 14, 1849 Kanesville, Pottawattamie, IA, USA
4. Whipple, George Nelson March 20, 1851 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
5. Whipple, Edson October 10, 1853 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
6. Whipple, Harriet Emily November 21, 1855 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA

Marriage Number 2 Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Keeling, Rachel Date: March 12, 1853Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA Alternate Date: March 12, 1855
1. Whipple, Daniel
2. Whipple, Cynthia
3. Whipple, Wheeler April 15, 1859

Marriage Number 3 Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Spouse: Gay, Susan Ann Date: February 9, 1857 Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
1. Whipple, Martha Ellen January 1858 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
2. Whipple, Nelson Gay September 21, 1859 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
3. Whipple, Sylvia May 18, 1862 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
4. Whipple, Susan Ann November 3, 1864 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
5. Whipple, Alexander Samuel March 2, 1867 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
6. Whipple, Robert John November 13, 1869 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
7. Whipple, Amy Jane December 15, 1871 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
8. Whipple, Ida December 15, 1873 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
9. Whipple, Anor March 25, 1879 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Baptism Date: April 24, 1844
Baptism Date: May 14, 1844
Baptism Date: 1841
Ordained Elder
Ordained Seventy
Temple Ordinance Data: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Endowment Date: February 2, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Endowment Date: January 8, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 1 Date: February 8, 1857 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 2 Date: March 12, 1853 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Sealed to Spouse Number 3 Date: February 9, 1857
Places of Residence: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Salt Lake county, UT, USA; 1860
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA; 1850, 1870 OH, USA; November, 1833
Henderson, Knox, IL, USA; 1843-1845
Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Vocations: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male) Blacksmith
Carpenter
Lumberman Blacksmith; 1850
Sawyer; 1860 Lumberman
Comments: Whipple, Nelson Wheeler (Male)In 1850 Nelson had a household of six, with a real wealth of$150 and no personal wealth.
In 1860 Nelson had a household of six, with no real wealth and a personal wealth of $200.
In 1870 Nelson had a household of nine, with a real wealth of $6000 and a personal wealth of $2000.
Comments: #21. Nelson came to Utah in 1848. 2. Nelson was a block teacher. Nelson worked as a lumberman. He made the first shingles for the tabernacle. 3. Nelson was with the army that met Johnston in the Echo Canyon.
Comments: #31. Nelson's journal is largely autobiographicl. Some dated entries after 1865. Genealogical charts. Sketches of parents. Born in New York State, 1818. Family moved to Pennsylvania. Then to Ohio in 1830's. To Illinois, 1843. Lived at Hendersonville. Came in to Nauvoo. Enlisted in militia, 1845. Miraculously healed after blessing from Brigham Young. Trek west, spending some time in Wisconsin and Iowa. Reached Salt Lake City, 1850. Reformation fervor. Utah War. Took plural wife. Details of sawmill business. 2. Denounced gentile merchants. Mining in Mill Creek Canyon. Life in Salt Lake City during 1860s and 1870s. Outfitted son George to answer a call to Arizona, 1873. Discussion of family inheritance rights. Interesting details. ("Free mail delivery comenced March 20th 1885 then all houses had to be numbered so as to inable the deliverer to find the persons to whom the mail was addressed.") Miscellaneous financial accounts. A rough index.
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Taken from LDS Collector's Library on January 15, 2003 -

Tiffany, Mary (Female)
Birth: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Date: June 17, 1777 Place: Barkhamstead, Litchfield, CT, USA Alternate Date: June 10, 1777
Parents: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Father: Tiffany, Samuel Mother: Curtis, Abigail
Death: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Date: September 15, 1845 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA Alternate Date: September 12, 1845
Marriage Information: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Spouse: Whipple, Daniel Date: 1804
Children: Tiffany, Mary (Female)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Whipple, Cynthia January 15, 1805
2. Whipple, Samuel December 21, 1808
3. Whipple, Almira June 13, 1810
4. Whipple, Phoebe August 13, 1813
5. Whipple, Carum August 12, 1815
6. Whipple, Nelson Wheeler July 11, 1818
Marriage Number 2 Tiffany, Mary (Female) Spouse: Aldrich, Zenos Date: 1798
Church Ordinance Data: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Baptism Date: January 15, 1842
Baptism Date: June 23, 1842
Temple Ordinance Data: Tiffany, Mary (Female) Baptism Date: November 18, 1981
Endowment Date: June 2, 1909
Endowment Date: February 24, 1959
Sealed to Parents Date: February 24, 1916
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 31, 1872 Temple: Endowment House, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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Taken from the Journey West Journel written by Nelson Wheeler Whipple - Information input May 27, 2001.

In the month of September, my mother was taken sick. Her fever was very severe and growing worse I sent for Dr. Burnhiesel but he could not help her and the ninth day of her illness she died in the 15th September 1845 in the 70th year of her age.

Birth, Death and place information take from Personal Ancestral File on 4/28/2001 - AFN:2KBG-L9

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WHIPPLE, NELSON WHEELER (son of Daniel Whipple and Mary Tiffany, Sanford, Broom county,
N.Y.). Born July 7, 1818, at Sanford. Came to Utah 1848.

Taken from the Journey West Journel written by Nelson Wheeler Whipple - Information input May 27, 2001.

History of Mary Tiffany -

My mother, Mary Tiffany was born in Berk Hemsted, State of Connecticutt in the year 1777, June 13. She went with her father to Cortland in the same State and lived there until about the year 1800.

I am not certain whether she came into New York or Pennsylvania when she left her native state. I do not know exactly the time she was married to Aldrich, her first husband, nor when she was married to my father, but her first marriage must have been about the year 1798 and her second about the year 1804, as near as I can learn.

After she was married to my father, she labored faithfully to help support her family. She was a woman of great patience and strong mind and good character. She never allowed her children to keep bad company or use bad language or contend with each other or anything that could be called bad behavior in anywise.

She raised a family of eight children and lived to see them all men and woman grown and able to care for themselves. She ued to say that if she could live to see this , she would be willing to die. But after she joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, she said that if she could live to see Nauvoo and hear the instructions from the authorities of the Church that she would be willing to leave this world. This she also lived to see.

She was baptized in Litchfield, Medina County on the 23rd day of June, 1842 by Elder John Hughes. She came to Nauvoo with me in 1843 or rather to Knox County, Illinois where we stayed till the next year and moved to Nauvoo in 1844, on the 9th of May. Here she enjoyed herself well in having instructions from the servants of God from time to time. She was smart and active as women generally are at 40, until she was taken with her last illness.

She was a woman of rather less than middle size, fair complexion, hair and eyes dark. She had double teeth all around, many of which were sound at her death. She was remarkably strong constitutioned and never kept her bed 3 days at a time after she was 16 years of age, at which time she had a slight attack of consumption, of which she was curred by a skillful physician.

A few days before she was taken sick, she walked to Almira's, distance of 1 1/2 miles apparently as smart as when she was young. She was taken with a violent fever and was dranged considerably for several days, but was rational before she died.

I called on Dr. Burnheisal to attend her but he said it was extremely doubtful whether she would recover. After 3 days she did not appear to be in any pain, but slept most of the time until the 9th day of her illness. On the night of her death, myself and my first wife Jane, and my sister Gerua were with her. My sister was also sick at the time and was not able to help take care of her and my wife and I took turns in attending to her in the night. She appeared to feel much better and wished me to comb her hair. I did so and she talked cheerfully and told me to lie down and rest. My wife was lying down on a bed by the fire. We had prepared this bed to lie on when she did not need our assistance.

I accordingly went and lay down and as I did so my wife raised up and said she thought my mother did not breath natural, upon which I got up again and went to her bed and thought she was asleep but behold she did not breathe again. She appeared to got to sleep before I lay down and she lay precisely as she did and looked perfectly natural. Sept 17, 1845

Thus ended the days of Mary Tiffany. She lived a life of toil and hardship but she ended her days in peace.

My mother's first husband was named Aldrich by who she had two children, a son and a daughter. Her son's name was Sylvanus and her daughter was Azuba, the history of whom will be given on another page. These and another, her 3rd child Cynthia and her 4th child Samuel were in the State of New York at the time of her death. She had not heard from them for many years. (I have never heard from any of them up to this date, 1878).

We were obliged to keep her for 3 days before she was buried because there were eleven buried the day my mother was 4 left unburied that be been dead for several days.

I tried to get someone to make her coffin but could not and had to make one myself and being quite out of health at best, I was not able to go to her grave. She was taken and buried by Wm. Huntington who was the sexton at that thime in Nauvoo.

The doctor I employed to attend on my mother in her last illness was John Burnheisel. He is still living in Salt Lake City at this date, Jan. 17, 1877. He is old but still hale and hearty.


84. John Davis

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Husband
John Davies Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Mary Inton Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. William Davies Pedigree
Male
Birth: 13 APR 1821 Aveing, , Gloucester, England
Christening:
Death: 05 AUG 1905 Salem, Utah, Utah
Burial:
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[Baptism: Completed] : 18 DEC 1844
[Endowment: Completed] : 18 FEB 1868
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Information taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: BQBH-JP.


85. Mary Hinton

Taken from personal ancestral file - # BQBH-KV .


86. John Brain

Information taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: BQBH-L2


87. Ann Pinegar or Pinnell

Information taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: BQBH-M7.


88. Levi Allred

Taken from FamilySearch.com on March 8, 2003 -

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Husband's Name
Levi ALLRED (AFN:42CK-5L) Pedigree
Born: 16 Dec 1800 Place: , Franklin, Georgia
Died: Place: , , Ut
Married: 1820 Place:
Father: Moses ALLRED (AFN:2HR1-7S) Family
Mother: Elizabeth HOLLINGSWORTH (AFN:42CK-7X)

Wife's Name
Abigail MC MURTREY (AFN:42CK-6R) Pedigree
Born: 11 Sep 1804 Place: , Washington, Missouri
Died: 1887 Place: Beaver, Beaver, Utah
Buried: Place: , , Ut
Married: 1820 Place:
Father: Joseph MC MURTREY (AFN:CHNB-N9) Family
Mother: Mary (AFN:CHNB-PG)

Children
1. Sex Name
F Preserved ALLRED (AFN:11MT-HFR) Pedigree
Born: Abt 1836 Place:
2. Sex Name
M William ALLRED (AFN:HS34-WN) Pedigree
Born: 1839 Place: , Crawford, Missouri
3. Sex Name
F Mellisa ALLRED (AFN:HS34-TB) Pedigree
Born: 1837 Place: , Crawford, Missouri
4. Sex Name
M Charles ALLRED (AFN:42CL-NB) Pedigree
Born: 1838 Place: Of, Crawford, Missouri
5. Sex Name
M Orson ALLRED (AFN:42CL-PH) Pedigree
Born: 1840 Place: Of, Crawford, Missouri
6. Sex Name
M William Jackson ALLRED (AFN:2CH7-NR) Pedigree
Born: 27 Jan 1827 Place: , Washington, Missouri
Died: 23 Mar 1885 Place: Beaver, Beaver, Utah
Buried: 25 Mar 1895 Place: Beaver, , Utah
7. Sex Name
F Achsah Mellissa ALLRED (AFN:42CL-M5) Pedigree
Born: 6 Oct 1824 Place: Of, Crawford, Missouri
Buried: Place: Georgetown, Bear Lake, Idaho
8. Sex Name
F Elizabeth Catherine ALLRED (AFN:3XSG-KC) Pedigree
Born: 6 Mar 1833 Place: Crawford, Missouri
Died: 6 Apr 1909 Place: Castle Dale, Emery, Utah
Buried: 9 Apr 1909 Place: Castledale, Emery, Utah
9. Sex Name
M Preserved A. ALLRED (AFN:42CL-L0) Pedigree
Born: Apr 1823 Place: Of, Crawford, Missouri
Died: 22 Apr 1844 Place:
10. Sex Name
F Preserved ALLRED (AFN:RHJ1-MV) Pedigree
Born: Apr 1823 Place: Crawford Co., Mo.
Died: 22 Apr 1844 Place:
11. Sex Name
F Rachel Mary Ann ALLRED (AFN:42CJ-XF) Pedigree
Born: 26 May 1836 Place: Crawford, , Missouri
Died: 20 Oct 1914 Place: Sunny Dell, Bingham, Idaho
Buried: 23 Oct 1914 Place: Sunnydell, Bingham, Idaho
12. Sex Name
F Rachel Mary Ann ALLRED (AFN:CHNB-ZT) Pedigree
Born: 27 May 1834 Place: Washington, Washington, Missouri
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Taken from Allred Family Roster at: http://www.allredroster.com/scripts/foxweb.exe/allred/eni2?010506 --

Descendants Chart - 2 Generations
1- Levi Allred (010506) b 12/16/1800 d 1860-70
(Moses, Thomas)

s- current-> Abigail McMurtrey b 09/11/1803-4 d 1887 daughter of Joseph P. McMurtrey and Polly or Mary NOT KNOWN

2- Preserved A. Allred (01050601) b 04/??/1823 d 04/22/1844 descendants: 0
2- Achsa Melissa Allred (01050602) b 10-11/06/1824 descendants: 13
2- William Jackson Allred (01050603) b 01/27/1827 d 03/23/1895 descendants: 102
2- Elizabeth Catherine Allred (01050604) b 03/06/1833 d 04/06/1909 descendants: 148
2- Rachel Mary Ann Allred (01050605) b 05/26/1836 d 10/20/1914 descendants: 167
2- Charles Allred (01050606) b abt 1838 descendants: 0
2- Orson Allred (01050607) b abt 1840 descendants: 0

7 children - 437 descendants
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Dear Angie:
Thank you for sharing the Allred information with me. It was quite informative. I really have to sympathize with Levi: first, he joined the LDS Church in Missouri in 1838; the next year Gov. Boggs issued the infamous "Mormon extermination order" and he was forced to flee the state and take
refuge in what was then swampland at Commerce (now Nauvoo) Illinois; then he is forced to leave Nauvoo and live in Iowa until he could move his family to Utah. All of this in an era with no cars, moving vans, or interstate highways. Talk about a lot of grief and sacrifice!

Let's keep in touch as we find out more about the Allreds. Have you tried the Allred Family Roster site? It is at Also the Allred Family Organization site at
Sincerely your cousin(!),
Hans Hansen
25762 Nashua Way
Valencia, CA 91355-2408
Phone: (661) 253-0214
FAX: (661) 291-2379
e-mail: hansh@ix.netcom.com
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**question about brithdate on information below 1900 versus 1800 which would be more sensible given his children's ages and parent's age **
Taken from Susan Black's LDS Collector's Library for Early Church Membership - May 25, 2002 -

Allred, Levi (Male)
Birth: Allred, Levi (Male) Date: December 16, 1900 Alternate Date: December 1918 Place: Franklin, GA, USA
Parents: Allred, Levi (Male) Father: Allred, Moses Mother: Hollingsworth, Elizabeth
Marriage Information: Allred, Levi (Male) Spouse: McMurtrey, Abigail Alternate Spouse: McMartrey, Abigail
Church Ordinance Data: Allred, Levi (Male) Baptism Date: February 28, 1838
Ordained Seventy
Temple Ordinance Data: Allred, Levi (Male) Baptism Date: August 28, 1967 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah
Endowment Date: January 29, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 29, 1859
Places of Residence: Allred, Levi (Male) Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Comments: Allred, Levi (Male)Levi was a member of the Nauvoo 1st Ward.
Levi paid Nauvoo City taxes sometime between 1841-1842.
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Taken from Susan Black's LDS Collector's Library for Early Church Membership - May 25, 2002 -

Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female)or Allred, Achsah Melissa
Birth: Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female) Date: November 6, 1824 Place: Crawford, Washington, ME, USA
Parents: Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female) Father: Allred, Levi Mother: McMurtrey, Abigail
Marriage Information: Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female) Spouse: Thompson, Lucellus P.
Alternate Spouse: Thompson, Luculous Date: December 24, 1844 Place: Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Temple Ordinance Data: Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female) Baptism Date: August 5, 1968 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah
Endowment Date: January 28, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois
Sealed to Parents Temple: Provo, Utah County, Utah
Sealed to Spouse Date: June 6, 1852
Comments: Allred, Achsah Melinda (Female)Achsah Melinda and Lucellus P. were married by Luculous P. Thompson.
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Information on May 24, 2002 --

Re: Reverend Henry Allred Aldridge Aldrich
Author: Hans E. Hansen
Date: 24 May 2002 7:03 PM GMT
Surnames: Allred
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Reverend Henry Allred Aldridge Aldrich by: Angie Sullivan

I am also a descendant of Levi Allred. Here is my line:

Mine is as follows:
Reverend Henry Aldred
John Aldred
Clement Aldridge
Clement Aldridge
William Aldridge
John Allred
Thomas Allred
Moses Allred
Levi Allred
Rachel Mary Ann Allred, married Capt. Cyrus Benjamin Edwin Hawley
Mildred Malissa Hawley; married Edwin Nicholes
Edwin Hawley Nicholes; married Jennie Wilhelmina Grosman
Mildred Genevieve Nicholes, my mother; married my father, Russell Arthur Hansen
Hans Edwin Hansen (me)

My e-mail address is hansh@ix.netcom.com
Do you have any information in regard to Levi Allred in addition to what I have? See below:

Levi Allred was one of the first settlers in the American Fork/Pleasant Grove area of Utah County.
Levi Allred lived in Nauvoo, Illinois in the 1840s. He was a Seventy and a member of the Nauvoo First Ward. He took out his temple endowments right before the Saints left Nauvoo. (Source: Nauvoo, Early Mormon Series, 1839-1846. and Illinois, Nauvoo City Tax Lists 1841-1844.)
Temple Endowment date is 29 Jan 1846 in the original Nauvoo Temple
Birth date, Birthplace as recorded on Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register (NTER).
Parents names from Temple Index Bureau (TIB).
Marriage to Abigail McMurtrey/McMartrey from NTER.
Additional Temple Ordinances:
LDS Live Baptism recorded as 28 Feb 1838 in Missouri.
Additional Temple Proxy Baptismal Record also has 28 August 1967 (TIB)
Sealing to Spouse: 28 Oct 1859 EHOUS (Salt Lake City Endowment House; preceded Salt Lake Temple) and 17 Nov 1950 (no temple listed).
Sealing to Parents: 17 Nov 1950 in Salt Lake Temple.
Other Live LDS Ordinances: Levi was rebaptized on 31 May 1868 by D.W.Driggs
Reconfirmed on 31 May 1868 by Steven M. Farnsworth
Approximate years of death 1860/1870 from The Allred Family Roster from Internet
Listed on Iowa 1850 US Census. Lived in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. NOTE: driven from Nauvoo in 1846/1847. Probably lived in Iowa until emigration to Utah. Also listed as source on LDS Member Index 1838-1845.
Listed on Utah 1860 US Census. Lived in Battle Creek (now Pleasant Grove/American Fork area in Utah county)
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Taken from Personal Ancestral File on 4/28/2001 - AFN: 42CK-5L

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William Jackson Allred
Birth:27 January 1827-- , Washington Co, MO
Death:23 March 1885 -- Bever Co
Spouse: Leona Elizabeth Burton
Parents:Levi Allred, Abigail Mcmurtrey

William Jackson Allred
Birth:27 January 1827-- , Washington, MO
Death:23 March 1895 -- Beaver, Beaver
Spouse: Leoma E Burton
Parents: Levi Allred, Abigail Mcmartree Mcmurtrey
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Levi Allred Pedigree
Birth: 16 DEC 1800 , Franklin, Georgia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
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[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JAN 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

Father: Moses Allred Family
Mother: Elizabeth Hollingsworth

Wife
Abigail McMurtrey Pedigree
Birth: 11 SEP 1804 , Washington, Missouri
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 1887 Beaver, Beaver, Utah
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JAN 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

Father: Joseph McMurtrey Family
Mother: Mary

Children
1. Preserved A. Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: APR 1823 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death: 22 APR 1844
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 06 OCT 1919
[Endowment: Completed] : 05 FEB 1920
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

2. Achsah Mellissa Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 06 OCT 1824 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 28 JAN 1846
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

3. William Jackson Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: 27 JAN 1827 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death: 23 MAR 1895
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 1838
[Endowment: Completed] : 09 NOV 1855
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

4. Elizabeth Catherine Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 06 MAR 1833 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : OCT 1851
[Endowment: Completed] : 28 FEB 1854
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

5. Rachel Mary Ann Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 27 MAY 1834 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 15 OCT 1844
[Endowment: Completed] : 27 MAY 1856
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

6. Charles Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1838 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 07 DEC 1949
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

7. Orson Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1840 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 DEC 1949
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950


89. Abigail McMurtey

Taken from genealogy.com - Family Tree Maker on September 11, 2002 -
Charles William Allred found in World Family Tree Volume 18, Tree 1420
General location: UT, ... Date: 1850-1859

Birthdate: 11 Sep 1804
Washington County, Missouri
Marriage: Levi Allred
Death: 1887, Beaver, Utah
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**question about brithdate on information below 1900 versus 1800 which would be more sensible given his children's ages and parent's age **
Taken from Susan Black's LDS Collector's Library for Early Church Membership - May 25, 2002 -

Allred, Levi (Male)
Birth: Allred, Levi (Male) Date: December 16, 1900 Alternate Date: December 1918 Place: Franklin, GA, USA
Parents: Allred, Levi (Male) Father: Allred, Moses Mother: Hollingsworth, Elizabeth
Marriage Information: Allred, Levi (Male) Spouse: McMurtrey, Abigail Alternate Spouse: McMartrey, Abigail
Church Ordinance Data: Allred, Levi (Male) Baptism Date: February 28, 1838
Ordained Seventy
Temple Ordinance Data: Allred, Levi (Male) Baptism Date: August 28, 1967 Temple: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah
Endowment Date: January 29, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois
Sealed to Spouse Date: October 29, 1859
Places of Residence: Allred, Levi (Male) Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Comments: Allred, Levi (Male)Levi was a member of the Nauvoo 1st Ward.
Levi paid Nauvoo City taxes sometime between 1841-1842.

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William Jackson Allred
Birth:27 January 1827-- , Washington Co, MO
Death:23 March 1885 -- Bever Co
Spouse: Leona Elizabeth Burton
Parents:Levi Allred, Abigail Mcmurtrey

William Jackson Allred
Birth:27 January 1827-- , Washington, MO
Death:23 March 1895 -- Beaver, Beaver
Spouse: Leoma E Burton
Parents: Levi Allred, Abigail Mcmartree Mcmurtrey
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Husband
Levi Allred Pedigree
Birth: 16 DEC 1800 , Franklin, Georgia
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JAN 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

Father: Moses Allred Family
Mother: Elizabeth Hollingsworth

Wife
Abigail McMurtrey Pedigree
Birth: 11 SEP 1804 , Washington, Missouri
Christening:
Marriage:
Death: 1887 Beaver, Beaver, Utah
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 29 JAN 1846
[Seal To Spouse: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

Father: Joseph McMurtrey Family
Mother: Mary

Children
1. Preserved A. Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: APR 1823 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death: 22 APR 1844
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 06 OCT 1919
[Endowment: Completed] : 05 FEB 1920
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

2. Achsah Mellissa Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 06 OCT 1824 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Endowment: Completed] : 28 JAN 1846
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

3. William Jackson Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: 27 JAN 1827 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death: 23 MAR 1895
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 1838
[Endowment: Completed] : 09 NOV 1855
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

4. Elizabeth Catherine Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 06 MAR 1833 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : OCT 1851
[Endowment: Completed] : 28 FEB 1854
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

5. Rachel Mary Ann Allred Pedigree
Female
Birth: 27 MAY 1834 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 15 OCT 1844
[Endowment: Completed] : 27 MAY 1856
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

6. Charles Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1838 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 07 DEC 1949
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950

7. Orson Allred Pedigree
Male
Birth: About 1840 Of, , Crawford, Missouri
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : 27 MAY 1949
[Endowment: Completed] : 01 DEC 1949
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 17 NOV 1950


90. John Newton Burton

Information taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: B9H1-6N.

Ancestry.com message board --

RE: John Newton Burton
Posted by: Scott Allison Burton
Message: Seeking information on John Newton Burton (my ggg-grandfather), who married
Salley (Sally) Allred ( b. 13 Apr 1811 Bedford Co., TN) on 15 Nov 1832 in Monroe County, Missouri. Sally apparently died on 2 Dec 1834 giving birth to Leona (Leoma) Elizabeth Burton (b. 3 Dec 1834 Monroe Co., Missouri; d. 10 Feb 1909 Beaver, Beaver Co., Utah). John N Burton is not listed in the 1830
Missouri census, however John N Burton purchased 40 acres of land in Monroe Co. Missouri on 30 Oct 1835 in Aliquot: NWSW, Section: 33, Township: 54-N, Range: 8-W. John Newton Burton married his second wife, Susan McCord (b.14 Dec 1808 Christian Co., KY; d. 19 Apr 1876 Parowan, Iron Co., Utah) on 24 May 1835 in Pike County, Missouri. John Newton and Susan McCord Burton had two sons, William Parley Burton (b. 8 Mar 1836) and Sidney Rigdon Burton (my gg-grandfather, b. 8 Jan 1838) both born in Missouri. John Newton Burton died about 1839 in Missouri.


91. Salley or Sally Allred


Taken from Susan Black's LDS Collector's Library for Early Church Membership - May 25, 2002 -

Allred, Sally (Female)
Places of Residence: Allred, Sally (Female) Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
Comments: Allred, Sally (Female)Sally was a member of the Nauvoo 4th Ward.
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Allred, James (Male)
Birth: Allred, James (Male) Date: January 22, 1784 Place: Randolph, NC, USA
Parents: Allred, James (Male) Father: Allred, William Mother: Thrasher, Elizabeth
Death: Allred, James (Male) Date: January 10, 1876 Place: Spring City, Sanpete, UT, USA Alternate Date: June 10, 1876 Alternate Place: Spring City, Sanpete, UT, USB Burial Date: January 11, 1876
Marriage Information: Allred, James (Male) Spouse: Warren, Elizabeth Date: November 14, 1803
Children: Allred, James (Male)
Name: Birthdate: Place:
1. Allred, William Hackley April 14, 1804 Randolph, NC, USA
2. Allred, Martin Carrol Alternate Spelling:
3. Allred, Hannah Caroline Alternate Spelling:
4. Allred, Sally April 13, 1811 Randolph, NC, USA
5. Allred, Isaac June 28, 1813 Garden Grove, Decatur, IA, USA
6. Allred, Reuben Warren November 18, 1815 Bedford, TN, USA
7. Allred, Wiley Payne May 31, 1818 Farmington, Marshall, TN, USA
8. Allred, Nancy Chummy Alternate Spelling:
9. Allred, Eliza Maria Alternate Spelling:
10. Allred, James Tillman S. Alternate Spelling:
11. Allred, John Franklin L. Alternate Spelling:
12. Allred, Andrew Jackson February 12, 1831 Bedford, TN, USA
Church Ordinance Data: Allred, James (Male) Baptism Date: September 10, 1832 Place: MO, USA
Ordained High Priest Officiator: Smith, Joseph Jr.

Temple Ordinance Data: Allred, James (Male) Endowment Date: December 12, 1845 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois
Sealed to Parents Date: April 9, 1934
Sealed to Spouse Date: January 14, 1846 Temple: Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois
Places of Residence: Allred, James (Male) Bedford, TN, USA Monroe, MO, USA Randolph, NC, USA
Nauvoo, Hancock, IL, USA
IA, USA 1851; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT, USA
Vocations: Allred, James (Male) Farmer
Comments: Allred, James (Male)James came to Utah in 1851.
James was a member of Zion's Camp and presiding Elder of the Allred settlement (now Spring City, Sanpete county, Utah), in 1852-1853. He became a member of the Church at an early day and later became a member of Zion's Camp in 1834, and served as a body guard to the Prophet Joseph Smith. He passed through all the persecutions of the Saints in Missouri and Illinois. In 1851 he arrived in Utah and was one of the founders of Spring City in 1852. Bro. Allred, or "Father" Allred, as he was known by his associates, was always a faithful member of the Church. He raised a large family.
On Mar. 8, 1841, James was sworn supervisor of streetsand was a high constable in the city of Nauvoo.
James was appointed to the office of a high councilor on Apr. 8, 1841 in Nauvoo.
James was a bodyguard to Joseph Smith, Jr. in June 1842.
James was sustained to the high council on Oct. 7, 1844,in Nauvoo, Hancock county, Illinois.
A company of men crossed over the Mississippi to Illinois ata point a few miles above Quincy, and kidnapped James Allred and a few others, and without any writ or warrant of any character whatever, they dragged them over into Missouri to a neighborhood called Tully, in Lewis county. These unfortunate men were imprisoned for a day or two in an old log cabin, during which time their lives were repeatedly threatened. James was stripped of every particle of clothing and tied up to a tree for the greater part of the night, and threatened frequently by a man named Monday. exclaiming: "G--d d--n you, I'll cut you to the hollow." After the brethren had received this kind of inhuman treatment, their captors performed an act purely Missourian in its character, that is, they gave them the following note of acquittal: "Tully, Missouri, July 12, 1840. The people of Tully having taken up Mr. Allred, with some others, and having examined into the offenses committed, find nothing to justify his detention any longer, and have released him. By order of the committee. H. M. Woodyard."
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Taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: 1FPH-C2

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Salley Allred
Birth: 13 April 1811-- , Bedford, TN
Death: 2 December 1834 --
Spouse:
Parents:James Allred, Elizabeth Warren

Salley Allred
Birth:13 April 1811-- Bedford, Farmington, TN
Death:2 December 1834 -- Monroe, MO
Spouse: John Newton Burton
Parents:James Allred, Elizabeth Warren

Salley Allred
Birth:13 April 1811-- , Bedford, TN
Death:2 December 1834 -- Monroe, MO
Spouse: John Newton Burton
Parents:James Allred, Elizabeth Warren

Salley Allred
Birth:1811-- Co, Bedford, TN
Death: --
Spouse: John Newton Burton
Parents: James Allred, Elizabeth Warren


93. Sophia Joy

Taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN: B767-GS


94. James Baber

Taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN:B767-H0


95. Elizabeth Cleres (Cleaves)


Information taken from Personal Ancestral File on May 20, 2001 - AFN:B767-J5


96. William Briggs

Taken from http://frazierhistory.org/fg/fam0097.html on March 20, 2003 -

HUSBAND Edward BRIGGS
M Chr.
Died
13 May 1760
1 Jun 1834
,Harlaxton,Lincolnshire,England
,Newark,Nottingham,England
Father John BRIGGS
Mother Elizabeth TYRELL

WIFE Elizabeth SHEPHERD
F Chr.
Died
24 Jan 1772
30 Jul 1842
,Staythorpe,Nottingham,England
,Averham,Nottingham,England
Father Edward SHEPHERD
Mother Mary WATSON

CHILDREN FIRST MARRIAGE

1. William BRIGGS Jane HAYES
M Born
Died
Bur.
20 Mar 1793
8 Apr 1871
11 Apr 1871
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Eagle Barnsdale,Lincolnshire,England
,Swinderby,Lincolnshire,England
Marr.
15 May 1815
,North Clifton,Nottinghamshire,England

2. Mary BRIGGS John SHEPHERD
F Born
Died
3 Mar 1796
8 Jul 1827
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
Abt 1816
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

3. Frances BRIGGS Rebecca WAFFATT
M Born
Died
14 Feb 1798
19 Sep 1866
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Newark,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
9 Dec 1822
,Norwell,Nottinghamshire,England

4. John BRIGGS Elizabeth BUGG
M Born
Died
12 Nov 1799
20 Dec 1872
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Collingham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
18 Jul 1826
of,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

5. Ann BRIGGS Samuel ATIKINSON
F Chr.
23 Jun 1801
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
3 Apr 1823
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

6. Elizabeth BRIGGS
F Chr.
Died
13 Jul 1803
12 Aug 1803
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

7. Edward BRIGGS JR Ann WADKIN
M Born
Died
19 Feb 1805
1 Aug 1880
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
26 Oct 1823
,Brant Broughton,Lincolnshire,England

8. James BRIGGS Ann ORDOYNA
M Born
Died
6 Oct 1806
28 Aug 1853
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
St. Louis,Iowa City,MO
Marr.
20 Nov 1831
,Newark,Nottingham,England

9. Richard BRIGGS
M Born
Died
20 Aug 1807
20 Feb 1916
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

10. Jane BRIGGS
F Born
Died
16 Jan 1810
9 Oct 1810
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
11. Samuel BRIGGS
M Born
Died
11 Sep 1811
5 Mar 1812
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

12. Ellen BRIGGS
F Born
Died
3 Aug 1813
3 Dec 1856
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

13. George BRIGGS Sarah WATSON
M Born
Died
27 Apr 1817
21 Nov 1874
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Tominsons Yard,Castlegate,Nottingham,England
Marr.
Abt 1841
of,Newark,Nottingham,England

NOTES:
Husband Edward BRIGGS
SOURCE: 1. Ordinance Index
2. Ancestral File
MRIN: 97 RIN: 317
Child 1 William BRIGGS
SOURCE: 1. Ancestral File
2. Ordinance Index

Taken from http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/5270/g0000013.htm#I7294 on March 20, 2003 -

William BRIGGS
* BIRTH: 20 MAR 1793, Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
* DEATH: 8 APR 1871, Eagle Barnsdale,Lincolnshire,England
* BURIAL: 11 APR 1871
* REFERENCE: 1RDX-1V
Father: Edward BRIGGS
Mother: Elizabeth SHEPHERD
Family 1: Jane HAYES
* MARRIAGE: 15 MAY 1815, North Clifton,Nottinghamshire,England
1. Hannah BRIGGS
2. Ann BRIGGS
3. George BRIGGS
4. Sarah BRIGGS
5. Samuel BRIGGS
6. William BRIGGS
7. James BRIGGS
8. John BRIGGS
9. John BRIGGS
10. Edward BRIGGS
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Taken from Ancestral File - AFN: 1RDX-1V

Briggs Family

Thomas Briggs 1WQP-G6P born in 1530 England married Margaret Croft 1WQP-G7W. They had at least one son Richard Briggs 1WQP-G49 .

Richard Briggs born in 1560 Scremby, Lincoln, England married KatherineOvery born in 1560 Toynton Spilsby, England. They had at least one son Thomas Briggs 1WQP-FVN.

Thomas Briggs born in 1590 Scremby, Lincoln, England married Bridget Green 1WQP-FWV born in 1622 Scremby, Lincoln County, England. They had children Edward Briggs 1WQP-FX3 born 1623 Scemby, Lincoln, England, Constantine Briggs 1WQP-FS8 born 1625 Harrington, Lincoln, England, Katherine Briggs 1WQP-FZ9 born 1627 Scremby, Lincoln, England, and Sarah Briggs 1WQP-G0G born 1629 Scremby, Lincoln, England.

Constantine Briggs married Mary Ellis 1WQP-FTG born 29 Aug 1650 in Boston, Lincoln County, England. They had at least one son Richard Briggs.

Richard Briggs 1WQP-FKS was born in 1651 Dutton, Lincoln, England and married a woman who we don't have her name. They had children Richard Briggs 1WQP-FM7 born Dutton, Lincoln, England, William Briggs 1WQP-FNF born in 1686 Dutton, Lincoln, England , Elizabeth Briggs 1WQP-FPM born in
1688 Dutton, Lincoln, England , Mark Briggs 1WQP-FQT born in 1694 Dutton, Lincoln, England, Thomas Briggs 1WQP-FBC born in 1696 Dutton, Lincoln, England, and Henry Briggs 1WQP-FR2 born in 1699 Dutton, Lincoln, England.

Thomas Briggs married Elizabeth Braunson 1WQP-FCK born 4 Dec 1722, Dutton, Lincoln County, England. They had children Richard Briggs 1WQP-FDR born 1723 Dutton, Lincoln, England, Thomas Briggs AFN:1WQP-FF0 born 1725 Dutton, Lincoln, England, John Briggs FQMN-4C born 1727 Of Barrowby, Lincoln, Eng, William Briggs 1WQP-FG6 1729 Dutton, Lincoln, England, Elizabeth Briggs 1WQP-FHD born 1733 Dutton, Lincoln, England, and Henry Briggs 1WQP-FJL Dutton, Lincoln, England.

John Briggs married Elizabeth FQMN-5J born Feb 1745 Barrowby, Lincs, Eng. They had children Mary Briggs, Elizabeth Briggs, Edward Briggs, Thomas Briggs, John Briggs, James Briggs, Francis Briggs, Willimas Briggs, and Edward Briggs.

Edward Briggs 2N94-3F born 1760 Lincolnshire, Near Grantham, England married Elizabeth Shepherd born 13 May 1793, No Muskham, Nott., Eng. They had 13 children William Briggs, Mary Briggs, Francis Briggs, John Briggs, Ann Briggs, Elizabeth Briggs, Edward Briggs, James Briggs, Richard Briggs, Jane Briggs, Samuel Briggs, Eleanor Ellen Briggs, and George Briggs.

William Briggs 1RDX-1V born 20 Mar 1793 Kelham, Nottingham, England married Jane Hayes 1RDX-22 born 22 Jan 1797 Ossington, Nottingham, England. They had 10 children Hannah Briggs, Ann Briggs, George Briggs, Sarah Briggs, Samuel Briggs, William Briggs, James Briggs, John Briggs (died at 2), John Briggs, and Edward Briggs.

Samuel Briggs 1KJ5-W6 born 20 Jun 1826 in So. Clifton, Nottingham, England married Hannah or Fanny Dean 1DLZ-98 born Woodhouse, Derbyshire, England. They had 5 children William Briggs, Samuel Briggs, John Briggs, George Briggs, and Joseph Briggs. These children were all born in the United States. Samuel was a Mormon polygamist and had two other wives also. He married Mary Arkla Walton and they had no children. He married Emma Thomas 1KJ5-XC born 7 Jul 1849 in Abbergavana, Brecon, Wales. They had 12 children all born in Lehi, Utah. These were Emma Briggs, James William Briggs, Ada May Briggs, Elizabeth Jane Briggs, Mary Ann Briggs, Frances Harriet Briggs, Eugene Samuel Briggs, Azer Richard Briggs, Warren Thomas Briggs, Lawrence Hayes Briggs, Ellen Briggs, and Mabel Tregrethan
Briggs.

William Briggs 1CDQ-9L born 4 Sep 1853 in Lehi, Utah married Sarah Jane Empey 1BKT-L1 born 11 Jun 1855 in Tottenhoe, Bedsford, England. They had 13 children Sarah Jane Briggs, William Amos Briggs, John Briggs, Mae Briggs, Samuel Briggs, Effa and Ellen Briggs (twins), Maud Hannah Briggs, Grace
Briggs, Jennie Briggs, James Briggs, Victoria Briggs, and Jesse Clarence Briggs.

John Briggs 1CDQ-L5 born 31 May 1879 in Lehi, Utah married Ina Nevada Davis born 14 Oct 1882 in Battle Mountain, Nevada. They had children Theo Briggs, Ken Briggs, John Victor Briggs, Vonda Briggs, Rhua Briggs, and Lamar Briggs.

John Victor Briggs was born 15 Oct 1905 in Lewisville, Idaho. He married Kate Lavon Johnston who was born 18 Oct 1912 in Blackfoot, Idaho. They had children Wade Briggs, Beverly Briggs, and Loraine Briggs.

Beverly Briggs was born 10 Mar 1941 in Yakima, Washington. She married Jerry Vern Sullivan who was born 24 Feb 1940 in Nampa, Idaho. They had children Angie Sullivan, Tiffany Sullivan Elkington, and Diana Sullivan Neff.

Information about Samuel Briggs and Family

Name Gender Cemetery Birth Date Birth Place Death Date Death Place Source Complete Record
Briggs, Samuel Alvin Mountain View Cemetery 28 July 1889 29 November 1908 Sexton Records / Grant
Briggs, Samuel Sr. Lehi City Cemetery 20 June 1826 England 22 October 1898 Sexton Records / Grant
Briggs, Samuel Lehi City Cemetery 4 March 1854 England 28 April 1934 Lehi, Utah Sexton Records / Grant

Name: Briggs, Samuel Sr.
Gender: M
Birth Date: 20 June 1826
Birth Place: England
Death Date: 22 October 1898
Burial Date: 0 0 0
Cemetery: Lehi City Cemetery
Source: Sexton Records / Grant
Grave Location: 22_2_2

Name: Lehi City Cemetery
Address: 1000 North 400 East, Lehi, UT 84043
County: Utah
Directions: North from High School to 900 North, West one block North 1 block.
Owner: Lehi City
Address Owner: 153 N 100 E, Lehi, UT
County Owner: Utah
Phone: (801)768-7100
Sexton: Tim Monson
Records Person: Sue Homstead
Size (Acres): 30 Acres
# Burial Spaces: 0
Occupied:
Active: 1
Established: 1850s
Records: Y

Name Birth Date Death Date Cemetery
Eugene Samuel Briggs 26 August 1880 20 April 1947 Lehi
Samuel Briggs 04 January 1851 28 April 1934 Lehi
Samuel (Sr.) Briggs 1826 22 October 1898 Lehi


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1856 BRIGGS SAMUEL Salt Lake County UT 529 Mill Creek Ward UT 1856 Statehood Census Index UT01524400
1856 BRIGGS SAMUEL JR. Utah County UT 902 Lehi City UT 1856 Statehood Census Index UT01539852
1856 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 902 Lehi City UT 1856 Statehood Census Index UT01539850
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619915
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619916
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619919
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619920
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619951
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 409 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619952
1870 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 211 Lehi City Federal Population Schedule UT 1870 Federal Census Index UT11719362
1880 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah County UT 271 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1880 Federal Census Index UT3164154
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619914
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619918
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619921
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619922
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619930
1860 BRIGGS SAMUEL Utah UT 387 Lehi Federal Population Schedule UT 1860 Federal Census Index UTS7a619931

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Emma Thomas Briggs, daughter of William and Elizabeth Jones Thomas, was born at Langatteth
Brecken, Wales, the 7th day of July 1849. She was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints in the year 1859, having been born in the Church, her father being
president of the branch for several years before he came to America. As a girl she was "hired out"
to help the scanty income of her father who worked on a farm, and whose means were limited.

In 1868 her father and mother emigrated to America with two of the youngest children, William
and Richard, leaving George, Harriet and Emma in Wales until such time as he could earn and
send money for them to join the family in America. One year later, in the spring of 1869, Emma
with her brother and sister sailed for America on the ship, Minnesota, with a company of Saints
under the direction of Elias Morris, who at that time was returning from a mission to Great Britain.
She came west on the first train carrying Mormon converts across the continent, arriving in Lehi
the latter part of June of the same year.

Emma was married to Samuel Briggs August 1869, in the Endowment House at Salt Lake City, and
from this marriage were born twelve children, five sons and seven daughters. This good woman
was a faithful member and diligent worker in the Church, a Relief Society teacher for over
twenty-five years and was particularly interested in genealogical and temple work. She zealously
endeavored to impress the necessity of temple work upon all of her friends, and especially upon
her posterity. She was blessed with a cheerful disposition; to know her was to love her. She was
always willing to sacrifice her own pleasure to make others happy. -Mary A. Kirkham
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Husband
William Briggs Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Jane Hayes Briggs Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. Hannah Briggs Thorp Pedigree

Birth: About 1817 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: 08 NOV 1871
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

2. Ann Briggs Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 20 JUL 1819 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: About 1865
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

3. Sarah Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 09 DEC 1823 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : CHILD
[Endowment: Completed] : CHILD
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

4. James Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 09 JUL 1830 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: Before 1852
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

5. John Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 19 DEC 1832 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : CHILD
[Endowment: Completed] : CHILD
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

6. Samuel Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 20 JUN 1826 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE
_________________________


97. Jane Hayes

Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19

Husband's Name
William BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-1V) Pedigree
Born: 20 Mar 1793 Place: Kelham, Nottingham, England
Christened: 20 Mar 1793 Place:
Died: 8 Apr 1871 Place: Eagle Barnsdale, Lincoln, England
Buried: 11 Apr 1871 Place: Swindersby, Lincoln, England
Married: 15 May 1815 Place: North Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Edward BRIGGS (AFN:2N94-3F) Family
Mother: Elizabeth SHEPHERD (AFN:BFT1-4M)

Wife's Name
Jane HAYES (AFN:1RDX-22) Pedigree
Born: 22 Jan 1797 Place: Ossington, Nottingham, England
Christened: 22 Jan 1797 Place: Ossington, Nottingham, England
Died: 11 Feb 1847 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Married: 15 May 1815 Place: North Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: John HAYES (AFN:BFT1-5S) Family
Mother: Sarah (AFN:BFT1-60)

Children
1. Sex Name
F Hannah BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-37) Pedigree
Born: 13 Apr 1817 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 26 Apr 1817 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 8 Nov 1871 Place: Newark
2. Sex Name
M John BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-BF) Pedigree
Born: 22 May 1835 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 12 Jul 1835 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 21 Jan 1890 Place:
3. Sex Name
M Edward BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-CL) Pedigree
Born: 23 May 1837 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 25 Jun 1837 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 29 Nov 1899 Place: Clay Center, Clay, Nebraska, Age 62
4. Sex Name
M William BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-7W) Pedigree
Born: 26 May 1828 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 6 Jul 1828 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 4 Jan 1900 Place: Clay Center, Clay, Nebraska
Buried: Place: Clay Center, Nebraska
5. Sex Name
M Samuel BRIGGS (AFN:1KJ5-W6) Pedigree
Born: 20 Jun 1826 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 28 Jun 1826 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 22 Oct 1898 Place: Lehi, Utah, Utah
Buried: 24 Oct 1898 Place: Lehi, Utah, Utah
6. Sex Name
M James BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-83) Pedigree
Born: 9 Jul 1830 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 1852 Place:
7. Sex Name
F Ann BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-4D) Pedigree
Born: 20 Jul 1819 Place: South Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England
Christened: 20 Jul 1819 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 24 Oct 1867 Place: Spalford, Nottingham, England
Buried: Place: Age 48
8. Sex Name
F Hannah BRIGGS (AFN:1WQP-DWP) Pedigree
Born: 13 Sep 1817 Place: South Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 8 Apr 1871 Place:
9. Sex Name
M George BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-5K) Pedigree
Born: 15 Sep 1821 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 27 Sep 1821 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 21 Mar 1895 Place: So. Scarle, Nottingham, England
10. Sex Name
F Sarah BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-6Q) Pedigree
Born: 9 Dec 1823 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 11 Jan 1824 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 6 Feb 1826 Place:
Buried: 6 Feb 1826 Place:
11. Sex Name
M John BRIGGS (AFN:1RDX-98) Pedigree
Born: 19 Dec 1832 Place: So. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Christened: 17 Feb 1833 Place: No. Clifton, Nottingham, England
Died: 15 Apr 1834 Place:
_______________________

Taken from http://frazierhistory.org/fg/fam0097.html on March 20, 2003 -

HUSBAND Edward BRIGGS
M Chr.
Died
13 May 1760
1 Jun 1834
,Harlaxton,Lincolnshire,England
,Newark,Nottingham,England
Father John BRIGGS
Mother Elizabeth TYRELL

WIFE Elizabeth SHEPHERD
F Chr.
Died
24 Jan 1772
30 Jul 1842
,Staythorpe,Nottingham,England
,Averham,Nottingham,England
Father Edward SHEPHERD
Mother Mary WATSON

CHILDREN FIRST MARRIAGE

1. William BRIGGS Jane HAYES
M Born
Died
Bur.
20 Mar 1793
8 Apr 1871
11 Apr 1871
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Eagle Barnsdale,Lincolnshire,England
,Swinderby,Lincolnshire,England
Marr.
15 May 1815
,North Clifton,Nottinghamshire,England

2. Mary BRIGGS John SHEPHERD
F Born
Died
3 Mar 1796
8 Jul 1827
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
Abt 1816
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

3. Frances BRIGGS Rebecca WAFFATT
M Born
Died
14 Feb 1798
19 Sep 1866
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Newark,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
9 Dec 1822
,Norwell,Nottinghamshire,England

4. John BRIGGS Elizabeth BUGG
M Born
Died
12 Nov 1799
20 Dec 1872
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Collingham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
18 Jul 1826
of,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

5. Ann BRIGGS Samuel ATIKINSON
F Chr.
23 Jun 1801
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
3 Apr 1823
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

6. Elizabeth BRIGGS
F Chr.
Died
13 Jul 1803
12 Aug 1803
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

7. Edward BRIGGS JR Ann WADKIN
M Born
Died
19 Feb 1805
1 Aug 1880
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Marr.
26 Oct 1823
,Brant Broughton,Lincolnshire,England

8. James BRIGGS Ann ORDOYNA
M Born
Died
6 Oct 1806
28 Aug 1853
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
St. Louis,Iowa City,MO
Marr.
20 Nov 1831
,Newark,Nottingham,England

9. Richard BRIGGS
M Born
Died
20 Aug 1807
20 Feb 1916
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

10. Jane BRIGGS
F Born
Died
16 Jan 1810
9 Oct 1810
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
11. Samuel BRIGGS
M Born
Died
11 Sep 1811
5 Mar 1812
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

12. Ellen BRIGGS
F Born
Died
3 Aug 1813
3 Dec 1856
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England

13. George BRIGGS Sarah WATSON
M Born
Died
27 Apr 1817
21 Nov 1874
,Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
Tominsons Yard,Castlegate,Nottingham,England
Marr.
Abt 1841
of,Newark,Nottingham,England

NOTES:
Husband Edward BRIGGS
SOURCE: 1. Ordinance Index
2. Ancestral File
MRIN: 97 RIN: 317
Child 1 William BRIGGS
SOURCE: 1. Ancestral File
2. Ordinance Index

Taken from http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/5270/g0000013.htm#I7294 on March 20, 2003 -

William BRIGGS
* BIRTH: 20 MAR 1793, Kelham,Nottinghamshire,England
* DEATH: 8 APR 1871, Eagle Barnsdale,Lincolnshire,England
* BURIAL: 11 APR 1871
* REFERENCE: 1RDX-1V
Father: Edward BRIGGS
Mother: Elizabeth SHEPHERD
Family 1: Jane HAYES
* MARRIAGE: 15 MAY 1815, North Clifton,Nottinghamshire,England
1. Hannah BRIGGS
2. Ann BRIGGS
3. George BRIGGS
4. Sarah BRIGGS
5. Samuel BRIGGS
6. William BRIGGS
7. James BRIGGS
8. John BRIGGS
9. John BRIGGS
10. Edward BRIGGS
___________________________

FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 British Isles
Family Ordinance Record

Husband
William Briggs Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Wife
Jane Hayes Briggs Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage:
Death:
Burial:

Children
1. Hannah Briggs Thorp Pedigree

Birth: About 1817 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: 08 NOV 1871
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

2. Ann Briggs Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 20 JUL 1819 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: About 1865
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

3. Sarah Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 09 DEC 1823 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : CHILD
[Endowment: Completed] : CHILD
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

4. James Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 09 JUL 1830 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death: Before 1852
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

5. John Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 19 DEC 1832 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Baptism: Completed] : CHILD
[Endowment: Completed] : CHILD
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE

6. Samuel Briggs Pedigree

Birth: 20 JUN 1826 So Clifton, , Nottingham, England
Christening:
Death:
Burial:
LDS Ordinances
[Seal To Parent: Completed] : 06 DEC 1894 SLAKE
_________________________


98. Edward Dean

Taken from personal ancestral fiel on March 15, 2002 -

Hannah Or Fanny DEAN (AFN: 1DLZ-98)
Sex: F Family
Event(s):
Birth: 23 May 1822
Woodhouse, Derbyshire, Eng
Christening: 6 Jun 1822
Bolsover, Derbys, , England
Death: 9 Jul 1897
Lehi, Utah, Ut

Parents:
Father: Edward DEAN (AFN: 1DLV-R8)
Mother: Ann HEATH (AFN: 1DLV-SF)
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Samuel BRIGGS (AFN: 1KJ5-W6)
Marriage: 13 Aug 1849
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
______________________________________________________

Husband's Name
Edward DEAN (AFN:1DLV-R8)
Born: 1780 Place:
Christened: 20 Jan 1780 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Died: 28 Sep 1841 Place: Bolsover, Derby, England
Buried: 11 Oct 1841 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Married: 29 Nov 1802 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Father: Edward DEAN (AFN:B90H-GF)
Mother: Mary BAWN (AFN:B90H-HL)

Wife's Name
Ann HEATH (AFN:1DLV-SF)
Born: 1779 Place:
Christened: 25 Dec 1779 Place: Scarcliff, Derbys, Eng.
Died: 26 May 1867 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Married: 29 Nov 1802 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Father: John HEATH (AFN:B90H-JR)
Mother: Sarah ROBINSON (AFN:B90H-KX)

Children
1. Sex M John DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-1V)
Born: 1803 Place:
Christened: 1 Aug 1803 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

2. Sex F Sally DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-22)
Born: 1804 Place:
Christened: 18 Mar 1804 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

3. Sex F Elizabeth DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-37)
Born: 1805 Place:
Christened: 3 Nov 1805 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

4. Sex M Edward DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-4D)
Born: 1807 Place:
Christened: 16 Oct 1807 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Died: 19 Nov 1846 Place:

5. Sex F Mary DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-5K)
Born: 1811 Place:
Christened: 3 Jan 1811 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

6. Sex F Ann DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-6Q)
Born: 1813 Place:
Christened: 9 May 1813 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

7. Sex F Sarah DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-7W)
Born: 1815 Place:
Christened: 21 May 1815 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

8. Sex F Charlotte DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-83)
Born: 1819 Place:
Christened: 28 Nov 1819 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

9. Sex F Hannah Or Fanny DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-98)
Born: 23 May 1822 Place: Woodhouse, Derbyshire, Eng
Christened: 6 Jun 1822 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, , England
Died: 9 Jul 1897 Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut

10. Sex F Jane DEAN (AFN:1DLV-DC)
Born: 23 Jun 1817 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Christened: 25 Jun 1817 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Died: 25 Aug 1891 Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut
Buried: Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut
__________________________________________________________________

Taken from ancestral file on 3/18/2001 - AFN: 1DLV-R8


99. Ann Heath

Taken from personal ancestral fiel on March 15, 2002 -

Husband's Name
Edward DEAN (AFN:1DLV-R8)
Born: 1780 Place:
Christened: 20 Jan 1780 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Died: 28 Sep 1841 Place: Bolsover, Derby, England
Buried: 11 Oct 1841 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Married: 29 Nov 1802 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Father: Edward DEAN (AFN:B90H-GF)
Mother: Mary BAWN (AFN:B90H-HL)

Wife's Name
Ann HEATH (AFN:1DLV-SF)
Born: 1779 Place:
Christened: 25 Dec 1779 Place: Scarcliff, Derbys, Eng.
Died: 26 May 1867 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Married: 29 Nov 1802 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Father: John HEATH (AFN:B90H-JR)
Mother: Sarah ROBINSON (AFN:B90H-KX)

Children
1. Sex M John DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-1V)
Born: 1803 Place:
Christened: 1 Aug 1803 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

2. Sex F Sally DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-22)
Born: 1804 Place:
Christened: 18 Mar 1804 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

3. Sex F Elizabeth DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-37)
Born: 1805 Place:
Christened: 3 Nov 1805 Place: Bolsover, . Derbys, Eng.

4. Sex M Edward DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-4D)
Born: 1807 Place:
Christened: 16 Oct 1807 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng
Died: 19 Nov 1846 Place:

5. Sex F Mary DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-5K)
Born: 1811 Place:
Christened: 3 Jan 1811 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

6. Sex F Ann DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-6Q)
Born: 1813 Place:
Christened: 9 May 1813 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

7. Sex F Sarah DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-7W)
Born: 1815 Place:
Christened: 21 May 1815 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

8. Sex F Charlotte DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-83)
Born: 1819 Place:
Christened: 28 Nov 1819 Place: Woodhouse Bolsover, Derbys, Eng

9. Sex F Hannah Or Fanny DEAN (AFN:1DLZ-98)
Born: 23 May 1822 Place: Woodhouse, Derbyshire, Eng
Christened: 6 Jun 1822 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, , England
Died: 9 Jul 1897 Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut

10. Sex F Jane DEAN (AFN:1DLV-DC)
Born: 23 Jun 1817 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Christened: 25 Jun 1817 Place: Bolsover, Derbys, Eng.
Died: 25 Aug 1891 Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut
Buried: Place: Lehi, Utah, Ut
__________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________

Hannah Or Fanny DEAN (AFN: 1DLZ-98)
Sex: F Family
Event(s):
Birth: 23 May 1822
Woodhouse, Derbyshire, Eng
Christening: 6 Jun 1822
Bolsover, Derbys, , England
Death: 9 Jul 1897
Lehi, Utah, Ut

Parents:
Father: Edward DEAN (AFN: 1DLV-R8)
Mother: Ann HEATH (AFN: 1DLV-SF)
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Samuel BRIGGS (AFN: 1KJ5-W6)
Marriage: 13 Aug 1849
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
______________________________________________________

Taken from Ancestral file on 3/18/2001 - AFN: 1DLV-SF


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