Ancestors of Freeman Ernest "Ernie" NORTHCUTT

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Ancestors of
Freeman Ernest "Ernie" NORTHCUTT

Generation One

1. Freeman Ernest "Ernie"1 NORTHCUTT (Ashford Clayton "Ash", #2) was born on 26 Jan 1906 Medford, Grant County, Oklahoma.1,2,3 According to the 1920 census, he was born circa 1907 in Oklahoma.4 He married Norma Elizabeth YOUNKER (twin), daughter of William 'Eli' YOUNKER and Marie WEBB, on 29 Nov 1939 in St Francis, Cheyenne County, Kansas.5 His residence at the time of his death was in Kirk, Yuma County, Colorado.3 He died on 8 Mar 1977 in Kirk, Yuma County, Colorado, at age 71.1 He is buried in Kirk Cemetery, Kirk, Yuma County, Colorado.1,6

He was enumerated with Ashford C. NORTHCUTT on the 3 Apr 1920 census Weld City Precinct 714, Yuma County, Colorado, as Freeman E. NORTHCUTT. He was listed as son, age 13. He and both of his parents were born in Missouri. Freeman Ernest "Ernie" NORTHCUTT was listed in the household of Ashford C. NORTHCUTT.4 In Apr 1939 Freeman Ernest "Ernie" NORTHCUTT was living in Joes, Yuma County, Colorado.7 He was a farmer near Eckley, Yuma, CO. In 1957, he moved to Kirk, in Yuma County, and became the custodian at Liberty School in Kirk and later in nearby Joes. He also drove the bus for several years. After retiring in Dec 1970, he worked for the Kirk Cattle Co, raising hogs.

Generation Two

2. Ashford Clayton "Ash"2 NORTHCUTT (Willis Ellis, #4) was born on 6 Apr 1881 Mitchellville (SW of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri.8 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Apr 1881 in Missouri.9 According to the 1920 census, he was born circa 1882 in Missouri.4 He married Idella 'Jane' "Della" PARKS (see #3), daughter of George Wesley PARKS and Mary Alice AKES, on 29 Dec 1903 in Gentry County, Missouri. (License issued and recorded 29 Dec 1902. Record reads: Ashford C. NORTHCUTT and Della PARKS.).10 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Idella 'Jane' "Della" PARKS were married on 29 Dec 1903 in Albany, Gentry County, Missouri.11 He died on 5 Nov 1947 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado, at age 66.1 He is buried in Yuma Cemetery, Yuma, Yuma County, Colorado.1,12

He was enumerated with Willis NORTHCUTT on the 1900 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Ashley C. NORTHCUTT. He was listed as son, age 19, born Apr 1881, in Missouri. Ashford Clayton "Ash" NORTHCUTT was listed in the household of Willis NORTHCUTT.9 Sometime between Jan 1904 and Jan 1906, they moved to Grant Co, OK, where they lived in Deer Creek (near Medford), Grant County, Oklahoma. Sometime prior to 1920 he homestead in Yuma County, Colorado, where he farmed near Eckley (4 miles west, 1 mile north), 30 miles northeast of Yuma. He is listed as head of household on the 3 Apr 1920 census Weld City Precinct 714, Yuma County, Colorado, as Ashford C. NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 38, married. He was born in Missouri, his father was born in Illinois, and his mother was born in Missouri. He was a farmer on a stock-grain farm and owned his home, free of mortgage. Enumerated with him were Idella J. NORTHCUTT, Lemuel J. NORTHCUTT, Freeman E. NORTHCUTT, Alice I. NORTHCUTT, Ruby V. NORTHCUTT.4
On 30 Sep 1920, Ashford C. NORTHCUTT, received a patent to 320 acres of land in Yuma County, Colorado, described as.13

the East half of section Thirty five, in Township Five North, of Range Forty six West of the 6th PM.
. In Apr 1940 he was living in Joes, Yuma, CO. His residence was Otis, Washington, CO, at the time of his death.

The five known children of Ashford Clayton "Ash"2 NORTHCUTT and Idella 'Jane' "Della" PARKS (see #3) were as follows:

3. Idella 'Jane' "Della"2 PARKS (George Wesley, #6). Conflicting evidence indicates she was born in Gentry County, Missouri.23,24 She was born on 18 Jan 1885 New Hampton, Harrison County, Missouri.1,25 According to the 1920 census, she was born circa 1886 in Missouri.4 She married Ashford Clayton "Ash" NORTHCUTT (see #2), son of Willis Ellis NORTHCUTT and Martha Isabelle MITCHELL, on 29 Dec 1903 in Gentry County, Missouri. (License issued and recorded 29 Dec 1902. Record reads: Ashford C. NORTHCUTT and Della PARKS.).10 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Ashford Clayton "Ash" NORTHCUTT were married on 29 Dec 1903 in Albany, Gentry County, Missouri.11 Her residence at the time of her death was in Fort Morgan, Morgan County, Colorado.25 She died on 30 Apr 1975 in Fort Morgan, Morgan County, Colorado, at age 90.1 She is buried in Yuma Cemetery, Yuma, Yuma County, Colorado.1,12

She was enumerated with Ashford C. NORTHCUTT on the 3 Apr 1920 census Weld City Precinct 714, Yuma County, Colorado, as Idella J. NORTHCUTT. She was listed as wife, age 34, married. She was born in Missouri, her father was born in Missouri, and her mother was born in Iowa. Idella 'Jane' "Della" PARKS was listed in the household of Ashford C. NORTHCUTT.4 In Nov 1957, she was listed in the obituary of her brother, Walter PARKS, as "Mrs. Della Northcutt of Yuma, Colo."26 She was a member of the Yuma Nazarene Church.

Generation Three

4. Willis Ellis3 NORTHCUTT (Jeptha, #8). According to the 1860 census, he was born circa 1855 in Iowa.27 He was born on 5 Feb 1854 Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa.28 According to the 1880 census, he was born circa 1853 in Iowa.29 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1854 in Iowa.30 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Feb 1854 in Iowa.9 He married Martha Isabelle MITCHELL (see #5), daughter of Edward C. MITCHELL and Elizabeth "Betty" FLINT, on 10 Feb 1878 in Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: Willis NORTHCUTT & Martha E. MITCHELL.).31,32 He died on 14 Apr 1940 in Deer Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma, at age 86.28 He is buried in Bayard Cemetery, SW of Deer Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma.28,33

He was enumerated on the 6 Jun 1860 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Willis NORTHCUTT. He was listed as age 5, born in Iowa.27 He was enumerated with Jeptha NORTHCUTT on the 27 Jun 1870 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Willis NORTHCUTT. He was listed as age 16, born in Ohio. Willis Ellis NORTHCUTT was listed in the household of Jeptha NORTHCUTT.30 At a young age, he moved, with his family, to Missouri. In 1905, he and his family moved to Grant Co, OK, where he farmed until 1934 when he moved to Deer Creek. He died at the home of his daughter, Susie Griffin, near Medford. He is listed as head of household on the 1 Jun 1880 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Willis NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 27, married, farmer. He was born in Iowa and both of his parents were born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were Martha I. NORTHCUTT and George MITCHELL.29 He is listed as head of household on the 1900 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Willis NORTHCUTT. The census soundex listed him as age 46, born Feb 1854, in Iowa. Enumerated with him were Martha I NORTHCUTT, Ashley C. NORTHCUTT, Seth H. NORTHCUTT, George L. NORTHCUTT, Susie B. NORTHCUTT, Eddie D. NORTHCUTT, CORA M. NORTHCUTT, and Roy V. NORTHCUTT.9

The eight known children of Willis Ellis3 NORTHCUTT and Martha Isabelle MITCHELL (see #5) were as follows:

5. Martha Isabelle3 MITCHELL (Edward C., #10) was born on 26 Mar 1858 Harrison County, Missouri.1 According to the 1860, 1870, and 1880 censuses, she was born circa 1858 in Missouri.42,43,29 According to the 1900 census, she was born in Mar 1858 in Missouri.9 She married Willis Ellis NORTHCUTT (see #4), son of Jeptha NORTHCUTT and Elizabeth HARBOUR, on 10 Feb 1878 in Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: Willis NORTHCUTT & Martha E. MITCHELL.).31,32 She died on 20 May 1924 in Bryant, Grant County, Oklahoma, at age 66.1 She is buried in Bayard Cemetery, SW of Deer Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma.8,33

She was enumerated with Edward C. MITCHELL on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Martha I. MITCHELL. She was listed as age 2, born in Missouri. Martha Isabelle MITCHELL was listed in the household of Edward C. MITCHELL.42 She was enumerated with James MITCHELL on the 16 Jul 1870 census Cypress Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Martha MITCHELL. She was listed as age 12, born in Missouri. She was living with her grandparents. Martha Isabelle MITCHELL was listed in the household of James MITCHELL.43 She was enumerated with Willis NORTHCUTT on the 1 Jun 1880 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Martha I. NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 22, married, wife, keeping house. She was born is Missouri and both of her parents were born in Illinois. Martha Isabelle MITCHELL was listed in the household of Willis NORTHCUTT.29 She was enumerated with Willis NORTHCUTT on the 1900 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Matha I. NORTHCUTT. She was listed as wife, age 42, born mar 1858, in Missouri. Martha Isabelle MITCHELL was listed in the household of Willis NORTHCUTT.9

6. George Wesley3 PARKS (James, #12) was born on 1 May 1857 Harrison County, Missouri.1,44,45,46 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born in Gentry County, Missouri.16,24 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1857 in Missouri.47 He married Mary Alice AKES (see #7), daughter of Granville Smith AKES and Mary W. "Polly" HART, on 21 Jul 1877 in Gentry County, Missouri.16,24,2 He died on 22 Apr 1926 in Athens (now Albany), Gentry County, Missouri, at age 68.1,44,45,46 He is buried in Foster Cemetery, Butler Township (S of New Hampton), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "PARKS/George W., May 1, 1857 - Apr 22, 1926/Mary A., Apr 5, 1863 - Jun 16, 1953." The Cemetery Book reads, "PARKS, George W. 5/1/1857 - 4/22/1926." Noble Records read: "PARKS, George W., father: PARKS, James, b. 5-1-1864, d. 4-22-1926, cemetery: Foster").2,44,46

He was a farmer in Athens, Gentry, MO. He was a Methodist. They lived in Lyon Co, KS, near Miller and Admire, and also in NE. He died of a heart attack. He was enumerated with James PARKS on the 11 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as George W. PARKS. He was listed as age 13, born in Missouri. George Wesley PARKS was listed in the household of James PARKS.47 He is listed as head of household on the 2 Jun 1880 census South half of Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as George PARKS. The census listed him as age 22, married, farmer. He was born in Missouri, both of his parents were born in Kentucky. Enumerated with him were Mary A. PARKS and Edward PARKS.48 The 1896 Gentry County, Missouri, Atlas, listed G. W. PARKS owning 80 acres in Section 2, Township 62, Range 30.49 He was living in 1914 in McFall, Gentry County, Missouri.50

The nine known children of George Wesley3 PARKS and Mary Alice AKES (see #7) were as follows:

7. Mary Alice3 AKES (Granville Smith, #14) was born on 5 Apr 1863 Henry County, Iowa.1,44,45 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 5 Apr 1863 in Jefferson County, Iowa.2 According to the 1870 census, she was born circa 1863 in Iowa.67 She married George Wesley PARKS (see #6), son of James PARKS and Mary Ann JACOBY, on 21 Jul 1877 in Gentry County, Missouri.16,24,2 She died on 15 Jun 1953 in Plainview Nursing Home, near Albany, Gentry County, Missouri, at age 90.1,2 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 16 Jun 1953.44,45 She is buried in Foster Cemetery, Butler Township (S of New Hampton), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "PARKS/George W., May 1, 1857 - Apr 22, 1926/Mary A., Apr 5, 1863 - Jun 16, 1953." The Cemetery Book reads, "PARKS, Mary A. 4/5/1863 - 6/16/1953").68,2,69,44,45

She was enumerated with Granville AKES on the 9 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary A. AKES. She was listed as age 7, born in Iowa. Mary Alice AKES was listed in the household of Granville AKES.67 She was enumerated with George PARKS on the 2 Jun 1880 census South half of Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary A. PARKS. She was listed as age 17, wife, married. She was born in Iowa, her father was born in Kentucky, and her mother was born in Indiana. Mary Alice AKES was listed in the household of George PARKS.48

Generation Four

8. Jeptha4 NORTHCUTT (Shadrach D., #16) was born on 27 Nov 1817 Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio.70,71 According to the 1850 census, he was born circa 1818 in Ohio.72 According to the 1860 census, he was born circa 1817 in Ohio.27 According to the 1880 census, he was born circa 1816 in Ohio.73 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1815 in Ohio.30 He married Elizabeth HARBOUR (see #9), daughter of Jesse HARBOUR and Jane HALL, on 6 Oct 1839 in Champaign County, Ohio. (Marriage record reads: Jeptha NORTHCUT and Elizabeth HARBOR.).74,71 He married Hester BROOKS on 12 Oct 1888 in Grant Township, Harrison County, Missouri. (Marriage record reads: Jepthah NORTHCUTT, of Mt Moriah, & Hester BROOKS, of Grant Twp, m. 12 Oct 1888, at home of Hester BROOKS in Harrison County.).75 He was possibly buried The Cemetery Book states the record book of Bethel Cemetery indicates a Mr NORTHCUTT was buried between Lot 11-1 and 11-2. There is no marker in Bethel Cemetery, New Buda Township, Decatur County, Iowa. (The Cemetery Book states the record book of Bethel Cemetery indicates a Mr NORTHCUTT was buried between Lot 11-1 and 11-2. There is no marker).76


A deed recorded, 13 Aug 1849, in Champaign Co, OH, reads:.

Know all men that I Jeptha Northcut and Elizabeth Northcut his wife of the County of Champaign and State of Ohio in consideration of of the sum of nine hundred dollars in hand paid by William Jesse Harbour of the county and satate aforesaid have bargained and sold and does hereby grant bargain sell and convey unto the said William Jesse Harbour his heirs and assigns forever against the following premises situate in the county of Champaign in the State of Ohio and bounded and described as follows: Being the west half of the north west quarter of Section thirty one, township four and range thirteen MRS, and being a part of the same premises which I derive title by deed from the Sheriff of Champaign County dated May 14th 1849 and recorded in Book U pages 390 and 391. To have and to hold said premises with the appurtanances unto the said William Jesse Harbour his heirs and assigns forever. In testimony whereof the said Jeptha Northcutt and Elizabeth Northcutt his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower for the premises have hereunto set their hands and seals this 25th day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty nine. Signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of Decatur Talbott, Martin ?????

Jepthah Northcutt

Elizabeth x Northcutt

The State of Ohio Champaign County, SS

Before me the subscriber a Notary Public in and for said county personally appeared the above said Jephtha Northcutt and Elizabeth Northcutt his wife and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the above conveyances to be their voluntary act and deed; and the said Elizabeth Northcut wife of said Jeptha Northcutt being at the same time examined by me separate and apart from her said husband and the contents of said instrument made known to her by me, then declared that she did voluntarily sign seal, and acknowledge the same, and that she is still satisfied therewith; this twenty sixth day of May A.D. 1849.

Decatur Talbott, Notary Public

Received this Deed for Record August 11 1849 and recorded the same August 13th 1849.

Decatur Talbott, Recorder

. On 11 Feb 1850, he was named executor of his father's estate. He is listed as head of household on the 23 Sep 1850 census Harrison Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Jeptha NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 32, a farmer, owning real estate worth $3200, born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were test test.72 <BR>On 8 May 1851, a letter was written by Willis NORTHCUTT to his brother, Jeptha, who was living in Westville, Champaign County, Ohio. (This letter was taken from Pat N. Stephen's web site. Used by permission.).77 <BLOCKQUOTE>Jeptha Northcutt, Champaign County, Westville, Ohio

Cainsville, "Jocuay" seven miles above Council Bluff

May 8, 1851

Brother in my last letter I in form you that I was on my way to Oregon. We have arrived at the extreme end of the United States nothing but the Missouri River to cross and we enter an indian possessions an they are very hostile and have assembled 500 "braves" to dispute our passage or to pay tribute for passing "through" there country that we will pay in powder and lead or with our blood on Monday next We intend to cross the river or "dyi" we are at this moment mustering our strength which will not exceed 75------men a small force to repel so many "Sarcys-Sarcigs???" I have no doubt there willl be a severe battle for all are "resolved" to go through and will or they must bury us all well Thank God excuse my halt as I am riting they have appointed me to the "command" thirty "Mannert-warrants" at I am in form give my love to father and mother an all in "grieving family"

Yours in hast

Jeptha Northcutt Willis Northcutt

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Transcription by Donetta Northcutt</BLOCKQUOTE>.
A deed, recorded 14 Jan 1854, filed in Champaign Co, Deed Book Y, page 416, reads:.

Know all men that we Jeptha Northcutt and Elizabeth Agatha? Northcutt his wife wife (sic) of the county of Champaign and State of Ohio in consideration of twenty two hundred dollars (2200) to them paid by William J. Harber of the County of Champaign and State aforesaid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have bargained and sold, and do hereby grant bargain sell and convey unto the said William J. Harber his heirs and assigns forever the following real estate, viz: The following tract or parcel of land situate being in the County of Champaign and State of Ohio described as follows, to wit. The East half of the north west quarter of Section thirty one (31) township four (4) range thirteen (13)MRS containing seventy eight acres of land more or less, together with all the priveleges and appurtenances to the same belonging. To have and to hold the same to the said William J. Harber his heirs and assigns forever. The grantors their heirs and assigns do hereby covenant with the grantee their heirs and assigns that they are lawfully seized of the premises aforesaid; that the premises are free and clear from all encumbrances whatsoever; and that they will forever warrant and defend the same against all lawful claims whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said Jeptha Northcut and Elizabeth Northcutt his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower in the premises have hereunto set their hands and seals this third day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty three.

Executed in the presence of Timothy Terrell, John Harbour

Jeptha Northcutt

Elizabeth Northcutt

The State of Ohio Champaign County, SS

        Be it remembered that on this the third day of October A.D. 1853 before me the subscriber a Justice of the peace in and for said county personally appeared before the above names Jeptha Northcutt and Elizabeth his wife grantors in the above conveyance and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the same to be their voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein expressed. And the said Elizabeth Northcut being at the same time examined by me separate and apart from her said husband and the contents of and instrument made aware to her by me she then declared that she did voluntarily signs seal and acknowledge the same and that she is still satisfied therewith as her act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. In testimony whereof I have herewith subscribed my name and affixed hand and seal on this day and year last aforesaid.

Received this Deed for Record January 14 1854 and Recorded the same January 27 1854

Decatur Talbott, Recorder

. A Jephehal NORTHCUTT (probably the same) was a landowner in Concord Twp, Champaign, OH, in 1858. He is listed as head of household on the 6 Jun 1860 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Jephtha NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 43, farmer, owning real estate worth $7,000 and personal property worth $1,0000, born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were Elizabeth NORTHCUTT, Jesse NORTHCUTT, Shadrack NORTHCUTT, Jasper NORTHCUTT, Madaline NORTHCUTT, Willis NORTHCUTT, Mary NORTHCUTT, and W. H. NORTHCUTT.27 He is listed as head of household on the 27 Jun 1870 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Jeptha NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 55, farmer, owning real estate worth $4,320 and personal property worth $1,000, born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were Elizabeth NORTHCUTT, Shadrach NORTHCUTT, Jasper NORTHCUTT, Maidalin NORTHCUTT, Willis NORTHCUTT, Wm H. NORTHCUTT, Mary R. NORTHCUTT, and Mima J. NORTHCUTT.30 He is listed as head of household on the 10 Jun 1880 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Jeptha NORTHCUTT. The census listed him as age 64, married, farmer. He and both of his parents were born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were Eliz. NORTHCUTT, Madeline NORTHCUTT, Wm H NORTHCUTT, and Minnie NORTHCUTT.73 In Oct 1888 Jeptha NORTHCUTT was living in Mt Moriah, Harrison County, Missouri.75

The 11 known children of Jeptha4 NORTHCUTT and Elizabeth HARBOUR (see #9) were as follows:

9. Elizabeth4 HARBOUR (Jesse, #18) was born on 4 Nov 1820 (prob) Champaign County, Ohio.70,71 According to the 1850 census, she was born circa 1821 in Ohio.72 According to the 1860 census, she was born circa 1819 in Ohio.27 According to the 1870 census, she was born circa 1818 in Ohio.30 According to the 1880 census, she was born circa 1820 in Ohio.73 She married Jeptha NORTHCUTT (see #8), son of Shadrach D. NORTHCUTT and Ruth RUNYON, on 6 Oct 1839 in Champaign County, Ohio. (Marriage record reads: Jeptha NORTHCUT and Elizabeth HARBOR.).74,71 She died before 1888 in Harrison County, Missouri.68

She was enumerated on the 23 Sep 1850 census Harrison Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Elizabeth NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 29, born in Ohio.72 She was enumerated on the 6 Jun 1860 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Elizabeth NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 41, born in Ohio.27 She was enumerated with Jeptha NORTHCUTT on the 27 Jun 1870 census Butler Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Elizabeth NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 52, housekeeper, born in Ohio. Elizabeth HARBOUR was listed in the household of Jeptha NORTHCUTT.30 She was enumerated with Jeptha NORTHCUTT on the 10 Jun 1880 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Eliz. NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 60, married, wife, keeping house. She was also listed as being blind. She was born in Ohio and both of her parents were born in Virginia. Elizabeth HARBOUR was listed in the household of Jeptha NORTHCUTT.73

10. Edward C.4 MITCHELL (James M., #20) was born on 12 Feb 1835 Tippecanoe County, Indiana.8,108,109 According to the 1850 census, he was born circa 1834 in Iowa.110 According to the 1860 and 1870 censuses, he was born circa 1835 in Indiana.42,111 He married Elizabeth "Betty" FLINT (see #11), daughter of Thomas FLINT and Rachel FOSTER, on 9 Mar 1856 in Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: Edward MITCHELL & Elizabeth FLINT.).112,113 He married Mariah E. HENRY on 12 Jan 1867 in Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: Edward C. MITCHELL & Mariah E. HENRY.).114 He died on 2 Mar 1898 in Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri, at age 63.8,108,109 He is buried in Burris Cemetery, Mitchellville (SW of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "Edward C. MITCHELL, born Feb 12, 1835, died Mar 2, 1898/Maria E. MITCHELL, born Feb 21, 1847, died Mar 4, 1891." The Cemetery Book reads, "MITCHELL, Edward C. Feb 12, 1835-Mar 2, 1898").108,109


On 5 May 1859, Edward MITCHELL, of Gentry County, Missouri, purchased land described as:.115

the West half of the North East quarter, and the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section thirty three, and the South East quarter of South East quarter of section Twenty eight, in Township sixty three, of Range twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Plattsburg now Boonville, Missouri, containing one hundred and sixty acres.
. He is listed as head of household on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Edward C. MITCHELL. The census listed him as age 25, day laborer, owning personal property worth $150, born in Indiana. Enumerated with him were Elisabeth MITCHELL, James T. MITCHELL, Martha I. MITCHELL, George MITCHELL, James M. MITCHELL, Lucinda MITCHELL, Victor MITCHELL, Ann Eliza MITCHELL, and John MITCHELL.42 He is listed as head of household on the 8 Jul 1870 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Edward MITCHELL. The census listed him as age 35, Company ?????, owning real estate worth $1,000 and personal property worth $400, born in Indiana. Enumerated with him were Mariah MITCHELL, James MITCHELL, George MITCHELL, Elmer MITCHELL.111

The three known children of Edward C.4 MITCHELL and Elizabeth "Betty" FLINT (see #11) were as follows:

11. Elizabeth "Betty"4 FLINT (Thomas, #22). According to the 1860 census, she was born in 1835 in Indiana.42 She married Edward C. MITCHELL (see #10), son of James M. MITCHELL and Lucinda Elizabeth CORBIN, on 9 Mar 1856 in Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: Edward MITCHELL & Elizabeth FLINT.).112,113 She died on 15 Feb 1862 in Harrison County, Missouri.8,116 She is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Sherman Township (SE of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "Elizabeth MITCHELL, died Feb 15, 1862, aged 21y 1m 6d").116

She was enumerated with Edward C. MITCHELL on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Elisabeth MITCHELL. She was listed as age 25, born in Indiana. Elizabeth "Betty" FLINT was listed in the household of Edward C. MITCHELL.42

12. James4 PARKS (Hugh, #24) was born on 20 Jan 1820 Kentucky. Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 20 Jan 1820 in Indiana.50 According to the 1860 census, he was born circa 1820 in Kentucky.117 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1819 in Kentucky.47 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Jan 1820 in Kentucky.118 He married Mary Ann JACOBY (see #13), daughter of John Francis JACOBY and Matilda ROBINSON, on 7 Sep 1843 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.2,119 He died on 14 Feb 1914 in Harrison County, Missouri, at age 94 . (He died at the home of his son, Merve).50

In 1850 he moved from Kentucky to Missouri, settling in Gentry Co, MO.50 James served as road overseer of District 56 and in Jun 1855, he resigned that position.120 In 1860 he and his family were living in Gentryville, next door to Hugh PARKS. The 1861 tax list for Gentry County, Missouri, lists James PARKS having personal property worth $125, owning 80 acres in Section 2, Township 62, Range 30. The land was valued at $360 and included 25 improved acres. He also owned 40 acres in Section 1, Township 62, Range 32, valued at $160. James also paid a poll tax.121 He is listed as head of household on the 11 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as James PARKS. The census listed him as age 51, farmer, owning real estate worth $1,845 and personal property worth $770, born in Kentucky. Enumerated with him were Mary A. PARKS, Matilda J. PARKS, Mary E. PARKS, Susan F. PARKS, Charles W. PARKS, George W. PARKS, Ann E. PARKS, Sarah I. PARKS, James L. PARKS, John F. PARKS, and Mervin PARKS.47 The 1877 Gentry County, Missouri, Atlas, listed J. PARKS owning 40 acres in Section 1, Township 62, Range 30, and 80 acres in Section 2, Township 62, Range 30.122

The 11 known children of James4 PARKS and Mary Ann JACOBY (see #13) were as follows:

13. Mary Ann4 JACOBY (John Francis, #26) was born on 23 Mar 1827 Bourbon County, Kentucky.2,119 According to the 1870 census, she was born circa 1827 in Kentucky.47 According to the 1900 census, she was born in Mar 1827 in Kentucky.118 She married James PARKS (see #12), son of Hugh PARKS and Nancy TAYLOR or DRY, on 7 Sep 1843 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.2,119 She died on 14 Sep 1910 in Harrison County, Missouri, at age 83.24,119 She is buried in Jones Cemetery.119

When she was two years old, her family moved to Henry County, Kentucky.119 She was enumerated with James PARKS on the 11 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary A. PARKS. She was listed as age 43, keeping house, born in Kentucky. Mary Ann JACOBY was listed in the household of James PARKS.47

14. Granville Smith4 AKES (Peter AKERS (AKES), #28) was born on 9 Jun 1819 Rockcastle County, Kentucky.131,2,124,126 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1820 in Kentucky.132 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Jun 1819 in Kentucky.128 He married Mary W. "Polly" HART (see #15), daughter of Absalom (Absalem) HART and Deborah HODGSON (HODSON), on 3 Dec 1840 in Jefferson County, Iowa.131,133 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Mary W. "Polly" HART were married on 10 Dec 1840.2 He died on 19 Mar 1909 in SE of Albany, Gentry County, Missouri, at age 89.131,2,124,126 He is buried in Jones Chapel Cemetery, Butler Township (S of New Hampton), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads, "Granville S. AKES, died Mar 19, 1909, aged 89y 9m 10d/Mary his wife, died Nov 14, 1913, aged 86y 3m 7d." The Cemetery Book reads, "AKES, Granvilles Mar 19, 1909 89y9m10d").124,126

He came to Missouri about 1864 and two years later he came to Gentry County, Missouri.134 He was a farmer in Athens, Gentry Co, MO, where in 1870, his real estate was valued at $5,000. He was a blacksmith in Albany, Gentry, MO. He is listed as head of household on the 9 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Granville AKES. The census listed him as age 50, farmer, owning real estate worth $5,000 and personal property worth $1,150, born in Kentucky. Enumerated with him were Mary AKES, Alson A. AKES, William H. AKES, Granville AKES, Mary A. AKES, Jane AKES, and Peter A. AKES.132 The 1877 Gentry County, Missouri, Atlas, listed G. S. AKES owning 40 acres in Section 1, Township 62, Range 30, and 200 acres in Section 12, Township 62, Range 30.122 He is listed as head of household on the 2 Jun 1880 census South half of Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as G. S. AKES. The census listed him as age 61, married, farmer. He was born in Kentucky, his father was born in Germany, and his mother was born in Virginia. Enumerated with him were Mary AKES, Granville S. AKES, Priscilla AKES, Jane AKES, Peter A. AKES, Wm SHELTON.48 The 1896 Gentry County, Missouri, Atlas, listed G. S. AKES owning 120 acres in Section 12, Township 62, Range 30.49 He is listed as head of household on the 1900 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Granvil S. AKES. The census soundex listed him as age 80, born in Jun 1819, in Kentucky. Enumerated with him were Mary AKES and Racheal D. AKES.128

The 12 known children of Granville Smith4 AKES and Mary W. "Polly" HART (see #15) were as follows:

15. Mary W. "Polly"4 HART (Absalom (Absalem), #30) was born on 7 Aug 1827 Indiana.148,124,126 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 1 Aug 1827 in Indiana.2 According to the 1870 census, she was born circa 1828 in Indiana.132 According to the 1900 census, she was born in Aug 1826 in Indiana.128 She married Granville Smith AKES (see #14), son of Peter AKERS (AKES) and Susannah (Susan) HARRIS, on 3 Dec 1840 in Jefferson County, Iowa.131,133 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Granville Smith AKES were married on 10 Dec 1840.2 She died on 14 Nov 1913 in near Matkins, Gentry County, Missouri, at age 86.148,124,126 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 14 Nov 1913 in near New Castle, Gentry County, Missouri.24,2 She is buried in Jones Chapel Cemetery, Butler Township (S of New Hampton), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads, "Granville S. AKES, died Mar 19, 1909, aged 89y 9m 10d/Mary his wife, died Nov 14, 1913, aged 86y 3m 7d." The Cemetery Book reads, "AKES, Marry, wife Nov 14, 1913 86y3m7d").124

She was enumerated with Granville AKES on the 9 Jun 1870 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary AKES. She was listed as age 42, keeping house, born in Indiana. Mary W. "Polly" HART was listed in the household of Granville AKES.132 She was enumerated with G. S. AKES on the 2 Jun 1880 census South half of Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary AKES. She was listed as age 56, wife, married. She was born in Indiana, both of her parents were born in Ohio. Mary W. "Polly" HART was listed in the household of G. S. AKES.48 She was enumerated with Granvil S. AKES on the 1900 census Athens Township, Gentry County, Missouri, as Mary AKES. She was listed as wife, age 73, born Aug 1826, in Indiana. Mary W. "Polly" HART was listed in the household of Granvil S. AKES.128

Generation Five

16. Shadrach D.5 NORTHCUTT was born on 4 Mar 1774 South Carolina.85,149 Additional evidence indicates he was born circa 1774 in South Carolina.150 He and Ruth RUNYON (see #17) obtained a marriage license on 22 Mar 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky. (On 22 Mar 1796, Daniel RUNYON consented to the marriage of his daughter, Ruth, to Shadrack NORTHCUTT).151 He married Ruth RUNYON, daughter of Daniel RUNYON and Ann (or Lydia) LENOX (LENNOX), after 22 Mar 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky. He wrote a will on 11 Jul 1850 in Champaign County, Ohio. He died on 11 Jan 1853 in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, at age 78.150,85,149 His will was probated on 1 Feb 1853 in Champaign County, Ohio. He is buried in Nettle Creek Cemetery, Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio. (tombstone reads: "S. D. NORTHCUTT, Died 1/11/1853, Aged 78y 10m 7d").86,149

The only NORTHCUTT listed in the 1790 census of South Carolina was Benjn NORTHCUT. His household was recorded as one male 16 and up (himself) and seven females. The 21 May 1794 the Mason County, Kentucky, tax lists for District No. 3, included Will NORTHCUTT. He was recorded with 1 male over 21 and 4 cattle. On 24 May 1795, the Mason County Tax lists for District No. 3, included Willis and Benjamin NORTHCUTT. Willis was recorded with 2 males over 21, 1 horse, and 3 cattle, and Benjamin had 1 male over 21 and 2 horses.
The 15 Apr 1796 tax list for District No. 3, Mason County, Kentucky, recorded Shadrick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21. Since he was at least 21 on 15 Apr 1796, he must have been born before 15 Apr 1775. Also listed in the same district were Willis NORTHCUT, on 11 May, with one white male over 21 and 10 4-wheel carriages, and Preacher NORTHCUT, on 21 Apr, with one white male over 21, three cattle, and four 4-wheel carriages.
The 18 Aug 1797 tax list for Mason County, Kentucky, recorded Shaderick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21 and one white male over 16 but under 21.152
The 26 May 1800 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Shaderick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21 and one white male over 16 but under 21. The value of his town lots was 33.153
On 30 Jan 1801 he purchased property on High Street in Paris, Bourbon, KY. The deed, recorded 6 Mar 1802, filed in Bourbon County, reads:.

This indenture made this thirtieth day of January in the Year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and one. Between Joseph Duncan and Anne his wife of the town of Paris in the county of Bourbon and Commonwealth of Kentucky of the one part and Shadrach D. Northcot of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth, that the said Joseph Duncan and Ann his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of seventy five pounds current money of Kentucky to them in hand paid by the said Shadrach D. Northcot and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained and sold, aliened and confirmed, and do by these presents, grant, bargain and sell, alien and confirm unto the said Shadrach D. Northcot, his heirs executors and administrators the following part of and ____ lott or parcel of ground, situate in the bounds of the aforesaid town of Pairs on High Street, and known and distinguished on the general plan or platt of the said town by its number (23), beginning at the most northwardly corner of the lott, on High Street aforesaid, and measuring in front on said street thirty three feet and extending back one hundred seven and a half feet. Together with all houses, buildings and improvements thereon, with every singular profit and advantage whatsoever to the said premises belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversions, remunders, rents, issues and profits thereof, and all the estate right, title, interest claim and demands of them the said Joseph Duncan and Anne his wife and their heirs, of, in and to the same. To have and to hold, the said described part of a lot or parcel of ground and premises hereby conveyed and every part thereof with the appurtenances to him the said Shadrach D. Northcot his heirs and assigns to and for the only proper use, benefit and behoof of him the said Shadrach D. Northcot his heirs and assigns forever and the said Joseph Duncan and Anne his wife for themselves and their heirs the said part of a lot or parcel of ground and premises and every part thereof with the appurtenances against the claim and demand of themselves and their heirs and against the claim and demand of all and every other person or persons whatsoever to him the said Shadrach D. Northcot and to his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof the said Joseph Duncan and Anne his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

Signed sealed and delivered )          Joseph Duncan (seal)

in the presence of              )         

Ann Duncan (seal)

Richard Brand

John Keenan

John Blackburn Jn

Bourbon County

         We the subscribers justices of the peace in and for the county aforesaid do certify that we did personally go to the within named Ann the wife of Joseph Duncan and examined her privately and apart from the said Joseph her husband and that she did truely and voluntarily without his persuasions and threats relinquish her right of dower in the estate conveyed by this indenture and that she was willing the same should be recorded in the court of the said county of Bourbon given under our hands and seals this 6th day of March 1801.

        John Metcalfe (seal)

        Alexander Barnett (seal)

Bourbon County          March 6th, 1802

I do certify that this Deed of bargain and sale from Joseph Duncan to Shadrach D. Northcot, was acknowledge before be by the said Joseph Duncan and ordered to be recorded.

         Tho Arnold, C.B.G

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The 19 Jun 1801 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Shaderick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21. The value of his town lots was 50.154
On 19 Oct 1801, he sold their property in Paris, Bourbon, KY. The deed, recorded 20 Oct 1801, filed in Bourbon County, reads:

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This indenture made this ____ day of October in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and one between Shadrach D. Northcut and Ruth his wife of the town of Paris in the County of Bourbon and Commonwealth of Kentucky of the one part and William Paton of the same place of the other part, witnesseth that the said Shadrach D. Northcut and Ruth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of sixty nine pounds, current money of Kentucky to them in hand paid by the said William Paton, at and before, the sealing of these presents the recept of which is hereby acknowledged, have granted bargained and sold, aliened and confirmed and do by these presents grant, bargain and sell, alien and confirm unto the said William Paton his heirs executors and administrators the following part of ___ lott or parcel of ground situate in the bounds of the aforesaid town of Paris on High Street and known and distinguished on the general plan or platt of the said town by its number, 23, beginning at the most northwardly corner of the said lott on High Street aforesaid and measuring in front on said street thirtythree feet and extending back one hundred seven and a half feet. Together with all houses, buildings and improvements thereon, with every singular profit and advantage whatsoever to the said premises belonging or in any wise appertaining and the remunders, rents, issues and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest claim and demands of them the said Shadrach D. Northcut and his wife and their heirs of in and to the same. To have and to hold the said described part of a lot or parcel of ground and premises hereby conveyed and every part thereof with the appurtenances to him the said William Paton his heirs and assigns to and for the only proper use benefit and behalf the said William Paton and his heirs and assigns forever and the said Shadrach D. Northcut and Ruth his wife for themselves and their heirs the said part of a lott or parcel of ground and premises and every part thereof with the appurtenances against the claim and demand of themselves and their heirs and against the claim and demand of all and every other person or persons whattsoever to him the said William Paton and to his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and will forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof the Shadrach D. Northcut and his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

Signed sealed and delivered )          Shadrach D. Northcut, L.S.

in the presence of               )          Ruth Northcut, L.S.

James Brown Jn

William D. Jackston

Bourbon County

         We the subscribers justices of the peace in and for the county afore said do certify that we did personally go to the within named Ruth Northcut the wife of Shadrach D. Northcut and examined her privately and apart from the said Shadrach D. Northcut her husband and that she did truely and voluntarily without his persuasions and threats relinquish her right of dower in the estate by this indenture and that she was willing the same should be recorded in the court of the said county of Bourbon given under our hands and seals this 19th of October 1801.

         James Brown, L.S.

         Alexander Barnett, L.S.

Bourbon County          October 20th, 1801

         I do certify that the Deed of bargain and sale from Shadrach D. Northcut and wife to William Paton, with the certificate of relinquishment of dower thereon endorsed, as acknowledged before me by the said Northcut and ordered to be recorded.

         Tho Arnold

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The 9 Jun 1802 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Shaderich D. NORTHCUTT with one white male over 21.155
On 3 Jun 1803, he was again listed in the Mason Co tax books as Shadrick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21 and one horse. In Apr 1804 (date unknown), the Mason County tax list recorded Shadrick NORTHCUT with one white male over 21, one white male 16 to 21, and 1 horse. The 27 Nov 1804 issue of The Kentucky Gazette mentioned Shadrach D. NORTHCUTT, living at May's Lick in Mason County, regarding a runaway apprentice to the hatting business, William FRY, age 17.156 The Mason County tax list, dated 7 Jun 1805, recorded one white male over 21. Mason County tax books state he was living "south of the North Fork." Mason Co tax books show he was taxed for the 20 acres of land on Bracken Creek in 1805 and 1806.
On 6 Mar 1806 he bought twenty acres of land on Bracken Creek from Philemon THOMAS for "fifty pounds current money of Kentucky." A description of their land follows:.
Twenty acres situate lying and being in the County of Mason and on the waters of Bracken and bounded as follows viz Beginning at a hackberry on John Hopkin's old line and corner to Jesse Pepper thence North 10 1/4 East thirty four and one half poles to a beach on the east side of the road, and an ash on the west side, thence North twenty nine west seventy five poles to a large beech and sugartree thence S56 west thirty four and half poles to a beech and hiccory thence N79 west three and half poles to a beech thence South 30 west ten poles to a hickory and sugartree thence S79 East one hundred and seven poles to the Beginning together with all and singular the houses buildings, watercourses, profits commodities, hereditaments, and apportenances whatsoever to the same, belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the only proper use and behoof of him the said S.D. Northcut, his heirs and assignees forever
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The Mason County Tax lists, dated 12 Jun 1806, recorded Shadrich NORTHCUT, having 20 acres of 2nd rate land on Bracken Creek, with one white male over 21.. Shadrach D. and Ruth sold their property on 2 Jun 1807 to Andrew Smalley Jr for one hundred eighty dollars. It must have been shortly after this that they moved to Ohio. He was one of the pioneers of Champaign County, OH (which was created in 1805 from Green and Franklin Counties and originally comprised the counties of Clark and Logan). He lived on a farm southwest of Westville, near Terre Haute. He is listed in the Poll Book as a voter in the election held in Madriver Township, 8 Oct 1811.157 He was a member of the Grand Jury on the 3rd Monday of January, 1812, in the Court of Common Pleas, Urbana, Champaign, OH.158 In 1815, he was elected a Trustee of Mad River Township.99,159 On 14 Apr 1816, he was among those designated to work on the "State road leading from Urbana to Troy" by the Trustees of Mad River Township in 1816. They were to "begin at the crossing of "Nettle Cricke" and to work the west end as far as the township line.160
On 15 Oct 1816, he purchased eighty one acres from Elijah Bell for $161. The deed, recorded 18 Apr 1817, filed in Champaign Co Deed Book C, page 302, reads:

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This indenture made this fifteenth day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, between Elijah Bell of the County of Champaign and State of Ohio of the one part and Shadrick D. Northcutt of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Elijah Bell for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and sixty one dollars current money of the United States of America to him in hand paid the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs, executorsx and administrators and hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain, sell, alien and confirm unto the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Champaign and State aforesaid (viz) that is beginning at the south west corner of section number fourteen in range eleventh and Township the forth and running from said corner east eighty one poles from thence north one hundred and sixty poles from thence west eighty one poles from thence south one hundred and sixty poles concluding in the whole eighty one acres, together with all improvements, water courses, profits and appurtenances whatsoever to the said premises belonging or in any wise appertaining and the revertions, remainders and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, property claim and demand of him the said Elijah Bell of, in and to the same to have and to hold the lands hereby conveyed with all and singular the premises in and every part and parcel thereof, with every of the appurtenances unto the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs and assigns forever to the only proper use and behalf of him the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs and assigns forever and the said Elijah bell for his heirs and assigns, executors and administrators do covenant, promise and agree to and with the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs and assigns by these presents that the premises before mentioned now are and forever hereafter shall remain free of and from all former and other gifts, grants, bargains, sales, dowers right and title of dower, judgements, executions, titles, troubles, charges and incumbrances whatsoever done or suffered to be done by him the said Elijah Bell and the said Elijah Bell and his heirs all and singular the premises hereby bargained and sold with the appurtenances unto the said Shadrack D. Northcutt his heirs and assigns against himself the said Elijah Bell his heirs and all and every other person or persons whatsoever doth and with warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof him the said Elijah Bell hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presents of us.

Test. John Hallor         Elijah

Bell (seal)

                                          

her

John

Taylor                Susana

x Bell (seal)

                                         

mark

State of Ohio, Champaign County, SS.

Personally appeared before me Elijah Bell and acknowledge the within signature to be his act and deed for the tru intent and purposes therein mentioned. Also his wife Susana Bell and was examined separate and apart from her husband who acknowledged the within signature to be hers & voletarly (sic) done for the same purposes. Given under my hand and seal this 15th day of October 1816.

John Haller (Seal)

Recd. this deed for record March 25th 1817 and recorded April 18th 1817.

David Vance R.C.C.

. He was enumerated on the 1820 census Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as S. D. NORTHCUTT. The census lists his household as one male under 10 (Jeptha, age 3); two males 10-15 (Willis, 10-15, and Runyon, about 15); one male 45 and over (Shadrach, age 46); two females under 10 (Angelia, age 1 and Harriet, age 5); two females 16-25 (Margaret, age 16-20, and Lydia, age 18); and one female 45 and over (Ruth, age 45).161 In 1821 he was elected Justice of the Peace for Mad River Township.162 He was enumerated on the 1830 census Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Shaderic D. NORTHCUT. The census lists his household as one male 10-14 (Jeptha, age 13), one male 50-59 (Shadrach, age 56), two females 15-19 (Angelia was 11, Harriet, age 15), and one female 50-59 (Ruth, age 55).163 He was enumerated on the 1840 census Mad River, Champaign County, Ohio, as S. D. NORTHCUTT. The census lists his household as one male 60-69 (Shadrach, age 66), one female 20-29 (Harriet, age 25), and one female 60-69 (Ruth, age 65).164
A deed, recorded 25 Jan 1850, filed in Champaign Co Deed Book V, page 112, reads:.
Know all men that Shadrach D. Northcutt and Ruth his wife of the County of Champaign and State of Ohio in consideration of the sum of one thousand and five hundred dollars in hand paid by Noah Neese of the same place have bargained and sold and do hereby grant bargain sell and convey unto the said Noah Neese his heirs and assigns forever the following premises situate in the county of Champaign in the state of Ohio and in the Miami River Survey and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the South West corner of section number fourteen in Range eleven and township four and running from said corner east eighty one poles, thence north one hundred and sixty poles, thence west eighty one pole; thence south one hundred and sixty poles to the beginning containing eighty one acres. To have and to hold said premises with the appurtenances unto the said Noah Neese his heirs and assigns forever. And the said Shadrach D. Northcutt for himself and heirs doth hereby covenant unto said Noah Neese his heirs and assigns that he is lawfully seized of the premises aforesaid, and that the premises are free and clear fromm all incumbrances whatever; and that he will forever warrant and defend the same with the appurtenances unto the said Noah Neese his heirs and assigns against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever. In testimony whereof the said Shadrach D. Northcutt and Ruth his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower in the premises have hereunto set their hands and seals 18th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine.

Shadrach D. Northcutt (seal)

Ruth Northcutt (seal)

Signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of

Noah May

Jessee Neese

         Before me the subscriber a Justice of the peace in and for said county personally appeared the above named Shadrach D. Northcutt and Ruth his wife and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the above conveyance to be their voluntary act and deed. And the said Ruth being at the same time examined by me separate and apart from her said husband and the contents of said instrument made known to her by me, then declared that she did voluntary sign seal and acknowledge the same, and that she is still satisfied therewith this 18th day of August A.D. 1849.

Noah May, J.P.

Received this Deed for record Jan 17, 1850 and recorded the same Jan 25 1850.

Decatur Talbott, Recorder

. He is listed as head of household on the 1850 census Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Shadrick NORTHCUTT . The census listed him as age 76, a farmer, born in South Carolina . Enumerated with him were Ruth NORTHCUTT, Noah NEESE, Harriete NEESE, Joseph NEESE, and Jeptha NEESE.165
Champaign County probate records contain the following record:.
On the first day of February A. D. 1853 a writing proporting to be the last Will and Testament of Shadrach D. Northcut late of Champaign County deceased was presented in Court by Jonathan Northcut the Executor Wherin named and thereupon John S. Thomas one of the subscribing witnesses to said writing came and upon oath in open Court testified to the due execution of the same as the last Will and Testament of said Shadrach Northcut and now here William H. McFarland the other subscribing witness to said Will in open Court on oath also testified to the due execution of said Will which said testimony of said subscribing witnesses was duly reducted to writing and filed with said Will and it appearing to the court from said Testimony that said Will was duly attested and executed and that said Testator, at the time of executing the same was of full age of sound mind and memory and not under any restraint, the said Will was admitted to Probate and was together with the Testimony ordered to be secured. The said Will and Testimony is as follows:

        S. V. Baldwin, Judge

In the name of God Amen. I Shadrach D. Northcut have taken with consideration of the uncertainty of this present life and being well stricken in years though of sound mind yet feeble in body have thought my duty to make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (viz). It is my will that all my just debts shall be first paid. I also will and bequeath to my beloved wife all of the money that may be on hand or out in interest be it more or less. Also my carriage, horse and harness together with all the personal property in or about the house on which we have a claim (viz.) three beds and bedding, one bureau, eight chairs, one mantle clock, one gilded cooking glass, one small table with a variety of books and maps during her natural life but after he decease whatever remains of the personal property shall be sold to the best advantage and when collected together with the money that is now or may be standing out it is my will that it shall be divided amongst my Heirs as follows (viz). One equal share to Lydia Baker. One equal share to Elizabeth Owens if she is living, but if deceased it is not to be descended to any children for it is not my will that any of them shall have one dollars worth of Estate but her share in that case to be divided with my other heirs. One equal share which would have fell to my daughter Margaret Kizer deceased I will to her son Perry Kizer, but not any of the rest of Michael Kizers sons do I will anything. One equal share to be divided amongest my son Runyons Heirs Viz: John, Emily and Edmon Northcut. One equal share to my son Willis Northcut. One equal share to my daughter Angelia Overhulser. As to my daughter Hariet Nees I think that I have put enough in her hands and her heirs hands without bequeathing them any more. As to my son Jeptha Northcut he has rec'd one hundred dollars on account for his share be it more or less for which I paid his receipt. I do also hereby appoint my son Jeptha Northcut Executor to this my last Will and Testament in consideration of which I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day of July 11th in the year of our Lord 1850.

        Shadrach D. Northcut (Seal)

Signed and acknowledged in the presence of us

Attest:

Daniel S. Stewart

Harrison R. Stoutemier

We the undersigned do hereby certify that the above named Shadrach D. Northcut called on us as Witnesses to the above signature and acknowledge the above to be his hand writing given under our hands this 1st day of August 1852.

        W. H. McFarland        John S. Thomas

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The eight known children of Shadrach D.5 NORTHCUTT and Ruth RUNYON (see #17) were as follows:

17. Ruth5 RUNYON (Daniel, #34) was born on 5 Mar 1775 New York or New Jersey.200 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 5 Mar 1774 in New Jersey.149 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 7 Jan 1776.85 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 7 Jan 1776 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.24,35 According to the 1860 census, she was born circa 1774 in New Jersey.201 She and Shadrach D. NORTHCUTT (see #16) obtained a marriage license on 22 Mar 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky. (On 22 Mar 1796, Daniel RUNYON consented to the marriage of his daughter, Ruth, to Shadrack NORTHCUTT).151 She married Shadrach D. NORTHCUTT after 22 Mar 1796 in Mason County, Kentucky. She died on 10 May 1865 in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, at age 90.149 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 10 Mar 1867.85 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 10 Mar 1867 in Concord, Champaign County, Ohio.35 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 10 Feb 1868 in Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio.202 She is buried in Nettle Creek Cemetery, Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio. (Tombstone reads: "Ruth, wife of S. D. Northcutt, Died 3/10/1867, Age 91y 2m 3d").86,149

She was enumerated on the 1850 census Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Ruth NORTHCUTT. She was listed as (no age) born in New York.165 She was listed on the in 1860 census Concord, Champaign County, Ohio, She was living with her daughter, Harriet NEESE. She was enumerated on the 6 Jun 1860 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Ruth NORTHCUTT. She was listed as age 86, born in New Jersey.201

18. Jesse5 HARBOUR (Joel, #36) was born on 23 May 1787 Henry County, Virginia.203 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 23 May 1787 in Patrick County, Virginia.204,205 According to the 1850 census, he was born circa 1785 in Virginia.206 He married Jane HALL on 12 Oct 1810 in Patrick County, Virginia.207 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Jane HALL (see #19) were married on 20 Oct 1810.205,208 He married Elizabeth THOMAS, daughter of Charles THOMAS and Deborah JORDAN, on 18 Mar 1836 in Champaign County, Ohio.209,207 He died on 26 Jan 1863 in 1 mile west of Heathtown, Champaign County, Ohio, at age 75.210,207

He moved to Champaign Co, OH, with his parents, shortly after his marriage. According to Beers, he came in 1805, from North Carolina with his brother William. He was one of the earliest settlers of Mad River Township. In 1818, the township was divided and the portion he resided in became Concord Township. He was the father of 32 children, and gave each child 80 acres of land, or its equivalent, when they reached maturity.210 He was listed on the in 1830 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, The 1830 census lists Jesse HARBOUR, on page 5, in Concord Twp, Champaign, OH.211
On 9 Aug 1831, Jesse Harbour, of Champaign County, Ohio, purchased land described as.

the West half of the North West quarter of Section Eighteen, in Township three, of Range twelve, between the Miami Rivers, in the District of lands subject to sale at Cincinnati, Ohio, containing seventy eight acres, and twenty four hundredth of an acre
. He was listed on the in 1840 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, The 1840 census lists Jesse HARBOUR, on page 301, in Concord Twp, Champaign, OH.212 He is listed as head of household on the 3 Sep 1850 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Jesse HARBOUR. The census listed him as age 65, farmer, owning real estate worth $8,000, born in Virginia.206 Another Jesse HARBOUR is listed in the 1850 census, on page 5, in Concord Twp, Champaign, OH.213 He is listed as head of household on the 6 Jun 1860 census Concord Township, Champaign County, Ohio, as Jesse HARBOR. The census listed him as age 73, farmer, owning real estate worth $7,000 and personal property worth $2,000, born in Virginia. Enumerated with him were Elizabeth HARBOR, Charles HARBOR, Jane HARBOR, Mary C. HARBOR, Nancy HARBOR, Judy HARBOR, Simeon HARBOR, and David HARBOR.214

The 13 known children of Jesse5 HARBOUR and Jane HALL (see #19) were as follows:

19. Jane5 HALL was born on 7 Feb 1792.207 She married Jesse HARBOUR, son of Joel HARBOUR and Sarah PACKARD, on 12 Oct 1810 in Patrick County, Virginia.207 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Jesse HARBOUR (see #18) were married on 20 Oct 1810.205,208 She died on 17 May 1834 in Champaign County, Ohio, at age 42 . (She died in childbirth of her 13th child).207

20. James M.5 MITCHELL (John, #40) was born on 24 Apr 1810 Ohio.8,222 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 23 Apr 1810.223 According to the 1860 census, he was born circa 1811 in Ohio.42 According to the 1850 census, he was born circa 1810 in Ohio.110 According to the 1870 census, he was born circa 1810 in Ohio.43 He married Lucinda Elizabeth CORBIN (see #21), daughter of Luther Colvin CORBIN and Mary "Polly" SHARP, on 23 Feb 1832 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. (Marriage index reads: James MITCHELL and Lucinda CORBIN.).8,224 He died on 2 Apr 1879 in Harrison County, Missouri, at age 68.8,223 He is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Mitchellville (SW of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "(top of stone missing), Died Apr 2, 1879, Aged 68y 11m & 9d").223


On 1 Nov 1848, James M. MITCHELL, of Harrison County, Missouri, purchased land described as:.225

the North West quarter of the South West quarter of Section twenty three, in Township Sixty three, of Range twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Plattsburg, Missouri, containing forty acres.
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On 1 Nov 1848, James M. MITCHELL, of Harrison County, Missouri, purchased land described as:.226
the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section twenty nine, in Township Sixty three, of Range twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Plattsburg, Missouri, containing forty acres.
. James M. MITCHELL was among those who arrived in Harrison County, Missouri, prior to 1850.227 He is listed as head of household on the 1850 census Harrison County, Missouri, as James M. MITCHELL. The census listed him as age 40, born in Ohio.110
On 1 Dec 1851, James M. MITCHELL, of Harrison County, Missouri, purchased land described as:.228
the South West quarter of the North West quarter of Section fifteen, in Township Sixty three, of Range Twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Plattsburg, Missouri, containing forty acres.
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On 2 Oct 1854, James M. MITCHELL, of Harrison County, Missouri, purchased land described as:.229
the South East quarter of the South East quarter of Section thirty two, in Township sixty three, of Range twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Plattsburg, Missouri, containing forty acres.
. He was enumerated with Edward C. MITCHELL on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as James M. MITCHELL. He was listed as age 49, farmer, owning real estate worth $1,470 and personal property worth $2,700, born in Oho. James M. MITCHELL was listed in the household of Edward C. MITCHELL.42 He is listed as head of household on the 16 Jul 1870 census Cypress Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as James MITCHELL. The census listed him as age 60, farmer, owning real estate worth $2,000 and personal property worth $600, born in Ohio. Enumerated with him were Lucinda MITCHELL, John MITCHELL, and Martha MITCHELL.43 The 1876 Atlas of Harrison County, Missouri, indicates J.M. MITCHELL owned 85 acres in Bethany Township (T63N, R28W). The land included 40 acres in the North East quarter of the North West quarter and 40 acres in the North West Quarter of the North East quarter and 5 acres in the North East quarter of South East quarter of the North West quarter of Section 32.84

The 10 known children of James M.5 MITCHELL and Lucinda Elizabeth CORBIN (see #21) were as follows:

21. Lucinda Elizabeth5 CORBIN (Luther Colvin, #42) was born on 15 Dec 1813 Ohio.8,223 According to the 1850 census, she was born circa 1814 in Ohio.110 According to the 1860 census, she was born circa 1813 in Ohio.42 According to the 1870 census, she was born circa 1817 in Ohio.43 She married James M. MITCHELL (see #20), son of John MITCHELL and Ann PLUMMER, on 23 Feb 1832 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. (Marriage index reads: James MITCHELL and Lucinda CORBIN.).8,224 She died on 15 Aug 1883 in Harrison County, Missouri, at age 69.8,223 She is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Mitchellville (SW of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "Lucinda E., wife of J. M. Mitchell, Born Dec 15, 1813, Died Aug 15, 1883, Aged 69 yrs & 8 mos").223

She was a midwife. She was enumerated with Edward C. MITCHELL on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Lucinda MITCHELL. She was listed as age 45, born in Ohio. Lucinda Elizabeth CORBIN was listed in the household of Edward C. MITCHELL.42 She was enumerated with James MITCHELL on the 16 Jul 1870 census Cypress Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Lucinda MITCHELL. She was listed as age 53, housekeeper, born in Ohio. Lucinda Elizabeth CORBIN was listed in the household of James MITCHELL.43

22. Thomas5 FLINT (William, #44) was born on 20 May 1798 Worcester County, Maryland.240,241 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 20 Jun 1798.242 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 4 Jul 1798.243 According to the 1800 census, he was born between 1791 and 1800.244 He married Rachel FOSTER (see #23), daughter of Thomas FOSTER and Rachel THOMAS, in 1816 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.8,240,241 He died on 3 May 1846 in Harrison County, Missouri, at age 47.8,240,241 Conflicting evidence indicates he died on 5 May 1846.242,245 He is buried in McClary Cemetery, NE of Coffey, Daviess County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: Thomas FLINT, died May 5, 1846, age 47y 10m 1d. Cemetery Book reads: FLINT, Thomas, d. May 5, 1846, age 47y 10m 1d).245,242,246

A Thomas FLINT was a Justice of the Peace in Franklin County, Indiana. It is not certain if it was this Thomas, who was about 26, or his cousin (son of John & Elizabeth), who was about 23.247 On 15 Mar 1837, Thomas FLINT, of Franklin County, Indiana, purchased land described as.248

the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section thirty five, in Township twelve North, of Range seven East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Indianapolis, Indiana, containing forty acres.
. On 1 Aug 1837, Thomas FLINT, of Franklin County, Indiana, purchased land described as.249
the South West quarter of the South West quarter of Section twenty six, in Township twelve North, of Range seven East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Indianapolis, Indiana, containing forty acres.
. He was listed on the in 1840 census Franklin County, Indiana, There are two Thomas FLINTs listed in the 1840 Census of Franklin County, IN, on page 257 and page 262.241

In 1840, he moved his family to Missouri, settling in Daviess County, in what is now Harrison County, and was one of the first settlers in what is now Bethany Township. (Wanamaker states 1839, but he was listed in the 1840 census in Indiana and must have moved that year.).250,251 He settled near John FOSTER, about three miles southeast of the present site of Bethany. He was a minister in the Christian Church.252 In 1845, Harrison County was created from Daviess County and Thomas FLINT was appointed a justice of the peace for the temporary, North Township. In May 1845, Thomas FLINT resigned his commission as justice of the peace for North Township and was appointed circuit and county clerk, for the newly organized County. In Jul 1845, Thomas FLINT was allowed $72.65 for services as clerk.253 At the time of his death, Thomas was the County Clerk of Harrison County.254,251,255 Thomas FLINT, and his son John, were among those who arrived in Harrison County, Missouri, prior to 1850.227

The 10 known children of Thomas5 FLINT and Rachel FOSTER (see #23) were as follows:

23. Rachel5 FOSTER (Thomas, #46) was born on 19 Jun 1800 Ohio.283 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 18 Nov 1799.265 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 19 Nov 1800.116 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 19 Jun 1801 in Indiana.8 According to the 1860 census, she was born circa 1801 in Indiana.284 She married Thomas FLINT (see #22), son of William FLINT and Temperance HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS), in 1816 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.8,240,241 She died on 4 Mar 1866 in Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri, at age 65.8,283,116,265 She is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Sherman Township (SE of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri. (Tombstone reads: "Rachel, wife of Thomas FLINT, died Mar 4, 1866, aged 65yrs 3m's & 15 d's." The Cemetery Book reads, "FLINT, Rachel, wife d. Mar 4, 1866 66y3m16d").283,116,265

On 1 Aug 1848, Rachel FLINT, of Harrison County, Missouri, purchased land described as:

the North half of the Sorth East quarter of Section Twenty five, in Township sixty three, of Range twenty eight, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Jackson, Missouri, containing eighty acres.285 She is listed as head of household on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Missouri, as Rachel FLINT. The census listed her as age 59, farmer, owning real estate $680 and personal property worth $45, born in Indiana. Enumerated with her were Joseph FLINT and Mariah FLINT.276

24. Hugh5 PARKS (Hugh, #48) was born on 4 Dec 1790 South Carolina.286,287 He married Nancy TAYLOR or DRY (see #25).288

He was a farmer in Gentry Co, MO. It is not certain that Henry, John, and James are his children. (Son Ben and his middle name "Simpson" were obtained from Carolyn Pasquier. Simpson was the middle name of his grandson and no record has been found indicating he had a middle name.). A Hugh PARK is listed in the IGI as the son of John PARK and Sarah MABEN, born c1792 in South Carolina.289 According to Paul PARKS, they lived in Shelby and Henry Counties, Kentucky. He remained in Kentucky when his parents and the remainder of the family moved to Indiana.290 The 1861 tax list for Gentry County, Missouri, lists Hugh PARKS having personal property worth $10, owning 160 acres in Section 1, Township 62, Range 32. The land was valued at $420 and included a house and 20 improved acres. He did not pay a poll tax.121

The eight known children of Hugh5 PARKS and Nancy TAYLOR or DRY (see #25) were as follows:

25. Nancy5 TAYLOR or DRY was born circa 1794 Virginia. She married Hugh PARKS (see #24), son of Hugh PARKS and Elizabeth BARNHILL.288 She died on 4 Jun 1867.24

26. John Francis5 JACOBY (Jacob, #52) was born in 1809.298 He married Matilda ROBINSON (see #27). He died on 27 Mar 1857.

The three known children of John Francis5 JACOBY and Matilda ROBINSON (see #27) were as follows:

27. Matilda5 ROBINSON married John Francis JACOBY (see #26), son of Jacob JACOBY and Mary STARK. She died on 19 Aug 1833.

28. Peter5 AKERS (AKES) (Mr AKERS, #56) was born on 24 Oct 1771 Baden, Germany.24,16,133 He married Priscilla (--?--). He married Susannah (Susan) HARRIS (see #29) on 16 Jul 1811 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky.24,35 He died on 23 Aug 1835 at age 63.299,133 He is buried in Macoupin County, Illinois.300

In 1799, Peter ACRES was listed in the Jessamine County, Kentucky, tax list. The same year, he signed as a witness for the will of Charles WEBBER. In 1800 he was listed as an Ensign, 9th Regiment. The 1800 Jessamine County, tax list, records Peter AKERS, Thomas AKERS Sr, and Thomas AKERS Jr. The 1802 Jessamine County tax lists record the following: 27 Apr 1802, Peter and Frederick AKERS, 28 Apr 1802, Thomas AKERS, and 3 Aug 1802, Thomas AKERS. In Mar 1804, Jessamine Co was divided into four sections. The eastward side of the Hickman River was divided into two districts by Todd Road, and Peter, whose house was on the west side of the road was appointed constable of the upper, or North district. He resigned in Dec 1805. The 1806 Lincoln County tax lists records Peter AKES. The 1808 and 1809 Lincoln County tax lists, show both Peter and Frederick AKES. He was enumerated on the 1810 census Rockcastle County, Kentucky, as Peter AKES. His household was listed as two males under 10, two males 10-15, one male 16-25, two females under 10, three females 10-15, one female 16-25, and one female 26-44.301 In 1810, Rockcastle Co was formed out of Jessamine Co. About this same time, Peter and Frederick seem to have changed their name to AKES. The 1811 Rockcastle County tax list show both Peter and Frederick AKES. The 1813 Rockcastle County tax list includes Merideth, Peter, Frederick, and William AKIS. On the 1816 Rockcastle tax tlst, Frederick, Merideth, and Peter are listed. Sometime between 1816-1820, Peter and his second wife, Susannah, moved their family to Daviess Co, KY. In 1824 and 1825 he was in Todd and Logan Counties, living on the WIpperwill. By 1827 they moved to Macoupin Co, IL, where he built a horse mill on Macoupin Creek. He purchased forty acres of land (NENW, Section 10, Township 10N, Range 6W, Meridian 3) in Macoupin Co, IL, on 16 Oct 1832. The price was $1.25 per acres, total price $50. On 18 Apr 1833, he sold, for $50, 80 acres (E half of SE quarter of Section 4, Township 10N, Range 6W, Meridian 3) acres (NE quarter of the NW quarter of Section 10, Township 10N Range 6W Meridian 3) to William E. STARR of Madison Co. On 16 Oct 1832, Peter AKES, Sen, paid $1.25 per acre for 40 acres of land in Macoupin County, Illinois, described as.302

the North East quarter of the North West quarter of Section 10, in Township 10 North of Range 6 West of the 3rd Meridian
. On 18 Apr 1833, he sold 80 acres of land in Macoupin County to William E. STARR of Madison County, Illinois, for $50. The land was desdribed as.
the East half of the South East quarter of Section four, in Township ten North of Range six West of the 3rd Meridian
.

The nine known children of Peter5 AKERS (AKES) and Susannah (Susan) HARRIS (see #29) were as follows:

29. Susannah (Susan)5 HARRIS was born circa 1778 Virginia.300 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 12 Oct 1793 in Virginia.35 She married Peter AKERS (AKES) (see #28), son of Mr AKERS, on 16 Jul 1811 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky.24,35 She married Frederick PITZER on 14 Apr 1836 in Macoupin County, Illinois. (State index reads: Frederick PITZER and Susan AKERS.).16,316 She married Absalom (Absalem) HART, son of Heth HART and Elizabeth (--?--), on 17 Feb 1840 in Jefferson County, Iowa.16,35 She died on 19 Sep 1865 in Little Sioux, Harrison County, Iowa.300,35

30. Absalom (Absalem)5 HART (Heth, #60) was born on 15 Jul 1797 North Carolina or Tennessee.317 He was born on 15 Aug 1797 North Carolina.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 20 Aug 1797 in Chatham County, North Carolina.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 15 Sep 1797 in Chatham County, North Carolina.318,319 He married Deborah HODGSON (HODSON) (see #31), daughter of George HODGSON (HODSON) and Rachel Christy OLDHAM, on 22 Jan 1820.317 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Deborah HODGSON (HODSON) were married on 20 Dec 1820 in Highland County, Ohio.320 Additional evidence indicates he and Deborah HODGSON (HODSON) were married on 20 Dec 1820 in Union Township, Highland County, Ohio.321 He married Susannah (Susan) HARRIS on 17 Feb 1840 in Jefferson County, Iowa.16,35 He died circa 1847.16 He died in 1853 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.35 Additional information indicated he died in Des Moines River, Iowa.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in 1878.317

In 1827, he moved his family from Highland Co, OH, to Madison Co, IN, and in 1839 to Henry Co, IA, where his wife died. His second wife, Susannah HARRIS, was the widow of Peter AKES, who died in 1835, and Frederick PITZER, who died in 1839. In 1842, they moved to Jefferson Co, IA, in 1844, they moved to St Joseph, Buchanan, MO, and in 1845, they moved back to Jefferson Co, IA. On 8 Jun 1833, Absolem HART, of Madison County, Indiana, purchased land described as:

the East half of the North East quarter of Section twenty one, in Township eighteen North, of Range Eight East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Indianapolis, Indiana, containing eighty acres.322 On 5 Aug 1834, Absolem HART, of Madison County, Indiana, purchased land described as:

the West half of the South East quarter of Section Thirty five, in Township Twenty North, of Range Eight East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Indianapolis, Indiana, containing eighty acres.323 On 2 Sep 1834, Absalom HART, of Madison County, Indiana, purchased land described as:

the East half of the South East quarter of Section Five, in Township Twenty nine North, of Range Seven East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Fort Wayne, Indiana, containing eighty acres.324 On 1 Oct 1835, Absalom HART, of Lawrence County, Indiana, purchased land described as:

the South West quarter of the North West quarter of Section thirty two, in Township six North, of Range One West, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Vincennes, Indiana, containing forty acres.325

The nine known children of Absalom (Absalem)5 HART and Deborah HODGSON (HODSON) (see #31) were as follows:

31. Deborah5 HODGSON (HODSON) (George, #62) was born on 15 Mar 1789 of Guilford County, North Carolina.329 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 29 Jun 1804.317 She married Absalom (Absalem) HART (see #30), son of Heth HART and Elizabeth (--?--), on 22 Jan 1820.317 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Absalom (Absalem) HART were married on 20 Dec 1820 in Highland County, Ohio.320 Additional evidence indicates she and Absalom (Absalem) HART were married on 20 Dec 1820 in Union Township, Highland County, Ohio.321 She died in 1839 in Henry County, Iowa.317

Generation Six

34. Daniel6 RUNYON (Benjamin, #68) was born in 1750 Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.200,330 Additional evidence indicates he was born on 29 Aug 1750 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.35 He married Ann (or Lydia) LENOX (LENNOX) (see #35) circa 1771.331,35 He married Rachel MORRIS, daughter of Daniel MORRIS and Rachel (--?--), circa 1785 in New Jersey.331,24 He died circa 1815 in Mayslick, Mason County, Kentucky.331 His will was probated on 9 May 1815 in Mason County, Kentucky.331 Additional information indicated he died on 24 Dec 1817 in Mayslick, Mason County, Kentucky.35

After the death of his first wife, he remarried, and in 1787 moved his family to Kentucky. They came by the Wilderness Road and settled at Mayslick, Mason Co. He purchased land at or near Mayslick and held much valuable land in Mason County. He also owned several slaves. The 13 Apr 1791 issue of the The Kentucky Gazette mention Daniel RUNYEN living 2 miles from the Bourbon County Courthouse.332 On 25 Mar 1792, Daniel RUNYON was listed in the Bourbon County, Kentucky, tax books, with one white male over 21, 10 horses, and 36 cattle.333 On 6 Nov 1793, Daniel RUNYON was listed in the Bourbon County, Kentucky, tax books, with one white male over 21, three horses, and 17 cattle.334 On 12 Jun 1794, Daniel RUNYAN was listed in the Mason County, Kentucky tax books. He was listed with one white male over 21, four horses, and 39 cattle. On 4 Aug 1796, Daniel RUNYAN was listed in the Mason County, Kentucky, tax books with 125 acres of land on Mason watercourse. He was listed with one white male over 21, six cattle, and seven 4-wheeled carriages. On 22 Aug 1797, Daniel RUNYAN was listed in the Mason County, Kentucky, tax books with 125 acres of land on Mason watercourse. He was listed with two white males over 21 and four horses. He is listed in the 1800 Tax List of Mason County, Kentucky. On 26 Apr 1803, he was listed in the Mason Co, KY tax books. He was listed with one white male over 21, one black over 16, one total blacks, and four horses. On 20 Jun 1805, he was listed in the Mason County, Kentucky, tax books with 142 acres of land on Lee's Creek, one white male 16 to 21, one black over 16, three total blacks, and five horses. On 11 Jun 1806, he was listed in the Mason Co, KY tax books with 142 acres of land near Lee's Creek, one white male over 21, three white males over 16 but under 21, one black over 16, four total blacks, and five horses. On 24 Jul 1807, he was listed in the Mason Co, KY tax books on with 142 acres of land near Lee's Creek, one white male over 21, one white male over 16 but under 21, one black over 16, four total blacks, and 6 horses. On 2 Jun 1808, he was listed in the Mason Co, KY tax books with 142 acres of land near Lee's Creek, one white male over 21, one white male over 16 but under 21, one black over 16, five total blacks, and 4 horses). In 1809, e was listed in the Mason Co, KY tax books with 142 acres of land near Lee's Creek, one white male over 21, one white male over 16 but under 21, five total blacks, and four horses.

The four known children of Daniel6 RUNYON and Ann (or Lydia) LENOX (LENNOX) (see #35) were as follows:

35. Ann (or Lydia)6 LENOX (LENNOX) married Daniel RUNYON (see #34), son of Benjamin RUNYON and Ann (Anna) Van COURT (twin), circa 1771.331,35

36. Joel6 HARBOUR (Talmon, #72) was born in 1750 Virginia.338,207 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born circa 1760 in Virginia.339,340 He married Sarah PACKARD (see #37) in 1780 in Henry County, Virginia.329,207 He died circa 1814 in Champaign County, Ohio.207

In 1777, he took the oath of allegience in Henry County, VA. He appears to have served three months as a private in the Virginia Militia.205 They owned 464 acres in the part of Henry Co, VA, which became Patrick Co.205 He was one of the early settlers of Champaign Co, OH, arriving in Mad River Twp in 1806. In 1813 he moved to the area of Mad River Twp later set off as Adams Twp. Elisha HARBOUR, probably his son, was appointed administrator of his estate 5 Dec 1814. Harden HARBOUR, of Champaign County, Ohio, who purchased land on 10 Nov 1831, may have been another son.341 In 1809, Joel and Sarah sold their land in Patrick Co, VA, and joined their sons, Elisha and William, in Champaign Co, OH. Their son Jesse and his wife, Jane, made the journey with them.205 The following were recorded and may be children, or grandchildren, of Joel and Sarah HARBOUR:

Abner HARBOUR, 1810 Champaign Co, OH, tax list, Book 407, page 51.

Elijah HARBOUR, 1850 census, Champaign Co, Mad River Twp, page 434.

Isaiah W. HARBOUR, 1830 census, Hamilton Co, Columbia Twp, page 184.

Jonathan HARBOUR, 1830 census, Champaign Co, Goshen Twp, page 9.

Robert HARBOUR, 1830 census, Champaign Co, Goshen Twp, page 9.

William HARBOUR, 1810 Champaign Co, tax list, Book 407, page 51.

William HARBOUR, 1830 census, Champaign Co, Goshen Twp, page 5.

William HARBOUR, 1840 census, Champaign Co, Goshen Twp, page 299.

William HARBOUR, 1850 census, Champaign Co, Goshen Twp, page 311.

The five known children of Joel6 HARBOUR and Sarah PACKARD (see #37) were as follows:

37. Sarah6 PACKARD was born in Mar 1756.205,207 She married Joel HARBOUR (see #36), son of Talmon HARBOUR and Mary WRIGHT, in 1780 in Henry County, Virginia.329,207 She died in Apr 1850 at age 94.205,207

Sarah was captured and held by Shawnee Indians as a child. She was rescued by whites after all her family had been murdered by the Shawnees.207

40. John6 MITCHELL (John, #80). According to the 1860 census, he was born circa 1778 in Pennsylvania.350 He married Ann PLUMMER (see #41) on 25 Jun 1805 in Washington County, Ohio.329 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Ann PLUMMER were married in 1806 in Belmont County, Ohio.35 He married Sarah HART on 27 May 1812 in Belmont County, Ohio. He married Milicent (--?--) before 1825.35 He married Jane HUNT on 1 Dec 1855 in Harrison County, Missouri. (marriage records read: John MITCHELL & Jane HUNT.).113 He died in 1863 in Harrison County, Missouri.35

He was a farmer. In 1860 John and Jane were living in Bethany Township, Harrison Co, MO. He was 82 years old, born in Pennsylvania, and she was 67, born in South Carolina. His real estate was worth $200 and his property was worth $200.
On 15 Jul 1825, John MITCHELL, of Belmont County, Ohio, purchased land described as.351

the East half of the South West quarter of section Thirty Six, in township five, of range four, in the District of Marietta, State of Ohio, Containing seventy nine acres and eighty eight hundredths of an acre.
. John MITCHELL, and his sons Daniel, Jacob, and James M., were among those who arrived in Harrison County, Missouri, prior to 1850. Also listed is William MITCHELL, but it is not know if he is related.227 He is listed as head of household on the 3 Jul 1860 census Bethany Township, Harrison County, Ohio, as John MITCHELL. The census listed him as age 82, farmer, owning real estate worth $200 and personal property worth $200, born in Pennsylvania. Enumerated with him were Jane MITCHELL and Ellen REHAY.350

The two known children of John6 MITCHELL and Ann PLUMMER (see #41) both born in Ohio were as follows:

41. Ann6 PLUMMER was born circa 1786 Pennsylvania.35 She married John MITCHELL (see #40), son of John MITCHELL and Jannett CLARK, on 25 Jun 1805 in Washington County, Ohio.329 Conflicting evidence indicates she and John MITCHELL were married in 1806 in Belmont County, Ohio.35 She died in Belmont County, Ohio.35

42. Luther Colvin6 CORBIN (Edward Eastman, #84) was born on 1 Apr 1775 Middletown Township, Rutland County, Vermont.35,352 He married Miss ABBOTT before 1798.35 He married Mary "Polly" SHARP (see #43), daughter of Abraham SHARP (SCHARP) and Jacomyntje (Jemima) Van DEUSEN, on 10 May 1800 in Rutland County, Vermont.35,353 He died in Aug 1831 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana, at age 56.35

On 25 May 1825, Luther C. CORBIN, of Wabash County, Indiana, purchased land described as.354
the west fraction of the South East quarter of Section Seventeen, in Township Twenty Two north, of Range three west, in the District of Terre Haute and State of Indiana, containing Twenty Two Acres.
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On 10 Apr 1826, Luther C. CORBIN, of Wabash County, Indiana, purchased land described as.355
the West fraction of the North East quarter of Section Twenty, in Township twenty two north, of range three west, in the District of lands offered for sale at Crawfordsville in the State of Indiana, containing Twenty three acres and sixty hundredths of an acre.
.
On 2 Apr 1829, Luther C. CORBIN, purchased land described as.356
the East half of the South West quarter of Section Seventeen, in township twenty two north of range three west, in the District of lands offered for sale at Crawfordsville, Indiana, Containing Eighty acres.
.

The nine known children of Luther Colvin6 CORBIN and Mary "Polly" SHARP (see #43) were as follows:

43. Mary "Polly"6 SHARP (Abraham SHARP (SCHARP), #86) was born in 1779 New York.35 She married Luther Colvin CORBIN (see #42), son of Edward Eastman CORBIN and Experience "Charity" COLVIN, on 10 May 1800 in Rutland County, Vermont.35,353 She married Edward CULLUM on 17 Feb 1832 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.35

44. William6 FLINT (Thomas, #88) was born on 15 Jul 1765 Worcester Couty, Maryland.362 Additional evidence indicates he was born circa 1766 in Worcester County, Maryland.241 According to the 1800 census, he was born between 1756 and 1774.244 He married Temperance HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (see #45), daughter of Joseph HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS), before 1792 in Worcester/Wicomico County, Maryland.241 He died between 1810 and 1812 in Maryland.241

He was enumerated on the 1800 census Worcester County, Maryland, as William FLINT. His household was recorded as two males under 10, one male 26-44, one female under 10, and one female 26-44.241,363

The six known children of William6 FLINT and Temperance HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (see #45) were as follows:

45. Temperance6 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (Joseph, #90) was born circa 1770.241 According to the 1800 census, she was born between 1756 and 1774.244 She married William FLINT (see #44), son of Thomas FLINT and Sarah (--?--), before 1792 in Worcester/Wicomico County, Maryland.241 She died on 20 Nov 1833 in Union County, Indiana.241 Conflicting evidence indicates she died in 1820 in Hamilton County, Ohio.240 She is buried on 22 Nov 1833 in New Hope Cemetery, Union County, Indiana.241

About 1811, Temperance moved her family to Indiana. On 11 Aug 1814, in Hamilton County, Ohio, Temperance FLINT was named administrator for the estate of John FLINT.241 She was listed on the in 1820 census Franklin County, Indiana.241

46. Thomas6 FOSTER (William, #92) was born on 12 Nov 1772 Muddy Creek, York County, Pennsylvania.283 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 18 Nov 1772 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.240 He married Rachel THOMAS (see #47) in 1795 in Pennsylvania.283 He died on 28 Nov 1855 at age 83.283 Conflicting evidence indicates he died on 28 Nov 1853.240 He is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Sherman Township (SE of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri.

He was born in what was then Maryland but is now part of Pennsylvania.380 After the birth of their son, David, they moved to Hamilton County, Ohio, near Cincinnati. Later, they lived in Rush and Franklin Counties, Indiana. They also lived in Illinois, and finally moved to the Grand River Country in northwest Missouri. They came in 13 covered wagons, sometimes called Prairie Schooners, each drawn by two horses, besides a number who rode on horseback. Their group included about 42 people who made the 500 mile trip, settling in Daviess and Harrison Counties. In Missouri, prairie sod was so tough it was difficult to put into cultivation and good water was difficult to find on the prairies. For these reasons the settlements were made near where the timber and prairie joined. Thomas and Rachel had about 80 acres of good white-oak timber and prairie. They cut prairie grass for hay, used wild meats altogether and cultivated Indian corn for bread.381 Thomas and his family moved west about 1838, settling in Daviess County, Missouri. Thomas settled in the norther portion of the county that is now Harrison County and his son, David, settled about three miles east of Coffey.380 Thomas FOSTER was among those who arrived in Harrison County, Missouri, prior to 1850.227

The nine known children of Thomas6 FOSTER and Rachel THOMAS (see #47) were as follows:

47. Rachel6 THOMAS was born on 28 Nov 1774 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.35,283 She married Thomas FOSTER (see #46), son of William FOSTER, in 1795 in Pennsylvania.283 She died in 1856 in Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri.35,283 She is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Sherman Township (SE of Bethany), Harrison County, Missouri.35

After the birth of their son, David, they moved to Hamilton County, Ohio, near Cincinnati. Later, they lived in Rush and Franklin Counties, Indiana. They also lived in Illinois, and finally moved to the Grand River Country in northwest Missouri. They came in 13 covered wagons, sometimes called Prairie Schooners, each drawn by two horses, besides a number who rode on horseback. Their group included about 42 people who made the 500 mile trip, settling in Daviess and Harrison Counties. In Missouri, prairie sod was so tough it was difficult to put into cultivation and good water was difficult to find on the prairies. For these reasons the settlements were made near where the timber and prairie joined. Thomas and Rachel had about 80 acres of good white-oak timber and prairie. They cut prairie grass for hay, used wild meats altogether and cultivated Indian corn for bread.381

48. Hugh6 PARKS (Samuel, #96) was born on 15 Feb 1757 (prob) Orange County, North Carolina.393 He married Elizabeth BARNHILL (see #49) on 18 Dec 1781.394 He died on 31 Dec 1838 in Johnson Township, Scott County, Indiana, at age 81.395 Conflicting evidence indicates he died on 13 Dec 1838.396

Hugh served during the Revolutionary War. On 20 May 1776, He enlisted in Col Polk's regiment, under Capt William GOODMAN. He fought in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown in Pennsylvania. He also served six months under Capt Roger MOORE, North Carolina Line. On 20 May 1779, he was discharged in New Jersey.397 On 23 Jun 1801, he received his military land grant in Greenville County, South Carolina. He was granted 261 acres of land along Buck Horn Creek.397 Between 1814-1816, leaving their three oldest children in South Carolina, Hugh and Mary and 10 of their children traveled through the Cumberland Gap, to Shelby County, Kentucky.398 In 1816, Hugh purchased 160 acres of land in section 12 & 13, Township 3 North, Range 7 East, one and a half miles west of Blocher, Jefferson County (now Scott County), Indiana. Their son, Hugh, remained in Kentucky and the rest of the family moved north to Indiana.398 On 1 Aug 1838, Hugh PARKS of Scott County, Indiana, purchased land in Scott County, Indiana, described as:

the North East quarter of the South East quarter of section thirty four, in Township four North, of Range six East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville, Indiana, containing 40 acres.399 On 1 Aug 1838, Hugh PARKS of Scott County, Indiana, purchased land in Scott County, Indiana, described as:

the North West quarter of the South East quarter of section thirty four, in Township four North, of Range six East, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville, Indiana, containing 40 acres.400

The 14 known children of Hugh6 PARKS and Elizabeth BARNHILL (see #49) all born in South Carolina were as follows:

49. Elizabeth6 BARNHILL married Hugh PARKS (see #48), son of Samuel PARKS and Mary VAUGHAN, on 18 Dec 1781.394 She died on 13 May 1844.393

52. Jacob6 JACOBY (John 'Francis' Lucas, #104) was born on 24 Sep 1779.298 He married Littia Crawford ESTES.298 He married Sarah HARRIS.415,298 He married Mary STARK (see #53), daughter of James STARK and Jane FRISTOE, on 27 Apr 1808.298 He died on 28 Jan 1843 at age 63.416

The 17 Jun 1801 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Jacob JACOBA, with one white male over 21.154 The 31 May 1803 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Jacob JACOBY, with one white male over 21 and two horses.417 The 11 jun 1806 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Jacob JACOBY, with one white male over 21 and two horses.418

The two known children of Jacob6 JACOBY and Mary STARK (see #53) were as follows:

53. Mary6 STARK (James, #106) married Jacob JACOBY (see #52), son of John 'Francis' Lucas JACOBY and Joanna 'Frederica' (Frederina) LOTSPEICH, on 27 Apr 1808.298 She died on 24 Mar 1829.416

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56. Mr6 AKERS. Since there are at least three children here, it seem probable that they came with one or both of their parents. Thomas and Benjamin ACRES were in Fayette County, Kentucky, by 1796. In 1799, Jessamine County was formed out of Fayette Co and in 1800 a Thomas AKERS Senior and a Thomas AKERS Junior were in Jessamine County.

The four known children of Mr6 AKERS and an unknown spouse were as follows:

60. Heth6 HART (Thomas, #120) was born in 1740 Pennsylvania.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born in 1745 in (poss) Augusta County, Virginia.35 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #61) in 1775 in (poss) Pennsylvania.35 He died in 1832 in on his son's farm, Union Township, Highland County, Ohio.35

He was listed on the in 1820 census index Perry Township, Brown County, Ohio, (page 405). Others listed in the 1820 census include:

Jonathan HART, Eagle Townshp, page 353

Thomas HART, Perry Township, page 405. He was listed on the in 1830 census index Union Township, Highland County, Ohio, (page 22). Others listed in the 1830 census include:

Andrew HART, Union Township, Highland County, page 22

James HART, Concord Township, Highland County, page 37

Joel HART, Liberty Township, Highland County, page 8

John HART, Jackson Township, Highland County, page 41

John HART, Union Township, Highland County, page 22

Miles HART, Union Township, Highland County, page 20

Silas HART, Paint Township, Highland County, page 85. The 1830 census lists another Heth HART in Henderson County, Tennessee (page 81). Other listed include:

James HART, Henderson County, page 12

John N. HART, Henderson County, page 12

Thomas HART, Henderson County, page 79.

The 10 known children of Heth6 HART and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #61) were as follows:

61. Elizabeth6 (--?--) was born in 1750 Pennsylvania.35 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born in 1755 in Chatham County, North Carolina.35 She married Heth HART (see #60), son of Thomas HART and Esther (Hester) MILES, in 1775 in (poss) Pennsylvania.35 She died in Union Township, Highland County, Ohio.35

62. George6 HODGSON (HODSON) (George HODGSON, #124) was born in 1737 of Guilford County, North Carolina.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born in 1733 in Pennsylvania.317 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born in 1744.424 He married Rachel Christy OLDHAM (see #63), daughter of William OLDHAM and Sarah DICKS, on 27 Nov 1764 in (prob) Rowan County, North Carolina.35,425 He died on 1 Jan 1808.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in 1813.424

They lived at Greensboro, Guilford, NC. They were Quakers.

The 10 known children of George6 HODGSON (HODSON) and Rachel Christy OLDHAM (see #63) were as follows:

63. Rachel Christy6 OLDHAM (William, #126) was born circa 1737.35 She married George HODGSON (HODSON) (see #62), son of George HODGSON and Mary THATCHER, on 27 Nov 1764 in (prob) Rowan County, North Carolina.35,425

Generation Seven

68. Benjamin7 RUNYON (Peter, #136) was born on 21 Dec 1729 Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.426,35 He married Ann (Anna) Van COURT (twin) (see #69), daughter of Elias (Lies) Van COURT and Anne (Antje) COOPER, on 5 Jun 1749 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.24,35 He died on 3 Nov 1785 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 55.427,35

The 13 known children of Benjamin7 RUNYON and Ann (Anna) Van COURT (twin) (see #69) were as follows:

69. Ann (Anna)7 Van COURT (twin) (Elias (Lies), #138) was born on 27 Aug 1730 Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey.427,35 She married Benjamin RUNYON (see #68), son of Peter RUNYON and Providence BLACKFORD, on 5 Jun 1749 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.24,35 She died on 19 Aug 1805 in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 74.427,35

72. Talmon7 HARBOUR (Thomas, #144) was born in 1720 Charles City or Goochland County, Virginia.207 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born circa 1718 in Charles City County, Virginia.430,431 He married Mary WRIGHT (see #73) circa 1746.35 He died in 1797 in Franklin County, Georgia.430 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in 1820 in Halifax County, Virginia.207

The eight known children of Talmon7 HARBOUR and Mary WRIGHT (see #73) were as follows:

73. Mary7 WRIGHT was born circa 1726.35 She married Talmon HARBOUR (see #72), son of Thomas HARBOUR and Sarah WITT, circa 1746.35

80. John7 MITCHELL (George, #160) was born on 26 Mar 1760 Pennsylvania.35 He married Jannett CLARK (see #81), daughter of John CLARK, in 1780 in Pennsylvania.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Jannett CLARK were married in 1785 in Pennsylvania.35 He died on 30 Oct 1814 in Belmont County, Ohio, at age 54.35 He is buried in Pease Township, Belmont County, Ohio.35

The two known children of John7 MITCHELL and Jannett CLARK (see #81) were as follows:

81. Jannett7 CLARK (John, #162) was born on 21 Oct 1764 Pennsylvania.35 She married John MITCHELL (see #80), son of George MITCHELL and Elizabeth PORTER, in 1780 in Pennsylvania.35 Conflicting evidence indicates she and John MITCHELL were married in 1785 in Pennsylvania.35 She died in 1820 in Belmont County, Ohio.35 Conflicting evidence indicates she died in 1821 in Belmont County, Ohio.35

84. Edward Eastman7 CORBIN (Thomas, #168) was born on 16 Jul 1733 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut.35 He married Experience "Charity" COLVIN (see #85) circa 1754 in Scituate, Providence County, Rhode Island.432

The nine known children of Edward Eastman7 CORBIN and Experience "Charity" COLVIN (see #85) were as follows:

85. Experience "Charity"7 COLVIN was born circa 1740 Rhode Island.35 She married Edward Eastman CORBIN (see #84), son of Thomas CORBIN and Sarah EASTMAN, circa 1754 in Scituate, Providence County, Rhode Island.432

86. Abraham7 SHARP (SCHARP) (Anderies SHARP (SCHARP/SCHERP), #172) was born before 21 May 1738 Kingston, Ulster County, New York. He was christened on 21 May 1738 in the Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York.329 He married Jacomyntje (Jemima) Van DEUSEN (see #87), daughter of Hendrick Van DEUSEN and Catherina Hartmanse VREELAND, on 15 Jun 1764 in Albany, Albany County, New York.433 He died in Sep 1788 in Fairhaven, Rutland County, Vermont.35 He is buried in Sep 1788 in Fairhaven, Rutland County, Vermont.35

The nine known children of Abraham7 SHARP (SCHARP) and Jacomyntje (Jemima) Van DEUSEN (see #87) were as follows:

87. Jacomyntje (Jemima)7 Van DEUSEN (Hendrick, #174) was born circa 1744 Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut.35 She married Abraham SHARP (SCHARP) (see #86), son of Anderies SHARP (SCHARP/SCHERP) and Johanna FREE (FREER), on 15 Jun 1764 in Albany, Albany County, New York.433

88. Thomas7 FLINT (John, #176) was born (est) circa 1728?. (based on him being married at age 21). He married Sarah (--?--) (see #89) in 1749.241 He wrote a will on 29 Sep 1771 in Worcester County, Maryland. Flint, Thomas, Worcester Co, Maryland, 29 Sep 1771 - 6 Nov 1771. To wife Sarah, Children John, William, Thomas, George, Betty, Nancy, and any unborn child. Mentions land were father John Flint formerly lived called "Hoggs Purchase," tract "Flints Safegard."434 He died in 1771 in Worcester County, Maryland.435

On 7 Mar 1759, Thomas FLINT purchased 150 acres from Thomas FLINT.436 Thomas FLINT was named administrator of the estate of John FLINT (19 Apr 1770-8 Aug 1770).437

The six known children of Thomas7 FLINT and Sarah (--?--) (see #89) were as follows:

89. Sarah7 (--?--) married Thomas FLINT (see #88), son of John FLINT, in 1749.241 She died after 1771.

90. Joseph7 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (Thomas, #180) was born on 14 Jan 1744/45 Green Hill, Stepney Parish, Somerset County, Maryland.450

The only known child of Joseph7 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and an unknown spouse was:

92. William7 FOSTER (Alexander, #184) was born (est) circa 1734, son of Alexander FOSTER.283

The four known children of William7 FOSTER and an unknown spouse all born in Muddy Creek, York County, Pennsylvania, were as follows:

96. Samuel7 PARKS was born (est) circa 1730 in England. He was born in 1750 . (According to Parks, he came to America in 1750 and between 1752-1754 he settled in newly formed Orange County, North Carolina. If this story is true, he can't be the Samuel recorded in the Wilson Database).398 He married Mary VAUGHAN (see #97).398 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Mary VAUGHAN were married circa 1756 in Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina.451 He died in 1788.398

The eight known children of Samuel7 PARKS and Mary VAUGHAN (see #97) were as follows:

97. Mary7 VAUGHAN married Samuel PARKS (see #96).398 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Samuel PARKS were married circa 1756 in Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina.451

104. John 'Francis' Lucas7 JACOBY (John Daniel, #208) , PARO was born in 1737 Germany.298,416 He married Joanna 'Frederica' (Frederina) LOTSPEICH (see #105), daughter of Conrad LOTSPEICH and Catherine Elizabetha Wilhelmina (--?--), in 1764.298 He wrote a will on 7 May 1788 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.452 He wrote a will on 7 May 1788. The will of Francis Lucas JACOBY mentions his wife, Fredrica, and his children, Katrina, Eliz. Butler, Susannah, Ralph, Gladinglug?, Frank, Henry, Fred, Daniel, Betsy, Jacob, John, and Adam (when of age).

A settlement recorded in Bourbon Co Deed Book C, page 317, by "We Christopher LOTSPEICH of Virginia, formerly of Frankinthal in Germany and Frederica JACOBY, widow of John Francis Lucas JACOBY, late of Bourbon Co, and formerly called Joanna Frederica LOTSPEICH of Frankinthal.."452 He wrote a will on 7 May 1788. A settlement was recorded in Bourbon Co Deed Book C, page 317, by "We Christopher LOTSPEICH of Virginia, formerly of Frankinthal in Germany and Frederica JACOBY, widow of John Francis Lucas JACOBY, late of Bourbon Co, and formerly called Joanna Frederica LOTSPEICH of Frankinthal.."453 He died before 5 Jul 1788. His will was recorded on 5 Jul 1788.454

In 1764 he sailed for America, by way of England. In England he married fellow passenger Frederina LOTSPIRG.416 They settled in Virginia, where they lived until 1785, when they moved to western Virginia, to what is now Kentucky.416 The 1787 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded J. F. Lukes JACOBY. He was recorded with one white male over 21, one white male over 16 but under 21, seven horses, and 10 cattle.455 The 1789 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Francis Lewis JACOBY, with 100 acres.456 In Apr 1799, "Jno. JACOBY, infant orphan of Francis JACOBY, deceased, made choice of Benj. HALLOCK for guardian. Frederica JACOBY, Secty."457 In Mar 1799, "Adam JACOBY, infant orphan of Francis L. JACOBY, chose Frederica JACOBY guardian. Ralph JACOBY, surety."457

The 13 known children of John 'Francis' Lucas7 JACOBY and Joanna 'Frederica' (Frederina) LOTSPEICH (see #105) were as follows:

105. Joanna 'Frederica' (Frederina)7 LOTSPEICH (Conrad, #210). Of Frankenthal, Germany. She married John 'Francis' Lucas JACOBY (see #104), son of John Daniel JACOBY and Anna Barbra (--?--), in 1764.298

The 1792 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBA with two whites and nine horses.462 The 10 Sep 1793 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBUS with two white males over 21, one white male over 16 but under 21, nine horses, and 24 cattle.463 The 30 Apr 1795 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBUS. She had 300 acres of 1st rate land on Huston Waters. She also had 100 acres of 1st rate land on Cooper Run, 300 acres of 2nd rate land on the North Fork Licking in Mason County, 250 acres of 2nd rate land on Simpsons Creek in Nelson County, and 750 acres of 2nd rate land on Eagle Creek in Harrison County. She was recorded with one voter, one white male over 21, three horses.458 The 2 Jun 1796 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBY. She had 170 acres of 2nd rate land on Huston Waters. She also had 300 acres of 3rd rate land on the North Fork Licking in Mason County, 250 acres of 3rd rate land on Simprons Creek in Nelson COunty, and 750 acres of 3rd rate land on Eagle Creek in Harrison County. She was recorded with two white males over over 16 but under 21, six horses, and 20 cattle.459 The 8 Sep 1797 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frderica (sic) JACOBUS. She had 170 acres of 2nd rate land on Huston Waters. She also 300 acres of 3rd rate land on the North Fork Licking in Mason County, 250 acres of 3rd rate land on Simprons Creek in Nelson COunty, and 750 acres of 3rd rate land on Eagle Creek in Harrison County. She was recorded with one white males over 16 but under 21 and five horses.152 The 11 Jun 1800 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBUS. She had 100 acres of 1st rate land on W. Huston. She also 300 acres of 2nd rate land on the North Fork Licking in Mason County, 250 acres of 2nd rate land on Simprons Creek in Nelson COunty, and 750 acres of 2nd rate land on Eagle Creek in Harrison County. She was recorded with four horses.153 The 17 Jun 1801 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBA. She had 175 acres of 1st rate land on the Houston. She was recorded with four horses.154 The 27 Jun 1802 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBA. She had 175 acres of 1st rate land on the Houston. She was recorded with two white males over 21, one black male over 16, six blacks total, and five horses.155 The 31 May 1803 Tax List for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBY. She had 175 acres of 1st rate land on the Houston, with one white males over 16 but under 21, and four horses.417 The 26 Jul 1805 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBY, having 100 acres of 1st rate land on the Houston, with four horses.460 The 11 Jun 1806 tax list for Bourbon County, Kentucky, recorded Frederica JACOBY, having 175 acres of 1st rate land on the Houston, with two horses.418

106. James7 STARK married Jane FRISTOE (see #107).

The only known child of James7 STARK and Jane FRISTOE (see #107) was:

107. Jane7 FRISTOE married James STARK (see #106).

120. Thomas7 HART (John, #240) was born circa 1686?422,464 He married Esther (Hester) MILES (see #121).422 He died in 1790.422

In 1714, he inherited 200 acres from his father.465 On 11 Dec 1719, Thomas and Esther sold the land he inherited from his father, to James RUSH, of Byberry.466 In 1731 he Thomas signed a petition for a road in Warminster.466

The 15 known children of Thomas7 HART and Esther (Hester) MILES (see #121) were as follows:

121. Esther (Hester)7 MILES was born in 1693.422 She married Thomas HART (see #120), son of John HART and Susannah RUSH.422

124. George7 HODGSON (John or Robert, #248) was born on 6 Jan 1700/1 Newcastle, Ireland.287 He married Mary THATCHER (see #125), daughter of Jonathan THATCHER and Hannah DICKS, on 21 Feb 1728/29 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.287 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Mary THATCHER were married on 5 Mar 1728/29.317 He wrote a will in 1764.317 He died circa 1774 in Guilford County, North Carolina.287 His will was recorded in 1774 in Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina.317 He is buried in Centre Friends Church Cemeter, Guilford County, North Carolina.317

He came from Ireland about 1710. He remained in Pennsylvania until about 1750, when he moved to North Carolina. He settled about nine miles south Greensboro in Rowan Co, now Guilford Co. His will mentions his sons John, Robert, Joseph, George, and daughters Sarah and Suzanna.

The six known children of George7 HODGSON and Mary THATCHER (see #125) were as follows:

125. Mary7 THATCHER (Jonathan, #250) was born circa 1712 Birmingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania.35 She was born circa 1693.287 She married George HODGSON (see #124), son of John or Robert HODGSON and Sarah (--?--), on 21 Feb 1728/29 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.287 Conflicting evidence indicates she and George HODGSON were married on 5 Mar 1728/29.317

126. William7 OLDHAM (Thomas, #252) was born circa 1705.287 He married Sarah DICKS (see #127), daughter of Nathan DICKS and Deborah CLARK.287

The only known child of William7 OLDHAM and Sarah DICKS (see #127) was:

127. Sarah7 DICKS (Nathan, #254) married William OLDHAM (see #126), son of Thomas OLDHAM and Susannah FEW.287

Generation Eight

136. Peter8 RUNYON (Vincent RONGNION (RUNYON), #272) was born on 1 Jul 1680 Piscataway, East Jersey Province (now New Jersey).426 He married Providence BLACKFORD (see #137), daughter of Samuel BLACKFORD and Anne (Hannah) SMALLEY, on 12 Oct 1704 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.426,331 He wrote a will on 20 Sep 1750.428 He died in Oct 1753 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 73.331 Conflicting evidence indicates he died on 1 Oct 1755 in New Jersey.427

He emigrated to the Passaic Valley in NJ about 1730. His descendants are numerous in Somerset and Morris Counties. Leonard lists only the nine children recorded in the Piscataway Town Records, excluding Vincent, Anne, Rachel, Elizabeth, and Samuel.

The 14 known children of Peter8 RUNYON and Providence BLACKFORD (see #137) were as follows:

137. Providence8 BLACKFORD (Samuel, #274) was born in 1683.429 She married Peter RUNYON (see #136), son of Vincent RONGNION (RUNYON) and Anne Martha BOUTCHER, on 12 Oct 1704 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.426,331 She died in 1760.

138. Elias (Lies)8 Van COURT (Thomas, #276) ,, son of Thomas Van COURT and (--?--) WOERKER, was born on 12 May 1691 in St Andre Parish, Isle of Guernsey.428,469 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 12 May 1691 in Holland.35 He married Anne (Antje) COOPER (see #139), daughter of William COOPER, in 1716 in Middlesex County, New Jersey.427,35 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Anne (Antje) COOPER were married in 1716 in New York.427 He died on 28 Jul 1750 in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 59.428,469,35 He is buried in Methodist Cemetery, Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey.35

He arrived in this country between 1710 and 1718, and settled near Bound Brook, Somerset, NJ.

"He was a first settler of Piscataway, coming from the Isle of Guernsey, where he was born of Dutch parentage. His parents had gone to Guernsey to escape religious persecution in France, being of the Reformed Faith of the pious Huguenots."

The above and the information on the fourteen children of Elias and Ann were copied from an inscription in a French Testament, on the inside of the book cover in French words, along with this "Elois Van Court, fil Thomas Van Court, received this book from his uncle, Elois Woerker, on the 12th day of May, 1701, when he was ten years of age."

He was a cordwainer, that is a worker of leather.

The 15 known children of Elias (Lies)8 Van COURT and Anne (Antje) COOPER (see #139) were as follows:

139. Anne (Antje)8 COOPER (William, #278) was born circa 1690 Holland.35 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born circa 1700.469 She married Elias (Lies) Van COURT (see #138), son of Thomas Van COURT and (--?--) WOERKER, in 1716 in Middlesex County, New Jersey.427,35 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Elias (Lies) Van COURT were married in 1716 in New York.427 She died in 1779 in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey.35

144. Thomas8 HARBOUR was born circa 1675 Wales.430 He married Sarah WITT (see #145), daughter of John WITT and Ann ROGERS, in Charles City County, Virginia.430,471 He died after 1767 in Virginia.430

He settled on the Mayo River, near State Line in Lunenburg Co, now Patrick Co, VA.[CI:173:?3:CI].

The 15 known children of Thomas8 HARBOUR and Sarah WITT (see #145) were as follows:

145. Sarah8 WITT (John, #290) was born circa 1695.35 She married Thomas HARBOUR (see #144) in Charles City County, Virginia.430,471 She died after 1769 in Halifax County, Virginia.471

160. George8 MITCHELL (John, #320) , PARO, was born on 14 Nov 1734 Pennsylvania.35 He married Elizabeth PORTER (see #161) in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.35 He died on 10 Apr 1816 in Fawn, York County, Pennsylvania, at age 81.35

The four known children of George8 MITCHELL and Elizabeth PORTER (see #161) were as follows:

161. Elizabeth8 PORTER married George MITCHELL (see #160), son of John MITCHELL and Mary ARGRIFF, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.35 She died in 1829.35 She is buried in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.35

162. John8 CLARK was born circa 1738.35

The only known child of John8 CLARK and an unknown spouse was:

168. Thomas8 CORBIN (Jabez, #336) was born on 26 Jun 1693 Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 He married Sarah EASTMAN (see #169), daughter of Samuel EASTMAN and Elizabeth SCRIVEN (SEVERANCE).35 He died on 18 Jun 1771 in Pawling, Duchess County, New York, at age 77.35

He settled first in Ashford, Windham, CT, and later in Kingston, Rockingham, NH, where he resided 2 Oct 1729 when his wife Sarah sold land left to her by her father, lying in the town of Salisbury, Essex, MA.

The only known child of Thomas8 CORBIN and Sarah EASTMAN (see #169) was:

169. Sarah8 EASTMAN (Samuel, #338) was born on 4 Jan 1692/93 Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474 Conflicting evidence indicates she was born on 3 Apr 1694 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.475 She was christened on 4 Oct 1702.475 She married Thomas CORBIN (see #168), son of Jabez CORBIN and Mary MORSE.35 She died on 20 Dec 1742 in New York at age 49.35

172. Anderies8 SHARP (SCHARP/SCHERP) (Johannes Andres SCHERP (SHARP), #344) was born on 8 Jan 1704 New York.476 He married Johanna FREE (FREER) (see #173), daughter of Abraham FREE (FREER) and Aegje TIETSOORT, circa 1735.476

The two known children of Anderies8 SHARP (SCHARP/SCHERP) and Johanna FREE (FREER) (see #173) were as follows:

173. Johanna8 FREE (FREER) (Abraham, #346) was born on 13 Nov 1715 Kingston, Ulster County, New York.476 She married Anderies SHARP (SCHARP/SCHERP) (see #172), son of Johannes Andres SCHERP (SHARP) and Gertrude REES, circa 1735.476

174. Hendrick8 Van DEUSEN (Abraham Melchoirsz, #348) was born circa 1721 Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut.477 He married Catherina Hartmanse VREELAND (see #175) circa 1742.477

The three known children of Hendrick8 Van DEUSEN and Catherina Hartmanse VREELAND (see #175) all born in Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut, were as follows:

175. Catherina Hartmanse8 VREELAND married Hendrick Van DEUSEN (see #174), son of Abraham Melchoirsz Van DEUSEN and Catharina (Anna) MYRRYN (MEIER), circa 1742.477

176. John8 FLINT died before 19 Apr 1770.

On 9 Jun 1740, John FLINT purchased 100 acres in Somerset County (later Worcester County), Maryland, from John CALDWELL and Joshua CALDWELL.436 On 19 Apr 1743, "John Flent" witnessed the will of "Edward Maglamery" in Worcester County, Maryland.478 On 7 Mar 1743/44, John CALDWELL and John FLINT were listed as appraiser in the inventory of "Edward McGlamry."479 On 7 Mar 1759, John FLINT sold 150 acres to Thomas FLINT.436 According to the will of his son, Thomas, he lived on "Hoggs Purchase" in a tract called "Flints Safegard."434 Thomas FLINT was named administrator of the estate of John FLINT (19 Apr 1770-8 Aug 1770, 30 May 1771, 8 Jun 1771).480

The only known child of John8 FLINT and an unknown spouse was:

180. Thomas8 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (Thomas, #360) married Temperance MORRIS (see #181) on 23 Apr 1736 in Green Hill, Stepney Parish, Somerset County, Maryland.450 He wrote a will on 27 Jan 1771 in Somerset County, Maryland. His will mentions his wife, Phillis, sons William and Joseph. Joseph was named executor.450 He died in 1771 in Somerset County, Maryland.450 His will was probated on 8 Jan 1772 in Somerset County, Maryland.450

The seven known children of Thomas8 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and Temperance MORRIS (see #181) were as follows:

181. Temperance8 MORRIS was born Accomack County, Virginia.450 She married Thomas HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (see #180), son of (Capt) Thomas HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and Mary GILLIS, on 23 Apr 1736 in Green Hill, Stepney Parish, Somerset County, Maryland.450 She died before 1764.450

184. Alexander8 FOSTER was born (est) circa 1704 in Londonderry (County Derry), Province of Ulster, Northern Ireland.35,283 He married Mary CONNER in 1730.481 He died in Apr 1767 in Little Brittain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.481

In 1728, he settled in Little Brittain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. His two brothers, John and Thomas, came with him.283

The three known children of Alexander8 FOSTER and an unknown spouse were as follows:

208. John Daniel8 JACOBY married Anna Barbra (--?--) (see #209).298

The only known child of John Daniel8 JACOBY and Anna Barbra (--?--) (see #209) was:

209. Anna Barbra8 (--?--) married John Daniel JACOBY (see #208).298

210. Conrad8 LOTSPEICH married Catherine Elizabetha Wilhelmina (--?--) (see #211).

The only known child of Conrad8 LOTSPEICH and Catherine Elizabetha Wilhelmina (--?--) (see #211) was:

211. Catherine Elizabetha Wilhelmina8 (--?--) married Conrad LOTSPEICH (see #210).

240. John8 HART (Christopher, #480) was born on 16 Nov 1651 Witney, Oxfordshire, England.422,482,464 He married Susannah RUSH (see #241), daughter of John RUSH and Susannah LUCAS, in the summer or fall of in 1683.422,483 He died in Sep 1714 in Warminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 62.422,484,464 He is buried in Pennypack Baptist Church, Pennypack, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. (there is no marker).465,464

They were members of the society of Friends. When William Penn contemplated founding his colony of Pennsylvania under the grant of territory from Charles the Second, John Hart resolved to accompany him, to seek his fortune in the new world. At this time he was nearly thirty-two years of age, and was already of such standing in the society as to have become a preacher of ability and influence.485 On 11 Oct 1681, "William Penn of Worminghurst, in the county of Sussex, esquire, by a deed of bargain and sale, bargained and sold to John Hart, of Witney, in the county of Oxon, yeoman, for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful money of England, the full and just proportion and quantity of one thousand acres of lands, situate, lying and being in the province of Pennsylvania."485,464 In the summer of 1682 John and his sister, Mary, sailed for America, possibly on the same ship with Thomas HOLME.486,464 Among the names composing the first grand jury in the State, for the court held at Upland, September 12, 1682, is found that of John Hart.486,464 Of the one thousand acres purchased from William Penn, 484 acres were in Byberry Township, Philadelphia County, and 484 in Warminster Township, Bucks County. He settled in Byberry by the end of the year. He was chosen a member of the Assembly for Philadelphia county, about the latter part of December, or the beginning of January, as he took his seat in that body at its first session.487,464 John was a member and minister of the Society of Friends until 1691when George Keith left the Society. John, one of the most influential men among them, sided with Keith, taking many families with him.488,464 In 1697, he embraced Baptist principles and was baptised by Thomas Rutter. In 1702 he and other in the society he had been worshipping at, joined the Pennypack Baptist church. John Watts, the pastor at Pennypack, died in August, 1702. This circumstance led John Hart and his little society worshipping at John Swift's to unite with that church. The church records say that they invited the "Society of people called Keithians, practicing Believers Baptism, and meeting once in a week at the house of John Swift, in Southampton township, in the county of Bucks, having John Hart for their minister," to unite with them and have but one meeting. They appear to have changed their views about the Keithians since 1697, when they refused to receive them on the advice of Elias Keach, of London. The invitation was accepted. John Hart was now appointed assistant minister at Pennepack, and continued in the sacred office until his death. In 1703 he was in full communion with the Baptists. He was never ordained, but was esteemed a good preacher, and considered a pious and exemplary christian.489,464 On 8 Aug 1697, he sold 72 acres in Byberry to James RUSH, son of Thomas RUSH, for ten pounds.490 On 9 Oct 1697, he sold 101 acres in Byberry to Andrew BANKSON.490 "Beginning at a gum tree by ye sd branch of Poetquessink creek, from thence by a line of marked trees, north twenty nine degrees west one hundred seventy two perches to a white oak standing by ye sd branch; thence by ye several courses thereof eighty four perches to a Spanish oak; thence by Benjamin (???) land, north thirty six degrees west, two hundred fifty perches to a (???) post; thence by a line of marked trees of Richard Collet's land, north fifty four degrees east, one hundred and forty perches to ye line of Nathaniel Hatlon's land; thence by ye sd line south thirty six degrees east four hundred forty six perches to a maple tree by ye sd Poetquessink creek; thence by ye several courses thereof two hundred ninety two and three quarter perches to the place of beginning, containing four hundred and eighty four acres of land." The Byberry land was confirmed to him in a deed dated 30 May 1703 as.491 In 1705 he sold his plantation in Byberry and had probably moved to Warminster before he joined the Baptists.490 John's son, Joseph, also joined the Pennepack Baptist church, and was baptised by Joseph Wood, 21 Sep 1705. The other children subsequently joined; Josiah baptised by Mr. Wood, December 16th, 1710, and Mary baptised by Nathaniel Jenkins, June 1st, 1714.492 In his will he bequeathed 200 acres in Warminster to his son John and 200 acres Warminster to his son Thomas. He bequeathed to his son, Josiah, two lots in Philadelphia, and to his daughter, Mary, 15 pounds "current silver money" and "one feather bed and bedding, and one mare and two colts, all bay."465 In 1731 he signed a petition for a road in Warminster.493

The five known children of John8 HART and Susannah RUSH (see #241) were as follows:

241. Susannah8 RUSH (John, #482) was born in 1656.422 She married John HART (see #240), son of Christopher HART and Mary BECKLEY, in the summer or fall of in 1683.422,483 She died on 27 Feb 1724/25 in Poetquessink, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.501,464

248. John or Robert8 HODGSON (Robert, #496) was born circa 1659 England.287 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #249) in 1679.287 He died in 1732.

The only known child of John or Robert8 HODGSON and Sarah (--?--) (see #249) was:

249. Sarah8 (--?--) married John or Robert HODGSON (see #248), son of Robert HODGSON and poss. Sarah (--?--), in 1679.287

250. Jonathan8 THATCHER (Richard, #500). Conflicting evidence indicates he was born on 15 Dec 1667 in Uffington, Berkshire, England.35 He was born on 15 Feb 1667/68 Cheshire, England.287,469 He married Hannah DICKS (see #251), daughter of Peter DICKS and Esther MADDOCK, in Dec 1699 in Cheshire, England.287 He died in Nov 1750 in Birmingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 82.287 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in Nov 1751 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.35

The 10 known children of Jonathan8 THATCHER and Hannah DICKS (see #251) were as follows:

251. Hannah8 DICKS (Peter, #502) was born in 1682 Cheshire, England.35 She married Jonathan THATCHER (see #250), son of Richard THATCHER and Jane STEVENS, in Dec 1699 in Cheshire, England.287

252. Thomas8 OLDHAM was born circa 1680 Calverton, Nottingham, England.287 He married Susannah FEW (see #253).287

The seven known children of Thomas8 OLDHAM and Susannah FEW (see #253) were as follows:

253. Susannah8 FEW married Thomas OLDHAM (see #252).287

254. Nathan8 DICKS (Peter, #502) was born in 1685 East Nottingham, Nottingham, England.35 He married Deborah CLARK (see #255).

The only known child of Nathan8 DICKS and Deborah CLARK (see #255) was:

255. Deborah8 CLARK was born Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts.287 She married Nathan DICKS (see #254), son of Peter DICKS and Esther MADDOCK.

Generation Nine

272. Vincent9 RONGNION (RUNYON) was born circa 1645 Poitiers, Ancienne Poitou, France.331 He and Anne Martha BOUTCHER obtained a marriage license on 28 Jun 1668 in Elizabethtown, East Jersey Province (now New Jersey).331,427 He married Anne Martha BOUTCHER (see #273), daughter of John BOUTCHER (BOUCHIEERE), on 17 Jul 1668.331 He died in Nov 1713 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.331 He is buried in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.331

The surname was originally in several forms, notably, "RONGNION," "ROUGNON," "ROGNON," "ROGNIN," "ROYGNON," etc. In GOUGET's, Armorial Du Poitou et Etat Des Nobles", 1866, "Henry Roygnon Sr" and "Henry De Regnon," with coat-of-arms, are listed, as of early date, which establishes this family as of the Nobility and presents the correct heraldry. He came before 1668 to the Isle of Jersey, and then to America, where he married Anne Boutcher, from Hertsfordshire, England. He first settled in Elizabethtown, NJ before 1668. He may have accompanied Governor Philip Carterret, who settled that place in 1665, or migrated very soon after. It is noticeable that many French Huguenots soon appeared in the colony. He was a carpenter. The first reference to his name in America is in a marriage license given by Governor Carteret at Trenton which reads as follows:

To any of the Justices of the Peace of Ministers of the Province of New Jersey: Whereas I have received information of a mutual agreement between Vincent Rongnion, of Portiers, in France, and Ann Boutcher, daughter of John Boutcher, of Hartford, in England, to solemnize marriage together, for which they have requested my lycense, and there appearing no lawful impediment for the obstruction thereof, these are to require you or eyther of you, to joyne the said Vincent Rongnion and Ann Boutcher in Matrimony, and them to pronounce man and wife, and to make record thereof, according to the laws in that behalf provided, for the doing whereof this shall be to you or eyther of you a sufficient warrant.

Given under my hand and seal of the Province, the 28th day of June, 1668, and the 20th year of the raign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second, of England, Scotland and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c.

(Signed) Ph. Carteret.

This couple were joyned in matrimony by me the 17ty of July, 1668.

(Signed) James Bolton. He bought a piece of ground at Elizabethtown on 20 Mar 1671/2 from Francis Barber. However, he did not remain long among that settlement and he moved from there to Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ. He bought a farm of 154½ acres on the Raritan River in the Spring of 1677. He added 70 acres to it in 1687. He served as a juryman and was a witness in 1671/2. He bought some 44 acres of land on the Raritan River, Piscataway, N.J. in 1678, and added 70 acres to it in 1687 by purchase from Hopewell Hull. His wife, named Martha, was the administratrix of his estate.

The 12 known children of Vincent9 RONGNION (RUNYON) and Anne Martha BOUTCHER (see #273) were as follows:

273. Anne Martha9 BOUTCHER (John BOUTCHER (BOUCHIEERE), #546) was born circa 1650 of Hertford, England.331 She and Vincent RONGNION (RUNYON) obtained a marriage license on 28 Jun 1668 in Elizabethtown, East Jersey Province (now New Jersey).331,427 She married Vincent RONGNION (RUNYON) (see #272) on 17 Jul 1668.331 She died circa 1725. She died on 2 Feb 1736/37 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.

There is much discrepancy in the listing of the children of Vincent and Ann Martha. In the Runyon Genealogy, Robert and Ann RUNYON use the list from Calvin I. KEPHART in his Runyon-Runyan Family (New Jersey), which contains the followin eight children: (1) John Runyan, 1669, (2) Vincent Runyon, 1671, (3) Ann Runyon, 1673, (4) Thomas Runyan, 1675, (5) Mary Runyon, 1677, (6) Peter Runyon, 1680, (7) Jane Runyon, 1683, and (8) Sarah Runyon, 1686.

In his manuscript, Runyon Carile Santos lists the following twelve children: (1) John, abt 1669, (2) Vincent, abt 1670, (3) Dervick, abt 1672, (4) Joseph, abt 1674, (5), Reune, abt 1675, (6) Ephraim, abt 1676, (7) Mary, 1677, (8) Thomas, 1678, (9) Peter, 1680, (10) Jane, 1683, and (11) Anne, 1684-5, and (12) Sarah, 1686.

Santos add Dervick, Joseph, Reune, and Ephraim. He also lists Ann in 1684-5 where Runyon lists her as 1683. Thomas is also moved from 1675 to 1678.

274. Samuel9 BLACKFORD was born circa 1640. He married Anne (Hannah) SMALLEY (see #275), daughter of John SMALLEY and Ann WALDEN.427 He wrote a will on 12 Feb 1711/12 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He died before 29 Apr 1712. His will was probated on 29 Apr 1712.

He was a First Settler of Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ, arriving by 1685. In 1689, he was a witness to the will of John SMALLEY, dated 16 Jul 1689, and proved 23 Jun 1697. On 16 Aug 1695, a patent was issued to Samuel Blackford of Piscataway in the right of John MOLLESON for a lot in Middlesex County, north of Bound Brook, which was afterward in Somerset County, and this may be said to be the real location of the Blackford Family, as their descendants were quite numerious in Somerset County. He appears as executor of the will of John MARTIN of Piscataway (wife Ann) dated 21 May 1703 and proved 18 Apr 1704. His own will records his as being "of Piscataway Township." Early records often use the surnames BLACKFORD and BLATCHFORD interchangebly.

The 11 known children of Samuel9 BLACKFORD and Anne (Hannah) SMALLEY (see #275) were as follows:

275. Anne (Hannah)9 SMALLEY (John, #550) was born on 14 Jun 1641 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She married John BANGS on 23 Jan 1661/62 in Eastham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.428,503 She married Samuel BLACKFORD (see #274).427 She died in New Jersey.

276. Thomas9 Van COURT married (--?--) WOERKER (see #277).428

The two known children of Thomas9 Van COURT and (--?--) WOERKER (see #277) both born in St Andre Parish, Isle of Guernsey, were as follows:

277. (--?--)9 WOERKER married Thomas Van COURT (see #276).428

278. William9 COOPER died in 1710 in Gloucester County, New Jersey.428

The four known children of William9 COOPER and an unknown spouse were as follows:

290. John9 WITT married Ann ROGERS (see #291).

The only known child of John9 WITT and Ann ROGERS (see #291) was:

291. Ann9 ROGERS married John WITT (see #290).

320. John9 MITCHELL married Mary ARGRIFF (see #321).35 He died in 1767 in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.35

The only known child of John9 MITCHELL and Mary ARGRIFF (see #321) was:

321. Mary9 ARGRIFF married John MITCHELL (see #320).35 She died in 1767 in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.35

336. Jabez9 CORBIN (Clement, #672) was born circa 1668 Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was baptized on 23 Feb 1668/69 in Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.473 He married Mary MORSE (see #337), daughter of Anthony MORSE Jr and Mary BARNARD (twin), circa 1692.473 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Mary MORSE were married circa 1698.35 He married Mary EDMUNDS on 5 Jul 1728 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 He wrote a will on 24 Apr 1736 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 He died on 23 Oct 1736 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 His will was probated on 17 Nov 1736.473 He is buried in Woodstock Hill, Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473

Town records list his name as "Jabesh". He settled in Woodstock about 1688, where his home lot was No 48. He was an active citizen of Woodstock and a partner of his brother James in storekeeping. His occupation is given in deeds as that of "merchange and weaver." In 1693 he was allowed twelve square rods of land for a shop. He sold land in Quinnatisset (now Thompson) in 1711. In 1721 he was granted liberty to build a pew, and in 1722 had the fifth choice of pews in the new meeting-house. In 1726 he sold land in Thompson to John Dwight. He was constable of the town of Woodstock in 1725. He was constable of the town of Woodstock in 1725. In 1726 he sold land in Thompson to John Dwight.

The 10 known children of Jabez9 CORBIN and Mary MORSE (see #337) all born in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut, were as follows:

337. Mary9 MORSE (Anthony, #674) was born on 31 Aug 1672 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 She married Jabez CORBIN (see #336), son of Clement CORBIN and Dorcas BUCKMASTER, circa 1692.473 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Jabez CORBIN were married circa 1698.35 She died on 13 Jan 1727/28 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 55.505

338. Samuel9 EASTMAN (Roger, #676) was born on 20 Nov 1657 Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474 He married Elizabeth SCRIVEN (SEVERANCE) (see #339), daughter of John SCRIVEN and Mary (--?--), on 4 Nov 1686.475,474 He married Sarah FIFIELD on 17 Sep 1719.475 He died on 27 Feb 1725/26 in Kingston, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 68.475

He took the oath of allegiance in Salisbury in 1677 and was made freeman in 1690. He removed from Salisbury to Kingston, about 1720, being a grantee of the town. He was dismissed from the church in Salisbury, 26 Sep 1725, to join the church in Kingston.

The 12 known children of Samuel9 EASTMAN and Elizabeth SCRIVEN (SEVERANCE) (see #339) all born in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, were as follows:

339. Elizabeth9 SCRIVEN (SEVERANCE) (John SCRIVEN, #678) was baptized on 8 Oct 1690 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.475 She married Samuel EASTMAN (see #338), son of Roger EASTMAN and Sarah SMITH?, on 4 Nov 1686.475,474

The name is variously spelled "SOREUEN," "SCREVEN," "SCREVENS," "SEVERNS," etc. She was probably the daughter of John and Mary SCRIVEN of Dover, NH.

344. Johannes Andres9 SCHERP (SHARP) (Andries Hanses SCHERP (SHERP/SHARP), #688) was born circa 1673.476 He married Gertrude REES (see #345) on 25 Nov 1694.476 He died in Albany, Albany County, New York.476

The seven known children of Johannes Andres9 SCHERP (SHARP) and Gertrude REES (see #345) were as follows:

345. Gertrude9 REES married Johannes Andres SCHERP (SHARP) (see #344), son of Andries Hanses SCHERP (SHERP/SHARP) and Agnetje JANS, on 25 Nov 1694.476

346. Abraham9 FREE (FREER) married Aegje TIETSOORT (see #347).476

The only known child of Abraham9 FREE (FREER) and Aegje TIETSOORT (see #347) was:

347. Aegje9 TIETSOORT married Abraham FREE (FREER) (see #346).476

348. Abraham Melchoirsz9 Van DEUSEN (Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen, #696) was born before 14 Jul 1689. He was baptized on 14 Jul 1689 in Albany, Albany County, New York.507,477 He married Catharina (Anna) MYRRYN (MEIER) (see #349) on 10 Oct 1720 in Albany, Albany County, New York.477,507 He died on 16 Apr 1746 in Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut.477,477 He is buried in Litchfield County, Connecticut.35

He took the Oath of Allegiance and subscribed to the Test and Association on 4 Jan 1699. About 1720 he removed to Salisbury, CT, where he purchased land from the indians. His family occupied a prominent position.

The seven known children of Abraham Melchoirsz9 Van DEUSEN and Catharina (Anna) MYRRYN (MEIER) (see #349) were as follows:

349. Catharina (Anna)9 MYRRYN (MEIER) was born circa 1689 of Albany, Albany County, New York.35 She married Abraham Melchoirsz Van DEUSEN (see #348), son of Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen Van DEUSEN and Engeltje Rutgers "Angelica" Van SCHOENDERWOERT, on 10 Oct 1720 in Albany, Albany County, New York.477,507

360. (Capt) Thomas9 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (Thomas, #720) was born on 8 Feb 1684 Wicomico Hundred, Somerset County, Maryland.450 He married Mary GILLIS (see #361), daughter of John GILLIS and Mary (--?--).450 He died in 1735 in Somerset County, Maryland.450

The six known children of (Capt) Thomas9 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and Mary GILLIS (see #361) were as follows:

361. Mary9 GILLIS (John, #722) married (Capt) Thomas HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (see #360), son of Thomas HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and Mary KING.450

480. Christopher9 HART (John, #960) was born (est) circa 1616?.422 He married Mary BECKLEY (see #481).422 He died in 1667.422

The four known children of Christopher9 HART and Mary BECKLEY (see #481) all born in Witney, Oxfordshire, England, were as follows:

481. Mary9 BECKLEY was born in 1628.422 She married Christopher HART (see #480), son of John HART and Mary MERTON.422

482. John9 RUSH (William, #964) married Susannah LUCAS (see #483) on 8 Jun 1648 in Harton, Oxfordshire, England.511,464 He died in 1699.511

During the Civil War in England, John commanded a troop of horse in Cromwell's army.511,464 He embraced Quaker principles in 1660, and in 1682 he emigrated to America with his wife and children. In 1691 they became Keithians, following John Hart, and in 1697 most of them became Baptists.511,464

The three known children of John9 RUSH and Susannah LUCAS (see #483) were as follows:

483. Susannah9 LUCAS married John RUSH (see #482), son of William RUSH and Aurelia (--?--), on 8 Jun 1648 in Harton, Oxfordshire, England.511,464

496. Robert9 HODGSON (William, #992) was born in 1621 Linton, Yorkshire, England.287 He married poss. Sarah (--?--) (see #497).424 He died circa 1690.287

The only known child of Robert9 HODGSON and poss. Sarah (--?--) (see #497) was:

497. poss. Sarah9 (--?--) married Robert HODGSON (see #496), son of William HODGSON and Isabelle STOCKDALE.424

500. Richard9 THATCHER (Richard, #1000) was born in 1648 Uffington, Berkshire, England.287 He married Jane STEVENS (see #501), daughter of John STEVENS, on 24 Apr 1667 in Uffington, Berkshire, England.287 He died in 1722 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.287

The two known children of Richard9 THATCHER and Jane STEVENS (see #501) were as follows:

501. Jane9 STEVENS (John, #1002) was born circa 1646 Uffington, Berkshire, England.35 She married Richard THATCHER (see #500), son of Richard THATCHER, on 24 Apr 1667 in Uffington, Berkshire, England.287

502. Peter9 DICKS (James DIX, #1004) was born circa 1652 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Esther MADDOCK (see #503), daughter of Nathan MADDOCK and Alice NICHOLLS, on 1 Sep 1681 in Frandley, Chester, England.35 He died before 1708 in Birmingham, Worcester, England.35

The eight known children of Peter9 DICKS and Esther MADDOCK (see #503) were as follows:

503. Esther9 MADDOCK (Nathan, #1006) was born on 16 Dec 1661 Cheshire, England.35 She married Peter DICKS (see #502), son of James DIX and Phyllis (--?--), on 1 Sep 1681 in Frandley, Chester, England.35 She died in 1709 in Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.35

508. Peter9 DICKS (James DIX, #1004) was born circa 1652 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Esther MADDOCK (see #503), daughter of Nathan MADDOCK and Alice NICHOLLS, on 1 Sep 1681 in Frandley, Chester, England.35 He died before 1708 in Birmingham, Worcester, England.35

The eight known children of Peter9 DICKS and Esther MADDOCK (see #503) were as follows:

509. Esther9 MADDOCK (Nathan, #1006) was born on 16 Dec 1661 Cheshire, England.35 She married Peter DICKS (see #502), son of James DIX and Phyllis (--?--), on 1 Sep 1681 in Frandley, Chester, England.35 She died in 1709 in Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.35

Generation Ten

546. John10 BOUTCHER (BOUCHIEERE) was born Hertsford, England. He died in England.

He was from Hertfordshire, England, and in all probability was of Huguenot origin from a French family of Boucher that settled in England. The name Boutcher (or Bouchoree, its original form, and the old French form Burkhart) means "strong castle."

The only known child of John10 BOUTCHER (BOUCHIEERE) and an unknown spouse was:

550. John10 SMALLEY was born Plymouth, Devon, England.514 He married Ann WALDEN (see #551) on 29 Nov 1638 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.515 He died on 30 Jul 1692 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.426

"John Smallie" sailed from London in the Francis & James arriving 5 Jun 1632 with many of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, including Edward WINSLOW; he settled on Cape Cod. He removed to Eastham with the first settlers in 1644 and, not long afterwards, to Barnstable. About 1669-1670 he removed to Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ, where he was among the earliest pioneer freeholders. At the time the province was temporarily recaptured by the Dutch, about 1673-4, he was appointed by them a magistrate. He was commissioned a justice of the peace in 1675, and appointed associate justice of the court of sessions, which position he filled for several years. A survey of his land was made in 1677, and further land was taken up by him in 1685.

The five known children of John10 SMALLEY and Ann WALDEN (see #551) were as follows:

551. Ann10 WALDEN married John SMALLEY (see #550) on 29 Nov 1638 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.515 She died on 29 Jan 1693/94 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey.426

672. Clement10 CORBIN (John, #1344) was born in 1626 England.473 He married Dorcas BUCKMASTER (see #673), daughter of Thomas BUCKMASTER and Joanna (Joan) (--?--), on 7 Mar 1655/56 in Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (Boston records read Clement Corbet & Dorcas Buckmaster daughter of Thomas Buckmaster of Muddy River were married 7th -- 1st month by Capt Humphrey Atharton.).474,516,517 He wrote a will on 6 Feb 1695/96 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 He died on 1 Aug 1696 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473 His will was probated on 7 Sep 1696 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.473 He is buried in Woodstock Hill, Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473

His exact birthplace is not known. A family tradition state that he was "from the west of England, called a Welchman." The names of his parents are not known definitely. Lawson references an ancestral chart of "the late Ernest A. Corbin" giving John & Margaret CORBIN. He states "I have not been able to find his authority for this, but it seems probable, as both names were common in the family later." Another tradition is that the Corbins were of French Huguenot origin. This is entirely possible, as there were and still are many Corbins in France.

He is said to have come to America in 1637, but again, there is no authority. At this time he would have been only eleven yeard old. Hence, if he came then, he must have had some older relative with him, probably his cousin Robert, who was in Massachusetts in 1637, or his parents, as there were other Corbins in Massachusetts at an early date.

In the fall of 1656 he bought 42 acres of land at Muddy River in Boston, as shown by the Suffolk Deeds, Boston, Vol II, p 303. He again bought land at Muddy River in 1663. Muddy River is now Brookline. It joined Roxbury, and there his family worshiped in the old First Church. His name appears on the tax lists at Muddy River as late as 31 Dec 1691. Although by this time he had probably moved to Connecticut, he still retained property at his former home.

At a town meeting held at Woodstock, 7 Jan 1688, ther "was granted to Clemt Corbin a 20 acre lott wth all Rights provided he pay all charges past present and to come, according to his proportion.

The eight known children of Clement10 CORBIN and Dorcas BUCKMASTER (see #673) all born in Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, were as follows:

673. Dorcas10 BUCKMASTER (Thomas, #1346) was born in 1629 Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.35 She was born circa 1630 England.517 She married Clement CORBIN (see #672), son of John CORBIN and Margaret (--?--), on 7 Mar 1655/56 in Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (Boston records read Clement Corbet & Dorcas Buckmaster daughter of Thomas Buckmaster of Muddy River were married 7th -- 1st month by Capt Humphrey Atharton..).474,516,517 She married John CORBIN, son of Clement CORBIN and Dorcas BUCKMASTER. She died on 21 Jan 1721/22 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.519,517 Conflicting evidence indicates she died on 22 Jan 1721/22 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.520 She is buried in Woodstock Hill, Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut.473

674. Anthony10 MORSE Jr (Anthony, #1348) was christened on 29 Jan 1631/32 in Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35 He was born before 29 Jan 1632/33 Marlborough, Wiltshire, England. He married Elizabeth KNIGHT on 8 May 1660 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Mary BARNARD (twin) were married on 10 Nov 1669.474 He married Mary BARNARD (twin) (see #675), daughter of Thomas BERNARD and Eleanor (Helen), on 11 Nov 1669 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 He wrote a will on 23 Feb 1677/78 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474 He died on 25 Feb 1677/78 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474

The four known children of Anthony10 MORSE Jr and Mary BARNARD (twin) (see #675) all born in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, were as follows:

675. Mary10 BARNARD (twin) (Thomas BERNARD, #1350) was born on 22 Sep 1645 Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 She married Anthony MORSE Jr (see #674), son of Anthony MORSE and Mary Elizabeth (--?--), on 11 Nov 1669 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Anthony MORSE Jr were married on 10 Nov 1669.474 She married Philip EASTMAN, son of Roger EASTMAN and Sarah SMITH?, on 22 Aug 1678 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 She died on 11 Jun 1724 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 78.35

676. Roger10 EASTMAN was born circa 1611 Wales.474,522 He married Sarah SMITH? (see #677).474,523 He died on 16 Dec 1694 in Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut.474,523

He came from Langford, Wilts, England, and sailed from Southampton in Apr 1638 in the Confidence. The name is sometimes spelled "EASMAN," even by members of the same family. No record of his marriage has been found or of his wife's full name; SMITH is a family tradition.

He received lands in the first division in Salisbury in 1640-43. His minister's tax in 1650 was 8s, 3d. Most of his descendants settled in the southern towns of New Hampshire and the northern towns of Massachusetts.523

The 10 known children of Roger10 EASTMAN and Sarah SMITH? (see #677) were as follows:

677. Sarah10 SMITH? was born in 1621.523 She married Roger EASTMAN (see #676).474,523 She died on 11 Mar 1697/98 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.474,523

678. John10 SCRIVEN married Mary (--?--) (see #679).474 He died on 2 Oct 1675 in Dover, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.474

The four known children of John10 SCRIVEN and Mary (--?--) (see #679) were as follows:

679. Mary10 (--?--) married John SCRIVEN (see #678).474

688. Andries Hanses10 SCHERP (SHERP/SHARP) was born circa 1659 Germany.524 He married Agnetje JANS (see #689).

The two known children of Andries Hanses10 SCHERP (SHERP/SHARP) and Agnetje JANS (see #689) were as follows:

689. Agnetje10 JANS married Andries Hanses SCHERP (SHERP/SHARP) (see #688).

696. Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen10 Van DEUSEN (Abraham Pietersen Van DUERSEN, #1392) ,, son of Abraham Pietersen Van DUERSEN and Tryntje MELCHIORS, was born circa 1644 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America. He was baptized on 6 Mar 1644/45 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.477 He married Engeltje Rutgers "Angelica" Van SCHOENDERWOERT (see #697), daughter of Rutger Jacobsen Van SCHOENDERWOERT and Trynje Janse Van BREESTED, circa 1668 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.477 Conflicting evidence indicates he and Engeltje Rutgers "Angelica" Van SCHOENDERWOERT were married circa 1671 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.35 He died before 6 Jan 1742/43. He is buried on 6 Jan 1742/43 in Papsknee, Albany County, New York.477,507

In Dec 1682 he paid to the church fund for the small or chil'd pall. He and his wife were members of the Dutch Reformed Church at Albany prior to 1683. In Sep 1689 he was enrolled as a yeoman in Captain Marten GERRITSE's Company and sunscribed "for ye Raiseing of some men for ye Defence of this County against ye french." He was a freeholder in the Colony of Rensselaerwyck in 1720. He lived in the town of Schotack (Schodack).

The 12 known children of Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen10 Van DEUSEN and Engeltje Rutgers "Angelica" Van SCHOENDERWOERT (see #697) were as follows:

697. Engeltje Rutgers "Angelica"10 Van SCHOENDERWOERT (Rutger Jacobsen, #1394) was born before 10 Apr 1650. She was baptized on 10 Apr 1650 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.477,525 She married Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen Van DEUSEN (see #696), son of Abraham Pietersen Van DUERSEN and Tryntje MELCHIORS, circa 1668 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.477 Conflicting evidence indicates she and Melchert (Melchior) Abrahamszen Van DEUSEN were married circa 1671 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.35 She died before 11 Jul 1728. She is buried on 11 Jul 1728 in Papsknee, Albany County, New York.507,477

720. Thomas10 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) married Mary KING (see #721) on 29 Apr 1674 in Somerset County, Maryland.450 He prob died circa 1724?.450

The six known children of Thomas10 HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) and Mary KING (see #721) all born in Wicomico Hundred, Somerset County, Maryland, were as follows:

721. Mary10 KING married Thomas HUMPHRIES (HUMPHRIESS/HUMPHRIS) (see #720) on 29 Apr 1674 in Somerset County, Maryland.450

722. John10 GILLIS married Mary (--?--) (see #723).450

The only known child of John10 GILLIS and Mary (--?--) (see #723) was:

723. Mary10 (--?--) married John GILLIS (see #722).450

960. John10 HART (John, #1920) was born in 1593.422 He married Mary MERTON (see #961).422 He died in 1641.422

The five known children of John10 HART and Mary MERTON (see #961) were as follows:

961. Mary10 MERTON was born in 1594.422 She married John HART (see #960), son of John HART and Mary GILES.422 She died in 1642/43.422

964. William10 RUSH married Aurelia (--?--) (see #965).464

The only known child of William10 RUSH and Aurelia (--?--) (see #965) was:

965. Aurelia10 (--?--) married William RUSH (see #964).464

992. William10 HODGSON (Robert, #1984) was born in 1568 England.287 He married Isabelle STOCKDALE (see #993).

The only known child of William10 HODGSON and Isabelle STOCKDALE (see #993) was:

993. Isabelle10 STOCKDALE married William HODGSON (see #992), son of Robert HODGSON.

1000. Richard10 THATCHER was born in 1620 Uffington, Berkshire, England.35 He died in 1697 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.35

The eight known children of Richard10 THATCHER and an unknown spouse were as follows:

1002. John10 STEVENS was born circa 1626 England.35

The only known child of John10 STEVENS and an unknown spouse was:

1004. James10 DIX was born circa 1626 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Phyllis (--?--) (see #1005) circa 1651.35

The only known child of James10 DIX and Phyllis (--?--) (see #1005) was:

1005. Phyllis10 (--?--) was born circa 1630.35 She married James DIX (see #1004) circa 1651.35

1006. Nathan10 MADDOCK (Thomas, #2012) was born circa 1642 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Alice NICHOLLS (see #1007), daughter of Anthony NICHOLLS, circa 1659 in Cheshire, England.35 He died in 1680 in Newton, Cheshire, England.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in 1690 in Newton, Cheshire, England.35

The 10 known children of Nathan10 MADDOCK and Alice NICHOLLS (see #1007) all born in Cheshire, England, were as follows:

1007. Alice10 NICHOLLS (Anthony, #2014) was born in 1644.35 She married Nathan MADDOCK (see #1006), son of Thomas MADDOCK and Elizabeth SIMCOCK, circa 1659 in Cheshire, England.35 She died.

1016. James10 DIX was born circa 1626 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Phyllis (--?--) (see #1005) circa 1651.35

The only known child of James10 DIX and Phyllis (--?--) (see #1005) was:

1017. Phyllis10 (--?--) was born circa 1630.35 She married James DIX (see #1004) circa 1651.35

1018. Nathan10 MADDOCK (Thomas, #2012) was born circa 1642 Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He married Alice NICHOLLS (see #1007), daughter of Anthony NICHOLLS, circa 1659 in Cheshire, England.35 He died in 1680 in Newton, Cheshire, England.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he died in 1690 in Newton, Cheshire, England.35

The 10 known children of Nathan10 MADDOCK and Alice NICHOLLS (see #1007) all born in Cheshire, England, were as follows:

1019. Alice10 NICHOLLS (Anthony, #2014) was born in 1644.35 She married Nathan MADDOCK (see #1006), son of Thomas MADDOCK and Elizabeth SIMCOCK, circa 1659 in Cheshire, England.35 She died.

Generation Eleven

1344. John11 CORBIN was born circa 1600 England.35 He married Margaret (--?--) (see #1345).35

The only known child of John11 CORBIN and Margaret (--?--) (see #1345) was:

1345. Margaret11 (--?--) was born circa 1604.35 She married John CORBIN (see #1344).35

1346. Thomas11 BUCKMASTER was born circa 1612 Wales.35 He married Joanna (Joan) (--?--) (see #1347).35 He wrote a will on 2 Sep 1656.517 He died on 30 Sep 1656 in Muddy River, Brookline, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.35 Conflicting evidence indicates he died on 28 Sep 1656.517 His will was probated on 23 Nov 1656.517

He came to Boston in 1640. He was probably the grandson of Thomas BUCKMASTER who published an almanac in London in 1599.517 He was made freeman in 1645.517

The 10 known children of Thomas11 BUCKMASTER and Joanna (Joan) (--?--) (see #1347) were as follows:

1347. Joanna (Joan)11 (--?--) was born Wales.35 She married Thomas BUCKMASTER (see #1346).35 She married Edward GARFIELD Jr, son of Edward GARFIELD, on 1 Sep 1661. Her will was proved in 1676.517 She died in 1676.35

1348. Anthony11 MORSE (Anthony, #2696) was born on 9 Mar 1604/5 Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.474 He was christened on 24 Jan 1616/17 in Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35 He married Mary Elizabeth (--?--) (see #1349).35 He married Ann COX after 1653/54.474 He wrote a will on 28 Apr 1680.521 He died on 12 Oct 1686 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 81.35 His will was probated on 23 Nov 1686.521

A shoemaker, he sailed from Southampton, England, with his brother, William, in the James in 1635, arriving in Boston on 3 Jun 1635. He settled at Newbury and was made freeman 25 May 1636.

The 12 known children of Anthony11 MORSE and Mary Elizabeth (--?--) (see #1349) were as follows:

1349. Mary Elizabeth11 (--?--) married Anthony MORSE (see #1348), son of Anthony MORSE and Christian (--?--).35

1350. Thomas11 BERNARD (John, #2700) was born circa 1612 (prob) Whitby, Yorkshire, England.35 He married Eleanor (Helen) (see #1351) in 1640 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.35 He died on 7 Jul 1677 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.35

The nine known children of Thomas11 BERNARD and Eleanor (Helen) (see #1351) were as follows:

1351. Eleanor (Helen)11 was born circa 1616.35 She married Thomas BERNARD (see #1350), son of John BERNARD and Phebe (--?--), in 1640 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.35 She married George LITTLE on 19 Jul 1681 in (prob) Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.473 She died after 1694/95.473

1392. Abraham Pietersen11 Van DUERSEN (Pieter Lucasz, #2784) was born in 1607 Haarlem, Noord Holland, Netherlands. Conflicting evidence indicates he was baptised on 3 Oct 1599.529 He was baptized on 11 Nov 1607 in Haarlem, Noord Holland, Netherlands.530 He married Tryntje MELCHIORS (see #1393), daughter of Melchior (--?--), on 9 Dec 1629 in Haarlem, Noord Holland, Netherlands.530 He died after 1667/68 in New York City, New York County, New York.35

It is probable that he came to America soon after their marriage. He served in an official capacity, that of "molenaar" or miller, to the West India Company, and at once took an active part in the commercial and political life of the Colony at New Amsterdam (now New York). In 1636 he took possession of the island of Quetensess, off the coast of Narragansett, for the West India Company. In 1639 he was mentioned in a lease as "Gorter" (manufacturer of groats). On 2 Apr 1658, he obtained permission to erect a watermill on a stream which ran into the East River. He also owned a windmill or horsemill on the same property. He sold the mill 20 Apr 1661 to Jan Cornelissen CLEYN. He apparrantly had several mills as he sold another to Jan Hendricksen Van BOMMEL on 21 Aug 1663. He was also an innkeeper, and on 16 Mar 1648 was one of the twelve tavern keepers of New Amsterdam.

In 1641 he was chosen as one of twelve men who were to be a sort of advisory board to the Government and in 1643 he was selected by the government as the Board of Eight Men which was in existence for four years, from Sep 1643 to Sep 1647, most of the time in violent opposition to the government.

He and his wife were members of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York in 1649. The last recording of his name is as a witness at the baptism of Annetie, the daughter of his son, Pieter and Hester Webbers, Pieter's wife, on 10 Jul 1667.

The seven known children of Abraham Pietersen11 Van DUERSEN and Tryntje MELCHIORS (see #1393) all born in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America, were as follows:

1393. Tryntje11 MELCHIORS (Melchior (--?--), #2786) was born in 1611 Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands.35 She married Abraham Pietersen Van DUERSEN (see #1392), son of Pieter Lucasz Van DUERSEN and Maria JANS, on 9 Dec 1629 in Haarlem, Noord Holland, Netherlands.530 She died on 18 Dec 1678 in New York City, New York County, New York.35

She was still alive on 18 Dec 1678 when she was a witness at the baptism of her granddaughter, Tryntie, named for her, the child of her son, Pieter, and Hester WEBBERS. This is the last mention of her in public records.

1394. Rutger Jacobsen11 Van SCHOENDERWOERT was born circa 1621.35 He married Trynje Janse Van BREESTED (see #1395) on 3 Jun 1646 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.35 He died.

The three known children of Rutger Jacobsen11 Van SCHOENDERWOERT and Trynje Janse Van BREESTED (see #1395) were as follows:

1395. Trynje Janse11 Van BREESTED was born circa 1625.35 She married Rutger Jacobsen Van SCHOENDERWOERT (see #1394) on 3 Jun 1646 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, America.35 She died.

1920. John11 HART (Christopher, #3840) was born in 1565.422 He married Mary GILES (see #1921).422

The five known children of John11 HART and Mary GILES (see #1921) were as follows:

1921. Mary11 GILES was born in 1567.422 She married John HART (see #1920), son of Christopher HART and Elizabeth Lee MAY.422

1984. Robert11 HODGSON was born in 1540 Yorkshire, England.287

The only known child of Robert11 HODGSON and an unknown spouse was:

2012. Thomas11 MADDOCK (John, #4024) was born circa 1615 England.35 He married Elizabeth SIMCOCK (see #2013) on 24 Jun 1641 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He died circa 1690 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35

The five known children of Thomas11 MADDOCK and Elizabeth SIMCOCK (see #2013) were as follows:

2013. Elizabeth11 SIMCOCK was born in 1617.35 She married Thomas MADDOCK (see #2012), son of John MADDOCK, on 24 Jun 1641 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35 She died.

2014. Anthony11 NICHOLLS was born circa 1624.35

The only known child of Anthony11 NICHOLLS and an unknown spouse was:

2036. Thomas11 MADDOCK (John, #4024) was born circa 1615 England.35 He married Elizabeth SIMCOCK (see #2013) on 24 Jun 1641 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35 He died circa 1690 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35

The five known children of Thomas11 MADDOCK and Elizabeth SIMCOCK (see #2013) were as follows:

2037. Elizabeth11 SIMCOCK was born in 1617.35 She married Thomas MADDOCK (see #2012), son of John MADDOCK, on 24 Jun 1641 in Chester, Cheshire, England.35 She died.

2038. Anthony11 NICHOLLS was born circa 1624.35

The only known child of Anthony11 NICHOLLS and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twelve

2696. Anthony12 MORSE was born circa 1579 of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35 He married Christian (--?--) (see #2697) circa 1605 in (prob) Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35 He died on 21 Nov 1621 in Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35

The six known children of Anthony12 MORSE and Christian (--?--) (see #2697) were as follows:

2697. Christian12 (--?--) was born circa 1580.35 She married Anthony MORSE (see #2696) circa 1605 in (prob) Marlborough, Wiltshire, England.35

2700. John12 BERNARD. Of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.35 He married Phebe (--?--) (see #2701) in (prob) Whitby, Yorkshire, England. He married Elizabeth BUSHELL on 28 Oct 1612 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England. He died in Jun 1646.35

The only known child of John12 BERNARD and Phebe (--?--) (see #2701) was:

2701. Phebe12 (--?--) was born Essex, England.35 She married John BERNARD (see #2700) in (prob) Whitby, Yorkshire, England. She died on 1 Jul 1685 in England.35

2784. Pieter Lucasz12 Van DUERSEN (Willem, #5568) was born Asperen, Brabant, Netherlands.477 He married Maria JANS (see #2785).477

He moved from Asperen to Haarlem, Noord (North) Holland, Netherlands, in 1581 and became Magistrate in Haarlem in 1583.

The only known child of Pieter Lucasz12 Van DUERSEN and Maria JANS (see #2785) was:

2785. Maria12 JANS married Pieter Lucasz Van DUERSEN (see #2784), son of Willem Van DUERSEN and Elisabeth GYSBERTS.477

2786. Melchior12 (--?--) was born circa 1584.35

The only known child of Melchior12 (--?--) and an unknown spouse was:

3840. Christopher12 HART was born in 1543.422 He married Elizabeth Lee MAY (see #3841).422 He died in 1581.422

The only known child of Christopher12 HART and Elizabeth Lee MAY (see #3841) was:

3841. Elizabeth Lee12 MAY was born in 1543.422 She married Christopher HART (see #3840).422 She died in 1593.422

4024. John12 MADDOCK was born circa 1589.35 He died.

The two known children of John12 MADDOCK and an unknown spouse both born in England were as follows:

Generation Thirteen

5568. Willem13 Van DUERSEN (Hendrick, #11136) married Elisabeth GYSBERTS (see #5569).477

The only known child of Willem13 Van DUERSEN and Elisabeth GYSBERTS (see #5569) was:

5569. Elisabeth13 GYSBERTS married Willem Van DUERSEN (see #5568), son of Hendrick Van DUERSEN and Maria RUTGERS.477

Generation Fourteen

11136. Hendrick14 Van DUERSEN (Jan, #22272) was born Castle Deursen.477 He married Maria RUTGERS (see #11137).477 He died in 1567 in Asperen, Brabant, Netherlands.477

In is not unlikely that he was the first protestant of the family. When the people saw their lord a protestant in those trying days, they, too, were emboldened to openly avow their faith. The protestant church at Deursen bears witness to his. He became "drossaert" (head-magistrate, similar to a justice of the peace) of Asperen, in Brabant. He did not adopt the alterations and additions made to the family Coat-of-Arms by his father, but returned to the original. They had only one son.

The only known child of Hendrick14 Van DUERSEN and Maria RUTGERS (see #11137) was:

11137. Maria14 RUTGERS married Hendrick Van DUERSEN (see #11136), son of Jan Van DUERSEN and Elisabeth Van HEUSDEN.477

Generation Fifteen

22272. Jan15 Van DUERSEN (Jan Willem, #44544) married Elisabeth Van HEUSDEN (see #22273).477 He died after 1550.477

He was the last male descendant of Govert Van DUERSEN who held the ancestral seat, the lands and castle of Duersen. His mother and wife were both from the old renowned house of Heusden, for which reason he took the famous "wheel of Heusden" into his Coat-of-Arms.

The only known child of Jan15 Van DUERSEN and Elisabeth Van HEUSDEN (see #22273) was:

22273. Elisabeth15 Van HEUSDEN married Jan Van DUERSEN (see #22272), son of Jan Willem Van DUERSEN and Miss Van HEUSDEN.477

Generation Sixteen

44544. Jan Willem16 Van DUERSEN (Nicolas, #89088) married Miss Van HEUSDEN (see #44545), daughter of Gerritt Van HEUSDEN.477

The only known child of Jan Willem16 Van DUERSEN and Miss Van HEUSDEN (see #44545) was:

44545. Miss16 Van HEUSDEN (Gerritt, #89090) married Jan Willem Van DUERSEN (see #44544), son of Nicolas Van DUERSEN and Machteld PROEYS.477

Generation Seventeen

89088. Nicolas17 Van DUERSEN (Jan, #178176) married Machteld PROEYS (see #89089).477

The only known child of Nicolas17 Van DUERSEN and Machteld PROEYS (see #89089) was:

89089. Machteld17 PROEYS married Nicolas Van DUERSEN (see #89088), son of Jan Van DUERSEN and Wilhelmina Van ZOUDENBALG.477

89090. Gerritt17 Van HEUSDEN.

The only known child of Gerritt17 Van HEUSDEN and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Eighteen

178176. Jan18 Van DUERSEN (Jan, #356352) married Wilhelmina Van ZOUDENBALG (see #178177).477

The only known child of Jan18 Van DUERSEN and Wilhelmina Van ZOUDENBALG (see #178177) was:

178177. Wilhelmina18 Van ZOUDENBALG married Jan Van DUERSEN (see #178176), son of Jan Van DUERSEN and Aleid Van DOMPSELAER.477

Generation Nineteen

356352. Jan19 Van DUERSEN (Jan, #712704) married Aleid Van DOMPSELAER (see #356353).477

The only known child of Jan19 Van DUERSEN and Aleid Van DOMPSELAER (see #356353) was:

356353. Aleid19 Van DOMPSELAER married Jan Van DUERSEN (see #356352), son of Jan Van DUERSEN and Aleid Van BLOEMENSWEERDE.477

Generation Twenty

712704. Jan20 Van DUERSEN was born circa 1398. He married Aleid Van BLOEMENSWEERDE (see #712705) in 1419.477

The only known child of Jan20 Van DUERSEN and Aleid Van BLOEMENSWEERDE (see #712705) was:

712705. Aleid20 Van BLOEMENSWEERDE was born circa 1400. She married Jan Van DUERSEN (see #712704) in 1419.477





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