Documented Ahnentafel

for Curtis Lynn Older

Report as of 11 November 2017



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Ahnentafel Numbering - The ahnentafel (or Sosa-Stradonitz) numbering system assigns the number 1 to the source person. The father of number 1 is number 2. The spouse of 2 is 3. The rule is: to find the father of a person, double the number. To find the mother of a person, double the number and add 1.

1 Curtis Lynn Older
born: 05 November 1947, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
died:
noteworthy: Member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (General Number 73,031, North Carolina Number 1664), National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (National Number 128,556, Minnesota Number 1848), Society of the Descendants of Washington’s Army at Valley Forge (National Number 1052), United State Navy veteran, Master of Science in Accounting

2 Truxton James Older
born: 28 September 1911, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois, USA
died: 06 April 2009, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant

ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
TRUXTON JAMES OLDER and his son CURTIS LYNN OLDER

1) Birth certificate for Curtis Lynn Older, parents Truxton James Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, County Clerk's Office, Registered Birth #1884, signed by Doctor Henry P. Lattuada. Filed November 21, 1947, with G. G. Arnholt, Registrar, Vermilion County, Illinois, probably at page 36393.
2) Death certificate for Truxton James Older, Vermilion County Health Department, Danville, Illinois, Medical Certificate of Death, Date Issued 04/27/20090, State File Number 2009 0009703. Informant’s name is Curtis Older and Relationship is son.
3) Obituary for Truxton James Older in the Danville Commercial News dated approximately 07 or 08 April 2009 which lists Curtis Lynn Older as a son and Rachael Lynn Older as a granddaughter.
4) Census records for Truxton James Older, Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, and Curtis Lynn Older for 1950 and 1960, State of Illinois, Danville, Vermilion County.
5) Quitclaim deed from Mavis L. Older a/k/a Mavis Lorene Older a/k/a Lorane Gouty Older to her husband Truxton J. Older and to her son Curtis L. Older entered at Williamsport, Warren County, Indiana, by Auditor of Warren County, 11:37 AM, deed record 101, page 226, on October 26, 1983.
6) Notice of birth of Curtis Lynn Older to Truxton Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older about November 6 or 7, 1947 appearing in the Danville Commercial News.
7) Will of Truxton James Older, filed 07 April 2009 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Vermilion County, Illinois, in which he names his granddaughter Rachel (i.e., Rachael) Older as his sole heir.
8) Ethel Belle Fox Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Lists Curtis Lynn Older as the son of Truxton James Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
9) Social Security application which should list parents of Curtis Lynn Older.
10) United States Navy file.

3 Mavis Lorene Gouty
born: 11 April 1918, near Gessie, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 17 August 1986, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: member Daughters of the American Revolution - National Number 437492

ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MAVIS LORENE GOUTY and her son CURTIS LYNN OLDER

1) Birth certificate for Curtis Lynn Older, parents Truxton James Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, County Clerk's Office, Registered Birth #1884, signed by Doctor Henry P. Lattuada. Filed November 21, 1947, with G. G. Arnholt, Registrar, Vermilion County, Illinois, probably at page 36393.
2) Quitclaim deed from Mavis L. Older a/k/a Mavis Lorene Older a/k/a Lorane Gouty Older to her husband Truxton J. Older and to her son Curtis L. Older entered at Williamsport, Indiana, by Auditor of Warren County, 11:37 AM, deed record 101, page 226, on October 26, 1983.
3) Danville Commercial News newspaper death announcement for Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, probably on August 18 or 19, 1986, lists Curtis L. Older as a son and Truxton J. Older as husband.
4) Will of Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, in possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Probably recorded at Danville, Vermilion, Illinois, court house.
5) Census records for Truxton James Older, Mavis Lorene Gouty Older, and Curtis Lynn Older for 1950 and 1960, State of Illinois, Danville, Vermilion County.
6) Notice of birth of Curtis Lynn Older to Truxton Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older about November 6 or 7, 1947, appearing in Danville Commercial News.
7) Ethel Belle Fox Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Lists Curtis Lynn Older as the son of Truxton James Older and Mavis Lorene Gouty Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
8) State of Illinois Medical Record of Death, Mavis Lorene Older, registration district #92.0, registered number D86-0744, informant Truxton J. Older, relationship Husband, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, court house.

4 Roy Burton Older
born: 10 February 1886, location not known, USA
died: 13 April 1964, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: self-made engineer; high school graduate

ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ROY BURTON OLDER and his son TRUXTON JAMES OLDER

1) Marriage record found in Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940, Roy Burton Older and Ethel Leota (sic) Worth, Champaign County, Illinois, 1911. GS Film Number 000338047, Digital Folder Number 004539312, Image Number 00282. FHL microfilm 338,047. The record only shows the year of marriage, 1911. No month or day appears.
2) Birth certificate for Truxton James Older listing Roy B. Older and Ethel Older as parents, State of Illinois, Report of Birth to County Clerk, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois. Date of birth 28 September 1911. The residence of the mother and the location of birth was 1165 North Edward Street, Decatur, Illinois. The name of the child was added to the birth certificate per affidavit of 03 July 1973.
3) Death certificate for Roy Burton Older, State of Illinois Medical Certificate of Death for Roy Burton Older, registration district #92.0, registered number 347, date of birth 10 February 1886, date of death 13 April 1964 at Danville, Illinois, signed by Truxton J. Older, son, informant.
4) Census record for Roy Burton Older, Ethel Leona Worth Older, and Truxton James Older for 1920, State of Illinois, Newell Township, Vermilion County, East Voorhees, house number 7, dwelling number 5, family number 5.
5) Census record for Roy Older, Ethel Older, and Truxton Older for 1930, state of Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Ward 4.
6) Census record for Truxton Older living with grandparents and aunt and uncle, 1930 State of Michigan, Wayne County, Part of Precinct 32, Township - Detroit, Baxter Blvd. House 9125, Dwelling Number 2, Family Number 3.
7) Obituary for Roy Burton Older in the Danville Commercial News about 14 or 15 April 1964.
8) Certificate of Baptism at First Presbyterian Church, Danville, Illinois, for Truxton James Older lists his parents as Roy B. Older and Ethel L. Older, dated 29 June 1947 and gives his date of birth as 28 September 1911. Original in the possession of Curtis L. Older.
9) Ethel Belle Fox Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. The Bible lists Truxton J. Older as born at Decatur, Illinois, 28 September 1911 a son of Ethel and Roy Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.

5 Ethel Leona Worth
born: 08 January 1893, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, USA
died: 26 December 1976, Ventura, Ventura County, California, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ETHEL LEONA WORTH and her son TRUXTON JAMES OLDER
1) Birth certificate for Truxton James Older listing Roy B. Older and Ethel Older as parents, State of Illinois, Report of Birth to County Clerk, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois. Date of birth 28 September 1911. The residence of the mother and the location of birth was 1165 North Edward Street, Decatur, Illinois. The name of the child was added to the birth certificate per affidavit of 03 July 1973. Sex was corrected from female to male. Age of mother - 19.
2) Marriage record found in Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940, Roy Burton Older and Ethel Leota (sic) Worth, Champaign County, Illinois, 1911. GS Film Number 000338047, Digital Folder Number 004539312, Image Number 00282. FHL microfilm 338,047. The record only shows the year of marriage, 1911. No month or day appears.
3) Census record for Roy Burton Older, Ethel Leona Worth Older, and Truxton James Older for 1920, State of Illinois, Newell Township, Vermilion County, East Voorhees, house number 7, dwelling number 5, family number 5.
4) Census record for Roy Older, Ethel Older, and Truxton Older for 1930, state of Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Ward 4.
5) Census record for Truxton Older living with grandparents and aunt and uncle, 1930 State of Michigan, Wayne County, Part of Precinct 32, Township - Detroit, Baxter Blvd. House 9125, Dwelling Number 2, Family Number 3.
6) 1940 U. S. Census for Danville, Vermilion, Illinois gives Ethel Older and Roy Older. For Ethel: born in Indiana, age 48.
7) Will of Ethel L. Older dated 28 April 1970 at Ventura, California. This will should have been recorded in the Ventura County, California court system after her death. The will names her children as Truxton Older, Wilma Jane Zillman, and Robert Older.
8) Obituary for Ethel Older in the Danville Commercial News dated approximately 27 or 28 December 1975 which lists Truxton J. Older as a son.
9) Certificate of Baptism at First Presbyterian Church, Danville, Illinois for Truxton James Older which lists his parents as Roy B. Older and Ethel L. Older, dated 29 June 1947 and gives his date of birth as 28 September 1911. Original in possession of Curtis L. Older.
10) Death certificate for Ethel Leona Older State of California Certification of Vital Record, Ventura County, local registration district 5600, certificate number 2405, date of death 26 December 1975, date of birth 08 January 1893, informant Mrs. Wilma Zillman, a sister of Truxton J. Older and a daughter of Ethel Leona Worth Older. According to census records, social security records, and the birth record for Truxton James Older, Ethel Leona Worth was born 1 January 1892.
11) Ethel Belle Fox Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. The Bible lists Truxton J. Older as born at Decatur, Illinois, 28 September 1911 a son of Ethel and Roy Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.

6 Robert William Gouty
born: 26 August 1889, Gessie, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 04 June 1949, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: descendant of American Revolution heroes
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ROBERT WILLIAM GOUTY and his daughter MAVIS LORENE GOUTY
1) Mavis Lorene Gouty Birth certificate #73, page 64, recorded April 13, 1918, Indiana State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana. Father Robert Gouty and Mother Ethel Belle Fox Gouty.
2) 1920 U.S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated February 24-26, 1920, Roll T625_473, Page 5A, ED 207, Image 105, Dwelling #100, Family #100. Robert W. Gouty, Ethel B. Gouty, and Mavis L. Gouty.
3) 1930 U. S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated April 17, 1930 by Carter H. Brickett, Dwelling #24, Family #24. Robert W. Gouty, Ethel B. Gouty, and Mavis L. Gouty.
4) Wedding announcement probably in the Danville Commercial News about September 2 or 3, 1938, Miss Mavis Lorene Gouty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gouty.
5) Engagement announcement in Danville Commercial News for Mavis Lorene Gouty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gouty.
6) Obituary for Mavis Lorene Gouty Older in Danville Commercial News
about August 18 or 19, 1986, daughter of Robert W. and Ethel Fox Gouty.
7) State of Illinois Medical Record of Death, Mavis Lorene Older, registration district #92.0, registered number D86-0744, informant Truxton J. Older, relationship Husband, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, court house. Father listed as Robert W. Gouty and mother as Ethel Fox.
8) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.

7 Ethel Belle Fox
born: 06 October 1892, near Gessie, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 25 January 1971, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: descendant of American Revolution heroes
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ETHEL BELLE FOX and her daughter MAVIS LORENE GOUTY
1) Mavis Lorene Gouty Birth certificate #73, page 64, H8, recorded April 13, 1918, Indiana State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana. Father Robert Gouty and Mother Ethel Belle Fox Gouty. Date of this document - 25 June 1957.
2) Indiana State Board of Health, division of vital statistics, certificate of birth #22141, Mavis Lorene Gouty, 11 April 1918. Father - Robert W. Gouty, Highland Township, age 28, birthplace Indiana, occupation farmer. Mother - Ethel Belle Fox, Highland Township, age 25, birthplace Indiana, occupation housewife. Filed April 13, 1918.
3) 1920 U.S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated February 24-26, 1920, Roll T625_473, Page 5A, ED 207, Image 105, Dwelling #100, Family #100. Robert W. Gouty, Ethel B. Gouty, and Mavis L. Gouty.
4) 1930 U. S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated April 17, 1930 by Carter H. Brickett, Dwelling #24, Family #24. Robert W. Gouty, Ethel B. Gouty, and Mavis L. Gouty.
5) Wedding announcement probably in the Danville Commercial News about September 2 or 3, 1938, Miss Mavis Lorene Gouty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gouty.
6) Engagement announcement in Danville Commercial News for Mavis Lorene Gouty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gouty.
7) Obituary for Mavis Lorene Gouty Older in Danville Commercial News about August 18 or 19, 1986, daughter of Robert W. and Ethel Fox Gouty.
8) State of Illinois Medical Record of Death, Mavis Lorene Older, registration district #92.0, registered number D86-0744, informant Truxton J. Older, relationship Husband, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, court house. Father listed as Robert W. Gouty and mother as Ethel Fox.
9) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.

8 James Grant Older
born: 14 March 1864, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon County, Illinois, USA
died: 31 March 1946, Dearborn, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JAMES GRANT OLDER and his son ROY BURTON OLDER
1) State of Illinois Medical Certificate of Death for Roy Burton Older, registration district #92.0, registered number 347, date of birth February 10, 1886, date of death April 13, 1964, Danville, Illinois, father's full name James Grant Older, mother's full maiden name Minnie Lorenz, signed by Truxton J. Older, son, informant.
2) Illinois Marriage Records, James Grant Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Volume V, Vermilion County, IL, Marriages, Vermilion County Court Records, Film
#1298746:1298749.
3) Original data: Danville, IL, 1890. Danville, IL, USA: Norvell & Graham, 1890; Danville, Illinois Directory, 1889 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. James Older is listed in the 1889 Danville, Illinois Directory as living in Germantown (Danville Post Office), Illinois. His occupation was that of a painter and he worked at the Chicago & Eastern Illinois (C&EI) railroad shops.
4) James Grant Older and his wife Wilhelmina Frederika Lorenz are buried together at Springhill Cemetery in Danville, Illinois, next to Roy Burton Older and his wife Ethel Leona Worth. Also buried nearby are Nelle (Older) O’Rourke and Frank O’Rourke. Springhill Cemetery records, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, Lot 362, Block 21.
5) Obituary for Wilhelmina Lorenz Older, Danville Commercial News newspaper obituaries, April 28, 1965. Lists her husband as James G. Older, a son Roy, and a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Holmes.
6) James G. Older, Minnie, Roy, Nellie, Maybelle, and James' mother Eliza (Baird) (Older) Wire are listed in the 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Terre Haute, Harrison Township, Ward #8, enumerated June 2, 1900, house number 1658, dwelling number 51, and family number 52.
7) 1910 U. S. Census for Illinois, Macon County, city of Decatur, Decatur Township, Ward #6, enumerated April 21, 1910, enumeration district #117, Sheet 10 A, house number 1657, dwelling number 226, and family number
271. States that three children are all living. Nellie age 21 and Mabel age 17 are still in the household.
8) 1930 U. S. Census for Michigan, Wayne County, Part of Precinct 32, Township - Detroit, enumerated April 11, 1930, Roll T626_1049, Page 17A, Image 0824, Baxter Blvd., House 9125, Dwelling Number 2, Family Number 3. Lists James G. Older, Minnie Older, Frank O’Rourke, Nell O’Rourke, and Truxton
J. Older living in the household. Truxton J. Older was a son of Roy Burton Older and James Grant Older and Wilhelmina Frederika Lorenz were his grandparents.
9) There probably is an obituary for James Grant Older in the Danville Commercial News shortly after March 31, 1946, his date of death.
10) There should be a Death Certificate for James Grant Older, either in Detroit or Dearborn, Michigan, or possibly in Danville, Illinois.

9 Wilhelmina “Minnie” Fredericka Lorenz
born: 28 March 1866, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
died: 27 April 1965, Dearborn, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
noteworthy: lived to age 99
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between WILHELMINA FREDERICKA LORENZ and her son ROY BURTON OLDER
1) State of Illinois Medical Certificate of Death for Roy Burton Older, registration district #92.0, registered number 347, date of birth February 10, 1886, date of death April 13, 1964, Danville, Illinois, father's full name James Grant Older, mother's full maiden name Minnie Lorenz, signed by Truxton J. Older, son, informant.
2) Illinois Marriage Records, James Grant Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Volume V, Vermilion County, IL, Marriages, Vermilion County Court Records, Film #1298746:1298749.
3) James Grant Older and his wife Wilhelmina Frederika Lorenz are buried together at Springhill Cemetery in Danville, Illinois, next to Roy Burton Older and his wife Ethel Leona Worth. Also buried nearby are Nelle (Older) O’Rourke and Frank O’Rourke. Springhill Cemetery records, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, Lot 362, Block 21.
4) Obituary for Wilhelmina Lorenz Older, Danville Commercial News newspaper obituaries, April 28, 1965. Lists her husband as James G. Older, a son Roy, and a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Holmes.
5) James G. Older, Minnie, Roy, Nellie, Maybelle, and James' mother Eliza (Baird) (Older) Wire are listed in the 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Terre Haute, Harrison Township, Ward #8, enumerated June 2, 1900, house number 1658, dwelling number 51, and family number 52.
6) 1910 U. S. Census for Illinois, Macon County, city of Decatur, Decatur Township, Ward #6, enumerated April 21, 1910, enumeration district #117, Sheet 10 A, house number 1657, dwelling number 226, and family number States that three children are all living. Nellie age 21 and Mabel age 17 are still in the household.
7) 1930 U. S. Census for Michigan, Wayne County, Part of Precinct 32, Township - Detroit, enumerated April 11, 1930, Roll T626_1049, Page 17A, Image 0824, Baxter Blvd., House 9125, Dwelling Number 2, Family Number 3. Lists James G. Older, Minnie Older, Frank O’Rourke, Nell O’Rourke, and Truxton J. Older living in the household. Truxton J. Older was a son of Roy Burton Older and James Grant Older and Wilhelmina Frederika Lorenz were his grandparents.
8) There probably is an obituary for James Grant Older in the Danville Commercial News shortly after March 31, 1946, his date of death. The obituary probably names his wife and children who were all living at the time of his death.
9) There should be a Death Certificate for Wilhelmina Fredericka Lorenz Older, either in Detroit or Dearborn, Michigan, or possibly in Danville, Illinois.

10 Chesterfield D. Worth
born: 1850, Rush County, Indiana, USA
died: After March 1892 and Before 1893, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between CHESTERFIELD WORTH and his daughter ETHEL LEONA WORTH
1) Death certificate for Ethel Leona Older State of California Certification of Vital Record, Ventura County, local registration district 5600, certificate number 2405, date of death 26 December 1975, date of birth 08 January 1893, informant Mrs. Wilma Zillman, a sister of Truxton J. Older. Chesterfield Worth appears as the father and Lucy Jane Harmeson as the mother.
2) Obituary for Ethel Older in the Danville Commercial News dated approximately 27 or 28 December 1976 which lists Chesterfield Worth and Lucy Jane Harmeson Worth as her parents. There may be an obituary in a Ventura, California, newspaper as well.
3) Social Security application form of Ethel Leona Worth, SSN #562-21- 4615, also listed under Roy Burton Older SSN #329-09-0236, applied for at Ventura, California, which lists her father as Chesterfield Worth and her mother as Lucy Jane Harmeson.
4) 1892 Terre Haute (Indiana) City Directory, "Worth, Lucy (wid Chesterfield), lab, res 214 S 1st". Lucy also is listed as a widow of Chesterfield in the 1894 Terre Haute City Directory, residing at 22 Chesnut, and in the 1896 Terre Haute (Indiana) City Directory, residing at 426 S. Water.
5) State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages 1880 - 1920, R-Z, p. 190, Sup. Mt. v. 19, Clara Belle Worth, Isaphine Worth, Jessie Worth, and Malessia M. Worth. Name of bride - Isaphine Worth, name of father - Dock Worth, mother’s maiden name - Lucy Harmeson, female, white, age next birthday - 19, date of marriage - July 29, 1903, Book 7, p. 42. The marriage record of Isaphine Worth substantiates that Chesterfield Worth also was known as "Doc" [Dock} [Doctor] Worth. This supports the marriage license in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, that was for Doctor Dillon and Lucy Harmison. Doctor Dillon must have been Chesterfield Worth. Chesterfield Worth could not read or write at the time he married. He signed his marriage record with an “X” on page two. State of Illinois, Vermilion Co., Marriages, Doctor Dillon and Lucy Harmison, September 7, 1872, Film #1298746 - 1298749.
6) Pictures of Lucy Jane Harmison and the brothers and sisters of Ethel Leona Worth which include inscriptions on the back side consisting of “My darling mother”, “my mother”, “My sister”, “William H. Duke Terre Haute, Ind.
When he and sister Clara first met. When I was 12 years old”, “Isa”, “Clara Worth Age 18”, “Sister Anna”, and “Uncle Herbert”. Copies of these pictures were made by Curtis L. Older and are included in his genealogical records related to Ethel Leona Worth and Chesterfield Worth. The pictures were originally in the possession of Wilma Jane Older Zillman after her mother, Ethel Leona Worth, died.
7) U. S. Census of Illinois, 1880, Vermilion Co., Chesterfield Worth, age 29, born in Indiana, Lucy Jane Worth, age 27, born in Indiana, Elizabeth Worth age 7 daughter, and Jesse Worth age 4 son.
8) Ethel L. Worth is listed as a step-daughter by Jessie Lewellen in the 1900 Indiana census. Jessie Lewellen married Lucy Jane Harmison Worth in 1896. Jesse had previously married Elizabeth Worth, a sister of Chesterfield. Apparently Elizabeth Worth Lewellen died between 1888 and 1896. Chesterfield and Lucy Jane named their first son Jessie and their first daughter Elizabeth after Jessie Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen. 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Harrison Township, Terre Haute City, Roll T623_409, Page 11B, Enumeration District 110, House 125, Dwelling #230, Family #267, Lewellen, Jesse, head, white, male, born June 1845, Lewellen, Lucy J., wife, white, female, born April 1851, Worth, Jessie, stepson, white, male born February 1876, age 24, single, born in Indiana, white,, father born in Indiana, mother born in Indiana, day laborer, can read, write, and speak English, Worth, Isaphine, stepdaughter, white, female, born January 1885, age 15, Worth, Ethel L., stepdaughter, white, female, born January 1893, age 7.
9) State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages, V 4-M, Nov 1892 - Dec 1896, p. 87, Box 60, June 9, 1896 (929.3177245 V); State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages, June 9, 1896, Jesse Lewellen and Lucy Worth, Book 14, p. 84.

11 Lucy Jane Harmison
born: April 1851, Indiana, USA
died: 30 January 1908, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
LUCY JANE HARMISON and her daughter ETHEL LEONA WORTH
1) Death certificate for Ethel Leona Older State of California Certification of Vital Record, Ventura County, local registration district 5600, certificate number 2405, date of death 26 December 1975, date of birth 08 January 1893, informant Mrs. Wilma Zillman, a sister of Truxton J. Older. Chesterfield Worth appears as the father and Lucy Jane Harmeson as the mother.
2) Obituary for Ethel Older in the Danville Commercial News dated approximately 27 or 28 December 1976 which lists Chesterfield Worth and Lucy Jane Harmeson Worth as her parents. There may be an obituary in a Ventura, California, newspaper as well.
3) Social Security application form of Ethel Leona Worth, SSN #562-21- 4615, also listed under Roy Burton Older SSN #329-09-0236, applied for at Ventura, California, which lists her father as Chesterfield Worth and her mother as Lucy Jane Harmeson.
4) 1892 Terre Haute (Indiana) City Directory, "Worth, Lucy (wid Chesterfield), lab, res 214 S 1st". Lucy also is listed as a widow of Chesterfield in the 1894 Terre Haute City Directory, residing at 22 Chesnut, and in the 1896 Terre Haute (Indiana) City Directory, residing at 426 S. Water.
5) State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages 1880 - 1920, R-Z, p. 190, Sup. Mt. v. 19, Clara Belle Worth, Isaphine Worth, Jessie Worth, and Malessia M. Worth. Name of bride - Isaphine Worth, name of father - Dock Worth, mother’s maiden name - Lucy Harmeson, female, white, age next birthday - 19, date of marriage - July 29, 1903, Book 7, p. 42. The marriage record of Isaphine Worth substantiates that Chesterfield Worth also was known as "Doc" [Dock} [Doctor] Worth. This supports the marriage license in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, that was for Doctor Dillon and Lucy Harmison. Doctor Dillon must have been Chesterfield Worth. Chesterfield Worth could not read or write at the time he married. He signed his marriage record with an “X” on page two. State of Illinois, Vermilion Co., Marriages, Doctor Dillon and Lucy Harmison, September 7, 1872, Film #1298746 - 1298749.
6) Pictures of Lucy Jane Harmison and the brothers and sisters of Ethel Leona Worth which include inscriptions on the back side consisting of “My darling mother”, “my mother”, “My sister”, “William H. Duke Terre Haute, Ind. When he and sister Clara first met. When I was 12 years old”, “Isa”, “Clara Worth Age 18”, “Sister Anna”, and “Uncle Herbert”. Copies of these pictures were made by Curtis L. Older and are included in his genealogical records related to Ethel Leona Worth and Chesterfield Worth. The pictures were originally in the possession of Wilma Jane Older Zillman after her mother, Ethel Leona Worth, died.
7) U. S. Census of Illinois, 1880, Vermilion Co., Chesterfield Worth, age 29, born in Indiana, Lucy Jane Worth, age 27, born in Indiana, Elizabeth Worth age 7 daughter, and Jesse Worth age 4 son.
8) Ethel L. Worth is listed as a step-daughter by Jessie Lewellen in the 1900 Indiana census. Jessie Lewellen married Lucy Jane Harmison Worth in 1896. Jesse had previously married Elizabeth Worth, a sister of Chesterfield. Apparently Elizabeth Worth Lewellen died between 1888 and 1896. Chesterfield and Lucy Jane named their first son Jessie and their first daughter Elizabeth after Jessie Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen. 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Harrison Township, Terre Haute City, Roll T623_409, Page 11B, Enumeration District 110, House 125, Dwelling #230, Family #267, Lewellen, Jesse, head, white, male, born June 1845, Lewellen, Lucy J., wife, white, female, born April 1851, Worth, Jessie, stepson, white, male born February 1876, age 24, single, born in Indiana, white,, father born in Indiana, mother born in Indiana, day laborer, can read, write, and speak English, Worth, Isaphine, stepdaughter, white, female, born January 1885, age 15, Worth, Ethel L., stepdaughter, white, female, born January 1893, age 7.
9) State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages, V 4-M, Nov 1892 - Dec 1896, p. 87, Box 60, June 9, 1896 (929.3177245 V); State of Indiana, Vigo Co., Marriages, June 9, 1896, Jesse Lewellen and Lucy Worth, Book 14, p. 84.
10) Indiana State Archives, Vigo Co., Indiana Death Index, name of deceased - Lucy Lewellyn, female, white, age at death 57, date of death January 30, 1908, Terre Haute, CH-49, p. 26; Indiana State Board of Health, Certificate of Death, Lucy Lewellen, location of death - Harrison Township, Vigo Co., Terre Haute, N 4th St., date of birth April 1851, age 57 years, information given by Jesse Worth, N 4th St.
11) The Terre Haute Tribune, Terre Haute, Indiana, January 31, 1908; Lucy Lewellen obituary, p. 2; The Terre Haute Indiana Star, Terre Haute, Indiana, February 1, 1908, Lucy Lewellen obituary, p. 3.
Highland Lawn Park Cemetery, Terre Haute, Indiana, Lucy Lewellen, burial in Lot 59, B. A. Sec. 11.

12 Joseph P. Gouty
born: 06 January 1860, Indiana, USA
died: 15 October 1939, Foster, Warren County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: descendant of American Revolution heroes
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOSEPH P. GOUTY and his son ROBERT WILLIAM GOUTY
1) Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married September 28, 1882.
2) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
3) Index to Birth Records Vermillion County (Indiana) 1882-1920, Volume I, Letters A-Z Inclusive, Page 74:
Gouty Rose Ann Jos. Mary Hartman F W Feb 21, 1884 C-1 48
Gouty (???) Jos. Mary Hartman M W Aug 26, 1889 C-3 15
Gouty (???) Jos Mary Hartman M W Aug 7, 1892 C-3 46
4) Birth certificate, infant Gouty, born August 26, 1889, at Gessie, Indiana, father Joseph Gouty, mother Mary H. Gouty, Vermillion County, Indiana, Department of Health, recorded locally in book number C-3, page number 15, September 4, 1889;
5) Last will and testament of Joseph P. Gouty, Warren County Court House, Williamsport, Indiana.
6) Estate Papers of Joseph P. Gouty in possession of Curtis Lynn Older.
Obituary for Robert William Gouty in the Danville Commercial News, Danville, Illinois, probably June 5, 1949.
7) Vermilion County, Illinois, Death Certificates, Gouty, Joseph P., sex and race not stated, age unknown, death certificate #0000497, date of death October 15, 1939, Vermilion, Danville.
8) 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, E. Dist 120, p. 43, Sheet 11, family includes Joseph Gouty; Mary D, wife; children: Rose A, Ezra E. Robert William born August 1889, Roy L, Inez, and Ida.
9) Index to Birth Records Vermillion County (Indiana) 1882-1920, Volume I, Letters A-Z Inclusive, Page 74, five children listed of Joseph Gouty and Mary Hartman.

13 Mary Luella Hartman
born: 21 July 1863
died: 23 June 1938, Foster, Warren County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY LUELLA HARTMAN and her son ROBERT WILLIAM GOUTY
1) Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married September 28, 1882.
2) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
3) Index to Birth Records Vermillion County (Indiana) 1882-1920, Volume I, Letters A-Z Inclusive, Page 74:

Gouty Rose Ann Jos. Mary Hartman F W Feb 21, 1884 C-1 48
Gouty(???) Jos. Mary Hartman M W Aug 26, 1889 C-3 15
Gouty(???) Jos. Mary Hartman M W Aug 7, 1892 C-3 46
4) Birth certificate, infant Gouty, born August 26, 1889, at Gessie, Indiana, father Joseph Gouty, mother Mary H. Gouty, Vermillion County, Indiana, Department of Health, recorded locally in book number C-3, page number 15, September 4, 1889;
5) Last will and testament of Joseph P. Gouty, Warren County Court House, Williamsport, Indiana.
6) Estate Papers of Joseph P. Gouty in possession of Curtis Lynn Older.
7) Obituary for Robert William Gouty in the Danville Commercial News, Danville, Illinois, probably June 5, 1949.
8) Vermilion County, Illinois, Death Certificates, Gouty, Joseph P., sex and race not stated, age unknown, death certificate #0000497, date of death October 15, 1939, Vermilion, Danville.
9) 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, E. Dist 120, p. 43, Sheet 11, family includes Joseph Gouty; Mary D, wife; children: Rose A, Ezra E. Robert William born August 1889, Roy L, Inez, and Ida.

14 Daniel Alexander Fox
born: 13 January 1860, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 29 July 1932, Covington, Fountain County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: descendant of American Revolution heroes
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DANIEL ALEXANDER FOX and his daughter ETHEL BELLE FOX
1) Death Certificate for Ethel B. Gouty, 25 January 1971 signed by her daughter, Mavis Lorene (Gouty) Older, which lists Daniel A. Fox and Elizabeth Ricketts as her parents.
2) Obituary Notice from Covington (IN) Republican Newspaper, front page, column one (probably about Mar 1, 1922) for Elizabeth Jane (Ricketts) Fox. Names Dan Fox as husband and Ethel as a daughter.
3) Marriage records, Fountain County Court House, Covington, Indiana, Book 8, #350, April 1, 1881, Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts. Fountain County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1848 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - G Inclusive, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerks Office Covington Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1941, County: Fountain, Name: Daniel A Fox, Spouse: Lizzie J Ricketts, Marriage Date: 01 Apr 1881, Book: 8, Original Source Page: 350.
4) Daniel A. Fox obituary and article in July 29, 1932, newspaper, probably Covington, Indiana, or Danville, Illinois. Lists five surviving children including Mrs. Ethel Gouty of Foster, IN. Daniel A. Fox obituary, Reel #182072, Covington (Indiana) Republican, January 1931 - December 1932, 05 August 1932. Names Mrs. Everett Hines as a daughter.
5) Will of Daniel Alexander Fox, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, Court House, page 218, record number 6, August 1, 1932. Names Ethel Gouty as a daughter.
6) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time Ethel Belle Fox and her father Daniel Alexander Fox were alive.
7) Warren County, Indiana, File No. 1391, Abraham L. Ricketts, Administrator of Estate of Melissa J. Ricketts. Filed January 29, 1924, FD6, page 152, B54. Ethel Fox is named as a grand-daughter.
8) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
9) Issue 9, Volume 1, News from Fox's Gap, published by The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox's Gap in Maryland, page 19, "The Children of Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts", by Curtis Lynn Older. Copy at Frederick County, Maryland, Historical Society.
10) 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T623_408, Page 6A, Enumeration District 93, enumerated June 11 and 12, 1900, by John L. Webster. Lists Ethel B. Fox as a daughter of Daniel A. Fox and Elizabeth J. Fox.
11) 1910 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Series T624, Roll 384, Part 1, Page 161A, enumerated April 20 and 21, 1910, by Jno. L. Webster. Lists Ethel B Fox as a daughter of Daniel A. Fox and Elizabeth J. Fox.
12) Article by Carmen (Hines) Abernathey, daughter of Ruby Dale (Fox) Hines, granddauther of Daniel Alexander Fox, published in New from Fox’s Gap, Issue 2, Bolume I, December 1, 1996. Copy in CD-rom entitled Fox’s Gap in Maryland at Hagerstown, Maryland library.
13) Indiana State Board of Health Certificate of Death, Daniel E. Fox, date of death 29 July 1932, Highland Township, Vermillion County. Name of wife Elizabeth Fox. Date of birth January 13, 1862. Name of father John Fox. Name of mother Susanna Hilligas. Informant William Fox. Burial in Hopewell Cemetery.

15 Elizabeth Jane Ricketts
born: 18 October 1861, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 28 February 1922, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA noteworthy: Burned to death when clothing caught on fire from stove and open gasoline bottle was nearby; descendant of American Revolution patriot
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ELIZABETH JANE RICKETTS and her daughter ETHEL BELLE FOX
1) Death Certificate for Ethel B. Gouty, 25 January 1971 signed by her daughter, Mavis Lorene (Gouty) Older, which lists Daniel A. Fox and Elizabeth Ricketts as her parents.
2) Obituary Notice from Covington (IN) Republican Newspaper, front page, column one (probably about Mar 1, 1922) for Elizabeth Jane (Ricketts) Fox. Names Dan Fox as husband and Ethel as a daughter.
3) Marriage records, Fountain County Court House, Covington, Indiana, Book 8, #350, April 1, 1881, Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts. Fountain County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1848 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - G Inclusive, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerks Office Covington Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1941, County: Fountain, Name: Daniel A Fox, Spouse: Lizzie J Ricketts, Marriage Date: 01 Apr 1881, Book: 8, Original Source Page: 350.
4) Daniel A. Fox obituary and article in July 29, 1932, newspaper, probably Covington, Indiana, or Danville, Illinois. Lists five surviving children including Mrs. Ethel Gouty of Foster, IN. Daniel A. Fox obituary, Reel #182072, Covington (Indiana) Republican, January 1931 - December 1932, 05 August 1932. Names Mrs. Everett Hines as a daughter.
5) Will of Daniel Alexander Fox, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, Court House, page 218, record number 6, August 1, 1932. Names Ethel Gouty as a daughter.
6) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time Ethel Belle Fox, her mother Elizabeth Jane Ricketts, and her father Daniel Alexander Fox were alive.
7) Warren County, Indiana, File No. 1391, Abraham L. Ricketts, Administrator of Estate of Melissa J. Ricketts. Filed January 29, 1924, FD6, page 152, B54. Ethel Fox is named as a grand-daughter.
8) Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland. Lists death of her mother, Elizabeth Jane Fox, as Feb 28, 1922, age 60 years, 4 months, 10 days. Buried on Thursday Home place.
9) Issue 9, Volume 1, News from Fox's Gap, published by The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox's Gap in Maryland, page 19, "The Children of Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts", by Curtis Lynn Older. Copy at Frederick County, Maryland, Historical Society.
10) 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T623_408, Page 6A, Enumeration District 93, enumerated June 11 and 12, 1900, by John L. Webster. Lists Ethel B. Fox as a daughter of Daniel Fox and Elizabeth J. Fox.
11) 1910 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Series T624, Roll 384, Part 1, Page 161A, enumerated April 20 and 21, 1910, by Jno. L. Webster. Lists Ethel B Fox as a daughter of Daniel A. Fox and Elizabeth J. Fox.
12) Article by Carmen (Hines) Abernathey, daughter of Ruby Dale (Fox) Hines, granddaughter of Daniel Alexander Fox, published in New from Fox’s Gap, Issue 2, Volume I, December 1, 1996. Copy in CD-rom entitled Fox’s Gap in Maryland at Hagerstown, Maryland library.

16 Samuel Clarence Older
born: 15 January 1837, Ontario, Canada
died: after 1891, probably Illinois, USA
noteworthy: born in Canada after parents left England
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SAMUEL CLARENCE OLDER and his son JAMES GRANT OLDER
1) Illinois Marriage Records, James Grant Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Volume V, Vermilion County, IL, Marriages, Vermilion County Court Records, Film
#1298746:1298749. Lists S. C. Older as father and Elisa Baird as mother.
2) Marriage license for Samuel Clarence Older and Jane Eliza Baird, August 11, 1856, Ross County, Ohio. Marriage solomized by Samuel J. Durham on August 14, 1856. Volume G3, Page 247.
3) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Sangamon County, Post Office - Mechanicsburg, Page 347, District No. 16, enumerated August 6, 1860, by J. H. Currier, Dwelling #2467, Family #2467, S. C. Older, age 23, male, Broom Maker, personal property = $100, born in Canada, J. E. Older, age 24, female, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, James Baird, age 54, male, Butcher, real estate = $75, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, Eliza Baird, age 58, female, born in Virginia, Henrietta Drury, age 17, female, born in Ohio, Albert Baird, age 14, male, born in Ohio.
4) 1862 and 1863 Military Census for Sangamon County, Illinois, page 68, Town of Mechanicsburg, County of Sangamon, Illinois, page 73, #256. Older, Samuel C. is listed as age 25, born in Canada, a farmer. Page 76 shows the total Enrolled for the town as 377 with 121 already Volunteered for service. The census probably listed male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Post Office - Danville, page number 15, enumerated July 4, 1870, by James A. Davis, Dwelling 124, Family 123, Samuel Older, age 34, male, white, Broom Maker, born in Canada, male citizen of U. S. 21 years old, Eliza Older, age 36, female, white, keeping house, born in Ohio, Rose Older, age 8, female, white, born in Illinois, father foreign born, James Older, age 6, male, white, born in Illinois, father foreign born.
6) 1880 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Village of Germantown, Roll T9_255, Family History Film 1254255, Page 290D, Enumeration District 208, Image 0069, Dwelling 284, Family 305, Samuel Older, white, male, age 43, married, painter, born in Canada, parents born in England, Eliza Older, white, female, age 46, wife, married, at home, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Virginia, Rose Older, white, female, age 17, daughter, single, at home, born in Illinois, father born in Canada, mother born in Ohio, James Older, white, male, age 16, son, apprentice to painter, born in Illinois, father born in Canada, mother born in Ohio.
7) James G. Older, Minnie, Roy, Nellie, Maybelle, and James' mother Eliza (Baird) (Older) Wire are listed in the 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Terre Haute, Harrison Township, Ward #8, enumerated June 2, 1900, house number 1658, dwelling number 51, and family number 52.
8) There probably is an obituary for James Grant Older in the Danville Commercial News shortly after March 31, 1946, his date of death.
9) There should be a Death Certificate for James Grant Older, either in Detroit or Dearborn, Michigan, or possibly in Danville, Illinois.
10) There may be an obituary in a newspaper and a death certificate for Jane Eliza Baird. According to Sarah Hamer Chumney, Jane Eliza Baird died in (?3?) May 1911 (?1914?) and is buried in the Munford Cemetery in Covington, Tipton County, Tennessee. She was living with her daughter, Annabelle, at the time.

17 Jane Eliza Baird
born: 10 August 1835, Ohio, USA
died: May 1911, Covington, Tennessee, USA
noteworthy: burned to death from cigarette fire
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JANE ELIZA BAIRD and her son JAMES GRANT OLDER
1) Illinois Marriage Records, James Grant Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Volume V, Vermilion County, IL, Marriages, Vermilion County Court Records, Film
#1298746:1298749. Lists S. C. Older as father and Elisa Baird as mother.
2) Marriage license for Samuel Clarence Older and Jane Eliza Baird, August 11, 1856, Ross County, Ohio. Marriage solomized by Samuel J. Durham on August 14, 1856. Volume G3, Page 247.
3) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Sangamon County, Post Office - Mechanicsburg, Page 347, District No. 16, enumerated August 6, 1860, by J. H. Currier, Dwelling #2467, Family #2467, S. C. Older, age 23, male, Broom Maker,
personal property = $100, born in Canada, J. E. Older, age 24, female, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, James Baird, age 54, male, Butcher, real estate = $75, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, Eliza Baird, age 58, female, born in Virginia, Henrietta Drury, age 17, female, born in Ohio, Albert Baird, age 14, male, born in Ohio.
4) 1862 and 1863 Military Census for Sangamon County, Illinois, page 68, Town of Mechanicsburg, County of Sangamon, Illinois, page 73, #256. Older, Samuel C. is listed as age 25, born in Canada, a farmer. Page 76 shows the total Enrolled for the town as 377 with 121 already Volunteered for service. The census probably listed male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Post Office - Danville, page number 15, enumerated July 4, 1870, by James A. Davis, Dwelling 124, Family 123, Samuel Older, age 34, male, white, Broom Maker, born in Canada, male citizen of U. S. 21 years old, Eliza Older, age 36, female, white, keeping house, born in Ohio, Rose Older, age 8, female, white, born in Illinois, father foreign born, James Older, age 6, male, white, born in Illinois, father foreign born.
6) 1880 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Village of Germantown, Roll T9_255, Family History Film 1254255, Page 290D, Enumeration District 208, Image 0069, Dwelling 284, Family 305, Samuel Older, white, male, age 43, married, painter, born in Canada, parents born in England, Eliza Older, white, female, age 46, wife, married, at home, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Virginia, Rose Older, white, female, age 17, daughter, single, at home, born in Illinois, father born in Canada, mother born in Ohio, James Older, white, male, age 16, son, apprentice to painter, born in Illinois, father born in Canada, mother born in Ohio.
7) James G. Older, Minnie, Roy, Nellie, Maybelle, and James' mother Eliza (Baird) (Older) Wire are listed in the 1900 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vigo County, Terre Haute, Harrison Township, Ward #8, enumerated June 2, 1900, house number 1658, dwelling number 51, and family number 52.
8) There probably is an obituary for James Grant Older in the Danville Commercial News shortly after March 31, 1946, his date of death.
There should be a Death Certificate for James Grant Older, either in Detroit or Dearborn, Michigan, or possibly in Danville, Illinois.
9) There may be an obituary in a newspaper and a death certificate for Jane Eliza Baird. According to Sarah Hamer Chumney, Jane Eliza Baird died on (?3?) May 1911 (?1914?) and is buried in the Munford Cemetery in Covington, Tipton County, Tennessee. She was living with her daughter, Annabelle, at the time of her death.

18 Gottfeid (Gotfried) Lorenz (Lorens)
born: 1827, Germany
died: after 1870, probably Illinois, USA
noteworthy: the last ancestor of Curtis Lynn Older to come to the United States
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between GOTTFEID LORENZ and his daughter WILHELMINA FREDERICKA LORENZ
1) Vermilion County, Illinois, Court Records, Film #1298746 - 1298749, Ernest Lehmann, Anna Stebens, marriage date November 16, 1857.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Court Records, Film #1298746 - 1298749, Johanna Lehmann, Gottfried Lorens, marriage date November 27, 1863.
3) 1870 U. S. Federal Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Post Office - Danville, Roll, M593_285, Page 102, Image 206, Dwelling 34, Family 34, Lorens, Gottfeid, age 43, white, cabinet maker, real estate = $700, personal property = $150, born in Germany, Lorens, Hannah, age 32, female, white, keeping house, born in Germany.
4) Marriage License, State of Illinois, Vermilion County Court House, Danville, Illinois, Volume V, Vermilion County, Illinois, Marriages, James G. Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, Vermilion County Court records, film #1298746:1298749, Wilhelmina "Minnie" Fredericka Lorenz lists her parents as Gottfried Lorenz and Hannah Stuebe.
5) Obituary for Minnie Lorenz Older, Danville Commercial News newspaper obituaries, probably April 28, 1965, or within a week after that date.
6) There should be a death certificate at Dearborn, Wayne County, Michigan.

19 Hannah Stuebe
born: January 1838, Germany
died: 12 March 1908, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, USA
noteworthy: her sister's husband met Abraham Lincoln in Danville, Illinois
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
HANNAH STUEBE and her daughter WILHELMINA FREDERICKA LORENZ
1) Vermilion County, Illinois, Court Records, Film #1298746 - 1298749, Ernest Lehmann, Anna Stebens, marriage date November 16, 1857.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Court Records, Film #1298746 - 1298749, Johanna Lehmann, Gottfried Lorens, marriage date November 27, 1863.
3) 1870 U. S. Federal Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Post Office - Danville, Roll, M593_285, Page 102, Image 206, Dwelling 34, Family 34, Lorens, Gottfeid, age 43, white, cabinet maker, real estate = $700, personal property = $150, born in Germany, Lorens, Hannah, age 32, female, white, keeping house, born in Germany.
4) Marriage License, State of Illinois, Vermilion County Court House, Danville, Illinois, Volume V, Vermilion County, Illinois, Marriages, James G. Older and Minnie F. Lorenz, married May 21, 1885, Vermilion County Court records, film #1298746:1298749, Wilhelmina "Minnie" Fredericka Lorenz lists her parents as Gottfried Lorenz and Hannah Stuebe.
5) Obituary for Minnie Lorenz Older, Danville Commercial News newspaper obituaries, probably April 28, 1965, or within a week after that date.
6) There may be a death certificate at Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois.

20 John Worth
born: About 1817, (probably Randolph County), North Carolina, USA
died: After 01 February 1886, (probably Montgomery County, Indiana), USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant; two sons died early in the Civil War at Washington DC due to typhoid fever; one son was severely injured in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN WORTH and his son CHESTERFIELD D. WORTH
1) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1850, Rush Co., Jackson Township, enumerated September 4, 1850, by Isabael L. Sutton, p. 556, dwelling 52, family 54, John Worth, age 34, male, wagon-maker, born in North Carolina, Chesterfield D. Worth, age 1, male, born in Indiana.
2) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1860, Hendricks Co., Middle Township, Pittsborough, enumerated July 12, 1860, by Asa S. White, dwelling 0823, family 0823, John Worth, age 42, male, wagon wright, personal property $100, born in North Carolina, Chester F. D. Worth, age 10, male.
3) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1860, Montgomery County, Madison Township, post office - Linden, family number 0161, dwelling number 0166, John Worth age 42, wagon maker, real estate = $75, personal property = $100, born in North Carolina, Chesterfield Worth, age 8, male, born in Indiana.
4) Elizabeth A. Worth, a daughter of John Worth and a sister of Chesterfield Worth, was born about 1847. [See 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Rush County, Jackson Township, Roll M432_170, Page 556, Dwelling #52, Family #54, Elizabeth Worth, age 3, female, born in Indiana. Also 1860 U.S. Census for Indiana, Hendricks County, Middle Township, Post Office - Pittsborough, Roll M653_265, Page 799, enumerated July 12, 1860, Family 823, Dwelling 823, Elizabeth Worth, age 13, female.]
Elizabeth Worth married Jesse W. Lewellen on November 17, 1864. [State of Indiana, Montgomery Co., Marriages, Jesse W. Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth, married November 17, 1864, filed and recorded January 28, 1865, Book 6, p. "The proper Consent having been first filed by Jesse Lewallyn & John Worth a resident of said county."]
Elizabeth Worth and her husband Jesse Lewellen lived in the Shannandale community not far from John C. Worth and his wife Matilda (Horn). [U. S. Census of Indiana, 1880, Montgomery Co., Shannandale, enumerated June 11, 1880, by F. H. Marshall, p. 16, e. d. 102, John Worth, wife Matilda, dwelling 152, family 153; Jesse Lewellen, wife Elizabeth, dwelling 158, family 159.] [State of Indiana, Tippecanoe Co., Marriages, John Worth and Matilda Horn, May 14, 1866, Book C-11, p. 202.]
Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen had a male child who was born March 26, 1888. [State of Indiana, Montgomery Co., Births, 1882 to 1920, Book H-4, p. 141, male child of Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth, born March 26, 1888.]
Lucy Jane Harmison, the widow of Chesterfield Worth, married again on June 9, 1896, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Lucy married Jesse Lewellen, the widower of Elizabeth Worth, who was the sister of Chesterfield. Elizabeth Worth Lewellen apparently died sometime between March 26, 1888, and June 9, 1896.
5) Chesterfield Worth and his wife, Lucy Jane Harmison, had named their first two children after Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen. [U. S. Census of Illinois, 1880, Vermilion Co., Oakwood Township, e. d. 219, sheet 41, dwelling 298, family 299, enumerated June 28, 1880, by Magruder W. named John C. Worth. [U.S. Indiana Census for 1860, Hendricks County, Middle Township, John C. Worth age 15, male, Chester F. D. Worth age 10.]
We know from a letter written by John Worth, at New Ross, Indiana to Hiram C. Worth of Greensboro, NC, that John Worth had a son named John Worth who visited with Hiram C. Worth at his home in Greensboro, NC, “in the time of the war”. [Letter from John Worth (New Ross, Indiana) to Hiram C. Worth (Greensboro, North Carolina), 1 February 1886. Original letter at Hege Library, Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC.]
The death certificate of John C. Worth gives his date of birth as May 8, 1845, lists his father as John Worth and that he was buried at Clark’s Hill Cemetery. His tombstone at Clark’s Hill includes an inscription indicating he served in the 120th Indiana Infantry.
According to his military records, John C. Worth’s unit, the 120th Indiana, was at Greensboro, NC, sometime between May 1865 and August 22, 1865. He probably visited with Hiram C. Worth during this time. [National Archives, Civil War Pension Records, John C. Worth, 120th Indiana Infantry, Private, Company C, soldier's certificate #368-228, Can #7 730, Bundle #22, wife Rebecca J. Worth, number 497,241 appears on the cover of his folder, also #1,567,964. File contains a copy of his Honorable Discharge, a copy of his Death Certificate, and a copy of the Death Certificate for Matilda (Horn) Worth, his first wife.]
John C. Worth married Mary A. Hamm on or about February 4, 1920. The marriage certificate lists his father as John Worth and his mother as Julia Ann Hiatt. [Julia Ann Drysdale, as listed on the marriage license to John Worth, the father of John C. and Chesterfield, probably was at one time Julia Ann Hiatt.]
The evidence strongly supports the conclusion that John C. Worth and Chesterfield Worth were brothers and the sons of John Worth.

21 Julia Ann Drysdale
born: 27 January 1814, Kentucky, USA
died: 10 April 1856, Shelby County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: two sons died early in the Civil War at Washington DC due to typhoid fever; one son was severely injured in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JULIA ANN DRYSDALE and her son CHESTERFIELD D. WORTH
1) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1850, Rush Co., Jackson Township, enumerated September 4, 1850, by Isabael L. Sutton, p. 556, dwelling 52, family 54, John Worth, age 34, male, wagon-maker, born in North Carolina, Chesterfield D. Worth, age 1, male, born in Indiana.
2) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1860, Hendricks Co., Middle Township, Pittsborough, enumerated July 12, 1860, by Asa S. White, dwelling 0823, family 0823, John Worth, age 42, male, wagon wright, personal property $100, born in North Carolina, Chester F. D. Worth, age 10, male.
3) U. S. Census of Indiana, 1860, Montgomery County, Madison Township, post office - Linden, family number 0161, dwelling number 0166, John Worth age 42, wagon maker, real estate = $75, personal property = $100, born in North Carolina, Chesterfield Worth, age 8, male, born in Indiana.
4) Elizabeth A. Worth, a daughter of John Worth and a sister of Chesterfield Worth, was born about 1847. [See 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Rush County, Jackson Township, Roll M432_170, Page 556, Dwelling #52, Family #54, Elizabeth Worth, age 3, female, born in Indiana. Also 1860 U.S. Census for Indiana, Hendricks County, Middle Township, Post Office - Pittsborough, Roll M653_265, Page 799, enumerated July 12, 1860, Family 823, Dwelling 823, Elizabeth Worth, age 13, female.]
Elizabeth Worth married Jesse W. Lewellen on November 17, 1864. [State of Indiana, Montgomery Co., Marriages, Jesse W. Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth, married November 17, 1864, filed and recorded January 28, 1865, Book 6, p.
272. "The proper Consent having been first filed by Jesse Lewallyn & John Worth a resident of said county."]
Elizabeth Worth and her husband Jesse Lewellen lived in the Shannandale community not far from John C. Worth and his wife Matilda (Horn). [U. S. Census of Indiana, 1880, Montgomery Co., Shannandale, enumerated June 11, 1880, by
F. H. Marshall, p. 16, e. d. 102, John Worth, wife Matilda, dwelling 152, family 153; Jesse Lewellen, wife Elizabeth, dwelling 158, family 159.] [State of Indiana, Tippecanoe Co., Marriages, John Worth and Matilda Horn, May 14, 1866, Book C-11, p. 202.]
Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen had a male child who was born March 26, 1888. [State of Indiana, Montgomery Co., Births, 1882 to 1920, Book H-4, p. 141, male child of Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth, born March 26, 1888.]
Lucy Jane Harmison, the widow of Chesterfield Worth, married again on June 9, 1896, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Lucy married Jesse Lewellen, the widower of Elizabeth Worth, who was the sister of Chesterfield. Elizabeth Worth Lewellen apparently died sometime between March 26, 1888, and June 9, 1896.
5) Chesterfield Worth and his wife, Lucy Jane Harmison, had named their first two children after Jesse Lewellen and Elizabeth Worth Lewellen. [U. S. Census of Illinois, 1880, Vermilion Co., Oakwood Township, e. d. 219, sheet 41, dwelling 298, family 299, enumerated June 28, 1880, by Magruder W.
named John C. Worth. [U.S. Indiana Census for 1860, Hendricks County, Middle Township, John C. Worth age 15, male, Chester F. D. Worth age 10.]
We know from a letter written by John Worth, at New Ross, Indiana to Hiram C. Worth of Greensboro, NC, that John Worth had a son named John Worth who visited with Hiram C. Worth at his home in Greensboro, NC, “in the time of the war”. [Letter from John Worth (New Ross, Indiana) to Hiram C. Worth (Greensboro, North Carolina), 1 February 1886. Original letter at Hege Library, Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC.]
The death certificate of John C. Worth gives his date of birth as May 8, 1845, lists his father as John Worth and that he was buried at Clark’s Hill Cemetery. His tombstone at Clark’s Hill includes an inscription indicating he served in the 120th Indiana Infantry.
According to his military records, John C. Worth’s unit, the 120th Indiana, was at Greensboro, NC, sometime between May 1865 and August 22, 1865. He probably visited with Hiram C. Worth during this time. [National Archives, Civil War Pension Records, John C. Worth, 120th Indiana Infantry, Private, Company C, soldier's certificate #368-228, Can #7 730, Bundle #22, wife Rebecca J. Worth, number 497,241 appears on the cover of his folder, also #1,567,964. File contains a copy of his Honorable Discharge, a copy of his Death Certificate, and a copy of the Death Certificate for Matilda (Horn) Worth, his first wife.]
John C. Worth married Mary A. Hamm on or about February 4, 1920. The marriage certificate lists his father as John Worth and his mother as Julia Ann Hiatt. [Julia Ann Drysdale, as listed on the marriage license to John Worth, the father of John C. and Chesterfield, probably was at one time Julia Ann Hiatt.]
The evidence strongly supports the conclusion that John C. Worth and Chesterfield Worth were brothers and the sons of John Worth.

22 Isaiah Harmison
born: 13 May 1825, Belmont County, Ohio, USA
died: 09 December 1887, Casey, Clark County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ISAIAH HARMISON and his daughter LUCY JANE HARMISON
1) Indiana State Archives, Vigo Co., Indiana Death Index, name of deceased - Lucy Lewellyn, female, white, age at death 57, date of death January 30, 1908, Terre Haute, CH-49, p. 26; Indiana State Board of Health, Certificate of Death, Lucy Lewellen, location of death - Harrison Township, Vigo Co., Terre Haute, N 4th St., date of birth April 1851, age 57 years, information given by Jesse Worth, N 4th St. Name of father – Isaiah. Name of mother – not known.
2) Harmeson and Their Kin, by Richard Harold and Irma L. (Cole) Harmeson, Mesa, Arizona.
3) U. S. Census for Illinois, 1860, Champaign County, Township 19 N Ranges 11 E and 14 W, enumerated August 21, Isaiah Harmeson age 35 born in Ohio, Melissa Harmison age 20 (30?) born in Ohio, Enos age 12 born in Illinois, Cornelia age 10 born in Illinois, Lucy J. age 7 born in Illinois, Sarah J. age 5 born in Illinois, Cynthia A. age 3 born in Illinois, Burke age 5/12 born in Illinois, William age 20 born in Ohio. Perhaps William was a brother of Isaiah.
4) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1870 United States Census, Illinois, Champaign County, North Homer Township, enumerated July 26th. Isaiah Harmeson family, Isaiah, Malissa, Enos, Isabel, Cynthia, Henry, Levi, Johnson.
5) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1880 U. S. Census for Illinois, Cumberland County, Union Township enumerated June 7, 1880, by Lloyd F. Miller, Dwelling 91, Family 91, Isah Harmison, white, male, age 55, farmer, born in Ohio, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Ohio, Malissa, Harmison, white, female, age 50, wife, keeping house, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, Andrew J., white, male, age 13, son, farm laborer, born in Illinois, parents born in Ohio, George W., white, male, age 6, son, born in Illinois, parents born in Ohio.
6) Marriage Records, 87E, 929.3177245 V, Vigo County, Indiana Clerk of Circuit Court, V 4-M Nov 1892 – Dec 1896, page 87, box 60, Full name of Groom – Jesse Lewellen, Father’s Name – Isaiah Harmison; Mother’s Maiden Name – Perkins, Place of Marriage – Terre Haute, By Whom Married – Bazil Brown. The marriage record for Jesse Lewellen and Lucy Jane Hamison (Worth) clearly identifies her father as Isaiah Harmison and her mother’s maiden name as Perkins.
7) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Madison County, Anderson Township, enumerated October 18, 1850, page 67, Dwelling 959, Family 959, Isaiah Harmison, age 25, male, born in Ohio, Melissa Harmison, age 20, female, born in Indiana, Enos Harmison, age 2, male, born in Indiana, Camilla Harmison, age 1, female, born in Indiana.
8) Biography of Thomas Harmeson of Champaign County, Illinois. He was a brother of Isaiah Harmeson. Portrait and Biographical Album of Champaign County, Illinois, Chicago, Champman Brothers, 1887. Copy obtained from the Urbana Free Library, Urbana, Illinois. Identifies a child of William Harmeson as Isaiah and the parents of Sarah Perkins as George and Agnes (Allen) Perkins. Identifies sisters of Sarah Perkins as Melissa and Matilda Perkins.

23 Melissa Perkins
born: 15 December 1829 or 25 January 1830, Indiana, USA
died: 23 June 1891, Casey, Clark County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MELISSA PERKINS and her daughter LUCY JANE HARMISON
1) Indiana State Archives, Vigo Co., Indiana Death Index, name of deceased - Lucy Lewellyn, female, white, age at death 57, date of death January 30, 1908, Terre Haute, CH-49, p. 26; Indiana State Board of Health, Certificate of Death, Lucy Lewellen, location of death - Harrison Township, Vigo Co., Terre Haute, N 4th St., date of birth April 1851, age 57 years, information given by Jesse Worth, N 4th St. Name of father – Isaiah. Name of mother – not known.
2) Harmeson and Their Kin, by Richard Harold and Irma L. (Cole) Harmeson, Mesa, Arizona.
3) U. S. Census for Illinois, 1860, Champaign County, Township 19 N Ranges 11 E and 14 W, enumerated August 21, Isaiah Harmeson age 35 born in Ohio, Melissa Harmison age 20 (30?) born in Ohio, Enos age 12 born in Illinois, Cornelia age 10 born in Illinois, Lucy J. age 7 born in Illinois, Sarah J. age 5 born in Illinois, Cynthia A. age 3 born in Illinois, Burke age 5/12 born in Illinois, William age 20 born in Ohio. Perhaps William was a brother of Isaiah.
4) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1870 United States Census, Illinois, Champaign County, North Homer Township, enumerated July 26th. Isaiah Harmeson family, Isaiah, Malissa, Enos, Isabel, Cynthia, Henry, Levi, Johnson.
5) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1880 U. S. Census for Illinois, Cumberland County, Union Township enumerated June 7, 1880, by Lloyd F. Miller, Dwelling 91, Family 91, Isah Harmison, white, male, age 55, farmer, born in Ohio, father born in Pennsylvania, mother born in Ohio, Malissa, Harmison, white, female, age 50, wife, keeping house, born in Ohio, parents born in Ohio, Andrew J., white, male, age 13, son, farm laborer, born in Illinois, parents born in Ohio, George W., white, male, age 6, son, born in Illinois, parents born in Ohio.
6) Marriage Records, 87E, 929.3177245 V, Vigo County, Indiana Clerk of Circuit Court, V 4-M Nov 1892 – Dec 1896, page 87, box 60, Full name of Groom – Jesse Lewellen, Father’s Name – Isaiah Harmison; Mother’s Maiden Name – Perkins, Place of Marriage – Terre Haute, By Whom Married – Bazil Brown. The marriage record for Jesse Lewellen and Lucy Jane Hamison (Worth) clearly identifies her father as Isaiah Harmison and her mother’s maiden name as Perkins.
7) Lucy Jane is not listed in this census record. 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Madison County, Anderson Township, enumerated October 18, 1850, page 67, Dwelling 959, Family 959, Isaiah Harmison, age 25, male, born in Ohio, Melissa Harmison, age 20, female, born in Indiana, Enos Harmison, age 2, male, born in Indiana, Camilla Harmison, age 1, female, born in Indiana.
8) Biography of Thomas Harmeson of Champaign County, Illinois. He was
a brother of Isaiah Harmeson. Portrait and Biographical Album of Champaign County, Illinois, Chicago, champman Brothers, 1887. Copy obtained from the Urbana Free Library, Urbana, Illinois. Identifies a child of William Harmeson as Isaiah and the parents of Sarah Perkins as George and Agnes (Allen) Perkins. Identifies sisters of Sarah Perkins as Melissa and Matilda Perkins.

24 Elias B. Gouty
born: 11 September 1833, Indiana, USA
died: 18 April 1915, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: descendant of American Revolution heroes
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIAS B. GOUTY and his son JOSEPH P. GOUTY
1) Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married September 28, 1882. Father’s name Elias Gouty; Mother’s name Elizbeth Shute.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Death Certificates, Gouty, Joseph P., sex and race not stated, age unknown, death certificate #0000497, date of death October 15, 1939, Vermilion, Danville.
3) Index to Marriage Records, Vermillion County, Indiana, 1850-1904, Vol. 1, A-Z, Newport, Indiana, County Clerks Office, date of license: 8-30-1853, date of marriage: 9-1-1853, Book 3, page 315, page 90, Elias Gouty and Elizabeth Shute.
4) Elias Gouty Sr. Indiana State Board of Health certificate of death, registered No. 54, place of death Vermillion County, Township of Highland. Date of death April 18, 1915. Wife: Elizabeth Gouty. Date of Birth September 11, 1833. Age 81 years, 7 months, 7 days. Occupation: farmer. Birthplace: Vermillion County, Indiana. Name of father: Thomas Gouty. Birthplace of father: Ohio. Maiden name of mother: Kerr. Birthplace of mother: unknown. Informnt: Joseph Gouty. Place of burial: Hopewell Cemetery. Date of burial: April 21, 1915.
5) 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office Perrysville, page 67, line 40A, enumerated July 3rd, 1860 by A. J. Adams, Elias Gowty household. Elias Gowty age 26; Elizabeth age 24; Thomas age 5; William age 4; Joseph age 5/12; and Zeno Clift, age 20, laborer.
6) 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated 21st June 1870 by A. J. Adams. Elias B. Gouty age 36, Elizabeth Gouty age 34, Joseph Gouty age 10.
7) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated June 7, 1880, by Joshua Lewis, dwelling 3, family 3, Elias Gouty household. Elias Gouty age 47, Elizabeth Gouty age 45, Joseph Gouty age 20.
8) Tombstone for Elias and Elizabeth Gouty, Hopewell Cemetery, Vermillion County, Indiana.

25 Elizabeth Shute
born: 22 December 1835, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 30 March 1915, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: her father served in the War of 1812
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ELIZABETH SHURE and her son JOSEPH P. GOUTY
1) Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married September 28, 1882. Father’s name Elias Gouty; Mother’s name Elizbeth Shute.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Death Certificates, Gouty, Joseph P., sex and race not stated, age unknown, death certificate #0000497, date of death October 15, 1939, Vermilion, Danville.
3) Index to Marriage Records, Vermillion County, Indiana, 1850-1904, Vol. 1, A-Z, Newport, Indiana, County Clerks Office, date of license: 8-30-1853, date of marriage: 9-1-1853, Book 3, page 315, page 90, Elias Gouty and Elizabeth Shute.
4) Tombstone for Elias and Elizabeth Gouty, Hopewell Cemetery, Vermillion County, Indiana.
5) 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office Perrysville, page 67, line 40A, enumerated July 3rd, 1860 by A. J. Adams, Elias Gowty household. Elias Gowty age 26; Elizabeth age 24; Thomas age 5; William age 4; Joseph age 5/12; and Zeno Clift, age 20, laborer.
6) 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated 21st June 1870 by A. J. Adams. Elias B. Gouty age 36, Elizabeth Gouty age 34, Joseph Gouty age 10.
7) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated June 7, 1880, by Joshua Lewis, dwelling 3, family 3, Elias Gouty household. Elias Gouty age 47, Elizabeth Gouty age 45, Joseph Gouty age 20.
8) There should be an Elizabeth Shute Gouty death certificate in 1915.

26 William Hartman
born: 05 September 1825, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
died: 31 May 1896, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM HARTMAN and his daughter MARY LUELLA HARTMAN
1) The tombstone of William Hartman at Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Indiana, indicates, "died May 31, 1896 aged 70 y 8 m 26 d". Therefore, William was born 5 September 1825.
2) Elizabeth Hartman, mother of William Hartman and widow of George Hartman was living near Elijah and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger in the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN, census. Elizabeth was listed as age 55 and born in Virginia.
3) William Hartman's father, George, died in 1843. George Hartman's estate was administered by Isaac Harshbarger. See Letters of Administration, Fountain County Court, Indiana, p.414, 18 Sept 1843, Deceased: George Hartman, Administrator: Isaac Harshbarger. Probate records list his heirs as Nancy Caroline, Elizabeth Anne (Ann), William, Andrew Jackson, John Alexander, Christina (Christiana), Isabel, and Zerelda Hartman, all minor children. Priscilla, Mary, Rebecca and Sarah are married. William Hartman and Elizabeth Anne Hartman were minor heirs "over the age of fourteen years", and chose Thomas Lyons as their guardian. The Court then appointed Mr. Lyons as guardian for all the minor heirs.
4) George Hartman appears in the 1830 Rockingham Co., Virginia census records. There were several Harshbarger listings in the 1830 Census records for Rockingham Co., Virginia, and it is likely some of the Harshbarger family moved to Indiana with the Hartmans. Sarah Hartman, a sister of William, married Elija Harshbarger on 1 October 1840 in Fountain Co., Indiana. See Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001.
5) William Hartman was living in the Elija and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger household at the time of the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN census. William was listed as age 23 and born in Virginia. William was listed as a farmer and apparently owned the land that Elijah Harshbarger, also listed as a farmer, was farming. The value of the real estate of William Hartman was shown as $200 while there was no real estate value associated with Elijah Harshbarger.
6) William Hartman married Emily Deyo in Warren County, Indiana, on 12 October 1853. Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Last Name: HARTMAN, First Name: WILLIAM, Spouse - Last Name: DEYO, Spouse - First Name: EMILY, County: Warren, Date: 10-12-1853. A sister of William Hartman, Rebecca (formerly Reinicker/Rennager) married Nelson Deyo on 4 August 1852 in Vermilion County, Illinois. (Vermilion Co., IL, is adjacent Vermillion Co., IN, and many individuals would go over to Danville, Illinois, Vermilion Co., to get married.)
7) Emily Deyo Hartman died 24 December 1859, probably in Vermillion Co, Indiana. She was buried in Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren County, Indiana. Her parents, Ozias and Elizabeth (Henderson) Deyo also were buried at Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren Co., IN.
8) 1860 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion Co., Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated July 7, 1860, by A. J. Adams, Roll M653_303, Page 77, Dwelling 171, Family 178, William Hartman, age 34, born in Virginia.
9) William Hartman married Elizabeth Nicholas on October 18, 1862, in Vermillion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Records 1850 - 1904 Inclusive, Volume I, Letters A - Z Inclusive, Vermillion County, Indiana, W. P. A. Original Record County Clerk's Office: Newport, Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: Spouse 1: Elizabeth Nicholas, Spouse 2: William Hartman, Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1862, County: Vermillion, Book: 4, Original Source Page: 5??, Date: 18 Oct 1862.
10) Elizabeth Nicholas was 20 years old and living in the household of her parents in 1860. The parents of Elizabeth Nicholas were William Nicholas and his wife Mahala Shute. 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana Vermillion County, Highland Township, Name: William Nichlas, age 52, born in Virginia, Mahala, age 45, born in Ohio, Elizabeth, age 20, born in Indiana, Susan, age 13, born in Indiana, Joseph, age 12, born in Indiana, Isaiah Huntingdon, age 15, born in Ohio, Roll: M653_303, Page: 72.
11) Mary Luella Hartman, daughter of William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas Hartman, was born 21 July 1863 in Ford County, Illinois. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882. Father's name: Wm. Hartman. Mother's name: Elizabeth Nicholas. Witnesses to the marriage were a Joseph Nicholas and Sarah A. Short.
12) Joseph Gouty and Mary Luella Hartman were the parents of Robert William Gouty, husband of Ethel Belle Fox. The Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older states the following on a page headed "Family Register": Luella Hartman Gouty born 1863 – July 21 and Joseph Gouty born 1860 – Jan – 6. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
13) Elizabeth (Nicholas) Hartman died 23 November 1866 about four years after she married William Hartman. Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, at Perrysville, IN: "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken 1 July 2000 by Curtis L. Older.
14) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1870. The 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, lists Nicklas, Wm., age 61, Nicklas, Mahala, age 55. Nicklas, Joseph N. age 22, Hartman, Mary L., age 6, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E. age 3, born in Indiana.
15) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1880. 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Enumerated June 18, 1880 by Joshua Lewis. Dwelling 142, Family 144. Nicholas, Wm, age 71, Nicholas, Mahala, age 65, Hartman, Luella, age 15, granddaughter, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E., age 13, grandson, born in Indiana.
16) Mary Luella Hartman married Joseph P Gouty on 28 September 1882. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882.

27 Elizabeth Nicholas
born: 11 September 1840, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 23 November 1866, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ELIZABETH NICHOLAS and her daughter MARY LUELLA HARTMAN
1) The tombstone of William Hartman at Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Indiana, indicates, "died May 31, 1896 aged 70 y 8 m 26 d". Therefore, William was born 5 September 1825.
2) Elizabeth Hartman, mother of William Hartman and widow of George Hartman was living near Elijah and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger in the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN, census. Elizabeth was listed as age 55 and born in Virginia.
3) William Hartman's father, George, died in 1843. George Hartman's estate was administered by Isaac Harshbarger. See Letters of Administration, Fountain County Court, Indiana, p.414, 18 Sept 1843, Deceased: George Hartman, Administrator: Isaac Harshbarger. Probate records list his heirs as Nancy Caroline, Elizabeth Anne (Ann), William, Andrew Jackson, John Alexander, Christina (Christiana), Isabel, and Zerelda Hartman, all minor children. Priscilla, Mary, Rebecca and Sarah are married. William Hartman and Elizabeth Anne Hartman were minor heirs "over the age of fourteen years", and chose Thomas Lyons as their guardian. The Court then appointed Mr. Lyons as guardian for all the minor heirs.
4) George Hartman appears in the 1830 Rockingham Co., Virginia census records. There were several Harshbarger listings in the 1830 Census records for Rockingham Co., Virginia, and it is likely some of the Harshbarger family moved to Indiana with the Hartmans. Sarah Hartman, a sister of William, married Elija Harshbarger on 1 October 1840 in Fountain Co., Indiana. See Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001.
5) William Hartman was living in the Elija and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger household at the time of the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN census. William was listed as age 23 and born in Virginia. William was listed as a farmer and apparently owned the land that Elijah Harshbarger, also listed as a farmer, was farming. The value of the real estate of William Hartman was shown as $200 while there was no real estate value associated with Elijah Harshbarger.
6) William Hartman married Emily Deyo in Warren County, Indiana, on 12 October 1853. Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Last Name: HARTMAN, First Name: WILLIAM, Spouse - Last Name: DEYO, Spouse - First Name: EMILY, County: Warren, Date: 10-12-1853. A sister of William Hartman, Rebecca (formerly Reinicker/Rennager) married Nelson Deyo on 4 August 1852 in Vermilion County, Illinois. (Vermilion Co., IL, is adjacent Vermillion Co., IN, and many individuals would go over to Danville, Illinois, Vermilion Co., to get married.)
7) Emily Deyo Hartman died 24 December 1859, probably in Vermillion Co, Indiana. She was buried in Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren County, Indiana. Her parents, Ozias and Elizabeth (Henderson) Deyo also were buried at Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren Co., IN.

8) 1860 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion Co., Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated July 7, 1860, by A. J. Adams, Roll M653_303, Page 77, Dwelling 171, Family 178, William Hartman, age 34, born in Virginia.
9) William Hartman married Elizabeth Nicholas on October 18, 1862, in Vermillion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Records 1850 - 1904 Inclusive, Volume I, Letters A - Z Inclusive, Vermillion County, Indiana, W. P. A. Original Record County Clerk's Office: Newport, Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: Spouse 1: Elizabeth Nicholas, Spouse 2: William Hartman, Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1862, County: Vermillion, Book: 4, Original Source Page: 5??, Date: 18 Oct 1862.
10) Elizabeth Nicholas was 20 years old and living in the household of her parents in 1860. The parents of Elizabeth Nicholas were William Nicholas and his wife Mahala Shute. 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana Vermillion County, Highland Township, Name: William Nichlas, age 52, born in Virginia, Mahala, age 45, born in Ohio, Elizabeth, age 20, born in Indiana, Susan, age 13, born in Indiana, Joseph, age 12, born in Indiana, Isaiah Huntingdon, age 15, born in Ohio, Roll: M653_303, Page: 72.
11) Mary Luella Hartman, daughter of William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas Hartman, was born 21 July 1863 in Ford County, Illinois. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882. Father's name: Wm. Hartman. Mother's name: Elizabeth Nicholas. Witnesses to the marriage were a Joseph Nicholas and Sarah A. Short.
12) Joseph Gouty and Mary Luella Hartman were the parents of Robert William Gouty, husband of Ethel Belle Fox. The Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older states the following on a page headed "Family Register": Luella Hartman Gouty born 1863 – July 21 and Joseph Gouty born 1860 – Jan – 6. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
13) Elizabeth (Nicholas) Hartman died 23 November 1866 about four years after she married William Hartman. Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, at Perrysville, IN: "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken 1 July 2000 by Curtis L. Older.
14) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1870. The 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, lists Nicklas, Wm., age 61, Nicklas, Mahala, age 55. Nicklas, Joseph N. age 22, Hartman, Mary L., age 6, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E. age 3, born in Indiana.
15) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1880. 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Enumerated June 18, 1880 by Joshua Lewis. Dwelling 142, Family 144. Nicholas, Wm, age 71, Nicholas, Mahala, age 65, Hartman, Luella, age 15, granddaughter, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E., age 13, grandson, born in Indiana.
16) Mary Luella Hartman married Joseph P Gouty on 28 September 1882. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882.

28 John L. Fox
born: 18 October 1818, Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
died: 06 January 1899, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: descendant of John Fox for whom Fox's Gap in Maryland was named; Fox's Gap was the scene of the beginning and most significant fighting in the Battle of South Mountain, September 14, 1862; General Braddock and George Washington passed through Fox's Gap on their way to attack Ft. DuQuesne during the Braddock Expedition of 1755.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN L. FOX and his son DANIEL ALEXANDER FOX
1) Will of John L. Fox, Court House, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, pages 520 and 521. Names Daniel A. Fox as a beneficiary.
2) John L. Fox obituary, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Lists Daniel as born after John
L. and Susannah Fox moved to Vermillion County, Indiana. Descendant of Frederick Fox of Maryland.
3) U. S. Census for Ohio, 1850, Montgomery County, Miami Township, enumerated by J. Hokidry on August 4, 1850, dwelling number 473, family number 473. Lists John Fox age 32, Susannah Fox age 30, Ann Fox age 2 and Mary Fox age 8.
4) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1860, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 30, 1860, dwelling number 76, family number 76. Lists John L. Fox age 41, Susannah Fox age 40 and Daniel A. Fox age 5/12 as well as other children.
5) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1870, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 21, 1870, dwelling number 94, family number 94, pages 14 and 15. Lists John L. Fox age 53, Susannah Fox age 50, and Daniel Fox age 10 as well as other children.
6) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1880, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated June 8, by Joshua Lewis, dwelling number 16, family number 16. Lists John L. Fox, Susannah Fox, and Daniel Fox.
7) John L. Fox and Daniel Alexander Fox are buried in adjacent cemetery plots at Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington, Indiana.
8) John L. Fox and Susannah Hiligass, married November 11, 1845, in Miami Township, Montgomery County, Ohio, by Reverend George Long; Susannah Hiligass and John L. Fox marriage record, source #492.000, Yates Publications.
9) Tombstone of Susannah Hiligass, Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington Indiana. The tombstone states, "Susannah Hiligass, wife of John L. Fox, died August 11, 1894, 74 years, 2 months, 11 days."
10) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time when Fox family members would have had first hand information about John L. Fox and his son Daniel Alexander Fox. See Sketch of John L. Fox.
11) Estate Papers of George Fox, Warren County Genealogical Society, 300 East Silver Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036, includes a receipt in the amount of $50 signed by Susannah Fox for John L. Fox.
12) Biographical Sketch of John L. Fox on page 491 of History of Vermillion County, Indiana. The article indicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888.
13) The Peoples’ Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion County, Indiana, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874, page 310. Lists John L. Fox as born in Ohio in 1818 and settled in Vermillion County, Indiana, in 1858.

29 Susannah Hiligass
born: 30 November 1819, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
died: 11 August 1894, Gessie, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between SUSANNAH HILIGASS and her son DANIEL ALEXANDER FOX
1) Will of John L. Fox, Court House, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, pages 520 and 521. Names Daniel A. Fox as a beneficiary.
2) John L. Fox obituary, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Lists Daniel as born after John
L. and Susannah Fox moved to Vermillion County, Indiana. Descendant of Frederick Fox of Maryland.
3) U. S. Census for Ohio, 1850, Montgomery County, Miami Township, enumerated by J. Hokidry on August 4, 1850, dwelling number 473, family number 473. Lists John Fox age 32, Susannah Fox age 30, Ann Fox age 2 and Mary Fox age 8.
4) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1860, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 30, 1860, dwelling number 76, family number 76. Lists John L. Fox age 41, Susannah Fox age 40 and Daniel A. Fox age 5/12 as well as other children.
5) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1870, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 21, 1870, dwelling number 94, family number 94, pages 14 and 15. Lists John L. Fox age 53, Susannah Fox age 50, and Daniel Fox age 10 as well as other children.
6) U. S. Census for Indiana, 1880, Vermillion County, Highland Township, enumerated June 8, by Joshua Lewis, dwelling number 16, family number 16. Lists John L. Fox, Susannah Fox, and Daniel Fox.
7) John L. Fox and Daniel Alexander Fox are buried in adjacent cemetery plots at Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington, Indiana.
8) John L. Fox and Susannah Hiligass, married November 11, 1845, in Miami Township, Montgomery County, Ohio, by Reverend George Long; Susannah Hiligass and John L. Fox marriage record, source #492.000, Yates Publications.
9) Tombstone of Susannah Hiligass, Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington Indiana. The tombstone states, "Susannah Hiligass, wife of John L. Fox, died August 11, 1894, 74 years, 2 months, 11 days."
10) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time when Fox family members would have had first hand information about John L. Fox and his son Daniel Alexander Fox. See Sketch of John L. Fox.
11) Estate Papers of George Fox, Warren County Genealogical Society, 300 East Silver Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036, includes a receipt in the amount of $50 signed by Susannah Fox for John L. Fox.
12) Biographical Sketch of John L. Fox on page 491 of History of Vermillion County, Indiana. The article indicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888.
13) The Peoples’ Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion County, Indiana, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874, page 310. Lists John L. Fox as born in Ohio in 1818 and settled in Vermillion County, Indiana, in 1858.

30 Jacob Ricketts
born: 22 February 1826, Dearborn County, Indiana, USA
died: 03 May 1910, Foster, Warren County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: served in Company D, 57th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry and fought in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, 30 November 1864
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JACOB RICKETTS and his daughter ELIZABETH JANE RICKETTS
1) Jacob Ricketts and Melissa Barnard marriage record at Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois, March 21, 1861. They were married by Justice of the Peace A. E. Howe.
2) Elizabeth Jane Ricketts and her twin brother, Abraham Lincoln Ricketts, were born 18 October 1861 according to the Ethel Belle Fox Gouty family Bible which is in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older.
3) 1870 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated June 24, 1870, lists Lincoln age 8, Elizabeth age 8 (twins), Joseph age 5, and Nancy age 3. Jacob Ricketts age 44 and Melissa age 29.
4) 1880 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated June 11, 1880, by George W. Main lists Jacob age 54, Melissa age 37, Lincoln age 19, Lizzie age 19.
5) Marriage records, Fountain County Court House, Covington, Indiana, Book 8, #350, April 1, 1881, Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts. Fountain County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1848 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - G Inclusive, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerks Office Covington Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1941, County: Fountain, Name: Daniel A Fox, Spouse: Lizzie J Ricketts, Marriage Date: 01 Apr 1881, Book: 8, Original Source Page: 350.
6) Index to Death Records, Warren County, Indiana, 1882-1920, book C-13, page 17, Jacob Ricketts, age 84, May 3, 1910, Mound Township.
7) Warren County, Indiana, File No. 1391, Abraham L. Ricketts, Administrator of Estate of Melissa J. Ricketts. Filed January 29, 1924, FD6, page 152, B54. Application for Letters of Administration lists Kenneth Fox, Ernest Fox, William Fox, Ethel Fox Gouty, and Ruby Fox Hinds (Hines) as grandsons and granddaughters of Melissa Jane Barnard. Elizabeth Jane Ricketts Fox burned to death in 1922 and thus was deceased at the time of her mother's death. Abraham Lincoln Ricketts, twin brother of Elizabeth Jane Ricketts, was listed as a son of Melissa Jane Barnard.
8) National Archives: Certificate No. 703568, Pensioner - Melissa J. Ricketts, CAN No. 561621, Bundle No. 3, Claim under veteran: Jacob Ricketts; Report of the Adjutant General, Vol. 5, 973.727 r Indiana, page 634-635. Melissa Jane (Barnard) Ricketts signed a US Pension form related to the service of Jacob Ricketts as a private in Company D, 57th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry during the War of the Rebellion. Melissa indicates that her only marriage during her lifetime was to Jacob Ricketts whom she married on March 21, 1861, by A. E. Howe, J. P. Melissa also states that Jacob Ricketts previously was married to Nancy Scott, who died about 1858. Melissa indicates that Jacob Ricketts died at his home in Warren County, Indiana, on the 3rd day of May 1910.
9) Tombstone of Jacob, Melissa, and Daniel Ricketts, Lower Mound Cemetery, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., Indiana.
10) Indiana State Board of Health, Certificate of Death, Jacob Ricketts, May 3, 1910. This document lists the place of death as Mound Township in Warren County, Indiana. The document lists his father as John Ricketts and his mother as Mary Goodner. The informant was Melissa Ricketts, Jacob's wife. His date of birth was given as February 22, 1826 and his occupation was that of a farmer.
11) There may be an Indiana State Board of Health Certificate of Death for Elizabeth Jane Ricketts Fox, date of death February 28, 1922, that lists her parents names. The Vermillion County, Indiana, Board of Health Certificate of Death does not list her parents. It indicates she died February 28, 1922, and was buried at Hopewell Cemetery.
12) There is a Jacob and Melissa Ricketts family photo taken about 1905 to 1910 that shows the seven of the eight children of Jacob and Melissa. Abraham Lincoln and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts are shown in the photo along with Daniel, Frederick, Hiram, Joseph, David, Jake, Abraham Lincoln, and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts. Abraham and Elizabeth were twins. David is shown in the picture but was a son of Jacob and Nancy Scott. Nancy, a daughter of Jacob and Melissa, is absent from the picture.

31 Melissa Jane Barnard
born: 11 December 1841, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
died: 23 January 1924, Foster, Warren County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MELISSA JANE BARNARD and her daughter ELIZABETH JANE RICKETTS
1) Jacob Ricketts and Melissa Barnard marriage record at Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois, March 21, 1861. They were married by Justice of the Peace A. E. Howe.
2) Elizabeth Jane Ricketts and her twin brother, Abraham Lincoln Ricketts, were born 18 October 1861 according to the Ethel Belle Fox Gouty family Bible which is in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older.
3) 1870 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated June 24, 1870, lists Lincoln age 8, Elizabeth age 8 (twins), Joseph age 5, and Nancy age 3. Jacob Ricketts age 44 and Melissa age 29.
4) 1880 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Warren County, Mound Township, enumerated June 11, 1880, by George W. Main lists Jacob age 54, Melissa age 37, Lincoln age 19, Lizzie age 19.
5) Marriage records, Fountain County Court House, Covington, Indiana, Book 8, #350, April 1, 1881, Daniel Alexander Fox and Elizabeth Jane Ricketts. Fountain County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1848 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - G Inclusive, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerks Office Covington Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1941, County: Fountain, Name: Daniel A Fox, Spouse: Lizzie J Ricketts, Marriage Date: 01 Apr 1881, Book: 8, Original Source Page: 350.
6) Index to Death Records, Warren County, Indiana, 1882-1920, book C-13, page 17, Jacob Ricketts, age 84, May 3, 1910, Mound Township.
7) Warren County, Indiana, File No. 1391, Abraham L. Ricketts, Administrator of Estate of Melissa J. Ricketts. Filed January 29, 1924, FD6, page 152, B54. Application for Letters of Administration lists Kenneth Fox, Ernest Fox, William Fox, Ethel Fox Gouty, and Ruby Fox Hinds (Hines) as grandsons and granddaughters of Melissa Jane Barnard. Elizabeth Jane Ricketts Fox burned to death in 1922 and thus was deceased at the time of her mother's death. Abraham Lincoln Ricketts, twin brother of Elizabeth Jane Ricketts, was listed as a son of Melissa Jane Barnard.
8) National Archives: Certificate No. 703568, Pensioner - Melissa J. Ricketts, CAN No. 561621, Bundle No. 3, Claim under veteran: Jacob Ricketts; Report of the Adjutant General, Vol. 5, 973.727 r Indiana, page 634-635. Melissa Jane (Barnard) Ricketts signed a US Pension form related to the service of Jacob Ricketts as a private in Company D, 57th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry during the War of the Rebellion. Melissa indicates that her only marriage during her lifetime was to Jacob Ricketts whom she married on March 21, 1861, by A. E. Howe, J. P. Melissa also states that Jacob Ricketts previously was married to Nancy Scott, who died about 1858. Melissa indicates that Jacob Ricketts died at his home in Warren County, Indiana, on the 3rd day of May 1910.
9) Tombstone of Jacob, Melissa, and Daniel Ricketts, Lower Mound Cemetery, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., Indiana.

32 George Older Sr
born: about 1804, Sussex, England
died: 03 July 1849, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
GEORGE OLDER SR and his son SAMUEL CLARENCE OLDER
1) George Older married Sarah Gilbert in England. Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 7.
2) Bingler, page 6, George Older obituary, in newspaper obituary abstracts, Fairfield Trace (Winter 1990): 11.
3) Anna Rosabelle Older Butner Mcdonald Roby wbo was the mother of Gertrude Butner Culbreath and Goldie Butner Pace Martin Monroe. Her grandchildren were elen Culbreath Hamer, Nellie Culbreath Wood Stroupe and Floyd Edward Culbreath. Photo taken in Covington, TN probably after her divorce from Dr. Roby in 1916.
4) Dr. Andrew J. Roby and wife, Anna Older Butner Mcdonald Roby who lived at Tabernacle near Covington, Tennessee. Anna's mother, Eliza Jane Baird Older (Wire) came to Tennessee with Anna and lived with the couple until she died from a house fire accident there.
5) Obituary for Anna Rosabelle Older (Butner) (Roby) – Covington, TN. She died 28 February 1942. Obituary states that she was born in Mechanicsburg, Illinois, the daughter of Jane Baird and Sam J. Older. She moved to Danville, Illinois, and was educated there. Moved to Terre Haute, Indiana, and became a practical nurse. Lived near Covington, Tennessee, about 41 years. Went back to Terre Haute and remained there 12 years where she helped compile city directories throughout Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. She returned to Covington in 1933. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Culbreath. “She leaves another daughter, Mrs. James Harris, Indianapolis, Ind.; her brother, J. G. Older, Detroit, Mich., and three grandchildren, Mrs. Kemmet Wood, Covington, Floyd
E. Culbreath and Mrs. J. E. Hamer of Memphis.” Burial was at Munford Cemetery, Covington, TN.
6) Handwritten notes of Rosabelle Older in the possession of Sara H. Chumney of Memphis, Tennessee state: “Helen, The Older folks are my father’s people. Mrs. Emiley Arrington my father’s eldest sister – born in England. Eight years old when came to U.S.A. My father Samuel Clarence Older third youngest child born (?two?) weeks after their parents landed in Canada. Years later grandfather and grandmother Older came to U.S.A. and settled at Cincinnati, Ohio. (The Bairds are my mother’s family.)” A second note states: “Grandfather James Baird lived at Chilicothe, Ohio, also at Lancaster, Ohio. Sam C. Older and Jane Eliza Baird were married in Ohio at Chilicothe or Lancaster Ohio.” A third note states: “Page 1 My Grandfather Older’s (?name?) George Older – and his wife’s name Sarah – maiden name was Sarah Gilbert. English home of grandfather Older 16 miles of Londen, Eng – first home after landing in Canada 14 miles from Montrell Grandmother’s” and continued on a fourth note “Older’s mother’s father (?came?) from (?Saulberry?) Plains – (?uncle?) to grandma Gilbert
John”. Also readable on note number four, “Barnett Ol” “bro to Geo.” “Older – History (?aunt?) Emily gave (?me?)”.
7) Obituary of Mrs. Emily Arrington, Portland, Oregon, 1925. She was a sister of Samuel Clarence Older.
8) Backside of photograph of George Older Junior’s family provided by Sara H. Chumney of Memphis, Tennessee. Grandfather Sam Older's brother, George Older, and wife Mary Humphry 0lder, daughter Jennie and brothers. (Aunt Mary Humphry Older was a cousin to Civil War General Robert E. Lee of Virginia.) Her brother Rufus was close friend of Anna Older when young and they were once engaged. He studied to be a preacher & lived near Anna's family
–may have been Grove City, Illinois (George R. Older, Jr. and Mary, Sam A. Older, Frank Older, Louis E. Ollder, William R. (Will) Older, Charles F. Older, Jeannette Alice Older (b. 1869 – Oregon.
9) 1870 U. S. Census for Oregon, Clackamas County, Lower Molalla Precinct, Post Office - Needy, enumerated June 27, 1870, Roll M593_1285, Page 171, Image 344, Dwelling #533, Family #529, A. J. Arrington household, A. J. Arrington, age 40, male, white, school teacher, personal property = $500, born in Ohio, male, citizen 21 years of age and upwards, Emily Arrington, age 35, female, white, keeping house, born in England, father of foreign birth, mother of foreign birth, Alice Arrington, age 14, female, white, at house, born in Illinois, mother of foreign birth, attended school during year, Edwin Arrington, age 11, male, white, at house, born in Iowa, mother of foreign birth, attended school during year, Fanny Arrington, age 8, female, white, at house, born in California, Emma Arrington, age 3, female, white, at house, born in California.
10) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Sangamon County, Post Office - Mechanicsburg, Page 347, District No. 16, enumerated August 6, 1860, by J. H. Currier, Dwelling #2467, Family #2467, S. C. Older, age 23, male, Broom Maker, personal property = $100, born in Canada, J. E. Older, age 24, female, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, James Baird, age 54, male, Butcher, real estate = $75, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot, read or write, Eliza Baird, age 58, female, born in Virginia, Henrietta Drury, age 17, female, born in Ohio, Albert Baird, age 14, male, born in Ohio.
11) Marriage License for Samuel Clarence Older and Jane Eliza Baird, August 11, 1856, Ross County, Ohio. Marriage solomized by Samuel J. Durham on August 14, 1856. Volume G3, Page 247.
12) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Chillicothe Scioto Township, Page 6, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #85, Family #85, John J. Bangs, age
41, male, jeweler, real estate = $2,500, born in Maine, H. Augusta Bangs, age 30, female, born in Canada, Florence Bangs, age 4, female, born in Ohio, Harry Bangs, age 2, male, born in Ohio, John W. Bangs, age 1, male, born in Ohio, Ellen. M. Williams, age 32, female, born in Canada, Solomon Older, age 12, male, born in Ohio.
13) 1862 and 1863 Military Census for Sangamon County, Illinois, page 68, Town of Mechanicsburg, County of Sangamon, Illinois, page 73, #256. Older, Samuel C. is listed as age 25, born in Canada, a farmer. Page 76 shows the total Enrolled for the town as 377 with 121 already Volunteered for service. The census probably listed male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45.
14) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Fairfield County, Lancaster Township, Page 305, Roll M432_677, Dwelling #486, Family #497, Thomas Older, age 40, Emila Older, age 18, female, born in England.
15) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Athens County, York Township, Page 215, Roll M432_660, Dwelling #625, Family #635, John Burberry, age 38, male, Mary J. Older, age 11, female, born in Ohio, attended school during the year.
16) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Huntington Township, Page 313, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #134, Family #136, Richard Boyer, age 58, male, Ann Older, age 1, female, born in Ohio.
17) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Chillicothe Township, Page 58, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #897, Family #897, Parker I. Gardner, age 36, male, Frances Older, age 6, female, born in Ohio, attended school during the year.
18) From Sylvia McMaster in England, March 14, 2006: "I know that when we last corresponded you asked me about George Older and Sarah Gilbert. I know that they married in Burpham on the 7th November 1832 and emigrated in 1836. They had Samuel Clarence in 1831, Emily in 1833, George in 1835 and Frances Elizabeth in Ohio in 1843. According to the records I have, George was a child of Samuel Older and Elizabeth Bishop. He was baptised on the 3rd January 1813 and died in Hamilton, Ohio on the 3rd July 1849."
19) Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, unpublished, copyrighted June 2005.
20) P. William Filby and Mary Meyer. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1997 Supplement.
21) The following record was compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. England 1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832. In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee. Family names on that voyage included: Barberry (Burberry), Burchell, French, Goldring, Graffam (Grantham), Hook, Joyce (Joice), Mann, Older, Oler (Older), Saunders,
Smart, Smithers, Southerton, Thaire (Thayre), and Tribe; See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 396 which lists Mr. Older and wife and 7 children and Thomas Older a single man.
22) English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, Mary McDougall Mauge, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 2000, Introduction.
23) The following e-mail, received by Curtis L. Older from the Records Office of West Sussex, England, confirms the information to which notes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 relate: From: records.office@westsussex.gov.uk. To: curtolder@earthlink.net. Subject: Re: Petworth Immigration Records AMM/AV.38 Date: Aug 26, 2005 5:24 AM. Dear Mr. Older, Thank you for your enquiry concerning George Older and his family. One sentence of a letter from him, written in 1836, was published in Continuation of letters from Sussex Emigrants... written in 1836, which was published in 1837. There is also a mention of him in a letter of 1836 to Rev. Thomas Socket, chairman of the Petworth Emigration Committee, from William Robinson, for whom George was working. The family are also mentioned in the journal of Sarah Knight, who had emigrated in 1821 to Nelsonville, Ohio. All the above are published in English Immigrant Voices, ed. Cameron, Haines, and McDougall Maude, published in 2000 by McGill-Queen's University Press. A list of all emigrants under the Petworth scheme, with all the information about them, and the sources, was published in the companion volume Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada, The Petworth Project 1832-1837, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude. These volumes were the fruit of a ten year research project in Canada and England, funded by the Jackson Foundation, the Jacksons themselves being descended from a family who emigrated under the Petworth scheme. If you are unable to obtain the books, we could copy the relevant sources for you, either by photocopying or scanning. I can let you have an estimate of the cost should it be necessary. Yours sincerely, Alison McCann, Assistant County Archivist.
24) George Older married Sarah Gilbert in England.(32) No information on her parents is known. George Older and Sarah Gilbert were the parents of five children:
Emily Older, a daughter, was born October 11, 1833, in England.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 7.) She married Andrew Harrington on August 28, 1853, in Ross County, Ohio.( Andrew Arrington entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.) Emily (Older) Harrington died in 1925 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
George Older Junior, the oldest son, was born September 13, 1835, "on the ocean".(Bingler, page 33.) George married Mary Summers Humphrey on January 1, 1860, in Vermilion County, Illinois.( Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 Record, Name: George Olders, Gender: Male, Spouse, Name: Mary S. Humphrey, Marriage Date: Jan 01, 1860, Marriage County: Vermilion, Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749.)
George enlisted for service during the Civil War on April 26, 1864, at Danville, Illinois. He served in Company K of the 135th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The State if Illinois website lists him as Older, George, Private, Danville, June 6, 1864, Mustered out Sep 28, 1864. He filed for a military pension in 1890. The National Archives cannot locate any of his records. George Jr. died September 26, 1920, in Portland, Oregon.(Bingler, pages 33-4; Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Record, Name: Older, George, County: Portland, Death Date: 26 Sep 1920, Certificate: 2470.)
Samuel Clarence Older, the youngest son, was born January 15, 1837, in Ontario, Canada.(Bingler, page 35.) He married Jane Eliza Baird on August 14, 1856, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 35, Samuel Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.)
Mary Jane Older was born in 1840 in Ohio. She married Johnson Coe on October 13, 1867 in Athens County, Ohio. (Bingler, page 36, Mary J. Older entry, Marvin Fletcher & Beverly Schumacher, Marriage Records, 1865-1880: Athens County, Ohio, Athens County Historical Society, 1981.)
Fanny Elizabeth Older was born August 12, 1843, in Ohio.( Bingler, page 36.) She died January 11, 1914, in Russelville, Brown County, Ohio. She married William M. G. Wamsley on February 20, 1867, in Bentonville, Adams Co., Ohio.(Bingler, page 36. Frances Wamsley death certificate, Ohio death records (1914) Brown County, Ohio, Certificate #427.) Sarah (Gilbert) Older died sometime between 1843 and 1847.(43)
George Older then married Deborah Ann (Boyer) Nye on October 2, 1847, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 6, George Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriages.) She was the daughter of Richard Boyer and Rachel Frew.(Bingler, page 6.) Deborah Ann Boyer was born March 10, 1828, in Ohio.(Bingler, page 6.) She married first Jacob Nye on February 19, 1843, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 6.) George Older and Deborah Nye were the parents of one child:
Margaret Louisa Ann Older was born May 26, 1849, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. She died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas. She married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, at Henderson County, Illinois.(Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.)
Shortly after the birth of Ann, George Older died July 3, 1849, in Cincinnati, Ohio, during the Cholera epidemic.(Bingler, page 6, George Older obituary, in newspaper obituary abstracts, Fairfield Trace (Winter 1990): 11.) The Lancaster, Ohio, newspaper reported his death. The obituary gave George's age as 45 years old.
All six of the children of George Older Sr. were living in different households at the time of the 1850 census. No 1850 census record was found for George Older Jr.
Ann Older was living in the Richard Boyer household in 1850.( 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Huntington Township, Page 313, Roll M432_725, dwelling #134, family #136.)
Richard Boyer was the father of Deborah BoyerNye, the second wife of George Older.(Bingler, page 6.)
Ann Older married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, in Henderson County, Illinois.(Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.) He was born August 15, 1845, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.(Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older.) Margaret Louisa Ann Older died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas.(Bingler, page 37.) Margaret Luisa Ann was mentioned in the 1918 obituary of Emma Jane Price as a surviving sister, Anne Van Norman.(Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older).
George's widow, Deborah A. (Boyer) (Nye) Older, married William Price on September 10, 1854.(Bingler, page 6.) Deborah died July 8, 1903, in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma.(Bingler, page 6.)
There should be no 1830 or 1850 United States Federal Census records for George Older. He did not leave England until 1835 and he died in 1849. No 1840 Federal Census record for George Older has been found as well.
25) Samuel Older and Thomas Older, assumed to be brothers of George Older, had boarded the ship England at Portsmouth, England, on May 8, 1832, and disembarked on June 15, 1832, in Quebec, Canada.( The following record was compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill- Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. England 1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832. In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee. Family names on that voyage included: Barberry (Burberry), Burchell, French, Goldring, Graffam (Grantham), Hook, Joyce (Joice), Mann, Older, Oler (Older), Saunders, Smart, Smithers, Southerton, Thaire (Thayre), and Tribe; See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 396 which lists Mr. Older and wife and 7 children and Thomas Older a single man.)
26) Samuel, Thomas, and George Older were part of the Petworth Emigration Scheme. The main concept of the Petworth Scheme was to pay people to leave England and to settle in Canada.(English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, Mary McDougall Mauge, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 2000, Introduction.)
Samuel and Thomas Older continued on to Athens County, Ohio, after their arrival in Canada whereas George Older remained in Canada with his family for a time. 27) Samuel Older, Thomas Older, and a William Older were all heads of households in the 1840 census of York Township, Athens County, Ohio.(1840 U. S. Census for Ohio, Athens County, York Township, lists S. Older, T. Older, and W. Older.)
28) Samuel Older's baptismal record lists his parents as Samuel Holder &
Elizabeth Bishop.(Samuel Older's baptism was listed in the IGI [International Genealogical Index] as Samuel Holder christened 12 Feb 1792 Salehurst, Sussex, England. The parents were listed as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.) Samuel Older died August 8, 1857, in Grand Rapids, Wood County, Ohio.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, page 3.)
29) Thomas Older was christened November 12, 1809, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.(IGI record fro Thomas Older christened 12 Nov 1809 Wisborough Green, Sussex, England, with parents Samuel & Elizabeth Older.) The death certificate of Thomas Older gives his mother's name as Elizabeth Bishop.(Thomas Older death certificate, Fairfield Co., Ohio, death records, page 360, #9, FHL microfilm 0295271.) Unfortunately, no baptismal record has been found for George Older nor has one been found for William Older.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America, page 3, footnote number 8, and footnote number 11.) It is upon this scenario that the parents of George Older are assumed to be Samuel Older Sr. and his wife Elizabeth Bishop.

33 Sarah Gilbert
born: Probably early 1800s in England
died: Between 1843 and 1847, probably Ross County, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SARAH GILBERT and her son SAMUEL CLARENCE OLDER
1) George Older married Sarah Gilbert in England. Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 7.
2) Bingler, page 6, George Older obituary, in newspaper obituary abstracts, Fairfield Trace (Winter 1990): 11.
3) Anna Rosabelle Older Butner Mcdonald Roby wbo was the mother of Gertrude Butner Culbreath and Goldie Butner Pace Martin Monroe. Her grandchildren were elen Culbreath Hamer, Nellie Culbreath Wood Stroupe and Floyd Edward Culbreath. Photo taken in Covington, TN probably after her divorce from Dr. Roby in 1916.
4) Dr. Andrew J. Roby and wife, Anna Older Butner Mcdonald Roby who lived at Tabernacle near Covington, Tennessee. Anna's mother, Eliza Jane Baird Older (Wire) came to Tennessee with Anna and lived with the couple until she died from a house fire accident there.
5) Obituary for Anna Rosabelle Older (Butner) (Roby) – Covington, TN. She died 28 February 1942. Obituary states that she was born in Mechanicsburg, Illinois, the daughter of Jane Baird and Sam J. Older. She moved to Danville, Illinois, and was educated there. Moved to Terre Haute, Indiana, and became a practical nurse. Lived near Covington, Tennessee, about 41 years. Went back to Terre Haute and remained there 12 years where she helped compile city directories throughout Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. She returned to Covington in 1933. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Culbreath. “She leaves another daughter, Mrs. James Harris, Indianapolis, Ind.; her brother, J. G. Older, Detroit, Mich., and three grandchildren, Mrs. Kemmet Wood, Covington, Floyd E.Culbreath and Mrs. J. E. Hamer of Memphis.” Burial was at Munford Cemetery, Covington, TN.
6) Handwritten notes of Rosabelle Older in the possession of Sara H. Chumney of Memphis, Tennessee state: “Helen, The Older folks are my father’s people. Mrs. Emiley Arrington my father’s eldest sister – born in England. Eight years old when came to U.S.A. My father Samuel Clarence Older third youngest child born (?two?) weeks after their parents landed in Canada. Years later grandfather and grandmother Older came to U.S.A. and settled at Cincinnati, Ohio. (The Bairds are my mother’s family.)” A second note states: “Grandfather James Baird lived at Chilicothe, Ohio, also at Lancaster, Ohio. Sam C. Older and Jane Eliza Baird were married in Ohio at Chilicothe or Lancaster Ohio.” A third note states: “Page 1 My Grandfather Older’s (?name?) George Older – and his wife’s name Sarah – maiden name was Sarah Gilbert. English home of grandfather Older 16 miles of Londen, Eng – first home after landing in Canada 14 miles from Montrell Grandmother’s” and continued on a fourth note “Older’s mother’s father (?came?) from (?Saulberry?) Plains – (?uncle?) to grandma Gilbert John”. Also readable on note number four, “Barnett Ol” “bro to Geo.” “Older – History (?aunt?) Emily gave (?me?)”.
7) Obituary of Mrs. Emily Arrington, Portland, Oregon, 1925. She was a sister of Samuel Clarence Older.
8) Backside of photograph of George Older Junior’s family provided by Sara H. Chumney of Memphis, Tennessee. Grandfather Sam Older's brother, George Older, and wife Mary Humphry 0lder, daughter Jennie and brothers. (Aunt Mary Humphry Older was a cousin to Civil War General Robert E. Lee of Virginia.) Her brother Rufus was close friend of Anna Older when young and they were once engaged. He studied to be a preacher & lived near Anna's family
–may have been Grove City, Illinois (George R. Older, Jr. and Mary, Sam A. Older, Frank Older, Louis E. Ollder, William R. (Will) Older, Charles F. Older, Jeannette Alice Older (b. 1869 – Oregon.
9) 1870 U. S. Census for Oregon, Clackamas County, Lower Molalla Precinct, Post Office - Needy, enumerated June 27, 1870, Roll M593_1285, Page 171, Image 344, Dwelling #533, Family #529, A. J. Arrington household, A. J. Arrington, age 40, male, white, school teacher, personal property = $500, born in Ohio, male, citizen 21 years of age and upwards, Emily Arrington, age 35, female, white, keeping house, born in England, father of foreign birth, mother of foreign birth, Alice Arrington, age 14, female, white, at house, born in Illinois, mother of foreign birth, attended school during year, Edwin Arrington, age 11, male, white, at house, born in Iowa, mother of foreign birth, attended school during year, Fanny Arrington, age 8, female, white, at house, born in California, Emma Arrington, age 3, female, white, at house, born in California.
10) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Sangamon County, Post Office - Mechanicsburg, Page 347, District No. 16, enumerated August 6, 1860, by J. H. Currier, Dwelling #2467, Family #2467, S. C. Older, age 23, male, Broom Maker, personal property = $100, born in Canada, J. E. Older, age 24, female, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot read or write, James Baird, age 54, male, Butcher, real estate = $75, born in Ohio, over 20 years of age and cannot, read or write, Eliza Baird, age 58, female, born in Virginia, Henrietta Drury, age 17, female, born in Ohio, Albert Baird, age 14, male, born in Ohio.
11) Marriage License for Samuel Clarence Older and Jane Eliza Baird, August 11, 1856, Ross County, Ohio. Marriage solomized by Samuel J. Durham on August 14, 1856. Volume G3, Page 247.
12) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Chillicothe Scioto Township, Page 6, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #85, Family #85, John J. Bangs, age 41, male, jeweler, real estate = $2,500, born in Maine, H. Augusta Bangs, age 30, female, born in Canada, Florence Bangs, age 4, female, born in Ohio, Harry Bangs, age 2, male, born in Ohio, John W. Bangs, age 1, male, born in Ohio, Ellen. M. Williams, age 32, female, born in Canada, Solomon Older, age 12, male, born in Ohio.
13) 1862 and 1863 Military Census for Sangamon County, Illinois, page 68, Town of Mechanicsburg, County of Sangamon, Illinois, page 73, #256. Older, Samuel C. is listed as age 25, born in Canada, a farmer. Page 76 shows the total Enrolled for the town as 377 with 121 already Volunteered for service. The census probably listed male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45.
14) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Fairfield County, Lancaster Township, Page 305, Roll M432_677, Dwelling #486, Family #497, Thomas Older, age 40, Emila Older, age 18, female, born in England.
15) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Athens County, York Township, Page 215, Roll M432_660, Dwelling #625, Family #635, John Burberry, age 38, male, Mary J. Older, age 11, female, born in Ohio, attended school during the year.
16) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Huntington Township, Page 313, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #134, Family #136, Richard Boyer, age 58, male, Ann Older, age 1, female, born in Ohio.
17) 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Chillicothe Township, Page 58, Roll M432_725, Dwelling #897, Family #897, Parker I. Gardner, age 36, male, Frances Older, age 6, female, born in Ohio, attended school during the year.
18) From Sylvia McMaster in England, March 14, 2006: "I know that when we last corresponded you asked me about George Older and Sarah Gilbert. I know that they married in Burpham on the 7th November 1832 and emigrated in 1836. They had Samuel Clarence in 1831, Emily in 1833, George in 1835 and Frances Elizabeth in Ohio in 1843. According to the records I have, George was a child of Samuel Older and Elizabeth Bishop. He was baptised on the 3rd January 1813 and died in Hamilton, Ohio on the 3rd July 1849."
19) Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, unpublished, copyrighted June 2005.
20) P. William Filby and Mary Meyer. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1997 Supplement.
21) The following record was compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougallMaude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. England 1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832. In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee. Family names on that voyage included: Barberry (Burberry), Burchell, French, Goldring, Graffam (Grantham), Hook, Joyce (Joice), Mann, Older, Oler (Older), Saunders, Smart, Smithers, Southerton, Thaire (Thayre), and Tribe; See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 396 which lists Mr. Older and wife and 7 children and Thomas Older a single man.
22) English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, Mary McDougall Mauge, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 2000, Introduction.
23) The following e-mail, received by Curtis L. Older from the Records Office of West Sussex, England, confirms the information to which notes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 relate: From: records.office@westsussex.gov.uk. To: curtolder@earthlink.net. Subject: Re: Petworth Immigration Records AMM/AV.38 Date: Aug 26, 2005 5:24 AM. Dear Mr. Older, Thank you for your enquiry concerning George Older and his family. One sentence of a letter from him, written in 1836, was published in Continuation of letters from Sussex Emigrants... written in 1836, which was published in 1837. There is also a mention of him in a letter of 1836 to Rev. Thomas Socket, chairman of the Petworth Emigration Committee, from William Robinson, for whom George was working. The family are also mentioned in the journal of Sarah Knight, who had emigrated in 1821 to Nelsonville, Ohio. All the above are published in English Immigrant Voices, ed. Cameron, Haines, and McDougall Maude, published in 2000 by McGill-Queen's University Press. A list of all emigrants under the Petworth scheme, with all the information about them, and the sources, was published in the companion volume Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada, The Petworth Project 1832-1837, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude. These volumes were the fruit of a ten year research project in Canada and England, funded by the Jackson Foundation, the Jacksons themselves being descended from a family who emigrated under the Petworth scheme. If you are unable to obtain the books, we could copy the relevant sources for you, either by photocopying or scanning. I can let you have an estimate of the cost should it be necessary. Yours sincerely, Alison McCann, Assistant County Archivist.
24) George Older married Sarah Gilbert in England.(32) No information on her parents is known. George Older and Sarah Gilbert were the parents of five children:
Emily Older, a daughter, was born October 11, 1833, in England.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 7.) She married Andrew Harrington on August 28, 1853, in Ross County, Ohio.( Andrew Arrington entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.) Emily (Older) Harringtondied in 1925 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
George Older Junior, the oldest son, was born September 13, 1835, "on the ocean".(Bingler, page 33.) George married Mary Summers Humphrey on January 1, 1860, in Vermilion County, Illinois.( Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 Record, Name: George Olders, Gender: Male, Spouse, Name: Mary S. Humphrey, Marriage Date: Jan 01, 1860, Marriage County: Vermilion, Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749.) George enlisted for service during the Civil War on April 26, 1864, at Danville, Illinois. He served in Company K of the 135th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The State if Illinois website lists him as Older, George, Private, Danville, June 6, 1864, Mustered out Sep 28, 1864. He filed for a military pension in 1890. The National Archives cannot locate any of his records. George Jr. died September 26, 1920, in Portland, Oregon.(Bingler, pages 33-4; Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Record, Name: Older, George, County: Portland, Death Date: 26 Sep 1920, Certificate: 2470.)
Samuel Clarence Older, the youngest son, was born January 15, 1837, in Ontario, Canada.(Bingler, page 35.) He married Jane Eliza Baird on August 14, 1856, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 35, Samuel Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.)
Mary Jane Older was born in 1840 in Ohio. She married Johnson Coe on October 13, 1867 in Athens County, Ohio. (Bingler, page 36, Mary J. Older entry, Marvin Fletcher & Beverly Schumacher, Marriage Records, 1865-1880: Athens County, Ohio, Athens County Historical Society, 1981.)
Fanny Elizabeth Older was born August 12, 1843, in Ohio.( Bingler, page 36.) She died January 11, 1914, in Russelville, Brown County, Ohio. She married William M. G. Wamsley on February 20, 1867, in Bentonville, Adams Co., Ohio.(Bingler, page 36. Frances Wamsley death certificate, Ohio death records (1914) Brown County, Ohio, Certificate #427.)
Sarah (Gilbert) Older died sometime between 1843 and 1847.(43) George Older then married Deborah Ann (Boyer) Nye on October 2, 1847, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 6, George Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriages.) She was the daughter of Richard Boyer and Rachel Frew.(Bingler, page 6.) Deborah Ann Boyer was born March 10, 1828, in Ohio.(Bingler, page 6.) She married first Jacob Nye on February 19, 1843, in Ross County, Ohio.(Bingler, page 6.)
George Older and Deborah Nye were the parents of one child:
Margaret Louisa Ann Older was born May 26, 1849, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. She died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas. She married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, at Henderson County, Illinois.(Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.)
Shortly after the birth of Ann, George Older died July 3, 1849, in Cincinnati, Ohio, during the Cholera epidemic.(Bingler, page 6, George Older obituary, in newspaper obituary abstracts, Fairfield Trace (Winter 1990): 11.)
The Lancaster, Ohio, newspaper reported his death. The obituary gave George's age as 45 years old.
All six of the children of George Older Sr. were living in different households at the time of the 1850 census. No 1850 census record was found for George Older Jr.
Ann Older was living in the Richard Boyer household in 1850.( 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Huntington Township, Page 313, Roll M432_725, dwelling #134, family #136.) Richard Boyer was the father of Deborah Boyer Nye, the second wife of George Older.(Bingler, page 6.) Ann Older married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, in Henderson County, Illinois.(Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.) He was born August 15, 1845, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.(Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older.) Margaret Louisa Ann Older died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas.(Bingler, page 37.) Margaret Luisa Ann was mentioned in the 1918 obituary of Emma Jane Price as a surviving sister, Anne Van Norman.(Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older).
George's widow, Deborah A. (Boyer) (Nye) Older, married William Price on September 10, 1854.(Bingler, page 6.) Deborah died July 8, 1903, in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma.(Bingler, page 6.)
There should be no 1830 or 1850 United States Federal Census records for George Older. He did not leave England until 1835 and he died in 1849. No 1840 Federal Census record for George Older has been found as well.
25) Samuel Older and Thomas Older, assumed to be brothers of George Older, had boarded the ship England at Portsmouth, England, on May 8, 1832, and disembarked on June 15, 1832, in Quebec, Canada.( The following record was compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill- Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. England 1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832. In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee. Family names on that voyage included: Barberry (Burberry), Burchell, French, Goldring, Graffam (Grantham), Hook, Joyce (Joice), Mann, Older, Oler (Older), Saunders, Smart, Smithers, Southerton, Thaire (Thayre), and Tribe; See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 396 which lists Mr. Older and wife and 7 children and Thomas Older a single man.)
26) Samuel, Thomas, and George Older were part of the Petworth Emigration Scheme. The main concept of the Petworth Scheme was to pay people to leave England and to settle in Canada.(English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, Mary McDougall Mauge, McGill-Queen's University Press,
Montreal, 2000, Introduction.)
27) Samuel and Thomas Older continued on to Athens County, Ohio, after their arrival in Canada whereas George Older remained in Canada with his family for a time. Samuel Older, Thomas Older, and a William Older were all heads of households in the 1840 census of York Township, Athens County, Ohio.(1840 U. S. Census for Ohio, Athens County, York Township, lists S. Older,
T. Older, and W. Older.)
28) Samuel Older's baptismal record lists his parents as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.(Samuel Older's baptism was listed in the IGI [International Genealogical Index] as Samuel Holder christened 12 Feb 1792 Salehurst, Sussex, England. The parents were listed as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.) Samuel Older died August 8, 1857, in Grand Rapids, Wood County, Ohio.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, page 3.)
Thomas Older was christened November 12, 1809, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.(IGI record fro Thomas Older christened 12 Nov 1809 Wisborough Green, Sussex, England, with parents Samuel & Elizabeth Older.) The death certificate of 29) Thomas Older gives his mother's name as Elizabeth Bishop.(Thomas Older death certificate, Fairfield Co., Ohio, death records, page 360, #9, FHL microfilm 0295271.) Unfortunately, no baptismal record has been found for George Older nor has one been found for William Older.(Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America, page 3, footnote number 8, and footnote number 11.) It is upon this scenario that the parents of George Older are assumed to be Samuel Older Sr. and his wife Elizabeth Bishop.

34 James Baird
born: 15 Feb 1806,, Zanesville, Ohio, USA
died: 02 July 1868, probably Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JAMES BAIRD and his daughter ELIZABETH JANE BAIRD
1) James Baird, born 15 February 1806, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on the occasion of their marriage April 10, 1828.

2) Eliza Pergrin/Pergrun, born 29 May 1801, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

3) Jane Eliza Baird, born 10 August 1835, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 --that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on the occasion of their marriage 10 April 1828.

4) Jane Eliza Baird, age 15, was shown as living with James Baird and Eliza Baird in the 1850 Ohio census for Ross County, Bourneville Township, enumerated 25 September 1850.

5) James Baird married Eliza Pergrin on 10 April 1828, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

35 Eliza Pergrin (?Pergrun?)
born: 29 May 1801
died: 30 December 1864, probably Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZA PERGRIN (?PERGRUN?) and her daughter ELIZABETH JANE BAIRD
1) James Baird, born 15 February 1806, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

2) Eliza Pergrin/Pergrun, born 29 May 1801, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

3) Jane Eliza Baird, born 10 August 1835, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 --that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

4) Jane Eliza Baird, age 15, was shown as living with James Baird and Eliza Baird in the 1850 Ohio census for Ross County, Bourneville Township, enumerated 25 September 1850.

5) James Baird married Eliza Pergrin on 10 April 1828, listed in the Baird Bible -- printed prior to 1828 -- that Rosemary McCane (Nellie's daughter) inherited that was originally given to James Baird and Eliza Pergrin on their marriage 10 April 1828.

38 Phillip Stuebe
born: 15 September 1817 (possibly 01-01-1816), Pomerania, Prussia, Germany
died: 19 October 1889, Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PHILIP STUEBE and his daughter HANNAH STUEBE
1) John Stuebe indicated his mother's name was Mara Koch. Marriage Abstracts, Vermilion County, Illinois, 1878-1881, County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749, December 18, 1880, John Stuebe married Caroline Kraft: John Stuebe, 39, Danville, Illinois, father - Philip Stuebe; mother - Mara Koch.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Naturalization Records, Book B, Page 25, contains the Final Certificate for Philip Stube. The record was dated November 13, 1862. Census records for two of the children of Philip and Mary Stube,
Hannah and John, give dates for their year of immigration to the United States as 1856 and 1857 respectively.
3) Pape Mortuary, 10 E. Williams Street, Danville, Illinois 61832, Death Records, http://www.papemortuary.com/, Stuebe, Philip, Date of Birth 1/1/1816, Place of Birth Not Danville, Father Stuebe, d:dnvl heart paralysis, Mother, Danville Daily News 10/21/89, spouse W-? age: 79, Wedding Date [blank], Date of Death 10/19/1889, Cemetery Spring Hill.
4) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Roll M653_233, Page 594, Post Office - Danville, enumberated June 7, 1860, by Hamilton White, Dwelling #310, Family #314, Philip Steber, age 44, male, laborer, real estate = $240, personal property = $50, born in Germany, Mary Steber, age 49, female, born in Germany, Hannah Steber, age 21, female, born in Germany, John Steber, age 20, male, laborer, born in Germany, Fredrich Steber, age 19, male, laborer, born in Germany, Rebecca Steber, age 17, female, born in Germany, Fritz Steber, age 15, male, laborer, born in Germany.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Roll M593_285, Page 155, Image 312, Post Office – Danville, Dwelling 908, Family 871, Phillip Stube, age 58, male, white, farmer, real estate = $3,000, personal = $250, born in Prussia, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U. S. of 21 years of age or older, Mary Stube, age 58, female, white, keeping house, born in Prussia, parents of foreign birth.
6) Estate Papers of Philip Stube at the Illiana Genealogical and Historical Society numbered #6-525-559 - #7-13-240-253-303. The estate was closed on May 31, 1890. The last will and testament of Philip Stube was dated September 17, 1873, and named his wife, Mary Stube, to receive all real estate and personal property during her lifetime, and at her death all the property to go to Johannah Lawrence, John Stube, Christopher Stube, Fredericka Walz, Frederick Stube, and Mary Buy, in fee simple, to share and share alike.
7) The tombstone for Philip Stuebe and his wife Mary is located at Spring Hill Cemetery in Danville, Illinois, very near the tombstone of ‘(Mother) Hannah (Stuebe) Lorenz, January 9, 1839 to March 12, 1908’, and the tombstones for ‘Mary C. Lorenz, 1868-1916’ and ‘Fred J. Lorenz, 1870-1951’. In May 2013, the tombstone was visited by Curtis Lynn Older and appeared to read as follows: “Phillip Stube Born Sept? 18? 1815?, Died 19? 1881? Ages”. The only word that was somewhat readable for his wife was: “Mary?”.

39 Mary Koch
born: 1817, Pomerania, Prussia, Germany
died: 10 April 1888, Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY KOCH and her daughter HANNAH STUEBE
1) John Stuebe indicated his mother's name was Mara Koch. Marriage Abstracts, Vermilion County, Illinois, 1878-1881, County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749, December 18, 1880, John Stuebe married Caroline Kraft: John Stuebe, 39, Danville, Illinois, father - Philip Stuebe; mother - Mara Koch.
2) Vermilion County, Illinois, Naturalization Records, Book B, Page 25, contains the Final Certificate for Philip Stube. The record was dated November 13, 1862. Census records for two of the children of Philip and Mary Stube, Hannah and John, give dates for their year of immigration to the United States as 1856 and 1857 respectively.
3) Pape Mortuary, 10 E. Williams Street, Danville, Illinois 61832, Death Records, http://www.papemortuary.com/, Stuebe, Philip, Date of Birth 1/1/1816, Place of Birth Not Danville, Father Stuebe, d:dnvl heart paralysis, Mother, Danville Daily News 10/21/89, spouse W-? age: 79, Wedding Date [blank], Date of Death 10/19/1889, Cemetery Spring Hill.
4) 1860 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Roll M653_233, Page 594, Post Office - Danville, enumberated June 7, 1860, by Hamilton White, Dwelling #310, Family #314, Philip Steber, age 44, male, laborer, real estate = $240, personal property = $50, born in Germany, Mary Steber, age 49, female, born in Germany, Hannah Steber, age 21, female, born in Germany, John Steber, age 20, male, laborer, born in Germany, Fredrich Steber, age 19, male, laborer, born in Germany, Rebecca Steber, age 17, female, born in Germany, Fritz Steber, age 15, male, laborer, born in Germany.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Illinois, Vermilion County, Danville Township, Roll M593_285, Page 155, Image 312, Post Office – Danville, Dwelling 908, Family 871, Phillip Stube, age 58, male, white, farmer, real estate = $3,000, personal = $250, born in Prussia, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U. S. of 21 years of age or older, Mary Stube, age 58, female, white, keeping house, born in Prussia, parents of foreign birth.
6) Estate Papers of Philip Stube at the Illiana Genealogical and Historical Society numbered #6-525-559 - #7-13-240-253-303. The estate was closed on May 31, 1890. The last will and testament of Philip Stube was dated September 17, 1873, and named his wife, Mary Stube, to receive all real estate and personal property during her lifetime, and at her death all the property to go to Johannah Lawrence, John Stube, Christopher Stube, Fredericka Walz, Frederick Stube, and Mary Buy, in fee simple, to share and share alike.
7) The tombstone for Philip Stuebe and his wife Mary is located at Spring Hill Cemetery in Danville, Illinois, very near the tombstone of ‘(Mother) Hannah (Stuebe) Lorenz, January 9, 1839 to March 12, 1908’, and the tombstones for ‘Mary C. Lorenz, 1868-1916’ and ‘Fred J. Lorenz, 1870-1951’. In May 2013, the tombstone was visited by Curtis Lynn Older and appeared to read as follows: “Phillip Stube Born Sept? 18? 1815?, Died 19? 1881? Ages”. The only word that was somewhat readable for his wife was: “Mary?”.

40 Charles Worth
born: 17 June 1761, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: After 1850, probably Indiana or Missouri, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
CHARLES WORTH and his son JOHN WORTH
1) Letter from John Worth (New Ross, Indiana) to Hiram C. Worth (Greensboro, North Carolina), dated 1 February 1886. Original letter at Hege Library, Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC. A typewritten transcript of the letter dated was made in January 1915 from original letter on loan from Laura D. Worth of Guilford College to Herbert Folger, California Mayflower Society Historian. A copy of the transcript was in the lineage documents of Arlie L. Rigsbee, General Number 4071, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The names of the nine children of Charles Worth listed in the 01 February 1886 letter written by John Worth which was sent from New Ross, Indiana, matches the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth Worth listed in the Folger Manuscript.
2) Folger Manuscript, Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Collection 118, Book 7, page 142, which lists a Charles Worth as the son of Joseph and Judith, the marriage of Charles Worth and Elizabeth Frye/Frey, and the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth. The record also identifies the parents of Elizabeth Frye/Frey as Michael and Nancy Frye/Frey. The document was recorded prior to 1850. The first child of Charles and Elizabeth Worth is listed as Lydia and the record indicates she was born in 1799, the same year Charles was removed from the Quaker Church for marrying out of unity. The Nantucket Quakers who moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, in the late 1700s sent reports of family births, marriages, deaths, etc. back to Nantucket where they were recorded. The record also identifies the family as "Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants." New Garden, North Carolina, was at the present site of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
3) 1914 Affidavit of Marshal Benton Rigsbee which is part of the application papers to the Society of Mayflower Descendants of Plymouth, Massachusetts, for Arlie L. Rigsbee. This affidavit states his knowledge of the descendants of Charles Worth. Affidavit states that the grandfather of Marshal Benton Rigsbee was John Rigsbee who was born in North Carolina on the 12th day of August 1793 and died in Rush County, Indiana on the 30th day of May 1851, and was married to Lydia Worth who was born in Guilford County, NC on the 20th day of September 1799 and died on the 22nd day of September 1873. Affiant also believes that Charles Worth was born in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and was married in North Carolina to Elizabeth Frye/Frey and had the following children: Lydia, Levi, Seth, Elizabeth, Rachael, Paul, Lucinda and Rhoda. He omits John Worth. Affiant states that Rachael Worth married Jehu Rigsbee. The names of the children of Charles and Elizabeth Worth agrees with both the Folger Manuscript and the 01 February 1886 letter of John Worth, excepting the fact that the Affidavit does not list a John Worth as a son of Charles and Elizabeth Worth.
4) Various census records related to Charles Worth, John Worth, and Seth Worth: Census record of 1850 for Indiana, Davies County, Van Buren Township, p. 187, which lists a Charles Worth in the household of a Seth Worth. The 1850 census record for the Seth Worth household lists the age of Charles Worth as 90 years. This would agree with the birth year for Charles at Nantucket, Massachusetts, as 1761; the 1840 U.S. Census of Indiana, Davies County, page 64, which lists a family for John Worth; the 1840 U.S. Census for Rush County, Jackson Township, page 399, which lists the Charles Worth household and appears one line below the household of a Seth Worth. 1850 Census of Indiana, Rush County, Jackson Township, page 556, which lists a family for John Worth. These census records support the Folger manuscript and the 01 February 1886 letter of John Worth as to John Worth having a brother named Seth and a father named Charles. John Worth also named one of his sons Seth.

41 Elizabeth Frey (Frye)
born: Probably by 1781, Stokes County, North Carolina, USA
died: Before 1850, Unknown
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
CHARLES WORTH and his son JOHN WORTH
1) Letter from John Worth (New Ross, Indiana) to Hiram C. Worth (Greensboro, North Carolina), dated 1 February 1886. Original letter at Hege Library, Friends Historical Collection, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC. A typewritten transcript of the letter dated was made in January 1915 from original letter on loan from Laura D. Worth of Guilford College to Herbert Folger, California Mayflower Society Historian. A copy of the transcript was in the lineage documents of Arlie L. Rigsbee, General Number 4071, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The names of the nine children of Charles Worth listed in the 01 February 1886 letter written by John Worth which was sent from New Ross, Indiana, matches the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth Worth listed in the Folger Manuscript.
2) Folger Manuscript, Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Collection 118, Book 7, page 142, which lists a Charles Worth as the son of Joseph and Judith, the marriage of Charles Worth and Elizabeth Frye/Frey, and the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth. The record also identifies the parents of Elizabeth Frye/Frey as Michael and Nancy Frye/Frey. The document was recorded prior to 1850. The first child of Charles and Elizabeth Worth is listed as Lydia and the record indicates she was born in 1799, the same year Charles was removed from the Quaker Church for marrying out of unity. The Nantucket Quakers who moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, in the late 1700s sent reports of family births, marriages, deaths, etc. back to Nantucket where they were recorded. The record also identifies the family as "Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants." New Garden, North Carolina, was at the present site of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
3) 1914 Affidavit of Marshal Benton Rigsbee which is part of the application papers to the Society of Mayflower Descendants of Plymouth, Massachusetts, for Arlie L. Rigsbee. This affidavit states his knowledge of the descendants of Charles Worth. Affidavit states that the grandfather of Marshal Benton Rigsbee was John Rigsbee who was born in North Carolina on the 12th
day of August 1793 and died in Rush County, Indiana on the 30th day of May 1851, and was married to Lydia Worth who was born in Guilford County, NC on the 20th day of September 1799 and died on the 22nd day of September 1873. Affiant also believes that Charles Worth was born in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and was married in North Carolina to Elizabeth Frye/Frey and had the following children: Lydia, Levi, Seth, Elizabeth, Rachael, Paul, Lucinda and Rhoda. He omits John Worth. Affiant states that Rachael Worth married Jehu Rigsbee. The names of the children of Charles and Elizabeth Worth agrees with both the Folger Manuscript and the 01 February 1886 letter of John Worth, excepting the fact that the Affidavit does not list a John Worth as a son of Charles and Elizabeth Worth.
4) Various census records related to Charles Worth, John Worth, and Seth Worth: Census record of 1850 for Indiana, Davies County, Van Buren Township, p. 187, which lists a Charles Worth in the household of a Seth Worth. The 1850 census record for the Seth Worth household lists the age of Charles Worth as 90 years. This would agree with the birth year for Charles at Nantucket, Massachusetts, as 1761; the 1840 U.S. Census of Indiana, Davies County, page 64, which lists a family for John Worth; the 1840 U.S. Census for Rush County, Jackson Township, page 399, which lists the Charles Worth household and appears one line below the household of a Seth Worth. 1850 Census of Indiana, Rush County, Jackson Township, page 556, which lists a family for John Worth. These census records support the Folger manuscript and the 01 February 1886 letter of John Worth as to John Worth having a brother named Seth and a father named Charles. John Worth also named one of his sons Seth.

42 John Drysdale (probable)
born: Unknown
died: After 1840, probably in Indiana
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN DRYSDALE and his daughter JULIA ANN DRYSDALE
1) Kentucky, Montgomery County, Marriage Records, February 15, 1809, John Drysdale and Martha McGlaughlin.
2) Rachael Ann Drysdale, born Sept. 29, 1820, in Campbell County, Kentucky, probably was a sister or cousin to Julia Ann Drysdale. Rachael married Sandford David Turner in Rushville, Indiana, on February 15, 1838. Indiana, Rush County, Marriages, February 15, 1838, Sanford David Turner and Rachel Ann Drysdale.
3) William Drysdale and family lived next to John Worth according to the 1840 Daviess County, Indiana, census, and John Drysdale and family lived very close to John Worth as well. 1840 U. S. Census for Indiana, Daviess County, Township Not Stated, Roll 77, Page 34, William Drysdale household and John Worth household.

43 Martha McGlaughlin (probable - not documented)
born: Unknown, Unknown
died: Unknown, Unknown
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARTHA McGLAUGHLIN and her daughter JULIA ANN DRYSDALE
1) Kentucky, Montgomery County, Marriage Records, February 15, 1809, John Drysdale and Martha McGlaughlin.
2) Rachael Ann Drysdale, born Sept. 29, 1820, in Campbell County, Kentucky, probably was a sister or cousin to Julia Ann Drysdale. Rachael married Sandford David Turner in Rushville, Indiana, on February 15, 1838. Indiana, Rush County, Marriages, February 15, 1838, Sanford David Turner and Rachel Ann Drysdale.
3) William Drysdale and family lived next to John Worth according to the 1840 Daviess County, Indiana, census, and John Drysdale and family lived very close to John Worth as well. 1840 U. S. Census for Indiana, Daviess County, Township Not Stated, Roll 77, Page 34, William Drysdale household and John Worth household.

44 William Harmison (probable - not documented)
born: 29 July 1800, Belmont County, Ohio, USA
died: 30 April 1875, Casey, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM HARMISON and his daughter ISAIAH HARMESON
1) Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900, Genealogy.com, Harmison, William, and Farnsworth, Elizabeth, August 19, 1824, Belmont, Ohio.
2) Harmeson and Their Kin by Richard Harold and Irma L. (Cole) Harmeson, Mesa, Arizona.
3) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Madison County, Anderson Township, Roll M432_158, Page 69, Image 434, Dwelling #984, Family #984, William Harmeson household

45 Elizabeth Farnsworth - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH and her son ISAIAH HARMESON
1) Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900, Genealogy.com, Harmison, William, and Farnsworth, Elizabeth, August 19, 1824, Belmont, Ohio.
2) Harmeson and Their Kin by Richard Harold and Irma L. (Cole) Harmeson, Mesa, Arizona.
3) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Madison County, Anderson Township, Roll M432_158, Page 69, Image 434, Dwelling #984, Family #984, William Harmeson household.

46 George Perkins
born: 1809, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA
died: 20 March 1888, Casey, Clark County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
GEORGE PERKINS and his daughter MELISSA PERKINS
1) The following information, recorded in the Perkins Family Bible by Melissa Perkins Clevenger and now owned by Alice Clevenger Call, the daughter of James E. Clevenger, was obtained from Lisa Brewer: "George, born in Greenbrier Co. West Virginia, moved settling in Knox Co Ohio. From there he settled near Cambridge, Wayne Co, Indiana, then located near Anderson Indiana, where he lived and reared a family of 7 girls and 5 boys. Then he moved to York County, Illinois, where he died at ripe old age of 81. Agnes Allen, his wife, was born in North Carolina and moved to Wayne County, Indiana, there they were married."( This information was recorded in the Perkins Family Bible by the wife of James E. Clevenger, Melissa Perkins Clevenger, and now owned by Elmer's daughter, Alice Clevenger Call.
2) George Perkins married Agnes Allen on February 24, 1829, in Wayne County, Indiana.



47 Nora Agnes Allen
born: Probably by 1812, North Carolina, USA
died: 21 July 1884, Casey, Clark County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
NORA AGNES ALLEN and her daughter MELISSA PERKINS
1) The following information, recorded in the Perkins Family Bible by Melissa Perkins Clevenger and now owned by Alice Clevenger Call, the daughter of James E. Clevenger, was obtained from Lisa Brewer: "George, born in Greenbrier Co. West Virginia, moved settling in Knox Co Ohio. From there he settled near Cambridge, Wayne Co, Indiana, then located near Anderson Indiana, where he lived and reared a family of 7 girls and 5 boys. Then he moved to York County, Illinois, where he died at ripe old age of 81. Agnes Allen, his wife, was born in North Carolina and moved to Wayne County, Indiana, there they were married."( This information was recorded in the Perkins Family Bible by the wife of James
E. Clevenger, Melissa Perkins Clevenger, and now owned by Elmer's daughter, Alice Clevenger Call.
2) George Perkins married Agnes Allen on February 24, 1829, in Wayne County, Indiana.

48 Thomas Gouty
born: About 1802, Maryland, USA
died: 10 June 1863, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: his grandfather was a Patriot in the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
THOMAS GOUTY and his son ELIAS B. GOUTY
1) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: "Thomas Gouty settled in Vermillion County in 1833 or earlier. He died June 10, 1863, aged sixty-one years. Elias, his son, was born here in 1833.
2) Gessie, Indiana, The First One Hundred Years 1872 - 1972, "Thomas Gouty was married 3 times and had children by all three. His first wife was
Nancy Carr, his second wife was Elizabeth Stutler and his 3rd wife was Catherine Hoobler. Thomas was the great grandfather of Dale Gouty. Elias Gouty (son of Thomas) was Dale's grandfather. Lewis was Dale's father. Dale lives in the homeplace."
3) Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Marriages through 1850, spouse number 1 - Carr, Nancy, spouse number 2 - Gouty, Thomas, county - Vermillion, date - October 14, 1830.
4) Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Marriages through 1850, spouse number 1 - Gouty, Thomas, spouse number 2 - Stutler, Elizabeth, county - Vermillion, date - May 31, 1840.
5) Catharine Hoobler first married William Villars on 13 November 1845 in Vermillion County, Indiana. Indiana Marriages to 1850 Record, Spouse 1: Hoobler, Catherine, Spouse 2: Villars, William, Marriage Date: 13 Nov 1845, Marriage Location: Indiana, Vermillion County. Catharine next married Thomas Gouty on 28 June 1849 in Vermilion County, Illinois. Illinois Marriages to 1850 Record, Spouse 1: Goudy, Thomas, Spouse 2: Villars, Catharine, Marriage Date: 28 Jun 1849, Marriage Location: Illinois, Vermilion County. A John W. Villers age 12 is listed in the 1860 Thomas Gowty Senr household.
6) Book 20, pages 260 through 263 for court case: Rebecca Gouty versus Elias Gouty et al. Vermillion County Court In Partition, Newport, Indiana, 02 August 1865: "We find upon a careful examination & valuation of said real estate that Elias Gouty having received the sum of twelve hundred & ninety dollars as an advancement from his Father as found by the court that said Elias is therefore not entitled to any part of said lands in Partition." The land of Thomas Gouty was partitioned among children of all three of his wives.
7) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Page 63, Roll M432_177, enumerated October 26, 1850, by Thomas C. W. Sale. Dwelling Number 234, Family Number 236. Thomas Gouty age 44, Catharine Gouty age 25, Elias Gouty age 17.
8) 1840 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll 96, Page 448. Thos Goutty household: males under five years of age -1; males 5 years old and under 10 – 1; males 30 years old and under 40 – 1; females under five years of age – 2; females 10 years old and under 15 – 1; females 20 years old and under 30 – 1; Total in Household 7.
9) See Sons of American Revolution supplemental application for Curtis Lynn Older under Lt John Kerr.

49 Nancy Kerr
born: about 1809, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
died: probably in 1839 or 1840, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: descendant of an American Revolution hero; she had a first cousin who died at the Alamo and an uncle who was a General in Ohio during the War of 1812 and who also served a short period of time as the fifth United States Senator from Ohio
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
NANCY KERR and her son ELIAS B. GOUTY
1) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: "Thomas Gouty settled in Vermillion County in 1833 or earlier. He died June 10, 1863, aged sixty-one years. Elias, his son, was born here in 1833.
2) Gessie, Indiana, The First One Hundred Years 1872 - 1972, "Thomas Gouty was married 3 times and had children by all three. His first wife was
Nancy Carr, his second wife was Elizabeth Stutler and his 3rd wife was Catherine Hoobler. Thomas was the great grandfather of Dale Gouty. Elias Gouty (son of Thomas) was Dale's grandfather. Lewis was Dale's father. Dale lives in the homeplace."
3) Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Marriages through 1850, spouse number 1 - Carr, Nancy, spouse number 2 - Gouty, Thomas, county - Vermillion, date - October 14, 1830.
4) Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Marriages through 1850, spouse number 1 - Gouty, Thomas, spouse number 2 - Stutler, Elizabeth, county - Vermillion, date - May 31, 1840.
5) Catharine Hoobler first married William Villars on 13 November 1845 in Vermillion County, Indiana. Indiana Marriages to 1850 Record, Spouse 1: Hoobler, Catherine, Spouse 2: Villars, William, Marriage Date: 13 Nov 1845, Marriage Location: Indiana, Vermillion County. Catharine next married Thomas Gouty on 28 June 1849 in Vermilion County, Illinois. Illinois Marriages to 1850 Record, Spouse 1: Goudy, Thomas, Spouse 2: Villars, Catharine, Marriage Date: 28 Jun 1849, Marriage Location: Illinois, Vermilion County. A John W. Villers age 12 is listed in the 1860 Thomas Gowty Senr household.
6) Book 20, pages 260 through 263 for court case: Rebecca Gouty versus Elias Gouty et al. Vermillion County Court In Partition, Newport, Indiana, 02 August 1865: "We find upon a careful examination & valuation of said real estate that Elias Gouty having received the sum of twelve hundred & ninety dollars as an advancement from his Father as found by the court that said Elias is therefore not entitled to any part of said lands in Partition." The land of Thomas Gouty was partitioned among children of all three of his wives.
7) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Page 63, Roll M432_177, enumerated October 26, 1850, by Thomas C. W. Sale. Dwelling Number 234, Family Number 236. Thomas Gouty age 44, Catharine Gouty age 25, Elias Gouty age 17.
8) 1840 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll 96, Page 448. Thos Goutty household: males under five years of age -1; males 5 years old and under 10 – 1; males 30 years old and under 40 – 1; females under five years of age – 2; females 10 years old and under 15 – 1; females 20 years old and under 30 – 1; Total in Household 7.
9) See Sons of American Revolution supplemental application for Curtis Lynn Older under Lt John Kerr.

50 Richard Shute
born: 16 October 1792, Dover, England
died: 12 January 1853, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: served in the War of 1812 from Ohio; possibly went up the Wabash River to Tippecanoe with General William Henry Harrison; General Harrison’s Army crossed the creek on the Mavis Lorene Gouty farm in 1811 on their way to the Battle of Tippecanoe
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
RICHARD SHUTE and his daughter ELIZABETH SHUTE
RICHARD SHUTE and his daughter MAHALA SHUTE
1) History of Vermillion County, Indiana. Biographical Sketch of Ephraim Shute. The parents of Ephraim Shute were Richard and Hannah (McCartney) Shute according to the biography of Ephraim Shute. The biography also indicates Mahala Shute was still living at the time of the biography and that she was the wife of William Nicholas. Also, that Elizabeth Gouty was a daughter of Richard and Hannah Shute.
2) 1850 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 57, roll M432_177, dwelling 166, family 166, Richard Shute Sr. household. Richard Shute Sr. is listed as age 58, Hannah Shute is listed as age 47, and Elizabeth Shute is listed as age 15.
3) Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850, Richard Shute married March 31, 1814 in Scioto County, Ohio, spouse: Hannah McCartney. MA, R, A-335.
4) Richard Shute land record, issue date: 8 Feb 1831; state of record: Indiana; acres: 80; Accession Number: IN1080_.032; Land Office: Crawfordsville; Authority: April 24, 1820; Document Number: 10307; Section 6; Township 19 N; Range 9 W; Meridian 2nd PM; Counties Vermillion.
5) Index to Marriage Records, Vermillion County, Indiana, 1850-1904, Vol. 1, A-Z, Newport, Indiana, County Clerk’s Office, date of license: 8-30- 1853, date of marriage: 9-1-1853, Book 3, page 315, page 90, Elias Gouty and Elizabeth Shute.
6) 1900 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 8A, enumeration district 94, enumerated 19th June 1900 by Earl Carpenter. Elizabeth Goudy(Gouty) is listed as age 64, married 46 years, mother of 8 children, 7 children presently living, born in Indiana, father born in England, mother born in Ohio.
7) To Do - Need proof Mahala was daughter of Richard and Hannah Shute - consult National Gen Soc. Quarterly volumes 1-85.) Family Tree Maker, Family Archive #210 - The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s.
8) ROSTER OF OHIO SOLDIERS IN WAR OF 1812, Vol. 2, Pages 267-268, ROLL OF CAPT JOHN RUSSELL'S COMPANY (Probably from Ross County), Served from July 28, until September 9, 1813. Capt. John Russell, Lieut. David McMullin, Ensign William Carpenter, Privates - Shute, Richard; 2 Regiment (Ferguson's) Ohio Militia, Private, Roll Box 189, Microfilm Publication M602; 2 Regiment (Safford's) Ohio Militia, Private, Roll Box 189, Microfilm Publication M602; 1 Regiment (Noel's) Ohio Militia.
9) 1840 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township.
10) File No. 3404, Bond for Guardianship Scioto County Ohio Probate Court Guardianship of Richard Shutt.
11) Scioto County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1803-1860, "Shute (Shoot), Richard & Hannah McCarty. Her father Daniel McCartney cons. 31 Mar. 1814. MA, R, A-335."

51 Hannah McCartney
born: 03 February 1796, Virginia, USA
died: 26 Aug 1872
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
HANNAH McCARTNEY and her daughter ELIZABETH SHUTE
1) Biographical Sketch of Richard and Hannah (McCartney) Shute. History of Vermillion County, Indiana.
2) 1850 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 57, roll M432_177, dwelling 166, family 166, Richard Shute Sr. household. Richard Shute Sr. is listed as age 58, Hannah Shute is listed as age 47, and Elizabeth Shute is listed as age 15.
3) Family Tree Maker, Family Archive #400 - Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850, Richard Shute married March 31, 1814 in Scioto County, Ohio, spouse: Hannah McCartney.
4) Richard Shute land record, issue date: 8 Feb 1831; state of record: Indiana; acres: 80; Accession Number: IN1080_.032; Land Office: Crawfordsville; Authority: April 24, 1820; Document Number: 10307; Section 6; Township 19 N; Range 9 W; Meridian 2nd PM; Counties Vermillion.
5) Index to Marriage Records, Vermillion County, Indiana, 1850-1904, Vol. 1, A-Z, Newport, Indiana, County Clerks Office, date of license: 8-30- 1853, date of marriage: 9-1-1853, Book 3, page 315, page 90, Elias Gouty and Elizabeth Shute.
6) 1900 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 8A, enumeration district 94, enumerated 19th June 1900 by Earl Carpenter. Elizabeth Goudy(Gouty) is listed as age 64, married 46 years, mother of 8 children, 7 children presently living, born in Indiana, father born in England, mother born in Ohio.
7) To Do - Need proof Mahala was daughter of Richard and Hannah Shute - consult National Gen Soc. Quarterly volumes 1-85.) Family Tree Maker, Family Archive #210 - The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s.
8) 1840 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township.
9) Scioto County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1803-1860, "Shute (Shoot), Richard & Hannah McCarty. Her father Daniel McCartney cons. 31 Mar. 1814. MA, R, A-335."

52 George Hartman
born: 03 February 1797, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
died: 03 September 1843, Fountain County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
GEORGE HARTMAN and his son WILLIAM HARTMAN
1) Elizabeth Royer was born 2 July 1797 in Rockingham Co., Virginia. See Virginia Vital Records, Record of the Peaked Mountain Church (German Reformed & Lutheran), Rockingham Co. VA, page, 483 "Parents: Philip Ryer (Royer) – children: (265) Elisabeth, born July 2, bapt. July 30 (1797) - sponsor: Peter Ryer".
2) Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond March 25, 1818.
3) Elizabeth Royer, the daughter of Philip Royer, married George Hartman. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. George Hartman and wife, Betsy, identified as Defendants.
Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/
4) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Priscilla Hartman, born 19 Jan 1819 and christened 20 May 1819, father listed as George Hartman and mother listed as Elizabeth. See "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1584-1917," database, FamilySearch
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRR4-98C.. : 5 December 2014
5) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Rebecca Hartman, born 12 Jul 1820, christened 23 Sep 1820, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
6) 1820 census of Rockingham County, VA shows a George Hartman with 1male age 16-25, 3 females under 10, and 1 female age 16-25.
7) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Maria Hartman, born 7 Mar 1822, christened 27 May 1822, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
8) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Sally Hartman, born 15 Mar 1824, christened 20 Jun 1824, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
9) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show an Elizabeth Anna Hartman, born 25 Mar 1828, christened 5 Oct 1828, father listed as George Hartman.
10) George Hartman acquired 40 acres in Fountain Co., Indiana, on 16 September 1835, the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Section 22, Township 18 North, Range 8 West.
11) George Hartman appears in the 1830 Rockingham Co., Virginia census records. There were several Harshbarger listings in the 1830 Census records for Rockingham Co., Virginia, and it is likely some of the Harshbarger family moved to Indiana with the Hartmans. Sarah Hartman, a sister of William, married Elija Harshbarger on 1 October 1840 in Fountain Co., Indiana. See Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001.
12) In 1840 we find George Hartman, age 40-49 in Fountain Co., IN, with 2 males under 5, 1 male 10-14, 1 female 40-49, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 10-14, and 3 females 15-19.
13) See History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches, Gilbert L. Mock, page 403. "November 6, 1881, Mr. Mock married Rebecca (Hartman) Deyo, daughter of George Hartman, and widow of Nelson Deyo. She had been twice married before her marriage to Mr. Mock, her first husband being David Rennager. She was born in Virginia in 1820, and was about twelve years of age when her parents removed to Indiana. Her father died in 1843, and her mother April 15, 1886, the latter being eighty-eight years old at the time of her death. Of a family of three sons and nine daughters born to Mr. and Mrs. Hartman, two sons and seven daughters are living – Priscilla, Rebecca, Polly, Sally, William, Christina, Andrew J., Isabella and Zerilda. The deceased are Elizabeth, Ann, Nancy and John A."
13) George Hartman died in Fountain County, IN, in September 1843. Letters of Administration, Fountain County Court, Indiana, p.414, 18 Sept 1843, Deceased: George Hartman, Administrator: Isaac Harshbarger. Probate records list his heirs as Nancy Caroline, Elizabeth Anne (Ann), William, Andrew Jackson, John Alexander, Christina (Christiana), Isabel, and Zerelda Hartman, all minor children. Priscilla, Mary, Rebecca and Sarah are married. William Hartman and Elizabeth Anne Hartman were minor heirs "over the age of fourteen years", and chose Thomas Lyons as their guardian. The Court then appointed Mr. Lyons as guardian for all the minor heirs.
14) The guardian's report dated 14 July 1854 lists Andrew J. Hartman, Christina (Hartman) Saltzgaver, and Nancy Caroline (Hartman) Harshbarger. There is no mention of John Alexander. He is probably the John Alexander (Hartman) living with James and Elizabeth Ann Cassteel on the 1850 census. Isabel and Zerelda are also not mentioned in the report. No later report has been found.
15) William Hartman was born 5 September 1825 in Rockingham County, Virginia. William Hartman tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Indiana. "William Hartman died May 31, 1896, aged 70 years, 8 months, 26 days".
16) William Hartman was living in the Elija and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger household at the time of the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN census. William was listed as age 23 and born in Virginia. William was listed as a farmer and apparently owned the land that Elijah Harshbarger, also listed as a farmer, was farming. The value of the real estate of William Hartman was shown as $200 while there was no real estate value associated with Elijah Harshbarger.
17) William Hartman married Emily Deyo in Warren County, Indiana, on 12 October 1853. Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Last Name: HARTMAN, First Name: WILLIAM, Spouse - Last Name: DEYO, Spouse - First Name: EMILY, County: Warren, Date: 10-12-1853. A sister of William Hartman, Rebecca (formerly Reinicker/Rennager) married Nelson Deyo on 4 August 1852 in Vermilion County, Illinois. (Vermilion Co., IL, is adjacent Vermillion Co., IN, and many individuals would go over to Danville, Illinois, Vermilion Co., to get married.)
18) Emily Deyo Hartman died 24 December 1859, probably in Vermillion Co, Indiana. She was buried in Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren County, Indiana. Her parents, Ozias and Elizabeth (Henderson) Deyo also were buried at Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren Co., IN.
19) 1860 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated July 7, 1860, by A. J. Adams, Roll M653_303, Page 77, Dwelling 171, Family 178, William Hartman, age 34, born in Virginia.
20) William Hartman married Elizabeth Nicholas on October 18, 1862, in Vermillion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Records 1850 - 1904 Inclusive, Volume I, Letters A - Z Inclusive, Vermillion County, Indiana, W. P. A. Original Record County Clerk's Office: Newport, Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: Spouse 1: Elizabeth Nicholas, Spouse 2: William Hartman, Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1862, County: Vermillion, Book: 4, Original Source Page: 5??, Date: 18 Oct 1862.
21) Elizabeth Nicholas was 20 years old and living in the household of her parents in 1860. The parents of Elizabeth Nicholas were William Nicholas and his wife Mahala Shute. 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana Vermillion County, Highland Township, Name: William Nichlas, age 52, born in Virginia, Mahala, age 45, born in Ohio, Elizabeth, age 20, born in Indiana, Susan, age 13, born in Indiana, Joseph, age 12, born in Indiana, Isaiah Huntingdon, age 15, born in Ohio, Roll: M653_303, Page: 72.
22) Elizabeth (Nicholas) Hartman died 23 November 1866 about four years after she married William Hartman. Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, at Perrysville, IN: "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken 1 July 2000 by Curtis L. Older.
23) Mary Luella Hartman, daughter of William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas Hartman, was born 21 July 1863 in Ford County, Illinois. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882. Father's name: Wm. Hartman. Mother's name: Elizabeth Nicholas. Witnesses to the marriage were a Joseph Nicholas and Sarah A. Short.
24) Joseph Gouty and Mary Luella Hartman were the parents of Robert William Gouty, husband of Ethel Belle Fox. The Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older states the following on a page headed "Family Register": Luella Hartman Gouty born 1863 – July 21 and Joseph Gouty born 1860 – Jan – 6. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
25) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1870. The 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, lists Nicklas, Wm., age 61, Nicklas, Mahala, age 55. Nicklas, Joseph N. age 22, Hartman, Mary L., age 6, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E. age 3, born in Indiana.
26) In 1870, Elizabeth Hartman, age 73, is listed in the Wabash Township, Fountain Co., Indiana, census. She is listed as head of household with real estate valued at $1800 and personal property worth $150. Her youngest daughter, "Serrelda" [sic] is living with her as are her son Andrew J. and his wife, Ellen. Both Andrew J. and Ellen are listed as born in Ohio. Andrew J. Hartman married Elizabeth E. Gott 11 November 1869 in Fountain Co., IN.
27) Zerelda Hartman, daughter of George and Elizabeth Royer Hartman, married Joshua Marksbury in Fountain Co., IN, on 7 November 1872.
28) See Fountain Co., Indiana, Deed Book 35, p. 383, dated 26 March 1874, Elizabeth Hartman to Zerrelda Marksbury, et. al. Attested by "Abram Royer" and "Susan Royer". This deed effectively took the place of a will. Joshua and Zerelda Marksbury agreed in the deed to care for Elizabeth for the remainder of her life in exchange for 75 acres of land.
29) Abraham Royer, who attested to the will from Elizabeth Hartman to Zerrelda Marksbury et. al., must have been the brother of Elizabeth Royer Hartman. His tombstone at Covington, Indiana, indicates he was born 14 September 1811 and died 28 June 1893. A death record for Adella C. Haupt indicates her father was Abraham Royer, her father's place of birth was Rockingham Co., VA; she was born 17 March 1853 in Covington, Indiana; her mother was born in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and her mother's name was Susanna Wertz. See Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Adella C. Haupt.
30) Campbell Cemetery records, Fountain Co., Indiana: "Hartman, Elizabeth, wife of George Hartman d. 24 April 1886 age 88y 10m". Since she was born 22 Oct 1797, her date of death or age is misstated. History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches, Gilbert L. Mock, page 463, Elizabeth (Royer) Hartman died 15 April 1886, age 88.

53 Elizabeth Royer
born: 22 October 1797, Virginia, USA
died: 15 April 1886, Fountain County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZABETH ROYER and her son WILLIAM HARTMAN
1) Elizabeth Royer was born 2 July 1797 in Rockingham Co., Virginia. See Virginia Vital Records, Record of the Peaked Mountain Church (German Reformed & Lutheran), Rockingham Co. VA, page, 483 "Parents: Philip Ryer (Royer) – children: (265) Elisabeth, born July 2, bapt. July 30 (1797) - sponsor: Peter Ryer".
2) Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond March 25, 1818.
3) Elizabeth Royer, the daughter of Philip Royer, married George Hartman. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. George Hartman and wife, Betsy, identified as Defendants.
Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/
4) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Priscilla Hartman, born 19 Jan 1819 and christened 20 May 1819, father listed as George Hartman and mother listed as Elizabeth. See "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1584-1917," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRR4-98C : 5 December 2014)
5) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Rebecca Hartman, born 12 Jul 1820, christened 23 Sep 1820, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
6) 1820 census of Rockingham County, VA shows a George Hartman with 1male age 16-25, 3 females under 10, and 1 female age 16-25.
7) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Maria Hartman, born 7 Mar 1822, christened 27 May 1822, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
8) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show a Sally Hartman, born 15 Mar 1824, christened 20 Jun 1824, father listed as George Hartman, mother listed as Elizabeth.
9) Records of the Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, show an Elizabeth Anna Hartman, born 25 Mar 1828, christened 5 Oct 1828, father listed as George Hartman.
10) George Hartman acquired 40 acres in Fountain Co., Indiana, on 16 September 1835, the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Section 22, Township 18 North, Range 8 West.
11) George Hartman appears in the 1830 Rockingham Co., Virginia census records. There were several Harshbarger listings in the 1830 Census records for Rockingham Co., Virginia, and it is likely some of the Harshbarger family moved to Indiana with the Hartmans. Sarah Hartman, a sister of William, married Elija Harshbarger on 1 October 1840 in Fountain Co., Indiana. See Indiana Marriages, 1810-2001.
12) In 1840 we find George Hartman, age 40-49 in Fountain Co., IN, with 2 males under 5, 1 male 10-14, 1 female 40-49, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 10-14, and 3 females 15-19.
13) See History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches, Gilbert L. Mock, page 403. "November 6, 1881, Mr. Mock married Rebecca (Hartman) Deyo, daughter of George Hartman, and widow of Nelson Deyo. She had been twice married before her marriage to Mr. Mock, her first husband being David Rennager. She was born in Virginia in 1820, and was about twelve years of age when her parents removed to Indiana. Her father died in 1843, and her mother April 15, 1886, the latter being eighty-eight years old at the time of her death. Of a family of three sons and nine daughters born to Mr. and Mrs. Hartman, two sons and seven daughters are living – Priscilla, Rebecca, Polly, Sally, William, Christina, Andrew J., Isabella and Zerilda. The deceased are Elizabeth, Ann, Nancy and John A."
13) George Hartman died in Fountain County, IN, in September 1843. Letters of Administration, Fountain County Court, Indiana, p.414, 18 Sept 1843, Deceased: George Hartman, Administrator: Isaac Harshbarger. Probate records list his heirs as Nancy Caroline, Elizabeth Anne (Ann), William, Andrew Jackson, John Alexander, Christina (Christiana), Isabel, and Zerelda Hartman, all minor children. Priscilla, Mary, Rebecca and Sarah are married. William Hartman and Elizabeth Anne Hartman were minor heirs "over the age of fourteen years", and chose Thomas Lyons as their guardian. The Court then appointed Mr. Lyons as guardian for all the minor heirs.
14) The guardian's report dated 14 July 1854 lists Andrew J. Hartman, Christina (Hartman) Saltzgaver, and Nancy Caroline (Hartman) Harshbarger. There is no mention of John Alexander. He is probably the John Alexander (Hartman) living with James and Elizabeth Ann Cassteel on the 1850 census. Isabel and Zerelda are also not mentioned in the report. No later report has been found.
15) William Hartman was born 5 September 1825 in Rockingham County, Virginia. William Hartman tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Indiana. "William Hartman died May 31, 1896, aged 70 years, 8 months, 26 days".
16) William Hartman was living in the Elija and Sarah (Hartman) Harshbarger household at the time of the 1850 Wabash Township, Fountain Co., IN census. William was listed as age 23 and born in Virginia. William was listed as a farmer and apparently owned the land that Elijah Harshbarger, also listed as a farmer, was farming. The value of the real estate of William Hartman was shown as $200 while there was no real estate value associated with Elijah Harshbarger.
17) William Hartman married Emily Deyo in Warren County, Indiana, on 12 October 1853. Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Last Name: HARTMAN, First Name: WILLIAM, Spouse - Last Name: DEYO, Spouse - First Name: EMILY, County: Warren, Date: 10-12-1853. A sister of William Hartman, Rebecca (formerly Reinicker/Rennager) married Nelson Deyo on 4 August 1852 in Vermilion County, Illinois. (Vermilion Co., IL, is adjacent Vermillion Co., IN, and many individuals would go over to Danville, Illinois, Vermilion Co., to get married.)
18) Emily Deyo Hartman died 24 December 1859, probably in Vermillion Co, Indiana. She was buried in Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren County, Indiana. Her parents, Ozias and Elizabeth (Henderson) Deyo also were buried at Upper Mound Cemetery in Warren Co., IN.
19) 1860 U. S. Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated July 7, 1860, by A. J. Adams, Roll M653_303, Page 77, Dwelling 171, Family 178, William Hartman, age 34, born in Virginia.
20) William Hartman married Elizabeth Nicholas on October 18, 1862, in Vermillion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Records 1850 - 1904 Inclusive, Volume I, Letters A - Z Inclusive, Vermillion County, Indiana, W. P. A. Original Record County Clerk's Office: Newport, Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: Spouse 1: Elizabeth Nicholas, Spouse 2: William Hartman, Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1862, County: Vermillion, Book: 4, Original Source Page: 5??, Date: 18 Oct 1862.
21) Elizabeth Nicholas was 20 years old and living in the household of her parents in 1860. The parents of Elizabeth Nicholas were William Nicholas and his wife Mahala Shute. 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana Vermillion County, Highland Township, Name: William Nichlas, age 52, born in Virginia, Mahala, age 45, born in Ohio, Elizabeth, age 20, born in Indiana, Susan, age 13, born in Indiana, Joseph, age 12, born in Indiana, Isaiah Huntingdon, age 15, born in Ohio, Roll: M653_303, Page: 72.
22) Elizabeth (Nicholas) Hartman died 23 November 1866 about four years after she married William Hartman. Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, at Perrysville, IN: "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken 1 July 2000 by Curtis L. Older.
23) Mary Luella Hartman, daughter of William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas Hartman, was born 21 July 1863 in Ford County, Illinois. See Illinois Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vermilion County, Danville, 1882, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, married 28 September 1882. Father's name: Wm. Hartman. Mother's name: Elizabeth Nicholas. Witnesses to the marriage were a Joseph Nicholas and Sarah A. Short.
24) Joseph Gouty and Mary Luella Hartman were the parents of Robert William Gouty, husband of Ethel Belle Fox. The Ethel Belle (Fox) Gouty Family Bible in the possession of Curtis Lynn Older states the following on a page headed "Family Register": Luella Hartman Gouty born 1863 – July 21 and Joseph Gouty born 1860 – Jan – 6. Copies of pages from the Ethel Belle Fox Family Bible are in a CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland.
25) Mary Luella Hartman was living with her mother's parents in 1870. The 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, lists Nicklas, Wm., age 61, Nicklas, Mahala, age 55. Nicklas, Joseph N. age 22, Hartman, Mary L., age 6, born in Illinois, Hartman, Ezra E. age 3, born in Indiana.
26) In 1870, Elizabeth Hartman, age 73, is listed in the Wabash Township, Fountain Co., Indiana, census. She is listed as head of household with real estate valued at $1800 and personal property worth $150. Her youngest daughter, "Serrelda" [sic] is living with her as are her son Andrew J. and his wife, Ellen. Both Andrew J. and Ellen are listed as born in Ohio. Andrew J. Hartman married Elizabeth E. Gott 11 November 1869 in Fountain Co., IN.
27) Zerelda Hartman, daughter of George and Elizabeth Royer Hartman, married Joshua Marksbury in Fountain Co., IN, on 7 November 1872.
28) See Fountain Co., Indiana, Deed Book 35, p. 383, dated 26 March 1874, Elizabeth Hartman to Zerrelda Marksbury, et. al. Attested by "Abram Royer" and "Susan Royer". This deed effectively took the place of a will. Joshua and Zerelda Marksbury agreed in the deed to care for Elizabeth for the remainder of her life in exchange for 75 acres of land.
29) Abraham Royer, who attested to the will from Elizabeth Hartman to Zerrelda Marksbury et. al., must have been the brother of Elizabeth Royer Hartman. His tombstone at Covington, Indiana, indicates he was born 14 September 1811 and died 28 June 1893. A death record for Adella C. Haupt indicates her father was Abraham Royer, her father's place of birth was Rockingham Co., VA; she was born 17 March 1853 in Covington, Indiana; her mother was born in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and her mother's name was Susanna Wertz. See Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 for Adella C. Haupt.
30) Campbell Cemetery records, Fountain Co., Indiana: "Hartman, Elizabeth, wife of George Hartman d. 24 April 1886 age 88y 10m". Since she was born 22 Oct 1797, her date of death or age is misstated. History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches, Gilbert L. Mock, page 463, Elizabeth (Royer) Hartman died 15 April 1886, age 88.

54 William Nicholas
born: 13 March 1809, Virginia, USA
died: 19 December 1890, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM NICHOLAS and his daughter ELIZABETH NICHOLAS
1) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: page 289, William Nicholas, born in Virginia in 1809, still living here. Settled in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., in 1829. The Peoples' Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion Co., IN, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874: William Nicholas, farmer, 3 miles north of Gessie, born in Virginia, 1809, settled in Vermillion Co. 1829, protestant.
2) William Nicholas and Mahala Shute, 11 June 1835, Vermillion County, Indiana, County Court Records at Newport, Indiana. They were married by judge William Blankenship.
3) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, dwelling 189, family 189, page 59, roll M432_177, William Nichols, 41 year old male, farmer, real estate value $2,000, born in Virginia, cannot read or write, Mahala Nichols, 35 year old female, born in Ohio, Crintha Nichols, 14 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Sarah A. Nichols, 12 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Elizabeth Nichols, 9 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Mary S. Nichols, 4 year old female, born in Indiana, Joseph H. Nichols, 2 year old male, born in Indiana.
4) 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, page 72, roll M653_303, dwelling 138, family 142, Elizabeth Nichlas, age 20, female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year.
Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hopewell (or Hicks) Cemetery, west of Covington, Indiana (or near Perrysville). "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken July 1, 2000, by Curtis L. Older.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated June 9, 1870, by A. J. Adams, Dwelling
#53, Family #53, William Nicholas household, Ezra E. Hartman, age 3, male, white, born in Indiana.
6) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Dwelling 142, Family 144, William Nicholas household, Luella Hartman, white, female, age 15, granddaughter, single, at home, born in Illinois, mother born in Indiana, Ezra E. Hartman, white, male, age 13, grandson, single, at home, born in Indiana, mother born in Indiana.
7) Tombstone of Mahala (Shute) Nicholas at the Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Vermillion County, Indiana.
William Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, near Perrysville (west of Covington) Indiana.
8) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Enumerated June 18, 1880 by Joshua Lewis, Dwelling 142, Family 144, Nicholas, Wm., white, male age 71, farmer, born in Virginia, Nicholas, Mahala, white, female, age 65, wife, keeping house born in Ohio, father born in England, mother born in Ohio, Nicholas, Joseph H., white, male, age 32, son, single, farmer, born in Indiana, father born in Virginia, mother born in Ohio, Eckels, Frank, white, male, age 34, servant, single, laborer, bornin New York, Hartman, Luella, white, female, age 15, granddaughter, single, at home, attended school, born in Illinois, father not given, mother born in Indiana Hartman, Ezra E., white, male, age 13, grandson, single, at home, attended school, born in Indiana, father not given, mother born in Indiana.
9) Illinois Marriage Records, Vermilion County, Danville, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, #3620, registered December 28, 1882, on page 21 of Marriage Register D. The parents of Mary L. Hartman are listed as William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas.

55 Mahala Shute
born: 07 May 1815, Ohio, USA
died: 12 January 1889, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: her father served in the War of 1812
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MAHALA SHUTE and her daughter ELIZABETH NICHOLAS
1) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: page 289, William Nicholas, born in Virginia in 1809, still living here. Settled in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., in 1829. The Peoples' Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion Co., IN, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874: William Nicholas, farmer, 3 miles north of Gessie, born in Virginia, 1809, settled in Vermillion Co. 1829, protestant.
2) William Nicholas and Mahala Shute, 11 June 1835, Vermillion County, Indiana, County Court Records at Newport, Indiana. They were married by judge William Blankenship.
3) 1850 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, dwelling 189, family 189, page 59, roll M432_177, William Nichols, 41 year old male, farmer, real estate value $2,000, born in Virginia, cannot read or write, Mahala Nichols, 35 year old female, born in Ohio, Crintha Nichols, 14 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Sarah A. Nichols, 12 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Elizabeth Nichols, 9 year old female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year, Mary S. Nichols, 4 year old female, born in Indiana, Joseph H. Nichols, 2 year old male, born in Indiana.
4) 1860 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, page 72, roll M653_303, dwelling 138, family 142, Elizabeth Nichlas, age 20, female, born in Indiana, attended school during the year.
Elizabeth Nicholas tombstone, Hopewell (or Hicks) Cemetery, west of Covington, Indiana (or near Perrysville). "Elizabeth Nicholas wife of William Hartman died Novm 23, 1866, age 26 years, 2 months, 12 days". Photograph of tombstone taken July 1, 2000, by Curtis L. Older.
5) 1870 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Post Office - Perrysville, enumerated June 9, 1870, by A. J. Adams, Dwelling
#53, Family #53, William Nicholas household, Ezra E. Hartman, age 3, male, white, born in Indiana.
6) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Dwelling 142, Family 144, William Nicholas household, Luella Hartman, white, female, age 15, granddaughter, single, at home, born in Illinois, mother born in Indiana, Ezra E. Hartman, white, male, age 13, grandson, single, at home, born in Indiana, mother born in Indiana.
7) Tombstone of Mahala (Shute) Nicholas at the Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, Vermillion County, Indiana.
William Nicholas tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, near Perrysville (west of Covington) Indiana.
8) 1880 U. S. Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, Roll T9_318, Family History Film 1254318, Page 8C, Enumeration District 185, Image 0017, Enumerated June 18, 1880 by Joshua Lewis, Dwelling 142, Family 144, Nicholas, Wm., white, male age 71, farmer, born in Virginia, Nicholas, Mahala, white, female, age 65, wife, keeping house born in Ohio, father born in England, mother born in Ohio, Nicholas, Joseph H., white, male, age 32, son, single, farmer, born in Indiana, father born in Virginia, mother born in Ohio, Eckels, Frank, white, male, age 34, servant, single, laborer, born in New York, Hartman, Luella, white, female, age 15, granddaughter, single, at home, attended school, born in Illinois, father not given, mother born in Indiana Hartman, Ezra E., white, male, age 13, grandson, single, at home, attended school, born in Indiana, father not given, mother born in Indiana.
9) Illinois Marriage Records, Vermilion County, Danville, Joseph Gouty and Mary L. Hartman, #3620, registered December 28, 1882, on page 21 of Marriage Register D. The parents of Mary L. Hartman are listed as William Hartman and Elizabeth Nicholas.

56 George Fox
born: 10 March 1781, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
died: 14 June 1847, Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
noteworthy: owned the Fox Inn along the Old Sharpsburg Road near Middletown, Maryland, at one time; descendant of John Fox for whom Fox's Gap in Maryland was named; Fox's Gap was the scene of the beginning and most significant fighting in the Battle of South Mountain, September 14, 1862; General Braddock and George Washington passed through Fox's Gap on their way to attack Ft. DuQuesne during the Braddock Expedition of 1755.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
GEORGE FOX and his son JOHN L. FOX
1) Estate Papers of George Fox, Warren County Genealogical Society, 300 East Silver Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036, includes a receipt in the amount of $50 signed by Susannah Fox for John L. Fox. The estate allocated an equal proportion of money to John L. Fox as to the other children of George Fox.
2) Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index, by Carol Willsey Bell, published by Carol Willsey Bell, C.G., 4801 Mockingbird Court, South, Columbus, Ohio 43229.
Fox, George - E -1847 WR wbB p80; bx31 (WR = Warren)
3) Obituary of John L. Fox, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Names his parents as George Fox and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. Names a son as Daniel and names a grandfather as Frederick Fox of Maryland. He was buried in Highland township (Indiana).
4) Marriage record for George Fox and Elizabeth Ann Link, Jefferson County, West Virginia, Marriage Records, 1807, page 286.
5) Tombstone of George Fox and tombstone of Elizabeth (Link), wife of George Fox, at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. The tombstone of George Fox indicates “Born March 10, 1781 In the State of Md. Died June 14, 1847”.
6) Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records, Vol. 2, (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), 25. "Samuel, son of Jacob and Magdelena Benner was born April 14, 1801. Baptized June 21, 1801. Sponsored by George Fox, a single person." (Mary) Magdelena Benner was the daughter of Frederick Fox and a sister of George Fox.
7) Ohio Early Census Index, 1809 Tax List, Warren County, Franklin Township, page 013, George Fox. George Fox moved to Ohio in 1807.
8) Biographical and historical record of Vermillion County, Indiana, page 491. The article 8ndicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888. The article indicates John L. Fox was a son of George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox and that John L. Fox married Miss Susan Ann Hilligass.
9) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, 82. See Biography of George Fox which lists John L. Fox as a son.
10) 1810 Ohio Federal Census, Franklin township, Warren County, page28.
11) 1830 Ohio Federal Census, Clear Creek township, Warren County, rollM19_142, page 173, image 340, George Fox household.
12) 1840 Ohio Federal Census, Clear Creek township, Warren County, roll M704_431, page 178, image 356. George Fox household.
13) 1850 United States Census for Ohio, Montgomery County, Miami Township, enumerated August 4, 1850, by J. Jokidry, dwelling 473, family 473, John Fox age 32, Susannah Fox age 30 and two children.
14) 1860 Indiana Federal Census, Highland Township, Vermillion County, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 30, 1860, lists John L. Fox age 41 born in Ohio and Susannah Fox age 40 born in Ohio.
15) Newspaper notice concerning the estate of George Fox published in the Sober Second Thought, a newspaper of general circulation in Warren County, Ohio, by Adam Fox, one of the administrators for George Fox deceased. The notice was published for three consecutive weeks beginning on August 27, 1847.
16) The Peoples’ Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion County, Indiana, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874, page 310. Lists John L. Fox as born in Ohio in 1818 and settled in Vermillion County, Indiana, in 1858.
17) Curtis L. Older, The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1995), 77-79.
18) Curtis L. Older, The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain (Westminster, Md.: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 42.

57 Elizabeth Ann Link
born: 28 January 1784, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
died: 09 March 1872, Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
noteworthy: her father served in the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ELIZABETH ANN LINK and her son JOHN L. FOX
1) Estate Papers of George Fox, Warren County Genealogical Society, 300 East Silver Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036, includes a receipt in the amount of $50 signed by Susannah Fox for John L. Fox. The estate allocated an equal proportion of money to John L. Fox as to the other children of George Fox.
2) Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index, by Carol Willsey Bell, published by Carol Willsey Bell, C.G., 4801 Mockingbird Court, South, Columbus, Ohio 43229.
Fox, George - E -1847 WR wbB p80; bx31 (WR = Warren)
3) Obituary of John L. Fox, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Names his parents as George Fox and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. Names a son as Daniel and names a grandfather as Frederick Fox of Maryland. He was buried in Highland township (Indiana).
4) Marriage record for George Fox and Elizabeth Ann Link, Jefferson County, West Virginia, Marriage Records, 1807, page 286.
5) Tombstone of George Fox and tombstone of Elizabeth (Link), wife of George Fox, at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. The tombstone of George Fox indicates “Born March 10, 1781 In the State of Md. Died June 14, 1847”.
6) Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records, Vol. 2, (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), 25. "Samuel, son of Jacob and Magdelena Benner was born April 14, 1801. Baptized June 21, 1801. Sponsored by George Fox, a single person." (Mary) Magdelena Benner was the daughter of Frederick Fox and a sister of George Fox.
7) Ohio Early Census Index, 1809 Tax List, Warren County, Franklin Township, page 013, George Fox. George Fox moved to Ohio in 1807.
8) Biographical and historical record of Vermillion County, Indiana, page 491. The article 8ndicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888. The article indicates John L. Fox was a son of George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox and that John L. Fox married Miss Susan Ann Hilligass.
9) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, 82. See Biography of George Fox which lists John L. Fox as a son.
10) 1810 Ohio Federal Census, Franklin township, Warren County, page28.
11) 1830 Ohio Federal Census, Clear Creek township, Warren County, rollM19_142, page 173, image 340, George Fox household.
12) 1840 Ohio Federal Census, Clear Creek township, Warren County, roll M704_431, page 178, image 356. George Fox household.
13) 1850 United States Census for Ohio, Montgomery County, Miami Township, enumerated August 4, 1850, by J. Jokidry, dwelling 473, family 473, John Fox age 32, Susannah Fox age 30 and two children.
14) 1860 Indiana Federal Census, Highland Township, Vermillion County, enumerated by A. J. Adams on June 30, 1860, lists John L. Fox age 41 born in Ohio and Susannah Fox age 40 born in Ohio.
15) Newspaper notice concerning the estate of George Fox published in the Sober Second Thought, a newspaper of general circulation in Warren County, Ohio, by Adam Fox, one of the administrators for George Fox deceased. The notice was published for three consecutive weeks beginning on August 27, 1847.
16) The Peoples’ Guide, a business political and religious directory of Vermillion County, Indiana, by Cline and McHaffie, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Printing and Publishing House 1874, page 310. Lists John L. Fox as born in Ohio in 1818 and settled in Vermillion County, Indiana, in 1858.
17) Curtis L. Older, The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1995), 77-79.
18) Curtis L. Older, The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain
(Westminster, Md.: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 42.

58 Michael Hillegass Junior
born: 13 November 1775, Lehigh, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 11 March 1859, Miamisburg, Montgomery, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between MICHAEL HILLEGASS and his daughter SUSANNAH HILLEGASS
1) Jeremiah Yeakel lived in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, at the time of his death. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818. Jeremiah Yeakel letters of administration proceedings, will docket, volume 1, page 189, 23 February 1818, file 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Michael Hillegas received a distribution of $253.33 from the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel. The husbands of the other daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel also received payments from the estate.
2) Anna Yeakel was born 20 October 1780 and died 17 July 1840. She married Michael Hillegass Junior. (Samuel Kriebel Brecht, editor, The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families: Seekers of Religious Liberty Who Fled from Silesia to Saxony and thence to Pennsylvania in the Years 1731 to 1737. (Pennsburg, Pa.: Rand McNally & Company, 1923), page 471, [38-35] Anna Yeakel.)
3) Anna Yeakel Hillegas and her husband, Michael Hilligass Junior, are buried in the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio. Her tombstone reads, "Anna wife if Michael Hilligass died July 17, 1840 aged 56 Ys. 8m. 17 D." The tombstone date of birth does not agree with the birth date given in The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families for Anna.
4) Michael Hillegas Junior was baptized 15 November 1775 by J. T. Faber of the Great Swamp Reformed Church in present-day Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. (Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 177.) This date of birth agrees with the date of birth as indicated on the tombstone of Michael Hilligas at the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio.
5) Anna Yeakel married Michael Hillegas. (History of Allen County, Indiana with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, (Kingman Brothers, Chicago, 1880), page 169, Hillegass Family.)
6) The tombstone of Susannah Fox specifically states: "Susannah Hilligass wife of John L. Fox". She was buried at Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington, Indiana. Date of death is given as 11 August 1894. The tombstone indicates she was 74 years, 8 months, 11 days old. Tombstone photograph taken by Curtis L. Older.
7) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas, daughter of Michael and Anna (Weikel) Hilligas. (The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by Daniel Gebhart Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, page 94, Sketch of John L Fox.)
8) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas. (John L. Fox obituary, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3.)
9) The marriage record for John L Fox and Susannah Hillegass includes a notation, "her father Michael Hillegass." Ohio County Marriages, 1774-1993. Date appears to be 1st November 1845. The Fox Genealogy states the date of marriage was 11 November 1845.

59 Anna Yeakel
born: 20 October 1780, Somerset, Somerset, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 17 July 1840, Miamisburg, Montgomery, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ANNA YEAKEL(WEIKEL) and her daughter SUSANNAH HILLEGASS
1) Jeremiah Yeakel lived in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, at the time of his death. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818. Jeremiah Yeakel letters of administration proceedings, will docket, volume 1, page 189, 23 February 1818, file 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Michael Hillegas received a distribution of $253.33 from the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel. The husbands of the other daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel also received payments from the estate.
2) Anna Yeakel was born 20 October 1780 and died 17 July 1840. She married Michael Hillegass Junior. (Samuel Kriebel Brecht, editor, The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families: Seekers of Religious Liberty Who Fled from Silesia to Saxony and thence to Pennsylvania in the Years 1731 to 1737. (Pennsburg, Pa.: Rand McNally & Company, 1923), page 471, [38-35] Anna Yeakel.)
3) Anna Yeakel Hillegas and her husband, Michael Hilligass Junior, are buried in the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio. Her tombstone reads, "Anna wife if Michael Hilligass died July 17, 1840 aged 56 Ys. 8m. 17 D." The tombstone date of birth does not agree with the birth date given in The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families for Anna.
4) Michael Hillegas Junior was baptized 15 November 1775 by J. T. Faber of the Great Swamp Reformed Church in present-day Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. (Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 177.) This date of birth agrees with the date of birth as indicated on the tombstone of Michael Hilligas at the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio.
5) Anna Yeakel married Michael Hillegas. (History of Allen County, Indiana with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, (Kingman Brothers, Chicago, 1880), page 169, Hillegass Family.)
6) The tombstone of Susannah Fox specifically states: "Susannah Hilligass wife of John L. Fox". She was buried at Hopewell Cemetery west of Covington, Indiana. Date of death is given as 11 August 1894. The tombstone indicates she was 74 years, 8 months, 11 days old. Tombstone photograph taken by Curtis L. Older.
7) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas, daughter of Michael and Anna (Weikel) Hilligas. (The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by Daniel Gebhart Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, page 94, Sketch of John L Fox.)
8) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas. (John L. Fox obituary, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3.)
9) The marriage record for John L Fox and Susannah Hillegass includes a notation, "her father Michael Hillegass." Ohio County Marriages, 1774-1993. Date appears to be 1st November 1845. The Fox Genealogy states the date of marriage was 11 November 1845.

60 John Ricketts
born: 01 February 1787, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 23 February 1843, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: his father served in the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN RICKETTS and his son JACOB RICKETTS
1) See Sons of the American Revolution supplemental application for Curtis Lynn Older under Robert Ricketts Senior.
2) The back side of death certificate for Jacob Ricketts lists his father as John Ricketts and his mother as Mary Goodner.

61 Mary Goodner
born: 20 March 1802, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
died: 08 September 1868, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY GOODNER and her son JACOB RICKETTS
1) See Sons of the American Revolution supplemental application for Curtis Lynn Older under Robert Ricketts Senior.
2) The back side of death certificate for Jacob Ricketts lists his father as John Ricketts and his mother as Mary Goodner.

64 Samuel Older
born: Unknown, Probably in England
died: Unknown, Probably in England

65 Elizabeth Bishop
born: Unknown, Probably in England
died: Unknown, Probably in England

80 Joseph Worth Jr
born: 29th 9 mo. 1729, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: Probably 1816, Randolph County, North Carolina, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOSEPH WORTH JR and his son CHARLES WORTH
1) Randolph Co., N.C., (Original) Wills, 1775-1899, North Carolina State Archives (Joseph Worth). The will names a son as Charles and a daughter as Matilda Folger among other children and his wife Judith.
2) Folger Manuscript, Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Collection 118, Book 7, page 142, which lists a Charles Worth as the son of Joseph and Judith, the marriage of Charles Worth and Elizabeth Frye/Frey, and the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth. The record also identifies the parents of Elizabeth Frye/Frey as Michael and Nancy Frye/Frey. The document was recorded prior to 1850. The first child of Charles and Elizabeth Worth is listed as Lydia and the record indicates she was born in 1799, the same year Charles was removed from the Quaker Church for marrying out of unity. The Nantucket Quakers who moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, in the late 1700s sent reports of family births, marriages, deaths, etc. back to Nantucket where they were recorded. The record also identifies the family as "Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants." New Garden, North Carolina, was at the present site of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, birth records, Volume 2, page 622, Charles Worth, child of Joseph and Judith (Starbuck) Worth, 17th 6 mo. 1761, husband of Elizabeth (daughter of Michael Frye and Nancy) [“Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants.” written against the list of Charles’ children.]
4) See White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730 for an extensive listing of original source documents to substantiate Joseph Worth Jr. as the father of Charles Worth.
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 4, page 526, marriage record for Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 503, birth record for Judith Starbuck, October 10, 1734, daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, wife of Joseph Worth (son of Joseph and Lydia Worth).
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 633, birth record for Matilda Worth, child of Joseph and Judith (Starbuck) Worth, 14th, 10 mo. 1758, wife of Latham Folger (son of Reuben and Dinah).
8) General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantees, Book 2, Page 226, North Carolina to Joseph Worth, 150 acres, 1785; Randolph County Grantees, Book 3, Page 267, North Carolina to Joseph Worth, 275 acres, 1787; General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantors, Book 7, Page 343, Joseph Worth to James Brown, 34 acres; Randolph County Grantors, Book 13, Page 267, Joseph Worth to Lewis Reynolds, 60 acres.
9) General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantees, Book 14, Page 398, John Reese to Charles Worth, 121 acres, 1822; Randolph County Grantees, Book 16, Page 56, John Reese to Charles Worth, 440 acres, 1822.
10) An account of this family was published in National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) 76:275-77.

81 Judith Starbuck
born: 10 October 1734, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 25 October 1830, New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JUDITH STARBUCK and her son CHARLES WORTH
1) Randolph Co., N.C., (Original) Wills, 1775-1899, North Carolina State Archives (Joseph Worth). The will names his wife Judith, a son as Charles, and a daughter as Matilda Folger among other children.
2) Folger Manuscript, Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Collection 118, Book 7, page 142, which lists a Charles Worth as the son of Joseph and Judith, the marriage of Charles Worth and Elizabeth Frye/Frey, and the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth. The record also identifies the parents of Elizabeth Frye/Frey as Michael and Nancy Frye/Frey. The document was recorded prior to 1850. The first child of Charles and Elizabeth Worth is listed as Lydia and the record indicates she was born in 1799, the same year Charles was removed from the Quaker Church for marrying out of unity. The Nantucket Quakers who moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, in the late 1700s sent reports of family births, marriages, deaths, etc. back to Nantucket where they were recorded. The record also identifies the family as "Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants." New Garden, North Carolina, was at the present site of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, birth records, Volume 2, page 622, Charles Worth, child of Joseph and Judith (Starbuck) Worth, 17th 6 mo. 1761, husband of Elizabeth (daughter of Michael Frye and Nancy) [“Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants.” written against the list of Charles’ children.]
4) See White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730 for an extensive listing of original source documents to substantiate Joseph Worth Jr. as the father of Charles Worth.
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 4, page 526, marriage record for Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 503, birth record for Judith Starbuck, October 10, 1734, daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, wife of Joseph Worth (son of Joseph and Lydia Worth).
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 633, birth record for Matilda Worth, child of Joseph and Judith (Starbuck) Worth, 14th, 10 mo. 1758, wife of Latham Folger (son of Reuben and Dinah).
8) Obituary for Judith Worth, Raleigh Register, Raleigh, North Carolina, 11 Nov. 1830, Marriage and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette, 1826-1845, by Carrie L. Broughton, State Librarian (1946), page
322 (Part II, Deaths); Nantucket VR 5:615, but gives date newspaper was published instead of actual date of death; The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 100:286.
9) General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantees, Book 2, Page 226, North Carolina to Joseph Worth, 150 acres, 1785; Randolph County Grantees, Book 3, Page 267, North Carolina to Joseph Worth, 275 acres, 1787; General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantors, Book 7, Page 343, Joseph Worth to James Brown, 34 acres; Randolph County Grantors, Book 13, Page 267, Joseph Worth to Lewis Reynolds, 60 acres.
10) General Index to Real Estate Conveyances, Etc., Randolph County - Grantees, Book 14, Page 398, John Reese to Charles Worth, 121 acres, 1822; Randolph County Grantees, Book 16, Page 56, John Reese to Charles Worth, 440 acres, 1822.
An account of this family was published in National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) 76:275-77. "Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Their Wandering Children", p. 275.

81 Johan Michael Frye
born: 8 January 1744/5, Muddy Creek, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA
died: abpit 26 March 1815, Germantown, Stokes County, North Carolina, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
CHARLES WORTH and his son JOHN WORTH
1) Folger Manuscript, Nantucket Historical Association, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Collection 118, Book 7, page 142, which lists a Charles Worth as the son of Joseph and Judith, the marriage of Charles Worth and Elizabeth Frye/Frey, and the names of the nine children of Charles and Elizabeth. The record also identifies the parents of Elizabeth Frye/Frey as Michael and Nancy Frye/Frey. The document was recorded prior to 1850. The first child of Charles and Elizabeth Worth is listed as Lydia and the record indicates she was born in 1799, the same year Charles was removed from the Quaker Church for marrying out of unity. The Nantucket Quakers who moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, in the late 1700s sent reports of family births, marriages, deaths, etc. back to Nantucket where they were recorded. The record also identifies the family as "Descendants of the New Garden Emigrants." New Garden, North Carolina, was at the present site of Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
2) "List of Dead in the Vicinity of Germantown, Stokes Co., NC, in 1815", Will proved Jun ___. 26 Mar 1815, Mich. FRY Snr., 27 Mrs. Fry, Filed in Stokes County records (Miscellaneous- #C.R. 090.928.10), NC State Archives.


88 Thomas Harmison - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

89 Nancy (wife of Thomas Harmison)
born:
died:

90 Robert Farnsworth - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

91 Mary Kirkbride - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

96 Pritchett Gouty
born: 04 July 1769, Caroline County, Maryland, USA
died: 12 May 1837, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: his father was a Patriot of the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PRITCHETT GOUTY and his son THOMAS GOUTY
PROOF SUMMARY that Thomas Gouty (Gen 6) is the son of Pritchett Gouty (Gen 7) of Caroline Co., MD. Sons of Am. Rev. Supplemental Application for John Kerr.
1. Pritchett (Pritchard) Gouty moves from Caroline Co., MD, to Pickaway Co., OH, to Vermillion Co., IN.
Born July 4, 1765, in Caroline Co., MD. (tombstone, Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, p. 111) (Caroline Co. Wills and Probate, John Gowty, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made Oct. 28, 1815, Recorded Aug. 21, 1818, Liber JR-C Folio 332)
Married Jan. 31, 1817, in Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r Pritchard Gouty and Mary
Donovan)
Died May 12, 1837, in Vermillion Co., IN. (tombstone, Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, p. 111)

Pritchett Gouty was the father of:
a. Elizabeth Gouty, born Dec. 15, 1796, in MD. (1850 census, Parke Co, IN, Samuel Cheezum hh)
Married Samuel Chezem Jan. 14, 1818, in Circleville, Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r Samuel Cheeseman and Elizabeth Gowty)
Named a daughter Delila (1850 census, Parke Co, IN, Samuel Cheezum hh)
Died May 29, 1859, in Parke Co., IN. (tombstone)
Samuel Chezem bought land in Vermillion Co., IN, in 1826 near Henry and Thomas Gouty. (Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office
Records, Vermillion Co, IN, Range 9 W, Township 19 N, Section 20) (Near
Section 17 of Henry and Thomas)

b. Delilah Gouty - born about 1805 in MD. (based on marriage date of 1823)
Married William Cossey on May 1, 1823, in Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r William Cossey and Delilah Gouty)
William Cossey acquired land in Parke Co, IN, in 1826. (Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Parke Co, IN, Range 8 W, Township 16 N, Section 21) (adjacent Section 17 land of Henry Gouty)
Died before July 26, 1840. (m/r William Cossey and Sarah Drake, Vermillion Co., IN)

c. John Gouty - born March 1, 1800. (www.papemortuary.com)
Married Elizabeth Earhart on Oct. 16, 1822, in Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r John Gowty and Elizabeth Earhart)
Wife Elizabeth Earhart Gouty dies Jan. 20, 1845, age 43 years, in Vermillion Cty, IN. (Elizabeth, wife of J. - tombstone, Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, p. 111)
Remarries in Vermillion Co., IN, Mar. 8, 1849, to former Mrs. Margaret Moore, Vermillion Cty, IN. (m/r John Gouty and (Mrs) Margaret Moore)
Daughter Elizabeth J. buried in Old Baptist Cemetery along with wife Elizabeth (Elizabeth J, d/o J. & E. tombstone, Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, p. 111)
Died in Vermillion Co., IL, Jan. 24, 1879. (www.papemortuary.com)
Elizabeth, wife of John, and daughter Elizabeth J. are buried in the Old Baptist Cemetery in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, as is Pritchard Gouty, within a half mile of land owned by Thomas Gouty.
Bought land in Vermillion Co., IN, in 1826 and 1828. (Bureau of Land
Management, General Land Office Records, Vermillion Co., IN, Range 9 W, Township 19 N, Sections 21 and 30) (Near Section 17 of Henry and Thomas Gouty)

d. Henry Gouty - born in 1802 in MD. (1850 census, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, Henry Gouty hh)
Married Rebecca Whitsell on Oct. 22, 1823, in Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r Henry Gowty and Rebecca Whitsell)
Named a son Thomas, a son Zachariah, and a daughter Elizabeth. (1850 census, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, Henry Gouty hh)
Died Oct. 14, 1858, in Vermillion Co., IN. (tombstone, Hopewell Cemetery,
Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN)
Daughter Minerva buried in Old Baptist Cemetery (Minerva, d/o H. & R.
tombstone, Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, p. 111) (within a half mile of land owned by Henry Gouty and Thomas Gouty)
Acquired land in Parke Co., IN, on May 25, 1825. (Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Parke Co., IN, Range 8 W,
Township 16 N, Section 17) (adjacent Section 21 land of William Cossey)
Acquired land in Vermillion Co., IN, on Sept. 12, 1826. (Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Vermillion Co., IN, Range 9 W, Township 19 N, Section 19)

e. Thomas Gouty - born about 1806 or 1807 in MD. (1850 census, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, Thomas Gouty hh) (1860 census, Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, Thomas Gowty hh)
Married in Vermillion Co., IN, Oct. 14, 1830. (m/r Thomas Gouty and Nancy Carr)
Died June 10, 1863 in Vermillion Co., IN. (tombstone, Hicks Cemetery, Perrysville, IN)
First acquired land in Vermillion Co., IN, on Jan. 5, 1831, adjacent to and on the same date as Henry Gouty. (Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Vermillion Co., IN, Range 9 W, Township 19 N, Section 17)

f. Zachariah Gouty, born in Pickaway Co., OH. Tombstone says "Born in Ohio, Aug. 13, 1812, died Sept. 21 1891." (Johns Chapel Cemetery, Ash Grove, Greene Co., MO)
Named after his father Pritchett's brother who died in 1812 in Maryland. (Laws of Maryland, Nov. Session, 1812, page 192) (Caroline Co. Wills and Probate, John Gowty, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made Oct.
28, 1815, Recorded Aug. 21, 1818, Liber JR-C Folio 332)
Married Minorney (Minerva) Craig Nov. 2, 1837, in Vermillion Co., IN. (m/r Zachariah Gouty and Minorney Craig)

g. Polly Gouty, married Benjamin Busack Feb. 26, 1811, in Pickaway Co., OH. (m/r Benjamin Busack and Polly Gouty)
born 1793 (assuming she married at age 18 in 1811)

2. Other Gouty family members move from Caroline Co., Maryland, to Pickaway Co., OH, and on to Vermillion Co., IN.
A. See above Pickaway Co., OH, marriage records for the Gouty family.
B. 1840 Vermillion Co., IN, census shows that John, Henry, Thomas, and
Zachariah lived near each other. (1840 census, Vermillion Co., IN, John Goutty hh, Henry Goutty hh, Thomas Goutty hh, Zachariah Goutty hh)
C. Land records show John, Henry, and Thomas owned land near each other
in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN. See above land records for
Range 9 W, Township 19 N, Vermillion Co., IN.

3. Cemetery data shows that Gouty family members were buried about 1/2 mile from Thomas Gouty farm land.
Old Baptist Cemetery tombstones indicate three other Gouty family members are buried there besides Pritchard Gouty. (Source - Illiana Genealogist, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 1990, page 111; Geneal. PAM. 977.201 Vuncat. No. 9). This cemetery is within a half mile of land owned by Thomas Gouty and Henry Gouty in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., Indiana.
a. Minerva Gouty, d/o H. & R, Jan. 31, 1841, 3y 11m 6d
She was the daughter of Henry and Rebecca (Whitsell) Gouty
b. Elizabeth J. Gouty, d/o J. & E., April 20 1856, 12y 9m 5d
She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Earhart) Gouty
c. Elizabeth, w/o J., Jan 29, 1845, 43y 1m 10d
She was the wife of John Gouty whom he married in Pickaway Co., OH.

4. John, Henry, Thomas, Zachariah, Delilah, Elizabeth, and Polly Gouty were the proper ages to be sons and daughters of Pritchett Gouty.

The best available information indicates Pritchett had one son born in 1800, one son born in 1802, one son born in 1806 or 1807, one son born in 1812, one daughter born in 1793, one daughter born in 1796, and one daughter born in 1805.

a. 1810 Caroline Counry, MD, census, Pritchett Gouty hh:
2 males under 10 Henry and Thomas born 1802 to 1807
1 male 10 thru 15 John born in 1800
1 male 26 thru 44 Pritchett born 1765
1 female under 10 Delilah born 1805
1 female 10 thru 15 Elizabeth born 1796
1 female 16 thru 25 Polly born 1793
1 female 26 thru 44 Mary, wife of Prichett

b. 1820 Pickaway Co., OH, census, Pritchett Gouty hh
1 male under 10 Zachariah born 1812
1 male 10 thru 15 Thomas born 1806 or 1807
2 males 16 thru 25 John born 1800 and Henry born 1802
1 male 45 and over Pritchett born 1765
2 females under 10 unknown
1 female 26 thru 44 Mary Donavan Gouty, wife of Pritchett

5. Thomas Gouty lived in the John Gouty household in the 1830 census, probably because Thomas did not own land in Vermillion Co., IN, until Jan. 5, 1831.
1830 Indiana census, Vermillion Co., Highland Township, John Gouty hh, 2 males age 20 to 30. These two males should be John Gouty and Thomas Gouty.

6. The 1840 Vermillion Co., IN, census indicates Thomas, Henry, John and Zachariah lived near each other.
The 1840 Highland Township Vermillion Co., IN, census lists four Gouty brothers on the same page:
Thomas Goutty age 30 to under 40 (he was born 1806 or 1807)
Henry Goutty age 30 to under 40 (he was born about 1802)
Zacariah Goutty age 20 to under 30 (he was born in 1812)
John Goutty age 40 to under 50 (he was born in 1800)

The 1850 census, Highland Township Vermillion Co., IN, indicates:
Zachariah Gouty, age 35, born in Ohio, wife Minerva.
Thomas Gouty, age 44, born in MD.
Henry Gouty, age 48, born in MD, wife Rebecca born in OH, son Thomas age 17,
son Zachariah age 13, daughter Elizabeth age 10. Living with the family is
a female age 6 named Eliza Jane Cossey.

The 1850 Vermilion Co., Illinois, census lists:
John Gouty, age 50, born in MD, wife Margaret.

CONCLUSION
Thomas, John, Henry, and Elizabeth Gouty were all born in Maryland according to census records. Pritchett, John, Henry, Elizabeth, Delilah, and Polly Gouty all married in Pickaway Co., OH, according to marriage records. John, Henry, Thomas, and Zachariah Gouty lived near each other in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, according to 1840 census records. Children of John and Henry Gouty were buried at the Old Baptist Cemetery in Highland Township, Vermillion Co., IN, which is the burial location for Pritchett Gouty. The Old Baptist Cemetery is located about a half mile from land owned by Thomas Gouty. Census records for John, Henry, Thomas, Zachariah, Elizabeth, Delilah, and Polly support the conclusion they were the correct age to be children of Pritchett Gouty. Land records indicate John, Henry, and Thomas Gouty owned land very near each other in Vermillion Co., IN. Given their physical proximity and the time at which these Gouty family members were in Maryland, Ohio, and Indiana, it is very highly probable Pritchett Gouty was the father of Thomas Gouty.

97 Mary Griffith
born: About 1765, Caroline County, Maryland, USA
died: 30 January 1817, Pickaway County, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ALEXANDER GRIFFITH and his daughter MARY GRIFFITH
1) Maryland Archives, Liber J. R. No. C, page 188, will of Alexander Griffith. Refers to daughter Mary, wife of Pritchett Gowty.

98 Samuel Kerr
born: 06 August 1778, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 29 September 1823, Harrisburg, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
noteworthy: his father was in the Pennsylvania Militia and was a prisoner of war during the American Revolution; Joseph Kerr, a brother of Samuel Kerr, was a General in Ohio in the War of 1812 and served briefly as the fifth United States Senator from the state of Ohio; Joseph Kerr also had two sons who served in the Army of the Republic of Texas, one of whom, Joseph Kerr Junior, died at the Alamo on 06 March 1836
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SAMUEL KERR and his daughter NANCY KERR
1) Will of Samuel Kerr, 08 October 1823, Franklin County, Ohio. Rings, Blanche Tipton, Francis Herbert Obetz, Margaret Scott, and Ohio Genealogical Society. Franklin County Chapter. Abstracted Wills, 1805-1831, from Franklin County, Ohio, Court Records, with Genealogical Notes. Columbus, Ohio (P.O. Box 09696, Columbus 43209): Franklin County Genealogical Society, 1982. “No. 0422 KERR, Samuel – Dec’d.”
2) Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Orson Kerr, pp. 387-388, The Lewis Publishing Company, 113 Adams Street, Chicago, 1888.
3) Robinson, Doane. History of South Dakota. 2 vols. Logansport, IN: B. F. Bowen, 1904, Robert Floyd Kerr, pages 1620-1622. Also see under Robert Floyd Kerr biography in "Memorial and biographical record; an illustrated compendium of biography, containing a compendium of local biography, including biographical sketches of prominent old settlers and representative citizens of South Dakota..." Published by G. A. Ogle & Co., Chicago, 1898. Page 254.
4) Kahn, Edythe T. John and Christiana Nisewanger Kerr, Jr., Their Ancestry and Descendants, 1745-1991. LaSalle, MI (12710 N. Lakeshore Dr., LaSalle 48145): E.T. Kahn, 1991. Also see, American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI), John Kerr, birth date 1740.
5) Book 20, pages 260 through 263 for court case: Rebecca Gouty versus Elias Gouty et al. Vermillion County Court In Partition, Newport, Indiana. Thomas Gouty was married 3 times and had children by all three. His first wife was Nancy Carr, his second wife was Elizabeth Stutler and his 3rd wife was Catherine Hoobler. Indicates Elias was the son of Thomas Gouty and his first wife Nancy Kerr.
6) Gessie, Indiana, The First One Hundred Years 1872 - 1972, "Thomas Gouty was married 3 times and had children by all three. His first wife was Nancy Carr, his second wife was Elizabeth Stutler and his 3rd wife was Catherine Hoobler. Thomas was the great grandfather of Dale Gouty. Elias Gouty (son of Thomas) was Dale's grandfather. Lewis was Dale's father. Dale lives in the homeplace." The family name is correctly spelled Kerr but is often found to be written as Carr, perhaps because the family pronounced the name using an “a” instead of an “e”.
7) Indiana State Library, Genealogy Database, Marriages through 1850, spouse number 1 - Carr, Nancy, spouse number 2 - Gouty, Thomas, county - Vermillion, date - October 14, 1830. The family name is correctly spelled Kerr but is often found to be written as Carr, perhaps because the family pronounced the name using an “a” instead of an “e”.
8) The children of Thomas Gouty and Nancy included Clarissa Gouty, born July 5, 1832 in Highland, Vermillion, Indiana, and died April 7, 1875, in Deerfield, Vernon, Missouri. She married John Sampson Chezem (1830-1879) and had a child named Sarah Ellen Chezem, 1854-1931). Undoubtedly Clarissa Gouty was named after the only sister of her mother. Clarissa Kerr was born September 27, 1813, and that she died February 11, 1880. She married Isaac Demorest, his second wife, on October 24, 1833, probably in Franklin County, Ohio.(per John H. Bell, born April 28, 1925, of Lafayette, LA 70501 as indicated in Will of Samuel Kerr, 08 October 1823, Franklin County, Ohio. Rings, Blanche Tipton, Francis Herbert Obetz, Margaret Scott, and Ohio Genealogical Society. Franklin County Chapter. Abstracted Wills, 1805-1831, from Franklin County, Ohio, Court Records, with Genealogical Notes. Columbus, Ohio (P.O. Box 09696, Columbus 43209): Franklin County Genealogical Society, 1982. “No. 0422 KERR, Samuel – Dec’d.”)
9) Orson Kerr, brother of Nancy Kerr, owned land adjacent to Thomas Gouty, Nancy’s husband, in Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana. Both farms appear on the map entitled, "First Land Owners of Highland Township" at the Indiana State Library.
10) Thomas Gouty, the earliest he owned in Vermillion County was 5 Jan 1831, Section 17, Township 19 North, Range 9 West, Meridian 2nd Prime, State Indiana, Counties Vermillion, Accession Number: IN1060_.079, Document 9351.
11) Orson Kerr, 10 Apr 1829, 80 acres, Section 17, Township 19 North, Range 9 West, Meridian 2nd PM, State of Indiana, County of Vermillion, Document 6378, Accession Number: IN0990_.03, Crawfordsville land office, authority April 24, 1820.
12) Thomas Gouty also acquired Section 5, Township 19 North, Range 9 West, Meridian 2nd Prime, State Indiana, Counties Vermillion, Accession Number: IN1060__.079, Document 9352.
13) Orson Kerr also owned two other tracts that are recorded in the U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907:
14) Orson Kerr, 1 Nov 1830, 80 acres, Section 35, Township 21-N, Range 7-W, Meridian 2nd PM, State of Indiana, County of Vermillion, Document 8897, Accession Number: IN1050_.125, Crawfordsville land office, authority April 24, 1820.
15) Orson Kerr, 5 Apr 1837, 40 acres, Section 27, Township 21-N, Range 6-W, Meridian 2nd PM, State of Indiana, County of Vermillion, Document 6378, Accession Number: IN3170_.158, Crawfordsville land office, authority April 24, 1820.
16) See Sons of the American Revolution supplemental application for Curtis Lynn Older under Lt John Kerr.
Is Nancy Carr, the wife of Thomas Gouty, the daughter of Samuel Kerr of Franklin, OH? Sons of Am. Rev. Supplemental Application for John Kerr
PROOF SUMMARY that Nancy Carr(Gen 6) is the daughter of Samuel Kerr(Gen 7) of Franklin, OH.
17) On 08 Oct 1823, the estate records of Samuel Kerr of Franklin, OH, lists his children Orson (age 18), Joseph (age 16), Nancy (age 14), Clarissa (age 11), Samuel (age 9), Robert (age 8), Elijah (age 6), and Jackson (age 4). On 11 Mar 1824, Benjamin Foster was appointed guardian of the minor heirs with Elijah Chenowith named as a security. 18) According to DAR RC#722981, Elijah Chenoweth married Rachel Foster, daughter of John Foster of MD, and died in Franklin Co, OH, on 05 Dec 1828.
19) According to DAR RC#842921, Benjamin Foster was a son of John Foster of MD, had a son born in Ohio in 1803, and died in Fountain Co, IN, on 01 Oct 1844.
20) The 1830 and 1840 census records of Fountain Co, IN, each show a household headed by Benjamin Foster.
21) The will of Elijah Chenoweth (Franklin Co, OH will book A, p196) names among his heirs, Thomas, Joseph, and Elijah Chenoweth. Elijah is named as the youngest son and, according to his gravestone, was born in 1806.
22) On 31 Jan 1828, Thomas and Joseph Chenoweth purchased land in Vermillion Co, IN. The 1850 census of Vermillion Co, IN, shows a Thomas Chenowith, age 49.
23) According to a biographical sketch of Orson Kerr found in “Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe, Indiana,” Orson was born in Pennsylvania, the son of Samuel Kerr. He lived in Franklin County, OH; moved to Fountain County, IN, in 1827; married Cynthia Clawson in 1828; and moved to Tippecanoe County, IN, in 1835. While this source is not well-­‐documented, it is corroborated by official documents and, significantly, was published in 1888, during Orson’s lifetime (see photo of grave marker). Fountain County marriage records confirm that Orson Carr married Cynthia Clawson in 1828. Fountain County 1830 census lists Orson Carr as a resident. Tippecanoe County 1840 census lists Orson Carr as a resident. Tippecanoe County 1850 census lists Orson Keer(44) born in Pennsylvania. Tippecanoe County 1860 census lists Orson Kerr(55) born in Pennsylvania.
24) In a biographical sketch of Robert Floyd Kerr from a compendium of biographical sketches of citizens of South Dakota, Andrew J. Kerr of Tippecanoe Co, IN, was named as the son of Samuel Kerr, having been born in Franklin Co, OH. The grave marker of Andrew J. Kerr in Tippecanoe Co, IN, shows a birthdate of 02 Apr 1819.
25) The 1850 census of Fountain Co, IN, shows a Samuel Carr, age 38, born in OH.
26) Vermillion, IN, marriage records show that Thomas Gouty married Nancy Carr in 1830, in a ceremony performed by Thomas Chenoweth. He later married Elizabeth Stutler on 31 May 1840.
27) A map of first landowners in Highland Twp, Fountain Co, IN, shows that Orson Kerr owned property bordering properties owned by Thomas Gouty and Thomas and Joseph Chenoweth.
28) The Vermillion County 1850 census, shows the household of Thomas Gouty. His oldest child, Clarissa(18), bears the name of Nancy Kerr’s only sister.

CONCLUSION
The Foster, Chenoweth, and Kerr families were closely related in Franklin Co, OH. There is substantial evidence that between 1824 and 1830, Benjamin Foster; his nephews -­‐ Thomas and Joseph Chenoweth; and three of his wards -­‐ Orson, Samuel and Andrew Jackson Kerr; moved to Fountain Co, IN. Orson Kerr and the Chenowiths purchased parcels of land next to Thomas Gouty in Highland Twp. In 1830, Thomas Gouty married a Nancy Carr in a ceremony performed by Thomas Chenoweth. Thomas and Nancy
Gouty named their first child Clarissa, the same name as the only sister of Nancy Kerr of Ohio. Given the close relationships between these families, it is very likely that Nancy Kerr moved from Ohio to Indiana with her guardian and her brothers and it is she that married Thomas Gouty.

99 Nancy (?Gwynn?) (?Guinn?) - (probable - not documented)
born: Unknown, Unknown
died: before 08 October 1823, Franklin County, Ohio, USA


100 John Shute
born:
died:

101 Wife of John Shute
born: Unknown, Probably England
died: Unknown, Probably England

102 Daniel McCartney
born: 15 January 1768, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
died: Probabaly 11 August 1847, Probably Neoga Township, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DANIEL McCARTNEY and his daughter HANNAH McCARTNEY
1) Scioto County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1803-1860, "Shute (Shoot), Richard & Hannah McCarty. Her father Daniel McCartney cons. 31 Mar. 1814. MA, R, A-335."

103 Sarah Price
born: 15 January 1773, (Probably Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
died: 26 May 1861, Symmes Township, Lawrence County, Ohio, USA

104 father of George Hartman - (not documented)
born:
died:

105 mother of George Hartman - (not documented)
born:
died:

106 Philip Royer
born: 19 October 1772, Warwick, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
died: 25 June 1830, Rockingham County, Virginia
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PHILIP ROYER and his daughter ELIZABETH ROYER
1) A History of Rockingham County Virginia by John W. Wayland, Ph.D., published by Ruebush-Elkins Company, Dayton, Virginia, 1912, lists Philip Royer – Keaty Keller – Nov. 5, 1793, page 448, under a listing of Early Marriage Records in Rockingham County – The following list is compiled from the records in the Rockingham County Clerk's office.
2) Elizabeth Royer was born 2 July 1797 in Rockingham Co., Virginia. See Virginia Vital Records, Record of the Peaked Mountain Church (German Reformed & Lutheran), Rockingham Co. VA, page, 483 "Parents: Philip Ryer (Royer) – children: (265) Elisabeth, born July 2, bapt. July 30 (1797) - sponsor: Peter Ryer".
3) Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond dated March 25, 1818.
4) Elizabeth Royer, the daughter of Philip Royer, married George Hartman. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. George Hartman and wife, Betsy, identified as Defendants.
Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/

107 Catharine Caller (Koehler or Kaylor)
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
CATHARINE CALLER and his daughter ELIZABETH ROYER
1) A History of Rockingham County Virginia by John W. Wayland, Ph.D., published by Ruebush-Elkins Company, Dayton, Virginia, 1912, lists Philip Royer – Keaty Keller – Nov. 5, 1793, page 448, under a listing of Early Marriage Records in Rockingham County – The following list is compiled from the records in the Rockingham County Clerk's office.
2) Elizabeth Royer was born 2 July 1797 in Rockingham Co., Virginia. See Virginia Vital Records, Record of the Peaked Mountain Church (German Reformed & Lutheran), Rockingham Co. VA, page, 483 "Parents: Philip Ryer (Royer) – children: (265) Elisabeth, born July 2, bapt. July 30 (1797) - sponsor: Peter Ryer".
3) Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond dated March 25, 1818.
4) Elizabeth Royer, the daughter of Philip Royer, married George Hartman. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. George Hartman and wife, Betsy, identified as Defendants.
Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/

110 Richard Shute
born: 16 October 1792, Dover, England
died: 12 January 1853, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA noteworthy: served in the War of 1812 from Ohio; possibly went up the Wabash River to Tippecanoe with General William Henry Harrison; General Harrison’s Army crossed the creek on the Mavis Lorene Gouty farm in 1811 on their way to the Battle of Tippecanoe and also probably crossed what would later be a farm of Richard Shute
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
RICHARD SHUTE and his daughter MAHALA SHUTE
1) Biographical Sketch of Richard and Hannah (McCartney) Shute. History of Vermillion County, Indiana.
2) 1850 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 57, roll M432_177, dwelling 166, family 166, Richard Shute Sr. household. Richard Shute Sr. is listed as age 58, Hannah Shute is listed as age 47, and Elizabeth Shute is listed as age 15.
3) Family Tree Maker, Family Archive #400 - Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850, Richard Shute married March 31, 1814 in Scioto County, Ohio, spouse: Hannah McCartney.
4) Richard Shute land record, issue date: 8 Feb 1831; state of record: Indiana; acres: 80; Accession Number: IN1080_.032; Land Office: Crawfordsville; Authority: April 24, 1820; Document Number: 10307; Section 6; Township 19 N; Range 9 W; Meridian 2nd PM; Counties Vermillion.
5) Index to Marriage Records, Vermillion County, Indiana, 1850-1904, Vol. 1, A-Z, Newport, Indiana, County Clerks Office, date of license: 8-30- 1853, date of marriage: 9-1-1853, Book 3, page 315, page 90, Elias Gouty and Elizabeth Shute.
6) 1900 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township, page 8A, enumeration district 94, enumerated 19th June 1900 by Earl Carpenter. Elizabeth Goudy(Gouty) is listed as age 64, married 46 years, mother of 8 children, 7 children presently living, born in Indiana, father born in England, mother born in Ohio.
7) To Do - Need proof Mahala was daughter of Richard and Hannah Shute - consult National Gen Soc. Quarterly volumes 1-85.) Family Tree Maker, Family Archive #210 - The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s.
8) ROSTER OF OHIO SOLDIERS IN WAR OF 1812, Vol. 2, Pages 267-268, ROLL OF CAPT JOHN RUSSELL'S COMPANY (Probably from Ross County), Served from July 28, until September 9, 1813. Capt. John Russell, Lieut. David McMullin, Ensign William Carpenter, Privates - Shute, Richard; 2 Regiment (Ferguson's) Ohio Militia, Private, Roll Box 189, Microfilm Publication M602; 2 Regiment (Safford's) Ohio Militia, Private, Roll Box 189, Microfilm Publication M602; 1 Regiment (Noel's) Ohio Militia.
9) 1840 Federal Census for Indiana, Vermillion County, Highland Township.
10) File No. 3404, Bond for Guardianship Scioto County Ohio Probate Court Guardianship of Richard Shutt.
11) Scioto County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1803-1860, "Shute (Shoot), Richard & Hannah McCarty. Her father Daniel McCartney cons. 31 Mar. 1814. MA, R, A-335."

111 Hannah McCartney
born: 03 February 1796, Virginia, USA
died: 26 August 1872, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, USA

112 Frederick Fox
born: 10 May 1751, Hesse-Cassel, Germany
died: 27 February 1837, Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
noteworthy: served in the 10th Pennsylvania Regiment, Continental Line during the American Revolution; was encamped at Valley Forge with the American Army during the winter of 1777-1778; arrived with his parents at what became Fox's Gap in Maryland
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between FREDERICK FOX and his son GEORGE FOX
1) Will of Frederick Fox - Will Book C, case #1444, Montgomery County, Ohio, December 10, 1833. Names a son as George as well as other children. Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index, by Carol Willsey Bell, published by Carol Willsey Bell, C.G., 4801 Mockingbird Court, South, Columbus, Ohio 43229.
Fox, Frederick - W-1837 MT wbC p46; c1444 (MT = Montgomery) Fox, Frederick - W-1849 WR wbB p301 (WR = Warren)
An Index of Wills and Administrations In Montgomery County, Ohio, Book I, 1803-1893, Transcribed by Lindsay M. Brien from the Probate Records of Montgomery County, Volume I, Chronological Index, Miami Valley Records, Vol. 2, Pt. 1, Typed by W. P. A. Workers, Dayton, O., Dayton Public Library, 1940 [0 00 60 3716119 4]. Doc AI Page 7 Fox Frederick Will Book Cl Page 46, Jan. 10,
1837 to Sept. 10, 1851.
2) Catharine, the wife of Frederick Fox, was buried November 4, 1800. Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Maryland German Church Records Vol. 2, Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826 (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), 77. The Death Register of Zion Lutheran Church indicates "Catarin, wife of Friedrich Fuchs, bur. 4 Nov. 1800. Heb. 4:9."
3) Obituary of John L. Fox, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Lists a son as Daniel, parents as George Fox and Elizabeth (Link) Fox, and a grandfather as FrederickFox. “He was the son of George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. The father of our subject was a native of Maryland and a son of Frederick Fox, who was born on the ocean while his parents were emigrating to America. The Fox family first settled in Md., where the grand-father kept a tavern at the foot of Fox Mountain for many years. The father of John L. Fox crossed the mountains and settled in Ohio in 1807, making his home in that state until his death.”
4) Tombstones of Frederick Fox, George Fox, and of Elizabeth (Link), wife of George Fox, at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. The tombstone of George Fox indicates “Born March 10, 1781 In the State of Md. Died June 14, 1847”.
5) Frederick Fox was an Elder in the Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, Maryland. Weiser, Frederick S., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records 2:4. Also on page 25, "Samuel, son of Jacob and Magdelena Benner was born April 14, 1801. Baptized June 21, 1801. Sponsored by George Fox, a single person." (Mary) Magdelena Benner was the daughter of Frederick Fox and a sister of George Fox. Frederick Fox and George Fox attended the same church at Middletown, MD.
6) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical and historical record of Vermillion County, Indiana, published 1888, page 491. The article indicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888. It lists his parents as George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox and his grandfather as Frederick Fox.
7) 1790 Maryland federal census, Frederick County, Unknown Township, Page 66, Roll M637_3, Image 0491. Frederick Fox appears in the first census of the United States in 1790.
8) 1800 Maryland federal census, Frederick County, District No. 3, Page 123, Roll M32_10, Image 124. Frederick Fox is in the Maryland census for the last time.
9) 1809 Ohio state census, Warren County, Franklin Township, page 013. Frederick Fox and George Fox both are listed in this census record.
10) 1810 Ohio federal census, Warren County, Franklin Township, page 28, both Frederick Fox and George Fox are listed.
11) 1830 Ohio federal census, Warren County, Clear Creek township, Page 173, Roll M19_142, Image 340, Household of Frederick Fox. 1830 U. S. Census for Ohio, Warren County, Clear Creek Township, Roll 142, page 173, George Fox household.
12) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time when Fox family members would have had first hand information about John L. Fox, George Fox, and Frederick Fox.
13) Frederick Fox and Margaret Booker were the executors of the estateof Bartholomew Booker. See the will of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County, Maryland, Register of Wills Records, GM-2-431, October 21, 1791.
14) Daughters Mary and Elizabeth Fox are mentioned in the will of Margaret Booker. See Frederick County, MD, Register of Wills Records, GM-3- 126, will of Margaret Book (Booker).
15) Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio, Genealogical Abstracts from Land Records, Tax Lists, and Biographical Sketches, Compiled and Edited by Shirley Keller Mikesell, Heritage Books, Inc.
16) Letter from Jacob Reel to Michael and Frederick Fox, dated at Sharpsburg, Aug. 9, 1812, from a copy obtained from Robert H. Fox of Cincinnati, Ohio. "The following letter received and forwarded from Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio, Sept. 8, 1812, addressed to Msrs. Fredric(k) & Michael Fox, Franklin Township, Warren Co. Ohio". Copy on CD-rom disc entitled Fox's Gap in Maryland, which is at the Frederick County Historical Society, Frederick, Maryland. Frederick Fox had a younger brother Michael who preceded him to Ohio.
17) Photograph of Daniel Booker Fox, a son of Frederick Fox and a brother of George Fox, obtained from Alan Sentman, a member of The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox’s Gap in Maryland. Daniel Booker Fox also is buried at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio.

113 Catherine Booker
born: 01 May 1748, probably Maryland, USA, or Germany
died: 01 November 1800, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between CATHERINE BOOKER and her son GEORGE FOX
1) Will of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County, Maryland, Register of Wills Records, GM-2-431, October 21, 1791. The will of Bartholomew Booker lists Catharine as a daughter and Frederick Fox and Margaret Booker as executors.
2) Will of Margaret Book (Booker), Frederick County Maryland Register of Wills Records GM-3-126, wife of Bartholomew Booker. The will was witnessed by Joseph Chapline and Catherine Fox. The will appointed Frederick Fox as her whole and sole Executor and was signed the 12th Day of May 1796. The will was probated 3 August 1796.
3) 1790 Maryland federal census, Frederick County, Unknown Township, Page 66, Roll M637_3, Image 0491. Frederick Fox appears in the first census of the United States in 1790.
4) 1800 Maryland federal census, Frederick County, District No. 3, Page 123, Roll M32_10, Image 124. Frederick Fox is in the Maryland census for the last time.
5) Frederick Fox was an Elder in the Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, Maryland. Weiser, Frederick S., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records 2:4. Also on page 25, "Samuel, son of Jacob and Magdelena Benner was born April 14, 1801. Baptized June 21, 1801. Sponsored by George Fox, a single person." (Mary) Magdelena Benner was the daughter of Frederick Fox and a sister of George Fox. Frederick Fox and George Fox attended the same church at Middletown, MD.
6) Catharine, the wife of Frederick Fox, was buried November 4, 1800. Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Maryland German Church Records Vol. 2, Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826 (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), 77. The Death Register of Zion Lutheran Church indicates "Catarin, wife of Friedrich Fuchs, bur. 4 Nov. 1800. Heb. 4:9."
7) George married Elizabeth Ann Link on August 9, 1807, at Shepherdstown, Virginia, now West Virginia. Jefferson County, West Virginia, Marriage Records, 1807, page 286. Also see, Paxson Link, The Link Family (Paris, Illinois: [s.l.], 1951). The will of John Adam Link II includes his daughter, Elizabeth Fox. Will Book 8, pages 88, 89, and 90, Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, West Virginia.
8) 1809 Ohio state census, Warren County, Franklin Township, page 013. Frederick Fox and George Fox both are listed in this census record.
9) Will of Frederick Fox - Will Book C, case #1444, Montgomery County, Ohio, December 10, 1833. Names a son as George as well as other children. Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index, by Carol Willsey Bell, published by Carol Willsey Bell, C.G., 4801 Mockingbird Court, South, Columbus, Ohio 43229.
Fox, Frederick - W-1837 MT wbC p46; c1444 (MT = Montgomery)
Fox, Frederick - W-1849 WR wbB p301 (WR = Warren)
An Index of Wills and Administrations In Montgomery County, Ohio, Book I, 1803-1893, Transcribed by Lindsay M. Brien from the Probate Records of Montgomery County, Volume I, Chronological Index, Miami Valley Records, Vol. 2, Pt. 1, Typed by W. P. A. Workers, Dayton, O., Dayton Public Library, 1940 [0 00 60 3716119 4]. Doc AI Page 7 Fox Frederick Will Book Cl Page 46, Jan. 10, 1837 to Sept. 10, 1851.
10) Tombstones of Frederick Fox, George Fox, and of Elizabeth (Link) Fox, the wife of George Fox, are in the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. The tombstone of George Fox indicates “Born March 10, 1781 In the State of Md. Died June 14, 1847”.
11) Obituary of John L. Fox, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Lists a son as Daniel, parents as George Fox and Elizabeth (Link) Fox, and a grandfather as Frederick Fox. “He was the son of George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. The father of our subject was a native of Maryland and a son of Frederick Fox, who was born on the ocean while his parents were emigrating to America. The Fox family first settled in Md., where the grand-father kept a tavern at the foot of Fox Mountain for many years. The father of John L. Fox crossed the mountains and settled in Ohio in 1807, making his home in that state until his death.”
12) The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress. Information included in The Fox Genealogy was collected about 1914 and was done at the time when Fox family members would have had first hand information about John L. Fox, George Fox, and Frederick Fox.
13) The following books by Curtis Lynn Older give references to primary source records and indirect source records related to Frederick Fox, Catharine Booker Fox, George Fox, and Elizabeth Ann Link: Printed Books - 1) The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland, 2) The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain; books on the Apple iBooks Store - 1) The Fox Genealogy by Daniel Gebhart Fox - Reprinted, Expanded, and Illustrated; 2) News from Fox's Gap, 3) The Land Records, Roads, and People of the Battlefield of South Mountain and Vicinity.
14) Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio, Genealogical Abstracts from Land Records, Tax Lists, and Biographical Sketches, Compiled and Edited by Shirley Keller Mikesell, Heritage Books, Inc.

114 John Adam Link II
born: 31 December 1756, Oley Hill, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 28 September 1835, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA
noteworthy: Ensign in Captain Peter Barrick's Company, Catoctin Battalion, Militia of Frederick County, Maryland, commissioned 29 June 1782
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN ADAM LINK II and his daughter ELIZABETH ANN LINK
1) Paxson Link, The Link Family (Paris, Illinois: [s.l.], 1951).
2) Index to Marriage Licenses, Frederick County, 1778-1810, John Adam Link II and Jane Ogle, married April 14, 1783.
3) Will Book 8, pages 88, 89, and 90, Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, West Virginia, will of John Adam Link II. Mentions his daughter Elizabeth Fox.
4) See Sons of the American Revolution supplemental membership for Curtis Lynn Older under John Adam Link II.

115 Jane Ogle
born: 23 September 1761, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
died: 07 October 1836, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA
noteworthy: her father was a Patriot of the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JANE OGLE and her daughter ELIZABETH ANN LINK
1) Paxson Link, The Link Family (Paris, Illinois: [s.l.], 1951).
2) Index to Marriage Licenses, Frederick County, 1778-1810, John Adam Link II and Jane Ogle, married April 14, 1783.
3) Will Book 8, pages 88, 89, and 90, Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, West Virginia, will of John Adam Link II. Mentions his daughter Elizabeth Fox.
4) See Sons of the American Revolution supplemental membership for Curtis Lynn Older under John Adam Link II.
116 Michael Hillegas Senior
born: 30 August 1741
died: 10 October 1782
noteworthy: member of the Pennsylvania Militia during the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MICHAEL HILLEGAS SENIOR and his son MICHAEL HILLEGAS JUNIOR
1) Michael Hillegas (Senior) married Catharine Gery on 10 November 1767 at Upper Hanover Township, Philadelphia Co. (now Montgomery Co.), Pennsylvania. (Pennsylvania German Church Records Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Church Records at Goshenhoppen, Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 93, 10 November 1767. Michael Hellicas, son of Adam Hellicas, of New Goshenhoppen, and Catharina Geri, daughter of Jacob Geri, of New Goshenhoppen)
2) Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume 3, page 177, Church Record of the Great Swamp Reformed Congregation, Lower Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pa., Children: Michael, 15 November 1775, Parents: Mich. Helligas, Sponsors: Joh. Cunius and wife.
3) The will of Michael Hillegas Senior names his wife as Catharina and his eight children: Anna Margaretha, Rebecca, John, Elizabeth, Michael, Eva, Catharine, and Anna Mary. (Will of Michael Hillegas Senior, Upper Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Case #983, made 10 October 1782, probated 2 November 1782.)
4) The eight children of Michael Hillegas Senior are identified in Orphans Court records. (Pennsylvania Orphans Court, 24 March 1785, Book E, pages 73-74 and 19 March 1787, Book E, pages 123-124, lists the eight children of Michael Hillegas Senior)
5) Michael Hillegas Junior married Anna Yeakel, daughter of Jeremiah Yeakel and his wife, Susannah Wiegner. (The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel and page 475, [38-35] Anna Yeakel)
6) Michael Hillegas Junior received a payment of $253.33 from the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel as payment for his wife Anna's share of her father's estate. (Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case #243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818.) Payments from the Jeremiah Yeakel estate were also made to the husbands of the other married daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel.
7) Daughters of the American Revolution, Michael Hillegas (Senior) Ancestor #A204003, member National Numbers 813936 (Judith Lee Chapman Frisch), 823545, and 958278 through Michael Hillegas (Junior) and his wife, Anna Yeakel.
8) Daughters of the American Revolution, Jeremiah Yeakle, Ancestor #A129524, member National Number 813936, Judith Lee Chapman Frisch, through Michael Hillegas Junior and his wife, Anna Yeakel.
9) Possible – TO DO – Letters in the H. K. Gerhard Collection at the Schwenkfelder Historical Library written by Jacob Hillegass, 04 November 1839, to Jacob Kriebel. (The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 475, [38-35] Anna Yeakel)

117 Catherine Gery (not documented)
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
CATHERINE GERY and her son MICHAEL HILLEGAS JUNIOR
1) Michael Hillegas (Senior) married Catharine Gery on 10 November 1767 at Upper Hanover Township, Philadelphia Co. (now Montgomery Co.), Pennsylvania. (Pennsylvania German Church Records Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Church Records at Goshenhoppen, Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 93, 10 November 1767. Michael Hellicas, son of Adam Hellicas, of New Goshenhoppen, and Catharina Geri, daughter of Jacob Geri, of New Goshenhoppen)
2) Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume 3, page 177, Church Record of the Great Swamp Reformed Congregation, Lower Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pa., Children: Michael, 15 November 1775, Parents: Mich. Helligas, Sponsors: Joh. Cunius and wife.
3) The will of Michael Hillegas Senior names his wife as Catharina and his eight children: Anna Margaretha, Rebecca, John, Elizabeth, Michael, Eva, Catharine, and Anna Mary. (Will of Michael Hillegas Senior, Upper Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Case #983, made 10 October 1782, probated 2 November 1782.)
4) The eight children of Michael Hillegas Senior are identified in Orphans Court records. (Pennsylvania Orphans Court, 24 March 1785, Book E, pages 73-74 and 19 March 1787, Book E, pages 123-124, lists the eight children of Michael Hillegas Senior)
5) Michael Hillegas Junior married Anna Yeakel, daughter of Jeremiah Yeakel and his wife, Susannah Wiegner. (The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel and page 475, [38-35] Anna Yeakel)
6) Michael Hillegas Junior received a payment of $253.33 from the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel as payment for his wife Anna's share of her father's estate. (Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case #243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818.) Payments from the Jeremiah Yeakel estate were also made to the husbands of the other married daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel.
7) Daughters of the American Revolution, Michael Hillegas (Senior) Ancestor #A204003, member National Numbers 813936 (Judith Lee Chapman Frisch), 823545, and 958278 through Michael Hillegas (Junior) and his wife, Anna Yeakel.
8) Daughters of the American Revolution, Jeremiah Yeakle, Ancestor #A129524, member National Number 813936, Judith Lee Chapman Frisch, through Michael Hillegas Junior and his wife, Anna Yeakel.
9) Possible – TO DO – Letters in the H. K. Gerhard Collection at the Schwenkfelder Historical Library written by Jacob Hillegass, 04 November 1839, to Jacob Kriebel. (The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 475, [38-35] Anna Yeakel)

118 Jeremiah Yeakel
born: 09 April 1736
died: 10 February 1818
noteworthy: member of the Pennsylvania Militia during the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JEREMIAH YEAKEL and his daughter ANNA YEAKEL
1) Jeremiah Yeakel was born 9 April 1736 and died 10 February 1818. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel. See Appendix A for a discussion of Schwenkfelder History.
2) Jeremiah Yeakel (Jackle) of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania was naturalized 25 September 1751. Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series – Military and Church Records, Volume II, Part 2 – Persons Naturalized in Pennsylvania, page 385.
3) Susanna Wiegner was born 5 August 1740 and died 12 June 1821. She married Jeremiah Yeakel. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 1226, [38-17] Susanna Wiegner.
4) Jeremiah married Susanna Weigner on 16 June 1763 by Reverend Balzer Hoffman in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel.
5) Anna Yeakel was born 20 October 1780 and died 17 July 1840. She married Michael Hillegass Junior. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-35] Anna Yeakel.
6) Anna Yeakel married Michael Hillegas. (History of Allen County, Indiana with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, (Kingman Brothers, Chicago, 1880), page 169, Hillegass Family.)
7) Anna Yeakel Hillegas and her husband, Michael Hilligass Junior, are buried in the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio. Her tombstone reads, "Anna wife if Michael Hilligass died July 17, 1840 aged 56 Ys. 8m. 17 D." The tombstone date of birth does not agree with the birth date given in The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families for Anna.
8) Michael Hillegas Junior was baptized 15 November 1775 by J. T. Faber of the Great Swamp Reformed Church in present-day Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 177. This date of birth agrees with the date of birth as indicated on the tombstone of Michael Hilligas as the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio.
9) Jeremiah Yeakel lived in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, at the time of his death. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818. Jeremiah Yeakel letters of administration proceedings, will docket, volume 1, page 189, 23 February 1818, file 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
10) Michael Hillegas Junior received $253.33 as a distribution to the heirs of Jeremiah Yeakel. Money distributed by the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel was paid to the husbands of the married daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818.
11) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas, daughter of Michael and Anna (Weikel) Hilligas. (The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by Daniel Gebhart Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, page 94, Sketch of John L Fox.)
12) The marriage record for John L Fox and Susannah Hillegass includes a notation, "her father Michael Hillegass." Ohio County Marriages, 1774-1993. Date appears to be 1st November 1845. The Fox Genealogy states the date of marriage was 11 November 1845.

119 Susanna Weigner
born: 05 August 1740
died: 12 June 1821
noteworthy:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SUSANNA WIEGNER and her daughter ANNA YEAKEL
1) Jeremiah Yeakel was born 9 April 1736 and died 10 February 1818. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel. See Appendix A for a discussion of Schwenkfelder History.
2) Jeremiah Yeakel (Jackle) of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania was naturalized 25 September 1751. Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series – Military and Church Records, Volume II, Part 2 – Persons Naturalized in Pennsylvania, page 385.
3) Susanna Wiegner was born 5 August 1740 and died 12 June 1821. She married Jeremiah Yeakel. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 1226, [38-17] Susanna Wiegner.
4) Jeremiah married Susanna Weigner on 16 June 1763 by Reverend Balzer Hoffman in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-17] Jeremiah Yeakel.
5) Anna Yeakel was born 20 October 1780 and died 17 July 1840. She married Michael Hillegass Junior. The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families, edited by Samuel Kriebel Brecht, Rand McNally & Company, 1923, page 471, [38-35] Anna Yeakel.
6) Anna Yeakel married Michael Hillegas. (History of Allen County, Indiana with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, (Kingman Brothers, Chicago, 1880), page 169, Hillegass Family.)
7) Anna Yeakel Hillegas and her husband, Michael Hilligass Junior, are buried in the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio. Her tombstone reads, "Anna wife if Michael Hilligass died July 17, 1840 aged 56 Ys. 8m. 17 D." The tombstone date of birth does not agree with the birth date given in The Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families for Anna.
8) Michael Hillegas Junior was baptized 15 November 1775 by J. T. Faber of the Great Swamp Reformed Church in present-day Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc., Clearfield Publishing, Volume III, page 177. This date of birth agrees with the date of birth as indicated on the tombstone of Michael Hilligas as the Gebhart or St. John's Cemetery in Miamisburg, Ohio.
9) Jeremiah Yeakel lived in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, at the time of his death. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818. Jeremiah Yeakel letters of administration proceedings, will docket, volume 1, page 189, 23 February 1818, file 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
10) Michael Hillegas Junior received $253.33 as a distribution to the heirs of Jeremiah Yeakel. Money distributed by the estate of Jeremiah Yeakel was paid to the husbands of the married daughters of Jeremiah Yeakel. Jeremiah Yeakel Estate Papers, File Number 211-325, Case 243, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1818.
11) John L Fox married Susannah Hilligas, daughter of Michael and Anna (Weikel) Hilligas. (The Fox Genealogy including the Metherd, Benner, and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by Daniel Gebhart Fox, 1914. (n.p) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 com. 37-9439 CS71.F79 1924 Library of Congress, page 94, Sketch of John L Fox.)
12) The marriage record for John L Fox and Susannah Hillegass includes a notation, "her father Michael Hillegass." Ohio County Marriages, 1774-1993. Date appears to be 1st November 1845. The Fox Genealogy states the date of marriage was 11 November 1845.

120 Robert Ricketts Senior
born: 15 January 1765, Washington County, Maryland, USA
died: 14 February 1853, Ohio County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: served in the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ROBERT RICKETTS SENIOR and his son JOHN RICKETTS
(1) See Sons of the American Revolution Supplemental Ancestor Certificate for Curtis Lynn Older, National Number 128556, dated 06 February 2015, descendant of Robert Ricketts Senior.
(2) National Archives records for Robert Ricketts Senior, includes a letter from Winfield Scott, Commissioner, Revolution and 1812 Wars Section, dated May 7, 1927, to Mrs. W. H. Shonts of South Bend, Ind., which refers to a Revolutionary War pension claim, S. 17047, for Robert Ricketts Senior. “He died February 14, 1853, leaving a widow and eleven children, their names not stated.”
(3) Estate Papers of Robert Ricketts, Rising Sun, Ohio County, Indiana, Court of Common Pleas, January Term 1856, Final Settlement, Estate of Robert Ricketts deceased, Robert Ricketts Jr. Administrator, page 397. The estate papers include the following statements, among others:
To the heirs of John Ricketts deceased whose names are unknown the sum of $147.29
To Edward Ricketts $47.29
To William Ricketts $47.29
To Rebecca Winings $32.29
To Vienna Moulton $32.29
To Sarah Winings $47.29
To Phebe Sheridan $47.29
To the heirs of Hannah Buchanan who are not paid in full as follows to wit
….
That the said Robert Ricketts Sen. died leaving thirteen heirs viz. John Ricketts's heirs, Phebe Sheridan, Hannah Buchanan*, who is dead, leaving nine heirs, William Ricketts, Susanna Moulton, Robert Ricketts Jr., Isaac Ricketts, Edward Ricketts, Elizabeth Blankenship, Rebecca Winings, Margaret Kelso's heirs, Sarah Winings, and Vienna Moulton.
(4) Land records for the Cincinnati District Land Office indicate the following land purchases in Ohio County, Indiana before 1820:
a) Patent to John Ricketts and Robert Ricketts Jr. assignees of Robert Ricketts, Accession CV-0045-095, 27 April 1819, 1st Prime Meridian, Township 3 North, Range 2 West, Southeast quarter of Section 24, Ohio County, Indiana.
b) Jacob Goodner of Kentucky, father of Mary Goodner who married John Ricketts, purchased the Patent for Accession CV-0030-402, 14 August 1816, 1st Prime Meridian, Township 3 North, Range 1 West, Southwest Quarter of Section 19, Ohio County, Indiana.
It seems reasonable to assume John Ricketts met Mary Goodner because of the proximity of the above two land tracts in Ohio County, Indiana.
(5) Death certificate for Jacob Ricketts, wife Malissa Ricketts, father John Ricketts, mother Mary Goodner, born 22 February 1826, died 3 May 1910, Mound Township, Warren County, Indiana.

121 Susannah (NOT Wilson)
born: Maryland
died: 20 February 1853, Cass, Dearborn County, Indiana, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SUSANNAH (NOT WILSON) and her son JOHN RICKETTS
(1) See Sons of the American Revolution Supplemental Ancestor Certificate for Curtis Lynn Older, National Number 128556, dated 06 February 2015, descendant of Robert Ricketts Senior.
(2) National Archives records for Robert Ricketts Senior, includes a letter from Winfield Scott, Commissioner, Revolution and 1812 Wars Section, dated May 7, 1927, to Mrs. W. H. Shonts of South Bend, Ind., which refers to a Revolutionary War pension claim, S. 17047, for Robert Ricketts Senior. “He died February 14, 1853, leaving a widow and eleven children, their names not stated.”
(3) Estate Papers of Robert Ricketts, Rising Sun, Ohio County, Indiana, Court of Common Pleas, January Term 1856, Final Settlement, Estate of Robert Ricketts deceased, Robert Ricketts Jr. Administrator, page 397. The estate papers include the following statements, among others:
To the heirs of John Ricketts deceased whose names are unknown the sum of $147.29
To Edward Ricketts $47.29
To William Ricketts $47.29
To Rebecca Winings $32.29
To Vienna Moulton $32.29
To Sarah Winings $47.29
To Phebe Sheridan $47.29
To the heirs of Hannah Buchanan who are not paid in full as follows to wit
….
That the said Robert Ricketts Sen. died leaving thirteen heirs viz. John Ricketts's heirs, Phebe Sheridan, Hannah Buchanan*, who is dead, leaving nine heirs, William Ricketts, Susanna Moulton, Robert Ricketts Jr., Isaac Ricketts, Edward Ricketts, Elizabeth Blankenship, Rebecca Winings, Margaret Kelso's heirs, Sarah Winings, and Vienna Moulton.
(4) Land records for the Cincinnati District Land Office indicate the following land purchases in Ohio County, Indiana before 1820:
a) Patent to John Ricketts and Robert Ricketts Jr. assignees of Robert Ricketts, Accession CV-0045-095, 27 April 1819, 1st Prime Meridian, Township 3 North, Range 2 West, Southeast quarter of Section 24, Ohio County, Indiana.
b) Jacob Goodner of Kentucky, father of Mary Goodner who married John Ricketts, purchased the Patent for Accession CV-0030-402, 14 August 1816, 1st Prime Meridian, Township 3 North, Range 1 West, Southwest Quarter of Section 19, Ohio County, Indiana.
It seems reasonable to assume John Ricketts met Mary Goodner because of the proximity of the above two land tracts in Ohio County, Indiana.
(5) Death certificate for Jacob Ricketts, wife Malissa Ricketts, father John Ricketts, mother Mary Goodner, born 22 February 1826, died 3 May 1910, Mound Township, Warren County, Indiana.

122 Jacob Goodner
born: 1776, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
died: 1839, Ohio County, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: his father Peter served in the American Revolution in NC
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JACOB GOODNER and his daughter MARY GOODNER
1)

123 Hester White
born: 1769, North Carolina, USA
died: 1834, Indiana, USA
noteworthy: her father probably served in the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
HESTER WHITE and her daughter MARY GOODNER
1)

160 Joseph Worth Sr
born: 1696, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 14 July 1790, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOSEPH WORTH SR and his son JOSEPH WORTH JR
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730 for an extensive listing of original source documents to substantiate Joseph Worth Sr. as the father of Joseph Worth Jr.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 4, page 526, Marriages, Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 503, birth record for Judith Starbuck, October 10, 1734, daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, wife of Joseph Worth (son of Joseph and Lydia Worth).
4) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901), 195. Joseph Worth, was born on Nantucket in 1696 as one of John and Miriam Worth's seven children.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, 4:526; Otis G. Hammond, "Marriages in Nantucket, 1717-1777." On 8 September 1720 there was recorded at Nantucket the marriage of Joseph to Lydia Gorham, an "off-islander" with strong Nantucket connections.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, husband of Lydia (daughter of Shubael Gorham and Puella), son of John and Miriam (Gardner) Worth (first wife): , 1696.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, child of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, 29th, 9 mo. 1729, husband of Judith (daughter of William Starbuck and Anna).
8) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 3:555, Lydiah (Goarham) Gorham and Joseph Worth, both of Nantucket, September 8, 1720.
9) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); 425; microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records. Henry Barnard Worth, in his Nantucket Genealogies, 1608-1910, says, "the exodus of Nantucket families to Guilford and New Garden, North Carolina, took place from 1771 to 1774. About twenty families went, among them Francis, Daniel and Joseph Worth."(15)
10) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853): 181-82; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records, 255.
11) National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) 76:275-77.

161 Lydia Gorham
born: 14 May 1701, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
died: 01 March 1763, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower descendant
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
LYDIA GORHAM and her son JOSEPH WORTH JR
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730 for an extensive listing of original source documents to substantiate Joseph Worth Sr. as the father of Joseph Worth Jr.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 4, page 526, Marriages, Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Volume 2, page 503, birth record for Judith Starbuck, October 10, 1734, daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, wife of Joseph Worth (son of Joseph and Lydia Worth).
4) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901), 195. Joseph Worth, was born on Nantucket in 1696 as one of John and Miriam Worth's seven children.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, 4:526; Otis G. Hammond, "Marriages in Nantucket, 1717-1777." On 8 September 1720 there was recorded at Nantucket the marriage of Joseph to Lydia Gorham, an "off-islander" with strong Nantucket connections.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, husband of Lydia (daughter of Shubael Gorham and Puella), son of John and Miriam (Gardner) Worth (first wife): , 1696.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, child of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, 29th, 9 mo. 1729, husband of Judith (daughter of William Starbuck and Anna).
8) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 3:555, Lydiah (Goarham) Gorham and Joseph Worth, both of Nantucket, September 8, 1720.
9) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); 425; microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records. Henry Barnard Worth, in his Nantucket Genealogies, 1608-1910, says, "the exodus of Nantucket families to Guilford and New Garden, North Carolina, took place from 1771 to 1774. About twenty families went, among them Francis, Daniel and Joseph Worth."(15)
10) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853): 181-82; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records, 255.
11) National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) 76:275-77.

162 William Starbuck
born: 22 July 1699, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 17 October 1760, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM STARBUCK and his daughter JUDITH STARBUCK
1) National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s, Volume 76, "Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Their Wandering Children," p. 275.
2) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont, page 807 and 831.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, p. 512, “Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. h. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.]
4) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Marriages 4:404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec'd and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720 in N., C.R.4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 1:468. Folger, Anna, d. Peter, 25th, 3 mo., 1703. [first w. William Starbuck (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), 25th 5 mo., P.R. 38.]
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, p. 540, Starbuck, Anna (Folger), w. William, 6th, 9 mo. 1748, C.R. 4. [first w. William (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter Folger and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, 2:503, Starbuck, Judith, d. William and Anna, Oct. 10, 1734. [w. Joseph Worth (s. Joseph and Lydia), d. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), 10th, 10 mo., P. R. 38.]
8) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, Volume 4, page 526, Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
9) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730.
10) Obituary for Judith Worth, Raleigh Register, Raleigh, North Carolina,
11 Nov. 1830, Marriage and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette, 1826-1845, by Carrie L. Broughton, State Librarian (1946), page 322 (Part II, Deaths); Nantucket VR 5:615, but gives date newspaper was published instead of actual date of death; The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 100:286.
11) Family Records, Undated Letter c. 1940-1941 from Margie Loomis toher Aunt Ella Laura Malott Evans ref. Town Clerk Nantucket & Savage; No Author, American Genealogical Record, The Robinson, (Genealogical Record Publishing Company, San Francisco, 1897), Vol. 2, p. 200.
12) NEHGS Register, Volume 16, page 274, The Folger Family, compiled by William Coleman Folger of Nantucket, a Corresponding Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society.
13) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, d. William and Anna [(Folger) (first w.) P.R. 38], 16th 8 mo. 1722.
14) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 498, Starbuck, Eunice, d. William and Anna, 7th, 6 mo. 1728. [first w. Stephen Barnard (s. Ebenezer and Mary), d. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), P.R. 38.]; also see The Barnard Family, (www/billputman.com/barnard.pdf).
15) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. William and Anna, Mar. 29, 1732. [h. Anna (d. Jonathan Upham and Ruth), h. Ann (Hussey) Coffin,
s. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), P.R. 38.].
16) Macy, Sylvanus, Macy: Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635- 1868, (Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868.), p. 127. Mary Starbuck was a daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, born at Nantucket 1738; married at Nantucket, November 1757; died at Guilford County, North Carolina.
17) Gorham, Henry S., The Gorham Family. MS. 28 vols. 1932-43. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 3:352.

163 Anna Folger
born: 25 May 1703, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 06 September 1748, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ANNA FOLGER and her daughter JUDITH STARBUCK
1) National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s, Volume 76, "Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Their Wandering Children," p. 275.
2) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont, page 807 and 831.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, p. 512, “Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. h. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.]
4) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Marriages 4:404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec'd and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720 in N., C.R.4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 1:468. Folger, Anna, d. Peter, 25th, 3 mo., 1703. [first w. William Starbuck (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), 25th 5 mo., P.R. 38.]
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, p.
540, Starbuck, Anna (Folger), w. William, 6th, 9 mo. 1748, C.R. 4. [first w. William (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter Folger and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, 2:503, Starbuck, Judith, d. William and Anna, Oct. 10, 1734. [w. Joseph Worth (s. Joseph and Lydia), d. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), 10th, 10 mo., P. R. 38.]
8) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, Volume 4, page 526, Joseph Worth, son of Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth, and Judith Starbuck, daughter of William and Anna (Folger) Starbuck, married Nantucket, 6th 12 mo. “called December,” 1753. Removed from Nantucket 29-9-1774.
9) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, page 591 through 593, pages 721 and 722, and pages 729 and 730.
10) Obituary for Judith Worth, Raleigh Register, Raleigh, North Carolina,
11 Nov. 1830, Marriage and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette, 1826-1845, by Carrie L. Broughton, State Librarian (1946), page 322 (Part II, Deaths); Nantucket VR 5:615, but gives date newspaper was published instead of actual date of death; The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 100:286.
11) Family Records, Undated Letter c. 1940-1941 from Margie Loomis to her Aunt Ella Laura Malott Evans ref. Town Clerk Nantucket & Savage; No Author, American Genealogical Record, The Robinson, (Genealogical Record Publishing Company, San Francisco, 1897), Vol. 2, p. 200.
12) NEHGS Register, Volume 16, page 274, The Folger Family, compiled by William Coleman Folger of Nantucket, a Corresponding Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society.
13) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, d. William and Anna [(Folger) (first w.) P.R. 38], 16th 8 mo. 1722.
14) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 498, Starbuck, Eunice, d. William and Anna, 7th, 6 mo. 1728. [first w. Stephen Barnard (s. Ebenezer and Mary), d. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), P.R. 38.]; also see The Barnard Family, (www/billputman.com/barnard.pdf).
15) Nantucket VR, Births, p. 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. William and Anna, Mar. 29, 1732. [h. Anna (d. Jonathan Upham and Ruth), h. Ann (Hussey) Coffin,
s. William and Anna (Folger) (first w.), P.R. 38.].
16) Macy, Sylvanus, Macy: Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635- 1868, (Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868.), p. 127. Mary Starbuck was a daughter of William Starbuck and Anna Folger, born at Nantucket 1738; married at Nantucket, November 1757; died at Guilford County, North Carolina.
17) Gorham, Henry S., The Gorham Family. MS. 28 vols. 1932-43. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 3:352.

180 Adonijah Farnsworth - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

181 Mary Kirkbride - (probable - not documented)
born: 20 October 1770, Hampshire County, Virginia, USA died:

182 John Kirkbride - (probable - not documented)
born: 11 April 1748
died: 31 May 1824, Monroe County, Ohio, USA

183 Martha Farnsworth - (probable - not documented)
born: 13 July 1751
died: 29 January 1821, Monroe County, Ohio, USA

192 John Gouty
born: 1738, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
died: 04 August 1818, Caroline County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: a Patriot of the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN GOUTY (GOOTEE) and his son PRITCHETT GOUTY
1) Gessie, Indiana, The First One Hundred Years 1872 - 1972, "The Gouty family came from France (name originally Goutier) to Dorcester County, Maryland, in 1670. Prichard Gouty was born July 4, 1766 and died May 12, 1837. He is buried in a cemetery near the Squire Shute farm. Pritchard's three sons, Henry, Thomas, and Zechariah came to Indiana in 1820.”
2) Caroline County Wills and Probate, JOHN GOWTY, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 28 October 1815, Recorded 21 Aug. 1818, Liber JR-C Folio 332; John Gowty of Caroline County, Maryland, Daughter: Rhoda Cannon, widow of Joshua Cannon; Son: Abel Gowty; Daughter: Britanna Willis; Son: Pritchel Gowty; Daughter: Centhea Nichols, widow of John Nichols; Daughter: Vility Stevens; Grandson: James Gowty; Granddaughter: Mary Gowty; Granddaughter: Lucretia Gowty; Grandson: John Stevens Gowty; Gives all to 4 grandchildren and appoints William Stevens to watch out for them until they come of age.
3) Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, MSA S 1527, Elizabeth, dau. of
P. Pritchett of DO Co., m. by 17 Nov 1769, John Goutee (MWB 37:406; MDAD 65:9).
4) 1776 Census, Dorchester County, page 100, Gootee, John, 3 bz, 1 cx, 1 dx, 1 ez, 1 gx. John Gootee, 3 white women ages 10 to 16 (Rhoda), 1 white man age 16 to 21 (Abel), 1 white man age 21 to 30 (Pritchett), 1 white woman age 30 to 40 (Elizabeth Pritchett Gouty) married November 17, 1769, 1 white man age 50 and upwards (John Gootee, born 1726 or earlier?).
5) U. S. Federal Census, 1790 Caroline Co., MD, census, John GOUTY, p.37, 02 01 04 00 00; 1790 Federal Census - John Gouty, Free White Males of 16 Years & Upwards, including heads of families - 02 Free White Males under
16 years - -1; Free white females including heads of families - 04; All other free persons - 00; Slaves - 00.
6) 1800 U. S. Federal Census Caroline Co., MD, census, John GOUTEE, p.10, 01001-00100-00;
7) U. S. Census, 1800 Caroline Co., MD, census, Zachariah GOUTEE, p.10, 01100-00100-00.
8) Marriage record for John Goutee and Elizabeth Pritchett, Maryland Marriage References by Robert Barnes, MSA S 1527, "Elizabeth, dau. of P. Pritchett of DO Co., m. by 17 Nov 1769, John Goutee."
9) 1800 U.S. census records for Maryland, Caroline Co., Pritchard GOUTEE, p.10, 11010-10010-00.
10) Maryland, Caroline County Wills, Page: Libre JRC Folio 188, Text: Will written August 11, 1810 and probated March 5, 1811, Heirs in will of Alexander Griffith, Sr.: wife Mary, Sons: Alexander, Abraham and Abel, Daughters: Sophia ( wife of Aaron Lewis), Sarah (wife of Joshua Hobbs), Mary (wife of Pritchett Gouty) and Nancy Todd, Grandchildren: Henry and Thomas Griffith (sons of Thomas Griffith, deceased), John and Levi Griffith (sons of Abel Griffith), Alexander and William and Betsy Griffith (children of Aaron Griffith, deceased), Daughter-in-laws: Dorcas Griffith (widow of son Thomas Griffith) and Nancy Griffith (widow of son Aaron Griffith), Elihu Shearman, son of Mary Shearman.
11) A son of John Gouty and Elizabeth Pritchett, Zachariah Goutee, married Mary Stevens, February 6, 1807, Caroline County, License Book 1797 - 1815. Caroline County, Maryland Marriages, 1774-1815, 1807 February 6, Zacheriah GOUTEE md. Mary STEVENS, Caroline Co., MD. Caroline County, Maryland Marriages, 1774-1815, Zechariah Goutee, Mary Stevens, 06 Feb 1807. Zachariah Gouty died and his children were appointed a trustee by the orphans’ court. See Maryland Archives, 192 Laws of Maryland, Nov. Sess. 1812. (The Laws of Maryland, November Session 1812, page 192, Section 1 and Section 4.) The four children of Zachariah Gouty mentioned in the Laws of Maryland are listed as beneficiaries in the will of John Gouty, i.e., James Gouty, Mary Gouty, Lucretia Gouty and John Stevens Gouty. Pritchett Gouty named one of his sons Zachariah Gouty. Violetta Gouty married William Stevens on January 3, 1803, in Caroline County, Maryland. Also related to the four children of Zachariah Gouty, in his will, John Gouty appointed William Stevens “to watch out for them until they come of age.” From: "Marriage Records Pickaway County, Ohio, 1810- 1862" GOUTY, James to COOK, Ketterah on July 20, 1830, by Rev. William Baker. Also, Abstracts of Selected Guardian Bonds, Caroline County, Maryland, Book JR-D 10013, Page 15, James Andrew asks to be appointed trustee for sale of real estate of James Gowty, MaryGowty, Lucretia Gowty, John Stevens Gowty orphan children of Zachariah Gowty - a tract called "Church Grove" containing 73 acres. Dated 2nd Tuesday of June 1813.
12) Abel Gowty, 6 Jun 1826, Hester Pritchett, Maryland, Caroline County. ABEL GOWTY, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 3 April 1841, Recorded 23, Aug. 1842, Liber WAF-A Folio 299, Abel Gowty of Caroline County, Maryland, Wife: Esther, Son: John W. Gowty, Eliza Clark wife of Levin Clark now
residing in Indiana , William E. Gowty, Nancy Turner wife of Enoch Turner, Daughter: Sally Turner deceased, Daughter: Elizabeth J. Davis, Daughter: Mariah Patchett deceased, Son: Arnold Gowty.
13) Gessie, Indiana, The First 100 Years, Pritchett Gouty married second Mary Donovan in Pickaway County, Ohio, on January 13, 1817. Pritchett Gouty and Mary Donovan Gouty are buried in the Old Baptist Cemetery, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana.

193 Elizabeth Pritchett
born: About 1736, Maryland, USA
died: Probably between 1775 and 1785, Maryland, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZABETH PRITCHETT and her son PRITCHETT GOUTY
1) Gessie, Indiana, The First One Hundred Years 1872 - 1972, "The Gouty family came from France (name originally Goutier) to Dorcester County, Maryland, in 1670. Prichard Gouty was born July 4, 1766 and died May 12, 1837. He is buried in a cemetery near the Squire Shute farm. Pritchard's three sons, Henry, Thomas, and Zechariah came to Indiana in 1820.”
2) Caroline County Wills and Probate, JOHN GOWTY, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 28 October 1815, Recorded 21 Aug. 1818, Liber JR-C Folio 332; John Gowty of Caroline County, Maryland, Daughter: Rhoda Cannon, widow of Joshua Cannon; Son: Abel Gowty; Daughter: Britanna Willis; Son: Pritchel Gowty; Daughter: Centhea Nichols, widow of John Nichols; Daughter: Vility Stevens; Grandson: James Gowty; Granddaughter: Mary Gowty; Granddaughter: Lucretia Gowty; Grandson: John Stevens Gowty; Gives all to 4 grandchildren and appoints William Stevens to watch out for them until they come of age.
3) Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, MSA S 1527, Elizabeth, dau. of P. Pritchett of DO Co., m. by 17 Nov 1769, John Goutee (MWB 37:406; MDAD 65:9).
4) 1776 Census, Dorchester County, page 100, Gootee, John, 3 bz, 1 cx, 1 dx, 1 ez, 1 gx. John Gootee, 3 white women ages 10 to 16 (Rhoda), 1 white man age 16 to 21 (Abel), 1 white man age 21 to 30 (Pritchett), 1 white woman age 30 to 40 (Elizabeth Pritchett Gouty) married November 17, 1769, 1 white man age 50 and upwards (John Gootee, born 1726 or earlier?).
5) U. S. Federal Census, 1790 Caroline Co., MD, census, John GOUTY, p.37, 02 01 04 00 00; 1790 Federal Census - John Gouty, Free White Males of 16 Years & Upwards, including heads of families - 02 Free White Males under
16 years - -1; Free white females including heads of families - 04; All other free persons - 00; Slaves - 00.
6) 1800 U. S. Federal Census Caroline Co., MD, census, John GOUTEE, p.10, 01001-00100-00;
7) U. S. Census, 1800 Caroline Co., MD, census, Zachariah GOUTEE, p.10, 01100-00100-00.
8) Marriage record for John Goutee and Elizabeth Pritchett, Maryland Marriage References by Robert Barnes, MSA S 1527, "Elizabeth, dau. of P. Pritchett of DO Co., m. by 17 Nov 1769, John Goutee."
9) 1800 U.S. census records for Maryland, Caroline Co., Pritchard GOUTEE, p.10, 11010-10010-00.
10) Maryland, Caroline County Wills, Page: Libre JRC Folio 188, Text: Will written August 11, 1810 and probated March 5, 1811, Heirs in will of Alexander Griffith, Sr.: wife Mary, Sons: Alexander, Abraham and Abel, Daughters: Sophia ( wife of Aaron Lewis), Sarah (wife of Joshua Hobbs), Mary (wife of Pritchett Gouty) and Nancy Todd, Grandchildren: Henry and Thomas Griffith (sons of Thomas Griffith, deceased), John and Levi Griffith (sons of Abel Griffith), Alexander and William and Betsy Griffith (children of Aaron Griffith, deceased), Daughter-in-laws: Dorcas Griffith (widow of son Thomas Griffith) and Nancy Griffith (widow of son Aaron Griffith), Elihu Shearman, son of Mary Shearman.
11) A son of John Gouty and Elizabeth Pritchett, Zachariah Goutee, married Mary Stevens, February 6, 1807, Caroline County, License Book 1797 - 1815. Caroline County, Maryland Marriages, 1774-1815, 1807 February 6, Zacheriah GOUTEE md. Mary STEVENS, Caroline Co., MD. Caroline County, Maryland Marriages, 1774-1815, Zechariah Goutee, Mary Stevens, 06 Feb 1807. Zachariah Gouty died and his children were appointed a trustee by the orphans’ court. See Maryland Archives, 192 Laws of Maryland, Nov. Sess. 1812. (The Laws of Maryland, November Session 1812, page 192, Section 1 and Section 4.) The four children of Zachariah Gouty mentioned in the Laws of Maryland are listed as beneficiaries in the will of John Gouty, i.e., James Gouty, Mary Gouty, Lucretia Gouty and John Stevens Gouty. Pritchett Gouty named one of his sons Zachariah Gouty. Violetta Gouty married William Stevens on January 3, 1803, in Caroline County, Maryland. Also related to the four children of Zachariah Gouty, in his will, John Gouty appointed William Stevens “to watch out for them until they come of age.” From: "Marriage Records Pickaway County, Ohio, 1810- 1862" GOUTY, James to COOK, Ketterah on July 20, 1830, by Rev. William Baker. Also, Abstracts of Selected Guardian Bonds, Caroline County, Maryland, Book JR-D 10013, Page 15, James Andrew asks to be appointed trustee for sale of real estate of James Gowty, MaryGowty, Lucretia Gowty, John Stevens Gowty orphan children of Zachariah Gowty - a tract called "Church Grove" containing 73 acres. Dated 2nd Tuesday of June 1813.
12) Abel Gowty, 6 Jun 1826, Hester Pritchett, Maryland, Caroline County. ABEL GOWTY, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 3 April 1841, Recorded 23, Aug. 1842, Liber WAF-A Folio 299, Abel Gowty of Caroline County, Maryland, Wife: Esther, Son: John W. Gowty, Eliza Clark wife of Levin Clark now
residing in Indiana , William E. Gowty, Nancy Turner wife of Enoch Turner, Daughter: Sally Turner deceased, Daughter: Elizabeth J. Davis, Daughter: Mariah Patchett deceased, Son: Arnold Gowty.
13) Gessie, Indiana, The First 100 Years, Pritchett Gouty married second Mary Donovan in Pickaway County, Ohio, on January 13, 1817. Pritchett Gouty and Mary Donovan Gouty are buried in the Old Baptist Cemetery, Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana.

194 Alexander Griffith
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ALEXANDER GRIFFITH and his daughter MARY GRIFFITH
1) will of Alexander Griffith, Maryland Archives, Liber J. R. No. C, page 205, Caroline County, Made August 11, 1810, Probated March 5, 1811. "my daughter Mary Gowty wife of Pritchett Gowty"

196 Lt John Kerr
born: 1745, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
died: 02 October 1807, Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA noteworthy: served in the American Revolution as a LT in the Pennsylvania Militia; captured near Crooked Billet, PA Apr/May 1778; prisoner of war held on Long Island for over three years. Father of General and US Senator Joseph Kerr of Ohio. Grandfather of Joseph Kerr who was killed 6 March 1838 at the Alamo.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN KERR SENIOR and his son SAMUEL KERR
1) Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Will Book "B", page 331, #918. Will of John Kerr Sr., probated 21 October 1807.
2) Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Orson Kerr, pp. 387-388, The Lewis Publishing Company, 113 Adams Street, Chicago, 1888.
3) Robinson, Doane. History of South Dakota. 2 vols. Logansport, IN: B. F. Bowen, 1904, Robert Floyd Kerr, pages 1620-1622. Also see under Robert Floyd Kerr biography in "Memorial and biographical record; an illustrated compendium of biography, containing a compendium of local biography, including biographical sketches of prominent old settlers and representative citizens of South Dakota..." Published by G. A. Ogle & Co., Chicago, 1898. Page 254.
4) Kahn, Edythe T. John and Christiana Nisewanger Kerr, Jr., Their Ancestry and Descendants, 1745-1991 LaSalle, MI (12710 N. Lakeshore Dr., LaSalle 48145): E.T. Kahn, 1991. Also see, American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI), John Kerr, birth date 1740.
5) Will of Samuel Kerr, 08 October 1823, Franklin County, Ohio. Rings, Blanche Tipton, Francis Herbert Obetz, Margaret Scott, and Ohio Genealogical Society. Franklin County Chapter. Abstracted Wills, 1805-1831, from Franklin County, Ohio, Court Records, with Genealogical Notes. Columbus, Ohio (P.O. Box 09696, Columbus 43209): Franklin County Genealogical Society, 1982. “No. 0422 KERR, Samuel – Dec’d.”
6) 1800 United States Federal Census, Franklin, Franklin, Pennsylvania, Samuel Kerr, Males 16 thru 25 – 1; Females under 10 – 1; Females 16 thru 25 -1; Number of Household Members Under 16 – 1; Number of Household Members – 3.
7) Sons of the American Revolution application by Curtis Lynn Older in July 2015 for a supplemental membership under Lt John Kerr.
8) Edythe T. Kahn, John and Christiana Nisewanger Kerr, Jr., Their Ancestry and Descendants, 1745-1991 (LaSalle, MI: E. T. Kahn, 1991), page 17. Letter from John Kerr, Jr. to his grandson, Augustus Pomeroy Kerr, Jan. 20, 1851, , Mt. Hope, Gallia Co., Ohio. "my second brother and his wife died about 26 years ago on Big Darby 10 miles west of Columbus. He left a large family of which I know nothing."

197 Mary Dougherty
born: 1747, Peters Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA
died: 1819, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY DOUGHERTY and her son SAMUEL KERR
1) Will of Mary Kerr, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Will Book C, #1583, page 420, dated 13 December 1809 and probated 23 November 1815.
2) Will of John Kerr, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Will Book B, page 331, probated 21 October 1807.
3) Sons of the American Revolution application by Curtis Lynn Older in July 2015 for a supplemental membership under Lt John Kerr.

206 David Price - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

212 John Royer
born: probably circa 1743
died: after 18 April and before 1 June 1831, Rockingham County, Virginia.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN ROYER and his son PHILIP ROYER
1) Samuel Royer died intestate in 1763 in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. See Index to the intestate records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1729-1850, Name - Reier, Samuel, Year – 1763, Book - ___, Volume - ___, Page - ___.
See Lancaster Historical Society archive Inv 1764 F001 R – Reier, Samuel, "left several children some of whom were then minors."
See Lancaster Historical Society, probably Inv 1763 F001 R, five page document dated September 1763, page one - entitled Orphan's Court Order to assign Dower to Eve Unger late widow relict of Samuel Ryer; page two - first Tuesday in September 1765 petition of John Unger and Eve his wife late Eve Ryer widow and relict of Samuel Ryer late of Warwick Township, setting forth that the said Samuel Ryer died intestate, 150 acres, leaving issue four children; page three - labelled 1763 Return of the Widow Ryer's Dower; page four - division of land; page five - a drawing of the segments of land allocated to Eve Unger.
Also, The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society library contains the following index card as part of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Vital Records, 1750-2014, which shows the following: "Reyer Samuel, m Eve, 1. Samuel, 2. Henry, 3. John, 4. Juliana, wid Eve m John Unger. -Lanc. C. H. O. Ct., 1763, p. 106." The date on the actual typewritten document as obtained from the Lancaster Historical Society appears as 24 October 1764, not 1763. The document clearly shows a son of Samuel Royer who was named John. Also a son named Samuel who was the eldest of the four children of Samuel Royer.
2) John Royer (Johannes Reyer) of Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, married Maria Elisabetha Neu of Lebanon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on 20 October 1767. The wedding was officiated by Reverend Casper Stoever.
There are four different publications that list the wedding date and location:
i.) Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever, Baptismal and Marriage, 1730-1779, Harrisburg, PA.: Harrisburg Publishing Co. 1896, page 72, states, "Oct. 20. Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu. Warwick and Lebanon."
ii.) Pennsylvania Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages, 1730-1799, records the marriage of Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu on 20 Oct 1767 as taking place in Warwick and Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and cites as its source Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
iii.) Pennsylvania Church Records – Adams, Berks, and Lancaster Counties, 1729-1881, records the Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu marriage on 20 Oct 1767 as taking place in Lancaster Co., PA, and as obtained from the records of Reverend Stoever.
iv.) Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town Records, 1669-1999, records the marriage of Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neuin on 20 Oct 1767 but taking place at No Annville Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and at Hill Evangelical Lutheran.
Analysis of the situation leads us to conclude that the marriage unquestionably took place in Lancaster County. The confusion comes in when we look at the one entry which lists the location of the wedding at "No Annville Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania." Lebanon County was not formed until the year 1813 when it was formed from part of Lancaster County and Dauphin County.(10) Clearly, Lebanon County did not exist in 1767. When we search on "North Annville Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania," in Wikipedia, we find the following statement: "This area was originally part of Lebanon Township of Lancaster County and then Annville Township of Lebanon County."
A website, pagenweb.org, which lists the "Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever (all 1,429 marriages)" provides adequate clarification. That website gives the following listing for the Reyer – Neu wedding:

1767 10 20 Reyer, Johannes (Warwick) Neu, Maria Elisabetha (Lebanon)

This record indicates John Reyer was living in Warwick Township and Maria Elisabetha Neu was living in Lebanon Township. Both Warwick and Lebanon were townships in Lancaster County in 1767.
There is no Lebanon Township in Lancaster County in the year 2017. The Hill Evangelical Lutheran Church, we believe, refers to a church which Reverend Casper Stoever founded in 1733 and in August 2017 is located at 998 N. Mill Street in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. This church is about 15 miles north of Brickerville, where many members of the Reyer family lived. It is entirely possibly the Reyer – Neu wedding was held in this historic church which still stands today.
3) Maria Elisabetha Reyer is buried at the Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery in McGaheysville, Rockingham, Virginia. See Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery Records, McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, Survey Date 22 October 2003, Recorder – Bob & Lois Emswiler. "Reyer, Maria Elisabeth, Date of Birth – 12 Jun 1743, Date of Death – none, Headstone Notes – wife(?) of John Reiers, Remarks – Illegible marker 2003 – Inscriptions in German – recorded by John W. Wayland in 1930s. Also see: A History of Rockingham County Virginia by John W. Wayland, Ph.D., published by Ruebush-Elkins Company, Dayton, Virginia, 1912, for a probable listing of same. Also, for a partial listing of Peaked Mountain Church Records, see Wm. J. Hinke and Charles E. Kemper, The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 4 (April 1905), pp. 247-256.
4) Maria Elisabetha Neu was born 12 June 1743. See Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery Records, McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, Survey Date 22 October 2003, Recorder – Bob & Lois Emswiler. "Reyer, Maria Elisabeth, Date of Birth – 12 Jun 1743, Date of Death – none, Headstone Notes – wife(?) of John Reiers, Remarks – Illegible marker 2003 – Inscriptions in German – recorded by John W. Wayland in 1930s.
See John Walter Wayland, Virginia Valley Records – Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham, "Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery records". Wayland wrote on April 8, 1931: "Old graveyard at McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Va. On the N. W. side of the main road, around the old Lutheran (formerly Lutheran and German Reformed) Church."
5) John Royer and relatives attended the Peaked Mountain Church in McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, in the 1790s. See John Walter Wayland, Virginia Valley Records – Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham. "Peaked Mountain Church records."
6) John Royer died in Rockingham County, Virginia, after 18 April 1831 and before 1 June 1831. John Royer and his family is well documented in an 1841 Chancery Court case in Rockingham County, Virginia. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/.
7) Peter Royer was a son of John Royer. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017:
http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/.
Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio, also Catharine married to George Stumbough of Ohio, one Teney married to Peter of the County of Rockingham. John Royer left also Christian Royer of the state of Ohio, also Elizabeth married to Daniel Nunnemaker of the state of Ohio, she died in the lifetime of her father leaving the following children to wit Peter, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Nunnemaker all of the state of Ohio. The said John Royer also left by his last wife the said Barbary one son Henry Royer of the state of Ohio."
8) Virginia Births and Christenings, 1584-1917 lists a Peter Royer and wife, Elizabeth, son Jacob Royer, birth date 11 Dec 1800, Christening date 22 Feb 1801, at Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, VA.
9) Peter Royer was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. See Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 343-4, "The 1826 Indenture of Joseph Good", transcribed by Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush, Ph.D. "Based on his signature, the Jacob Royer who witnessed the indenture in 1826 was a son of Peter Royer who, like many members of the Good Family, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and died in Rockingham County. Jacob himself was born in Rockingham County in 1800 and died in the same county in 1885." Also see, An 1850 census record for District 56 and a half, Rockingham County, Virginia, indicates a Peter Boyer, age 76, born about 1774, in Pennsylvania. Ancestry.com indicates this record could be for a Peter Royer. We believe this record was for Peter Royer, not Peter Boyer.
The reason we make this statement is due to several factors. On the next line below this Peter appears an Addison Royer. We know Addison Royer was a son of Peter Royer from Addison's marriage record in 1856. We also know from the records of the Peaked Mountain Church Peter's wife was named Elizabeth. Peter and his wife Elizabeth are both shown as not able to read or write. We also see a Peter Boyer listed on the same page a few lines above. This Peter appears as age 62 and born in a state other than Virginia. This Peter probably was the son of Barbara Boyer, the second wife of John Royer.
10) Philip Royer was a son of John Royer. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/. Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio, also Catharine married to George Stumbough of Ohio, one Teney married to Peter of the County of Rockingham. John Royer left also Christian Royer of the state of Ohio, also Elizabeth married to Daniel Nunnemaker of the state of Ohio, she died in the lifetime of her father leaving the following children to wit Peter, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Nunnemaker all of the state of Ohio. The said John Royer also left by his last wife the said Barbary one son Henry Royer of the state of Ohio."
11) Elizabeth Royer married George Hartman. See Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond dated March 25, 1818. Also see, University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/. Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio,
12) John Royer served in the Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Militia in 1775. John Royer was a private serving under the command of a Captain Peter Grubb in the Warwick Township Association in the year 1775. See Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 7, pages 8 and 9.
13) No other record for John Royer of Warwick Township has been found related to his service in the American Revolution. However, there is a record for a John Royer in the Revolutionary War Battalions & Militia Index Cards 1775-1783. See Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, John Royer, Private, Associators and Militia, Volume 1, page 305. There is nothing on this card to indicate this John Royer was in Warwick Township, Lancaster County.
14) There is much evidence that Samuel Royer, the oldest brother of John Royer, served as a Captain in the American Revolution after moving to Cumberland County, PA. See Revolutionary War Battalions & Militia Index Cards 1775-1783, Volume 2, pages 414 and 440, Associators and Militia, Royer/Royar, Samuel, Captain. See S.A.R. membership application #66224 under Capt. Samuel Royer. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 6, page 88, A Class Roll of Capt. Samuel Roger's Company (being the fifth) of the First Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, Aug. 16th, 1780. Also see Series 5, Volume 6, page 511, First Company, Captain. Samuel Royar, July 31, 1777. Samuel would be one of the men to petition the state of Pennsylvania to create Franklin County from Cumberland County after the war. It would make sense that John Royer, a younger brother of Samuel, also would have served in some capacity during the American Revolution. See also, Virginia Shannon Fendrick, compiler, American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County (Chambersburg, PA: Historical Works Committee of the Franklin Co. Chapter, D.A.R., 1944). While Fendrick lists many men in her work who served under Captain Samuel Royer, she fails to include a biography on Captain Samuel Royer in her work.

213 Maria Elisabetha Neu
born: 12 June 1743, probably Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
died: after 1799, Rockingham County, Virginia.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARIA ELISABETHA NEU and her son PHILIP ROYER
1) Samuel Royer died intestate in 1763 in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. See Index to the intestate records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1729-1850, Name - Reier, Samuel, Year – 1763, Book - ___, Volume - ___, Page - ___.
See Lancaster Historical Society archive Inv 1764 F001 R – Reier, Samuel, "left several children some of whom were then minors."
See Lancaster Historical Society, probably Inv 1763 F001 R, five page document dated September 1763, page one - entitled Orphan's Court Order to assign Dower to Eve Unger late widow relict of Samuel Ryer; page two - first Tuesday in September 1765 petition of John Unger and Eve his wife late Eve Ryer widow and relict of Samuel Ryer late of Warwick Township, setting forth that the said Samuel Ryer died intestate, 150 acres, leaving issue four children; page three - labelled 1763 Return of the Widow Ryer's Dower; page four - division of land; page five - a drawing of the segments of land allocated to Eve Unger.
Also, The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society library contains the following index card as part of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Vital Records, 1750-2014, which shows the following: "Reyer Samuel, m Eve, 1. Samuel, 2. Henry, 3. John, 4. Juliana, wid Eve m John Unger. -Lanc. C. H. O. Ct., 1763, p. 106." The date on the actual typewritten document as obtained from the Lancaster Historical Society appears as 24 October 1764, not 1763. The document clearly shows a son of Samuel Royer who was named John. Also a son named Samuel who was the eldest of the four children of Samuel Royer.
2) John Royer (Johannes Reyer) of Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, married Maria Elisabetha Neu of Lebanon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on 20 October 1767. The wedding was officiated by Reverend Casper Stoever.
There are four different publications that list the wedding date and location:
i.) Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever, Baptismal and Marriage, 1730-1779, Harrisburg, PA.: Harrisburg Publishing Co. 1896, page 72, states, "Oct. 20. Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu. Warwick and Lebanon."
ii.) Pennsylvania Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages, 1730-1799, records the marriage of Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu on 20 Oct 1767 as taking place in Warwick and Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and cites as its source Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
iii.) Pennsylvania Church Records – Adams, Berks, and Lancaster Counties, 1729-1881, records the Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neu marriage on 20 Oct 1767 as taking place in Lancaster Co., PA, and as obtained from the records of Reverend Stoever.
iv.) Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town Records, 1669-1999, records the marriage of Johannes Reyer and Maria Elisabetha Neuin on 20 Oct 1767 but taking place at No Annville Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and at Hill Evangelical Lutheran.
Analysis of the situation leads us to conclude that the marriage unquestionably took place in Lancaster County. The confusion comes in when we look at the one entry which lists the location of the wedding at "No Annville Twp, Lebanon, Pennsylvania." Lebanon County was not formed until the year 1813 when it was formed from part of Lancaster County and Dauphin County.(10) Clearly, Lebanon County did not exist in 1767. When we search on "North Annville Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania," in Wikipedia, we find the following statement: "This area was originally part of Lebanon Township of Lancaster County and then Annville Township of Lebanon County."
A website, pagenweb.org, which lists the "Marriage Records of Rev. John Casper Stoever (all 1,429 marriages)" provides adequate clarification. That website gives the following listing for the Reyer – Neu wedding:

1767 10 20 Reyer, Johannes (Warwick) Neu, Maria Elisabetha (Lebanon)

This record indicates John Reyer was living in Warwick Township and Maria Elisabetha Neu was living in Lebanon Township. Both Warwick and Lebanon were townships in Lancaster County in 1767.
There is no Lebanon Township in Lancaster County in the year 2017. The Hill Evangelical Lutheran Church, we believe, refers to a church which Reverend Casper Stoever founded in 1733 and in August 2017 is located at 998 N. Mill Street in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. This church is about 15 miles north of Brickerville, where many members of the Reyer family lived. It is entirely possibly the Reyer – Neu wedding was held in this historic church which still stands today.
3) Maria Elisabetha Reyer is buried at the Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery in McGaheysville, Rockingham, Virginia. See Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery Records, McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, Survey Date 22 October 2003, Recorder – Bob & Lois Emswiler. "Reyer, Maria Elisabeth, Date of Birth – 12 Jun 1743, Date of Death – none, Headstone Notes – wife(?) of John Reiers, Remarks – Illegible marker 2003 – Inscriptions in German – recorded by John W. Wayland in 1930s. Also see: A History of Rockingham County Virginia by John W. Wayland, Ph.D., published by Ruebush-Elkins Company, Dayton, Virginia, 1912, for a probable listing of same. Also, for a partial listing of Peaked Mountain Church Records, see Wm. J. Hinke and Charles E. Kemper, The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 4 (April 1905), pp. 247-256.
4) Maria Elisabetha Neu was born 12 June 1743. See Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery Records, McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, Survey Date 22 October 2003, Recorder – Bob & Lois Emswiler. "Reyer, Maria Elisabeth, Date of Birth – 12 Jun 1743, Date of Death – none, Headstone Notes – wife(?) of John Reiers, Remarks – Illegible marker 2003 – Inscriptions in German – recorded by John W. Wayland in 1930s.
See John Walter Wayland, Virginia Valley Records – Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham, "Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery records". Wayland wrote on April 8, 1931: "Old graveyard at McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Va. On the N. W. side of the main road, around the old Lutheran (formerly Lutheran and German Reformed) Church."
5) John Royer and relatives attended the Peaked Mountain Church in McGaheysville, Rockingham County, Virginia, in the 1790s. See John Walter Wayland, Virginia Valley Records – Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham. "Peaked Mountain Church records."
6) John Royer died in Rockingham County, Virginia, after 18 April 1831 and before 1 June 1831. John Royer and his family is well documented in an 1841 Chancery Court case in Rockingham County, Virginia. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/.
7) Peter Royer was a son of John Royer. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017:
http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/.
Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio, also Catharine married to George Stumbough of Ohio, one Teney married to Peter of the County of Rockingham. John Royer left also Christian Royer of the state of Ohio, also Elizabeth married to Daniel Nunnemaker of the state of Ohio, she died in the lifetime of her father leaving the following children to wit Peter, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Nunnemaker all of the state of Ohio. The said John Royer also left by his last wife the said Barbary one son Henry Royer of the state of Ohio."
8) Virginia Births and Christenings, 1584-1917 lists a Peter Royer and wife, Elizabeth, son Jacob Royer, birth date 11 Dec 1800, Christening date 22 Feb 1801, at Peaked Mountain Church, McGaheysville, VA.
9) Peter Royer was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. See Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 343-4, "The 1826 Indenture of Joseph Good", transcribed by Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush, Ph.D. "Based on his signature, the Jacob Royer who witnessed the indenture in 1826 was a son of Peter Royer who, like many members of the Good Family, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and died in Rockingham County. Jacob himself was born in Rockingham County in 1800 and died in the same county in 1885." Also see, An 1850 census record for District 56 and a half, Rockingham County, Virginia, indicates a Peter Boyer, age 76, born about 1774, in Pennsylvania. Ancestry.com indicates this record could be for a Peter Royer. We believe this record was for Peter Royer, not Peter Boyer.
The reason we make this statement is due to several factors. On the next line below this Peter appears an Addison Royer. We know Addison Royer was a son of Peter Royer from Addison's marriage record in 1856. We also know from the records of the Peaked Mountain Church Peter's wife was named Elizabeth. Peter and his wife Elizabeth are both shown as not able to read or write. We also see a Peter Boyer listed on the same page a few lines above. This Peter appears as age 62 and born in a state other than Virginia. This Peter probably was the son of Barbara Boyer, the second wife of John Royer.
10) Philip Royer was a son of John Royer. See University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. The Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017:
http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/.
Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio, also Catharine married to George Stumbough of Ohio, one Teney married to Peter of the County of Rockingham. John Royer left also Christian Royer of the state of Ohio, also Elizabeth married to Daniel Nunnemaker of the state of Ohio, she died in the lifetime of her father leaving the following children to wit Peter, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Nunnemaker all of the state of Ohio. The said John Royer also left by his last wife the said Barbary one son Henry Royer of the state of Ohio."
11) Elizabeth Royer married George Hartman. See Rockingham County, VA, marriage records: George Hartman to Elizabeth Royer, daughter of Philip Royer, marriage bond dated March 25, 1818. Also see, University of Virginia, Chancery Records Index, Rockingham County, John Royer's administrator versus Peter Boyers et. al., Index Number 1842-002, Original Case Number 007. Also listed as 1842-02-CSC, Chancery Causes John Royer's Adm. vs Peter Boyer etc. Court Case took place in 1841. Record consists of 44 pages. Website at 22 July 2017: http://www.lva.virginia.gov/chancery/. Page 165_1842_002_0002 states the following: "The said John Royer at the time of his death had by a previous wife the following children, to wit, your orator (i.e., Peter Royer) & Catharine of Rockingham County, & Philip Royer since dead his wife also dead ? but the said Philip left the following children to wit: John Royer, Abraham Royer, Jonathan Royer, and Joseph Royer, one Betsy married George Hartman all of the state of Ohio,
12) John Royer served in the Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Militia in 1775. John Royer was a private serving under the command of a Captain Peter Grubb in the Warwick Township Association in the year 1775. See Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 7, pages 8 and 9.
13) No other record for John Royer of Warwick Township has been found related to his service in the American Revolution. However, there is a record for a John Royer in the Revolutionary War Battalions & Militia Index Cards 1775-1783. See Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, John Royer, Private, Associators and Militia, Volume 1, page 305. There is nothing on this card to indicate this John Royer was in Warwick Township, Lancaster County.
14) There is much evidence that Samuel Royer, the oldest brother of John Royer, served as a Captain in the American Revolution after moving to Cumberland County, PA. See Revolutionary War Battalions & Militia Index Cards 1775-1783, Volume 2, pages 414 and 440, Associators and Militia, Royer/Royar, Samuel, Captain. See S.A.R. membership application #66224 under Capt. Samuel Royer. Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 6, page 88, A Class Roll of Capt. Samuel Roger's Company (being the fifth) of the First Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, Aug. 16th, 1780. Also see Series 5, Volume 6, page 511, First Company, Captain. Samuel Royar, July 31, 1777. Samuel would be one of the men to petition the state of Pennsylvania to create Franklin County from Cumberland County after the war. It would make sense that John Royer, a younger brother of Samuel, also would have served in some capacity during the American Revolution. See also, Virginia Shannon Fendrick, compiler, American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County (Chambersburg, PA: Historical Works Committee of the Franklin Co. Chapter, D.A.R., 1944). While Fendrick lists many men in her work who served under Captain Samuel Royer, she fails to include a biography on Captain Samuel Royer in her work.

220 John Shute - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

222 Daniel McCartney - (probable - not documented)
born: 15 January 1768, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
died: 11 August 1847, Neoga Township, Cumberland County, Illinois, USA

223 Sarah Price - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

224 John Fox
born: Before 1735, Germany
died: After 17 January 1784, and Before December 4, 1784, Washington County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: Fox’s Gap in Maryland, on the Old Sharpsburg Road from Frederick to Sharpsburg, was named after him in the 1750s or 1760s. General Braddock and George Washington travelled that road in May 1755 during the Braddock Expedition. September 14, 1862, was the Battle of South Mountain which began at Fox’s Gap. Major General Jesse Reno and Confederate General Garland were both killed during the battle at Fox’s Gap.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN FOX and his son FREDERICK FOX
1) Will of John Fox, Court House, Washington County, Maryland, Book A, Liber 102, January 17, 1784. John Fox mentions his son Frederick four times in
his will as well as his wife Christina, oldest son Daniel, son Michael, daughters Magdelin and Rachael, and two granddaughters, Elizabeth and Catherine
?Furtnay? or ?Fortney?. Michael, a younger brother of Frederick, preceded Frederick to Ohio. News from Fox's Gap, Issue 3, Volume 2, June 1, 2002, published by The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox's Gap in Maryland, "Michael Fox of Fox's Gap in Maryland" by Lois Ann Baker. Also see Issue 4, Volume 2, "Michael Fox, a brother of Frederick, and The Fox - Beard Connection in Ohio" by Lois Ann Baker.
2) The Fox Genealogy including Metherd, Benner and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p.) 1924. 1 p. 1., (5)-172 p. 20 cm. 37-9439, CS71.F79, 1924. Appendix No. 1 states, “Mrs. Christiana (Fox) Allison who was the surviving great-granddaughter of John Frederick Fox, stated to the writer during an interview about two years prior to her death, that ‘the old man Fox's name was John Frederick’." The material in The Fox Genealogy was collected by the author, Daniel Gebhart Fox, about the year 1914 from members of the Fox family and from original source documents.
3) Obituary of John L. Fox, The Hoosier State newspaper, Newport, Indiana, Wednesday 11 January 1899, page 1, column 3. Names his parents as George Fox and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. Names a son as Daniel and names a grandfather as Frederick Fox of Maryland. He was buried in Highland township (Indiana). “He was the son of George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox. The father of our subject was a native of Maryland and a son of Frederick Fox, who was born on the ocean while his parents were emigrating to America. The Fox family first settled in Md., where they grand-father kept a tavern at the foot of Fox Mountain for many years.”
4) I. Daniel Rupp, Thirty-Thousand Names of Immigrants (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1971), 280-1. The name "Johan Friederich Fuchs" appears. “Johan Frederich Fuchs and his wife Christiana arrived at the port of Philadelphia on the ship Anderson, Captain Hugh Campbell, September 27, 1752. The date does not agree with the statement in the John L. Fox obituary that Frederick Fox was born on the ocean, but is within about 18 months of his birth date given in The Fox Genealogy. Also R. B. Strassburger and W. J. Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Lists of Arrivals (Norristown, Pa.: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934), 488-9. John Fox took the oath on arrival. The Rupp record certainly indicates there was a John Frederick Fox who arrived at Philadelphia in 1752 and who could very easily have followed the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road to what became Fox’s Gap.
5) History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical and historical record of Vermillion County, Indiana, published 1888, page 491. The article indicates John L. Fox owned 331 acres of choice land at one time in Highland Township. He was farming 186 acres at the time the book was published in 1888. It lists his parents as George and Elizabeth (Link) Fox and his grandfather as Frederick Fox. The obituary certainly substantiates material in The Fox Genealogy by D. G. Fox.
6) Land record near Fox’s Gap in Maryland mentions John Fox’s house. Grim's Fancy, Maryland State Archives, BC & GS 40, p. 114, Alexander Trim's certificate of survey, examined and passed 5 June 1765, [MdHR 17,451, 1-23- 4-5]. "On the North Side of the Main Road that leads from Frederick Town to Swearingen's Ferry and near to John Foxes House". The same information is contained on a Surname Card and a Land Plat Card in the The Arthur G. Tracey Collection in the Historical Society of Carroll County, Md., 210 East Main Street, Westminster, MD. 21157). The documents that the John Fox family was very near Fox’s Gap by at least June 1765. The Grim’s Fancy property appears to have been within at least a half mile of where the Reno Monument stands.
7) MdHR, 17,478, 1-23-4-34, Frederick Fox, patent for Addition to Friendship, May 27, 1805, 202 ac. Maryland State Archives, IC #P, 672-3. Frederick Fox was the first landowner of property where the Reno Monument stands at Fox’s Gap in Maryland. The property extended from Fox’s Gap along the Wood Road to Turner’s Gap. It an included about 80 acres at Turner’s Gap and about 80 acres at Fox’s Gap. Major fighting occurred at both Fox’s Gap and Turner’s Gap on this property at the Battle of South Mountain, September 14, 1862. The Reno Monument at Fox’s Gap and the Dahlgren Chapel at Turner’s Gap stand on this property. Addition to Friendship was a resurvey obtained by Frederick Fox out of the western shore land office by a special warrant of proclamation “to resurvey and affect the vacancy included in a resurvey made for him on the eighth day of June seventeen hundred and ninety five by the name of Friendship, the caution money for which had not been paid within the time limited by law. In pursuance whereof, a resurvey was made and a certificate thereof returned containing two hundred and two acres lying in the county aforesaid and called Addition to Friendship.”
8) The Moses Chapline Senior Administration Account papers submitted by the executors of the estate, bearing a date of Jun 19, 1766, mention the name of John Fox. See Frederick County, Maryland, The Account of Joseph and Jennett Chapline, executors of Moses Chapline, late of Frederick County deceased.
9) Letter from Jacob Reel to Michael and Frederick Fox, dated at Sharpsburg, Aug. 9, 1812, from a copy obtained from Robert H. Fox of Cincinnati, Ohio. "The following letter received and forwarded from Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio, Sept. 8, 1812, addressed to Msrs. Fredric(k) & Michael Fox, Franklin Township, Warren Co. Ohio". The letter informs Frederick and Michael of the death of their mother, Christina Fox. A copy of this letter is included in a CD-rom entitled Fox’s Gap in Maryland at the Frederick County Historical Society in Frederick, Maryland. Jacob Reel mentions Christina Fox twice in his will regarding a lot in Sharpsburg that he purchased from her.
10) A map of The Road from Swearingen’s Ferry on the Potomac River through Sharpsburgh to the Top of the South Mountain at Fox’s Gap was recorded on August 23, 1792, and is in the Maryland State Archives at Annapolis, Maryland. Maryland State Archives, Special Collections (MSA Map Collection) 507 "Road from Swearingen's Ferry on the Potomac River through
Sharpsburg to the top of the South Mountain at Fox's Gap." August 23, 1792. [MSA G1427-507, B5-1-3]. Maryland Bicentennial Commission and Maryland Historical Society Marker. Swearingen's Ferry and Pack Horse Ford. This marker is at the Rumsey Bridge on the Potomac River at Shepherdstown. State Roads Commission Marker. General Edward Braddock. This marker is on the square in Sharpsburg, Maryland.
11) A history of the roads through Fox’s Gap and Turner’s Gap is included in the two following books by Curtis L. Older: The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain (Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 1999) and The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland, (Westminster, Md: Heritage Books, 1995). Both books contain extensive material about Fox’s Gap and Turner’s Gap which are not far from Boonsboro, Maryland.

225 Christina (wife of John Fox)
born: Before 1740, Germany
died: Circa 09 August 1812, Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland, USA

226 Bartholomew Booker
born: Unknown, Germany
died: Circa 01 May 1792, Frederick County, Maryland USA
noteworthy: Probably supplied goods to General Braddock in 1755.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between BARTHOLOMEW BOOKER and his daughter CATHARINE BOOKER
1) Will of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County, Maryland, Register of Wills Records, GM-2-431, 1 October 1791. The will lists a daughter as Catharine and names wife Margaret and Frederick Fox his whole and sole Executors.

2) Age of Bartholomew Booker in late 1790 was 71 years. Frederick County Land Records, WR 9-607, agreement regarding Resurvey on Wooden Platter, Deposition of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County and State of Maryland, December 26th. 1790, The Deposition of Bartholomew Booker aged seventy-one years or thereabout.

3) Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records, Vol. 2, (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), p. 4; The Death Register of Zion Lutheran Church indicates "Catarin, wife of Friedrich Fuchs, bur. 4 Nov. 1800. Heb. 4:9."

4) Bartholomew Booker, Nov. Court 1768 Overseer of road from the top of Kitoctin Mtn. that leads to Robert Turner's & to the top of South Mtn. from where the road forks by Casper Schaaffs to the top of South Mtn. A Bartholomew Booker clearly lived in the vicinity of Turner's Gap and Fox's Gap in South Mountain. See related land records for Bartholomew Booker.

5) Will of Margaret Book (Booker), Frederick County Md Register of Wills Records GM-3-126, wife of Bartholomew Booker. The will was witnessed by Joseph Chapline and Catherine Fox. The will appointed Frederick Fox as her whole and sole Executor and was signed the 12th Day of May 1796. The will was probated 3 August 1796.

6) See The Fox Genealogy including Metherd, Benner and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p.) 1924 .

7) Frederick and Catharine Fox daughters Mary and Elizabeth Fox are mentioned in the will of Margaret Booker. See Frederick County, MD, Register of Wills Records, GM-3- 126, will of Margaret Book (Booker).

8) Photograph of Daniel Booker Fox, a son of Frederick Fox and a brother of George Fox, obtained from Alan Sentman, a member of The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox’s Gap in Maryland. Daniel Booker Fox was buried at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. Frederick and Catharine Booker Fox had a son they named Daniel Booker Fox.

9) The following books by Curtis Lynn Older give references to primary source records and indirect source records related to Bartholomew Booker, Margaret Booker, Frederick Fox, and Catharine Booker Fox: Printed Books - 1) The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland, 2) The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain; books on the Apple iBooks Store - 1) The Fox Genealogy by Daniel Gebhart Fox - Reprinted, Expanded, and Illustrated; 2) News from Fox's Gap, 3) The Land Records, Roads, and People of the Battlefield of South Mountain and Vicinity.

227 Margaret (wife of Bartholomew Booker)
born: circa ? per land record where he gives his age as ????
died: 1796
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between MARGARET (BOOKER) and her daughter CATHARINE BOOKER
1) Will of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County, Maryland, Register of Wills Records, GM-2-431, 1 October 1791. The will lists a daughter as Catharine and names wife Margaret and Frederick Fox his whole and sole Executors.

2) Age of Bartholomew Booker in late 1790 was 71 years. Frederick County Land Records, WR 9-607, agreement regarding Resurvey on Wooden Platter, Deposition of Bartholomew Booker, Frederick County and State of Maryland, December 26th. 1790, The Deposition of Bartholomew Booker aged seventy-one years or thereabout.

3) Frederick S. Weiser, ed., Zion Lutheran Church 1781-1826, Maryland German Church Records, Vol. 2, (Manchester, Md.: Noodle-Doosey Press, 1987), p. 4; The Death Register of Zion Lutheran Church indicates "Catarin, wife of Friedrich Fuchs, bur. 4 Nov. 1800. Heb. 4:9."

4) Bartholomew Booker, Nov. Court 1768 Overseer of road from the top of Kitoctin Mtn. that leads to Robert Turner's & to the top of South Mtn. from where the road forks by Casper Schaaffs to the top of South Mtn. A Bartholomew Booker clearly lived in the vicinity of Turner's Gap and Fox's Gap in South Mountain. See related land records for Bartholomew Booker.

5) Will of Margaret Book (Booker), Frederick County Md Register of Wills Records GM-3-126, wife of Bartholomew Booker. The will was witnessed by Joseph Chapline and Catherine Fox. The will appointed Frederick Fox as her whole and sole Executor and was signed the 12th Day of May 1796. The will was probated 3 August 1796.

6) See The Fox Genealogy including Metherd, Benner and Leiter descendants, giving biographies of the first and second generations, with sketches of the third generation, compiled by D. G. Fox, 1914. (n.p.) 1924 .

7) Frederick and Catharine Fox daughters Mary and Elizabeth Fox are mentioned in the will of Margaret Booker. See Frederick County, MD, Register of Wills Records, GM-3- 126, will of Margaret Book (Booker).

8) Photograph of Daniel Booker Fox, a son of Frederick Fox and a brother of George Fox, obtained from Alan Sentman, a member of The Society of the Descendants of Frederick Fox of Fox’s Gap in Maryland. Daniel Booker Fox was buried at the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery, Miamisburg, Ohio. Frederick and Catharine Booker Fox had a son they named Daniel Booker Fox.

9) The following books by Curtis Lynn Older give references to primary source records and indirect source records related to Bartholomew Booker, Margaret Booker, Frederick Fox, and Catharine Booker Fox: Printed Books - 1) The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland, 2) The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain; books on the Apple iBooks Store - 1) The Fox Genealogy by Daniel Gebhart Fox - Reprinted, Expanded, and Illustrated; 2) News from Fox's Gap, 3) The Land Records, Roads, and People of the Battlefield of South Mountain and Vicinity.

228 John Adam Link I
born: 03 October 1721, Grossgartach, Germany
died: 24 April 1805, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: a Patriot of the American Revolution
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN ADAM LINK I and his son JOHN ADAM LINK II
1) The Link Family; antecedants and descendants of John Jacob Link, 1417- 1951, with much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsburg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Stone, Burrier, Root, Houff, Stover, Turner, LaGrange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families. (Paris, Ill.) 1951. xiv. 872 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm. 53-22402. CS71.L7563 1951.
2) Will of John Adam Link I, made 26 July 1803, probated 25 May 1805, Frederick County, Maryland. (taken from pages 777 and 778 of The Link Family by Paxson Link)
3) John Adam Link I married Maria Elizabeth Miller on January 31, 1748, according to Augustus Lutheran Church records.(C1) The Hill Church record gives the date as "Second Sunday after Epiphany" in 1748.(C2).

229 Maria Elizabeth Miller
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARIA ELIZABETH MILLER and her son JOHN ADAM LINK II
1) The Link Family; antecedants and descendants of John Jacob Link, 1417- 1951, with much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsburg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Stone, Burrier, Root, Houff, Stover, Turner, LaGrange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families. (Paris, Ill.) 1951. xiv. 872 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm. 53-22402. CS71.L7563 1951.
2) Will of John Adam Link I, made 26 July 1803, probated 25 May 1805, Frederick County, Maryland. (taken from pages 777 and 778 of The Link Family by Paxson Link)
3) John Adam Link I married Maria Elizabeth Miller on January 31, 1748, according to Augustus Lutheran Church records.(C1) The Hill Church record gives the date as "Second Sunday after Epiphany" in 1748.(C2).

230 Alexander Ogle
born: 21 May 1730, near New Castle, Delaware, USA
died: Between 20 February 1783, and 21 March 1783, Frederick County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: Patriot of the American Revolution; see Sons of the American Revolution supplemental application by Curtis Lynn Older under Alexander Ogle.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ALEXANDER OGLE and his daughter JANE OGLE
1) Will of Alexander Ogle,

231 Martha (wife of Alexander Ogle)
born:
died:

232 John Adam Hillegas - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

233 Margaret Hallman - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

236 Hans Heinrich Yeakel (Weikel) - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

237 Susanna Heydrich - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

238 Christopher Weigner - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

239 Anna Schultz - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

240 Anthony A. Ricketts - (probable - not documented)
born: 29 October 1725, South River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
died:

241 Mary Ricketts - (probable - not documented)
born:
died:

242 Robert Wilson
born: 1718, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland
died: 18 August 1794, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: Served in the American Revolution; born where the British Open golf tournament sometimes is held, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland.

243 Mary Douglas
born: 1722, Bowls Plantation, Charles County, Maryland, USA
died: 27 June 1790, Bowls Plantation, Charles County, Maryland, USA

320 John Worth Senior
born: 19 May 1666, Nantucket, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 11 February 1731/32, Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN WORTH SENIOR and his son JOSEPH WORTH SENIOR
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, pages 825 and 826, John Worth, born May 19, 1666; married (September 22, 1684) Miriam daughter of Richard Gardner. His wife died about 1700, after which he removed to Martha’s Vineyard. There he was twice married.
2) National Genealogical Society Quarterly NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988, White, Elizabeth Pearson, and Coles, Edwin W., “Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Their Wandering Children”.
3) Johnson, Carol Clark, A Genealogical History of the Clark and Worth families and Other Puritan Settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Privately Printed, 1970, page 238.
4) Starbuck, Alexander. The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 825.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.
6) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 525, John Worth and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684* [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R.38.]; NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 630, Worth, Joseph, h. Lydia (d. Shubael Gorham and Puella), s. John and Miriam (Gardner) (first w.), , 1696, P.R. 38.

321 Miriam Gardner
born: 14 July 1665, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 1705, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MIRIAM GARDNER and her son JOSEPH WORTH SENIOR
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, pages 825 and 826, John Worth, born May 19, 1666; married (September 22, 1684) Miriam daughter of Richard Gardner. His wife died about 1700, after which he removed to Martha’s Vineyard. There he was twice married.
2) National Genealogical Society Quarterly NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988, White, Elizabeth Pearson, and Coles, Edwin W., “Joseph and Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Their Wandering Children”.
3) Johnson, Carol Clark, A Genealogical History of the Clark and Worth families and Other Puritan Settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Privately Printed, 1970, page 238.
4) Starbuck, Alexander. The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 825.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.
6) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 525, John Worth and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684* [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R.38.]; NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 630, Worth, Joseph, h. Lydia (d. Shubael Gorham and Puella), s. John and Miriam (Gardner) (first w.), , 1696, P.R. 38.

322 Shubael Gorham
born: 21 October 1667, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
died: 1750, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SHUBAEL GORHAM and his daughter LYDIA GORHAM
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 526, Worth, Joseph and Lydiah Goarham, both of N., Sept. 8, 1720.* [Joseph, s. John and Miriam (Gardner), and Lydia Gorham, d. Shubael (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)) and Puella (Hussey), P>R>38. Lediah Goarham, P.R.68.]
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 4:76, Shubael Gorham married on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts, in May 1695 Puella Hussey of Nantucket.
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 637, Shubael, ch. Joseph and Lydia, 6th, 5 mo. 1745, C.R.4. [h. Bethiah (d. Thomas Jenkins and Judith), s. Joseph and Lydia (Gorham), P.R.38.]
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, husband of Lydia (daughter of Shubael Gorham and Puella), son of John and Miriam (Gardner) Worth (first wife): , 1696.
6) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
7) Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
8) Barnstable Co. Prob. 8:265 (Shubael Gorham).
9) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901), 195. Joseph Worth, was born on Nantucket in 1696 as one of John and Miriam Worth's sevenchildren.
10) Nantucket Vital Records, 4:526.
11) Otis G. Hammond, "Marriages in Nantucket, 1717-1777." On 8 September 1720 there was recorded at Nantucket the marriage of Joseph to Lydia Gorham, an "off-islander" with strong Nantucket connections.
12) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 3:555, Lydiah (Goarham) Gorham and Joseph Worth, both of Nantucket, September 8, 1720.
13) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); 425; microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
14) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853): 181-82; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records, 255.

323 Puella Hussey
born: 10 10mo 1677; Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: Before 23 September 1748, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PUELLA HUSSEY and her daughter LYDIA GORHAM
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 526, Worth, Joseph and Lydiah Goarham, both of N., Sept. 8, 1720.* [Joseph, s. John and Miriam (Gardner), and Lydia Gorham, d. Shubael (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)) and Puella (Hussey), P.R. 38. Lediah Goarham, P.R.68.]
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 4:76, Shubael Gorham married on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts, in May 1695 Puella Hussey of Nantucket.
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 637, Shubael, ch. Joseph and Lydia, 6th, 5 mo. 1745, C.R.4. [h. Bethiah (d. Thomas Jenkins and Judith), s. Joseph and Lydia (Gorham), P.R.38.]
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Volume 2, page 630, Joseph Worth, husband of Lydia (daughter of Shubael Gorham and Puella), son of John and Miriam (Gardner) Worth (first wife): , 1696.
6) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
7) Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift,
Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
8) Barnstable Co. Prob. 8:265 (Shubael Gorham).
9) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901), 195. Joseph Worth, was born on Nantucket in 1696 as one of John and Miriam Worth's seven children.
10) Nantucket Vital Records, 4:526.
11) Otis G. Hammond, "Marriages in Nantucket, 1717-1777." On 8 September 1720 there was recorded at Nantucket the marriage of Joseph to Lydia Gorham, an "off-islander" with strong Nantucket connections.
12) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 3:555, Lydiah (Goarham) Gorham and Joseph Worth, both of Nantucket, September 8, 1720.
13) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); 425; microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
14) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853): 181-82; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records, 255.

324 Jethro Starbuck
born: 14 December 1671, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 12 August 1770, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JETHRO STARBUCK and his son WILLIAM STARBUCK
1) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols. 1847-2009., page 181, 1853, A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662, Communicated by Wm. C. Folger, of Nantucket, Corresponding Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, “Jethro ye son of Nathaniel Starbuck was born ye 14th of Dec. 1671.”
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. Nathaniell, Dec. 14, 1671. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), 14th, 12 mo., P.R. 38.].
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 544, Starbuck, Jethro, h. Dorcas, 12th. 8 mo. 1770, C.R. 4. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), a. 98 y. 8 m., P.R. 38, a. 98 y. 8 m. 6 d., P.R. 63.].
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 512, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. H. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.].
5) NVR to 1850, Death, page 549, Starbuck, William, [dup. h. Anna], ch. Jethro and Dorcas, 17th, 10 mo. 1760, C.R. 4. [h. Anna (Folger), h. Lydia
(Coleman), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.].
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec’d and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720, in N., C.R. 4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].

325 Dorcas Gayer
born: 29 August 1675, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 11 December 1747, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DORCAS GAYER and her son WILLIAM STARBUCK
1) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols. 1847-2009., page 181, 1853, A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662, Communicated by Wm. C. Folger, of Nantucket, Corresponding Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, “Jethro ye son of Nathaniel Starbuck was born ye 14th of Dec. 1671.”
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. Nathaniell, Dec. 14, 1671. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), 14th, 12 mo., P.R. 38.].
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 544, Starbuck, Jethro, h. Dorcas, 12th. 8 mo. 1770, C.R. 4. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), a. 98 y. 8 m., P.R. 38, a. 98 y. 8 m. 6 d., P.R. 63.].
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 512, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. H. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.].
5) NVR to 1850, Death, page 549, Starbuck, William, [dup. h. Anna], ch. Jethro and Dorcas, 17th, 10 mo. 1760, C.R. 4. [h. Anna (Folger), h. Lydia (Coleman), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.].
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec’d and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720, in N., C.R. 4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].




326 Peter Folger 2nd
born: 28 October 1674, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: Before 19 June 1707, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PETER FOLGER 2nd and his daughter ANNA FOLGER
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, p. 512, “Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. h. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.]
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28,
Marriages 4:404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec'd and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720 in N., C.R.4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.];
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 1:468. Folger, Anna, d. Peter, 25th, 3 mo., 1703. [first w. William Starbuck (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), 25th 5 mo., P.R. 38.]
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, p. 540, Starbuck, Anna (Folger), w. William, 6th, 9 mo. 1748, C.R. 4. [first w. William (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter Folger and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 273, Folger, Peter 2d, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38. His will was probated 19 June 1707.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 71, Barnard, Nathaniell Jr. and Judith Folger, both of N., 1st, 12 mo., “called February,” 1709, in N., C.R. 4. [Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), and Judith Folger, wid. Peter 2d. d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
8) NEHGS Register, Volume 16, page 274, The Folger Family, compiled by William Coleman Folger of Nantucket, a Corresponding Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society.
9) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 43, C.R. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), formerly w. Peter Folger 2nd, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
10) NEHG Register, “The Coffin Family”, April 1870, Vol. 24, page 152.
11) NVR to 1850, Deaths, pages 42 and 43, Barnard, Judith Folger, [dup. second] w. Nathaniel, 2d, 12 mo. 1760, C.R. 4. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard)), formerly w. Peter Folger 2d, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.].
12) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 291, Coffin, Judith, w. Peter Folger 2d (s. Eleazar and Sarah), w. Nathaniel Barnard Jr., w. Stephen Willcox, d. Stephen and Mary (Bunker), , P.R. 38.





327 Judith Coffin
born: About 1672, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: 02 December 1760, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JUDITH COFFIN and her daughter ANNA FOLGER
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, p. 512, “Starbuck, William, s. Jethro [dup. Jethero], July 22, 1699. [ch. Jethro and Dorcas, C.R. 4. h. Anna (d. Peter Folger and Judith), h. Lydia (d. Jeremiah Coleman and Sarah), s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), P.R. 38.]
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28,
Marriages 4:404, Starbuck, William, s. Jethro of N., and Anna Folger, d. Peter dec'd and Judith of N., 9th, 10 mo. 1720 in N., C.R.4. [William, s. Jethro and Dorcas (Gayer), and Anna Folger, d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.];
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, 1:468. Folger, Anna, d. Peter, 25th, 3 mo., 1703. [first w. William Starbuck (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter and Judith (Coffin), 25th 5 mo., P.R. 38.]
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, p. 540, Starbuck, Anna (Folger), w. William, 6th, 9 mo. 1748, C.R. 4. [first w. William (s. Jethro and Dorcas), d. Peter Folger and Judith (Coffin), P.R. 38.].
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 273, Folger, Peter 2d, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38. His will was probated 19 June 1707.
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 71, Barnard, Nathaniell Jr. and Judith Folger, both of N., 1st, 12 mo., “called February,” 1709, in N., C.R. 4. [Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), and Judith Folger, wid. Peter 2d. d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
8) NEHGS Register, Volume 16, page 274, The Folger Family, compiled by William Coleman Folger of Nantucket, a Corresponding Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society.
9) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 43, C.R. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), formerly w. Peter Folger 2nd, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
10) NEHG Register, “The Coffin Family”, April 1870, Vol. 24, page 152.
11) NVR to 1850, Deaths, pages 42 and 43, Barnard, Judith Folger, [dup. second] w. Nathaniel, 2d, 12 mo. 1760, C.R. 4. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard)), formerly w. Peter Folger 2d, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.].
12) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 291, Coffin, Judith, w. Peter Folger 2d (s. Eleazar and Sarah), w. Nathaniel Barnard Jr., w. Stephen Willcox, d. Stephen and Mary (Bunker), , P.R. 38.




384 Jacob Gouty
born: About 1691-6, (probably Dorchester County), Maryland, USA
died: 09 March 1779, (probably Dorchester County), Maryland, USA

385 Margery Pritchett
born:
died:

386 Phunback Pritchett
born: After 1695, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
died: Between 26 August and 17 November 1769, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PHUNBACK PRITCHETT and his daughter ELIZABETH PRITCHETT
1) Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, MSA S 1527, Elizabeth, dau. of P. Pritchett of DO Co., m. by 17 Nov 1769, John Goutee (MWB 37:406; MDAD 65:9).
2) Will of Phunback Prichett - Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Book 37, Liber Wd2, Sheet 406, Maryland State Archives, MSA Sm16, Roll No. Sr4431; Written: August 26, 1769, Recorded: November 17, 1769. To my daughter Elizabeth Goutee one gold guinea.
3) Dorchester County Inventories, Accounts, Bonds and Final Distributions, Liber 65, Folio 9, 12 Nov. 1770 Account of Jabez Pritchet for Phunback Pritchet Paid monies to: Arthur Pritchet, Thomas Pritchet, Rachel Willing legacy paid to her husband John Willing, Elizabeth Goutee a legacy paid to her husband John Goutee Sureties: Arthur Pritchet, John Wingate.

387 wife of Phunback Pritchett unknown
born: Unknown, Unknown
died: Unknown, Unknown

394 John Dougherty
born: Unknown
died: after 13 February 1777 and before 12 November 1777
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN DOUGHERTY and his daughter MARY DOUGHERTY
1) Will of John Dougherty, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Wills, Book C, No. 39, Pages 63 through 66
2) American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County Pennsylvania, compiled by Virginia Shannon Fendrick, published by Historical Works Committee of the Franklin county Chapter DAR, page 150, JOHN KERR.

395 Eleanor Blair – probable
born: unknown
died: unknown
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELINOR BLAIR and her daughter MARY DOUGHERTY
1) Will of John Dougherty, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Wills, Book C, No. 39, Pages 63 through 66
2) American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County Pennsylvania, compiled by Virginia Shannon Fendrick, published by Historical Works Committee of the Franklin county Chapter DAR, page 150, JOHN KERR.


456 John Jacob Link
born: 20 October 1682, Grossgartach, Germany
died: April 1738, Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA
noteworthy: ancestor of United States President Dwight David Eisenhower; landed at Philadelphia on 28 August 1733, on the English ship "Hope"
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN JACOB LINK and his son JOHN ADAM LINK I
1) The Link Family; antecedants and descendants of John Jacob Link, 1417- 1951, with much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsburg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Stone, Burrier, Root, Houff, Stover, Turner, LaGrange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families. (Paris, Ill.) 1951. xiv. 872 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm. 53-22402. CS71.L7563 1951.
2) John Jacob Link (Hanss Jacob Linckh) was born 20 October 20 1682 in Grossgartach, Germany, per St. Lorenz Protestant Church record in Grossgartach, Germany.
3) Marriage date of John Jacob Link and Anna Magdalena Neuwirth is from the Protestant Church record at Biberach, Germany, 03 September 1720.
4) Date of death taken from St. Joseph Lutheran and Reformed Church record, Pike Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
5) John Adam Link I was born 13 October 1721 at Grossgartach, Germany, and was baptized 14 October 1721. John Adam Christ from Biberach, Lorenz Flinspach, a waggonmaker, and Max Eckstein were godparents. His birth date is from a record of St. Lorenz Protestant Church, Grossgartach, Germany.

457 Anna Magdalena Neuwirth
born: 13 August 1692, Biberach, Germany
died: unknown, Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA
noteworthy: ancestor of United States President Dwight David Eisenhower; landed at Philadelphia on 28 August 1733, on the English ship "Hope"
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ANNA MAGDALENA NEUWIRTH and her son JOHN ADAM LINK I
1) The Link Family; antecedants and descendants of John Jacob Link, 1417- 1951, with much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsburg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Stone, Burrier, Root, Houff, Stover, Turner, LaGrange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families. (Paris, Ill.) 1951. xiv. 872 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm. 53-22402. CS71.L7563 1951.
2) Birth date and marriage date for Anna Magdalena Neuwirth are from the Protestant Church record at Biberach, Germany. She married John Jacob Link 03 September 1720.
3) John Adam Link I was born 13 October 1721 at Grossgartach, Germany, and was baptized 14 October 1721. John Adam Christ from Biberach, Lorenz Flinspach, a waggonmaker, and Max Eckstein were godparents. His birth date is from a record of St. Lorenz Protestant Church, Grossgartach, Germany.

460 Thomas Ogle
born: 1666, near New Castle, Delaware, USA
died: 1734, near New Castle, Delaware, USA
noteworthy: Ogleton, Delaware, was named after him; Ogle County, Illinois, was named after one of his grandsons.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
THOMAS OGLE and his son ALEXANDER OGLE
1)

461 Elizabeth Graham
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZABETH GRAHAM and her son ALEXANDER OGLE
1)

640 William Worth
born: about 1640 in England
died: 1724, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: first non-Indian couple to be married on Nantucket
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM WORTH and his son JOHN WORTH SENIOR
1) Macy, Sylvanus, Macy: Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635-1868, (Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868).
2) Nantucket Historical Association website, William Worth and Sarah Macy were the first Caucasian couple to be married on Nantucket Island on 11 April 1665.
Johnson, Carol Clark, A Genealogical History of the Clark and Worth families and Other Puritan Settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Privately Printed, 1970, page 238.
3) Starbuck, Alexander. The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 825.
4) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner). Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 525, John Worth and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684* [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R.38.]; NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 532, Worth, William and Sarah Macy, Apr. 11, 1665, Intention not recorded, [William, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., and Sarah Macy, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, “m’d . . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38.].
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 174, Macy, Sarah and William Worth, Apr. 11, 1665, Intention not recorded, [Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, and William Worth, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., “m’d. . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38].
8) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Macy, Sarah, w. William Worth (s. John of England), d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 6th [dup. 8th], 1 mo. 1646, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
9) Nantucket Vital Records, Births, 629, Worth, John, s. Will[ia]m, May 19, 1666. [h. Miriam (d. Richard Gardner Sr. and Sarah), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson of Edgartown, h. Dorcas (wid. Benjamin Hawes, d. Benjamin Smith Esq. of "the Vineyard"). s. William and Sarah (Macy). 19th. 5 mo., P.R.38].
10) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.



640. Sarah Macy
born: 01 August 1646, Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA
died: 1701, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SARAH MACY and her son JOHN WORTH SENIOR
1) Macy, Sylvanus, Macy: Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635-1868, (Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868).
2) Nantucket Historical Association website, William Worth and Sarah Macy were the first Caucasian couple to be married on Nantucket Island on April 11, 1665.
Johnson, Carol Clark, A Genealogical History of the Clark and Worth families and Other Puritan Settlers in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Privately Printed, 1970, page 238.
3) Starbuck, Alexander. The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 825.
4) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.
5) Nantucket Vital Records, Marriages, 525, John Worth and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684* [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R.38.]; NGSQ 76:275-77, December, 1988.
6) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 532, Worth, William and Sarah Macy, Apr. 11, 1665, Intention not recorded, [William, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., and Sarah Macy, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, “m’d . . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38.].
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 174, Macy, Sarah and William Worth, Apr. 11, 1665, Intention not recorded, [Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, and William Worth, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., “m’d. . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38].
8) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, Macy, Sarah, w. William Worth (s. John of England), d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 6th [dup. 8th], 1 mo. 1646, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
9) Nantucket Vital Records, Births, 629, Worth, John, s. Will[ia]m, May 19, 1666. [h. Miriam (d. Richard Gardner Sr. and Sarah), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson of Edgartown, h. Dorcas (wid. Benjamin Hawes, d. Benjamin Smith Esq. of "the Vineyard"). s. William and Sarah (Macy). 19th. 5 mo., P.R.38].
10) Nantucket Vital Records, Deaths, 614, John Worth, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R.38; tombstone of John Worth.

642 Thomas Gardner
born:
died:

643 Margaret Fryer
born:
died:

644 John Gorham
born: Before 28 January 1620/1, Benefield, Northamptonshire, England
died: 05 February 1676/7, Swansea, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: died from injuries sustained in King Philips War
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN GORHAM and his son SHUBAEL GORHAM
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 526, Worth, Joseph and Lydiah Goarham, both of N., Sept. 8, 1720.* [Joseph, s. John and Miriam (Gardner), and Lydia Gorham, d. Shubael (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)) and Puella (Hussey), P.R.38. Lediah Goarham, P.R.68.]
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 4:76, Shubael Gorham married on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts, in May 1695 Puella Hussey of Nantucket.
5) Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
6) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901.
7) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
8) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853),; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records.

645 Desire Howland
born: about 1625 or 1626, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
died: 13 October 1683, (?Barnstable?), Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: one of the very first children born in American to the Mayflower passengers
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DESIRE HOWLAND and her son SHUBAEL GORHAM
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 526, Worth, Joseph and Lydiah Goarham, both of N., Sept. 8, 1720.* [Joseph, s. John and Miriam (Gardner), and Lydia Gorham, d. Shubael (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)) and Puella (Hussey), P.R.38. Lediah Goarham, P.R.68.]
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 4:76, Shubael Gorham married on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts, in May 1695 Puella Hussey of Nantucket.
5) Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
6) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901.
7) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
8) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853),; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records.

646 Stephen Hussey
born: 08 June 1632, Lynn Massachusetts, USA
died: 02 April 1718, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
STEPHEN HUSSEY and his daughter PUELLA HUSSEY
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 152, Bunker, Martha, w. Stephen Hussey (s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate), d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1656, P.R. 38.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Martha and Stephen Hussey, Oct. 8, 1676. Intention not recorded. [Martha, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Hussey, s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate (Bechelder), P.R. 38].
3) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont, page 779.
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 183, Hussey, Puella, d. Stephen, Oct. 10, 1677. [w. Shubael Gorham (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)), d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), 10th, 10 mo., P.R. 38].
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 31.

647 Martha Bunker
born: 01 November 1656, Topsfield, Massachusetts, USA
died: 21 November 1744, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARTHA BUNKER and her daughter PRICILLA PUELLA HUSSEY
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 152, Bunker, Martha, w. Stephen Hussey (s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate), d. George and Jane Godfrey, _____, 1656, P.R. 38.
2) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Martha and Stephen Hussey, Oct. 8, 1676. Intention not recorded. [Martha, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Hussey, s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate (Bechelder), P.R. 38.].
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, Hussey, Martha, w. Stephen (s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate), d. George Bunker and Jane Godfrey, 21st, 9 mo. 1744, P.R. 38. [wid. Stephen, a. 87 y. 10 m., P.R. 63].
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 183, Hussey, Puella, d. Stephen, Oct. 10, 1677. [w. Shubael Gorham (s. Capt. John of Barnstable and Desire (Howland)), d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), 10th, 10 mo., P.R. 38].
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May _____, 1695, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) The will of Stephen Hussey, “17th, 5th month [August 17], 1716, names his wife, Martha Hussey, and a daughter, Puella Gorham.

648 Nathaniel Starbuck
born: 20 February 1634/5, Dover Stafford, New Hampshire, USA
died: 06 June 1719, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between NATHANIEL STARBUCK and his son JETHRO STARBUCK
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N. H.], P.R. 38.].
2) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 (see Haverhill Vital Records), P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Births, page 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. Nathaniell, Dec. 14, 1671. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), 14th, 12 mo., P.R. 38].
4) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 544, Starbuck, Jethro, h. Dorcas, 12th. 8 mo. 1770, C.R. 4. [h. dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), a. 98 y. 8 m., P.R. 38. A. 98 y. 8 m. 6 d., P.R. 63].
5) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont.
6) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., page 181, 1853, A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662, Communicated by Wm. C. Folger, of Nantucket, Corresponding Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, “Jethro ye son of Nathaniel Starbuck was born ye 14th of Dec. 1671.”
7) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 396, Starbuck, Jethro and Dorcas Gayer, 6th, 10 mo. 1694. Intention not recorded. [Jethro, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), and Dorcas Gayer Jr., d. William and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), P.R. 38].

649 Mary Coffin
born: 20 February 1644/5, Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA
died: 13 November 1717, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: the cornerstone of the Quaker faith on Nantucket Island
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY COFFIN and her son JETHRO STARBUCK
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N. H.], P.R. 38.].
2) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 (see Haverhill Vital Records), P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Births, page 501, Starbuck, Jethro, s. Nathaniell, Dec. 14, 1671. [h. Dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), 14th, 12 mo., P.R. 38].
4) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 544, Starbuck, Jethro, h. Dorcas, 12th. 8 mo. 1770, C.R. 4. [h. dorcas (d. William Gayer and Dorcas), s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), a. 98 y. 8 m., P.R. 38. A. 98 y. 8 m. 6 d., P.R. 63].
5) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont.
6) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., page 181, 1853, A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662, Communicated by Wm. C. Folger, of Nantucket, Corresponding Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, “Jethro ye son of Nathaniel Starbuck was born ye 14th of Dec. 1671.”
7) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 396, Starbuck, Jethro and Dorcas Gayer, 6th, 10 mo. 1694. Intention not recorded. [Jethro, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin), and Dorcas Gayer Jr., d. William and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), P.R. 38].

650 William Gayer
born: Between 1624 and 1653, unknown
died: 23 September 1710, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: his brother was a Knight in England and high up in the British administration that ran India (TO DO)
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
WILLIAM GAYER and his daughter DORCAS GAYER
1) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont.
2) Savage, James, Dictionary of First Settlers of New England, 136, WILLIAM, Nantucket, m. Dorcas, d. of Nathaniel Starbuck, had Damaris, b. 24 Oct. 1673; Dorcas, 29 Aug. 1675; and William, 3 June 1677. His w. d. a. 1696; and he d. 23 Sept. 1710, hav. had ano. w. but no ch.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 326, Gayer, Dorcas, first w. William of Devonshire Co., Engl., d. Edward Starbuck 1st and Catharine Reynolds, , 8 mo. 1696, P.R. 38.
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., pages 297-302, July, 1877, “The Gayer Family”, Communicated by William C. Folger, Esq., of Nantucket, Mass., Corresponding Member of the N.E. Historic, Genealogical Society.
5) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 542, Starbuck, Dorcas [dup. w. Jethro], 11th, 10 mo. 1747, C.R. 4. [Dorcas Jr., w. Jethro (s. Nathaniel and Mary), d. William Gayer and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), 11th, 10 mo., a. 72, P.R. 38. W. Jethro, 10th, 11 mo., P.R. 63].
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 83, Gayer, Dorcas, d. Will[ia]m, Aug. 29, 1675. [Dorcas Jr., w. Jethro Starbuck (s. Nathaniel and Mary), d. William and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), 29th, 8 mo., P.R. 38].
7) Will of William Gayer, Nantucket County Records of Wills, Book I, page 28, Vol. XXXI. 27.

651 Dorcas Starbuck
born: After 1635, probably Nantucket, Massacusetts, USA
died: 29 August 1675 to December 11, 1747, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DORCAS STARBUCK and her daughter DORCAS GAYER
1) The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers by Alexander Starbuck, Charles F. Tuttle Company, publishers, Rutland, Vermont.
2) Savage, James, Dictionary of First Settlers of New England, 136, WILLIAM, Nantucket, m. Dorcas, d. of Nathaniel Starbuck, had Damaris, b. 24 Oct. 1673; Dorcas, 29 Aug. 1675; and William, 3 June 1677. His w. d. a. 1696; and he d. 23 Sept. 1710, hav. had ano. w. but no ch.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 326, Gayer, Dorcas, first w. William of Devonshire Co., Engl., d. Edward Starbuck 1st and Catharine Reynolds, , 8 mo. 1696, P.R. 38.
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., pages 297-302, July, 1877, “The Gayer Family”, Communicated by William C. Folger, Esq., of Nantucket, Mass., Corresponding Member of the N.E. Historic, Genealogical Society.
5) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 542, Starbuck, Dorcas [dup. w. Jethro], 11th, 10 mo. 1747, C.R. 4. [Dorcas Jr., w. Jethro (s. Nathaniel and Mary), d.
William Gayer and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), 11th, 10 mo., a. 72, P.R. 38. W. Jethro, 10th, 11 mo., P.R. 63].
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 83, Gayer, Dorcas, d. Will[ia]m, Aug. 29, 1675. [Dorcas Jr., w. Jethro Starbuck (s. Nathaniel and Mary), d. William and Dorcas (Starbuck) (first w.), 29th, 8 mo., P.R. 38].
7) Will of William Gayer, Nantucket County Records of Wills, Book I, page 28, Vol. XXXI. 27.


652 Eleazer Folger
born: 1648, Edgartown, Duke, Massachusetts, USA
died: 19 December 1716, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: an uncle of Benjamin Franklin
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELEAZER FOLGER and his son PETER FOLGER 2nd
1) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1862, Folger Family, page 271; Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 475, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter [q.v.] and Mary Morrell, , 1648, P.R.38.
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, page 261, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1716, P.R. 38, [Eleazer 1st, a. 68 y. 6 m., P.R. 63.].
3) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Marriages 3:447, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Folger, Eleazer, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, and Sarah Gardner, d. Richard 1st. and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1671, P.R. 38. (Intention not recorded.).
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, July 18??, Folger Family, page 270.
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].
6) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, April 18??, page 182, A
Record of Births, Deaths and Marriages, “Peter ye son of Eleazer Folger was born ye 28 Aug. 1674.”
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 272, Folger, Peter 2nd, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38.

653 Sarah Gardner
born: About 1655, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
died: Between 1677 and 1745, probably Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: An aunt of Benjamin Franklin
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SARAH GARDNER and her son PETER FOLGER 2nd
1) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1862, Folger Family, page 271; Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 475, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter [q.v.] and Mary Morrell, , 1648, P.R.38.
2) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, page 261, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1716, P.R. 38, [Eleazer 1st, a. 68 y. 6 m., P.R. 63.].
3) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Marriages 3:447, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Folger, Eleazer, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, and Sarah Gardner, d. Richard 1st. and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1671, P.R. 38. (Intention not recorded.).
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, July 18??, Folger Family, page 270.
5) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].
6) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, April 18??, page 182, A
Record of Births, Deaths and Marriages, “Peter ye son of Eleazer Folger was born ye 28 Aug. 1674.”
7) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 272, Folger, Peter 2nd, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38.


654 Stephen Coffin
born: 11 July 1652, Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
died: 14 November 1734, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
STEPHEN COFFIN and his daughter JUDITH COFFIN
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 71, Barnard, Nathaniell Jr. and Judith Folger, both of N., 1st, 12 mo., “called February,” 1709, in N., C.R. 4. [Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), and Judith Folger, wid. Peter 2d. d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 273, Folger, Peter 2d, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38. His will was probated 19 June 1707.
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 43, C.R. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), formerly w. Peter Folger 2nd, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
5) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 291, Coffin, Judith, w. Peter Folger 2d (s. Eleazar and Sarah), w. Nathaniel Barnard Jr., w. Stephen Willcox, d. Stephen and Mary (Bunker), , P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo. 1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38;
7) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
8) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
9) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.


655 Mary Bunker
born: 05 May 1652, Topsfield, Massachusetts, USA
died: 21 May 1724, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY BUNKER and her daughter JUDITH COFFIN
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 71, Barnard, Nathaniell Jr. and Judith Folger, both of N., 1st, 12 mo., “called February,” 1709, in N., C.R. 4. [Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), and Judith Folger, wid. Peter 2d. d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, s. Eleazer, Aug. 28, 1674. [first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), 28th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 273, Folger, Peter 2d, first h. Judith (d. Stephen Coffin and Mary), s. Eleazer and Sarah (Gardner), , 1707, P.R. 38. His will was probated 19 June 1707.
4) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 43, C.R. [third w. Nathaniel (s. Nathaniel and Mary (Barnard), formerly w. Peter Folger 2nd, d. Stephen Coffin and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.]
5) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Births, page 291, Coffin, Judith, w. Peter Folger 2d (s. Eleazar and Sarah), w. Nathaniel Barnard Jr., w. Stephen Willcox, d. Stephen and Mary (Bunker), P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo. 1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38;
7) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
8) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
9) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
11) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, “The Coffin Family”, April 1870, Vol. 24.

768 Joseph Gouty Sr
born: 1661, (probably Calais), France
died: 1716, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOSEPH GOOTEE SR and his son JACOB GOUTY
1) (Joseph Gootee, Sr., planter, made a will dated January 4, 1716, and it was probated March 13, 1716 (Wills 14, 319). The abstract of his will shows that he devised "Callis" his dwelling plantation to his wife, Ann. It also named John, his eldest son, and sons Jacob, Andrew, Joseph and youngest son John. The abstract also named daughters Elizabeth Shorter, Mary Robinson, Ruth, Rosannah, Triphena, Lucy and Elinor.
2) 1738 10 Old 203/ Dec 1738, Jacob Gowtee of Dorchester County, Planter, to his brother, Andrew Gowtee, 200 acres due him by the will of their Father, Joseph Gowtee, being part of a tract called "Callys".
3) Will of Andrew Gootee brother of Jacob Gootee. ANDREW GOOTEE, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 19 January 1774, Recorded 7 February 1774, Liber WD-4, Folio ?, Daughter: Bety Wingate, Grandson: George Gootee and his, brother Edward Gootee, Grandson: David Gootee, Daughter Mary Billins, Daughter: Clear Andrews, Grandson: Griffith Gootee and his sister Mary Gootee, Granddaughter: Nancy Tregoe, Grandson: John Tregoe, Son: Andrew Gootee, My Brother: Jacob Gootee, Mentions John Bryan - no relationship named. Andrew Gootee, Inventories, 1774, Dorchester, Liber 118, folio 16. Andrew Gootee, Wills, 1774, Dorchester, Liber 39, folio 762
4) 6 Old 226/ Aug 9, 1714, Joseph Gouty Senr, Planter, and Ann Gouty, his wife, to William Robinson, Shoemaker : "Cante", containing 100 acres more or less and "Ganders Labrinth" adj to Cante, near the mouth of Goose Creek, containing 195 acres, more or less. Tracts formerly belonging to John Gouty, Senr. and John Gouty Junr. Father and Brother of said Joseph Gouty.
5) 28 OLD 36, 23 MAR 1775, John Wingate, Senior, to Richard Deane, part of "Wingate's Chance" on the west side of the main road from Jacob Gootee's to the chapel, beginning at a bounder of a tract formerly surveyed for William Deane, and containing 4 acres more or less.
6) Jacob Goutee is listed as the owner of several tracts of land in Maryland in the 1700s. The earliest tract of land owned by Jacob Goutee apparently was called Middle Ridge that he patented in 1745 for 10 acres.(TT) In 1748, Jacob Goutee patented Goutees Chance consisting of 17 acres.(SS) Jacob Goutee also is listed as the owner of a tract named Goutees Marsh, which he patented in 1764 and consisted of 13 and 1/2 acres.
7) Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, MSA S 1527, He-Hz, Houlton, William, m. by 12 June 1718, Ann, extx. of Joseph Goutee of DO Co. (MDAD 1:106).
1680 Land Grant, 12 Feb 1680, Dorchester County, Surveyed 12 February 1680, to John Gootee, 250 acres, Patent L CB#2 f343, gives the location of "Callais", as western side of Blackwater River running up the river to a parcel of land formerly owned by Andrew Insley. 200 acres of this grant were on assignment from Thomas Patteson, the assignee of Col. Vincent Lowe and part of a previous warrant. 50 acres for term of service.
8) 8 Old 66/ Nov 10 1723, William Houlton and wife Anne his wife of Dorchester County to Jacob Gray of the same County: 1/3 of "Callais" as divided between William Houlten and the heirs of Joseph Goute; 1/3 of a tract called "Boorbrook", both tracts lying on the west side of Blackwater, for the lietime of said Anne Houlton. 1/3 of "Callis" as divided between William Houlton and heirs of Joseph Gootee. 1/3 of "Bowbrook", for the lifetime of said Anne.
9) Jacob Gootee Jr., Inventories, 1764, Dorchester, Liber 86, folio 30 Jacob Gootee Jr. , Inventories, 1765, Dorchester, Liber 86, folio 343
10) John Goute, Jr., 1700, Dorchester, Liber 20, folio 4 (account) Inventories and Accounts
11) Jacob Goutee, 1767, Dorchester, Liber 5, folio 20, Balances of Final Distribution Books.

769 Elizabeth Insley
born: About 1668, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
died: After 1711, (probably Dorchester County), Maryland, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
ELIZABETH INSLEY and her son JACOB GOUTY
1) (Joseph Gootee, Sr., planter, made a will dated January 4, 1716, and it was probated March 13, 1716 (Wills 14, 319). The abstract of his will shows that he devised "Callis" his dwelling plantation to his wife, Ann. It also named John, his eldest son, and sons Jacob, Andrew, Joseph and youngest son John. The abstract also named daughters Elizabeth Shorter, Mary Robinson, Ruth, Rosannah, Triphena, Lucy and Elinor.
2) 1738 10 Old 203/ Dec 1738, Jacob Gowtee of Dorchester County, Planter, to his brother, Andrew Gowtee, 200 acres due him by the will of their Father, Joseph Gowtee, being part of a tract called "Callys".
3) Will of Andrew Gootee brother of Jacob Gootee. ANDREW GOOTEE, Abstract of Last Will and Testament, Made 19 January 1774, Recorded 7 February 1774, Liber WD-4, Folio ?, Daughter: Bety Wingate, Grandson: George Gootee and his, brother Edward Gootee, Grandson: David Gootee, Daughter Mary Billins, Daughter: Clear Andrews, Grandson: Griffith Gootee and his sister Mary Gootee, Granddaughter: Nancy Tregoe, Grandson: John Tregoe, Son: Andrew Gootee, My Brother: Jacob Gootee, Mentions John Bryan - no relationship named. Andrew Gootee, Inventories, 1774, Dorchester, Liber 118, folio 16. Andrew Gootee, Wills, 1774, Dorchester, Liber 39, folio 762
4) 6 Old 226/ Aug 9, 1714, Joseph Gouty Senr, Planter, and Ann Gouty, his wife, to William Robinson, Shoemaker : "Cante", containing 100 acres more or less and "Ganders Labrinth" adj to Cante, near the mouth of Goose Creek, containing 195 acres, more or less. Tracts formerly belonging to John Gouty, Senr. and John Gouty Junr. Father and Brother of said Joseph Gouty.
5) 28 OLD 36, 23 MAR 1775, John Wingate, Senior, to Richard Deane, part of "Wingate's Chance" on the west side of the main road from Jacob Gootee's to the chapel, beginning at a bounder of a tract formerly surveyed for William Deane, and containing 4 acres more or less.
6) Jacob Goutee is listed as the owner of several tracts of land in Maryland in the 1700s. The earliest tract of land owned by Jacob Goutee apparently was called Middle Ridge that he patented in 1745 for 10 acres.(TT) In 1748, Jacob Goutee patented Goutees Chance consisting of 17 acres.(SS) Jacob Goutee also is listed as the owner of a tract named Goutees Marsh, which he patented in 1764 and consisted of 13 and 1/2 acres.
7) Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, MSA S 1527, He-Hz, Houlton, William, m. by 12 June 1718, Ann, extx. of Joseph Goutee of DO Co. (MDAD 1:106).
1680 Land Grant, 12 Feb 1680, Dorchester County, Surveyed 12 February 1680, to John Gootee, 250 acres, Patent L CB#2 f343, gives the location of "Callais", as western side of Blackwater River running up the river to a parcel of land formerly owned by Andrew Insley. 200 acres of this grant were on assignment from Thomas Patteson, the assignee of Col. Vincent Lowe and part of a previous warrant. 50 acres for term of service.
8) 8 Old 66/ Nov 10 1723, William Houlton and wife Anne his wife of Dorchester County to Jacob Gray of the same County: 1/3 of "Callais" as divided between William Houlten and the heirs of Joseph Goute; 1/3 of a tract called "Boorbrook", both tracts lying on the west side of Blackwater, for the lietime of said Anne Houlton. 1/3 of "Callis" as divided between William Houlton and heirs of Joseph Gootee. 1/3 of "Bowbrook", for the lifetime of said Anne.
9) Jacob Gootee Jr., Inventories, 1764, Dorchester, Liber 86, folio 30 Jacob Gootee Jr. , Inventories, 1765, Dorchester, Liber 86, folio 343
10) John Goute, Jr., 1700, Dorchester, Liber 20, folio 4 (account) Inventories and Accounts
11) Jacob Goutee, 1767, Dorchester, Liber 5, folio 20, Balances of Final Distribution Books.

772 John Pritchett
born: Probably 24 June 1641, Talbot County, Maryland, USA
died: About 1711/12, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: a chemist

773 Abigail (wife of John Pritchett)
born:
died:

912 Bernhardt Linck III
born:
died:

914 Jeremias Neuwirth
born:
died:

915 Margaretha Christ
born:
died:

920 John Ogle
born: 30 September 1649, Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland, England
died: Winter of 1683/4, probably near Ogleton or New Castle, Delaware
noteworthy: Came to America in the English Military Expeditionary force under Colonel Richard Nichols, sent by King Charles II and the Duke of York to terminate Dutch influence and colonization in America.

921 widow Elizabeth (Ogle)
born:
died:
noteworthy: referred to in the Pennsylvania Archives





1282 Thomas Macy
born: before 1639, Chilmark, Wiltshire County, England
died: 19 April 1682, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: one of the original owners of Nantucket purchased from the Indians
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
THOMAS MACY and his daughter SARAH MACY
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 787.
2) Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vols. 2-4, Baltimore, MD: Genelogical Publishing Co., 1990 (originally published Boston, 1860-1862).
3) Philbrick, Nathaniel, Away Off Shore, Nantucket Island and Its People, 1602-1890, Mill Hill Press: Nantucket, Massachusetts, page 21.
4) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, 5:188, (Hereafter NVR to 1850), Nantucket Births, page 306, “Macy, Thomas, h. Sarah Hopcot, , 1608, in England, P.R. 38.
5) Hoyt, David W., The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982.
6) Database of the Eliza Starbuck Barney Genealogical Record, Nantucket Historical Association (created from records collected by Eliza Starbuck Barney (1802-1889)).
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray,
1835.
8) Whittier, John Greenleaf, The Complete Poetical Works of Whittier, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1892).
9) “Thomas Macy, Before Nantucket,” Footprints Through Time: A Macy Family Newsletter, 8th issue, Jun 1988.
10) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
11) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 177, Macy, Thomas, “in the early part of . . . 1659 . . . came . . . from Salisbury . . . with his wife & family accompanied by Edward Starbuck, James Coffin & Isaac Coleman . . . to Nantucket,” and Sarah Hopcot, 9th, 6 mo. 1639, in Chilmark, Wiltshire, Eng., Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
12) NVR to 1850, Births, page 301, Macy, Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 4th, 9 mo. 1644, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
13) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 431, Macy, Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, , “1645 or 1646,” in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
14) NVR to 1850, Births, page 301, Macy, Sarah, w. William Worth (s. John of England), d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 6th [dup. 8th], 1 mo. 1646, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
15) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 618, Worth, Sarah, forst w. William (s. John), d. Thomas Macy and Sarah Hopcot, , 1701, P.R. 38.
16) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 174, Macy, Sarah and William Worth, Apr. 11, 1665. Intention not recorded. [Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, and William Worth, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., “m’d. . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38.];
17) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 532, Worth, William and Sarah Macy, Apr. 11, 1665. Intention not recorded. [William, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., and Sarah Macy, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, “m’d . . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38].

1283 Sara Hopcott
born: before 1639, England
died: 1706, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SARA HOPCOTT and her daughter SARAH MACY
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Charles E. Tuttle Company: Rutland, Vermont, page 787.
2) Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vols. 2-4, Baltimore, MD: Genelogical Publishing Co., 1990 (originally published Boston, 1860-1862).
3) Philbrick, Nathaniel, Away Off Shore, Nantucket Island and Its People, 1602-1890, Mill Hill Press: Nantucket, Massachusetts, page 21.
Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, 5:188, (Hereafter NVR to 1850), Nantucket Births, page 306, “Macy, Thomas, h. Sarah Hopcot, , 1608, in England, P.R. 38.
4) Hoyt, David W., The Old Families of SalisburyandAmesbury,Massachusetts,
Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982.
5) Macy, Silvanus J., Genealogy of the Macy Family, Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868.
6) Database of the Eliza Starbuck Barney Genealogical Record, Nantucket Historical Association (created from records collected by Eliza Starbuck Barney (1802-1889)).
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray, 1835.

8) Whittier, John Greenleaf, The Complete Poetical Worksof Whittier, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1892).
9) “Thomas Macy, Before Nantucket,” Footprints Through Time: A Macy Family Newsletter, 8th issue, Jun 1988.
10) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
11) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 177, Macy, Thomas, “in the early part of . . . 1659 . . . came . . . from Salisbury . . . with his wife & family accompanied by Edward Starbuck, James Coffin & Isaac Coleman . . . to Nantucket,” and Sarah Hopcot, 9th, 6 mo. 1639, in Chilmark, Wiltshire, Eng., Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
12) NVR to 1850, Births, page 301, Macy, Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 4th, 9 mo. 1644, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
13) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 431, Macy, Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, , “1645 or 1646,” in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
14) NVR to 1850, Births, page 301, Macy, Sarah, w. William Worth (s. John of England), d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, 6th [dup. 8th], 1 mo. 1646, in Salisbury, P.R. 38.
15) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 618, Worth, Sarah, forst w. William (s. John), d. Thomas Macy and Sarah Hopcot, , 1701, P.R. 38.
16) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 174, Macy, Sarah and William Worth, Apr. 11, 1665. Intention not recorded. [Sarah, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, and William Worth, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., “m’d. . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38.];
17) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 532, Worth, William and Sarah Macy, Apr. 11, 1665. Intention not recorded. [William, s. John of Devonshire, Eng., and Sarah Macy, d. Thomas and Sarah Hopcot, “m’d . . . . among Friends,” P.R. 38].

1290 John Howland
born: About 1592 (but see other website), Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England
died: 23 February 1672/3, Rocky Nook, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: passenger on the famous ship Mayflower; grandfather to 84 grandchildren
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN HOWLAND and his daughter DESIRE HOWLAND
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
Mayflower Descendant 2:70-77; Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories 3:1:49-54 (John Howland).
3) Mayflower Descendant 1:148-54. When the Division of Cattle was made 1 June 1627, (new style), all of the members of each family were listed in the records, including John and Elizabeth Howland, who now had two children, Desire and John, Jr.
Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
4) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901.
5) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
6) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853),; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records.

1291 Elizabeth Tilley
born: 1607, Henlow, Bedforshire, England
died: 21 December 1687, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: passenger on the famous ship Mayflower; grandmother to 84 grandchildren
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between ELIZABETH TILLEY and her daughter DESIRE HOWLAND
1) White, Elizabeth Pearson, John Howland of the Mayflower, Volume 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham, pages 30-33.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, 555, Gorham, Shubael, b. Yarmouth, s. Capt. John of Plymouth (b. England, s. Ralph of Benefield, Northhampshire, Eng.) and Desire (d. John Howland of the Mayflower and Elizabeth (Tilley)), and Puella Hussey, d. Stephen and Martha (Bunker), May , 1695,* P.R.38.
3) Mayflower Descendant 2:70-77; Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories 3:1:49-54 (John Howland).
4) Mayflower Descendant 1:148-54. When the Division of Cattle was made 1 June 1627, (new style), all of the members of each family were listed in the records, including John and Elizabeth Howland, who now had two children, Desire and John, Jr.
5) Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, being a reprint of the Amos Otis Papers, originally published in The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, Volume 1, Barnstable, Mass.: F. B. & F. P. Goss, Publishers and Printers. [The “Patriot” Press.] 1888.
6) Starbuck, Nantucket, 743, 807, 827; Lydia S. Hinchman, Early Settlers of Nantucket, 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901.
7) Henry Barnard Worth, "Nantucket Genealogies. 1608-1910" (MS, Nantucket County Historical Association, Nantucket, Mass.); microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints and available as Family History Library [FHL] film 906,499. This work is helpful for clues but must be used with discretion and in conjunction with court records.
8) Wm. C. Folger, "A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (April 1853),; reprinted in Mayflower Source Records.

1292 Christopher Hussey
born:
died:
noteworthy: ship’s Captain
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY and his son STEPHEN HUSSEY
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 152, Bunker, Martha, w. Stephen Hussey (s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate), d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1656, P.R. 38.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Martha and Stephen Hussey, Oct. 8, 1676. Intention not recorded. [Martha, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Hussey, s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate (Bechelder), P.R. 38].
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 373, Hussey, Stephen, 2d, 2 mo. 1718. [h. Martha (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Capt. Christopher (s. John of England) and Theodate (Bachelder), P.R. 38.].

1293 Theodate Bachelder
born: probably about or before 1610
died: 20 October 1649, Hampton, New Hampshire, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between THEODATE BACHELDER and her son STEPHEN HUSSEY
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 152, Bunker, Martha, w. Stephen Hussey (s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate), d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1656, P.R. 38.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Martha and Stephen Hussey, Oct. 8, 1676. Intention not recorded. [Martha, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Hussey, s. Capt. Christopher and Theodate (Bechelder), P.R. 38].
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 373, Hussey, Stephen, 2d, 2 mo. 1718. [h. Martha (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Capt. Christopher (s. John of England) and Theodate (Bachelder), P.R. 38.].

1296 Edward Starbuck
born: 1604, Leicestershire, West Midlands, England
died: 1691, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
EDWARD STARBUCK and his son NATHANIEL STARBUCK
1) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, (Hereafter NVR to 1850), Births, page 496, Starbuck, Edward, “1st of Nantucket,” h. Catharine Reynolds of Wales, , 1604, P.R. 38].
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 542, Starbuck, Edward, 4th, 12 mo. 1690, a. 86. [“1st of Nantucket,” h. Catharine Reynolds of Wales, father of Nathaniel, Dorcas, Sarah, Abigail, Esther and Jethro, P.R. 38].
3) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N. H.], P.R. 38.].
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., page 98, January, 18??, Notes on the Dover Combination, “Starbuck, Edward. Protest, 1641. Fully discussed in Hist. Mem. 69, Dover Enquirer. Was “Elder” in the church. He was later a leading citizen of Nantucket, and left descendants. He died in Nantucket, Feb. 4, 1696-7, aged 86. Had wife Katherine and children: 1. Nathaniel, b. 1636; m. Mary, dau. of Tristram Coffin, and was of Nantucket. Both were “Friends.” He d. 6, 6 mo. 1719; she d. 13, 9 mo. 1717.”
5) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 (see Haverhill Vital Records), P.R. 38.

1297 Catherine Reynolds
born:
died:
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between CATHERINE REYNOLDS and her son NATHANIEL STARBUCK
1) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, (Hereafter NVR to 1850), Births, page 496, Starbuck, Edward, “1st of Nantucket,” h. Catharine Reynolds of Wales, , 1604, P.R. 38].
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Deaths, page 542, Starbuck, Edward, 4th, 12 mo. 1690, a. 86. [“1st of Nantucket,” h. Catharine Reynolds of Wales, father of Nathaniel, Dorcas, Sarah, Abigail, Esther and Jethro, P.R. 38].
3) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, (Hereafter Nantucket VR), Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N. H.], P.R. 38.].
4) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 162 vols., 1847-2009., page 98, January, 18??, Notes on the Dover Combination, “Starbuck, Edward. Protest, 1641. Fully discussed in Hist. Mem. 69, Dover Enquirer. Was “Elder” in the church. He was later a leading citizen of Nantucket, and left descendants. He died in Nantucket, Feb. 4, 1696-7, aged 86. Had wife Katherine and children: 1. Nathaniel, b. 1636; m. Mary, dau. of Tristram Coffin, and was of Nantucket. Both were “Friends.” He d. 6, 6 mo. 1719; she d. 13, 9 mo. 1717.”
5) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 (see Haverhill Vital Records), P.R. 38.

1298 Tristram Coffin
born: 11 March 1604/05, Brixton, Devonshire, England
died: 02 October 1681, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between TRISTRAM COFFIN and his daughter MARY COFFIN
TRISTRAM COFFIN and his son STEPHEN COFFIN
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo. 1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 318, Coffin, Tristram, s. Peter of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., and Joan Thumber [sic], and Dionis Stevens, d. Robert of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., , 1630, in England, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray, 1835.
8) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on
Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 [see Haverhill Vital Records], P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Coffin, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734,
C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734, P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.].
11) NVR to 1850, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N.H.], P.R. 38.

1299 Dionis Stevens
born: 04 March 1609/10, Brixton, Devonshire, England
died: Between 1681 and November 06, 1684, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DIONIS STEVENS and her daughter MARY COFFIN
AND
DIONIS STEVENS and her son STEPHEN COFFIN
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo. 1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 318, Coffin, Tristram, s. Peter of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., and Joan Thumber [sic], and Dionis Stevens, d. Robert of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., , 1630, in England, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray, 1835.
8) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on
Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 [see Haverhill Vital Records], P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Coffin, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734,
C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734, P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.].
11) NVR to 1850, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N.H.], P.R. 38.

1304 Peter Folger
born: Between 1617 and 1618, Norwich, Norfolk, England
died: About 1690, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: maternal grandfather of Benjamin Franklin; missionary to the Indians on Nantucket
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
PETER FOLGER and his son ELEAZER FOLGER
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 215, Morrell (Morrel, Morrill), Mary and Peter Folger, s. John (“came from the city of Norwich in England in 1638”), , 1644, “Came to Nant. In 1663,” Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
2) NVR to 1850, Births, page 475, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter (q.v.) and Mary Morrell, , 1648, P.R. 38.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, “Came to Nant. In 1663,” h. Mary Morrell, s. John “came from the city Norwich in England in 1638,” , 1618 [in England], P.R. 38.
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 447, Folger, Eleazer, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, and Sarah Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1671, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671, Intention not recorded, P.R. 38.
6) Folger, William Coleman, The Folger Family, NEHGS Register 1862, page 269-271.
7) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, page 261, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1716, P.R. 38, [Eleazer 1st, a. 68 y. 6 m., P.R. 63.].
8) NVR to 1850, Deaths, Folger, Mary Morrell, w. Peter (s. John of England), , 1704, P.R. 38.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, Folger, Abiah, d. Peter, Aug. 15, 1667. [w. Josias Franklin of Boston (“The parents of Dr. Franklin”), d. Peter [q. v.] and Mary Morrell, 5th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].

1305 Mary Morril
born: About 1620, Norwich, Norfolk County, England
died: About 1704, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: maternal grandmother of Benjamin Franklin; mentioned in Moby Dick
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
MARY MORRIL and her son ELEAZER FOLGER
1) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Marriages, page 215, Morrell (Morrel, Morrill), Mary and Peter Folger, s. John (“came from the city of Norwich in England in 1638”), , 1644, “Came to Nant. In 1663,” Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
2) NVR to 1850, Births, page 475, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah), s. Peter (q.v.) and Mary Morrell, , 1648, P.R. 38.
3) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 497, Folger, Peter, “Came to Nant. In 1663,” h. Mary Morrell, s. John “came from the city Norwich in England in 1638,” , 1618 [in England], P.R. 38.
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 447, Folger, Eleazer, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, and Sarah Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1671, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671, Intention not recorded, P.R. 38.
6) Folger, William Coleman, The Folger Family, NEHGS Register 1862, page 269-271.
7) Nantucket, Mass., Vital Records to 1850, 5 vols. Boston, 1925-28, Deaths, page 261, Folger, Eleazer, h. Sarah (d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah),
s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1716, P.R. 38, [Eleazer 1st, a. 68 y. 6 m., P.R. 63.].
8) NVR to 1850, Deaths, Folger, Mary Morrell, w. Peter (s. John of England), , 1704, P.R. 38.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, Folger, Abiah, d. Peter, Aug. 15, 1667. [w. Josias Franklin of Boston (“The parents of Dr. Franklin”), d. Peter [q. v.] and Mary Morrell, 5th, 8 mo., P.R. 38.].

1306 Richard Gardner
born: 1631, England
died: 23 January 1688, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
RICHARD GARDNER and his daughter SARAH GARDNER
AND
RICHARD GARDNER and his daughter MIRIAM GARDNER
1) The Gardners of Massachusetts: An American Legacy by Anthony Taylor Dunn.
Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 69, Gardner, Richard, “1st of Nantucket, Came in 1666 from Salem,” h. Sarah (sister of Samuel Shattuck), , 1631 [dup. 1630]. P.R. 38.
2) Philbrick, Nathaniel, Away Off Shore, Nantucket Island and Its People, 1602 – 1890, Mill Hill Press, Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1994.
3) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers, page 756.
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 74, Gardner, Sarah, w. Eleazer Folger (s. Peter and Mary), d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , P.R. 38; NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 61, Gardner, Miriam, w. John Worth (s. William and Sarah), d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), 14th, 7 mo. 1671 [sic, see Love, dup. , 1664 or 65, see death], P.R. 38.
7) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 519, Gardner, Miriam and John Worth, Sept. 22, 1684. Intention not recorded. [Miriam, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and John Worth, s. William and Sarah (Macy), P.R. 38.]; NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 525, Worth, John and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684. Intention not recorded. [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R. 38.].
8) NVR to 1850, Births, page 629, Worth, John. S. Will[ia]m, May 19, 1666. [h. Miriam (d. Richard Gardner Sr. and Sarah), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson of Edgartown, h. Dorcas (wid. Benjamin Hawes, d. Benjamin Smith Estq. Of “the Vineyard’), s. William and Sarah (Macy), 19th, 5 mo., P.R. 38.].
9) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 614, Worth, John, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 616, Worth, Miriam, first w. John (s. William and Sarah), d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1702, a. 37, P.R. 38.

1307 Sarah Shattuck
born: 1631/2, England
died: 1724, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: Her brother Samuel Shattuck delivered a letter from the King of England to someone in New England. (to do)
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
SARAH SHATTUCK and her daughter SARAH GARDNER
AND
SARAH SHATTUCK and her daughter MIRIAM GARDNER
1) The Gardners of Massachusetts: An American Legacy by Anthony Taylor Dunn.
Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 69, Gardner, Richard, “1st of Nantucket, Came in 1666 from Salem,” h. Sarah (sister of Samuel Shattuck), , 1631 [dup. 1630]. P.R. 38.
2) Philbrick, Nathaniel, Away Off Shore, Nantucket Island and Its People, 1602 – 1890, Mill Hill Press, Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1994.
3) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers, page 756.
4) NVR to 1850, Births, page 74, Gardner, Sarah, w. Eleazer Folger (s. Peter and Mary), d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , P.R. 38; NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 530, Gardner, Sarah, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and Eleazer Folger, s. Peter and Mary Morrell, , 1671. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Births, page 61, Gardner, Miriam, w. John Worth (s. William and Sarah), d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), 14th, 7 mo. 1671 [sic, see Love, dup. , 1664 or 65, see death], P.R. 38.
7) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 519, Gardner, Miriam and John Worth, Sept. 22, 1684. Intention not recorded. [Miriam, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), and John Worth, s. William and Sarah (Macy), P.R. 38.]; NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 525, Worth, John and Miriam Gardner, Sept. 22, 1684. Intention not recorded. [John, s. William and Sarah (Macy), and Miriam Gardner, d. Richard 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), P.R. 38.].
8) NVR to 1850, Births, page 629, Worth, John. S. Will[ia]m, May 19, 1666. [h. Miriam (d. Richard Gardner Sr. and Sarah), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson of Edgartown, h. Dorcas (wid. Benjamin Hawes, d. Benjamin Smith Estq. Of “the Vineyard’), s. William and Sarah (Macy), 19th, 5 mo., P.R. 38.].
9) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 614, Worth, John, h. Miriam (Gardner), h. Mrs. Ann Sarson, h. Dorcas (Smith) Hawes, s. William and Sarah (Macy), 11th, 2 mo. 1731 [dup. 1st, 2 mo. 1732], a. 64, P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 616, Worth, Miriam, first w. John (s. William and Sarah), d. Richard Gardner 1st and Sarah (Shattuck), , 1702, a. 37, P.R. 38.

1308 Tristram Coffin
born: 11 March 1604/05, Brixton, Devonshire, England
died: 02 October 1681, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: At one time he owned Nantucket Island along with five other men.
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between TRISTRAM COFFIN and his daughter MARY COFFIN
AND
TRISTRAM COFFIN and his son STEPHEN COFFIN
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo.
1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 318, Coffin, Tristram, s. Peter of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., and Joan Thumber [sic], and Dionis Stevens, d. Robert of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., , 1630, in England, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray, 1835.
8) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 [see Haverhill Vital Records], P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Coffin, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734,
C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734, P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.].
11) NVR to 1850, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N.H.], P.R. 38.

1309 Dionis Stevens
born: 04 March 1609/10, Brixton, Devonshire, England
died: Between 1681 and 06 November 1684, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
DIONIS STEVENS and her daughter MARY COFFIN
AND
DIONIS STEVENS and her son STEPHEN COFFIN
1) Starbuck, Alexander, The History of Nantucket, County, Island, and Town, including Genealogies of First Settlers, Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont, page 698 and 699.
2) Nantucket Vital Records to 1850, Births, page 333, Coffin, Stephen, h. Mary (d. George Bunker and Jane), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 11th, 5 mo. 1652 [see Newbury Vital Records], P.R. 38.
3) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734, C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734. P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.]
4) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 148, Bunker, Mary, d. George and Jane Godfrey, and Stephen Coffin, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
5) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 314, Coffin, Stephen, s. Tristram 1st and Dionis (Stevens), and Mary Bunker, d. George and Jane Godfrey, , 1669. Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
6) NVR to 1850, Marriages, page 318, Coffin, Tristram, s. Peter of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., and Joan Thumber [sic], and Dionis Stevens, d. Robert of Brixton, Co. Devon, Eng., , 1630, in England, Intention not recorded. P.R. 38.
7) Macy, Obed, The History of Nantucket, Boston, MA: Hilliard Gray, 1835.
8) Folger, William C., “A Record of Births, Deaths, and Marriages on
Nantucket, Beginning in 1662”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 7, Apr 1853.
9) NVR to 1850, Births, page 302, Coffin, Mary, w. Nathaniel Starbuck (s. Edward and Catharine), d. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 20th, 2 mo. 1645 [see Haverhill Vital Records], P.R. 38.
10) NVR to 1850, Deaths, page 185, Coffin, Stephen, 14th, 9 mo. 1734,
C.R. 4. [h. Mary (Bunker), s. Tristram and Dionis (Stevens), 14th, 11 mo. 1734, P.R. 38. 14th, 9 mo., P.R. 63.].
11) NVR to 1850, Births, page 507, Starbuck, Nathaniel, h. Mary (d. Tristram Coffin 1st and Dionis), s. Edward and Catharine Reynolds, , 1636 [? In Dover, N.H.], P.R. 38.

1536 John Gootee Sr (Jean Gautier)
born: about 1645, near Calais, France
died: 26 March 1711, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
noteworthy: arrived in Maryland about 1660
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL to support the RELATIONSHIP between
JOHN GOOTEE SR and his son JOSEPH GOUTY SR
1) 6 Old 226/ Aug 9, 1714, Joseph Gouty Senr, Planter, and Ann Gouty, his wife, to William Robinson, Shoemaker : "Cante", containing 100 acres more or less and "Ganders Labrinth" adj to Cante, near the mouth of Goose Creek, containing 195 acres, more or less. Tracts formerly belonging to John Gouty, Senr. and John Gouty Junr. Father and Brother of said Joseph Gouty.
2) 6 Old 175/ May 16, 1711, John Goutey of Dorchester County, Weaver, to his son Joseph Goutey, Planter: All of his property except one heifer given to Grandson, Joseph Goutey and one shilling to daughter Judith Coale.
3) First Dorchester Families by Calvin W. Mowbray indicates under the family name of Gootee on page 48, "Patent Liber WC2, Folio 84, shows Margaret Gootee ?Service 1666, wife of John and John granted warrant for wife's service." (page 48-49).
4) Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 2, Page 270, Liber W H &L p. 48. Acts made att a Generall Assembly begun and held att St Maries in the Province of Maryland the twenty seventh day of March in the Nyne and thirtieth year of the Dominion of Caecilius &ca Annoq Domini 1671.
5) 1 Old 110, 13 May 1690, John Gooty Sr and Margaret his wife to John Goote Jr, Insleys Point, Tranquakin River, 50 acres purchased by John Gooty Sr from Andrew Insley (?dead or decd?)
6) 1691 5 Old 34/ Feb 25, 1691 Joseph Goutey, Planter, and Elizabeth Goutey, his wife of Dorchester County to John Goutey Jr, of the same County, Planter : "Josephs Lane" on the north side of Goose Creek issuing out of Fishing Bay, containing 50 acres more or less.
7) Archives of Maryland, Proceedings and Acts of the General Assemply, 1693-1697, Volume 19, Page 211, Assembly Proceedings, May 8-22, 1695. 211, An Additional Act to the Act for Portes. Lib. L. L. 2., p. 90, An Act for Naturalization of Mathias Mathiason, als. Freeman, Peter Golley, John & Joseph Goutee and Joseph and John Sons of the said Joseph Goutee.
8) 1691 John Gouty and Margrett his wife to their son-in-law and daughter John Cole and Judith Cole, both of Dorchester County, Graveling, 100 acres on Blackwater River, 5 Old 81.
9) On May 4, 1699, John Gootee, Jr., made his will and it was probated August 7, 1699. He devised all of his real estate to his father and mother, John and Margaret Gootee. His father, John Gootee, was named as executor. (On May 4, 1699, John Gootee, Jr., made his will and it was probated August 7, 1699. He devised all of his real estate to his father and mother, John and Margaret Gootee.)
10) John Goute, Jr., 1700, Dorchester, Liber 21, folio 103 (account) Inventories and Accounts
11) John Goutey Jr., 1699, Liber 19 1/2 A, folio 98 (inventory) Inventories and Accounts
12) John Goutey Jr, 1699, Dorchester, Liber 6, folio 290, Wills,
13) 6 Old 175 – 1711, GOUTEY, John, Son - Joseph GOUTEY, G/Son - Joseph GOUTEY, Dau - Judith COALE.
14) 1680 Land Grant, 12 Feb 1680, Dorchester County, Surveyed 12 February 1680, to John Gootee, 250 acres, Patent L CB#2 f343, gives the location of "Callais", as western side of Blackwater River running up the river to a parcel of land formerly owned by Andrew Insley. 200 acres of this grant were on assignment from Thomas Patteson, the assignee of Col. Vincent Lowe and part of a previous warrant. 50 acres for term of service.
15) Volume WC#2 f 84 , 6 Feb 1679, Hall of Records, Warrant then granted John Gotee of Dorchester County, fifty acres of land.
16) 5 Old 34/ Feb 25, 1691, Joseph Goutey, Planter, and Elizabeth Goutey, his wife of Dorchester County to John Goutey Jr, of the same County, Planter : "Josephs Lane" on the north side of Goose Creek issuing out of Fishing Bay, containing 50 acres more or less.
17) 6 Old 115/ Dec 4, 1707, John Goutee of Dorchester County, Tanner, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Robinson of the same County, Cordwainer: "Josephs Lane" devised by John Goutee, deceased son of said John Goutee, in his last will and testament to his Father and Mother, John and Margrett Goutee, said land being purchased said John Goutee, dec'd, in his lifetime from his brother Joseph Goutee and Elizabeth his wife, on the north side of Goose Creek issuing out of Fishing Bay, containing 50 acres more or less. Also part of a tract called : "Ganders Labour" adj to a tract called "Parris".
18) 8 Old 66/ Nov 10 1723, William Houlton and wife Anne his wife of Dorchester County to Jacob Gray of the same County: 1/3 of "Callais" as divided between William Houlten and the heirs of Joseph Goute; 1/3 of a tract called "Boorbrook", both tracts lying on the west side of Blackwater, for the lietime of said Anne Houlton. 1/3 of "Callis" as divided between William Houlton and heirs of Joseph Gootee. 1/3 of "Bowbrook", for the lifetime of said Anne.

1537 Margaret (?Beeson or Besson?)
born:
died:

1538 Andrew Insley
born:
died:

1539 Elizabeth (?unknown?)
born:
died:

1824 Michael Linck II
born:
died:

1828 Bernhardt Neuwirth
born:
died:

1830 Hans Christ
born:
died:

2582 John Tilley
born: Before 19 December 1571, Henlow, Bedford, England
died: January to March 1620/1, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower passenger in 1620

2583 Joan Hurst
born: Before 13 March 1567/8, Henlow, Bedford, England
died: January to March 1620/1, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
noteworthy: Mayflower passenger in 1620

2586 Stephen Bachiler
born: About 1561, probably South Stoneham, Hampshire, England
died: Buried 31 October 1656 at All Hallows Staining, London, England
noteworthy: Matriculated about 1581 at Oxford from St. John's College and received his B.A. 3 February 1585/6 [Foster 1:53]

2587. possibly Anne, closely related in some way to Reverend John Bate
born: Probably before 1576
died: About 1610 to 1624

2612 Thomas Gardner
born:
died:

2613 Margaret Fryer
born:
died:

3648 Michael Linck
born:
died:

5164 Robert Tilley
born: Circa 1540, England
died: February 1612/13, England

7296 Bernhardt Linck II
born:
died:

10328 William Tilley
born: Circa 1515, England
died: January 1578/9, England

14592 Sebastian Linck
born:
died:

20656 Thomas Tilley
born: Circa 1490, England
died: 1556, England

29184 Bernhardt Linck I
born:
died:

41212 Henry Tilley
born: Circa 1465, England
died: 1520, England

58268 Hans Linck III
born:
died:


116536 Dieter Linck
born:
died:

231072 Hans Linck II
born:
died:

462144 Hans Linck I
born:
died: