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THE FAMIL Y RECORD j 

OF 

DAVID RITTENHOUSE 

INCLUDING HIS SISTERS ESTHER, 
ANNE AND ELEANOR. 

ALSO, 

BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE 



MARGARET RITTENHOUSE MORGAN 




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OF GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



NORRISTOWN, PA. : 

HERALD PRINTING AND BINDING ROOMS. 
1897. 



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ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSE SERGEANT. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



CHILDREN OF No. 38. VOL. I. 

DAVID RITTENHOUSE^, of Matthia S 3, of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 4200 I Elizabeth Rittcuhousc, b. about 1767; m. 

Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant, Esq., of 
Philadelphia, at the close of the year 
1788 ; it was his second marriage. 

Mr. Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant was an eminent lawyer 
in Philadelphia, and for some time Attorney General of Penn- 
sylvania ; he was one of the five persons delegated on the 20th 
of February, 1776, by the convention of New Jersey (where he 
then resided) to represent that colony in Congress. His col- 
leagues were the late Governor Livingstone and John de Hart, 
Richard Smith and John Cooper, Esquires. Mr. Sergeant 
died with the yellow fever, in Philadelphia, on the 8th of 
October, 1793. He left a son and two daughters by this 
marriage. He was the first Attorney General of Pennsyl- 
vana. 

Instead of leaving the city during the time of the yellow 
fever, 1793, he remained in the city, and was a leader of those 
who devoted their time and money to the establishing of hos- 
pitals for the relief of the sick. No doubt many lives were 
saved through his action, although he became a prey t<> 
the disease and died while engaged in the good cause. Their 
children were Esther, David and Frances. 



DAVID K1TTKNIIOUSE. 

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5 4201 j Esther Rittenhouse, b. about 1770; m. Nich- 

olas Baker Waters, M.' D., of Philadel- 
phia, in 1790, a young physician of re- 
spectable talents and amiable disposition ; 
he died of a pulmonary disease in Au- 
gust, 1 794, at a very early age, leaving 
one son, who died young, on September 
4, 18 13, aged 22 years, named David 
Rittenhouse Waters. 
David Rittenhouse named his second daughter Esther, 
in compliment to his sister, Mrs. Thomas Barton. In a letter 
to the Rev. Thomas Barton, written on the occasion of the 
birth of this younger child, he says : " To me it is a matter of 
indifference, but to my Eleanor it was a great disappointment, 
to have a girl, having promised herself a boy ; and it had 
long since been resolved that this child, if a son, should be 
called Thomas, after yourself." The oldest daughter was 
named Elizabeth, after his own mother. 

5 4202 3 There was one daughter by the second mar- 

riage, but she died quite young. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4200. 

ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSE* (Sergeant), of David*, 

of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4203 1 Esther Rittenhouse Sergeant, b. October 16, 

1789; d. June 4, 1870; m. Dr. William 
P. C. Barton, of the U S. Navy, in 1814; 
children, Elizabeth 1 , Emma 4 , Julia 2 , Ade- 
line 3 , Harriet, William, Emma, William, 
Mary, Lavinia, Clara, Selina, William ; 
one died in infancy. 

6 4204 2 David Rittenhouse Sergeant, b. July 1, 1791; 

d. August 8, 1872; unmarried. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



Individual 
Gen. NV>. 



6 4205 3 Frances Rittenhouse Sergeant, b. November 

l 7, 1793 ; d. November 3, 1847 ; m. John 
Cole Lowber ; children, Elizabeth, Alice, 
William, Henry, Frances. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4203. 

ESTHER RITTENHOUSE SERGEANT 6 (Barton), of 
Elizabeth Rittenhouse 5 (Sergeant), of David*, of Matthias3, 
of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4206 1 Elizabeth Sergeant Barton, h. April 28, 18 1 5 ; 

d. August 23, 1895 ; m. Samuel Abbot, 
of Boston, April 28, 1840; he was born 
October 10, 1807; d. October 4, 1873; 
children, Caroline, Elizabeth, George M., 
Elizabeth, Lewis, Charles, Fanny. 

7 4207 2 Emma Barton, b. 181 6; d. aged 5 years. 

7 4208 3 Julia Barton, b. 18 17 ; d. June 26, 1884; m. 

Dr. J. Dickinson Miller, U. S. Navy. 

Dr. Miller was of distinguished ancestry. His grand- 
father, Rev. John Miller, a Presbyterian pastor, of Dover, 
Del., came from Boston, Mass. The latter's mother was a 
great-granddaughter of John Alden, one of the heroes of the 
Mayflower, and associated in New England history with the 
romantic story of Captain Miles Standish. On the maternal 
side Dr. Miller was no less distinguishedly connected. His 
mother was the daughter of Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant (if 
so, must be by second marriage), a member of the Continental 
Congress, and his great-grandmother was a daughter of Jona- 
than Dickinson, the first President of Princeton College, 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 
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4 Adeline Barton, b. June 5, 1818 ; m.Thomas 
Howard Paschal, deceased. 

7 4210 5 Harriet Butler Barton, d. young. 

7 42 1 1 6 William Barton, d. young. 

7 4212 7 Emma Barton, b. June 3, 1822 ; m. the Hon. 
Frederick Carroll Brewster, March 25, 
1850; she d. September 4, 1882. 



FREDERICK CARROLL BREWSTER. 

Ex-Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, ex-Attorney- 
General of Pennsylvania, and one of the leaders of the Phila- 
delphia bar, was born in Philadelphia, in the old city proper, 
May 15, 1825. 

In very early boyhood Judge Brewster was sent to the 
old Friends' Select School, at Fourth and Arch streets. 
There he was carefully trained and rapidly fitted out for col- 
lege. He entered the University of Pennsylvania, then located 
in the old Ninth street buildings, while Rev. Dr. Lud- 
low 7 , the father of the late Judge Ludlow, was provost. 
The young student displayed wonderful industry and 
aptness for learning whatever was taught him, until in 
1 841, when, just about sixteen years of age, he graduated 
with all the honors of the institution, making a public address 
at the commencement. William Henry Rawle and Hon. 
Horatio Gates Jones were college mates with him. Judge 
Brewster has always maintained an active relationship with 
the friends of the University, and he has often given evidence 
of the interest he feels in the permanent reputation and 
future welfare of his Alma Mater. He was for several years 
president of the Society of the Alumni, and on several occa- 
sions he has been called upon to deliver addresses to the stu- 
dents and patrons of the University of Pennsylvania, in West 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. g 

Philadelphia, and he was the orator at the laying of the cor- 
ner-stone of the new edifice. 

In testimony of the esteem entertained for him by the 
University, he was, some years ago, honored with the degree 
of Doctor of Laws. Shortly after his graduation he entered 
the office of his father, where he enjoyed rare advantages for 
the study of the law. In 1844 he was admitted to practice, 
and speedily gained an extensive and lucrative patronage. 
This success was principally achieved in the civil courts, but 
it is by his conduct of famous criminal trials in which he has 
participated that his distinguished reputation as one of the 
famous lawyers of his day was first won. For his success in 
several famous criminal cases, see " The Saturday Review 
and Republic" of May 9, 1891. 

In 1862 he was chosen to the official position of 
City Solicitor. Three years later he was re-elected to the 
same office. He did not, however, finish his second term, in 
consequence of being chosen, in October, 1866, a Judge of 
the Common Pleas Court of Philadelphia. His term of office 
was for ten years, but, on October 23, 1869, he was tendered 
the Attorney-Generalship of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl- 
vania, by Governor Geary. He accepted this office, retaining 
it until the close of the Governor's term of office. He then 
returned to the practice of his profession, in which he still 
continues. Although all his life a very busy man, he has 
found time to collate and write several valuable legal works. 

Judge Brewster was married, in 1850, to Emma, daughtcr 
of the late W. P. C. Barton, M. D. (a grandson of Rev. Thomas 
Barton and Esther Rittenhouse, sister of David Rittenhouse, 
the celebrated astronomer), at one time senior Surgeon of 
the United States Navy. Of his sons, two, Frederick C. and 
Francis E., are prominent members of the Philadelphia bar. 



8 William Barton, d. young. 

9 Mary Barton, d. num., in 1856. 
10 Lavinia Barton. 



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IndMdoal Punllj 

Oen. No. Ho. 

7 4216 11 Clara Barton, 

7 4217 12 Selina Barton, b. about 1830. 

7 4218 13 William Alfred Barton', d. young. 

7 4219 14 One, whose name I did not get, died in in- 
fancy. 



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CHILDREN OF No. 4205. 

FRANCES RITTENHOUSE SERGEANT 6 (Lowber), 
of Elizabeth Rittenhouse 5 (Sergeant), of David 4 , of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

1 Elizabeth Lowber, b ; d. unm. 

2 Alice Lowber, b. ; d. unm. 

3 William Lowber, b. ; deceased m. Eliza- 

beth, daughter of Edward Ingersoll ; 
had one child, who died young ; no 
issue living. 

7 4223 4 Henry Sergeant Lowber, m. Charlotte 
Bleecker Lansdale, daughter of Dr. 
Lansdale. He is an attorney-at-law and 
resides in Germantown, Philadelphia ; no 
issue. 

7 4224 5 Frances Lowber, d-. unm. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4206. 

ELIZABETH SERGEANT BARTON? (Abbot), of 
Esther Rittenhouse Sergeant 6 (Barton), of Elizabeth 
Rittenhouse Sergeant 5 , of David 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nich- 
olas 2 , of William 1 . 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. , , 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 4225 1 Caroline Secomb Abbot, h. June n, 1841 ; d. 

December 7, 1864. 

8 4226 2 Elizabeth Sergeant Abbot, b. September 29, 
1843; d. January 16, 1849. 

8 4227 3 George Maurice Abbot, b. August 14, 1846, 

in Philadelphia; m. October 14, 1876, to 
Fannie Watson, daughter of James A. 
Farnum ; Mr. Abbot is treasurer of the 
Philadelphia Library; resides at Ger- 
mantown ; have one child, Elsie. 

8 4228 4 Lewis Abbot, b. April 27, 1850; d. October 
24, 1851. 

8 4229 5 Charles Abbot, b. January 11, 1853; d. Feb- 
ruary 4, 1853. 

8 4 2 3° 6 Fannie Donelson Abbot, b January 25, 1856; 
resides at Germantown. 



CHILDREN OF No 4208. 

JULIA BARTON? (Miller), of Evther Rittenhouse 
Sergkant 6 (Barton), of Elizabeth Rittenhouse 5 (Sergeant), 
of David 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4231 1 Julia Rittenhouse Miller, d. unm., aged 21 

years. 

8 4232 2 Edward Rittenhouse Miller, m. Gertrude 

Roberts, of Wayne Junction, German- 
town ; res. near Gorgas lane, called Mil- 
ler's stock farm (White Oak) ; no issue. 

8 4233 1 3 Dickinson Miller, d. in infancy. 



DAVID RITTENHOI SE. 



CHILDREN * >F No. 4212. 



! MM.\ BARTON (!•'. C. Brewster), <J Esther Rit- 
rENHousi StRGi \\i' (Win. P. C. Barton), of Elizabeth Rit- 
11 \n int), of David 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 

Oi Will I AM' 






4234 1 Frederick Carroll Brewster, Jr., b. January 

4. 1851; in. November 21, [881, to 
Sophia Grace, daughter of Senator Win. 
J. Almon, M D , of Halifax, Nova Sco- 
tia ; children, Emma Barton, Frederick 
( arroll, Sergeant Barton, William J. 
Almon, Clarance Barton, Elizabeth L. 
Almon. 

4235 2 Francis Enoch Brewster, b. March 17, 1 S 5 2 . 

3 William Barton Brewsier, b. May 23, 1854; 
111. November 14, 1 878/ Caroline Eliza- 
beth, daughter of James E. Caldwell ; 
one child, Geraldine. 

4237 4 Samuel Barton Brewster, b. April 1, 1856; 
d. September 4, 1S82. 

I-' ; 5 David .sergeant Brewster, b. July 28, 1858; 

d. August 18, J 864. 

4 2 j8 6 Emma Bar/on Brewster, b. September 24, 
1861; m. March 22, 1887, to Alfred 
Guillou, son of Rene Guillou ; children, 
Alfred, Victor and Rene. 

; Esther Sergeant Brewster, b. December 1, 
[863. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. I 3 

CHILDREN OF No. 4227. 

GEORGE MAURICE ABBOT 8 , of Elizabeth Ser- 
geant Barton? (Abbot), of Esther Rittenhouse Sergeant 6 
(Barton), of Elizabeth Rittenhouse Sergeant 5 , of David*, 
of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

9 4240 i Elsie. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4234. 

FREDERICK CARROLL BREWSTER, JR 8 ., of 
Emma Barton 7 (F. C. Brewster), of Esther Rittenhouse 
Sergeant 6 (Wm. P. C. Barton), of Elizabeth Rittenhouse 3 
(Sergeant), of David 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam 1 . 

1 Emma Barton Breivster. 

2 Frederick Carroll Brewster, jd. 

3 Sergeant Barton Breivster. 

4 William J. Almon Brewster. 

5 Clarance Barton Brewster. 

6 Elizabeth L. Almon Brewster. 



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4248 


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CHILDREN OF No. 4236. 

WILLIAM BARTON BREWSTER 8 , of Emma Bar- 
ton 7 (F. C. Brewster), of Esther Rittenhouse Sergeant 6 
(Wm. P. C. Barton), of Elizabeth Rittenhouse 5 (Sergeant), 
of David 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

9 4249 1 Geraldtne Brewster. 



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DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4238. 
EMMA BARTON BREWSTER 8 (Guillou), of Emma 
1< AK : I Brewster), of Esther Rittenhouse Sergeant 6 

(W'm. P. C. Barton), of Elizabeth Rittenhouses (Sergeant), 

I 1 u 11, «, of M \ 1 rHiAS 3 , of Nicholas 9 , of William'. 



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9 4250 i Alt ltd \'ic tor Guillou. 

a 4251 2 Rene Guillou. 



CHILDREN OF No. 40. VOL. I. 

ELEANOR RITTENHOUSE* (Evans), of Matthias*, 
of NICHOLAS", of William'. 

5 4252 1 Benjamin Evans. In middle age he mar- 

ried the daughter of John Brown, of 
Chester county, Pa. This proved to be 
a happy union. He inherited a valuable 
farm from Mr. Brown and raised a family 
of four intelligent daughters ; he died 
about 1837. 

Daniel Evans, the husband of Eleanor Rittenhouse (No. 
40, page 214, Vol. I, History of Rittenhouse Family), died 
suddenly, he having quitted the harvest field somewhat indis- 
posed ; retired to bed, and in a few minutes afterwards was 
found dead; he died about 1790. 

5 4253 2 Matthias Evans, located in Pittsburg, was a 
successful builder ; he died a few years 
prior to his brother, David, about 1834; 
unmarried. 

5 4 2 54 3 David Evans, m. Elizabeth Carson, of Phila- 
delphia; at an early age he migrated to 
Pittsburg, Pa., which was then rising 
from an old frontier fort into a commer- 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. I 5 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

6 4 2 54 3 cial city. By a prudent course he be- 

came wealthy. One daughter and three 
sons survive him, David, Benjamin, Jo- 
seph and Mary; he died about 1836. 

5 4255 4 Hannah Evans, m. Dr. William Smith, of 

Trappe, Montgomery county, Pa. ; no 
issue. 

In this family Eleanor Evans spent the latter part of her 
life, and died about 1809. She was the mother of Hannah 
Evans. In February, 18 16, Mrs. Smith was taken down with 
typhus pleurisy; Miss Armstrong was called on to watch over 
the sick-bed. In a few days the doctor was prostrated, and 
next Miss Armstrong, all three dying within a space of two 
weeks. 

5 4256 5 Elisabeth Evans, b. 1767; d. June 14, 1802, 

aged 35 years; m. Joseph Armstrong ; 
had five sons and one daughter, three of 
whom died before the death of the mother 
(in 1802); the last born died in 1804, 
aged about three years. 

In 1 8 16 Eleanor, the only daughter, died, aged 22 years, 
leaving only one son, A. E. Armstrong, from whose manu- 
script I have the above information. This A. E. Armstrong 
married a Miss Baker, daughter of John Baker, of Lower 
Providence, Montgomery county, Pa., whose wife was a Miss 
Roberts, of Welsh extraction. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4254. 

DAVID EVANS 5 , of Eleanor Rittenhouse 4 (Evans), 
of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4257 1 Elisabeth Evans, unm. 

6 4258 2 Ellen Evans, d. aged 18 or 19 years. 



,,, DAVID KITTEN HOUSE. 

Iu1l>ltu»l K.mlU 

Wary Evans, b. December 16, 1794, at Nor- 
ristown, l'a. ; m. John B, Bayard; he 
had .1 son, David E. Bayard, residing at 
East Liberty, near Pittsburg, Pa., and is 
a near relative to Senator Bayard, of 
Delaware. 

6 4260 4 Anne Evans, m. Marcus Wilson, of Wheel- 
ing, Va. ; had the first paper mill in Vir- 
ginia. 

6 42^1 5 Susan Evans, d. single, 20 or 21 years of 

age. 

6 4262 6 Hannah Smith Evans, m., first, Dr. John 
Gladden, second, Rev. William Eaton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 39. VOL. I. 

ANNIE RITTENHOUSE4,of Matthias3, of Nicholas 2 , 
of William'. 

Annie Rittenhonse, sister of David Ritten house, died in 
1762, aged 26 years. She was married to George Shoe- 
maker, and had one son, Jacob, who was killed in battle in 
1781, in South Carolina; had advanced to the rank of lieu- 
tenant. Memoirs on David Rittcnlionsc, p. i^j. 



CHILDREN OF No. 41. VOL. I. 

ESTHER RITTENHOUSE4 (Barton, Rev. Thomas), 
-•t" M \i 1111 is 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

5 4261 1 William Barton, m. Elizabeth Rhea. 

He was the oldest son of Rev. Thomas Barton, and was 
a man of solid ability and great energy of character. In Sep- 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. I 7 

tember, 1775, at the suggestion of his father, he left America 
for England, bearing with him letters of recommendation 
from Bishop Peters and other persons. While in Europe he 
laid the foundation of his education, and otherwise advanced 
his literary interests, for which he had a peculiar fondness. 
He left England in 1778 and returned to America, by way of 
Holland and the West Indies, and landed at Baltimore Janu- 
ary 8, 1779. On his passage from the West Indies to the 
Continent he assisted in making prize of a British privateer, 
which was brought to Baltimore. Immediately upon landing 
he took the oath of fidelity and allegiance to the United 
States Government. Upon his arrival at Lancaster he re- 
ceived a letter from David Rittenhouse, dated January 24, 
1779, m which he says : " I most sincerely congratulate you 
on your safe arrival, and impatiently expect the pleasure of 
seeing you here. I received yours from Baltimore ten days 
after the date, and immediately wrote to your father, suppos- 
ing him to be still in New York, though we cannot be certain 
as to that matter." He was shortly afterwards admitted to 
the Lancaster bar, and also chosen an officer of the militia of 
the borough of Lancaster. His advocacy of the cause of the 
struggling colonies was warm and enthusiastic. On the 18th 
of August, 1789, he was nominated by President Washington, 
one of the Judges of the Western Territory, and the Senate rati- 
fied the nomination. He was afterwards (with but two excep- 
tions) unanimously recommended by the Lancaster bar for 
the appointment to the President Judgeship of the District, 
composed of the counties of Lancaster, Chester, York and 
Dauphin. In 1779 he was an ardent Republican and staunch 
advocate of the election of Thomas McKean for Governor of 
Pennsylvania. Being a finished scholar and a fine writer, he 
was, during that campaign, the one generally selected to draft 
the Democratic addresses, then a leading feature of political 
parties. He was, in 1800, appointed Prothonotary of Lan- 
caster eounty, and this office, together with the commission 
of Clerk of the Orphans' Court, which he obtained in 1803, 
he held up to 1 809, when he was succeeded by John Pass- 



DAVID Kl ITKNIIOl'SK. 

more. He afterwards removed to Philadelphia, and was 
chosen secretary of the American Philosophical Society of 
Philadelphia. He obtained from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania the honorary title of Master of Arts. He is the author 
of a dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and Maritime 
Commerce, and also of a biography of the philosopher, 
1 ).i\ id Rittenhouse. 

He lias also written a work on the abolition of trial by 
jury, wherein he vigorously and ably opposed the proposition. 
On the fly-leaf is written: "To R. P. Barton. From his Bro- 
ther, the Author." 

The work is in the possession of Randolph Barton, who 
is a grandson of R. 1'. Barton, and is an attorney-at law at 
Baltimore, Md. 

lodlrldaal Ptmllj 

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5 42G2 2 Esther Barton, b. April 17, 1756; m. March 
3, 1774, to Paul Zantzinger, of Lancaster, 
by Rev. Dr. Smith ; he was a merchant 
in the borough of Lancaster, Pa. ; he 
went to camp at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

Mr. Bryan writes, March 15, 1779, that Zantzinger has a 
design of getting liberty to pass into New York. For this pur- 
pose he will hold forth his desire to visit his father-in law, 
Rev. Thomas Barton, now in that city. 

It is probable that he was accompanied by William Bar- 
ton, who lately returned from England, and was a son of 
Rev. Thomas Barton. 

John Paul Zantzinger, of Lancaster, was a merchant and 
.111 honorable, high-minded gentleman. They had sixteen 
children, and resided at Lancaster, Pa.; he was born 1744, and 
died June 23, 1S17, aged 73 years. 

•1" .} Benjamin Smith Barton, b. February 10, 

1766; m. Mary Pennington, b. March 
17,1771; he was the son of Rev. Thomas 
Barton and Esther Rittenhouse. 




HETTY BARTON ZANTZINGER. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 1 9 

Soon after the death of his parents he moved to the 
family of a brother in Philadelphia, in 1782, where he spent 
several years in the study of literature, the sciences, and 
medicine; in 1776 he went to Great Britain and prosecuted 
his medical studies at Edinburgh and London. He after- 
wards visited Gottingen, and there obtained the degree of 
Doctor of Medicine. On returning to Philadelphia, in 1789, 
he established himself as a physician in the city, and his su- 
perior talents and education soon procured him competent em- 
ployment. He was that year appointed Professor of Natural His- 
tory and Botany in the College of Philadelphia, and continued 
in that office on the incorporation of the college with the Uni- 
versity, in 1 79 1. He was appointed Professor of Materia 
Medica on the resignation of Dr. Griffith ; and on the death 
of Dr. Rush, succeeded him in the department of the Theory 
and Practice of Medicine He died December 19, 1816. 

In 1803 he published " Elements of Botany, or Outlines 
of the Natural History of Vegetables, &c." Dr. Barton has 
the honor of being the first American who gave to his country 
an elementary work on botany. 

He also published " Collections for an Essay Towards a 
Materia Medica of the United States." 

In 1805 Dr. Barton commenced the publication of the 
" Medical and Physical Journal." 

Individual Kamily 
Geu. No. No. 

5 4264 4 Matthias Barton, b. 1762; d. January 11, 

1809 ; m. Esther Cox, daughter of Tench 
Cox ; had no issue. 

He was a son of Rev. Thomas Barton. He was admitted 
to the bar in 1778, and was elected, from Lancaster county, 
to the Legislature in the years 1793, 1794 and 1795. In 1796 
he was elected to the Senate of Pennsylvania, and re-elected 
in 1800. He was a man of superior culture and possessed a 
great fondness for natural history. He was a gentlem m, very 
amiable in his manners, of unspotted, private virtue, and 
whose charms in society endeared him to all with whom he 



DAVID RITTENHOl I 

came in contact He was a useful citizen, and ranked among 
the ablest men of Pennsylvania. He died January n, [809, 
in the 47th year of his 

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4265 5 David Rittenkouse Barton, m. Catharine 
Graeff, in 1793; his children were, 
Esther R., Edmund, George Washing- 
ton .uhI John Graeff. 

- 4.266 6 Thomas Barton, m. a Lancaster lady; had 
three children, llettie, George, Julianna. 

5 4267 7 Julianna Susanna Barton, m. John Moore 
White (Major), of New Jersey; had one 

child. 

Judge White was the son of Major White, a merchant of 
Philadelphia, and a Revolutionary officer, whose mother was 
the daughter of Alexander Moore, of Bridgeton, N. J. His 
parents dying while he was an infant, he was reared by his 
grandparents, from whom he inherited a large estate in 
Bridgeton, X. J. He subsequently moved to Woodbury, N. 
J., in [808, where he practiced law, and was appointed At- 
torney General of the state, in 1833, and Judge of the Su- 
preme Court, in 1858. He was a tall, fine-looking man, and 
died in i860, having lived to the age of 92 years. 

His father, Major White, was an aid to General Sullivan, 
and was wounded at the battle of Germantown ; he, however, 
followed with the retreating army, and died at a farm house 
on the Skippack road. He was buried with General Nash 
and others in the Mennonite burying-ground, at Kulpsville, 
Mi mtgomery county. Pa., about twenty-five miles north of Phil- 
adelphia, where a monument has been erected to their memory. 
His handsome appearance and dress had conferred on him 
the soubriquet of" Beau White." His gold watch and sleeve 
buttons, decorated with blue enameled crest and monogram, 
are in the possession of a lady collaterally related. 

A letter from Judge White to a friend, says: 




JOHN MOORE WHITE. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 21 

" I am tied here for the whole of this week, if not next, 
which, under all circumstances, is to me (as friends say) a 
great cross. I had much rather be with you at Newark or 

elsewhere. May that I will some day when you are 

more engaged than myself ask me to run of with, once for a 
day or so, and see friend. I think there is no probability that 
I can go away from here this week, and I am in court every 
day from 10 to I o'clock, and then from ? to candlelight 

I am dear sir, with much respect, 
Your friend, etc., 

John Moore White. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 4268 8 Richard Peters Barton, d. January, 182 1 ; m. 

Martha Walker, daughter of Dr. Walker, 
of " Kingston," the name of the family 
mansion, in Dinwiddie county, Virginia. 
He acquired property and moved to the Valley of Vir- 
ginia, and settled about six miles south of Winchester, Vir- 
ginia. He died January 10, 1821, the owner of a beautiful 
estate in that lovely country, to which he was probably at- 
tracted by its resemblance to Lancaster county, Pa. His sons 
were, Richard, Robert and David Walker. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4261. 

WILLIAM BARTONs, of Esther Rittenhouse* (Bar- 
ton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . (See 4203.) 

6 4269 1 John Rhea Barton, M. D., d. January 1, 

1 87 1 ; m. Miss Annie Frazer, and by her 
had two children ; she died ; he married 
a second time, to Susan Ridgway, a 
daughter of Jacob Ridgway, and widow 
of Dr. Rotch, of New Bedford. He was 
born at Lancaster, Pa. 
He was a leading physician of Philadelphia, and gradu- 
ated with distinction at the University of Pennsylvania, soon 



DAVID KITTKNIIOUSE. 

attaining a position .is surgeon, and excelled in the treatment 
of difficult cases. His treatment of compound fractures of 
the leg by bran dressing is still followed in our large hos- 
pitals. His name has been associated with a peculiar frac- 
ture of the radius, involving the wrist joint, and with an in- 
genious bandage for dressing a broken jaw. He died at his 
residence, on South Broad street, Philadelphia, on January i, 

[Bdirldail KmuIIv 

Ofn. '• s " 

6 4270 2 William P. C.Barton.b. November 17, 1786; 

d February 29, 1856; m. Esther Rittcn- 
house Sergeant ; d June 4, 1870. (See 
4203.) 

It is a well known fact that William P. C. Barton and 
each member of his class at Princeton took the name of some 
celebrated man. William P.C.Barton took that of Count 
Crillon. His cousin, John Rhea Smith (John R. C. Smith), 
took the name of Clarendon. They retained the initials of 
their college names to the end of their lives. 

William P C. Barton was born in Philadelphia, Novem 
ber 17, 1786, and graduated from Princeton College in 1805, 
and commenced the practice of medicine under the direction 
of his uncle, Dr. Benjamin Smith Barton, and graduated from 
the University of Pennsylvania in 1808. The subject of his 
graduation thesis was " Nitrous Oxide Gas." It was deemed 
worthy of publication, and was for many years a standard 
treatise upon that subject. 

Dr. William P. C. Barton practiced medicine in Philadel- 
phia, and was surgeon at the Pennsylvania Hospital. Upon 
the recommendation of the celebrated Dr. Benjamin Rush and 
Dr. Physick, was appointed surgeon in the navy. He organ- 
ized the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery U. S. Navy, and 
was appointed by the Secretary of the Navy the first Chief of 
the Bureau. I le was Professor of Botany in the University of 
Pennsylvania, and Professor Materia Medica and Botany in 
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. He was stationed 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



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several times at the navy yard at Philadelphia, and at other 
stations on shore ; he also had a great deal of sea duty. He 
became Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia ; 
a member of the American Philosophical Society ; President 
of the Linnean Society ; and honorary member and surgeon 
of the First Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry. 

As early as 1818 Dr. William P. C. Barton endeavored 
to obtain a charter for a new medical college. This move- 
ment was opposed by the friends of the University of Penn- 
sylvania, and the efforts of Dr. William P. C. Barton and his 
friends proved unsuccessful. Seven years later Dr. McClellan 
established the Jefferson Medical College, and Dr. William P. 
C. Barton was Professor of it for three years. Dr. William 
P. C. Barton married Esther, daughter of Jonathan Dickinson 
Sergeant, a member of the Philadelphia bar, and granddaugh- 
ter of the celebrated David Rittenhouse. She died June 4, 
1870. 

In an address before the Alumni Association of the Jef- 
ferson Medical College of Philadelphia, at its first anniversary, 
March 11, 1871, by S f D. Gross, M D., LL. D., Professor of 
Surgery in the College, and President of the Association, 
Dr. Gross thus speaks of Dr. William P. C. Barton : " He 
was in all respects a remarkable man ; highly educated, 
learned in his profession, a graceful lecturer, an able writer, 
and one of the most accomplished botanists in America. He 
abounded in flashes of wit, and a vein of irony and sarcasm 
was perceptible in almost everything he did and said. He 
had a passionate love for music and played with consummate 
ability upon the flute and violin. Many of his acts were 
marked by the eccentricities of genius. His style of lectur- 
ing was conversational, plain, simple and didactic, without: any 
attempt at oratory ; and his success as a teacher was all that 
could have been desired. In his appearance he was a model 
of neatness and elegance. 






DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 

i Thomas Barton, d. 1818, unm, 

4 Charles Barton, d. young. 

5 Hettie Ann Barton, unm. 
Mary Rhea Barton, unm 

7 Elizabeth Sophia Barton, unm. 

8 Susanna Juliamta Barton, m. Dr. Samuel 
Clement Hopkins, of New Jersey. 

4277 9 Nancy Barton d young. 







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6 




6 




6 






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4276 



CHILDREN OF No. 4262. 

ESTHER BARTONs (Zantzinger), of Esther Ritten- 
house* (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4278 1 Esther Maria Zantzinger, b. at Lancaster, 

December 9, 1774, at 10 o'clock in the 
morning; d. August 15, 1775; baptized 
by Rev. Mr. Helmuth. 

6 4279 2 Thomas Barton Zantzinger, b. January 5, 
1776, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon ; was 
baptized by Rev. Mr. Helmuth ; m. Miss 
Sheaf. 

6 4280 3 Mary Zantzingcr, b. March 15, 1777, be- 
tween 1 and 2 o'clock in the morning ; 
baptized by Rev. Mr. Helmuth ; d. June 
27, 1 82 1. 

She was married to Rev. Thomas Picton, of Gloucester 
county, New Jersey, November 18, 1 802, by Rev. Mr. Ed- 
wards, of Salem, New Jersey. She left one daughter, Mary 
Barton Picton, born August 16, 1806, who married Mr. Ed- 
win Stevens, of Hoboken, New Jersey. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



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6 4281 4 Sarah Barton Zantzivger, b. March 9, 1778 

between 3 and 4 o'clock in the after- 
noon ; was baptized by Rev. Mr. Barton. 
She married General Franklin Davenport, of Woodbury, 
New Jersey, who was considered Woodbury's first lawyer', 
Glouscester county's most noted citizen, and one of the most 
distinguished men in New Jersey. He served in the Revo- 
lutionary War, and particularly distinguished himself at Fort 
Mifflin. He had an extensive law practice, and was made 
first Surrogate of New Jersey, by General Livingston, in 
1785, and was United States Senator from New Jersey, in 
1798 and 1799. He served as Colonel of the New Jersey 
Troops in the Whiskey Insurrection of 1794, and was also a 
member of the famous " Fox Hunting Club" established 
prior to the Revolution. General Davenport lived to an ad- 
vanced age, and died about 1820. 

6 4282 5 Esther Sophia Zanizinger,h. May 15, 1779, 

at 6 o'clock in the morning ; was bap- 
tized by Rev. Mr. Schultz ; d. young. 

6 4283 6 Julianna Elizabeth Zantzinger,h. August 26, 
1 78 1, between 6 and 7 o'clock in the 
afternoon ; baptized by Rev. Mr. Muh- 
lenberg ; m. Colonel Robert G. Johnson, 
of Salem, New Jersey, November 17, 
1 8 1 3, by Rev. Nathaniel Todd, of Wood- 
bury, N. J. ; d., at Salem, August 13, 
1854, and is buried by the side of her 
husband, in St. John's church-yard ; she 
left no children. 
Colonel Robert Gibbon Johnson was a prominent citizen 
of Salem, New Jersey, where his ancestors had been the first 
settlers. He graduated at Princeton College in 1790, but was 
frustrated in his cherished plan of studying law by the death 
of his father, and turned his attention to the care of his large 
landed estate. He was a man of great integrity of character, 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 

.tiul when only 23 years of age was appointed one of the pay- 
masters of the New Jersey Brigade in the Whiskey Insurrec- 
tion hi" 1 ;• i.j. He was made Colonel of the militia cavalry in 
by Governor Williamson. Colonel Johnson possessed 
great culture, refinement and literary tastes, and drew around 
him the religious and literary minds of New Jersey, such as 
Bishop Croes, I m. Staughton, Rev. Drs. Miller, Janeway, Ely, 
and Murray, of the Presbyterian Church; Chief Justice Kirk- 
patrick, Hon. Samuel Southard and others, who were his 
chosen friends and partakers of the hospitality of his hand- 
some home, lie was the principal founder of the First Pres- 
byterian Church in his native town, the site of the church and 
grave-yard being his gift, a portion of his ancestral acres. He 
was one of the gentleman most instrumental in organizing 
the New Jersey Historical Society, in Trenton, in 1842, and 
was its first Vice President, and contributed many rare and 
original documents. He was also an historian, being the 
author of a " History of Salem, New Jersey," a standard 
work. Colonel Johnson lived to a ripe old age and died Sep- 
tember, 1849, in his 80th year. 

Mrs. Johnson was a lady of sterling character and fine 
appearance, and a kind and loving mother to her husband's 
children, who reverence her memory. 



4284 7 Harriet Ann Zantzinger t h. January 5, 1783, 
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon ; baptized 
by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg; d. July 17, 
17S3- 

42S5 8 Harriet Rennette Zantzinger, b. August 17, 
1784, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon ; bap- 
tized by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg; d. at 
Salem, N. J., 1856. 

9 William Paul Zanizinger, b. January 30, 
1786, between 7 and 8 o'clock in the 
evening; baptized by Rev. Mr. Hutchins 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



27 



6 4287 10 Caroline Amelia Zantzinger, b. October 18, 
1787, at 10.15 o'clock at night; baptized 
by Rev. Mr. Hutchins. 

6 4288 1 1 Henry Richard Zantzinger, b. August 24, 
1789, at 11.45 o'clock at night; baptized 
by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg. 

6 4289 12 Henry David Zantzinger. h. March 24,1791, 
at 6 o'clock in the morning ; baptized by 
Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg. 

6 4290 13 Richard Augustus Zantzinger, b. October 
24, 1792, at 6 o'clock in the morning; 
baptized by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg ; was 
a Major in the U. S. Army. 

6 4291 14 John Paul Zantzinger, b. March 21, 1794, 
between 10 and n o'clock in the morn- 
ing; baptized by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg; 
was Captain in the U. S. Navy; m. 
Susan R. Hipkins, daughter of John 
and Eliza Hipkins, of Norfolk, Virginia, 
March 10, 1821 ; they had children. 

6 4292 15 Caroline Amelia Zantzinger, b. August 30, 
1795; d. the following month; baptized 
by Rev. Mr. Muhlenberg. 

6 4293 16 Caroline Catharine Zantzinger, b. July 15, 
1799, at 6 o'clock in the evening; bap- 
tized by Rev. Mr. Hutchins ; m. Harry 
Gilbert, of the army, July 11, 1822, by 
Rev. Mr. Freeman, of New Jersey. 

The above family of sixteen children has been reported 
to me in the above form by Mrs. Hubbell, of Walnut street, 
Philadelphia, who has the original records in her possession, 
and is inserted thus by their request. 



DAVID KITTEN HOUSE. 

CHILDREN OF No. 4263. 

BENJAMIN SMITH BARTON*, of Esther Ritten- 
HOUSi ' I Barton), of Matthias*, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

In.llti -lii«l KmiillT 

O.D. I N " 

6 4294 1 Thomas Pennant Barton, m. Cora Livingston, 
of New York, in April, 1833; she was 
the only surviving child. 

6 4295 2 Hettie Barton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4265. 

DAVID RITTENIIOUSE BARTON*, of Esther Rit- 
T F.N house 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4296 1 Esther R. Barton, b. 1795; d. 1866, unm. 

6 4297 2 Edmund Barton, b. 1797; d. 1853,1mm. 

6 4298 3 George Washington Barton, b. 18 10; d. 

1 85 1 ; m. Catharine Clemson Barton. 

6 4299 4 John Graeff Barton, m. Maria Musser; they 
had three children, Edward R., Anna 
G. and Edith Barton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4266. 

THOMAS BARTON*, of Esther Rittenhouse* (Bar- 
ton), Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4300 1 Hettie Barton, unm. 

6 4301 2 George Barton, m. Miss Davis, and his de- 

scendants are living in South Carolina. 

6 4302 3 Julianna Barton, unm. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 29 

CHILDREN OF No. 4267. 

JULIANNA SUSANNA BARTON* (White), of Esther 
Rittenhouse* (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen No. No. 

6. 43°3 l -Esther White, d., aged 16 years ; was a pre- 

cocious girl ; died many years prior to 
her parents. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4268. 

RICHARD PETERS BARTON*, of Esther Ritten- 
house 4 , (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4304 1 Richard W. Barton, m. Alcinda Gibson ; she 

d.; he m. again, to Carolina Marks, April 
30, 1833 ; he d. i860 ; resided at Spring- 
dale, Frederick county, Virginia ; P. O , 
Newton ; by oca, lawyer, farmer and 
member of Congress. 

6 4305 2 Dr. Robert Rittcnhouse Barton, b. 1792; m. 

Magdalena H. Harvey, 1824; she died; 
he m., second time, to Sarah McClellan, 
in 1854; resided in Rockbridge county, 
Virginia ; was a surgeon in U. S. Navy, 
a physician and planter; d. January 21, 
1858. 

6 4306 3 David Walker Barton, b. 1800; d. July 7,. 
1863; lawyer; m. Fannie L. Jones, in 
1827 ; children, Charles, David, William, 
Robert, Randolph and Balling. 



30 DAVID RITTENHI 11 5] 

( HILDREN OF Xo. 4269. 

1 1 ) 1 1 N RIM. A BARTON 6 , of Williams, of Esther 
Km enhoi si ' ( Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 3 , of Wil- 
li \m'. 

4 |i >- 1 Francis Barton, m. Emily Chase, of Boston ; 

one daughter, Emily. 

7 4 V 8 2 Ellen Barton, d. young. 

7 43°9 3 Persifor Frazer Barton, d. young. 

7 4310 4 Alice C. Barton, m. Edward S. Willing; 
res., South Broad street, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4270. 

WILLIAM P. C. BARTON 6 , M. D., of Williams, of 
Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 

of William'. 

7 4311 1 Elizabeth Sergeant Barton, b. April 28, 1 8 1 5 ; 

d. August 23, 1885 ; m. Samuel Abbot, 
of Boston, April 28, 1840; he was b. 
October 10, 1807; d. October 4, 1873. 

7 4312 2 Emma Barton, b. 18 16; d. aged five years. 

7 43 1 3 3 Julia Barton, b. 1817; d. June 26, 1884; m. 
Dr. J. Dickinson Miller, Medical Direc- 
tor U. S. Navy. 

4314 4 Adeline Barton, b. June 5, 1818; died Oct. 
30, 1876; m. T. Howard Paschal, dee'd. 

7 43 '5 5 Harriet Butler Barton, d. young. 

7 4316 6 William Barton, d. young. 

4317 7 Emma Bar/on, b. June 3, 1822; m. Hon 
Frederick Carroll Brewster, March 25, 
1850; she d. September 4, 1882; see. 
No. 617. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

7 4318 8 William Barton, d. young. 

7 4319 9 -Mary Barton, d., unm., in 1856. 

7 4320 10 Lavinia Barton, unm.; d. Oct. 9, 1895. 

7 4321 11 Clara Barton, d. March, 1893, unm. 

7 4322 12 Selina Barton, b. about 1830; unm. 

7 4323 13 William Alfred Barton, d. young. 

7 4324 14 One whose name we have not ; d. young. 



31 



CHILDREN OF No. 4276. 

SUSANNA JULIANNA BARTON 6 (Hopkins), of Wil- 
liam 5 , of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4325 1 Rebecca Hopkins, m. Judge Thomas P. Car- 

penter, of New Jersey ; children, Susan 
M., Anna Stratton, Thomas P. and James 
Hopkins. 

7 4326 2 Elizabeth Hopkins, d. unm. 

7 4327 3 James Hopkins, m. Mary Cox ; children, 

William Barton and James R. 

7 4328 4 Mary Hopkins, m. Robert Ritche ; children, 
Robert, Samuel, Arthur, Edward, Susan, 
James, Mary B. 

7 4329 5 Clementina Bculah Hopkins, d. unm. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4279. 

THOMAS BARTON ZANTZINGER 6 , of Esther Bar- 
ton 5 (Zantzinger), of Esther Rittenhouse 4 , (Barton), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



DAVID Rl [TENHOUSE. 

IndMdnal Kunllj 
No 

i William S. Zantzinger ; children, William, 
( reorge Barton and Cornelia. 

Thomas Barton Zantzinger, d. single. 

j I nn jam in Zantzinger, unni. 

4 Henry Zantzinger, unm. 

5 Mary Zantzinger, unm. 

6 Cornelia Zantzinger, unm. 

7 George Zantzinger, m. Caroline Helmuth ■ 
children, Alfred, George, Ernest. 



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7 


4334 


7 


4335 


7 


4336 



CHILDREN OF No. 4280. 

MARY ZANTZINGER 6 (Picton), of Esther Bartons 
1 Zantzinger), of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , 
of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4337 l Mary Barton Picton, b. August 16, 1806; 

m. Edwin A. Stevens, of Hoboken, N. J.; 
he died ; left one child, Mary. 

7 4338 2 Dr. John Picton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4291. 

JOHN PAUL ZANTZINGER 6 , of Esther Bartons 
(Zantzinger), of Esther Rittenhouse 4 , (Barton), of Mat- 
thias 1 , of Nicholas 2 , of William'. 

7 4339 ' Franklin Davenport Zantzinger, m. Augusta 

Layall, of Norfolk, Virginia; she was a 
sister to Admiral Farragut's second wife. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 33 

Individua Family 

Geu. No. No. 

7 434° 2 Alexina Virginia Zantzinger\ m. George 
Washington Harrison, U. S. Navy, de- 
ceased ; she is yet living (1896), resides 
in Washington, D. C. ; no issue ; she has 
a painting of her grandmother, Hetty 
Barton, from which we have the photo- 
graph for this work. 



CHILDREN OF No 4298. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BARTON 6 , of David Rit 
tenhouse Barton 5 , of Esther Ritnenhouse 4 (Barton), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4341 1 Catharine Clause n Barton, m. Thomas H. 

Neilson. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4299. 

JOHN GRAEFF BARTON 6 , of David Rittenhouse 
Barton 5 , of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4342 1 Echvard R. Barton. 

7 4343 2 Anna G. Barton. 

7 4344 3 Edith Barton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4304. 

RICHARD W. BARTON 6 , of Richard Peters Barton 5 , 
of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

First marriage : 

7 4372 1 Julia Grammon Barton, b. 1824; m Moses 

Myers, who died December 2, 1883 ; left 
four children : 



P. Win RITTENHOUSE. 

j ;- 5 i Barton Myers. 

% I ;-.) j Louisa Myers. 

I ;;; 3 Georgia Myers. 

8 4376 4 William />'. Myers. 

j 4377 2 Richard T. Barton ; d., leaving two children. 

Second marriage : 

8 4378 1 Joseph M. Barton, b. March 26, 1835, still 
living ; m. Mary Neill, February 17, 
1857 ; has four children living. 

8 4379 2 Samuel,M. Barton, b. May 9, 1859; Ph.D., 

University of Virginia ; professor of 
mathematics and astronomy. 

8 4380 3 Lewis M. Barton, b. December 15, i860. 
Cary M. Barton, b. October 18, 1862. 
Frederick M. Barton, b. May 17, 1864. 

7 4381 3 Caroline M. Barton, b. October 29, 1836; 

m. Dr. Robert F. Baldwin, who died 1879, 
leaving six children : 

Cary Baldwin, m. Hugh C. Preston. 
Kate Baldwin, m. Barton Myers. 
A. Steward Baldwin. 
Robert F. Baldwin. 
William B. Baldwin. 
Jo Jin M. Baldwin. 

Villiam Barton, b. October 2, 1841 ; d., 
1874; served four years in the Confed- 
ate army. 



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4387 


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4388 


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DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 35 

CHILDREN OF No. 4305. 

DR. ROBERT RITTENHOUSE BARTON 6 , of Rich- 
ard Peters Barton 5 , of Esther Rittenhouse* (Barton), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 4389 i Virginia H. Barton, b. January 16, 1835; 

m. Dr. J. Randolph Page in 1862; d. 
1 864 ; left one daughter : 

8 4390 1 Virginia Barton Page. 

7 4391 2 Martha Walker Barton, b. November 5, 

1836; m. George B.Thompson, 1874; 
has three children : 

8 4392 1 George B. Thompson. 

8 4393 2 Barton Thompson. A Oj 22^3 

8 4394 3 William Thompson. 

7 4395 3 Robert Barton, b. May, 1841 ; m. Lucy T. 

Cloyd, November 25, 1875 ; res., Pulaski 
county, Virginia ; occ, farmer ; has six 
children : 

8 439<-> 1 David C. Barton, b. April 11, 1877. 

8 4397 2 Robert H. Barton, b. September 5, 1878. 

8 4398 3 Randal McG. Bat ton,b. January 27, 1881. 

8 4399 4 Elizabeth J. Barton, b. November 23, 

1882. 

8 4400 5 William S. Barton, b. July 9, 1885. 

8 4401 6 Edward T. Barton, b. March 20, 1891. 

Children by Dr. Robert Rittenhouse Barton's second 
wife : 
7 4402 1 Edmonia Barton, b. March 8, 1855 ; m. Mr. 

Hume. 



DA\ ID Kl [TENHOUSE. 

it, n. 1 1. i.i t u 

K« 

2 David Riltenhouse Barton, b. December, 

.S57. 

Dr. Robert Rittenhouse Barton served as surgeon in the 

United States Navy during the war of 181 2, and was presented 

by Congress with two medals, one silver and one bronze, for 

distinguished services therein. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4306. 

DAVID WALKER BARTON 6 , of Richard Peters 
Bar n >\\ of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas", of William 1 . 

7 4345 1 Charles Marshall Barton, was killed in the 

late war with the South. 

7 4346 2 David Rittenhouse Barton, was killed in the 
late war with the South. 

7 4347 3 William Strother Barton, was wounded in 
the war with the South, and lost a leg in 
battle, and subsequently died. 

7 4348 4 Robert T. Barton, of Winchester, Va., b. 
November 24, 1842 ; m. Kate K. Knight, 
February 19, 1868; she died; he m., 
second time, Gertrude W. Baker, June 
10, 1890; served in Southern war, and 
escaped unhurt; had one son, Robert 
T. Barton, Jr. 

4349 5 Randolph Barton, was wounded seven times 
in battle during the Southern war; he 
is by profession a lawyer, and has a 
lucrative business at Baltimore. 

7 4350 6 Dr. Balling IV. Barton, served in the late 
war between the states and escaped un- 
hurt: he is a noted botanist. 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



37 



CHILDREN OF No. 4307. 

FRANCIS BARTON?, of John Rhea 6 , of Williams, of 
Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Geu. No. No. 

8 4351 1 Emily Barton, m. Grey Pendleton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4310. 

ALICE BARTON? (Edward S. Willing), of John 
Rhea 6 , of W 7 illiam 5 , of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4352 1 Susan Barton Willing. 

8 4353 2 John Rhea Barton Willing. 

8 4354 3 Edward Shippen Willing, d., aged 4 years. 

8 4355 4 Ava Lowle Willing, m. John Jacob Astor, 
of New York, son of William Astor, 
lately deceased ; have one child, William. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4325. 

REBECCA HOPKINS? (Carpenter), of Susanna Juli- 
anna Barton 6 (Hopkins), of William 5 , of Esther Ritten- 
house 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4356 1 Susan M. Carpenter. 

8 4357 2 Anna Stratton Carpenter, deceased. 

8 4358 3 Thomas P. Carpenter, Jr., deceased. 

8 4359 4 James Hopkins Carpenter. 



»8 DAVID KITTENHOUSE. 

( HILDREN OF No. 4327. 

[AMES HOPKINS 7 , of Susanna Julianna Barton 6 
(Hopkins), of William 5 , of Esther Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), 
of M itthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

[ndlTtdoal FhihIIv 
Ho. So, 

8 4360 i William Barton Hopkins, M. D., m. the 
widow of Mr. McKim, of Baltimore, Mel., 
who was a Miss Latrobc, of the same 
city ; had three children, Eleanor Bar- 
ton Hopkins, Elise Latrobe Hopkins, 
Marion Hopkins, deceased. 

8 4361 2 James R. Hopkins, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4328. 

MARY HOPKINS? (Ritche), of Susanna Julianna 
Barton 6 (Hopkins), of William Barton 5 , of Esther Ritten- 
house* (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4362 1 Rev. Robert Ritche, m. Helen W. Bridge ; 

one child, Mary. 

2 Samuel Ritche, unmarried. 

3 Rev. Arthur Ritche, unmarried. 

4 Rci\ Edward Ritche, unmarried. 

5 Susan B. Ritche, deceased. 

6 James Ritche, deceased. 

7 Mary B. Ritche, deceased. • 



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4367 


8 


4368 



CHILDREN OF No. 4330. 

WILLIAM S. ZANTZINGER', of Thomas Barton 
Zantzinger 6 , of Esther Bartons (Zantzinger), of Esther 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



39 



Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , ot 
William 1 . 



8 4369 1 William S. Zaritzinger. 
8 437° 2 George Barton Zantzinger. 
8 4371 3 Cornelia Zantzinger. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4336. 

GEORGE ZANTZINGER?, of Thomas Barton Zant- 
zinger 6 , of Esther Barton 5 (Zantzinger), of Esther Ritten- 
house 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4372 1 Alfred Zantzinger, m. Sarah C. Clark. 

8 4373 2 George Zantzinger, d. unmarried. 

8 4374 3 Earnest Zantzinger, m. Hitty Pepper, a 

widow, and daughter of George M. 
Wharton. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4337. 

MARY BARTON PICTON? (Stevens), of Mary Zant- 
zinger 6 (Picton), of Esther Barton 5 (Zantzinger), of Esther 
Rittenhouse 4 (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , ot 
William 1 . 

8 4375 1 Mary Stevens, m. Hon. Muscoe Garnett 

Russel, of Virginia, who died ; she mar- 
ried, a second time, to Col. Edward 
P.rk Custis Lewis, of Virginia. 



40 



PAVin KITTENHOUSE. 



CIIILDRKN OF No. 4339. 

FRANKLIN DAVENPORT ZANTZINGER', of Cap- 
pain [ohn Pai l 6 , of Esther Barton 5 (Zantzinger), of Esther 
Rittenhouse* (Barton), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam'. 



Frank Lay all Zantzinger. 

Carmilla Layall Zantzinger, m. Lieutenant 
L. Wilson, of Virginia, of the U. S. Army. 

Ahvay Berry man Zantzinger. 

Virginia s Zantzi?iger. 

Susan Alexina Zantzinger. 

John Zantzinger. 



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BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



CHILDREN OF No. 42. VOL. I. 

BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE*, of Matthias3, of Nich- 
olas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 
Gen. No. No. 

5 4380 1 David Rittcnhouse, b. August 25, 1776; m., 

April 8, 1 80 1, in St. James' Protestant 
Episcopal Church, Perkiomen, now 
Evansburg, Montgomery county, Sarah 
Hughes, daughter of Isaac Hughes; had 
six children. 
Perm Archives. — Evansburg is in Lower Providence town- 
ship, Montgomery county, Pa., but their charter says " Perki- 
omen." It is very near the line of the latter. Here Benja- 
min, the father of David, is buried. — Author. 

5 4381 2 John Bull Rittcnhouse, b. before 1783; d. 

after 181 3 ; m. Miss Beverly, of Virginia; 
they both died young at Philadelphia ; 
he was United States Consul in Holland ; 
they had one child, John. 

5 4382 3 Benjamin Franklin Rittcnhouse, b. May 10, 

1784; d., September 2, 1804, unm. ; he 
was a midshipman in the navy, and was 
on board the fleet sent to the siege of 
Tripoli. He died on board the U. S. ship 
Constellation, of yellow fever, and was 



A2 BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 






; ^382 3 buried at sea, aged 19 years. He died 

on the voyage to Algiers; appointed 
midshipman January 2, 1 804. 

e 4383 4 Mary Rittenhouse, b. September 2, 1779, in 
Worcester, Montgomery county, Pa. ; d. 
February 17, 1867; m. Michael Nourse, 
June 21, 1800; he was b. September 1, 
1778, at Piedmont, near Charlestown, 
West Virginia ; had fifteen children ; she 
was the daughter of Benjamin Ritten- 
house (1740-1825) and Elizabeth Bull 
Rittenhouse, first wife of Benjamin ; 
Michael Nourse was a descendant of a 
long line of English country gentlemen, 
and the youngest of twenty-one brothers 
and sisters. 

5 43' s 4 5 Elisabeth Rittenhouse, b. August 28, 1788; 
d. young. 

5 4385 6 William Rittenhouse, b. October 23, 1794; 
it appears he must have died young. 

5 4386 7 Emily Rittenhouse, b. August 28, 1805; d. 
June 20, 1885; m. Charles Colladay, b. 
March, 1802; d. 1863; res., Philadel- 
phia. 
The two last named children are by the second marriage, 
with Frances Wade, daughter of Colonel Francis Wade, mar- 
ried January 22, 1793. 



The family of Sarah Hughes, who married David Ritten- 
house, son of Benjamin :* 

Matthias Holstein, b. December 2, 1717 (called Matthias 
the third); m. Margaret Hulings, in 1744; children: 

•From the Holstein Family History. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 43 

1. Samuel Holstcin, b. January 11, 1745; m. Rachel 
Moore. 

2. Hannah Holstein, b. December 15, 1748; m. Isaac 
Hughes, son of John and Sarah Hughes. 

3. Rebecca Holstcin, b. 1747 ; m. Jesse Roberts. 

4. Rachel Holstcin, b. 1753 ; m. Lindsay Coates. 

No. 2. Hannah Holstcin, m. Isaac Hughes ; children : 

1. Sarah Hughes, b. July 29, 1770; d. in infancy. 

2. John Hughes, b. March 28,1772; m. Hannah Bar- 
tholomew. 

3. Rachel Hughes, b. April 18,1774; m. William Lu- 
kens Potts. 

4. Z?w//* Hughes, b. April 23, 1776; m. David Jones. 

5. Sarah Hughes (second), b. February 22, 1778; m. 
David Rittenhouse, son of Benjamin Rittenhouse and Eliza- 
beth Bull, a daughter of Colonel John Bull, of the Revolu- 
tionary army, on April 8, 1801, by Rev. Slater Clay. This 
David Rittenhouse was a nephew of David Rittenhouse, the 
great astronomer ; resided near Fairview village, Pa. 

6. Hannah Hughes, b. November 28, 1780; m. Francis 
Wade, son of Colonel Francis Wade, of the Revolution, and 
Sarah Nelson Wade, of Fairview village, Pa. 



The following letter is inserted here on account of its 
valuable information : 

Minneapolis, April 8, 1891. 
Miss Anna M. Rittenhouse and sisters, Rittenhouse and Wis- 

sahickon avenues, Germantown, Pa. : 

Dear Cousins — Although impatient to answer your cor- 
dial and valued letter of March 8th, circumstances have pre- 
vented me, until now. Within that interval our family have 
in turn suffered from the gripp ; am desirous to give you 



.j j BENJAMIN KITTEN HOUSE. 

some data concerning our branch of the clan, that you might 
place it properly in the tree you arc cultivating. I wrote to 
aunt Hannah, of Sunbury, for information. Her autograph 
reply came a few days ago, and I expected then to send you 
on this the day we celebrate, but, alas, I have to mutter with 

many .mother the best laid plans of mine I will try 

to get even with you. This pedigree business always knocked 
me out in a very few rounds, and if I get through intelligibly 
I will be both surprised and pleased. 

My wife, Martha Louise Rittenhouse, with her brother, 
Charles Edwin, and sister, Mary Frances, were the children 
of Rev. John Hughes Rittenhouse and Jane S. Simonton. 
Mr. R.'s father was David, called after his uncle David, whose 
birthday you celebrate. Aunt Hannah Jordan, widow of the 
late Judge Jordan, of Sunbury, was sister to Rev. John 
Hughes Rittenhouse, above. Philosopher David's brother, 
Benjamin, was their grandfather, and, of course, their father, 
David's father, Benjamin, married Elizabeth Bull, who died 
early in life, leaving four children, viz. : David, who married 
Sarah Hughes; John (second son), married Miss Beverly, of 
Virginia, both died young, leaving one son, John Beverly 
Rittenhouse, who was purser in the U. S. Navy many years ; 
died in Philadelphia, and, like some others of the clan, never 
married. 

The third son, Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse, was a 
midshipman in the navy, and on board the fleet sent to the 
siege of Tripoli died and was buried at sea, aged 19 years. 
The fourth child was a daughter, and married Michael 
Nourse, who was the youngest of twenty-one children (auntie 
did not say whether this fact gave rise to the name or vice 
versa), and who was chief clerk in the Register's office at 
Washington, under his brother, Joseph Nourse, who was the 
eldest of the twenty-one, and Register of the Treasury, until 
General Jackson came into office, with " to the victor belongs 
the spoils." Mr. Joseph Nourse received his appointment 
from General Washington. This Michael Nourse, who mar- 
ried Mary, grandfather's only sister, Mary by name, and who 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 45 

was the mother of twelve children, raising seven sons and 
three daughters. Benjamin's (brother of David), (through 
whom our clan descended) wife's father was Colonel John 
Bull. His family consisted of one son and five daughters. 
Auntie* says these people have a most interesting and romantic 
history. The second daughter, Anna, married General Smith, 
of Virginia; third daughter married Joseph Nourse, men- 
tioned above, Register of Treaury — her name, Maria ; fourth, 
Rebecca, who married Captain John Boyd ; fifth, .Sarah, who 
had three husbands — a daughter of this one, my wife and I 
had the pleasure of seeing, and at auntie's. They owned all 
the land on which Northumberland was built. But I have 
about finished my tale. Perhaps, worried you. Auntie ex- 
presses her opinion in favor of Rittenhouse Square for the 
statue, but she says : " If it depends on a wordy legislature, 
you, I and all others will be old and gray-haired before you 
see it." 

Joshua Williams 
Minneapolis, Minnesota. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4381. 

JOHN BULL RITTENHOUSRs, of Benjamin*, of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



Individual Family 

Gen. No 



4387 l John Beverly Rittenhouse, d., in Philadelphia, 

January 22, 1874; was purser in U. S 
Navy ; he never married. 
He was born in the District of Columbia, and had the 
following appointments: Appointed from Alabama, July 21, 
1840; attached to Brig Oregon, survey of Tampa Bay, &c, 
1840-43. Sloop Levant, Pacific squadron, 1844-47. Navy 
yard at Pensacola, 1848-50. Sloop Albany, home squadron, 
1 85 1-5 2. Steam frigate San Jacinto, Mediterranean squadron, 

*Auntie was Hannah Rittenhouse, residing at Sunbury, Pa., and who married 
Judge Alexander Jordan ; had no issue. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

53, Receiving ship Boston, 1854-56. Steam frigate 
Susquehanna, Mediterranean squadron, [856-58. Navy yard, 
Boston, [859-60. Special duty, 1 86 1. Inspector, navy yard, 
Philadelphia, [862-64. Meet paymaster, Pacific squadron, 
1864 66. Inspector of provisions, Boston, 1867-69. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4383. 

MARY RITTENHOUSEs (Nourse), of Benjamin*, of 
of M\ 1 1111 is 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

lii.tivMuiil Kmiillv 

Qen. Ha Ho. 

6 4388 1 Elizabeth Rittenhouse Nourse, b. January 5, 

I 802 ; d. January 30, 1 802. 

6 4389 2 John Rittenhouse Nourse, b. September 1, 
1803; d. April 7, 1 87 1 ; m. Elizabeth 
Skinner, daughter of Dr. Skinner, June 
13, 1826, at Washington; she was born 
October 24, 1803, at North Coventry, 
Connecticut; d September 6, 1829; he 
m. again, Lucretia Colt Skinner, Novem- 
ber 17, 1830, at Washington, D. C. ; she 
was b. March 18, 1807; d. January 25, 
1872 ; both were daughters of Rev. Icha- 
bod Lord Skinner. 

6 4390 3 ' James Rittenhouse Nourse, b. April 30, 1 805 ; 

d. July 5, 1854; he was a clergyman, 
and m. Sarah North Harvey, October 1, 
1829, of Germantown, Pa.; b. May 18, 
1 8 1 o ; d. February 15, 1 87 1 , at Perry - 
ville, now Milroy, Pa. ; she was a daugh- 
ter of Samuel and Sarah North Harvey. 

6 4391 4 Benjamin Franklin Nourse, b. April 15, 

1807; d. May 19, 1836; he was surgeon 
in the U S. Navy in 1836; m. Josephine 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 47 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

439 1 4 Stansbury, January 3, 1832; she was b. 

December 10, 181 3 ; he d. at Key West, 
Florida; in 1825 Jefferson College, Pa., 
conferred on him the degree of B. A., 
and in 1 829the Medical Society of Wash- 
ington, now Columbia University, con- 
ferred the degree of M. D. 

4392 5 Alary Philips Nourse, b. April 12, 1809; d. 

November 16, 1844, single; buried at 
Washington, D. C. 

4393 6 Sarah Harriet Nourse, b. January 20, 181 1 ; 

d. June 10, 1839; m. George W. Stet- 
lineus, in 1833, at Washington, D. C. ; 
had one child, George William. 

4394 7 William Nourse, b. October 23, 1812; d. 

March 2, 1892, at Washington, D. C. ; 
m. Isabella Lucretia Bond, September 
15, 1840, at Abington, Hartford county, 
Md. ; he had a position in the War De- 
partment ; had six children. 

4395 8 Ann Josepha Nourse, b. October 21, 18 14, at 

Washington; d. June 17, 1885, at Tus 
tin, Los Angeles county, California ; m., 
October 4, 1837, Dr. Charles Augustus 
Hassler ; b. February 2, 18 10, at Sche- 
nectady, New York ; he was drowned, 
November 27, 1846, near Fisher's Island, 
Long Island Sound ; he was a surgeon 
in the U. S. Navy. 

4396 9 Charles Howard Nourse, b. December 1, 

1816; d. July 12, 1876, at Georgetown, 
D. C. ; m. Maria Robertson, October 14, 
1 841, near Rockville, Montgomery 
county," Md.; d. November 11, 1847, at 



BENJAMIN K NT KN HOUSE. 

Iull>l.|il.l l-'miilU 

No 

.,<,,«, g Rockville, Md.; m., second, March 5, 

1849, Elizabeth Jane Henderson, widow 
of J. P. C. Peters; b. 181 1 ; d. April 20, 
1S77, at Washington, D. C. 

6 4397 10 Joseph Everett Nourse, b. April 17, 1819; d. 
< October 8, 1889; was a professor in the 
U. S. Navy ; m. Sarah Wright, Decem- 
ber 23, 1841, at Georgetown, D. C. ; she 
was b. August 21, 182 1 ; d. December 
23, 1841. 

6 | $98 1 1 David Boyd Nourse, b. October 29, 1820; d. 
October 15, 1821, near Washington, 
D. C. 

6 4399 12 Henry Michael Nourse, b. September 25, 
1824; d. October 16, 1868; was an at- 
torney-at-law at Lafayette, Indiana ; m. 
Cora Stansbury, September, 1 846, at 
Washington, D. C. ; she d. in 1880, in 
New York. 

6 4400 13 Three children died unnamed in infancy; 
time of birth not known. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4386. 

EMILY RITTKNHOUSK5 (Colladay), of Benjamin*, of 
M \i iiii\s3, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4401 1 Frances Wade Colladay, b. January 31, 

1X27; m. George B. Keen; had seven 

children 

4402 2 Charles Robert Colladay, b. January 15, 

1829; d. June, 1 83 1. 

6 4403 3 Hannah Colladay, b. June 3, 1 83 1 ; m. F. B. 

Rianhard ; he d. September 30, 1859. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 49 



Individual Family 

Gsn. No. No. 



6 4404 4 William Rittenhouse Colladay, b. January 21, 
1834; d. November 29, 1877; m. Eliza- 
beth Wiltberger, October 1,1863; she 
d. November 29, 1877. 

6 4405 5 Charles Henry Colladay, b. August 6, 1836; 

d. September, 1849. 

6 4406 6 Mary B. Colladay, b. March, 1844; d. Sep- 
tember, 1847. 

6 4407 7 Samuel Rittenhouse Colladay. b. March 6, 

1842; m. Sallie B. Harrison, October, 
1870; residence, St. Louis, Missouri; 
was a Lieutenant in the army. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4380. 

DAVID RITTENHOUSEs, of Benjamin*, of Matthias*, 
of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

6 4408 1 Hannah Hughes Rittenhouse, b. about 1802; 

m. Alexander Jordan, Judge of the 
Eighth Judicial District of Pennsylvania, 
Oetober 13, 1858; resided in Sunbury, 
Pa. ; the marriage ceremony was per- 
formed by Rev. William Simonton, 
Presbyterian; Judge Jordan d. in Sun- 
bury, October 5, 1878; she is known by 
many of the family as Aunt Hannah, 
and is yet living (1895); no issue. 

6 4409 2 Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse, b. August 
7, 1805; d. 1883; m. Isabel Laurie, in 
1829, daughter of Dr. James and Eliza- 
beth Scott Laurie, both natives of Scot- 
land ; res., in Washington ; Mrs. Isabel 
Laurie Rittenhouse d. February, 1833, 



50 Bl M AMIS Kl I TENHOUSE. 






and he m., second, Henrietta Warring, 
daughter of James Davidson and Mary 
nee Higinbothom; marriage ceremony 
performed by Rev. Mr. Hawley, Episco- 
pal, of Washington, D. C. 

6 4410 5 Mary Elizabeth Rittenhouse, d. 1890; m. 

Abraham Brower Shuman, son of Jacob 
and Barbara (Brower) Shuman, of Mary- 
land, November I, 1837, by Rev. Wil- 
liam R. Smith, Presbyterian ; Mr. Shu- 
man d. in the City of David, in the Prov- 
ince of Chiriqui, New Granada, April 
10, 185 1 ; Mrs. Shuman d., in Sunbury, 
March 20, 1890. 

6 441 1 4 Emily Josepha Rittenhouse, m. Rev. David 
Hull, son of William Hull and Susan 
Marr, his wife, of Milton, Pa., by Rev. 
John B. Patterson. 

6 44 1- 5 Charles Edwin Rittenhouse, d. about 1880; 
m. Sarah M., daughter of Samuel and 
Lydia (Newbold) Whitall, of Georgtown, 
Octdber, 1840, by Rev. Mr. Hoff, Epis- 
copal ; children, Fannie, Louisa, Mary, 
Samuel, Emily and Charles. 

6 4413 6 Rev. John Hughes Rittenhouse , d. December, 

1853 ; he was a Presbyterian clergyman, 
and m. Jane L. Simonton, daughter of 
Hon. William L. Simonton, M. D., and 
Martha Snodgrass Simonton, by Rev. 
Dr. DeWitt, of Harrisburg, Pa., Septem- 
ber, 1847. 
1 lure were ten in all, four died young. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4382. 



5i 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RITTENHOUSE 6 , of Da- 
vids, of Benjamin*, of Matthias*, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



Gen. 



Children of first marriage : 

Individual Family 



7 4414 1 Elizabeth Scott Rittenhouse, d. July, 1892; 

m. William Henry Fitzhugh, son of Rev. 
R. R. and Eliza M. Gurley, by Rev. Dr. 
Eckard (formerly missionary to India), 
January 30, 1854; the father, Rev. R. 
R. Gurley, was born in Connecticut, the 
mother, Eliza, in Portland, Maine, and 
were married in Portland; Mr. W. H. 
F. Gurley d. July 7, 1866; b. 1830; by 
profession, lawyer ; had five sons and 
four daughters. 

The following funeral notice was copied from the papers : 
Gurley. — On Monday morning, July 25, 1892, Elizabeth 
S. Gurley, widow of W. H. F. Gurley, and daughter of the 
late B. F. Rittenhouse. Funeral services Wednesday, 5 
o'clock p. m., at Oak Hill Chapel. Kindly omit flowers. Res., 
West Washington, D. C. 

7 4415 2 S. Emily Rittenhouse, unm. ; res., 1607 28th 

street, Georgetown, D. C. 

7 4416 3 Isabel Laurie Rittenhouse, m. Joseph Harvey 

Nourse, son of James and Sar h Harvey 
Nourse, March, 1853, by Dr. Laurie, 
grandfather of Isabel, who died a month 
later, having preached in the city of 
Washington fifty years ; Mrs. Isabel 
Laurie Rittenhouse d. in February, 1883. 

Children of Benjamin by second marriage : 
7 4417 4 Mary Davidson Rittenhouse, m. A. Miller 
Woods, of Pennsylvania, son of Rev. Dr. 



-j BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 






: ( i- .j fames Woods, of Lewisburg, and Miss 

Witherspopn (who was the daughter of 
Dr. Witherspoon, of Princeton, of the 
eminent family of that name, one of 
whom signed the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence). The marriage ceremony was 
performed by Rev. Dr. Woods. 

7 4418 5 Henrietta Waring Rittenhouse, m. Captain 
Thomas Wilson (U. S. A.), he was a 
Lieutenant-Colonel and A. C. G. S., 
Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. A ; he 
was a graduate of West Point, George- 
town, D. C. ; the marriage ceremony was 
performed by Rev. Dr. Bocock (Presby- 
terian), May 6, 1858. 

7 4419 6 Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse, Brevet 
Major U. S. Army, m. Elizabeth Shapter, 
of Brooklyn, New York, by Rev. Wil- 
liam Langford, March 4, ; resides 

in Washington, D. C. ; during the late 
war was First Lieutenant in the Fifth 
Regiment, United States Artillery, and 
was wounded by a sharpshooter, in front 
of Petersburg, Virginia, June 19, 1864, 
and retired from service on account of 
the severe wound. 

7 4420 7 David Rittenhouse, m. Mary Tilghman Earle, 
May 24, 1 887 ; she d. in 1 889 ; he is Re- 
ceiving Teller in Riggs & Company's 
Bank, Washington, D. C. 

442 1 8 Clementina Craivford Rittenhouse, m. Rich- 

ard S. T. Cissel, of New York, by Rev. 
A. A. E. Taylor (Presbyterian), in May, 
1 868. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. r ^ 

7 4422 9 James Dclozier Rittenhouse, m. Dolores Ca- 
sillas; res., Arizona; had two children, 
living in 1887, named Zen Delozier Rit- 
tenhouse. 

7 4423 10 Helen Murray Rittenhouse, unm. 

7 4424 1 1 James Hall Rittenhouse, civil engineer and 
chemist in Scranton, Pa. ; m. Ida Cole, 
daughter of Rev. Leonard Cole, and 
granddaughter of Nancy Morse, of the 
old Morse family, April 10, 1878; five 
children. 

Her death notice from the paper reads thus: 
Rittenhouse. — On Thursday, April 20, 1893, at Scran- 
ton, Pa., Ida Cole, wife of James H. Rittenhouse. 

7 4425 12 Charles Edwin Rittenhouse, m. Helen S. 
Good, in 1880, at Washin-ton, D. C> 
two children. 

7 4426 13 John D. Rittenhouse, d. in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4410. 

MARY ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSE 6 (Shuman), of 
David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam 1 . 

1 David R. Shuman, unm. 

2 Sarah Shuman, d. in infancy. 

3 Helen M. Shuman, d. February 14, 1866. 

4 Emily Anna Shuman, unm. 

5 Mary Rittenhouse Shuman, unm. 

6 Charles F. Shuman. d. May 20, 1859. 



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I.I N| \M1\ RITTENHOUSE. 

CHILDREN OF No. 441 1. 

EMILY JOSEPHA RITTENHOUSE 6 (Hull), of Da- 
vid . of Bi njamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

[gdlridoal I 

0.0. n Wo. 

7 4433 1 William R. Hull, m. Jerusha Willard, by 

Rev. Dr. Hull; one child, J. Frampton 
Hull. 

7 4434 2 Joseph Hull, m. Elizabeth Mahaffe, by Rev. 
Dr. Hull ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4412. 

CHARLES EDWIN RITTENHOUSE 6 , of Davids, G f 
Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4435 1 Fannie Rittcuhousc, m. Thomas Hyde, of 

Riggs & Company, bankers, October, 
1864, by Rev. Dr. C. Butler, Episcopa 
lian ; two children, Thomas and Emily. 

7 4436 2 Sarah Louisa Rittcuhousc, unm. 

7 4437 3 Mary W. Rittcuhousc, m. Leonard Gunnel, 

October, 1868, by Rev. Pelham Wil- 
liams, of Boston, Episcopalian; Mr. L. 
Gunnel d. February 18, 1872; have one 
child, Leonard Gunnel. 

7 4438 4 Samuel Whitall Rittcuhousc, m. Caroline, 
daughter of Professor H. Lockwood, of 
the navy, September, 1874, by Rev. Al- 
exander Shiras. 

7 4439 5 Charles Edwin Rittcuhousc, d. in his four- 
teenth year. 

7 4440 6 Anna Rittcuhousc, d. in infancy. 

7 4441 7 Emily Rittcuhousc, unm. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 55 

CHILDREN OF No. 4435. 

FANNIE RITTENHOUSE? (Hyde), of Charles E. 6 , 
ot David 5 , of Benjamin 5 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 4442 1 Thomas Hyde. m. Nellie Augur. 

8 4443 2 Emily Rowland Hyde, m. Barry Buckley ; 

one child, Barry, Jr. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4438. 

SAMUEL WHITALL RITTENOUSE?, of Charles 
E. 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of 
William 1 . 

8 4444 1 Carolyn RittenJwuse. 

8 4445 2 Mary W. Rittenhonse. 

8 4446 3 Henry Rittcnhouse. 

8 4447 4 Charles Edwin RittenJwuse. 

8 4448 5 Paul RittenJwuse. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4424. 

JAMES HALL RITTENHOUSE?, of Benjamin Frank- 
lin R. 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

8 4449 1 Lucia Morse RittenJwuse, b. May 3, 1879. 

8 4450 2 Ralph Davidson RittenJwuse, b. January 14, 



1881. 



4451 3 Leonard Cole RittenJwuse, b. October 31, 

1884. 



;i. NJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



In.litl.lunl Knmllv 

(.,,.. No So 



8 4452 4 Howard Rittenhouse, b and d. January 4, 
1886. 

8 4453 5 Karl David Rittennouse, b. March 2, 1888; 

of Scranton, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4416. 

ISABEL LAURIE RITTENHOUSE? (Noursej, of 
Benjamin Franklin R. 6 , of David 5 , of Bejamin 4 , of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , William 1 . 

8 4454 1 Isabel Noursc, b. November 11, 1855, at 
Milroy, Pa. 

8 4455 2 Emily Noursc, b. June 12, 1859, at Bayfield, 

Wis. 

8 4456 3 Edward E. Noursc, b. December 24, 1863, 
Presbyterian minister at Hartford, Conn. 

8 4457 4 Harvey Noursc, b. February 20, 1870. 

8 4458 5 Laurie Nourse, b. January 18, 1872. 

8 4459 6 Louise Noursc, b. December 25, 1873. 

8 4460 7 Bessie Nourse, b. June 10, 1876. 

8 4461 4 Four died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4417. 

MARY DAVIDSON RITTENHOUSE? (Woods), of 
Benjamin Franklin R. 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 3 , of William 1 . 

8 4462 1 Henrietta R. Woods. 

8 4463 2 James S. Woods, 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. ry 

8 4464 3 Franklin R. Woods. 
8 4465 4 Two died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4419. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RITTENHOUSE? (Major), 
of Benjamin Franklin R. 6 , of Davids, of Benjamin*, of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4466 1 B. Franklin Rittenhouse ; June 26, 1869. 

8 4467 2 Elizabeth C. Rittenhouse ; May 7, 1877. 

8 4468 3 B. Norris Rittenhouse ; August 15, 1879. 

8 4469 4 One died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4413. 

REV. JOHN HUGHES RITTENHOUSE 6 , of David*, 
of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4470 1 Martha Louise Rittenhouse, b. September 8, 

1848; m. Joshua Williams, June 13, 
1 87 1 ; he was b. April 3, 1843; hard- 
ware merchant, Minneapolis, Minnesota ; 
their children are : Alice, Louise, Charles 
and Rachel. 

7 4471 2 Charles Edzvin Rittenhouse, b. April 3, 1850; 

m. Grace Hubbell, December 24, 1883; 
she was b. July 11, i860; Charles E. 
Rittenhouse is President of the Peoples 
Bank, corner Seventh and Jackson streets , 
St. Paul, Minn. ; their children are John 
and Catharine. 



-S BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 






j M.irv Frances Rittenhouse, b. October 10, 
[853; in. David Dale Lambie, May 4, 
[875 ; resides at Great Falls, Montana; 
business, real estate; he was b. June 4, 
1845 ; their children arc : Arthur, Helen, 
Ethel. 
From C. E. Rittenhouse, of St. Paul, Minn 



CHILDREN OF No. 4389. 

JOHN RITTENHOUSE NOURSE 6 , of Mary Ritten- 
hoi -i: 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William'. 

7 4473 1 Mary Frances Nourse, b. July 14, 1827, at 

Washington, D. C. ; m. Matthew Smyth, 
September 24, 1855 ; he was b. in North 
Ireland; d. August II, 1859, at Centre - 
ville, Iowa; he was a Presbyterian clergy 
man ; she m. again, to Adam Clarke Mc- 
Caffrey ; he d. December 31, 1862, at 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee (battle); occ , 
farmer ; she resides at Washington, D. 
C, and is a Clerk in the Treasury De- 
partment since 1862; no issue by first 
marriage. 

7 4474 2 John Frederick Nourse, b. August 20, 1829, 
at Washington, D. C. ; d. July 18, 1830, 
at above place. 

7 4475 3 Elizabeth Hannah Nourse, b. November 23, 
1 83 I ; d. January 14, 1833. 

7 4476 4 Annajosepha Nourse,h. February 28, 1834; 

m. Richard Henry Hall, February 15, 
1872, at Washington, D. C. ; he was b. 
March 31, 1834, at Baltimore; traveling 
agent ; res., Washington, D. C. ; no issue. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 59 



Family 
No. 



7 4477 5 Hannah Elizabeth Nourse, b. September 5, 
1836, at Washington, D. C. ; d. August 
15, 1845, near Frostburg, Maryland. 

7 4478 6 Helen Lucretia Nourse, b. Decembers, l8 38; 
m. William Thompson, June 2, 1859, at 
Washington, D. C; no issue; he was 
born June 14, 1833, at Montreal, Canada; 
occ, plumber; now Vice President of 
the Metropolitan Bank, Washington, D. 
C. ; resides at Sligo, Maryland. 

7 4479 7 Sarah Lord Nourse, b. August 31, 1841; m. 

Electus Abijah Pratt, September 18, 
1 866, at Washington, D. C. ; he was born 
September i, 1836, at Oak Hill, Green 
county, New York ; lawyer and real 
estate agent, at Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

7 4480 8 Ada Caroline Nourse, b. April 27, 1844, at 
Hillside, Alleghany county, Md. ; d. 
August 9, i860, at Washington, D. C. 

7 4481 9 Edward Micliael Nourse, b. January 6, 1847, 

at Hillside, Alleghany county, Md. ; m. 
Julia Moore, December 13, 1872, who 
was born August II, 1847, at Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; he died December 6, 1886, 
at Washington ; real estate agent. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4390. 

JAMES RITTENHOUSE NOURSE 6 , of Mary Ritten- 
houses (Nourse), of Benjamin*, of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

7 4482 1 Joseph Harvey Nourse, b. July 7, 1830, at 

Washington, 1). C. ; d. June 22, 1891, at 






6 BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

1li.llvl.lunl 

i Bayfield, Wisconsin^ m. Isabel Laurie 

Rjttenhouse, on March 15, 1853; she 
was born January 17, 1833, at Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; .she was the daughter of 
Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse, and is 
a second cousin to her husband ; res., 
Bayfield, Wisconsin ; merchant. 

4483 2 Elizabeth Rooker Nourse, b. June 8, 1832, at' 
Milroy, Mifflin county, Pa.; m. Novem- 
ber 3, 1853, John Wilson Nairn, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; residing at Washington ; 
occ, druggist; she died October 7, 1861, 
at Washington ; he married a second 
and third time. 

4484 3 Mary Anna Nourse,b. December 25, 1833, 
at Milroy, Mifflin county, Pa. ; d. Sep- 
tember 5, 1844. 

4485 4 Margaret Baxter Maclay Nourse, b. De- 
cember n, 1835, at Milroy, Mifflin 
county, Pa.; d. December 6, 1862, at 
Bayfield, Wisconsin ; m. Robert Mayne 
Patterson, on May 30, 1861 ; he was 
born July 17, 1832, at Philadelphia, Pa.; 
no issue by first and second marriage. 
He was editor of " The Presbyterian 
Journal," author, and Presbyterian cler- 
gyman ; the degree of D. D, was con- 
ferred by Princeton College, and LL. D. 
by Lafayette College. [See Appleton's 
Cyclopedia of American Biography.] 

4486 5 Sarah Harriett Noitrsc,b. October 23, 1837 ; 
m. John P. Taylor, May 19, 1863 ; b. 
June 6, 1827, near Reedsville, Mifflin 
county, Pa.; she died December 25, 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 6 1 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 4486 5 1870, at Milroy, Pa.; he married a sec- 

ond time ; no issue. 

7 4487 6 James Michael' Nourse, b. May 14, 1840, at 
Milroy, Mifflin county, Pa. ; he is a Pres 
byterian clergyman, resides at Manassas, 
Va. ; married Sarah Frances Blackman, 
b. February 3, 1844, at Port Republic, 
New Jersey; married May '18, 1865, at 
same place; she was a daughter of 
David S. (b. 1S15 ; d. 1884) and Abi- 
gail Holmes Doughty (b. 1821 ; m. 1841 ; 
d. 185 1 ) Blackman. 

7 4488 7 Eva Maria Nourse, b. November 28, 1841 ; 
d. December 26, 1864; m. James P. 
Birchfleld, M. D., March 11, 1863, at 
Milroy, Mifflin county, Pa., U. S. V, 
res., Clearfield, Pa. 

7 4489 8 John Thomas Noursc, b. February 24, 1845, 

at Milroy, Mifflin county, Pa. ; m. Elea 
nor Maclay Pomeroy, on June 7, 1871, 
at Academia, Juniata county, Pa. ; a 
daughter of Joseph and Ann Crawford 
Pomeroy, in 1890 post-master at Santa 
Ana, Orange county, California ; lawyer. 

7 4490 9 Mary Ritteiiliousc Noitrsc, b. September 29, 

1847; d. July 18, 1864, at Milroy, Mif 
flin county, Pa. 

7 4491 10 Ann Caroline Nonrse, b. June 9, 1854, at 
Washington, D. C. ; m. Isaiah George 
Marks, October 26, 1880; he was born 
October 26, 1850, at Milroy, Pa; insur- 
ance agent and justice of the peace ; 
resides now at Santa Ana, Orange county, 
California. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

CHILDREN OF No. 4391. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NOURSE 6 , of Mary Rit- 
rENHOusi (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
, \ , of Wn 1.1 \\i'. 

Individual Famllj 

i;.ti. v... Ho. 

7 4492 1 Emma Josepha Nourse, b. November 15, 

1832, at Cannonsburg, Pa.; m. Corne- 
lius Stribling, on December 7, 1852, at 
Washington ; she died January 17, 1862, 
at Georgetown, D. C. ; he was born 
March 27, 1831, at Norfolk, Va. ; died 
December 15, 1875, at Baltimore, Md. 

7 4493 2 Susan Stansbury Nourse, b. November 13, 
1834, at Springfield, Clark county, Ohio; 
m. Jacob Watkins Winans, on July 27, 
1853, at Washington, D. C. ; he was 
born February 7, 1824, at Elizabeth, 
New Jersey; died July 20, 1855, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; he was a Presbyterian 
clergyman. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4393. 

SARAH HARRIET NOURSE 6 (Stetlineus), of Mary 
Ritii-.n house 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nich- 
olas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4494 1 George William Stetline us, b. April 30, 1834; 

m. Mary Sarah Ford, who d. April 8, 
1S72, in Illinois. 
There was a large family of the Stetlineus, but have not 
been able to trace them. Mrs. Lyle, at Lexington, Kentucky, 
also made every effort to find them but failed. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 63 

CHILDREN OF No. 4394. 

WILLIAM NOURSE 6 , Mary Rittenhouse* (Nourse), 
of Benjamin*, of Matthias3, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 4495 1 Emily Joscpha Nourse, b. July 2, 1 841, at 

Washington, D. C. ; m. Alexander 
Somerville Stewart, on September 4, 
i860; d. July 3, 1865, in Nueces county, 
Texas ; ranch and stock owner ; he was 
born 1839; she married a second time, 
to William Augustus Meloy, on Decem- 
ber 16, 1868, at Washington, D. C. ; he 
was born August 26, 1832, at Chenango 
Forks, New York; in 1864 the degree 
of A. B. was conferred by Yale, and 
A. M. in 1857; lawyer; admitted to the 
bar of the Supreme Court of the United 
States in 1862; member of Maryland 
House of Delegates, 1889-91. 

7 4496 2 William Bond Nourse, b. December 1 1, 1843, 
in Washington, D. C. ; farmer, near Suit- 
land, Prince George county, Maryland ; 
m. Rosa Hazelhurst Raymond, on Sep- 
tember 21, 1875, near Abington, Mary- 
land; she was born June, 1853, near 
Abington, Maryland, daughter of Sam- 
uel Wilson and Mary Allen Raymond ; 
no issue, but had an adopted daughter 
named Ray, born May, 1885. 

7 4497 3 Edward Fell Nourse, b. November 11, 1847, 
in Washington, D. C. ; d. August 12, 
1848, in Montgomery county, Maryland. 



iq BENJAMIN Rl ITENHOUSE. 

Inti 

Ko (To 

.,.j,,s 4 J ////</ Isabella Nourse, b. November 2, 1852, 
at Washington, D. C. ; m. Samuel Henry 
M cloy, October 11, 1870, at Washing- 
ton; he was b. September 8, 1840, in 
New York ; farmer ; resides near For- 
estville, Prince George county, Mary- 
land, since 1889. 

7 4499 5 Mary Wilson Nourse, b. March 22, 1858, at 
Washington, D. C. ; m. Thomas Bowie 
Brooks, of Bladensburg, Maryland, De- 
cember 23, 1879; he was a wholesale 
notions and dry goods merchant in Bal- 
timore, Maryland. 

7 4500 6 Alice Stanley Nourse, b. January 28, i860, 
at Washington, D. C. ; d. August 28, 
i860. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4395. 

ANN JOSEPHA NOURSE 6 (Hassler), of Mary Rit- 
11 Mi< HMO (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4501 I Charles William Hassler, b. July 16, 1838, 

at Washington, D. C. ; d. February 19, 
1 888, at East Winsted, Litchfield county, 
Connecticut; in 1859 the degree of A. 
B. was conferred on him, and in 1875 A. 
M, in the Columbia College; LL. B., 
in 1876, Columbia University, New 
York ; assistant paymaster U. S. Navy, 
1 861-1862; paymaster, 1862-1870; law- 
yer and broker after 1876; in New York 
city, 1870-1888; m., Clara Brace Smith, 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 65 

450 1 1 May 17, 1866, at Brooklyn, New York, 

she was b. July 9, 1841. 

7 4502 2 Mary Caroline Hassler, b.]une 1 6, 1840, at 
Washington, D. C. ; m. Simon New- 
comb, August 4, 1863, at Washington, 
D. C. ; he was b. March 12, 1835, at 
Wallace, Nova Scotia ; he is a Professor 
of Mathematics U. S. Navy since 1861, 
also Professor of Mathematics and As- 
tronomy in John Hopkins University, 
1884 to 1894; resides at Washington, 
D. C. [See cyclopaedias.] 

7 45°3 3 Anneta or Anita Rosalia Hassler, b. May 13, 
1842, at Washington, D. C. ; d. Decem- 
ber 17, 1 86 1, at Washington, D. C. 

7 4504 4 Ferdinand Augustus Hassler, b. March 6, 
1844, at Portsmouth, Virginia, or at 
Naval Hospital, opposite Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia ; physician in Philadelphia, 1866 
to 1875, now resident at Santa Ana, 
Orange county, California ; landlord, 
owns houses in Santa Ana [see Bio- 
graphy in Johnson's Encyclopaedia] ; m. 
Annie Kate Burnett, May 14, 1 868, at Phil- 
adelphia, where she was born, May 27, 
1846 ; she d. November 9, 187S, at Phil- 
adelphia, daughter of Eli Seal (d. De- 
cember 28, 1868) and Hannah Kennedy 
Mustin Burnett ; had one daughter, d. in 
infancy; he m., second time, Elizabeth 
Emily Hall, June 27, 1882, at Santa 
Ana, California; she was b. January 28, 
1865, at Batavia, Illinois, daughter of 
Orren Buell (b. February 27, 1828) and 
Emily Maria Potter (m. January 26, 



66 BENJAMIN KITTKN HOUSE. 

In.liiMii*! Knmllv 

(i.-U. N" No. 

4504 4 [858) Hall; have four children, Charles, 

Arthur, Ferdinand and Adalbert. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4396. 

CHARLES HOWARD NOURSE 6 , of Mary Ritten- 
house 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias', of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

7 4505 1 Charles Howard Nourse, b. July 26, 1844, 

at Washington, D. C. ; is a physician at 
Darnestown, Montgomery county, Md. ; 
m. Alice Darby, June 15, 1871, at 
Darnestown, Maryland ; she was born 
October 15, 1845. 

7 4506 2 Harriet Robertson Nourse, b. September 22 
1846, at Rockville, Maryland; d. July 
14, 1847. 

7 45°7 3 Mary Rittenlwuse Nourse, b. July 6, 1852, 

at Montevideo, Montgomery county, 
Maryland; m. Otho Magruder Mun- 
caster, October 20, 1869, at Culpeper 
Court House, Virginia; he was b. Oc- 
tober 12, 1843, at Baltimore, Maryland; 
physician at Washington, D. C. 

7 4508 4 Luey Holeombe Nourse, b. August 18, 1854, 
at Montevideo, Maryland ; d. April 24, 
1857, at Leesburg, Virginia. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 67 

CHILDREN OF No. 4397. 

JOSEPH EVERETT NOURSE 6 , of Mary Ritten- 
house 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin*, of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

7 4509 1 Mary Alice Nourse, b. October 20, 1842, at 

Washington, D. C. ; d. April 20, 1856, 
at Annapolis, Maryland. 

7 4510 2 Annie Wright Nourse, b. June 2, 1845, at 
Washington, D. C. ; d. March 13, 1870, 
at Georgetown, D. C. ; m. Richard Des- 
pard Dodge, July 19, 1866; he was b. 
September 6, 1839, at New York; en- 
gineer U. S. Navy from 1 862 to 1 868 ; 
Treasurer of Home Benefit Association, 
New York ; residence, Brooklyn ; their 
children are Frank and Richard. 

7 45 1 1 3 Sarah Hassler Nourse, b. March 2, 1847, at 

Washington, D. C. ; m. Cornelius Stille 
Ramsburg, September 13, 1871 ; she d., 
November 7, 1887, at Georgetown, D. 
C. : he was b. August 2, 1839, at George- 
town ; stock broker ; resides at George- 
town, D. C. 

7 4512 4 Mary Rittenhouse Nourse, b. March 28, 
1849, at Washington; d. December 17, 
1849, at Washington. 

7 4513 5 Maria Josepha Nourse, b. September 22, 

1853, at Annapolis, Maryland; d. April 
5, 1854. 

7 4514 6 Charles Joseph Nourse, b. December 15, 

1854, at Annapolis, Maryland ; d. July 
23, 1880, at Hartmansville, Mineral 
county, West Virginia; assistant sur- 



BENJAMIN RITTENH01 SI . 






,;,, geon U. S. Navy; in [876 the degree oi 

M. 1 ). was conferred on him in Columbia 
University; m. Emily Louise Homans, 
June 26, [879, at Brooklyn, New York; 
she was 1). October 4, 1856, at Cincinnati, 
Ohio ; she is clerk in the Treasury De- 
partment ; residing at Georgetown, D. 
C. ; no issue. 

7 4515 7 Emma Jane Nourse, b. May 24, 1856, at 
Annapolis, Maryland ; mini. 

7 4516 8 Frank Nourse, b. July 29, 1858, at Annapo- 
lis, Maryland; d. October 7' 1863, at 
Newport, Rhode Island. 

7 4517 9 Henry Dumonl Nourse, b. January 30, 1863, 
at Newport, Rhode Island ; d. Septem- 
ber 15, 1890, at Darnestown, Maryland; 
physician at Georgetown, D. C. ; the de- 
gree of M. D. was conferred on him at 
Columbia University, Washington, D. 
C. ; m. Sarah Agnes Peter, August 24, 
1889, at Darnestown, Maryland; had 
one child, Henry. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4399. 

MICHAEL HENRY NOURSE 6 , of Mary Ritten- 
house 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , oi 
William 1 . 

7 4518 1 Henry Stansbury Nonrsc, b. August 3, 1847, 

at Marshall, Saline county, Missouri; 
engineer ; librarian Harlem Library, 
New York ; he writes his name Norse, 
m. Victoria Monroe, April 25, 187 1, at 



Individual Family 
No. No. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 60 



7 45i8 1 Pompton, New Jersey; she was b. June 

6, 1846 ; their children are, John, Susan 
and Orlanda. 

7 45 ! 9 2 Laura Hagner Nourse,b. 1 849, at Wash- 

ington, D. C; d. August 1885 ; she was 
drowned in the Ohio river, near Louis 
ville, Kentucky. 

7 45 2 ' 3 John Nourse, b. at Washington, D. C. ; d. in 
infancy. 

7 4521 4 Benjamin Franklin Nourse, b. March 27, 

1853, at Washington, D. C. ; resides at 
New Orleans ; m. Harriet De Bow, on 
May 3, 1871, at Cincinati, Ohio; she 
was born August 25, 1854; their child- 
ren were Anna, William and Mabel. 

7 4522 5 Emma Nourse, d., aged 10 months. 

7 45^3 6 Cora Nourse, b. 1 S67, at Lafayette, Indiana; 
d. June, 1881, at New York, about 18 
month, after the death of her mother ; 
aged 14 years. 

7 4524 7 Anna Nourse, b. June, 1866, at Lafayette, In- 
diana ; m. John B. Mendenhall, on No- 
vember, 1884, at Baltimore, Maryland; 
he was born January, 1866; telegraph 
operator at Cape Charles, Virginia. 

The above Nourse genealogy is from Anita Newcomb 
McGee, M. D., at Washington, D. C, who writes thus : 

Washington, D. C, October 29, 1892. 

Mr. Cassel — This information I have from Mrs. Lyle, of 
160 Walnut avenue, Lexington, Kentucky, lacking dates. 
Otherwise we have been unable to obtain complete informa- 
tion. As for example, the Stetlinius branch, which it has not 
been possible to trace. Anita Newcomb McGee, M. D. 



7<D BENJAMIN KITTENHOUSE. 

CHILDREN OF No. 4401. 

FRANCIS WADE COLLADAY 6 (Keen), of Emily 
Rittenhouses (Colladay), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas", of William 1 . 

[udlrtdutl P»rally 

No. N". 

7 45 2 5 1 William Williams Keen, b. July 28, 1847; m. 

Helen Maria Yarnall, on August 22, 
1872; b. May 6, 1847. 

7 4526 2 Charles Colladay Keen, b. May 6, 1849. 

7 4527 3 George B. Keen, Jr., b. June 18, 185 1 ; m., 

June 12, 1888, to Maria Randolph 
Brown; b. November 15, 1866. 

7 4528 4 Harry Mortimer Keen, b. July 25, 1 853; un- 

married. 

7 45-9 5 Horace Keen. 

7 4530 6 Frank Harold Keen, b. November 23, 1859 ! 
m., October 22, 1895. to Helen Stuart 
Squier ; b. July 13, 1869 

7 4531 7 Fanny Keen, b. August 10, 1 86 1 ; m., April 

0, 1882, to George Washington Simons, 
Jr., March 23, 185 1 ; d May 3, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4404. 

WILLIAM RITTENHOUSE COLLADAY 6 , of Emily 
Rittenhouses (Colladay), of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4532 1 Sarah Emily Rittcnhousc Colladay, b. June 

26, 1866, in Philadelphia; d. August 24, 
1867, in Newport, Rhode Island. 

7 4533 2 R-W' Samm I Rittenhouse Colladay, b. Sep- 
tember 16, 1868, in New York; student 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



71 



7 4533 2 at the University of Pennsylvania; m., 

April 23, 1895, to Louise Hill; b. Oc- 
tober 24, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4407. 

SAMUEL RITTENHOUSE COLLADAY 6 , of Emily 
Rittenhouses (Colladay), of Benjamin*, of Matthias*, 01 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 4534 1 Ellen Morton Colladay, b. September 19, 

1 87 1 ; d. September 30, 1871, at Fort 
Sill, Indian Territory. 

7 4535 2 Emily Rittenhousc Colladay, b. September 30, 

1872, at Fort Sill. 

7 4536 3 Ellen Morton Colladay, b. October 3, 1873, 
at St. Louis. 

7 4537 4 William Rittcnhonse Colladay, b. August 26. 
1877, at Fort Griffin, Texas. 

7 45 3 § 5 Sarah Harrison Colladay, b. February 1, 

1880. 

7 4539 6 George Morton Colladay, h. January 10, 1882. 

7 4540 7 Frances Keen Colladay, b. July 8, 1883; d. 
January 5, 1889. 

These children have the old family Bible with all records, 
at St. Louis, Missouri. 



Francis Daniel Pastorius, m. Annecke Klosterman No- 
vember 26, 1688, at Germantown, Philadelphia. Children: 

John Samuel Pastorius, m. Hannak Luken August 15, 
17 1 6. 

Daniel Pastorius, m. Sarah Shoemaker February 23, 1742. 



BENJAMIN KITTEN HOUSE. 

Hannak Pastorius, b. November 17, 1743; d. July 11, 
; ; in. ( October iS, 1765, to William Colladay, b. Septem- 
ber i<>. 1738; d. November 28, 1823. 

Abraham Colladay, b. July 31, 1766; d. September 1, 
[848; m. Hannah Rokestrand December 27, 1790; he died 
May i'>, [842, aged 74. 

Charles Colladay, b. May 16, 1802; d. February 3, 1863; 
m., May 9, 1826, Emily Rittenhouse, b. August 28, 1805, and 
d. January 20, 1885 ; buried in Laurel Hill. 

Children : 

1. Frances Colladay, b. June 3, 1827; d. February 7, 
1893; m., October 8, 1846, to George B. Keen, of Philadel- 
phia; b. August 13, 1824 (yet living, 1896). 

2. Charles Robert Colladay, b. January 15, 1829; d. 
lime 3, 1831 ; buried at Laurel Hill. 

3. Hannah Rakestraw Colladay, b. June 3, 1831 ; d. Sep 
tember 30, 1859; m. Henry Beekman Rianhard, May 2, 1855 ; 
living at Philadelphia, 1896. 

4. William Rittenhouse Colladay, b. January 21, 1834; 
d. November 30, 1877; m. Elizabeth D. YYiltberger, October 
1, 1863; b. July 14, 1839; d. June 14, 1895 ; buried at Laurel 
Hill. 

5. Charles Henry Colladay, b. August 6, 1 836; d. Sep- 
tember 14, 1847; buried at Laurel Hill. 

6. Samuel Rakestraw Colladay, b. March 6, 1842; d 
January 14, 1884; m. Sallie B. Harrison, daughter of Judge 
Wm. P. Harrison, of Virginia. 

7. Alary Boon Colladay, b. November 4, 1844; d. Sep- 
tember 5, 1847; buried at Laurel Hill. 



Children of Frances Colladay and George B. Keen: 

I. William W. Keen, b. July 28, 1847 (living 1896); m. 

Helen Maria Yarnall, on August 22, 1872; b. May 6, 1847 

(living [896). 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 73 

2. Charles Colladay Keen, b. May 6, 1 849 (living 1 896 ). 

3. George B. Keen, Jr. ,b. June 18, 1857 (living 1896); 
m., June 12, 1888, to Maria Randolph Brown; b. November 
15, 1866 (living 1896). 

4. Harry Mortimer Keen, b. July 25, 1853 (living 1896) ; 
unmarried. 

5. Horace Keen. 

6. Frank Harold Keen, b. November 23, 1859 (living 
1896); m., October 22, 1895, to Helen Stuart Squier ; b. July 
13, 1869 (living 1896). 

7. Fannie Keen, b. August 10, 1861 (living 1896); m., 
April 6, 1882, to Geo. W. Simons, Jr. ; b. March 23, 185 1 ; 
d. May 3, 1888. 



Children of Hannah Rakestraw Colladay and Henry B. 
Rianhard : 

Charles Colladay Rianhard, b. February 1, 1857 (living 
1896) ; m. Louise Reese, October 4, 1883 (living 1896) ; have 
one child, Henry Beekman Rianhard, Jr., b\ August 12, 1884. 

Emily Rianhard, b. June 1, 1859; d. January 9, 1861. 



' Children of William Rittenhouse Colladay and Elizabeth 
D. Wiltberger : 

Sarah Emily Rittenhouse Colladay, b. June 26, ; d. 

August 14, 1867. 

Rev. Samuel Rakestan Colladay, b. September 16, 1868 
(living 1896); m., April 23, 1895, to Louise Hill ; b. October 
24, 1873 (living 1896). 



Children of William Williams Keen and Helen Maria 
Yarnall : 

1. Ellen Price Keen, b. August 6, 1873. 



74 



BENJAMIN KITTEN MOUSE. 

2. Sarah Yarnall Keen, b. February 16, 1877. 

j. Frances Colladay Keen, b. June 25, 1879. 

4. Thomas Budd Rittenhouse Keen,b. August 5, 1886. 

5. Charles Herbert Yarnall Keen, b. September 2, 1890. 



Children of George B. Keen and Maria Randolph Brown 

1. Samuel Brown Keen, b. October 28, 1889. 

2. Henrietta Colladay Keen, b. October 20, 1891. 

3. George B. Keen, Jr., b. May 29, 1893. 

4. Herald Colladay Keen, b. January 20, 1895. 



Children of Frank Herold Keen and Helen Stuart Squier 
1. Herold Rittenhouse Keen, b. July 24, 1896. 



Children of Fanny Keen and George Washington 
Simons, Jr. : 

1. George Washington Simons, b. June 18, 1883. 

2. Frank Keen Simons, b. June 12, 1885. 

3. Harry Mortimer Simons, b. August 4, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4414. 

ELIZABETH SCOTT RITTENHOUSE? (Gurley), of 
Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , 
of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 
Ban. N". n... 

8 4580 1 Emily Gurley, d. January, 1855, aged 2 

months. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. nt 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 4581 2 Ralph Randolph Gurley, b. January 16, 

1856; m. Miss Ella Jeanette Gibbon, 
June 6, 1878; have one child, Florence 
Powell Gurley; b. November 12, 1881. 

8 4582 3 Ferdinand Gurley, d., 1862, aged 2 months. 

8 4583 4 Franklin Rittentiouse Gurley, b. May 31, 
i860. 

8 4584 5 William Fitzhugh Gurley, b. April 30, 1861 ; 
m. Elizabeth Buckley, of Washington ; 
no children. 

8 4585 6 Henrietta Gurley, d., 1857, aged 2 days. 

8 4586 7 Marion Gurley, d., 1859, a g ed 5 months. 

8 4587 8 Caroline Gurley, d., 1863, aged 5 weeks. 

8 4588 9 George Hull Gurley, b. November 11, 1864; 
d. November 17, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4418. 

HENRIETTA WARRING RITTENHOUSE? (Wil- 
son), of Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse 6 , of David 5 , of 
Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4589 1 William Lowe Wilson, b. August 3, i860 ; d., 

aged 1 year. 

8 4590 2 Mary Duncan Wilson, b. January 23, 1861 ; 

m. Warren Switzler, of Omaha, Ne- 
braska, November 15, 1882; have three 
children. 

9 4591 1 Thomas Wilson Sivitzlcr, b. May 2, 1884. 

9 4592 2 Robinson Meredith Sivitzlcr, b. Novem- 

ber 26, 1885. 

9 4593 3 Alice Royal Sivitzlcr, b. November 27, 

1886. 



-i, Bl NJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



ln.llvl.liml Kb 

N 



.,;,,! j Henrietta Rittenhouse Wilson,h. November 
29, [862; m. Lent. Daniel II. Bough- 
ten, U. S. A , on June 30, 1887, at Fort 
Leavenworth, Kansas; they have one 
child. 

9 4595 1 George Wilson Boughten, b. September 

n, 1888. 

8 4596 4 Margaret Stevens Wilson, b. November 25, 
1 864 ; unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4421. 

CLEMENTINE C. RITTENHOUSE? (Cissel), of Ben- 
jamin Franklin Rittenhouse 6 , of David 3 , of Benjamin 4 , oi 

Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

1 Mary C. Cissel, m. Samuel Berney. 

2 Helen M. Cissel. 

3 Ettic D. Cissel. 

4 Clementine S. Cissel. 

5 Margaret S. Cissel. 

6 Catharine B. Cissel. 

7 John or Atkinson Cissel. 



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4596 


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4597 


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4598 


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4599 



CHILDREN OF No. 4424. 

JAMES HALL RITTENHOUSE?, of Benjamin Frank- 
lin Rittenhouse 6 , of Davids, of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , 
of Nicholas 9 , of William 1 . 

8 4600 1 Lucia Rittenhouse. 

8 4601 2 Ralph Rittenhouse. 

8 4602 3 Leonard Rittenhouse. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. JJ 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. Xo. ' 

8 4603 4 Howard Rittenhouse, d., aged one year. 
8 4604 5 Karl Rittenhouse. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4425. 

CHARLES E. RITTENHOUSE?, of Benjamin Frank- 
lin Rittenhouse 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , 
of Nicholas 2 , William 1 . 

8 4605 1 Sadie Rittenhouse. 

8 4606 2 Arthur Rittenhouse. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4470. 

MARTHA LOUISE RITTENHOUSE? (Williams), of 
Rev. John Hughes Rittenhouse 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , 
of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4607 1 Alice Jane Williams, b. August 20, 1872. 

8 4608 2 Loins Hudson Williams, b. April 26, 1874. 

8 4609 3 Charles Rittenhouse Williams, b. January 30, 

1876. 

8 4610 4 Rachel Louise Williams, b. September 11, 
1879. 

All living (1892) at Minneapolis, Minn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4471. 

CHARLES EDWIN RITTENHOUSE?, of Rev. John 
Hughes Rittenhouse 6 , of David 5 , of Benjamin 4 , of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 46 1 1 1 John Hughes Rittenhouse, b. February 5, 

1885; d. April 26, 1886. 

8 4612 2 Catharine Rittenhouse, b. May 31, 1886. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

CHILDREN OF No. 4472. 

MARY FRANCES RITTENHOUSE? (Dale Lambie), 
of Rev. [ohn lb ghes RiTTENHOUSE 6 , of Davids, of Benjamin 4 , 
of Mai 1 hias3, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

(J.i,. v do. 

8 4613 1 Arthur Dale Lambie, b. October 29, 1877. 

8 4614 2 Helen Rittenhouse Lambie, b. April 15, 1881. 
8 4^15 3 Ethel Louise Lambie, h. November 17, 1884. 

All the above three families were reported by C. E. Rit- 
tenhouse, of St. Paul, Minn. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4473. 

MARY FRANCES NOURSE? (McCaffery, second mar- 
riage), of John Rittenhouse Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 
(Nourse), Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of Wil- 
liam'. 

8 4616 1 John Clark McCaffery, b. at Powhatan Point, 

Belmont county, O., December 14, i860; 
d. at Washington, D. C, June 14, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4479. 

SARAH LORD NOURSE? (Pratt), of John Ritten- 
house Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 3 (Nourse), of Benja- 
min 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4617 1 William Norman Pratt, b. June 19, 1867, at 
Mt. Pleasant, I). C. ; d. August 22, 1867, 
same place. 

46 1 S 2 Edward Electus Pratt, b. October 4, 1870, at 
Washington, D. C. 



Gen. 



BENJAMIN KITTEN HOUSE. 79 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

4619 3 Charles Williams Pratt, b. March 7, 1875, at 

Washington, D. C. ; d. May 9, 1 886, at 
Minneapolis, Min. 

4620 4 Helen Pratt, b. May 19, 1877, at Washing- 

ton, D. C. ; d. February 25, 1880, at 
same place. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4481. 

EDWARD MICHAEL NOURSE?, of John Ritten- 
house Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (.Nourse), of Benja- 
min 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , oiWilliam 1 . 

8 4621 1 Robert Willett Nourse, b. December 4, 1873' 

at Washington, D. C. 

8 4622 2 Ida Moore Nourse, b. September 19, 1877, 

at Washington, D. C. 

8 4623 3 Julia de Pass Nourse, b. January 5, 1880, at 

Washington, D. C. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4482. 

JOSEPH HARVEY NOURSE?, of James Rittenhouse 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4624 1 William Nourse, b. April 5, 1854, in Indian 

Territory; d. February 22, 1855, at 
Leesburg, Virginia. 

8 4625 2 Isabel Nourse, b. November 11, 1855, at 

Milroy, Pa. 

8 4626 3 Henrietta Nourse, b. June 10, 1858, at Bay- 
field, Wisconsin ; d. same day. 



BENJAMIN Rl ITENH01 i - 

lodlrlduml 

.,(,•- 4 Emily Nourse, b. June 12, 1859, at Bayfield, 
Wisc< >nsin. 

;,,•- g Sarah Nourse, b. November 12, 1861, at 
Bayfield, Wisconsin; d. February 17, 
[863. 

s 1 6 Edward E. Nourse, b. December 24, 1863, 

at Bayfield, Wisconsin ; m. Ettie Fay 
Silvernail, at Bayfield, May 16, 1891. 

8 4630 7 Franklin Rittenhouse Nourse, b. at Rock- 
land, Michigan, August 17, 1866; d. at 
Lewistown, Pa., February 6, 1867. 

8 4631 8 Harvey Nourse, b. at Bayfield, Wisconsin 

February 20, 1870. 

8 4^32 9 Laurie Nourse, b. at Bayfield, Wisconsin, 
January 18, 1872. 

8 4°o3 10 Louise Nourse, b. at Bayfield, Wisconsin, 
December 25, 1873. 

8 4634 1 1 Bessie Nourse, b. at Bayfield, Wisconsin, 
June 10, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4483. 

ELIZABETH ROOKER NOURSE? (Nairn), of James 
Rittenhouse Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of 
Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4<^35 1 Mary Wilson Nairn, b. at Washington, D. 
C, September 21, 1854; m. there, Sep- 
tember 3, 1878, Franz John Heibcrger, 
Jr.; children, Elizabeth, Franz, Addie, 
Fanny. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 8 1 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 4636 2 John James Nairn, b. at Washington, D. C, 
October 23, 1856; m. Gertrude Hastings 
Sisson, at Hartford, November 19, 1884. 

8 4637 3 Joseph Nairn, d. in infancy. 

8 4638 4 James Nairn, d. in infancy. 

8 4639 5 Thomas Shields Nairn, b. at Milroy, Pa., 

May 7, i860; m. Sallie Louise Garret- 
son, at Philadelphia, Pa., April 8, 1884; 
children, Thomas and Hattie. 

8 4640 6 Elizabeth Rooker Nairn, b. at Washington, 
D. C., September 1, 1861 ; d. there Oc- 
tober 1. 1861. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4487. 

JAMES MICHAEL NOURSE?, of James Rittenhouse 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4641 1 Hattie Foster Nourse, b. February 22, 1866, 

at Charleston, West Virginia ; m. Albert 
Doyle Brockett, son of Edgar Langdon 
(b. 1825 ; d. 18S7) and Georgianna Sey- 
mour (b. 1827 ; d. 1850) Brockett, Feb- 
ruary 12, 1889, at Alexandria, Virginia; 
he was b. at Enfield, North Carolina ; 
merchant, broker; residence, Alexan- 
dria, Virginia. 

8 4642 2 Alpheus Homer Nourse, b. December 3, 

1867, at Bull Creek, West Virginia; 
mechanical engineer. 

8 4643 3 Clarence Daughty Nourse, b. July 14, lS 7°- 
at Bull Creek, West Virginia; civil en- 
gineer under P. R. R. 



g 2 BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

[ndirldual I 
Ho. Wo. 

8 4^44 4 Edith Holmes Nourse t h. September 20, 1872, 
it Cairo, West Virginia. 

( S j( )( - 3 fames Francis Nourse, b. November 18, 
1 874, at Athens, Ohio. 

S 4646 6 Mary Abigail Nourse, h. November 21, 1879, 
at Athens, Ohio. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4488. 

EVA MARIA NOURSE? (Birchfield), of James Ritten- 
house Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Noursc), of Benja- 
min^, of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4647 1 James Noursc Birchfield, b. 1864; resides at 

Clearfield, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4489. 

JOHN THOMAS NOURSE?, of James Rittenhouse 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4648 1 Sarah Harvey Nourse, b. July 2, 1872, at 

Cairo, West Virginia. 

8 4649 2 Joseph Pomcroy Noursc, b. November 15, 
1873, at Academia, Pa. 

8 4650 3 James Rittenhouse Nourse, b. August 19, 
1875, at Academia, Pa. 

8 465 1 4 John Thomas Nourse, b. March 3, 1877, at 
Academia, Pa. 

8 4 r, 5- 5 Bayard Rverheart Noursc, b. January 10, 
1 880, at Academia, Pa. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 83 

CHILDREN OF No. 4491. 

ANN CAROLINE NOURSE? (Marks), of James Rit- 
tenhouse Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouses (Nourse), of BEN- 
JAMIN 4 , Of MATTHIAS3, of NICHOLAS 2 , of WlLLIAM 1 . 

Individual Familv 
Gen. No. No.' 

8 4653 1 Reba Warren Marks, b. July 22, 1884, at 

Patterson, Pa. 

8 4654 2 Anna Lutilla Marks, b. June 1, 1886, at 
Patterson, Pa. 

8 4655 3 George Nourse Marks, b. October 14, 1887, 

at Santa Ana, Cal. 

8 4656 4 Will Jay Marks, b. December 27, 1889, at 
Santa Ana, Cal. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4492. 

EMMA JOSEPH NOURSE? (Stribling), of Benjamin 
Franklin Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of 
Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4657 1 Helen Josepha Stribling, b. October 25, 

1853, at Washington, D. C. ; d. March 
II, 1855. 

8 4658 2 Cornelius Kincheloe Stribling, b. August 9, 

1857, at Georgetown, D. C. ; printer, 
Washington, D. C. ; m. Mary Bell Mc- 
Daniels, November 18, 1886, at Hagers- 
town, Md ; she was b. at Martinsburg, 
W. Va., June 6, 1867; children, Mary 
Bell and Helen Maxwell. 

8 4659 3 Louisa Payne Stribling, b. December 13, 

1858, at Georgetown, D. C ; m. William 
Henry Criswell, June 25, 1881, at Mar- 
tinsburg, West Virginia ; divorced ; m. 



S. } i;i NJAMIN Kl I' TENHOUSE. 






8 .j' again, to Dr. Kirksey, of Pickens, South 

Carolina, in 1892; had several children, 
Emma Nourse, and others. 

8 4660 4 Benjamin Nourse Stribling , b. July 17,1860, 
at Georgetown, D. C. ; d. July 5, 1861. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4493. 

SUSAN STANSBURY NOURSE? (Winans), of Ben- 
jamin Franklin Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), 
of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4661 1 Benjamin Franklin Watkms [F/zw/w, b. Feb- 

ruary 8, 1856, at New York ; butcher at 
Mount Vernon, Westchester county, N. 
Y. ; m. Esther Dickson, daughter of 
Edward Richard (b. 1824; d. 1890) and 
Charlotte Amelia Bonnell (b. 1823; m. 
1848) Bowen, June 27, 1880, at Green- 
wich, Connecticut ; she was b. June 27, 
1857; children, Esther Mabel, Ralph 
Franklin, Ada Stansbury. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4495. 

EMILY JOSEPH NOURSE? (Stewart), of William 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4662 1 William Matt Stewart, b. October 2, 1861, 

at Corpus Christi, Texas; LL. B., 1884; 
LL. M., 1885; admitted to bar at 
Washington, I). C , in 1886, where he 
now (1892) resides; m. Florence May 
I [eiberger, daughter of Franz John (sen., 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 85 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 4662 1 b. 1 8 1 9) and Emma Jane Baker (b. 1 827 ; 

m. 1847 ; d. 1882) Heiberger, at Wash- 
ington, May 2, 1888; had one son, Wil- 
liam Stewart, b. November 22, 1890. 

8 4663 2 Alice Nourse Stewart, b. September 5, 1863, 
in Live Oak county, Texas ; m , June 
24, 1887, at Washington, D. C, John 
Milton Killits ; he was b. October 7, 
1858, at Lithopolis, Ohio; graduated A. 
B. from Williams College in 1880, and 

A. M. from the same in 1887, LL. B. 
Columbian University in 1885, LL. M. 
in 1886; lawyer; resides at Bryan, Wil- 
liams county, Ohio ; children are, Alice, 
Milton and Edith. 

8 4664 3 Alexander Sommerville Stewart, b. Septem- 
ber 2, 1865, at Washington, D. C. ; LL. 

B. Columbian University in 1886, LL. M. 
in 1887; patent attorney, Washington, 
JJ. C. ; m. Linda Hogue, June 26, 1889, 
at Washington, D. C. ; she was b. March 
15, 1868, at Xenia, Ohio; children, Mar 
jory, Stewart and others. 

Children by second marriage: 

8 4665 4 Edith Willard Meloy, b. October 8, 1869, at 

Washington, D. C. 

8 4666 5 Isabella Rittenhouse Meloy, b. April 15, 1871, 

in Prince George county, Md. 

8 4667 6 Guy Stanley Meloy, b. July 9, 1874, at 
Washington, D. C. 

8 4668 7 Francis Edwards Meloy, b. May 23, 1876, 
at Washington, D. C. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



hi.lM.iual 
On. No. N" 



8 4669 8 Emily Gertrude Meloy, b. October 23, 1879, 
at Washington, D. C. 

8 4670 9 Hugh Brian Meloy, b. June 6, 1881, at 
Washington, D. C. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4498. 

ANNA ISABELLA NOURSE? (Meloy), of William 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4671 1 Arthur Nourse Meloy, b. March 8, 1872, at 

Washington, D. C. 

8 4672 3 Helen Scott Meloy, b. January 15, 1874, at 
Washington, D. C. 

8 4673 3 Ralph Nourse Meloy, b. September 20, 1877, 
at Washington, D. C. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4499. 

MARY WILSON NOURSE? (Brooks), of William 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Riitenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benjamin 4 , of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4674 1 Arthur Bowie Brooks,h. December 14, 1880, 

Baltimore, Md. 

8 4675 2 Bessie Nourse Brooks, b. September 16, 

1882, in Prince George county, Md. 

8 4676 3 Mary Rittenhouse Brooks, b. January 26, 
1884, at Baltimore, Md. ; d. February 
27, 1885, at same place. 

8 4677 4 Willi a in Thomas Brooks, b. August 18, 1887, 
at Gaitnersburg, Md. ; d. September 27, 
1888, at Washington, D. C. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 87 

8 4678 5 Nellie Russel Brooks, b. August 10, 1889, at 
Baltimore, Md. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4501. 

CHARLES WILLIAM HASSLER?, of Ann Joseph 
Nourse 6 (Hassler), of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Ben- 
jamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4679 1 Anna May Hassler, b. August 16, 1867, at 

Brooklyn, N. Y. ; living Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

8 4680 2 William Hosford Hassler, b. September 17, 
1869, at Englewood, N. J.; d. Septem- 
ber 27, 1869. 

8 4681 3 Walter Hassler, b. March 5, 1871, at Engle- 

wood, N. J. ; d. August 9, 1871, on Hud- 
son river, near New York. 

8 4682 4 Edith D wight Hassler, b. December 8, 1874, 

at Orange, N. J. 

8 4683 5 Clarissa Brace Hassler, b. February 3, 1878, 

at Englewood, N. J. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4502. 

MARY CAROLINE HASSLER? (Newcomb), of Ann- 
Joseph Nourse 6 (Hassler), of Mary Rittenhouse* (Nourse), 
of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4684 1 Anita Rosalie Newcomb, b. November 4, 

1864, at Washington, D. C. ; graduated 
M. D. Columbian University, Washing 
ton, 1892 ; m. W. J. McGee on February 
14, 1888, at Washington; he was b. 



88 BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 

iBdlvtdnal Pamll] 






8 4684 1 April 17, 1853, near Farley, Dubuque 

county, Iowa ; a geologist U. S. Geolog- 
ical Survey 1 88 1 to 1893, since then 
ethnologist in charge of Bureau of 
American Ethnology ; resides in Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; they have two children: 

9 a 1 Klotho McGee, b. July 10, 1889, at Wash- 

ington, D. C. 

9 b 2 Donald McGee, b. September 10, 1895, at 

Washington, D. C. 

8 4685 2 William Bartlctt Neivcomb, b. September 23, 
1867, at Georgetown, D. C. ; d. same 
day. 

8 4685 3 Emily Kate Nezvcomb, b. June 30, 1869, at 

Washington, D. C. ; m. April 8, 1890, 
Francis Asbury Wilson, b. August 28, 
1857, a t Lawrence, Mass., son of George 
Pickering (b. 1830; d. 1873) and Emily 

Ovilla Fisk (b. 1831 ; m. ) Wilson ; 

resides at Chicago, 111. ; have two child- 
ren: 

9 a 1 Marjorie Newcomb, b. February 28, 1892, at 

Boston, Mass. 

9 b 2 Mildred, b. November, 1894, at Boston, 

Mass. 

8 4686 4 Anna Joseplia Newcomb, b. September 27, 
1871, at Washington, D. C. ; m. April 
11, 1896, at Washington, D. C, to Ed- 
ward Baldwin Whitney, First Assistant 
Attorney of U. S. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 89 

CHILDREN OF No. 4505. 

CHARLES HOWARD NOURSE?, of Charles How- 
ard Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouses, (Nourse), of BENJA- 
MIN 4 , Of MATTHIAS 3 , of NICHOLAS 2 , of WlLLIAM 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 4687 1 Anna Curric Nourse, b. December 8, 1873, 

at Darnestown, Md. ; d. August 6, 1875, 
at Seneca, Montgomery county, Md. 

8 4688 2 Upton Darby Nourse, b. June 8, 1876, at 
Georgetown, D. C. 

8 4689 3 Alary Helen Nourse, b. October 5, 1879, at 

Washington, D. C. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4507. 

MARY RITTENHOUSE NOURSE? (Muncaster), of 
Charles Howard Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), 
of Benjamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4690 1 Charles Nourse Muncaster, b. October 19, 

1870; d. March, 1876, at Washington, 
D. C. 

8 4691 2 Mary Elizabeth Muncaster, b. March 2, 1 873 ; 

d. June, 1873, at Waveland, Montgomery 
county, Md. 

8 4692 3 Ida Rachel Muncaster, b. December 27, 
1875, at Washington, D. C. 

8 4693 4 Harriet Muncaster, b. May 8, 1880, at 
Washington, D. C. 



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BENJAMIN KITTEN HOUSE. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4510. 



ANNIE WRIGHT NOURSE? (Dodge), of Joseph 
Everett Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Ben- 
jamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Pamllj 

U.n. SO. N". 

8 4694 i Frank Despard Dodge, b. at Georgetown, 

D. C, January 14, 1868; m. April 18, 
1895, to Ella Bell Patterson, b. Feb- 
ruary 8, 1867, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

8 4695 2 Richard Joseph Dodge, b. at Georgetown, 

1). C., March 11, 1870; d. at Greenwich, 
Conn., September 13, 1890. 



CHILDREN OF No. 45 11. 

SARAH HASSLER NOURSE? (Ramsburg), of Joseph 

Everett Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Ben- 
jamin 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 , 4696 1 Karl Hassler Ramsburg, b. July 9, 1872, at 

Georgetown, D. C. ; d. April 12, 1891, 
at Georgetown, D. C. 

8 4697 2 Charles Joseph Ramsburg, b. May 30, 1877, 

at Georgetown, D. C. 

8 4698 3 Alice Louise Ramsburg, b. June 22, 1880, at 

Georgetown, D. C. 

8 4699 4 Josephine Nourse Ramsburg, b. February 29, 

1884, at Georgetown, D. C. 

8 4700 5 Elizabeth Thayer Ramsburg, b. October 4, 

1885, at Georgetown, D. C. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 91 

CHILDREN OF No. 4518. 

HENRY STANSBURY NORSE?, of Michael Henry 
Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse* (Nourse), of];BENjAMiN«, of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

8 47 QI 1 John Francis Norse, b. April 28, 1872, at 

Pompton, N. J. 

8 4702 2 Susan Ludlum Norse, b. October 9, 1875, at 
Pompton, N. J.; d. January 6, 1877, at 
New York. 

8 4703 3 Orlando Monroe Norse, b. August 25, 1877, 

at New York. 



CHILDREN OF No. 4521. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NOURSE?, of Michael 
Henry Nourse 6 , of Mary Rittenhouse 5 (Nourse), of Benja- 
min 4 , of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4704 1 Anna Gertrude Nourse, b. November 12, 

1 87 1, at Louisville, Ky. ; d. December 
18, 1 87 1, same place. 

8 4705 2 William Kent Nourse, b. March 1, 1873, at 

Louisville, Ky. 

8 • 4706 3 Mabel Scott Nourse, b. June 8, 1879, at 
Louisville, Ky. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 35. VOL. I. 

MARGARET RITTENHOUSE, b. about 1728; m. 
Edward Morgan ; had, as far as known, one son, named Mor- 
gan Morgan; she was a daughter of Matthias Ritten- 
house3, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



Individual Family 

No. No". 



5 3900 1 Morgan Morgan, b. Fifth-month 3, 1749, 

died Second-month 29, 1832; m. Ann 
Roberts, daughter of John Roberts, of 
Whitpan township, Montgomery coun- 
ty, Pa., at Gwynedd meeting house ; 
Fourth-month 21, 1774. Ann Roberts 
was born Twelfth-month 14, 1748, died 
Tenth-month 15, 1808. 

Charles Morgan, of Wilkesbarre, writes . " I have not 
been able to trace any of grandfather Morgan's family further 
than his father, Edward Morgan, who married Margaret Rit- 
tenhouse. I never learned whether he had any brothers or 
sisters. He was a blacksmith by trade, and I think his father 
was the same. He could speak Dutch, which leads me to 
think he might have been related to the Morgans in Towa- 
mensing township, Montgomery county, Pa. 

" What leads me to think that Edward was a blacksmith 
is that my mother gave me a stamp or stencil which is now 



Q4 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

in possesion of my son Edward S. Morgan. It has the initials 
E. M." 

Noii ..-Margaret Rittenhouse was a sister of David the astronomer. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3900. 

MORGAN MORGANS, Q f Margaret Rittenhouse* 
(Morgan), of Matthias3, Q f Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



Beo 



6 3901 1 Benjamin Morgan b. Seventh-month 6, 

1775, d. Ninth-month 2, 1855, was mar- 
ried to Tacy Stroud, resided in Mont- 
gomery county, Pa., May 13, 1800; 
daughter of Edward and Hannah Stroud, 
of Delaware. 

WlLKESBARRE, Pa., July 26, 1893. 

Mr Daniel K. Cassel. 

My Dear Sir, — Agreeable to my promise to you 
when you were in Wilkesbarre, I beg to enclose the copy of 
the marriage certificate of my grandfather Benjamin Morgan. 
I have made it a " verbatim copy," not correcting the errors 
which it contains. The capitalization and the punctuation are 
precisely as in the original. The signatures are in five col- 
umns ruled as in the copy. I trust that it will be entirely 
plain and clear to you, as to the general form of the docu- 
ment. I think you understood that I desired my name added 
to the subscription list for a copy of the work with a good 
substantial binding. I shall be glad to do anything further 
for you at any time. 

Very truly yours, Benjamin F. Morgan. 

In the possession of their son, Charles Morgan, Wilkes- 
barre, Pa. 




BENJAMIN MORGAN AND WIFE TACY. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 95 



Verbatim Copy of Marriage Certificate of Benjamin 
Morgan and Tacy Stroud. 

Whereas Benjamin Morgan, Son of Morgan Morgan, 
and Ann, his Wife, of the Township of Whitpan, in the County 
of Montgomery and State of Pennsylvania, and Tacy Stroud 
of the Township of Montgomery and County aforesaid ; 
Daughter of Edward Stroud and Hannah his Wife, late of 
Motherkill in the State of Delaware, Deceased, having de- 
clared their intentions of Marriage with each other, before 
several Monthly Meetings of the People called Quakers held 
at Gywnedd in the County of Montgomery aforesaid, accord- 
ing to the good order used among them ; and having consent 
of Parents and Parties concerned their said proposal of Mar- 
riage was allowed of by the said Meeting. Now these are to 
certify whome it may concern, that for the full accomplishing 
their said Intentions, this thirteenth day of the fifth Month, in 
the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred, they the 
said Benjamin Morgan and Tacy Stroud appeared in a public 
Meeting of the said People at Gwynedd aforesaid, and the 
said Benjamin Morgan, taking the said Tacy Stroud, by the 
hand did, on this solemn occasion, openly declare that he 
took her, the said Tacy Stroud to be his Wife, promising with 
the Lord's assistance, to be unto her a loving and faithful 
Husband until Death should separate them ; and then in the 
same Assembly the said Tacy Stroud, did in a like Manner 
declare, that she took the said Benjamin Morgan, to be her 
Husband, promising with the Lord's assistance, to be unto 
him a faithful and loving Wife, until Death should separate 
them. And, moreover, they the said Benjamin Morgan and 
Tacy Stroud, she according to the custom of Marriage assum- 
ing the name of her Husband, as a further confirmation there- 
of did then and there to these Presents set their Hands ; and 
we whose Names are also hereunto subscribed, being present 
at the solemnization of the said Marriage and Subscription, 






THE MOKHAN FAMILY. 



have as Witnesses thereunto, set our Hands the Day and 
year above Written. 

Benjamin Morgan. 

Tacv Morgan. 



John Evans, 
Mary Evans, 

Maitha Lukens, 
Kl lin Foulke, 
Susanna Heston, 
1 [annah Foulke, 
Jane Evans, 
Sarah 1 lallowell, 
Ruth Roberts, 
Robert Iredell, 
George Maris, 
Joseph Shoemaker, 
Caleb Foulke, 
Ellis Cleaver, 
Peter Roberts, 
Salathiel Cleaver, 
Thos. Shoemaker, 
John Thomas, 
Alexdr. Forman, 
Jos. Mather, 
Jonathan Evans, Jr., 
Robert I. Evans, 



Jonathan Cleaver, 
Thos. Shoemaker, Jr 
Cad'r Foulke, Jr., 
Isaac Jones, 
Nathan Cleaver, 
Ruth Cleaver, 
Mary Roberts, 
Jane Roberts, 
Hannah Foulke, 
Sarah Foulke, 
Gainner Forman, 
Elizabeth Forman 
Levi Foulke, 
Ann Foulke, 
Jesse Foulke, 
Priscilla Foulke, 
John Roberts, Jr., 
Job Roberts, 
Thomas Evans, 
John Ambler, Jr., 
Jesse Ambler, 
Susanna Lukens, 



Job Hallovvell, 
. Cad'r Roberts, Jr. 
John Hallovvell, 
Joseph Ambler, Jr. 
Jesse Luken, 
John Thomas, Jr., 
Joseph Shoemaker 
Hugh Foulke, 
John Ambler, 
Morgan Morgan, 
Ann Morgan, 
Eliza Morgan, 
Sarah R. Morgan, 
Mor'n Morgan, Jr., 
Ann Morgan, Jr., 
Margaret Stroud, 
Ann Jones, 
Elizab'h Evans, Jr., 
Nathan Evans, 
Tacy Evans, 



3902 2 Elizabeth Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 6, 

1776; d. at an advanced age; unmar- 
ried. 

39° 3 3 Sarah Morgan, b. Seventh-month 10, 1779; 

m. Issachar Kenderdine, and lived to an 
old age ; she died Second-month 22, 
1861; m. Twelfth-month 11, 1804; he 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 97 

Individual Family 

No. No. 

3903 3 died Eighth-month 15, 1848; both are 

buried at Horsham ; he was a son of 
John and Hannah Kenderdine ; b Tenth 
month 13, 1780. 

3904 4 Morgan Morgan, Jr., b. Fifth-month 21, 

1782; m. Ann Custer; died at an ad- 
vanced age, Eighth-month 9, 1850 ; she 
was b. Eighth-month 4, 1787 ; m. Elev- 
enth-month 15, 1 8 10; d. Fourth-month 
1, 1877; buried at Quakertown ; her 
parents lived at Richland, Pa. 

3905 5 Ann Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 14, 1784; 

d. Fourth-month 4, 1863 ; m. John Am- 
bler, Twelfth-month 8. 1807 ; d. Fourth- 
month 9, 1859 ! buried at Friends' bury- 
ing ground, Gwynedd. 

3906 6 David Morgan, b. Seventh month 6, 1785 ; 

m. Sarah Kenderdine; d. First-month 7, 
1865 ; is buried at Friends' burying 
ground, Schuylkill county, Pa.; she was 
a daughter of Benjamin and Margaret 
Kenderdine, b. Fifth-month 16, 1789; 
m. Twelfth-month 18, 1807; d. Second, 
month 28, 1862; is buried at Horsham- 
Montgomery county, Pa. 

3907 7 Mary Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 17,1788; 

d. Seventh-month, 1847; buried at 
Gwynedd, Pa. 



98 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3901. 

BENJAMIN MORGAN 6 , of Morgan Morgan*, of Mar- 
garet Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , 
of William'. 



Gen. 



Individual Pamllj 



7 3908 1 Edward S. Morgan, b. Third-month 1, 1801, 

d. Eighth-month 10, 1827; buried at 
Gwynedd ; unmarried. 

7 3909 2 A daughter b. and unnamed Second-month 

8, 1803 ; d. Second-month 18, 1803. 

7 3910 3 Hannah Morgan, b. Third-month 16,1804; 
d. Seventh-month 10, 1805. 

7 391 1 4 Mary M. Morgan, b. Seventh-month 15, 

1807; d. Second-month 26, 1872; m. 
Charles Evans, Third month 12, 1833; 
he was b. Ninth-month 30, 181 1; d. 
Twelfth-month 17, 1887; coal merchant ; 
buried at Fairhill, Philadelphia. 

7 39 l2 5 John Rittenhouse Morgan, b. Fourth-month 
5, 1809; m. Rachel E. Bicknell ; b. 
Eleventh-month 15, 18 19; m. First- 
month 7, 1837; she d. Twelfth-month 
23, 1848 ; buried at Cloverdale, Putnam 
county, Ind. ; after her death he mar- 
ried Susanna Bicknell ; b. Third-month 
20, 1826 ; and m. Ninth-month 27, 1849 I 
daughters of George Bicknell ; he moved 
to Indiana, and from there to Illinois ; 
raised a large family and died in Knox 
county, Illinois, Seventh-month 30, 
1887. 




CHARLES MORGAN. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. qq 

mily 

No. 

7 3913 6 Benjamin Morgan, Jr., b. Eleventh-month 

6, 1 811; m. Ann Conrad, daughter of 
Jonathan and Hannah (Nixon) Conrad, 
Eleventh-month 17, 1842 ; b. Seventh- 
month 15, 1809; d - Third-month 21, 
1887 ; of Horsham township, Montgom- 
ery county, Pa., to whom four chiidren 
were born, viz : Mary, Rebecca, Wil- 
liam and Charles. Benjamin has a clock, 
made by David Rittenhouse, in good 
running order.; family tradition says it 
was a wedding present from David Rit- 
tenhouse to his sister Margaret. Charles 
Morgan says: "It belonged to grand- 
father Morgan, after his death to my 
father, and after his death to brother 
Benjamin, who prizes it highly." He 
says further, "Brother Benjamin has lost 
his sight, but remains in excellent 
health, and goes down to his mill almost 
every day and attends to their chop- 
ping mill. I think he remembers yet 
of seeing Benjamin Rittenhouse, the 
brother of David, at his father's. He 
resides half a mile from Heaton station, 
and near a mile from Willow Grove sta- 
tion on the branch road running to Hat- 
boro." He died June 9, 1896. 

7 3914 7 Charles Morgan, b. Tenth-month 31. 18 14; 
m. Ellen Hann, of Wilkesbarre, Fourth- 
month 2, 1842; she was the daughter 
of Philip and Margaret Hann, and was 
b. Twelfth-month 5, 1823. The follow- 
ing is taken from the Evening Leader, 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Monday, April 4, 
1892 : 



IOO THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

• 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan were assisted by nearly 
300 "t" their friends last evening in celebrating their golden 
wedding anniversary. The cosy home on North Franklin 
street was thronged from six o'clock to ten. The rooms were 
prettily decorated with quantities of smilax hanging in ropes 
and draperies, and the mantles were banked with flowers and 
bunches of exquisite roses and other cut flowers. The din- 
ing room was made inviting by the beautifully decorated 
table which was set with dainties and prettily lighted. The 
supper was an elaborate one, consisting of croquettes, salads 
of different kinds, coffee the most fragrant, creams, ices, bon 
bons, almonds and quantities of confectionery, and other 
dainties. It was served by a corps of waiters under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Hochreiter. 

While the guests thronged the rooms, congratulated 
host and hostess, and talked, laughed or ate, the Raff quar- 
tet, hidden behind a curtain of smilax, played the most deli- 
cious music. In an upper room were the presents — all man" 
ner of costly bric-a-brac, silver, rare china, a banquet lamp, etc., 
etc. There was a glass vase full of gold fish, a reminder from 
George A. Wells of numerous fishing trips which he and Mr. 
Morgan had enjoyed. 

A novel feature was a profusion of gold pieces under a 
glass case. Two gilded apples were cut open revealing a 
radiation of $10 pieces inside. A gilded shoe held a handful 
of them, and others were fastened on cards or covered the 
bottom of the case. It was a display of yellow beauty that 
was quite entrancing. 

Over the tables of presents were displayed two wedding 
certificates. One was that of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, setting 
forth that Charles Morgan and Ellen Hann were married 
April 2, 1842, in Wilkesbarre, by Rev. Daniel W. Bristol, 
and the witnesses were John Behee and S. G. Beaumont. 

Above this framed certificate is a large piece of aged yel- 
low parchment also framed. It is the wedding certificate of 
Mr. Morgan's parents, Benjamin Morgan and Tacy Stroud, in 
Montgomery county, May 13, 1800. This parchment is all 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. IO I 

hand written and describes the marriage, which was by 
Quaker custom. Each having declared their intention be- 
forehand, they in the presence of a large number of the Soci- 
ety of Friends, took each other by the hand, each declaring 
that they would love and honor the other until death should 
them part. The document is signed by at least 75 witnesses, 
the signatures written in four columns. 

Mr. Morgan, whose wedding anniversary was celebrated 
last night, is still a member of the Society of Friends. He 
came here for his health from Philadelphia in 1839, as far as 
Harrisburg by rail and from there to Wilkesbarre by canal 
packet. The journey took three days and two nights. The 
place evidently agreed with him, for he stayed, and three years 
later married Miss Ellen Hann, she being at that time 18 and 
he 27. Fifty years have since passed over the heads of each, 
but time has dealt so kindly that both look younger by many 
years, and both are hearty and vigorous. Mr. Morgan can 
yet outwalk any fisherman in this locality, and he is a cham- 
pion with rod and line, too. 

In 1843 Mr. Morgan began the shoe business with John 
Kline, grandfather of Mrs. Dr. Boyle, of this city. In 1869 
Jesse T. Morgan entered the firm and in 1876 he and his 
brother, Wm. B., took charge of the business, which has al- 
ways been prosperous and is to day. Mr. Morgan the elder 
embarked in the hardware business in 1868 with his son, E. 
S. Morgan. In 1886 Charles E. and Benjamin Morgan en- 
tered, and the firm became C. Morgan's Sons, a business name 
that is well and favorably known throughout this region. 

At this time Mr. Morgan retired from active business 
and has since enjoyed the results of his industry, happy in 
seeing his sons following his business success, and contented 
in the love of his devoted home circle. But though not act- 
ive in business he is personally active and as thoroughly in- 
terested in affairs of to-day as his own sons. 

Among the guests last night were Mr. and Mrs. Locks- 
ley and Morris Locksley, of Philadelphia ; Mr. and Mrs. 
Chas. W. Evans and Wm. West Evans, of Philadelphia, and 



102 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Conard, of Fort Washington. The affair 
was delightful and will long be remembered. 

Of the immediate family there were present nine child- 
ren six of whom are married, and nine grandchildren. The 
youngest grandchild is Charles Byron Morgan, aged three 
months, bright and interesting. He represented the third 
generation of Charleses, the second being Charles Evans, the 
baby's father. 

Ili'inMual F:iini!v 

Gen. No. So. 

7 391 5 8 Tacy S. Morgan, b. Ninth-month 22, 18 19; 
d. Second-month 15, 1844; buried at 
Plymouth ; m. John Watts Hampton, 
Sr., son of James and Harriet, Third- 
month 13, 1838; had three children; 
Harriet, Benjamin and John, Jr. ; Tacy 
died soon after the birth of John, Jr. 
John Watts Hampton, residence 731 
Oxford street, Philadelphia ; he died 
Third month 5, 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3903. 

SARAH MORGAN 6 (Kenderdine), of Morgan Mor- 
gan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , 
of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

7 3916 1 Chalkley Kenderdine, b. Ninth month 15, 
1805 ; m. Ann Jarrett, daughter of John 
and Elizabeth Jarrett, Twelfth-month 6, 
1827; d. Second-month 23, 1885; 
buried at Horsham ; Ann was b. Third- 
month 17, 1807; d. Second-month 29, 
1 87 1 ; buried at Horsham, Pa. 

7 3917 2 Morgan Kenderdine, b. Eighth-month 27, 

1807; m. Mary Arnold; soon after he 
emigrated to Ohio; she died in 185 1; 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



IO3 



Family 
No. 



7 39 l 7 2 had a large family of children; resided 

in Miami county, Ohio ; occupation, 
blacksmith. 

7 39 l8 3 Issachar Kenderdine, b. Seventh month 27, 
1809; d - Eleventh-month 10, 1874; 
buried at Horsham ; m. Priscilla Shoe- 
maker in fall of 183 1 ; b. Seventh-month 
20, 1810; d. Twelfth-month, 1846; 
buried at Horsham ; his second wife was 
Ann Sharp. 

7 3919 4 Ann M. Kenderdine, b. Eleventh-month i6» 
181 1 ; d. Tenth-month 9, 1886; buried 
at Horsham ; m. John Bright, Third- 
month 10, 1836; he was b. Fifth-month 

7, 1 8 14; resides at Norristown, Pa. 

7 3920 5 Hannah Kenderdine, b. Eleventh-month 6, 
1 81 3; m. at Horsham, Eleventh-month 
14, 1833 ; d. Third-month 28, 1881 ; her 
husband was b. Seventh-month 1 1, 
181 3 ; his name was Jonathan Shoe- 
maker, son of Isaac Shoemaker. 

7 3921 6 Elisabeth M. Kenderdine, b. Seventh month 

8, 1816; m. Jonathan I. Palmer, 1865; 
he d. 1869, aged 44 years ; was buried 
at Horsham, where she afterwards lived. 
She died 1892 ; no issue. 

7 3922 7 Jane Kenderdine, b. Eighth-month 1,1819; 
unmarried ; resides in Horsham township, 
now Ambler, Montgomery county, Pa. ; 
no issue ; she died at the residence of 
her niece, Rebecca Ambler Bright, Am- 
bler, Pa., Eighth-month 2, 1895; aged 
76 years ; interment at Friends' Hors- 
ham Meeting burying grounds. 



104 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3904. 

MORGAN MORGAN, JR. 6 , of Morgan Morgan*, of 
Margaret Rittenhouse* (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

(j.n. Ho. So. 

I Amelia Morgan, b. Eighth-month 5, 181 1; 
d. Twelfth-month 10, 181 1. 

7 3923 2 Joseph C. Morgan, b. Tenth-month 8, 181 2 ; 

d. Second-month 27, 1888; buried at 
Quakertown, Pa. ; miller by occ. ; m , 
first, Theresa Wint, daughter of Henry 
and Elizabeth (Romig) Wint, of Saucon 
Valley, Second-month 11, 1836; she was 
b. Eighth-month 16, 181 2; d. Seventh- 
month 1, 1872; buried at Quakertown; 
in Sixth-month, 1874, he m. Bettie 
Blaine. 

7 3924 3 Amelia Ann Morgan, b. Fifth-month 10, 
1 8 1 5 ; d. Sixth-month 15, 1855; m. 
David Kenderdine, First-month 20, 1842. 

7 3925 4 Antrim F. Morgan, b. Eighth-month 31, 

1818; m. Martha Harris, Twelfth-month 
31, 1846; children, Thomas H., Hannah, 
Catharine, George C, Joseph A. 

7 3926 5 George C. Morgan, b. Second-month 17, 

1 82 1 ; d. Second-month 3, 1839; buried 
at Gwynedd, Montgomery county, Pa. 

7 3927 6 Elizabeth Morgan, b. Sixth- month, 1823; 
m. Nathaniel F. Kinsey, son of John and 
Elizabeth (Foulke) Kinsey, Fourth- 
month 16, 1844; b. Eighth-month 22, 
1817; d. Eleventh-month 28, 1865; 
buried at Quakertown, Pa. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



105 



Individual Family 

No. No. 



3928 7 Hannah Morgan, b. Twelfth month 28, 
1828 ; m. William Shaw, son of Samuel 
and Sydney Shaw, Third-month 15, 
1854; reside at Quakertown, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3905. 

ANN MORGAN 6 (Ambler), of Morgan Morgan*, of 
Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

7 3929 1 Thomas Ambler, b. Eighth-month 28, 1 808 ; 

d. Eleventh-month 11, 1879; m - Eliza 
Ann Muer, b. Seventh-month 19, 1808; 
d. Second-month 6, 1891 ; res., Phila- 
delphia. 

7 3930 2 Chalkley Ambler, b. Ninth-month 3, 18 10; 
m. Rebecca Derr, who died ; he m., 
again, Catharine Evans, daughter of 
Peter Evans ; res., Philadelphia. 

7 3931 3 Benjamin Ambler, b. Eleventh-month 14, 

18 12 ; m. Mary Fitzgerald, Third-month 

I, 1838, daughter of John and Catharine 
Fitzgerald ; she was born Third-month 

II, 1819. 

7 3932 4 Joseph Ambler, b. First-month 29, 181 5 ; m. 
Elizabeth Kraft ; res., Ambler, Pa. 

7 3933 5 John Ambler, b. Ninth-month 24,1817; m. 
Harriet Beans, Third-month 8, 1854; 
he d. Sixth-month 1, 1873; she was b. 
First-month 13, 1832, and lived at Bel- 
fry, Pa. 

7 3934 6 David A mbler, b. Ninth-month 24, 18 17; m. 
Mary McKenney, who died; he m., 



I06 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



[ndlrldual 
Gen. Ho. 



3934 6 again, Bculah L. Buckner, who d. First- 

month 13, 1887, aged 63 years; he d. 
Fifth-month 18, 1885. 

The two latter, John and David, were twins. 

7 3935 7 Septimus Ambler, b. Second-month 10, 1820; 
d. Tenth-month 8, 1883; m. Sallie 
Cooper, Eleventh-month 5, 1857; she 
was b. Tenth-month 15, 1835 ; d. 
Twelfth-month 7, 1883 ; both are buried 
at Gwynedd, Pa. 

7 3936 8 Letitia Ambler, b. Eighth-month 9, 1822 ; m. 
John W. Owen, Tenth-month 24, 1861 ; 
residing at St. Louis, Mo. This was her 
second husband, her first husband being 
Thomas Molyneaux, an Englishman, 
whom she married Eleventh-month 10, 
1849, and who died at St. Louis, Mo., 
about 1872, without issue. She died 
Fourth-month 16, 1896. 

7 3937 9 Sarah Ambler, m. Isaac Conard, Eleventh- 
month 1, 1866. 

Isaac Conard, auger maker, residing at Fort Washing- 
ton, was born Tenth-month 30, 1828; m. Mary Walton, 
Fourth-month 6, 1854, who died; he then married Sarah 
Ambler, who was born Eleventh-month 5, 1825. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3906. 

DAVID MORGAN 6 , of Morgan Morgan*, of Mar- 
garet Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias3, of Nicholas 2 , 
of William 1 . 

7 3938 1 Enoch K. Morgan, b. Eighth-month 26, 

1808; d. Sixth-month 29, 1881 ; m. Ann 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



IO7 



Family 
No. 



7 3938 1 Spencer ; res., Horsham township, Mont- 

gomery county, Pa. ; she was the daugh- 
ter of James and Elizabeth (Smith) 
Spencer, and was b. Eighth-month 14, 
1807; d. Eighth-month 23, 1863 ; buried 
at Horsham, Pa. 

7 3939 2 Margaret Morgan, b. Tenth month 1, 18 10; 
m. John Conrad, Third-month 4, 1830; 
he was b. Ninth-month 10, 1805 ; d. 
Tenth-month 15, 1876; res., Schuylkill 
county, Pa. ; b. at Friedensburg, Pa. 

7 3940 3 David Morgan, Jr., b. Seventh-month 5, 
1812; d. Eleventh-month 30, 1880; 
buried at Hilltown, Bucks county, Pa. ; 
m. Isabel Dougherty.' 

7 3941 4 Morgan Morgan, b. Seventh-month 29, 

1 8 16; buried at Horsham, Pa.; m. Ellen 
Davis. 

7 3942 5 Tlwmas Morgan, b. Sixth-month 7, 1 822 ; 

m. Mary Ann Riland, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Elizabeth (Mullin) Riland, Tenth- 
month 2, 1 851; went West; d. about 
Eighth month 4, 1863; his wife was b. 
Second-month 28, 1831. 

7 3943 6 hsachar Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 1, ; 

m. Second-month 7, 1853, Anna Eliza, 

daughter of Edward and (Fol- 

well) Davis ; she was b. Eighth-month 
7, 1830; res., Warrington, Bucks county, 
Pa. 

7 3944 7 Edzvard Morgan, m. Abby Biddle ; res., 
Neshaminy, Bucks county, Pa. 



IqS THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 391 1. 

MARY M. MORGAN? (Evans), of Benjamin 6 , of Mor- 
g \\ . of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

[ndlrldaal Pamlly 
v. in. Wo. Ko. 

8 3946 1 Tacy A. Evans, b. Twelfth-month 28, 1833 ; 
d. First-month 25, 1884; m. Benjamin 
Ogden Loxlcy, son of Benjamin R. Lox- 
ley, Eleventh-month 23, 1865 ; he was 
b. Fifth-month 22, 1841 ; res., Philadel- 
phia; children, Charles E. and Morris J. 

8 3947 2 Morris James Evans, b. Ninth-month 7, 
1837; d. Eighth-month 3, 1870; buried 
at Fair Hill, Philadelphia ; m. Elizabeth 
T. Hayhurst, Twelfth-month 26, 1861, 
daughter of Thomas and Martha C. 
Hayhurst; b. Second-month 15, 1839; 
d. Twelfth-month 31, 1890; buried at 
Fair Hill ; children, Mary Gertrude, 
Charles W. 

8 3947^ 3 Charles W. Evans, Jr., b. Fifth-month 24, 
1842; d. Eighth-month 31, 1864; buried 
at Fair Hill. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3912. 

JOHN RITTENHOUSE MORGAN?, of Benjamin 6 , of 
Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 3948 1 Susan B. Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 2, 1838; 

d. about Tenth-month 4, 1885 ; buried 
at Nevada, Mo. ; m., first, J. L. Hall, 
First-month 8, 1857; second, Elijah 
Williams ; no issue by either. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



IO9 



Family 
No. 



8 3949 2 Benjamin Hill Morgan, b. Sixth-month 2, 
1 841 ; d. Eleventh-month 26, 1862; 
buried at Springfield, Mo. ; was a mem- 
ber of Co. B, Thirty-seventh Illinois In- 
fantry. 

8 3950 3 Tacy Stroud Morgan, b. Fourth-month 21, 
1844; m. James M. Stanley, Second- 
month 22, 1866 ; he was b. Tenth-month 
14, 1839; res., Fort Scott, Kansas. 

8 395 J 4 John Roberts Morgan, b. Second-month 1 1 , 
1846; m. Carrie M. Gould, Fifth-month 
31, 1868; she was b. Seventh-month 23. 
1848; he is a farmer at Western Park, 
Kansas. 

Children by second marriage, Susanna Bicknell : 

8 3952 5 George B. Morgan, b. Eighth-month 4, 

1850; m. Alice Robinson, Twelfth- 
month 25, 1876; she was b. Eleventh- 
month 11, 1855 ; res., Marmaton, Bour- 
bon county, Kansas. 

8 3953 6 Lydia Jane Morgan, b. Ninth-month 29, 
1852; m. George Washington Spidell, 
Ninth-month 13, 1869, son of John and 
Jane Maria Spidell, of Galesburg, 111., 
b. Tenth-month 6, 1848; res., Schuyler, 
Neb. 

8 3954 7 Mary Ella Morgan, b. Ninth-month 2, 1854; 
m. Y. C. Heaton, Tenth-month 7, 1875 ; 
he was b. Fourth-month 15, 1855 ; res., 
Victoria, 111. 

8 3955 8 Charles E. Morgan, b. Second month 28, 
1857; m. Eliza Muncy, First-month 1, 
1877 ; he is a farmer at Altona, 111. 



1 io THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

IndiTttaal I 
flrn. V* s 

8 3956 9 William Morgan,b. Seventh -month 1, 1859; 

res., Altonu, 111. 

8 3957 10 Morris James Morgan, b. Eighth- month 14, 
1862; m. Mary R. Wagner, Fourth- 
month 16, 1884; she was b. Twelfth- 
month 28, 1862; he is a painter; ad- 
• dress, Fort Scott, Kansas. 

8 3958 11 Emma Morgan, b. Tenth -month 8, 1864 ; d. 
Sixth-month 25, 1869; buried at Al- 
tona, 111. 

8 3959 I2 Jacob E. Morgan, b. Eighth-month 2, 1867. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3913. 

BENJAMIN MORGAN, JR.?, of Benjamin 6 , of Mor- 
gan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , 
of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 3960 1 Mary Morgan, b. Tenth-month 21, 1843; d. 

Eleventh-month 12, 1844; buried at 
Horsham. 

8 3961 2 Rebecca Canard Morgan, b. Ninth-month 28, 

1845; m. Lieutenant Alfred C. Markley, 
of U. S. Army, Fourth-month 23, 1868. 
He is a Captain in the Twenty-fourth 
Infantry, U. S. A. They lived at Fort 
Thomas, Arizona; then at Fort Bayard; 
now in Philadelphia. 

8 3962 3 William Foulke Morgan, b. First-month 14, 

1849; m. Caroline Hoeckley Wood, 
daughter of John and Sidney K. Wood, 
of Torresdale, Twelfth-month 22, 1874; 
she was b. Eleventh-month 27, 1851 ; he 
lives about a mile above Willow Grove, 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. I 1 1 



Individual Family 

No. No. 



8 3962 3 near Heaton station, at the mill where 

his father carried on milling for over 
fifty years. 

8 39 6 3 4 Charles Evans Morgan, b. First-month 2, 
1855 ; d. Ninth-month 13, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3914. 

CHARLES MORGAN?, of Benjamin 6 , of Morgans, of 
Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicho- 
las 2 , of William 1 . 

8 3964 1 Tacy Stroud Morgan, b. Tenth month 25, 

1843; m. Benjamin Ogden Loxley, 
Sixth-month 3, 1886; he was b. Fifth- 
month 22. 1841. 

8 3965 2 Edward Stroud Morgan, b. Eighih-month 

24, 1845 J m - Mary E., daughter of Wil- 
liam S. Wells, Ninth-month 9, 1874; she 
was b. Third-month 15, 1850; d. Second- 
month 2, 1889; buried at Hollenback 
Cemetery, Wilkesbarre ; he is a mer- 
chant at Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

8 3966 3 Jesse Taylor Morgan, b. Eleventh-month 28, 
1847; m - Frances, daughter of Elias 
Robbins, Eleventh-month 10, 1875 ; she 
was b. Sixth-month 27, 1849; d. Tenth- 
month 29, 1886; buried at Wilkesbarre ; 
he m. again, to Kate Eulalia Miller, 
Eleventh-month 6, 1889, daughter of G. 
M. Miller, of Wilkesbarre, and was b. at 
Lackawanna, Luzerne county, Pa., Sec- 
ond-month 13, 1856 ; Jesse is a merchant 
in Wilkesbarre. 



112 11IK MORGAN FAMILV. 



idMdOkl l':.iiiilv 

Ho. No. 



8 3967 4 Anna Lowry Morgan, b. Second-month 22, 
1850; m. Dunning Sturdevant,of Wilkes- 
barre, Tenth-month 7, 1875 ; he was b. 
Second-month 8, 1846; book-keeper. 

8 3968 5 Walter S. Morgan, b. Twelfth- month 27, 

1853; d - Sixth-month 2, 1855. 

8 3969 6 William P. Morgan, b. Third-month 22, 
1855 ; m. Harriet Winans, of Shick- 
shinny, Pa., Ninth-month 12, 1876, b. 
Third-month 22, 1857, daughter of 
Thomas. 

8 3970 7 Ellen H. Morgan, b. Ninth-month 1, 1857; m. 
Willard L. Post, of Shickshinny, Pa., 
Tenth-month 14, 1880, son of Josiah D. 
Post; he was b. Sixth-month 28, 1855. 

8 3971 8 Charles E. Morgan, b. Fifth- month 5, i860; 

m. Elizabeth K. Wood, of Torresdale, 
Philadelphia, Sixth-month 5, 1889; she 
was b. Ninth-month 1, 1859; daughter 
of John and Sidney K. Wood. 

8 3972 9 Benjamin F. Morgan, b. Second-month 26, 
1863. 

8 3973 10 Mary E. Morgan, b. Tenth- month 1, 1865; 
m. William S. Goff, Tenth-month 15, 
1895. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3915. 

TACY S. MORGAN? (Hampton), of Benjamin 6 , of 
Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 3974 ! Harriet L. Hampton, b. First-month 11, 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



Ir 3 



8 3974 i 1839; d. Fifth-month 26, 1866; m. 

Robert Skelton. 

8 3975 2 Benjamin M. Hampton, b. Eighth-month 29, 

1 841 ; m. Mary Ann Morgan ; children, 
John N., Anna May, William M., Mar- 
garet R., Mary A., Benjamin M., and 
Thomas M. 

8 3976 3 John IV. Hampton, Jr., b. Second-month 8, 
1844; m. Almira Whartman, Seventh- 
month 12, 1866; she was b. Ninth- 
month 16, 1846; children, Ka herii.e W. 
and Walter Evans. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3975. 

BENJAMIN M. HAMPTON 8 , of Tacy S. Morgan? 
(Hampton), of Benjamin 6 , of Morgan 5 . 

9 3977 l John Noble Hampton, b Fifth-month 26, 

1868 ; d. Eighth-month 29, 1870. 

9 3977/4 2 Anna May Hampton, m. William Oran. 

9 3977 % 3 William M. Hampton, b. Fourth-month 13, 
1873. 

9 3978 4 Margaret R. Hampton, b. and d. Second- 

month 7, 1877. 

9 397 8 K 5 Mary A. Hampton, b. Third-month 22, 1878 ; 
d. Fourth-month 13, 1878. 

9 3979 6 Benjamin M. Hampton, b. Second-month 1 1 , 
1880. 

9 3980 7 Thos. M. Hampton, b. Third month 1, 1883. 



I 1. 1 THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3976. 

fOHN W. HAMPTON, JR. 8 , of Tacy S. Morgan' 

I I [ampton), of Benjamin 6 , of Morgan 5 , of Margarf.t Ritten- 
house* (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Pwnll) 

Ki Ho. 

9 3980)^ 1 Katherine IV. Hampton, m. William Richard 
Verner; had one child, Catharine. 

9 3981 2 Walter Evans Hampton, m. Imogene Chase. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3916. 

CHALK LEY KENDERDINE?, of Sarah Morgan 6 
(Kenderdine), of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Ritten- 
house 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 yj^2 1 Tacy J. Kenderdine, b. Ninth-month 28, 
1828; res., Horsham ; unm. 

8 3983 2 Sarah Jane Kenderdine, b. Seventh-month 
21, 1832; m. John Cleaver, Eleventh- 
month 11, 1852; he was b. Eleventh- 
month 2, 1822; res., Norristown, Pa.; 
children, William, Anna K., Ella, Chalk- 
ley, Mary R., Emma, Sarah, Tacie K., 
Silas. 

8 3984 3 Lctitia Kenderdine, b. Fifth-month 2,1838; 
m. William Ambler ; he d. Eleventh- 
month 9, 1881 ; buried at Plymouth 
burying-ground ; their children were, 
George R., Tacy J., Mary R., Anna K. 
and William L. 

3985 .) Elizabeth J. Kenderdine,b. Fifth-month 24, 
[840; m. Thomas Stackhouse, Second- 
month 16, 1865; children, Charles K., 
Chalkley, Anna K., H. Elizabeth, Tacy /. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



115 



8 39 86 5 John J. Kenderdine, b. First-month, 1851; 

d. aged eighteen months. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3917. 

MORGAN KENDERDINE? of Sarah Morgan 6 (Ken- 
derdine), of Morgan Morgans, of Margxret Rittenhouse* 
Morgan), of Matthiass, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 a 1 Arnold Kcndcrdine, the first born, living 

(IS95). 

8 b 2 Anna Maria Kenderdine; deceased. 

8 c 3 Christiana Kenderdine; deceased. 

8 d 4 Lavinia Kenderdine ; living (1895). 

8 e 5 Sarah Edna Kenderdine; deceased. 

8 f 6 Agnes Kenderdine; deceased. 

8 S 7 Hannah Kenderdine; deceased. 

8 h 8 Four died in infancy. There were eleven in 

all. The family resided in Miami county, 
Ohio. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3918. 

ISSACHAR KENDERDINE?, of Sarah Morgan 6 
(Kenderdine), of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Ritten- 
house 4 (Morgan), of Matthias, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 3987 1 Isaac Kenderdine, b. Third-month 3, 1835. 

8 3988 2 Martha S. Kenderdine, b. Fourth month 24, 

1836; deceased; m. John L. Thomson, 
Fourth-month 10, 1856; have three 



II •■ 



Il6 Till-: MORGAN FAMILY. 

IhllMlu.l HmIiIIJT 

\ N.. 

8 3988 2 children, J. L. Thomson, b. Sixth-month 

7, 1826; d. Second-month 4, 1888. 

3990 3 Amanda Kcndcrdinc, b. Eighth-month 21, 
1838; m. Thomas Asuer ; no issue. 

8 3991 4 T. Chalklcy Kcndcrdinc, b. First month 25, 

1846; m. Sue Asuer; one child. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3919. 

ANN M. KENDERDINE? (Bright), of Sarah Morgan 6 
I Kenderdine), of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Ritten- 
hou>e 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 

8 3992 1 T. Chalklcy Bright, b. Seventh-month 22, 

1837; m. Catharine Dorworth ; had 
children as follows : 

9 3993 1 William H. Bright, b. Tenth-month 

30, 1867; m. Mary A. Stivers, 
Fourth-month 30, 1889. 

9 3994 2 Sarah Ann Bright, b. Seventh-month 

13, 1869; m. Harry G. Woodland, 
Twelfth-month 8, 1888. 

9 3995 3 Elmer Ellsworth Bright, b. Fourth- 

month 4, 1872. 

9 3996 4 Thomas Chalkley Bright, b. Sixth- 

month 1, 1874. 

9 3997 5 David S. Bright, b. First-month 29, 

1877. 

9 399 t<? 6 Horatio Bright, b. Eighth-month 23, 

1878; d. Tenth-month 23, 1881. 

8 3999 2 Jonathan Bright, d. Tenth-month 1, 1890; 
m. Mary R. Conard, Fourth-month 8, 
1868; she was b. Twelfth-month 30, 
1847; had the following children : 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. ny 



Individual Family 



4°°° i Benjamin F. Bright, b. Ninth month 

7, 1869 ; d. Eighth-month 30, 1876. 

4° 01 • 2 Tacie A. Bright, b. Second month 1, 

1871. 

4002 3 Mary E. Bright, b. Eighth month 20, 

1873- 

4°03 4 Cora B. Bright, b. Seventh-month 22, 

1875 ; d. Second- month 10, 1880. 

4004 5 Walter L. Bright, b. Ninth-month 24, 

1877. 

4005 6 Albert H. Bright, b. Ninth- month 23, 

1879. 

4006 7 Emma J. Bright, b. Eleventh-month 

6, 1881. 

4007 8 Horace W. Bright, b. Ninth month 

19, 1884. 

9 Jonathan Bright, b. Twelfth-month 
12, 1890. 

3 Hannah F. Bright, m. Charles G. Vansant ; 
had one son : 

1 Wm. F. Vansant, m. Lizzie O'Brien. 

4 Edzvard Bright, m. Rebecca Ambler ; their 
children are : 

1 Clara Bright, m. Ross Rosenberger. 

2 Jennie Bright, m. Newton Meyers. 

3 Charles Bright; single ; deceased. 

4 Elizabeth Bright, m. Harry Howard. 

5 Hannah Bright. 

6 Edwin Bright. 



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4016 


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4017 



I [8 II IK MORGAN FAMILY. 

ImlltMual K.n.llr 

Wo. 

9 4018 7 Ji'h'i Bright; deceased. 

8 4019 5 Elisabeth F. Bright, m. Charles Fleck. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3920. 

HANNAH KENDERDINE* (Shoemaker), of Sarah 
Morgan" (Kenderdine), of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret 
Rittenhouse* (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of 
William'. 

8 4020 1 Margaret Shoemaker, b. Ninth-month 30, 
1834; m., first, Nathan Hicks; second, 
Joseph Wilson. Children : 

1 Jane K. Hicks. 

2 Elizabeth K. Hicks. 

3 Mary A. Hicks. 

4 Isaac S. Wilson. 

8 4021 2 Issachar K. Shoemaker, b. Third-month 3, 
1836; d. Fifth month 16, 1866, unm. 

8 4022 3 Sarah Ann Shoemaker, b. Eleventh-month 

7, 1837; d. Third-month 16, 1889; 
buried at Horsham; m. Josiah Ambler, 
Second-month 6, 1857; he was b. 1824; 
no issue. 

8 4023 4 Isaac Shoemaker, b. Tenth-month 4, 1840; 
m. Sibilla Perry ; no issue ; res., Abing- 
ton, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3925. 

ANTRIM F. MORGAN?, of Morgan Morgan, Jr. 6 , of 
Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
M \i nii.\s3, of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



II 9 



Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 



8 4024 1 Thomas H. Morgan, b. First-month 2, 1848 ; 

m. Ida Wolf, of Quakertown, Pa., Tenth- 
month 4, 1877; children, Lizzie and T. 
Harris. 

9 a 1 Lizzie Morgan, b. Fourth-month 15, 

1881. 

9 b 2 T. Harris Morgan, b. Fifth-month 4, 

1884. 



402 5 2 Hannah Morgan, b. Second- month 1 8, 1 849 ; 

m. Stephen F. Penrose, Fourth-month 
20, 1 87 1 ; children, Alice Melvina and 
Martha Anna. 

c 1 Alice Melvina Penrose, h. Third- month 

13, 1872. 

d 2 Martha Anna Penrose, b. Seventh- 

month 26, 1878. 



8 4026 3 Catharine Morgan, b. Ninth-month 29, 1852 ; 

m. Charles Smulling, of Richland town- 
ship, Bucks county, Pa., Third-month 6, 
1879; children, Antrim Morgan, Robert 
E. and Hannah. 

9 e 1 Antrim Smulling Morgan, b. Sixth- 

month 6, 1880. 

9 f 2 Robert E. Morgan Smulling, b. Ninth- 

month 5, 1883. 

9 g 3 Hannah Morgan Smulling, b. Ninth- 

month 20, 1884. 



120 ["HE MORGAN FAMILY. 

In. lit Muni Kniullv 

No 

s , 4 George C. Morgan, b. Sixth month 9, 1856; 

m. Inez M. Brook, of Montgomery 
county, Pa., Third-month 25, 1880; 
children, Warren B., Lottie, Elsie, George 
R., John B., Inez and Blanche. 

q h 1 Wan f)i B. Morgan, b. Second- 

month 27, 1 88 1. 

9 i 2 Lottie Morgan, b. Eighth-month 22, 

1882. 

9 j 3 Elsie Morgan, b. Second-month 6, 

1884 ; deceased. 

9 k 4 George R. Morgan, b. First-month 

22, 1886. 

g 1 5 John B. Morgan. 

9 m 6 7#£sr Morgan. 

9 n 7 Blanche Morgan. 

8 4028 5 Joseph A. Morgan, b. Fourth-month 30, 

18(^9 ; m. Annie L. Long, of Norristown, 
Pa. ; one child, Martha H. 

9 o 1 Mattha H. Morgan, b. Fourth- month 

30, 1893. 






CHILDREN OF JOSEPH C. MORGAN' AND 
THERESA WINT. No. 3923. 

a 1 Morgan Morgan, b. Eleventh month 19, 

1836; d. Tenth month 27, 1859, unm. 

b 2 Elizabeth Morgan, b. Third-month 6, 1839; 

m. Thomas Wright, of Kingston, Luzerne 
county, Pa.; she d. Third-month 14, 
1 867 ; children : 



THE MORGAN FAMILY, 121 

Individual Family 

Gen. No. No. 

i Mary Wright, m. George Walton, of 
Luzerne county, Pa. ; have two 
children. 

2 Thomas Allan Wright. 

3 Elisabeth Wright ; d. in infancy. 

8 c 3 Arm Morgan, b. Fifth-month 22, 1841 ; d. 

Second-month 8, 1852. 

8 d 4 Mary Morgan, b. Third-month 29, 1843 \ d. 

Ninth-month 3, i860. 

8 e 5 William Wint Morgan, b. Twelfth-month 2, 

1847 ! m -> by William B. Wood, at Phila- 
delphia, Georgeanna Soumeillan, daugh- 
ter of John N. and Maria Stuart Sou- 
meillan, Second-month 25, 1867; she 
was b. Second-month 13, 1847 > children : 

9 f 1 George Henry Morgan, b. Twelfth- 

month 16, 1867. 

9 g 2 Elizabeth Kromer Morgan, b. First- 

month 3, 1869. 

9 h 3 Joseph Spencer Morgan, b. Fifth- 

month 15, 1870. 

9 i 4 Ellen Theresa Morgan, b. First-month 

25, 1872. 

9 j 5 Harriet Ambler Morgan, b. Eighth- 

month 23, 1873; d. Eighth-month 
3, i874- 

9 k 6 William W. Morgan, Jr., b. Eleventh- 

month 7, 1874. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF AMELIA ANN MORGAN? AND 
DAVID KKNDERDINE. No. 3924. 

[Uhrtdul > unllj 
No, No. 

S 1 1 Anna Mary Kenderdine, b. Twelfth-month 

27, 1842 ; m. David Pickel ; iron worker; 
children, Charles N., Walter, Emma, 
Augusta, Harry, Howard, William. 

8 m 2 Hannah M. Kenderdine, b. Sixth-month 13, 

1844; m. Richard Rollings, Tenth month 
5, 1869; he was a farmer at Quaker- 
town ; children : 

Elmer Rollings, b. Third-month 13, 
1879. 

Herbert D. Rollings, b. Third-month 
16, 1881. 

8 n 3 William H. Kenderdine, b. Fifth-month 10, 

1847; d. Fourth-month 4, 1865 ; buried 
at Gwynedd. 

80 4 Emma Kenderdine ; deceased; buried at 

Gwynedd. 

p 5 Thomas E. Kenderdine, b. Sixth-month 15, 

1855 ; m. Estella Ford, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF HANNAH MORGAN? AND WILLIAM 
SHAW. No. 3928. 

q 1 Morgan Shaw, b. Tenth-month 15, 1S57; 

m. Alice G. Johnson, daughter of Henry 
F. and Hannah Johnson, Third-month 
27, 1890. 

r 2 Samuel Shaw, b. Twelfth-month 22, 1859. 



Individual 
Gen. No. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. t 23 

imily 
No. 

3 Anna Shazu, b. Third-month 20,1862; m. 

Amos Johnson, of Quakertown. 

4 Maurice Shaw, b. Fifth-month 30, 1 865 ; m. 

Jane C. Johnson, daughter of Henry F. 
and Hannah Johnson, Third- month 27, 
1890. 

5 Elizabeth M. Shaw, b. Third-month 14, 

1867; m. Eli Strong, of Richland, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3943. 

ISSACHAR MORGAN?, of David Morgan 6 , of Morgan 
Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 a 1 Edward D. Morgan, m. Elizabeth Bertha 

Southwick ; children : 

9 1 Lillie Morgan. 

9 2 Charles Morgan. 

9 3 Ada Morgan. 

8 b 2 Thomas E. Morgan, m. Fannie A. Hallows ; 

chidren : 

9 1 Sadie Morgan. 

9 2 Walter Morgan. 

9 3 Albert Morgan, d. Eighth-month 17, 

1896. 
9 4 Margaret Morgan. 

9 5 Annie Morgan, d. Seventh-month 27, 

1 891. 
9 6 Joseph Morgan. 

8 c 3 Frank Morgan, d. young. 



I 2A l HE MORGAN FAMILY. 



■ ■..In t-lu»l KmntlT 

He Ho. 



d 4 Sadie D. Morgan, m. George Brunner; had 

one child, who d. young. 

S e 5 Joseph M. Morgan, m. Lizzie Stone ; no issue. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3927. 

ELIZABETH MORGAN? (Kinsey), of Morgan Mor- 
gan, Jr. 6 , of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 
(Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4029 1 Ann Kinsey, b. First-month 11, 1845 I single. 

8 4030 2 John F. Kinsey, b. Ninth-month 25, 1846; 

m. Henrietta Williams, of Schuylkill 
township, Chester county, Pa., Eleventh- 
month 8, 1882; children, William H. 
and John K. 

9 a 1 William H. Kinsey. 
9 b 2 John K. Kin sty. 



4031 3 Howard Kinsey, b. Seventh month 12, 1849 ! 

m. Ella Deacon, of New Jersey; one 
child, Henry D. 

c 1 Henry D. Kinsey, b. Ninth-month, 

1894. 



8 4032 4 Letitia F. Kinsey, b. Seventh-month 9, 1852 ; 

m. William P. Roberts, Fourth-month 
29, 1884; children, Linford, Joseph, 
Marion. 

9 tJ 1 Linford Roberts, b. 1 886. 



Gen. 


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No. 


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Family 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 1 25 

2 Joseph Roberts, b. 1889. 

3 Marion Roberts, b. 1 890. 



8 4033 5 Elizabeth Kinsey, b. Third-month 15,1860; 

m. William Jamison, of Philadelphia, 
Eleventh-month 10, 1880; children: 

9 g 1 Walter K. Jamison, b. Sixth-month 

15, 1881. 

9 h 2 Carrie P. Jamison, b. Sixth month 

29, 1883. 

9 i 3 Alfred K. Jamison, b. Sixth-month 

20, 1885. 

9 j 4 Helen Ja?nison,b. First-month 7, 1888. 

9 k 5 Charles Jamison, b. 1890. 

9 1 6 Byron Jamison, b. 1893. 

9 m 7 William Jamison, b. 1894. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3928. 

HANNAH MORGAN? (Shaw), of Morgan Morgan, 
Jr. 6 , of Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Mor- 
gan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4034 1 Morgan Shaw, b. Tenth-month 15, 1857; 

m. Alice G. Johnson, Third-month 27, 
1890; children, Carrie and Jessie. 

9 n 1 Carrie Shaw. 
90 2 Jesse Shaw. 

8 4035 2 Samuel Shaw, b. Twelfth-month 22, 1859; 

single. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

[ndlTtdnil I 

No. Ko. 

8 40^6 3 Anna Shaw, b. Third-month 20,1862; m. 
Amos Johnson, Fourth-month 19, 1883 ; 
one child, Alice Shaw. 

8 4037 4 Maurice Shaw, b. Fifth-month 30, 1865 ; m. 
Jennie C. Johnson, Third-month 27, 
1890; one child, Henry F. Shaw. 

8 4038 5 Elizabeth Shaw, b. Third-month 14,1867; 
m. Eli Strong, of Richland, Bucks 
county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3929. 

THOMAS AMBLER?, of Ann Morgan 6 (Ambler), of 
Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4039 1 John Ambler, b. Sixth-month 24, 1833; d. 

Eleventh-month 22, 1882; buried at 
Mechanics' Cemetery, Philadelphia ; he 
m., Tenth-month 29, 1857, Rebecca Jane 
Stroud, daughter of George W. and Ann 
Dunn Stroud ; Rebecca Jane was b. 
Seventh-month 16, 1836; had eleven 
children : 

9 4040 1 Harry Conrad Ambler, b. Fourth-month 10, 

1859; contractor, Philadelphia. 

Harriet B. Ambler, b. First month 3, 1861. 

William S. Ambler, b. Ninth-month 30, 1862. 

Charles J. Ambler, b. Eleventh-month 24, 
1864; d. Sixth-month 21, 1865. 

Howard M. Ambler, b. Fifth-month 27, 1866. 

Jonathan B. Ambler, b. Eighth-month 16, 
1869; d. First-month 27, 1879. 



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Individual 
Gen. No. 



9 4046 7 J.Frank A mblcr, b. Tenth-month 14, 1871. 

9 4047 8 R. Jane Ambler, h. Eleventh- month 1 6, 1873. 

9 4048 9 7kfarj 5. y4 mbler, b. Eighth-month 6, 1875; 
d. Second-month 16, 1876. 

9 4049 10 Robert S. Ambler, b. Tenth-month 15, 1878. 

9 4050 11 Anna S. Ambler, b. Twelfth-month 28, 1 88 1. 



405 1 2 Charles Jackson Ambler, b. Seventh-month 

1, 1835; d. Seventh-month 9, 1863; 
buried in Odd Fellows' Cemetery ; unm. 

4052 3 Charlotte B. Ambler, b. Tenth-month 3, 

1837; d. Eleventh-month 20, 1894'; 
buried in Odd Fellows' Cemetery ; she 
m., Eleventh-month 15, 1855, Jonathan 
B. Stroud. He was a brother of John's 
wife above, and b. Eleventh-month 19, 
1832 ; had eleven children : 

4053 1 Thomas Ambler Stroud, b. Ninth-month 1, 

1856; d. Ninth-month 10, 1856; buried 
at Philadelphia. 

4054 2 William Ambler Stroud, b. Ninth-month 17, 

1857; m. Emma Magee. 

4055 3 Anna Frances Stroud, b. First-month 25, 

i860; m. Joseph Seltzer, Third-month 
22, 1887. 

4056 4 Charlotte Blackburn Stroud, b. Fifth- month 

20, 1863 ; d. Fifth-month 9, 1867 ; buried 
at Doylestown. 

4057 5 Eliza Ambler Stroud, b. Tenth-month 10, 

1865. 



Tin: MORGAN FAMILY. 



Individual Pwnllj 

v. 



91 6 Jonathan Bell Stroud, b. Fifth-month 15, 

1868. 

9 4059 7 J/^:r /'V^(/' Stroud, b. Fourth-month 26, 
1870. 

9 4060 8 Jennie Rebecca Stroud, b. Second-month 1 8, 
1872. 

9 4061 9 £/aw Jarrett Stroud, b. Eighth-month 14, 

1875. 

9 4062 10 ATczftV Ely Stroud, b. Fifth-month 17, 1878. 

g 4063 11 Robert Mi/ton Stroud, b. Fourth-month 4, 
1 881. 



8 4064 4 William Henry Ambler, b. Fourth-month 9, 

1842; m. Addie M. Manning, Tenth- 
month 31, 1867; she was b. Tenth- 
month 31, 1847: had twelve children: 

9 4065 1 Charles Wesley Ambler, b. Ninth - 

month 4, 1868. 

9 4066 2 Charlotte Blackburn Ambler, b. Fifth- 

month 2, 1870. 

9 4067 3 Alary Manning Ambler, b. Tenth- 

month 10, 1 87 1. 

9 4068 4 Christopher W. H. A mbler, b. Eighth- 

month 13, 1873; d. Eighth-month 
13- 1873. 

9 4069 5 Annie Sehoales Ambler, b. Eleventh- 

month 4, 1875; d. Eighth-month 
31, 1876. 

9 4070 6 Alfred Parrish Ambler, b. Third- 

month 5, 1877; d. Eighth-month 
24, 1877- 



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7 William Henry Ambler, b. Ninth- 

month 10, 1878. 

8 Addie Matilda Ambler, b. Seventh- 

month 23, 1880. 

9 Francis Schultz Ambler, b. Eighth- 

month 1 1, 1882. 

10 Lloyd Nottingham Ambler, b. First- 

month 28, 1885. 

1 1 Lctitia Ambler, b. First-month 28> 

1887. 

12 John Owen Ambler, b. Third-month 

15, 1890; d. Eighth-month 28, 
1890; buried in Mt. Moriah Ceme- 
tery, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3930. 

BENJAMIN AMBLER?, of Ann Morgan 6 (Ambler), of 
Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 
8 4077 1 



CHILDREN OF No. 3933. 

JOHN AMBLER?, of Ann Morgan 6 (Ambler), of Mor- 
gan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Clara Mogridge Ambler, b. Third -month 1 , 
1856; d. Seventh-month 2, 1856; buried 
at Warminster. 

8 4078 1 Adelaide E. Ambler, b. Fourth-month 18, 

1859; m -> Fourth-month 25, 1875, Lewis 



Baa 



j^O THE MORGAN FAMILY. 

Individual Pamil] 

\ Ho. 

S 4078 1 Baker ; res., Belfry, Montgomery county, 

Pa. ; he is the son of Jacob and Mar- 
garet Baker. 

4079 2 Annie M. Ambler, b. Fourth-month 1 8, 1859 ; 
m. Morris Lloyd, Sixth-month 23, 1887 ; 
res., West Grove, Chester county, Pa. 

4080 3 Julia Ambler, b. First-month 18, 1862; d. 
Tenth-month 3, 1873. 

4081 4 Elizabeth B. Ambler, b. Eighth-month 21, 
1868; res., Belfry, Montgomery county, 
Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3934. 

DAVID AMBLER?, of Ann Morgan 6 (Ambler), of 
Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4082 1 Edwin P. Ambler, b. Twelfth-month 12, 

1845; m., Fifth-month 12, 1872, Mary 
A. Willingmyre ; she was b. Third-month 
12, 1850; res., St. Louis. 

8 4083 2 Horace McKenny Ambler, b. Twelfth-month 
8, 1848; m. Mary ; five child- 

ren, all dead. 

8 4084 3 Ella Cornelia Ambler, b. Sixth-month 30, 
1853; m. Samuel Hampton Stringfield, 
Eleventh-month 26, 1 879 ; he was b. 
Eighth-month 23, 1853. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. I3I 

CHILDREN OF No. 3935. 

SEPTIMUS AMBLER?, of Ann Morgan 6 (Ambler), of 
Morgan Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of 
Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

Individual Family 

Gan. No. No. 

8 4085 1 Clara A. Ambler, b. Ninth-month 18, 1858; 

m. Daniel Freas ; res., West Philadelphia. 

8 4086 2 Emma C. Ambler, b. Eighth-month 31, 1862 ; 

m. Edward Shugard. 

8 4087 3 Kate C. Ambler, b. Fourth-month 12, 1864; 

m. William C. Coulston. 

8 4088 4 Mary S. Ambler, b. First-month 27, 1871 ; 
m. Robert Savage. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3938. 

MARGARET MORGAN? (Conard), of David 6 , of Mor- 
gan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of 
Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

8 4089 1 Miriam Potts Conard, b. Twelfth- month 29, 

1830, in Horsham township, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; m., Twelfth-month 
23, 1856, Isaac Paxson, son of John and 
Louisa (Heston) Paxson, who was b. 
Twelfth-month 23, i83i,at Hestonville ; 
address, Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

8 4090 2 George Morgan Conard, b. Second-month 
26, 1833, in Horsham township, Mont- 
gomery county, Pa. ; d. Twelfth-month 
13, 1874, in Texas; his wife, Rebecca 
Hill, was a daughter of Abner and Lu- 
anda Hill; m. Second-month 26, 1856; 
she was b. Second-month 26, 1833. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY 



ii.n x ii,..-.i Punt) 

s. \,, 



8 4091 3 Sarah Morgan Conard, b. Fourth-month 1, 
1X35, in Chester county, Pa. ; d. Sixth- 
month 10,1879; m., Tenth-month 18, 
1857, Daniel W.Morgan; he was b. 
Seventh-month 21, 1836. 

8 4092 4 Elizabeth Conard, b. Sixth-month 24, 1839, 
in Chester county, Pa. ; d. First-month 
24, 1845. 

8 4093 5 Enoch K. Conard, b. Twelfth-month 16,1841, 
in Chester county, Pa. ; d. First-month 
24, 1845. 

8 4094 6 Eliza Conard, b. Third-month 12, 1845, m 
Washington township, Schuylkill county, 
Pa.; m., 1862, Franklin Schropp ; he d.; 
she m. again, Seventh-month 5, 1867, 
Henry Hilbert, son of John and Sarah 
Hilbert ; he was b. Eleventh-month 30, 
. 1844, in Schuylkill Haven ; res., Corning, 
Nemaha county, Kansas. 

8 • 4095 7 Joseph S. Conard, b. Eleventh-month 3, 

1847, in Washington township, Schuyl- 
kill county, Pa. ; m. Phcebe Ann Reed, 
First-month 17, 1867, daughter of 
Daniel and Esther (Faust) Reed, of 
of Wayne township, Schuylkill county, 
Pa.; b. Second-month 11, 1847; ad- 
dress, Guy, Sheridan county, Kanas. 

8 4096 8 John R. Conard, b. Second month 25, 1850; 
m. Second-month 25, 1871, Eliza Kinsel ; 
she died ; he m. again, Third-month 7, 
1 889, Sarah Adams (formerly Silbert). 

8 40 }7 9 David R. Conard, b. First-month 7, 1853 J d - 
Third-month 29, 1854. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 1 33 

Individual Family 

Gon. No. No. 

8 4098 10 Catherine I. Canard, b. Third-month 30, 
1855; single; res., De Turksville, 
Schuylkill county, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3946. 

TACY A. EVANS 8 (Loxley), of Mary M. Morgan? 
(Evans), of Benjamin 6 , of Morgan 5 , of Margaret Ritten- 
house 4 (Morgan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

9 4099 1 Charles E. Loxley, b. Tenth-month 9, 1868. 

9 4100 2 Morris J. Loxley, b. Second-month 26, 1873 ; 
res., 1 5 16 Green street, Philadelphia. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3947. 

MORRIS J. EVANS 8 , of Mary M. Morgan? (Evans), of 
Benjamin 6 , of Morgan 5 , of Margaret JRjttenhouse 4 (Mor- 
gan), of Matthias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

9 4101 1 Mary Gertrude Evans, b. Fourth-month 25, 

1863; m. Charles Coale Price, son of 
John F. and Rebecca Walton Price, 
Tenth-month 2, 1 884 ; he was b. Sixth- 
month 26, 1859; res., Philadelphia. 

9 4102 2 Charles IV. Evans, b. Sixth- month 10, 1865 ; 
m. Sarah R. West, daughter of William 
and Rebecca K. West, of King of-Prus- 
sia, Sixth-month 7, 1888; she was b. 
Twelfth- month 18, 1864; res., Philadel- 
phia. 



i M 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



CHILDREN OF No. 3983. 

SARAH JAM'. KENDERDINE 8 (Cleaver), of Chalk- 
lei Kl NDERDINE7, of Sarah MORGAN 6 (Kenderdine), of Mor- 
gan Morgans, of Margaret Rittenhouse* (Morgan), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 



Individual I'umilv 



n 4103 1 William J. Cleaver, b. Second-month 3, 

1854; d. Eighth-month 31, 1888, aged 
35 years. 

9 4104 2 Anna K. Cleaver, b Sixth- month 3, 1855 ; 

m. George Rex, Second-month 26, 1881 ; 
he was b. Third-month 22, 1855; res, 
Germantown ; children : 

10 4105 1 Jolm C. Re.x, b. Second-month 20, 

1 88 1 ; d. Seventh-month 26, 1881. 

10 4106 2 Joseph Rex, b. Fourth month 8, 1882. 

10 4107 3 William Rex, b. Eleventh-month 18, 

1 886. 

10 4108 4 Sarah Rex, d. young. 

9 4109 3 Ella Cleaver, h. Seventh- month 5, 1856; d. 
First- month 17, i860 

9 4109 4 Chalkley Cleaver, b. Tenth-month 15, 1857; 

m. A. Laura White, Fifth month 27, 
18S4; res., Whitemarsh ; children: 

10 41 10 1 Ella W. Cleaver, b. Eighth- month 18, 

1885. 

10 41 1 1 2 Mary Anna Cleaver, b. Eighth-month 

5, 1889. 

9 41 12 5 Mary R. Cleaver, b. Ninth-month 14, 1859; 
unm. 

9 41 13 6 Emma Cleaver, b. Tenth-month 16, 1862; 
unm. 



THE MORGAN FAMILY. I 35 

Individual Familj 
Geu. No. No.' 

9 4114 7 Sarah Cleaver, b. Third-month 9, 1864; 
unm. 

9 41 15 8 Tacy K. Cleaver, b. Eighth-month 2 1 , 1865; 

unm. 

9 41 16 9 5/Az.y Cleaver, b. Twelfth-month 17, 1866; d. 
Sixth month 10, 1883. 



CHILDREN OE No. 3984. 

LETITIA KENDERDINE 8 (Ambler), of Chalkley 
Kenderdine 7 , of Sarah Morgan 6 (Kenderdine), of Morgan 
Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse 4 (Morgan), of Mat- 
thias 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William 1 . 

1 George R. Ambler, b. Ninth-month 28, 1861 ; 
d. Tenth-month 30, 1864. 

2 Tacy J. Ambler, b. First-month 17, 1863; 
dee'd. 

3 Mary R. Ambler, b. Eleventh-month, 21, 
1864. 

4 Annie K. Ambler, b. Fifth-month 12, 1866; 
m. William Webster. Children : 

1 Elkvood Webster, b. Second-month 
28, 1891. 

2 Walter Webster, b. Fifth-month 6, 

1 894 ; d., aged 5 months. 

9 4123 5 William L. Ambler, b. Eleventh-month 8, 

1871. 



9 


4117 


9 


4118 


9 


4119 


9 


4120 


10 


4121 


10 


4122 



I ;>, NIK MORGAN FAMILY. 

CHILDREN OF No. 3985. 

ELIZABETH KENDERDINE 8 (Ambler), of Chalkley 

Ki-.Nnr.KniM', of Sarah Morgan 6 (Kendcrdine), of Morgan 
Morgan 5 , of Margaret Rittenhouse* (Morgan), of Mat- 
THIAS 3 , of Nicholas 2 , of William'. 

[ndiTldutl Family 
().ml Mo. Wo. 

i Charles K. Stackhouse^ b. Eleventh-month 
14, 1868. 

Chalkley K. Stack-house, b. Fifth-month 5, 
1 870. 

Anna K. Stackhouse, b. Fifth month 23, 1875. 

//. Elizabeth Stackhouse, b. Twelfth-month 
ii, 1876. 

9 4128 5 TacyJ. Stackhouse, b. Twelfth-month 6, 1 88 1 . 



9 


4124 


1 


9 


4125 


2 


9 


4126 


3 


9 


4127 


4 



INDEX 



DAVID RITTENHOUSE. 



A 



Abbot, George Maurice . . 4227 13 



B 



Hopkins, Rebecca (Carpenter)43 25 
Hopkins, James . . . 4327 



37 
28 
28 
36 



Barton, Alice (E. S. Willing) 4310 
Barton, Benjamin Smith . 4262 
Barton, David Rittenhouse . 4265 
Barton, David Walker 43^6 

Barton, Elizabeth Sergeant 

( Abbot) . . 4206 10 

Barton, Emma (Hon. F. C. 

Brewster) . 4212 

Barton, Esther Zantzinger . 4262 
Barton, Francis 4307 

Barton, George Washington . 4296 
Barton, Julia (Miller) . . . 4208 
Barton, Julianna Susanna 

(White) . . 4267 

Barton, John Grneft . . . 4299 



12 
24 
37 
33 
11 

29 
33 



Barton, John Rhea .... 
Barton, Richard Peters . . 

Barton, Richard W 

Barton, Dr. Robert Rittenhouse 
Barton, Susanna Julianna 

( Hopkins) ... 
Barton, Thomas . . 

Barton, William P. C, M. D. 
Barton, William .... 
Brewster, Hon. Frederick 

Carroll .... 

Brewster, Frederick Carroll, Jr. 
Brewster, William Barton 
Brewster, Emma Barton 

(Guillon) 



H 



37 

38 



4269 


30 


4268 


29 


43°4 


33 


4305 


35 


4276 


3i 


4266 


28 


4270 


3° 


4261 


21 


412 


8 


4234 


13 


4236 


13 



4238 14 



Hopkins, Mary (Ritche) . 4328 38 



Picton, Mary Barton (Stevens) 



R 



Rittenhouse, Annie (Shoemaker) 

39 Vol. I 16 
Rittenhouse, Esther (Rev. 

Thomas Barton) 41 Vol. I 16 



Rittenhouse, Eleanor 

(Evans) .... 40 Vol. 1 
Rittenhouse, David . 3S Vol. 1 
Rittenhouse, Elizabeth 

(Sergeant) . . . 4200 



14 
5 



Serjeant, Esther Rittenhouse 
(Barton, Dr. William P. 
C.) 4203 



S 



Sergeant, Frances Rittenhouse 

(Lowbsr) 4205 10 



Zantzinger, Franklin Daven- 
port 4339 40 

Zantzinger, George . . . 4336 39 

Zantzinger, John Paul 4291 32 



Zantzinger, Mary (Picton) 42S0 
Zantzinger, Thomas Barton 4279 
Zantzinger, William S. . . 4330 



3* 



n8 



I MH \. 



BENJAMIN RITTENHOUSE. 



C 



tndlqldaal 

N... Page 



lli'liv Mint! 

No. Page 



I Coladay, Samuel Rittenhouse 4407 71 

[Keen) 44 QI 7° | Coladay, William Rittenhouse 4404 70 

Hassler, Charles William . .4501 87 I Hassler, Mary Caroline 

(Newcomb) 4502 87 



N 



Nourse, Anna Josepha 

(Hassler 1 . . . 4395 

Nourse, Ann Caroline (Marks)449l 
Nourse, Anna Isabella 

(Meloy) . . . 4498 

Nourse, Anna \Yriglit(Dodge)45io 
Nourse, Benjamin Franklin . 4521 
Nourse, Benjamin Franklin . 4391 
Nourse, Charles Howard . . 4505 
Nourse, Charles Howard . . 4396 
Nourse, Edward Michael . . 448 1 
Nourse, Elizabeth Rooker 

(Nairn) .... 4483 

Nourse Eva Maria(Birchfield)4488 
Nourse, Emma Joseph 

(Stribling) 
Nourse, Emily Joseph 

(Stewart) 
Nourse, Henry Stansbury 
Nourse, Joseph Harvey 



64 
83 

86 
90 

9i 
62 

89 
66 

78 

80 
82 



4492 83 



4495 
45i8 
4482 



91 

79 



Nourse, James Michael . . 44S7 81 

Nourse, John Thomas . 4489 82 

Nourse, John Rittenhouse . 4389 58 

Nourse, James Rittenhouse . 4390 59 

Nourse, Joseph Everett . . 4397 67 
Nourse, Mary Frances 

(McCaffery) .... 4473 78 

Nourse. Mary \Vilson(Brooks)4499 86 
Nourse, Mary Rittenhouse 

(Muncaster) 4507 89 

Nourse, Michael Henry . . 4399 68 

Nourse, Sarah Lord (Pratt) 4479 78 
Nourse, Susan Stansbury 

(Winans) 4493 84 

Nourse, Sarah Hassler 

( Ramsburg) 45 11 9° 

Nourse, Sarah Harriet 

(Stetlineus) 4393 62 

Nourse, William 4394 63 



R 



Rittenhouse, Benjamin . 42 Vol. 1 41 

Rittenhouse, Benjamin Frank- 
lin . . . . 4382 51 

Rittenhouse, Benjamin Frank- 
lin (Major) . . 4419 57 

Rittenhouse, Charles Edwin 4412 54 

Rittenhouse, Charles E. 4425 77 

Rittenhouse, Charles Edwin 4471 77 

Rittenhouse, Clementine C. 

(< i-sel) 4421 76 

Rittenhouse, David .... 4380 49 

Rittenhouse, Emily (Coladay) 4386 48 

Rittenhouse, Emily Joseph 

(Hull) 4411 54 

Rittenhouse, Elizabeth Scott 

(Gurley) 4414 

Rittenhouse, Fannie Hyde . 4535 

Rittenhouse, Henrietta War- 
ring (Wilson) . . . 4418 75 I 



74 
55 



Rittenhouse, Isabel Eaurie 

Nourse 44*6 56 

Rittenhouse, John Bull . . 4381 45 
Rittenhouse, James Hall . . 4424 55 
Rittenhouse, John Hughes 

(Rev.) 4413 57 

Rittenhouse, James Hall . . 4424 76 
Rittenhouse, Mary (Nourse) 4383 46 
Rittenhouse, Mary Elizabeth 

(Shuman) 4410 53 

Rittenhouse, Maiy Davidson 

(Woods) 4417 56 

Rittenhouse, Martha Louise 

(Williams) 447° 77 

Rittenhouse, Mary Frances 

( I )ale Lambie) .... 4472 78 
Rittenhouse, Samuel Whitall 443S 55 



INDEX. 

THE MORGAN FAMILY. 



'39* 



Ambler, Thomas . 
Ambler, Benjamin 
Ambler, John . . 



A 



Individual 

No. Page 

3929 I20 

• 393° 129 

3933 I2 9 



Ambler, David 
Ambler, Septimus 



Individual 

No. Page 

• 3934 130 

• 3935 131 



Evans, Tacy A. (Loxley) . 3946 133 | Evans, Morris J 3947 133 

Hampton, Benjamin M. . 3975 113 | Hampton, John W., Jr. . 3976 1 14 



K 



Kenderdine, Chalkley . 3916 1 14 

Kenderdine, Morgan . . 3917 1 15 

Kenderdine, Issacher 39 J 8 115 

Kenderdine, Ann M.(Bright)39l9 116 
Kenderdine, Hannah 

(Shoemaker) .... 3920 118 



Kenderdine, Sarah Jane 

(Cleaver) . 3983 134 

Kenderdine. I.etitia(Aml ler)39S4 135 
Kenderdine, Elizabeth 

(Ambler) 3985 136 



M 



Morgan, Morgan .... 3900 94 

Morgan, Benjamin .... 3901 98 

Morgan, Sarah (Kenderdine)39C>3 102 

Morgan, Morgan .... 3904 104 

Morgan, Ann (Ambler) . . 3905 105 

Morgan, David 3906 106 

Morgan, Mary M. (Evans) 391 1 108 

Morgan, John Rittenhouse 3912 108 

Morgan, Benjamin, Jr. 39 f 3 no 

Morgan, Charles .... 3914 HI 



Morgan, Tacy S. (Ham) ton)39l5 112 

Morgan, Antrim F 3925 118 

Morgan, Joseph C. . . 3923 120 

Morgan, Amelia Ann 

(Kenderdine) 39 2 4 I22 

Morgan, Hannah (Shaw) 3928 122 

Morgan, Issacher 3943 ,2 3 

Morgan, Elizabeth (Kinsey) 3927 124 

Morgan, Hannah (Shaw) 3928 125 

Morgan, Margaret (Conrad) 3938 131 



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