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Full text of "A genealogical record of the descendants of John & Mary Palmer of Concord, Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pa. .."

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OF COXCORD. CHESTER ( XOW DELAWARE) CO.. I'A. 



In Tv/o Divisions— Palmer-Trimble 






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EMBRACING ALSO, LARGELY, THE SURNAMES: 



AlnioTid, Arraent, Baker, Baldwin, Buffliigton, Chamberlain (or 

lin), Clark, Cofiuiau, Cope, Darlington, Davis, Dutton, 

Earle, Eaveuson, Fox, Garrett, Gilpin, Good, Grubb, 

Hackney, Hall, Hatton, Hoopes, Jefferis, Jones, 

Kester, Larkin, McCaule3^ Martin, Meeteer, 

Mercer, IM orris, Newlin, Perdue, Pyle, 

Sniitli, Taylor, Thatcher, Way, 

Wlieeland, Wood, Worrell, 

Wyly, Yarnall, and 
others. 



New Edition 

Compiled by Lewis Palmer 

1910 



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PRES.S OF 

CHESTER TIMES 

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ARMS OF PALMER 

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DEDICATION 



(Fkom a late English Writkr.) 



"The long-descended squire of earlier days had no paltry snobbery. His 
younger sons followed honest trades without shame: his brother, the London 
merchant, visited him all unknowing that commerce was a grease spot on the 
pedigree. The great interest of the shire is not in the titled houses, but in 
the plain landed gentry, honorable tradesmen and skilled artisans. The new 
genealogy is a li\ing instrument : it may uphold or cast down pretentious 
pedigrees : but it suggests possibilities of honorable descent for the unrecog- 
nized Commoner." 



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Preface to New Edition 



An authority on the subject has written, "The Subject of Genealogy or 
Family History is one of great and increasing interest to a large portion of 
our citizens; it meets a desire of our human hearts to know from whence we 
have sprung and the relation we bear to our fellow mortals. No virtuously 
disposed mind can look back upon a long line of venerable ancestors without 
feeling his motive to an honorable career strengthened." 

It is also to be noted with great satisfaction that the desire to be con- 
nected back to a line of royalty has been supplanted by the fact that an ances- 
try of brain and brawn as found in the substantial ranks of a virtuous people 
furnishes an honorable basis of satisfaction and enduring pride. 

With due appreciation of the very general interest of the various mem- 
bers of "the family." it yet still seems best to mention as valued co-operators in 
the work Gilbert Cope, Genealogist, of West Chester, Pa.; Prof. William T. 
Lyie, of the Lafayette College. Pa. : ^latilda Jacobs, of Aurora. X. Y.. and 
Hon. Geo. E. Chamberlain, late Governor and now U. S. Senator of Oregon, 
as having furnished especially valuable data. With the correction of errors, 
the addition of new data and the improvement in illustrations there is indulged 
a good hope for a fair measure of appreciation of the contents of the book." 

L. P. 

Concordville, Pa., 1910. 



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INDEX TO ILLUSTRATIONS 



Facing Pafo 

Frontispiece 
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VII 

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Concord Meeting House . . - . i\ 

Arms of Palmer, . . 

Ancient Map oE Concord, 

F'irst Deed of Concord Meeting Property, 

Walter Palmer's Homestead, . - . ' 

Deed to John Palmer, 1688, . .'.*.* 

Rear View of Concord Meeting House, &c^ 

Old Settlement of John Palmer (2), 

View of House on Settlement of John Palmer (1) 

Portraits of John Palmer (76). Abraham Palmer (73), Moses and 
IVlary Palmer (/9), . 

Chichester Meetinghouse, 

Portraits of William P. Palmer (93) and Pennell Palmer (96) 

Uid tsirmmgham Meetinghouse, 

Autographs of Palmers, 

Deed of George Strode to Thomas Hall, 1 686 ' 

Portraits of Peter Palmer (190), Samuel Palmer (174), George 
ralmxcr (J-ol). 

Portraits of John R Palmer (246) and'Sarah Ann (Palmer) Ma'son (250^ 
Portraits of Charles and Deborah Palmer (267) and William W. and ' 

Hannah (Trimble) Palmer (264) 
Portraits of John Palmer and Amanda Palmer (284), Dr. John Palmer 

(lOoO) John Palmer (2947). John Palmer (5881), 
Portraits of Robert H. Palmer (600) and Hannah Palmer (268). 
Portraits of Jones Eavenson (420) and Alben Eavenson (1310), 
Portraits o Walker V Hoopes (456) and Lindlev Hoopes (438). 
Family of Lewis Palmer (998), . - ^^ V ;. 

Portrait of Lewis Palmer (998), 
Hadley Coat of Arms on 
Uwchlan Meetinghouse, 

Portrait of Hon. George E. Chamberlain (1157) 
View of Old Concord Mill and Residence of William Trimble (1). 
Kesidcnce of William and Ann (Palmer) Trimble (1) 
View of the Settlement of William and Grace (Thomas) Trimble (4) 
Marriage Certificate of Isaac Jacobs and Hannah Trimble (T. 7), 
Uowningtown Meetinghouse, . 

Marriage Certificate of Isaac Trimble and Elizabeth Waiter (T. 16) 
l^ortraits of William and Mary Trimble (T. 19), 
Autographs of Trimbles, . 

Marriage Certificate of George Pearce and*Ann Gainer (T.*31). 

Portrait of David Thomas (T. 40), . 

Portrait of Isaac Trimble (69) 

Portrait of I. P. Trimble (T. 242). ' ' * * 

Portraits of Joseph Trimble (T. 83) and John Trimble (T. 84), 



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Portraits of Richard Trimble (T. 22) and George T. Trimble (T. 105), 715 

Portraits of Charles Downing (T. 206) and Jacob Edge (T. 440). . 718 
Portraits of Margaret (Trimble) Peirce (T. 31) and Caleb and Mary 

Peirce (T. 145) ...... 724 

Portraits of John J. Thomas (T. 171) and Thomas H. Lyle ( T. 2243) 729 

View of Old Taylor Homestead and Abiah Taylor Homestead, . 736 

First Settlement of James Trimble (T. 2) 1751, . . . 747 

Modern Trimble Residence, ..... 750 

Portrait of David B. Trimble, M. D. (T. 282), . . .758 

Portrait of William Trimble (T. 127) 771 

Residence of Joseph R. Downing, ..... 777 
Portrait of Thomas May Peirce, Ph.D. (T. 425) and Mary B. Peirce 

(T. 1004) 784 

Portrait of Amy A. Cope (T. 625) 830 

Family of Isaac Sharpless ( No. 1434 ) , . . . . 975 



CORRECTIONS 



PALMER DIVISION 



Page 

10. Fifth line from bottom insert 19, to read, page 19. 

40. The eighth and ninth lines from top should be transposed. 

52. Nos. 443 and 444 with names, etc., should follow fourteenth line on page 53. 

54. Between Nos. 457 and 458 insert issue by second husband. 

81. Second line of Note read 1751 for 1851 ; and fifth line of Note read 
Wiltshire for Wittshire. 

104. Fourth line from top insert 321, to read, page 321. 

234. Eleventh line from bottom read Charles for Cmarles. 

251. Above third line from bottom insert, Issue. 

253, Seventeenth line from top cut out Issue: — .-•-: 

254. Sixth line from top read VIII, for VII. 
256. Above sixth line from bottom insert, Issue. 

277. Sixth line above Note line read j, for i. ■- . 

280. In illustration facing page 280 read Palmer, for Mahner. 

283. In Hne VIII, 2899, read 1857, for 1847. 

288. In line VII. 1931, read 1031. 

294. In line VII, 1083, read 1053. 

316. Eighth line from bottom read Eaton, for Easton. 

325. VIII, 3156, read Carolyn Ogden Jones. 

329. Add to end of ninth line from bottom — impairment 

340. After VII, 1260. read Linda, for Luida. 

381. Third line from top read Stith. for Smith. :■.-,;■ ^- 

395. Fifteenth line from top read V. L. Hoffman, for V. S. 

519. Seventh and eighth lines from top read Joder, for Yoder. 

544. The reference t on fourteenth line from bottom at end of John G. Wood, 

should be at name 4562, Albert David Wood ; also, eleventh line 

from bottom read farm for warm. 

561. Fourteenth line from top read Good, for Wood. 

610. In place of bottom line read, he died May 18, 1872. 

621. Sixth line from top read Lytle, for Lyle. also in children's names following. 



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TRIMBLE DIVISION 



Page 

670. Eighth h'ne from bottom read autographs, for photographs. 

678. The marks * and t should be transposed. 

681. Twenty-fifth line from bottom of Note read Isaac, for Icaas. 

688. Sixth line from top read erected, for created. 

706. The "^ at end of name Caleb Harlan should be a t. 

719. For bottom line should read, Sarah, a sister to Benjamin and David 

Hoopes, see Nos. 212 and 216, forward. 

723. The name 410, Joseph Harrison, should be in its place on page 722. 

723. Seventeenth hne from bottom read, Robert, instead of George. 

773. Seventh line from bottom read, she, for he ; also second Hne from 

bottom insert, i in Trmble. 

792. Eighth line from top read, she, for he. 

802. Fourth line above Note read, Thomas Lightfoot Jacobs : also. (T. 182) 

for (T. 132). 

812. Third line from top insert after page, 719. 

817. Top line read, Jane, for John. 

827. Eighth line from top read, 1840. for 1850. 

829. Twelfth line from bottom read, Anthon, for Author. 

838. Eleventh line from top read, Finley, for Fnley. 

984. Twelfth line above Note read, see T. 282. 

930. Third line from bottom, read Vl, for VII. • - 

934. Nineteenth line from bottom read, Robert V., for Aobert V. 

oio. Second line from bottom read, he, for she. 

985. Ninth hne from bottom add. No. 1089 pp. 301. 
1012. Sixteenth line from top read. 1786. for 1780. 






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Explanations 



It is the hope of the writer that the plan which has been followed is such 
that all can understand it, yet a few observations may be of service. The 
work has been divided into tico parts, in order to keep the lines of the Trim- 
bles in a more compact form, believing this will give the best satisfaction. 
The children of each family will be found in regular order by the number of 
their parents in the succeeding generation. The maiden names, when ob- 
tained, are given, to show the family connections. The occupation and ad- 
dress always refer to the husband when the numbered name is a married wo- 
man, and in other cases to the numbered name, unless specially stated. When 
a small figure thus ^'^ is attached to the right of a name, it indicates that the 
person belongs to that generation. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 

■ Ch. or ch. for child or children. 
b. for born. 

d. for died. 

M. or m. for married, 
unm. for unmarried. 

dau. for daughter. 

The usual terms of Xo. for number, mo., Jan., Feb., etc. for the months, 
are adopted to economize space, as are also Mtg. for meeting-house, twp. for 
township, etc. 



INCIDENTAL 



As a fitting frontispiece to this work a view of Concord Friends' Meetinghouse 
is presented. Concord Meeting was established in connection with one at Chichester very 
soon after tlie arrival of William Penn and his Colonists in 1682. They came to estab- 
lish a State and set up the "Holy Experiment" of a government on the basis of Peace. 
The first official record of the meeting is 17th of First month (March O. S.) 1G84; the 
meetings being held for some time at the houses of Friends until they could afford to 
build their meeting house 

The first land for the meeting house and grave yard was conveyed as follows 
(See also accompanying illustration) 

"Know all men by these presents That John Mendenhall of the Tov-iiship of Con- 
cord in the County of Chester yomn for the consideration of five shillings currant money 
of pensilvania To him payd by Nicholas Newlin Nicholas Pile both of the sd township 
yom° George Peirce of the township of Thornbury in the sd County Yom^ & Peter Dix 
of Burmingham in the County aforesd yomn- The Receipt whereof he doth hereby 
acknowledge. Hath given granted aliened released enfeoffed & confirmed and by these 
p'sents Doth give grant alien release enfeoff & confirm unto the sd Nicholas Newlin 
Nicholas Pile George Peirce & Peter Dix All that piece of Land situate & being in the 
sd Township of Concord. Begining at a corner marked stake thence North North East 
Twenty six pches by the sd John Mendenhall's ft'ence to a corner marked stake thence 
West North West Eight pches & eleven feet to a corner marked stake Then South South 
West Twenty six pches to a corner marked stake standing by Burmingham Road thence 
by the sd Road East South East Eight pches &. eleven feet to the place of beginning To- 
gether with all the messuages buildings <£: Improvemts to the sd piece of ground belong 
ing and all the Estate Right Title & Property of him the said John Mendenhall of in & 
to the same, & to the Reversions & Remainders Rents Sc profits thereof To have and to 
hold the sd messuage piece of land <Sr all other the prmises hereby granted with the 
app'tenances unto the sd Nicholas Newlin, Nicholas Pile, George Peirce &. Peter Dli & 
their heirs forever That is to Say the sd messuage lately erected upon the sd piece of 
ground to be & remain for a meeting house for the use & service of the people of God 
called Quakers. The other building now also erected upon the sd piece of land shall he 
for a stable for the service of .«d people and also all the sd piece of I^and hereby granted 
shall likewise be & remain for the use of the sd people to bury their dead upon such part 
or pts. thereof and for such uses as they may see cause Paying unto the sd Jon Menden- 
hall & his heiis one pepper com yearly forever (if lawfully demanded) Provided allways. 
It is the true Intent & meaning of these presents vi- of all the parties hereunto that 
neither the sd Nicholas Newlin Nicholas Pile George Peirce & Peter Dix nor any of them 
nor any other p'son or p'sons who shall be declared by the members of the monthly meet- 
ing of the sd people (called Concord Meeting) & belonging to the sd meeting house for 
Friends coming to be out of unity with them shall be capable to execute this trust or 
stand seized of the p'mises to the sd uses nor have any right or Interest in the sd meet- 
ing house stable & piece of ground & other ye p'mises nor any part of it thereof while they 
shall so remain But that in all such Cases a'd also when any of the above named Trus- 
tees or any others succeeding them in ye sd Trust shall happen to depart this life Then 
It shall & may be lawfuU to & for ffrlends in. their said monthly meeting as often as 
occasion shall require to make choice of others to manage ye aforesaid Trust instead 
of such as shall so fall away or be deceased And the sd John Mendenhall for himself his 
heirs & executors Doth Covenant & grant to & with the sd Nicholas Newlin Nicholas 
Pyle, George Peirce & Peter Dix their heirs & successors in the sd Trust by these p'senu 
that the s'd messuage piece of ground & other the p'mises here, by granted with the 
apytenances shall be & remain unto the sd people of God called Quakers forever for the 
uses and under the Restrictions herein before mentioned or intended fully acqulted & 
discharged of & from all claims titles troubles & incumbrances whatsoever had or done 
or which hereafter may be had suffered or comitted by him the sd Jno. or his heirs or 

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by his or their means privity or procurem't. In witness hereof he hath hereunto Set his 
hand this the Thirteenth day of l>ecembrr Ano D'm 1607. John Mendcnhall (Seal) 

Sealed & delivered in the p'sents ot Caleb Pusey, Thomas Bowether. 

Acknowledged in open Court and contisicd under the clarks hand and county seal this 
fourteenth day of December Annoq Domi lo97. John Childe Clark of the County of 
Cheater. 

The nature or any description of these original buildings has not been discovered. 
In 17i?8 a brick meeting house was erected; which stood until 17S8 when it was at least 
partially destroyed by fire. The present building was then erected being considerably 
enlarged; the right-hand portion with its door as a centre represents the original brick 
building. 

The first tract of laud contained about one .Acre and sixty seven perches, A second 
tract adjoining this on the South East and rt^aching to the old Philadelphia road (now 
mostly vacated) was purchased of Nicholas Xewlin Sept. 4, 1739 containing lA. 138 
Perches. The whole tract of 3A. 44 Perches forming a very commodious and beautiful 
site. 

The building and description is piesented as the scene of many of our forefathers 
transactions in alfairs of Marriages. Deaths and the saureil office of Religion. 

"The name — Concord— was probably bestowed on this locality by the first setlera 
as illustrative of their harmonious feelings." — Smith History of Delaware Co. Pa. Here 
they worshiped according to ihe dictates of their own consciences; here their love-vowa 
were fulfilled at the marriage altar; and close by, in the graveyard which is immediately 
back of the house, lies the dust of 

"Brave hearts that dared the lough broad seas 

For homes and freedom in the wood- 
Strong arms that felled the giant trees, 

And tilled the earth where once they stood. 

"They came not here to carve a name 

On Honor's tablet high and grand: 
Their humble works, unknown to Fame, 

Still live and bless their chosen land. . , 

"To that young land their needful aid - ^ . 

Helped to achieve results sublime, i,:. 

And each progressive step they made 

Has left Its mark for com ins: time. 

"Their duties were their chief desires. 

Their faith no narrow creed confined; - 

And we inherit from such sires 

Full right to freedom of the mind. 

"And where they sleep small flowers bloom. 

That scarcely catch the passer's gaze: 
It was their wish no flaunting tomb 

Should be emblazoned with their praise."— JACOB PAINTER. 

In the work herewith presented the author has not preceded the settlement of 
Pennsylvania, excepting by an occasional note that has fallen into his hands, or to 
discover the origin of some of the principal surnames connected with its progress. It 
may be proper to observe that the cause of this is owing to the lack of positive records 
and difficulty in obtaining correct information; and so, with the materials at hand, I 
proceed to their arrangement. 

The word Palmer as a surname traces its origin from the time of the Crusades in the 
twelfth and thirteenth c<^ntu:ies. The emblem of supriorlty or triumph had for a long 
time become associated v/ith the palm tree. It is said, from its peculiar nature of regain- 
ing its tnie position after being bent or pjessed out of shape. See Webster Dictionary 
Definition 5. The evidence of its emblematic nature may be seen by reference to a 
few passages from the Bible 

In relation to the Feast of Tabernacles (Leviticus xxili. 40): "And ye shall take 
you on the first day the boughs of goodly trees, branches of palm trees, and boughs of 
thick trees and willows of the brook; and ye shall rejoice before the Lord your God seven 
days." 

The ninety-second Psalm, writt»^n near the close of the Babylonish Captivity by 
one, probably having a view of their return to the Land of Promise, in the twelfth verse 



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tSinZ^' '■'^^^^"^ ^^^^" «°""^^ ^^^^ the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar la 

e»of ^°'°^°"' describing the graces of Chrisfs Church (Song of Sol vil 7 S)- "This thv 
sta ure is like to a palm tree, and thy breasts to clusters of irapes I said I wlU eo uu 
to the palm tree, I will tak.i hold cf the bough., theroot - ^ ^ 

"^.^. ^2^^ ^^"^"^I u^^'^^ ^'^ triumphal entry into Jerusalem (John xii 12 13)- 
went fort?' to'n.'^.'-' ^''"^ '''"' T"^"^^ '° Jerusalem, took branches of palm trees and 
nl^name of'^^Sr'"' ""'' "°^^""' ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^"^ °' ^--^ ^^^^ --^^^ 

John, in his vision of the number sealed (Rev. vii. 9): "After I beheld and lo a 
fnTto'Saue^^ton'.'h^"*^ T" T'"" ""'"^"•' «^^ ^" °=^^--' and'kindreds and people! 
and pairinS Si''' ^''"""' ^"' '^^"'^ ^'^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ white 'robV 

From -Our English Surnames" by Charles W. Bardsley pages 162, 163 we extract" 
The various religious wanderings of solitary recluses, though belonging to a svstem loni^ 
faded from our English life, find a perpetual epitaph iS the -direftoJies of ?lda> 
^P^f ^.e have sun our •Pilgrims' or Telerins- as the Nonnans termed them. We ma>- 
SellnnV "'h''.?/'^"'' '° '^' "'^"""^^^ °^" ""''' ^^'^^ towns-names distinc ly relaUng 
5^c. /^H Jl' ^''^. ^^^''' °''"^'' ^^''^''^ <^^^^^^^~^ their title. The 'Pilgrim' may have but 
visited the Shrine of St Thomas of Canterbury; the "Palmer' as hil Sobriquett prove" 

HoV sip^chre"""'"^'^' ''" ^^^'°'^ ^" cUmculties and trod the path th?t led to the 

"The Faded palm branch in his hand, 

"Showed pilgrim from the Holy land."— Scott 
writfpi^?hl^tTJr ^'''^' -5,^°"^^ centuries had intervened after the Bible accounts were 
^ini .1 n r"'^ ''^^'' "' '^^ superior virtue prevailed and that those infatuated 
5f. T'£^ Crusaders-who sought the deliverance of the Holy Land under Peter the 
Hermit, Richard (cour de Lion) Scc. often carried back to their homes branches of this 
tree, or its leaves interwoven in their hat bands, as emblems of their journey and by 
their persistence as "bearers of the Palm" established a name— Palmer 

Gibbon 111 his "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.' chap. 57, gives this record- 
., , ^V^?''^ vl ^"i^-' ^^'"^''^ ^^^'^'"^ ^^^ Crusade (lu64) the archbishop of Mentz with the 
bisliops Ltrecht, Bamberg and Retisbon undertook the laborious journey from the Rhine 
?J ^^J^'^^ a^d the multitude of their followers amounted to seven thousand • • * 
After visiting the Holy places they embarked for Italy, but only a remnant of two 'thous. 
and arrived safely in their native land. Ingulphus a secretary of William the Conqueror 
was a companion of this pilgrimage; he observed that 'they sallied from Normandy thirty 
stout and wel appointed horsemen, but that they repassed the Alps twenty m serable 
palmers with the stati in their hand and the wallet at their back ' " 

With these records of derivation it is easily perceived that there could be no com- 
mon patriarch to many of the various families of the name that now exist; therefore 
though the name may often figure in the records of the Old World, it will require the 
mcsc definite proof to connect their Transatlantic relationship. 

Besse records the name a few times in his "Sufferings of the Quakers" from 
which I extract: ^.^wiu 

r^ r a u'-^° ^u^!' T^omas Palmer and Richard Mills, coming to a meeting in Banbury 
Oxfordshire, had two mares taken from them valued at £5." 

"In 1659, Thomas Palmer and two others were subpoenaed into the Exchange at 
the suit of John Dyke, a priest, for tithes, valued at 14s.: they appeared accordiuglv 
but refusing to swear to their answer, were imprisoned for contempt in a low dungeon 
at Warwick, twenty steps deep, where the said Thomas Palmer lay ten months." 
.,.v. '^P ^^^^' ^°^^ Palmer and others committed close prisoners to the Bottom in 
Aldburgh, for frequenting meetings at Ipswich, Suffolk." 

"In Buckinghamshire seventeen persons, including one Thomas Palmer were 
taken out of a meeting by soldiers and carried to justices, who, upon their refusing to 
swear, sent them to prison." 

"In 16G4 Ezekiel Palmer of Cambridgeshire had seven cows taken wonh *''2 
for nonconformity to public worship." 

"In London this year there died in Newgate, or by sickness contracted there 
twenty-five persons— viz., John Clark, John Wilkinson. John I^wis, William Tomkins' 
John Hales, Robert Twynn, Henry Haster, Joseph Stonehouse, Marv Draper John Pal- 
mer. John Cooke, Edward Biker, Andrew Andrews, John Wildbore, Richard Twynn 
Mary Davis, George Hide. Hannah Cooke, Mary Mile, Henry Woodward, Richard Aud- 
ley, Mary Travers, Roger Evans, Hannah Drury and Benjamin Greenwell. When the 
relations of some of the deceased desired their bodies in order to bury them. It was not 



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granted; but they were privately interred in the ground belonging to the gaol, that their 
deaths might be concealed as much as jiossible from the observation of the people." 

In the chancel at Snoland in Ktnt, where Thomas Palmer, who married the 
daughter of Fitz Simon, lies buried, is the following epitaph: 

"Palmers all our faders were 
la Palmer lived here 
And travelled still, till wud age 
I ended this world's pilgrimage 
On the blest Ascensian day 
-^^ In the cheerful month of May 

A thousand with four hundred seaven 
I took my journey hence to heaven." 

Bailey in "Clark's Introduction to Heraldry," thus defines the difference between 
a palmer and pilgrim: "A Pilgrim had some dwelling-place, a Palmer none; a Pilgrim 
travelled to some certain place, the Palmer to all; the Pilgrim must go at his own 
charge, the Palm.er must profess poverty, whether real or willful; the Pilgrim might 
give over his profession, riut the Palmer might not." 

Burke's "Encyclopedia of Heraldry" describes forty-five coats-of-arms under the 
name of Palmer, one of which is herewith presented. It will Illustrate the range of 
thought in those times, even though it may have no connection with our family: 

On a few of them were mottoes, for example: 

"Par sit fortuna labori." 
Trans. — By labor there is fortune. 

"Palma Vlrtuti." 
Trans. — A palm to valor, i. e.. There is a reward to courage. 

"In Deo est mihi omnes fides." 
Trans. — All my trust is in God. 

In later times Lord Nelson had for his motto: ' ' 

i^ "Palmam qui merint ferat." v - . - 

Trans. — Let him who has won it bear the Palm. 

The name early found recognition in literature. Chaucer uses it in The Prologia* 
to the Canterbury Tales. 

"When that Aprilis with his showers swoot, 
"The drought of March has pierced to the root, 

"When Zephyrus eke with his swoote breath ' " , 

"Inspired hath in every grove and heath 

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'•^''' ' "And palmers for to seeke strange strands 

"To feme hallows couth in sundry lands; 

Prom Spencer's "Fairie Queene we extract — Piook 2. Canto 1 — 
"Him als acompany'd upon the way 

"A comely Palmer clad in black attire; 
Of ripest years and hairs all hoarie gray 

"That with a staff his feeble limbs did stire 
"Lest his long way his aged limbs should tire, 

"And if by looks one may the mind aread, 
"He seemed to be a sage and sober sire. 

From Shakespeare we have — 

"My sceptre for a Palmer's walking staff." 

King Richard 2nd, Act 3; scene 3. 
"Where do the palmers lodge, I do beseech you." 

All's Well That Ends Well, Act 3; scene 5. 
"And palm to palm Is holy palmer's kiss." 

Romeo and Juliet, Act 1st; scene 5. 

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From "Marmion" Canto 1. Stan. 23. — Sir Walter Scott — 
"Here is a Holy Palmer come. 
"From 'Salem first, and last from Rome: 
"One that hath kissed the blessed tomb 
"And visited each holy shrine 
"In Araby and Palestine; 
"On hills of Armenia h?.th been 
"Where Noah's ark may yet be seen; 
"By that Red Sea, too, hath he trode, .. • 

"Which parted at the prophet's rod; 
"In Sinai's wilderness he saw 
"The moiint where Israel heard the law 
"Mid thuiulor-dint aud Hashing levin 
"And shadows, mists and darkness given." 

Extract fiom "The Palmer" by Felicia Hemans — 

"Art thou come from the far-oiT land at last? 

"Thou that ha.st wandered long! 
"Thou art come to a home whence the smile has passed, 
"With the merry voice of song. 

"Say what hast thou brought from the distant shore 

"For thy wasted youth to pay? 
"Hast tho\i treasures to win thee joys once more? 

"Hast thou vassals to smooth thy way? 
"I have brought but the palm branch in my hand 

"Yet I call not ray bright youth lost! 
"I have won but high thought iu the Holy Land, 

"Yet I count not too dear the cost! 
"I look on the leaves of the deathless tree 

"These records of my track; 
"And better than youth in its flush of glee 
"Are the memories they give me back! " ^- 

"A rich light thence o'er my life's decline, 

"An inborn light is cast; 
"For the sake of the palm from the Holy Shrine 

"I bewail not my bright days past." 

Savage in his "Genealogical Dictionary of New England" gives an account of a 
great number of Palmers who settled in that region, and who doubtless are the progeni- 
tors of many of the name scattered through this country. Of whom the following may 
t>e mentioned as important — 

1. William Palmer who came from Nottinghamshire, England, in the ship Fortune. 
the second vessel after the Mayflower, iu ltji;i, landed at Plymouth and settled at Dux- 
bury, ^lass., and has left numerous de-cendants. 

2. Walter Palmer also from Nottinghamshire in 1629, landed at Charlestown Mass. 
He was one of the original setlers of that place. Afterwards he was one of the founders 
of Rehoboth, Mass.. in 1643; and of Southerton now Stonington, Conn., in 1633. He fmally 
settled at Wequetequook Cove where he had purchased a large tract of land, a short 
distance North East of Stonington and in Rhode Island, and in a nearby graveyard he 
and many of his family were buried. A view of his residence is herewith given. He 
was twice married and had twelve children whose descendants are very numerous. He 
was an influential man in his day both in State and church affairs and many of his 
descendants have been persons of talent and distinction. A re-union of the family wa3 
held at Stonington Conn, in ISSl and again in 1SS2 of which an interesting Book was 
published by Noyes F. Palmer of New York. 

3. Thomas Palmer from Bradford, England, came in the ship Expectation in 
1635 and founded the town of Roxley, Mass. 

4. A Lieutenant William Palmer was made a freeman at Yarmouth, Mass., June 
7, 1638. He afterwards settled on Long Island. 

5. A William Palmer settled in Virginia at an early date and has many descend- 
ants through the Southern States. 

6. A Thomas Palmer from Kelso, Scotland, in 1790 settled in Philadelphia, Pa., 
where theie are yvt his descendants. 

7. In the purchase that gave the name Nine Partners to a locality in Dutchess 
County New Yoik, there was one partner to that extensive undertaking named Mathew 



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Palmer who came from Nottinghamshire. Ergland. to New York In 1720. From 
accounts he appears to have been a F'rit^ml (or Quaker). His descendants are numer- 
ous, among: which were said to Iv? John I^ilmcr and his sister Catharine Palmer Foulke, 
of Stroudshurg. Pa., who were influential mini.^ters In the Society of Friends. 

8. An Anthony Palmer was jiresidont ot" the Provisional Council of Pennsylvania 
and ex-officio governor from May o, 1747 to Nov. 2.*'., 174S. He was a gentleman of 
wealth and had come to this colony from the West Indies in 17(t8. He was married and 
some of his descendants are said to still reside in Philadelphia. (See Armor Lives of 
the Governors of Pennsylvania.) 

9. One name that would be noarly contemporary with the subject of this work 
has this to his record. "John Palmer born 1^67, son of John of Situate, son of first 
John of Situate and Hingham. Mass., who camo to this country In ship Klizabeth In Sep- 
tember 163r>. He was probably a brother to 'Ihomas of Poxley. Mass. (See No. 3 of 
these notes.) Both of these hav* a large progeny scattered over this country. 

10. There were also setlers of the name in New Jersey. Smith In his history of 
the state, mentions a John Palmer of Slaien Island having with others made a settle- 
ment on the Raritau about the Falls, and that "John Palmer was appointed by Deputy 
Governor Rudyard as one of six persons whom he a])pointed as a council for East 
Jersey, In which he was continued till lijS4, when a new council was appointed." The 
six names thus appointed were: Lewis Morris, John Berry, John Palmer, William 
Sanfford, Lawrence Andros and Benjamin Price. 

11. As another contemporary with John Palmer, the immigrant to Concord, there 
lived in London Samuel Palnier, an eminoni printer, in whose office Benjamin Franklin 
was one time eniployed. He died in 1732. And later in the eighteenth century fig- 
ured John Palmer, an actor of very considerable talents belonging to the Drury Lane 
Theatre, bom about 1742. In his profession he excelled. He died suddenly on the stage 
immediately after uttering the words, "There is another and a better world." 

12. There arrived in Penns\!vania about 1684, John and Christian Palmer in the 
ship Providence of Scarborough, Robert Hopper master, and settled in Bucks county. 
Pa. No known relationship existed between these and the Concord settler, and as 
there has never appeared any tradition concerning an affinity, it is highly probable 
they sprang from distinct families in the mother country. 

13. There were numerous settlements of Palmers in the lower part of the State 
of Delaware, a descendant of which was the late Maj. Gen. William Palmer of Colorado 
Springs. Colo., a noted Cavalry General of the Civil War. 

With the hope that these "Incidentals" rnay prove of Interest to the readers for 
want of further space they will have to suffice. 



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FIRST GENERATION 



^^'ith an appreciation of the rich inheritance attached to the name — Palm- 
er — some^vhat sho\vn in the foregoing "Incidentals," and to be found in 
many other vahiable accounts; and with a desire that the name shall always 
be duly cherislied and i>erpetuated, the genealogy is herewith presented of the 
descendants of JOHN PALMIER, who settled in Concord township, Chester 
(now Delaware) county, Pa., previous to or about 1686. 



I— I. JOHN PALMER, b. in England: d. 1742. Concord, Pa.; m. 
MARY SOUTHER Y, dau. of Robert, of Bethel, b. ; d. 1745. 

A general tradition exists that John Palmer was either enticed or be- 
guiled to leavi the home of his mother in England (his father being dead) 
by those interested, to pay his way for the profit to result from his labor (a 
custom somewhat in vogue at that time), and that he embarked from London 
and came to Pennsylvania, where he served a number of years at labor for 
his passage. No authentic records have been found to corroborate this tradi- 
tion, but as it is very generally upheld by the elder members of the family, and 
as no other account is to be found as to his appearance in this country, it seems 
safe to give it a place in his history. This class of emigrants were called "Re- 
demptioners." Although he had evidently been in the neighborhood (as will 
appear by records given further on, in the year 1686.) yet the first reliable ac- 
count that appears of his permanent settlement is the purchase of one hundred 
acres of land of the patent for which a copy will be given. 

This tract was first surveyed 7 mo. 4. i6S^. to William Hawkes on rent. — 
it was afterwards occupied by Gideon Gambare (or Gambel) and in 1685 by 
James Browne. It is not known that John Palmer had any dealings v.ith any 
of these to obtain possession of this tract, nor is it of material consequence as 
his patent fully perfected his title. 

See Smith's Map of early grants and patents of Delaware Co., Pa. — Map 

Concord. 

Copy of Pafeuf to John Pahnrr, 1688. 

By virtue of the commission granted by William Penn Proprietarie and Gov- 
enor of the province of Pennsllvania & counties annexed, 

UNTO 
William Markham Secrie Thomas Ellis John Goodson or anle two of us (The Secrio 
being one) wee send greeting. Whereas there is a piece of land in the county of Chester 



PALMER FAMILY. 

In Township of Concord Beginning att a corner marked post of John Rob^rU land then 
east northea'^l bv ve same Four Hundred & eightie perches, thence north northwest bj a 
Line of lreerthi>tie four parches thence ^est southwest by a line of trees dividing this tract 
J;om Geoie Stroud's I^nd four hundred & eightie perches thence south Bouth-east by 
a sTrcet or road thirtie four perches to ye place of begiuning Contg one hundred acre, 
of Land Granted by ^'irtue of a warrt from ye comms dated 24th of 1st mon 16SS and 
?aid out bv ve snrvpvor generals ordr ye Sd day unto John Palmer purchaser and ed 
John Palmer" requesting us to Confirm ye same by patent Know >-^^that by virtue of ye 
comms aforesd We have given granted and Conhrmed and by these prents for .-.dTNm Penn 
ye p?opry wee do give grant and Confirm to him sold John Palmer his heirs and assigns 
for?veJ ve said one hundred acres of Land To have hold & enjoy ye Sd Lands for ye 
onlie use and behoof of ye said John Palmer his heirs and assigns forever To behfden 
of ye proprietarie and his heirs as of ye manner of Springtowne m ye countie aforesaid n 
free and common Socage by fealtie onlie, bee seating ^^V"- P''''rMrh^rl%nTnd u^'non 
reeulation vielding and pavine therefore to ye proprietarie and his hens att and upon 
Te first daV of ve first mon in^ everie yeare ntt ye towne of Chester one enghsh silver 
shilling or value thereof in our Currey to such persons as shall be from time to time 
Appointed for that purpose. In witness whereof wee have caused these prests to be 
"made patVnt att Philadelphia ye 2r.th day of seventh moth fourth yeare of ye reign of 
James ye second over England and being eight of ye proprietaries government anno 

*^'''"'°|si£ed) WM MARKHAM JOHN GOODSONN. 

He had contracted his marriage previous to this time as the following 
records will show, although no definite record of it has been preserved. He 
married Marv Sudderv (Southery) who was a daughter of Robert Southery, 
fuller bv trade, late of Westburv in the county of Wiltshire, England. Rob- 
ert was' the purchaser of two InuKired and fifty acres of land in Bethel and 
Thornbury bv deeds bearing date tlic tenth and eleventh days of October. 1682. 
and probablv resided on the Bethel tract. He died before 16S6; who his wite 
was or even her Christian name does not appear, the only clue being that 
Robert Sotithery and John Gibbons were brothers-in-law. Mary Sotithery 
Palmer had a sister. Margery, who married John Hannum. They also settled 
in Concord about a half a mile north of John Palmer. They were the only 
children and after their father's death they, with the co-operation of their 
husbands, disposed of his late possessions. These facts in relation to them 
are established bv the following extracts from the court records and deeds. _ 

In the records of the court proceedings held at Chester. Pennsylvania. 
4th mo. 1686. (on file in the Clerk of Court's office at West Chester. Pa.) 
it is noticed that a road is laid out from Bethel to Chichester 60 feet wide: 
beginning at the side of Concord toward the river on the street or highway 
of Concord: First, through land of John Gibbons, his house on the right 
side; then through land of Robert Southery. late deceased, his house on the 
left side; then through land of Robert Pile, his house on right hand, etc. 
From this it is reasonable to assinne that Robert Southery had built a house 
and resided upon this land and had lately deceased. 

This land appears to have been a part of 5CX) acres of the John Gibbons 
tract taken up by deeds of lease and release August 1-2. 1681. and conveyed 
to Robert Southery, his brother-in-law. by deed of same tenor. October lOii, 
16S2. It was surveyed November ij, 16S3. as 150 acres, and to make up the 
deficiency to 250 acres. John Gibbons on the same date conveyed to said Rob- 
ert Sotitiicry Too acres in Thornbury. By reference to the court records un- 
der date of 7 month \G%(\ this latter tract was disposed of as followeth : 
"John Palmer and John Hannum. by and with the consent of their v/ives. 
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land lying and l>€ing in t!ie township of Concord (Thornbury) to Edward 
Bennett, his heirs and assigns." This is conclusive evidence of their respec- 
tive marriages previous to this date. As to tlie Bethel tract, the records show 
that a deed was given by the .same persons, dated the ist day of the ist month 
(March). i68S. to Nicholas P}le. for 150 acres of land in Bethel. To confirm 
the title of these lands a l\qc(\ of release dated the 31st day of December. An. 
Dom. 171 5. between John Palmer, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and John Han- 
num, yeoman, and Margery his v.ifc. all of the township of Concord, county 
of Chester. Province of Pennsylvania, of the one part, and William Brinton. 
yeoman, of Birmingham, of the other part: in which it is fully set forth that 
"Robert Suddery in his lifetime became lawfully seized in his Dcmeasn as of 
fee of in the sd Two hundred and fifty acres of land with the appurtenances 
and Dyed seized thereof in his estate aforesaid after whose Decease the same 
Two hundred & fifty acres of land with the appurtenances Descended & came 
to the sd ?^Iary and Margcr}- parties to these presents as the Daughters and 
only heir of him the said Robert Suddery." 

There is also a court record of 4 mo. 16S6 in Avhich is noted a difficulty 
between Nicholas Newlin. of Concord, and John Hannum and John Palmer, 
concerning a hog; and also that John Hannum was given an earmark and 
brand mark for his stock, which also shovs-s their residerice here at this time. 

It is likely John and Mary were Friends, for a time at least, for their 
older children appeal c„ co have a right of membership in the Society, which 
was not the case with the younger ones until taken into Meeting, as will be 
noticed under their names. But the facts and traditions relating to that per- 
iod indicate that they left the Society through the defection of George Keith. 
a minister, who went oft because of non-agreement in doctrine, and that they 
soon after joined the Baptists. By records of the Baptist Society, which were 
in the possession of the late Robert Frame. Esq.. of Birmingham, it appears 
that on 6 mo. loth. 1607. Thomas Powell. John Palmer, etc., five in number 
were baptized : also on 7 mo. 27,1697. John Hannum. Margery Hannum. Mary 
Palmer, etc.. ten. in number, were baptized — all in Ridley Creek. 

On the return of Keith from England, whither he had gone soon after 
his schism, he records preaching at John Hanon's (Hannum's) in Concord. 
2 mo. 9, 1702. on the text ^Matt. xvi. 18. ar.d on the nth he preacb.ed at 
Thomas Powell's, and states that both these men were formerly Quakers, to- 
gether with several of their neighbors. In Smith's '"History of Delaware 
Count}'" it is noticed that there \vere quite a number in Concord who adhered 
to Keith. These facts seem to point quite definitely to their religious posi- 
tion, but their children seem not to have gone with them (or at least those of 
whom the records have come down to us), but to have continued members of 
the Society of Friends. 

Of the birth of either John or Mary nothing is known, but from the date 
of their marriage, and being no doubt in the bloom of manhood and woman- 
hood, we may reasonably conclude they came upoti this earth between 1660 
and 1670. They continued to reside upon the land he had purchased all their 
lives, but as to the nature of their dwelling-house, hi-tory seems to be silent. 
The present dwelling (see illustration) was enlarged by his grandson Moses, 
and is probably very nearly upon the original site. 
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from a chestnut tree with a fire-poker orpoking-stick; and Stephen Hall. who 
died 7 mo. 26, 1815, at an advanced age, used to boast tliat he had ^een '^ix 
generations of the Palmers— that he remenihered the first fr.h„ Palmer who 
was a httle white-headed Englishman, but he remembered his wife bette- 
tor she once gave him a piece of bread aiul butter. 

Jhe time of their death is very nearlv established by their wilh John's 
Aviil ,s dated 2 mo. (April) 22, 1739-40. and was proven 7 mo. i, i742rhence 
he probably died in the 5th or 6th mo. ( [ulv or August) of th-it vear 

Mary sur;ived her husband a short time: she made a will bearing date 

LTfu'yi ^^'^ r • '(^\''^''^' ^y--^^ P'-o^-^" 3 mo. 18, 1745, and hen?e her 
death happened nearly about the torepart of the latter year. In her will <:he 
gave a few things to each of her chi!,h-en as mementoes of remembrance, and 
left £10 to buy Bibles tor her grandchildren. 

- John's will is as follows. 'in which the nature of his familv is clearlv in- 
dicated: ' ^ - 

nho.fJ'^^^-^^ ^^T °^ ^°'^ ^"'^°- ^ '^^^"^ Palmer senior of Concord in tho Couatv of 
^nrri^H n-^ ^T^ °^^°^''' ''' ^'''^''^ '° "^^"d ^°d ^^^'ovy (Thanks Se to' God there- 
TeLm'nt ^°^ ""''""^ ''' ""'''''"''''' °' °^^' ^°'^ ' ^° °'^^'^ ^^^^ ^^ my iSst Will and 

H.^ T "t^'u ^'■^^- ^ ^T"''^ "''■ ^''"' ^° *^'"^ ^'^0 -3^'e it 'in full assurance that at the last 

Chmtlan-like way and manner according to the discretion of mv Ex^^cutors and Ir-nr 

Te'r 'foXi'l^g.^'^'-^ '' '^^' "''''''' ''°^^ *^° '^''^' -^ -^^^ I ^° dispone' of°them1n'man- 

"Item, I do leave to each of my children (viz.) Jno Palmer Cnrherinp <?Vpnr^ ttoi • 
Buffington, Marjery Kerlin, Ann Trimble and Marv T?imble the Sum of I'tv ^HU'.- 

mv'iS'LT'' '!fT."' ""' ''^ ''''' ^^'"^-^ *« ^^ P'-^'^'^t the end of one whole vear a e 
nn Decease, and the same to be raised out of mv personal Estate at the dii'etVn nf 

With ni^!?!^' ^ V""^' ^^,f ''^ ^^'^ "^"^^^^ ^^ "^•'' beloved wife Marv Palmer mv Real Estate 
mv ^-i'fl^^"^', ^ ^^^^' *^^^^ ^t ^^^ ^"^^ °'' <^xpiration of two full vear^ after the death nf 

1739, 40. ' ^"^ "^^^ °^ February in the year of our Lord God 

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John Palmer Senior in presence of us 
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"The nccts of \Vm Trimble & John Palmer Ecrs of Mary Palmer Deed, flld the 
nth April 1745. 

"John Palmer &. Wm. Trimble Executor To the Estate of mary palmer Deceased 
stands Charged with the said Estate which was appraised to £131: 5s: lOd by peter 
Hatton and Joseph Charabcrlin. 

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by Funeral Expenses 

by Expenses when the will was proved 

by Vandup Expencs 

by Cash I^aid out for bibls for ye grand Children 

by Cash and goods To John palmer 

by Cash and goods To Cathrin Skear 

by Cash and goods to Alice buflngton 

by Cash and goods To Margrey Carral 

by Cash and goods To ann Trimble 

by Cash and goods to Mary Trimble 

To some necessery Expences and Truble ; 



The remains of an old graveyard wliich still exists on their tract, and 
which the accompanying sketch illustrates, mark tlie 5p:)t of their interment. 
It bears strongly the marks of neglect, and. save a couple of headstones, v/hich 
serve to call to mind its ancient dedication, has naught to guide the modem in- 
vestigator. This state of things the compiler of this works hopes at no dis- 
tant day to ch.ange, and to have a suitable enclosure and memorial-stone erect- 
ed, to be an an.chor of knowledge to the generations of children hence to occupy 
our places. 

The position of John Palmer's land, as well as of nearly all of the original 
settlers in Concord and vicinity, can be plainly seen, by reference to the ac- 
companying map. 

Tlicir children were as follows, for detailed account of which see under next 
generation, 

II— 2. John, b. about 1690; d. 5 mo. 1771. 

II— 3. Catharine, b. d. 

II— 4. Eals (Alice), b. d. 

II — 5. Margery, b. about 1702; d. 

II— 6. Ann, b. 1706; d. 10 mo. 11. 1755. 

II— 7. Mary, b. about 1708; d. 



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Ch. of John Palmer {Xo. i) and Mary Soufhcry. 

II— 2. JOHX PALMER 2 (John i). b. al)out the year i6<>o. but the 
exact date does not appear. He was known by tlie appellation ot John Palm- 
er, Junior, and it is a traditional story that being- an only son his parents 
were fearful that their name might become extinct, as was the fate of his 
mother's: but subsequent events no doubt relieved their minds on this score. 
He m. Martha Yearsley 4 mo. (June O. S.) 9, 1714, dau. of John and Eliza- 
beth, who came from Middlewich. England. A. D. 1700. and settled in Thom- 
bur}', Chester Co.. Pa. (See map.) Martlia was b. 4 mo. (June) 14, 1696. and 
hence crossed the ocean quite young with her parents. Thev brought a fam- 
ily of five children, to wit: a son John (who m. Sarah Conwav in 1710) and 
four daughters: Elizabeth, who m. Moses Key 12 mo. 18. 1701: Martha as 
above: Ann who m. Jacob \'ernon 5 mo. — 1701, and Hannah who m. Peter 
Hatton I mo. 13. 1717. They also had a dau. Sarah, who d. young in Eng- 
land. The elder John Yearsley d. in 170S. and Elizabeth, his 'wife. d. 3 mo. 
25. 1728. The land on which they settled was part of a tract of 1350 acres 
surveyed to John Simcock in 1684: John Yearsley purchased 500 acres of 
this by deed of 4 mo. 10. 1701. and John Yearsley. Jr.. obtained 254 acres 
i_mo.. 27. 1710. probably in the settlement of his father's estate. Portions 
of this land have remained in the family name until the present time (1900). 

At Concord M. Mtg llth of 6 mo. 1701. This is to certify whome Itt mav con- 
cern yt whereas John Yearsley in Middlench hath A desire and inclination to transport 
himselfe.wife and children into ye Province of Pennsilvania— And hee having layd before 
ye meeting of Friends at Middlench meeting whereof he is a member his desire and 
intention for so doeing and desires ye consent and advice of yt meeting for soe grate 
weighy an undertaking And finding no Friend or Friends yt doe gaicsav ve contrarv 
wee knowing nothing but yt hee hath walked humbly with the Lord and according to 
Truth and done euqually and justly with all persons with whom he hath had to deall with 
all his wife and children have walked carefully and without blame as with Relative to 
ye Truth wee having nothing to charge them with But desiring their prosporitie and 
w-elfare in ye same, doe give tliem this our Certificatte to our welTbeloved friends in Pen- 
silvania. Desiring their Reception of them in Love and unitie: if god all mightv bee 
pleased to bring them saffe thither, as wee shall doe for any yt may have A desire to 
Return from thence with your Certificattes. Signed att our monthlv meeting held att 
Hampton ye 29th of ye 6 month 1700. 

Tryall Rider John Jerme Laurance Fratcher 

Gilbert Woollam James Dix John Prichard 

John Kennerly William Hancock Edward Williamson 

William Heawood Henry Fletcher John James 

The proceedings in relation to the marriage of John Palmer. Jr.. and 
Martha Yearsley are set forth in the following extracts from the records of 
Concord Monthly ^Meeting of Friends : 

"At a Monthly Meeting held at Chichester Meeting-house the 13 dav of the 7th 
mo., 1714. 

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tlons of Marriage it being the first time. Thomas Peirson and Henry Oburn are ap- 
pointed to make Inquiry into his Clearness relating to marriage, and make report to 
the next meeting." 

•'At a Monthly Meeting held at Concord Meeting-house the 11th dav of the 8th 
mo.. 1714. 

"John Palmer & Martha Yearslcy appeared here & continued their intentions of 
marriage, it being the ?econd time, ,'c he producing a Certificate from his Parents of 
their consent they requesting this Mefting's allowance or concurrence herein. 

"Therefore this meeting leaves them to proceed according to the good order of 
Truth. Edward Bennet Sc ^^'ilIiam Brainton are appointed to attend the marriage and 
make report to the next meeting." 

At the next monthly meeting held at Chichester Mlg. H. the 8th of 9th Mo. 1714 

"Those Persons that wore appointed to attend the marriage of John Palmer &. 
Martha Yearsley mnke report that it was accomplished orderly at the meeting-house 
at Concord the 4th of 9th mo. 1714." 

Their marriage certificate as recorded by "Friends"' is here appended : 



"Wheras John Palmer Jnnr of Concord in the County of Chester, yeoman, and 
Martha Yearsley of Thornbury in the s'd County, spinster, have published their inten- 
tions of marriage in two monthly meetings of the People called Quakers belonging to 
the said town of Concord &-c. and the said meetings after mature Consideration and hav- 
ing made enquiries finding nothing to ye Contrary but that the said Parties were clear 
from all others on account of marriage and that Parents and Relations on both sides 
were Consenting there to. Did Therefore allow of ye said marriage. These therefore may 
Certify whom it may Concern that for ye Consumation of ye said marriage the said John 
Palmer and Martha Yearsley appeared in an assembly of the aforesaid People met to- 
other for that end and purpose at the Meeting-House in ye s'd town of Concord the 
fourth day of ye ninth month in the year one thousand seven hundred and fourth-teea. 
S'd John Palmer standing up in ye s'd assembly taking the said Martha Yeaxsley by ye 
band took her to be his wife and promised to be to her a Loving and faithful husband 
until the Lord please to separate them by death, and the said Martha Yearsley took the 
s'd John Palmer to be her husband and promised to be to him a Loving and 
faithful wife until the Lord please to separate them by death, and as a Confirmation 
thereof the said John Palmer and ?.Iartha have hereunto set their hands. She according 
to the Custom of marriage assuming the Surname of her husband. And we whose names 
are here subscribed being present at ye s'd marriage In witness thereof have hereunto 
set our hands the day and year above written. 



Henary Nayle 
Nicholas Pyle 
George Pierce 
Nath. Newiin 
William Harris 
Randall Malin 
Henary Obion 
Will. Brinton 
James Gibbons 
Richard Woodward 
Thomas Dunbarbin 
Saml Nutt 
John Hannum 



Isaac Taylor 
William Pyle 
John Willis 
Peter Hatton 
Ann Pieroe 
Ann Pyle 
Jean Brinton 
Hannah Lea 
Ann Bennet 
Esther Willis 
Mary Willis 
p:iizabeth Boouth 
Martha Taylor 



John Palmer 

Martha Palmer 

John Palmer | parents. 

Mary Palmer 1 

Elizabeth Yearsley | p^^^^ 

John Yearsley / 

Sarah Yearsley 

Jacob Vernon 

Ann Vernon 

Moses Key 

Elizabeth Key 

Hannah Yearsley 



They remained in good standing in the Society all their lives, and their 
names frequently occur in the business of the [Meeting, especially as witnesses 
to numerous marriages. 

John followed the occupation of farming, at first on the farm be- 
queathed by his father, and subsequently on land purchased by him in the 
western part of Concord. (See map.) This tract of land, containing one 
hundred and seventy-five acres, he purchased of Henry Peirce and Sarah his 
wife by deed bearing date the 9th day of the oth month, A. D. 171 2. it being 
part of a tract of 500 acres surveyed to John Hazelgrove 8 mo. 5, 1683. from 



PALMER FAMILY. 



him it passed to Jeremiah Collet. Jr.. by deed of May 30-31. 1701 ; from him to 
Thomas and William Woodward. Ma\ 13. 1703: from them to Jasper Yeates 
May 5. 1709. and from him to Hcnr)- I'earce. Jan. 10. 1710. — See Smith's 
Map of Early Grants, etc. 

They probably did not remo\e to this situation until after the marriage 

of tlieir son Moses: as we find that in 17.1.8 they ,c:a\e tlie home-place to their 

son Moses by deed of gift, statin^'- the act to be from "the natural love and 

Affection they bear to him. as well as for his better preferment in the world."' 

A view of the old house and surrounding^ land is g^iven. 

John appears to have taken an interest in the affairs going on around 
him, and was one amongst others to be early concerned in schools. 

By his will, which is here annexed, it is apparent that of ten children 
which were born to him. only four were living when he made it. and that he 
either had given his two daughters a sliare of bis estate in his lifetime, as he 
had his son Moses, or thought that they did not need much. 

Copy of John Palmer's JJ'ill, proved May i6th, 1771. 

I John Palmer of the To-unship of Concord in the County of Chesf^r and Province 
of Pennsylvania calling to mind the vincertainty of my time in this v.-orld Do moke this 
my last will and testament in Maunor follov,-ing that is to say Imprimis, My ■v<.-iil is that 
all my just Debts and Funeral charges be paid as soon as conveniently maj' be after mj- 
decease by my executors hereinafter named and appointed Item T give and devise to my son 
John Palmer all and singular my Messsuage Plantation and tract of Land Situate in Concord 
aforesaid containing One Hundred and Seventy five acres be the same more or less to 
hold to him the said John Palmer his hairs and Assigns forever. He paying cut of the 
same Land Premeses unto his Mother Martha Palmer the sum of Five Pounds yerely 
and every year during her ■widowhood and no longer as allso to alow her his said mother 
the Liberty to aney part of my Dwelling House to live in v.-hich port shee shall think 
fit to chose with ground Suficient for e Gardian and Aples out of my Orchard for her own 
use as also Neresery Firewood and the Keeping one Horse and one cow with Pasture for 
the Sumer and Suficient fother for the same during the winter season all which Priv- 
eledges shee shall Injoy while shee Remains my Widdow and no longer I allso give to my 
said son John all my Horses and Horse Kind (Except) one. which one I give to my wife 
and the liberty to chose which she thinks proper I also give to my son John all my Horse 
Geers my cart, Ploughe Harrows and all the utenseals therewith belonging. Item. I give 
and bequeath to my son Mosis Palmer the sum of Twenty Shillings. Item. I give and 
Bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth Evenson the sum of Twenty Shillings. Item. I give> 
end Bequeath to my daughter Martha Chemberlin the sum of Twenty Shillings. All 
which IjGgeces are to be paid out of my Personal Estate in one yere after m.y Decese. 

Item, I give and Bequeath to my well beloved wife Matha all the Resedue of my 
Estate what or wheresoever after Discharging my Debts and the above said Legeces. And 
lastly I do hereby name constitute and appoint my well beloved wife Matha and ray 
son John Palmer" Executors of this my last will and Testament hereby revvoking all 
other former Wills and Testaments by mee made. In witness whereof I have hereunto 
set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of March and in the year of cur Lord one 
Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and Eight 1758. 

JOHN PALMER. (SEAL). 
Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the said John Palmer to ce his last will and 
Testament in the Presents of John Wilson William Walter Jo Hannum. 

He died 5 mo.. 1771, and was buried 5 mo. 3. 1771. B. Flawley in diary. 
near the graves of his paren.ts. .\ stOTie at the head of his grave bears the in- 
scription, "L P. 1771." Martha survived him a few years. Her most famil- 
iar name was "Patty Palmer." Rachel Arment, who died in 1855 in her 
95th year, remembered her quite well, and said she would often walk from one 
son's to the other's, a distance of two miles, when a very old woman. The 
time of her death is not recorded, but it probably happened before 1780. 



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Their children were as follows, for further account see next genera- 
tion: 

S. Mary, b. 6th mo. 21, 1715; d. young. 

9. John, b. S mo. 20, 1717; d. young. • ' 

10. Isaac, b. 9 mo. 13, 1719; d. young. . , . 

11. Moses, b. 5 mo. 26, 1721; d. 6 mo. 20, 17S3. 

12. Elizabeth, b. 3 mo. 21. 1724; d. , '• 

13. Rebecca, b. 8 mo. 1, 1726; d. young. ' • 
U. Martha, b. 3 mo. 11, 1729; d. 

1.". Susannah, b. 10 mo. 24, 1731; d. iu Infancy. 

16. Susanna i,2nd), b. 12 mo. 14, 1732; d. young. 

17. John l2nd), b. 8 mo. 1, 1736; d. 4 mo., 1793. 



II— 3. CATIIERIXE PALMER 2 (John i), the oldest dau; the rec- 
ords concerning her are very meagre. She. ni. Skears, but of her de- 
scendants I have been able to get barely a trace. The names of Hebart Sker 
and Rebecca Sker appear as witnesses 10 the marriage of William Trimble 
and Ann Palmer, and the names of Albertos Scare and Margaret Scare as 
witnesses to the marriage of James Trimble and Mary Palmer. It is reason- 
able to infer that at least Hebart and Albertos were her sons, and that Re- 
becca and Margaret were either daughters or daughters-in-law. This ends my 
research concerning her. 



II~4. EALS (Alice) PALMER 2 (John i), b. probably previous to 
1700, but no record of her birth or death h.as been discovered. She m. Rich- 
ard Buftington about 1720 as his third wife, whom she survived. 



In 1679 RICHARD BOVEIXGTOX aixl John Grubb purchased a large 
tract of land on the southwest side of L'platul creek, of John Test, v.ho had 
obtained it from Albert Hendrix. which is n.otcd in the court records of Xo- 
vember 25, 1679. 

William Penn obtained a charter for the Province of Pennsylvania on 
the 4th of March 16S0 (1681 X. S. ) and on Sept. 13. 16S1. the'first court 
was held under the new dispensation. At that time RICHARD BL'FFIXG- 
lON appeared as a witness in one case, as a plaintiff in another and as a de- 
fendant in a third. He was a member of the Grand lurv. June 27th. 16S3. 
At a court held the 6th of nth month. 1684. RICHARD BUFFIXGTON 
is ordered to receive the levies raised for the court house and prison in the 
Township of Chester. He appears to have changed his residence a> at a 



• NOTE -From " Some Annals of the Buffington Fainilv," bv Gilbert Cope, the following extracts 
fh* D a"' '■T'^^re are few ffnglish families in Pennsylvania whi'ch can claim an earlier amval than 
ine Buttingtons. v,liose ancestors were settled here before the name of Per.nsvlvania was ?i\ en to th- 
pryvlnce In 1675 an English ciAony was established at Saiem. New Jersev. and another atBi:rl;ngton, 
in 1077, both being composed of Friends or Quakers. A few who came over under these ausp.ces. re- 
nioved to the western shore ot the Delaware river where courts had been established by the Dutch and 
ccnjnued bv the English, in order to raise money for the expenses of go\ err.ni.ent, in 1677 a tax was 
lev.ed on all the "Tzdables" ortaxabies, of whom the list numbered i36~ ir.c'.udip.g ten from tbe Jersey 
siGe of the river. Among these of English stock there were at Upland (now Chester), Robert Wade, 
Kicnard Bobbmgton," James Sandelands, John Test, Richard Noble, Henry Hastings, William Wood- 
ttancy and John Hayles (or Bayles-Beals.) 



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court lield 6th of ist month 1687-8 lie was appointed "Constaple" for Chi- 
chester and it appears that a survey of 400 acres was made 7th month, 14th. 
1682 for Henry Hastings and Richard Buftington in Chichester township. 
He appears to have resided here for several years. When by a deed of April 
6, 1696, Ricliard Buftington and William Vestal purchased from the execu- 
tors of John Loftus a tract of 218 acres on the Brandy wine near its forks 
and by another deed of 6th month 2d. 1701, they purchased 218 acres more, 
the rest of the Loftus tract, and made division by \"estal taking the latter 
purchase, Richard But^ngton had settled on his part prior to the last date 
and was probably the first settler in what is now East Bradford township, 
though it was considered a i)art of Westown township until 1705, when Brad- 
ford was first organized. He was appointed constable for Westown for 1701, 
1702 and 1703. and was also supervisor of highways at the same time. In 
1 70S he purchased 210 acres from Thomas ^Martin, of Middletown, to the 
northward of his previous purchase, and after selling 100 acres to Nathaniel 
Ring, divided in 1721 a portion to each of his sons. Thomas and William, 
with a frontage to each on the stream. About this time he seated himself 
upon an unoccupied tract of over 200 acres immediately in the forks of Bran- 
dywine, upon which he erected buildings, probably under a lease or agreement 
with the owner. After his death his son Joseph purchased the land from 
Isaac Xorris, Esq., of Eairhill, Philadelphia, son of Isaac X^orris. who had in 
1 718 purchased it of Jacob Taylor, to whom it had been originally surveyed. 
It was here that he gathered around him his numerous posterity on an occa- 
sion thus referred to in the Pennsylvania Gazette of June 28 to Julv 5, 1739, 
and also noted in Watson's Annals of Philadelphia, to wit: "On the 30th of 
May past, the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Ricahrd Buf- 
fington, Senior, to the number of one hundred and fifteen, met together at his 
house in Chester county, as also his nine sons and daughters-in-law and 
twelve great-grandchildren in law. The old man is from Great Marie upon 
the Thames, in Buckinghamshire in Old England ; aged about S; years and 
is still hearty, active and of perfect memory." In religion, if ever a Friend, 
he afterwards became a Baptist and was present at the first Baptist organiza- 
tion in these parts in 171 5. and to this Sociey he bequeathed £20, as also 
£5 to its minister. Owen Thomas. However, some of his children and m.any 
of his posterity have been Friends or Quakers. He died in January 1747-8, 
when he must have been in his 94th year. 

Whether he was married before his arrival in this country is not known. 
The name of his first wife, Ann or Anne, is mentioned from 1689 to 1697-S. 
In 1710 and 17 12 a wife Frances joins him in conveyances and circumstances 
indicate that ^he was the widow of John Grubb. who died in Chichester in 
1708. His last wife was Alice Palmer, Xo. 4, of this work. She must have 
l)ecn much younger than he, and their inarriage occurred about 1720. Bv his 
first v.-ife there were ten children, none known by the second wife and three 
by his third wife. Of the latter. see next generation page . Of the first the 
following account is of interest because of their very numerous descendants. 

I. — Richard Buftington, b. about 1679; d. 1741 : m. Phebe Grubb, dau. 
of John and h^rances Grubb. They settled near Marshalton, Chester county, 
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Friends' Meeting-, in which she was a minister. She in. a 2nd hnshand, Simon 
Hadly, of Mill Creek, Delaware, whom she also survived. She d. 3 mo. 4, 
1^69. Ricliard and she were buried at Bradford Mtg. 

2. — Ann Buthngton , d. before her husband: m. Benjamin Hick- 

man, 1 701, son of Francis and Elizabeth (immigrants) ; he d. 10 mo, 7, 

1742. They setttled on his farm in W'esttown and three of their seven chil- 
dren were born in a cave in which at first they lived. The children were Mary, 
Elizabeth, John, Francis, Benjamin, Ann and Hannah; whose descendants 
are very numerous of the name Hickman, Cheyney. Hunt and James and oth- 
ers. 

3. Thomas Buffington, b. ; d. 10 mo.. 1739; m. Ruth Cope before 
1710. She d. about 1728, dau. of Oliver and Rebecca Cope, the immigrants. 

}4e m. a 2d wife, Ann , who survived him. He left nine children, to wit: 

Richard, William, Rebecca (Atherton), Ruth (Ferree), Betty, Susanna, 
Rachel (James), Anne (Morgan) and Thomas, but it is not known as to their 
respective mothers. 

4. Ruth Buffington, ; m. Ezekiel Harlan, 1705-6, of 
Kennett. They had six children, to wit : Ezekiel, Elizabeth, ^Mary. Joseph, 
Rutli and Benjamin, from whom are descended numerous Harlans, Whites 
and Leonards. 

5. William Buffington, 

Fie was a tailor by trade. There is no record of his being married except 
that there were persons of the name supposed to have been his descendants, 

6. John Buffington, ; d. 1736; m. Sarah Eavenson. 
They settled in West Bradford, where he died, leaving four children. 

7. Hannah Buffington 

m. Jeremiah Dean, 1720, of West Bradford, who is thought to have been 
an immigrant from London. They had children, James, Xehemiah, John and 
Mary, 

8. Mary Buffington m, William Bald- 
win, of Chester township, who d. 1722; m. 2d Charles Turner, of Birmingham. 

9. Elizabeth Buffington. m. Peter Col- 
lins, of East Bradford. He d. about 1733; m. 2d John Freeman, 11 mo. 1734- 
5, an Englishman, and widower of West Bradford. There is no record of anv 
issue. 

10. Lydia BufSngton m. George :Martin. 

son of Thomas Martin and Margery (Mendenhall), 
who were immigrants. George and Lydia resided in West Bradford and had 
children Joseph, John, James, Rachel. Lydia. ^lary, Elizabeth and Ann. He 
m. a 2nd wife, Mary Xichols, 1757. 

The remaining three children of RICFL\RD BUFFIXGTOX being the 
issue by his wife, ALICE PALMER, will be given a more extended account 
in regular order in the next (third) generation. 

Their names were : 

18. Abigail, b. about 7 mo., 1721; d. bur. 5 mo. 1, 1813. 
ly. JoHeiih, b. about 1723; d. 11 mo. 1, 1785. 
1:0. Alice, b. ?; d. 7 mo. 19, 1775, 



12 PALMKR FAMILY 



II.— 5. MARJERY PALMER 2 (John i), b.- as nearly as can be de- 
termined about 1702. Her parents havii^.g left Friends' Meeting, she conse- 
quently was not a member, but at a monthly meeting of women Friends, held 
at Chichester Meeting-house "ye ist of ye 3 mo., 1724, John Gore fie Mar- 
jery Palmer declared their intention of Marriage ye first time, she producing 
a paper from her father signifying his and his wife's being willing she should 
proceed in marrying amongst Friends, she also Desiring to come under 
Friends' care. Hannah Oburn and Elizabeth Walter are to inquire &c." 

Women ]-Viends reported fa\orably and the marriage proceeded, but men 
Friends appear to have been a little negligent, as *"Those friends that were 
appointed to attend the marriage of John Gore and Marjery Palmer report 
through some occasion they were neither of them there, the which shortness 
is acknowledged, notwithstanding this meeting has received information that 
ye said marriage was accomplished orderly the 17th day of ye 4th mo. 1724." 

John lived but a short time after their marriage, and no records are to be 
found of any children. 

The next account of ^Marjery is, "At our Alonthly ^Meeting of Women 
Friends held at Concord ^Meeting house ist mo. 7, 1735, 

"Marjery Gore being a member for sometime of this meeting, but of 
late hath Entertained a man in her house and saith she is married to him by a 
Priest but Refuseth to tell ye time, and friends being with her but not Re- 
ceiving Satisfaction Edith Xewlin & Grace Eavenson are appointed with a 
man friend to give her another visit and if they tind occasion, to drav/ a Tes- 
timony against her and Produce it to ye next meeting." 

This was done, but not immediately carried into eftect. for "At our 
Monthly 2^Ieetin.g of Women Friends held at Concord ^vleeting House ye ist 
of ye 10th mo. 1735, 

"Marjery Gore or Carlin sent a paper which was no way satisfaction 
wherefore Aviary West & Grace Eavenson are appointed with a man friend to 
draw up a Testimony against lier and make report to ye next meeting." 

After a lapse of six years it appears — 

"At our ^Monthly ]^vleeting of Women Friends held in Concord meeting 
house ye 4th of ye nth mo. 1741, Marjery Carrel Produced a paper of ac- 
knowledgment for her outgoing, which this meeting accepts." 

Her husband's first name was Daniel, as "Daniel Carroll & ux }.Iargery 
relict and admr of John Gore," exhibit accounts of administration. 1736-7. 
He made his mark, and she signed Margery Carrell. The last of her where- 
abouts is thus determined : 

"At our Monthly Meeting of Women Friends held in Concord meeting 
house ye ist of ye i2mo. 174 1-2 Marjery Carrel Desires a fev.- lines by way 
of certificate in order to be joyned to a monthly meeting in the Jerseys, Mary 
Newlin and Rachel Pyle are appointed to enquire into her conversation & 
make report to the man friend appointed to draw the said certificate." 

In the men's meeting of the same date Moses Key is appointed to assist 
the women friends with the certificate; but her name on their records is 
si>elled "Carlin," and at the meeting held ist of ist month 1742. tlie certificate 
for Margery Carlin is approve;!. This is tlie last information concerning her 
that has been found. 



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The remaining two daughters of John and Mary Pahner — viz., Ann (No. 
6) and Mary (No. 7) — having married hrotlicrs — to wit. WiHiam and James 
Trimhle — it appears advisable to carry out the record of their descendants in 
a consoHdated form ; hence thev will be found in the Trimble Division. 



THIRD GENERATION 



Line of John. Joiix. 

Ch. of John Palmer (A't>. 2) and Martha Ycarslcy, all born in Concord, Ches- 
ter (now Delaware) co., Pa. 

III.— S. MARY PALMER, b. 6 mo. 21, 1715; d. young. 

III.— 9. JOHN PALMER, b. 8 mo. 20. 171 7: d. young. 

III.— 10. ISAAC PALMER, b. 9 mo. 13. 1719: d. young. 

in._ii. MOSES PALMIER 3 John 2, John i), b. 5 mo. 26, 1721 : d. 

6 mo. 20, 1783; m. ABIGAIL XEWLIX *2 mo. (April) 17, 1745. in Eriends' 
2^1. -R. at Concord. She lived but a few years after their marriage, leaving one 
child, but no record of her birth or death has been found. She was the 5th of 
seven ciriklren of Jolm Xewlin and ]\Iary Woodward, of }^Iiddletown (who 
were m. in 171 1.) John Xewlin, b. 12 mo. 2S, 1690: d. 1753; was also the 
5th of seven children of Xathaniel Xewlin and ]Mary Mendenhall (who were 
m. 2-17-16S5). 

His wife, :\Iary Woodward Xewlin, was the dau. of Richard and Jane 
Woodward. She survived him and d. 11-24-1790. aged loi years. It is a 
tradition in relation to her that she went out and reaped a sheaf of wheat the 
day s'le was one hundred years old. 

Xathai-.iel Xewlin. the father of John, b. 10-18-1665: d. 3 mo. 1729. emi- 
grated with his parents. Xicholas and Elizabeth Xewlin, in 1683. an.d also a 
brother and sister, John and Rachel. They came from Mt. ]Melick, County of 
Tyrone, Ireland. They settled in Concord township, now Delaware co.. Pa., 
where the father took up 500 acres of land, which was surveyed 7-24- 16S3 
and for which he obtained a patent 3-1-16S5. It was resurveyed 2-2-1703 as 
552 acres, to his son Xathar.iel Xewlin. The mill thereon erected has on a 
stone built in the wall the inscription 

''Xathan'l and Mary Xczcliii, 1704." 

Some years afterwards William Trimble purchased land adjoining this 
tract on the sou:h. See Trimble Division, and see also Smith's Map 
of the Early Grants and Patents in Delaware Co.. Pa. Xathaniel 
Xewlin continued to reside on this plantation and was a prominent 
man both in the Society of Friends and in the community. He was for 
several vears a member of Provincial Assembly, a commissioner of property, 
a Justice of th.e county courts and a Trustee of the Loan Office of the Province. 
In 1724 he purchased a tract of 7.000 acres on the Brandywine to which was 



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riven the name of Xewlin township. }Ie m. a 2d wife. Mary Fincher, 2-17- 
1729, but only hved about a month thereafter. 

Of the 'immigrant Nicholas Xewhn, we find that his certificate from 
Friends in Ireland dated 12 mo. 25, 1682. expresses dissatisfaction with his 
removal for which he had given no satisfactory reason, "but our Godly jeal- 
ousy is that his chief ground is fcarfulness of sufferings here for the testimony 
of jesus, or coveting worldly liberty." He was described as a gentleman in 
easy circumstances. He was appointed in 1685 to a seat in the Provincial 
Coiincil and was also a Justice of the courts of Chester county. His conduct 
here showed him to be firm in the performances of duty under all circum- 
stances. 



MOSES PAOIER m. second wife, ABIGAIL SHARPLESS, 11 mo. 
22, 1752, widow of William Sharpless, and mother by him of two children, 
of which one. Abraham, grew up and became an extensive landholder in As- 
ton and Concord. He died in 1835. See Sharpless record. 

In the proceedings relating to their marriage occurs the following: "At 
a monthly meeting 9 of 10 mo. 1752 Closes Palmer and Abigail Sharpless 
appeared and proposed their intentions of marriage. Caleb Peirce and Wil- 
ham Peters are to inquire as to his clearness relating to marriage and likewise 
to see that the widow's affairs are settled to satisfaction.'' Everything being 
satisfactory, they were allowed to proceed. 

At a monthly meeting 4 of 12 mo. 1752: "The friends appointed to at- 
tend the marriage of 2vIoses Palmer and Abigail Sharpless report that for 
reason satisfactory to this meeting they could not attend but have made en- 
quiry and fmd it was orderly accomplisl:ed in Concord meeting house and 
moderate at the house of entertainment." 

Abigail's maiden name was Sharp, dau. of Joseph Sharp and ^klary Pyle. 
of Chester co., b. 2 mo, 28, 1729; d, 2 mo, 14, 1805, surviving her husband 
over twenty years. 

Joseph Sharp was an emigrant from Ireland, Pie settled in London- 
grove, Chester county. Pa., where he d. in 1746. He m. ]\Iary Pyle, 9 mo. 4, 
1713. at Concord Mtg., who was b. 6 mo. 23. 1689. dau. of Nicholas Pyle and 
Abigail Bushell, Nicholas being an emigrant with his brothers, Robert and 
Ralph Pyle from the County of Wilts, England. 

In early life Moses Palmer appears to have been instructed in the mystery 
of cordwaining. but soon left it for the more congenial occupation of farming. 
He continued on the land obtained of his father in 174S for many years: he 
also purchased the adjoining tract on the south, to which he removed a few 
years before his death. He had acquired quite a considerable estate, which may 
be observed from the following extract from his will. From this instrument, 
dated 6 mo. 10, 1783, and proven August 27, 1783, the following is taken: — 

"Itam I give my beloved wife Abigail Palmer all my Parsonell Estate (except here 
ft'ter exceptediof what kind soever and wharesoever to be found She paing all my just 
debts, and Twenty-five Pounds to my Daughter Martha the wife of Joseph Chamberlin, 
vhlch bequeath Sail be in Lew of Dowr. Itam I give and bequeth to my son John Pal- 
mar his Hairs and assigns forever Two Thirds of that Plantation that was my Grand- 
father's John Palmer Containing One Hundred acres be the same moor or less 10 be 



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divided according to Quantity of ye east end he paying five Pounds Pr year and every 
year To my -widow • ♦ • and also pay to ray Daughter Ablpal ntly Pounds and to my 
daughter Mary Twenty five pounds. • * • Itam I give and bequeath to mv son Moses Pal- 
mer One Third part of the above mentioned Tract of One Hundred acres • • • his Heirs 
and Assigns forever He paying to his mother Five Pounds Pr year and every year • • • 
also pay to my daughter Mary Twenty five Pounds and to my daughter Ann Fifty Pounds. 
All the above Lequcies to be paid in Gold or Silver money or other money Eaquel Cur- 
rent valew. Itam I give and bequeth to my son Joseph Palmer all that my Plantation 
I now Liveth ou Containing sixty si.x acres * * * his heirs and assigns forever, he Paing 
to my son Aaron Palmor One hundred Pound Gold or Silver Money or Curran'cey of the 
same valew in one year after my said son Aaron arrives to twenty one years of age. My 
said son Joseph alow his mother free ingrace agrace & Ragrace into and from one moety 
or half part of my Dwelling House which half she cusc-ih free Privileg of water out of the 
Well and to bake in the Oven also shall keep for his sd Mother one Cow and one Horse 
creature * * * allso Provide cut and draw to the house sufficient wood for her to keep 
one fire allso Ovenwood during her widowhood and no longer, if my Widdow should 
Marrey my Will is that then and in that case all her aunuetie & Privilegs shall cace and 
be no more. Itam, I give my said son Joseph my cart plow and Harrow and Geers for 
two Hoi-ses. My Will is that if my Two youngest Daughters Viz Mary or Ann should die 
before thay or eather of them Earive to the age of Eaighteen years her or their Shier 
or Shirs to be paid by my Sons John and Moses to be paid to my Son Aaron. * • • 

Lastly I Nominate & appoint my beloved Wife Abigal Palmor my sons John & 
Moses Palmor my Execs of this my last Will * * * * this tenth day of the sixth month 
in the year of our Lord 17S3 

MOSES PALMER (Seal). 

Signed Sealed Published, pronounced and Declared by the above named Moses Pal- 
mer. This to be his last Will in the presents of us. 
Stephen Hall 
Nathaniel Walter 
Robert Mendenhall 

His children were, by first wife. Abigail Xewlin : — 

21. John b. 11 mo. 4, 1745; d. 9 mo. 18, 1801. 

— by second wife Abigail (Sharp) Sharpless — 

22. Martha, b. 9 mo. 7, 1753; d. 2 mo. IS, 1S31. 

23. Moses, b. 4 mo. 12, 1757; d. 8 mo. 29, 1840. 

24. Joseph b. 4 mo. 21, 1759; d. 7 mo. 30, 1838. 

25. Abigail, b. 8 mo. 26, 1762; d. bur. 3 mo. 5. 1841. 

26. Aaron, b. 7 mo. 17, 1765; d. 3 mo. 10, 1842. 

27. Mary, b. 1 mo. 24, 1768; d. ? 

28. Ann, b. 1 mo. 9, 1771; d. circa— 1821. 



Ill— 12. ELIZABETH PALMER 3 (John 2, John i), b. t, mo. 
(May) 24, 1724; d. ? : m.\\ATHAXIEL EAVEXSOX*. 

3 mo. (^Lay) 20, 1746. at Christ church, Philadelphia, b. i mo. (Mar.) 2S. 
1720; d. 1766. son of Richard Eavenson and Jemima X'ewlin (who 

were m. 10 mo. 4, 1712) Richard Eavenson. a son of Thomas Eavenson 
of Thornbury — the immigrant who purchased 120 acres of land Mar. 6. 1687. 
of John Simcnck — by his first wife, Haxxah Woodward. He d. Xov. 
1726. 

The following account of their marriage is taken from tlie records of 
Concord Monthly meeting: At a monthly meeting held at Concord 3 of 11 
mo.. 1746, "Complaint is made against Xathaniel Eavenson for h-eing married 

• NOTE— Eavenson— from son of Eaven. From Histor>' of Names of ,N\en, Nations and Places, by 
Rev. L. H. A'lOrJacque, A\. A., we lind " In Languages of Teutonic origin when descent is iniplieJ merely 
the word son is placed after the father's name." Such being the origin of nearly all surnames ending 
with the sufiix, son. 



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by a Priest. Caleb Peirce and Thomas Mercer are to pay him a visit and re- 
port how they find him." In women's meeting, same date. "Complaint is 
made against Elizabeth Palmer that was. now Eavenson. for accomplishing 
her marriage by a Priest. Lydia Mendenhall and Mary Pierce are to visit her 
and make report." At the next mectin.g, "2d of u mo., 1746, Nathaniel Eav- 
enson appeared hero with an acknow ledgment which is accepted and ordered to 
be read at the breaking up of a tirst-day meeting at Concord." In the wo- 
men's meeting "Elizabeth Eavenson's paper of acknowledgment joynt with 
her husband offered to this meeting, which is excepted (accepted) and left to 
men Friends for Publication." 

The descendants of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Eavenson being all through 
their daughters, it was with considerable difficulty that those given herein were 
ascertained. 

Nathaniel became the owiier of a large tract of land in Thornbur}' and 
Westown townships, Chester co.. Pa., his deed calling for four hundred and 
fifty acres, but v.hich probably overran five hundred acres. He and Elizabeth 
resided thereon until his death. He made no will, an.d some time after his 
death his daugluers proceeded to liave the land divided among themselves, 
♦agreeably to the "advice of twelve of their friends." There were five of them 
at his death, but one appears to have died licfore th.e division, as only four of 
them are mentioned in the ^\•^itings. The deeds are dated 3 mo. 14, 1783, 
and set forth their object of giving to each sister a clear title to her share of 
the property. 

Before this time, Elizabeth, m. her second husband. ]\'iUia',n Hazclcy, both 
of whom agreed to the above .settlement of the property. She was his second 
wife. (His first having been Hannah Taylor.) The m. took place 10 mo. 12, 
1769, for which she was dealt with, by Concord Meeting for being m. by a 
Justice. She. however, made an acknowledgment 5 mo. 7, 1774. which was 
accepted, and died in membership with Friends. They were probably buried 
at Birmingham. No issue by tiieir marriage. William Hawley. a son of Ben- 
jamin and Dinah, the immigrants, b. 9 mo. (Nov.) 28. 1737; d. 6 mo. 2, 1826. 

Her children by first husband. Nathaniel Eavenson, were: — 

29. Martha, b. circa, 1747; d. before 3 mo. 14, 1753. 

30. Hannah, b. circa, 1750; d. 

31. Rebecca, b. 2 mo. 1, 1754; d. 9 mo. 23, 1829. ,, ■ . 

32. Jermina, b. circa, 1756; d. circa, 1805. -, ' " '' 

3,^. Elizabeth, b. 8 mo. 15. 1759; d. S mo. 10, 1S3S. ^ . . , . ■ 

34. Richard, b. d. 1 mo. 11, 1771. ' . '. - ! ' . 



Ill— 13. REBECCA PALMER, b. 8 mo. i, 1726: d. young or unra. 



Ill— 14. MARTHA PALMER 3. (John 2. John i). b. 3 mo. 11. 1729; 
(^. (no record); m. WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN 9 mo. 16, 1748, in Con- 
cord M.-H., son of John Chamberlin and Lettice Key, b. 11 mo. 24. 1724; d. 
(,ii.» record), probably 1S08 to 18 10. 

John was the son of Robert and Mary, b. 10 mo. i, 1692. The latter 



i8 PALMER FAMILY. 



emigrated from England, and no doubt were "Friends." They purchased 
land in the northern part of Aston, near where is now Stony Bank Methodist 
meeting-house, and also in Concord adjoining it, and appear to have erected 
their dwelling-house in the latter twp.* 

The Concord tract of lOO acres was purchased 9 mo. 27. 1686, being part 
of Thomas King's land patented 5 mo. 22. 1684. Robert obtained a subse- 
quent patent for 251 acres in Concord and Aston, April 10. 1706. The Aston 
tract appears to have been occupied previous to him by Charles Brooke and 
Andrew Job. it being part of a tract of i.ooo acres surveyed to Thomas 
Brassey in 16S4. John Chamberlin and Lettice Key were m. 10 m. (Dec. 
O. S.) 21. 1 72 1, in Concord Mtg. 

Lettice Key was the dau. of Moses Key and Elizabeth Yearsley (see No. 
2), b. II mo. 26, 1703. Martha's mother being a sister to William's grand- 
mother, it will be seen that they were what is known as first cousins once re- 
moved. 

This was noticed by Concord Monthly Meeting, held the 3 of 8 mo.. 
1748. as follows, when they proposed their intentions of taking each other in 
marriage: "William Peters and Joseph Gilpin are to enquire into his clear- 
ness Relating to marriage as well as how he stands related in Consanguinity to 
her ye s'd Martha S: report to next meeting." At the next meeting, the 7 of 
9 mo., 1748, it may be supposed that some discussion took place in respect 
to their relationship, for "their s'd intention was allowed of by Permission 
they having consent of Parents and Relatives concerned." 

It seems probable that William and Martha continued to reside within 
the limits of Concord Meeting, but the place of their residence has not come 
to my knowledge, though he no doubt had a share of his father's property. 
They were buried at Concord. 

Their children were: — 

35. Moses, b. 1750; d. 

36. John, b. 1 mo. 6, 1752; d. 4 mo. 18, 1825. 

37. Isaac, b. circa, 1754; d. circa, 1S.31. ... 

38. Hannah, b. circa, 1756; d. after 1786. 

39. Lettice. b. ; d. 

40. 'Martha, b. ; d. 

41. Mar>', b. ; d. 

42. Elizabeth, b. ; d, 

III— 15. SUSAXXA PALMER, b. 10 mo. 24, 1731; d. in infancy. 

Ill— 16. SUSANNA PALMER (2d), b. 12 mo. 14, 1732: d. probably 
young or unm. 

Ill— 17. JOHN PALMER. (John 2. John i), b. 8 mo. i. 1736: d. 4 
mo., 1793: m. HANNAH PYLEt4 mo. 28. 1756. in Concord M.-H.. dau. of 
Joseph Pyle and Sarah Gibbons, of Bethel, his second wife (who were m. 11 

* NOTE— Chamberlin— This name owes its origin to a well known officer of state in royal ard 
nob'e houses and courts : his office was to take charije of the King's treasury and answers to the trea- 
surer of the household at present.— History of Names. 

t F'yle— The surname Pyle is claimed to be svnonymous with or derived from that of "Peel." 
meaning a fortified farm house. A Northumberland clan adopted this name with the spelling "Pyle'" 
as their surname.— History of Names. 



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mo. 10, 173-)- The time of Hannah's birtli is not known, but it was near 
that of Jolm's. She d. 12 mo. 20, 1802. Botli were buried at Concord Mtg. 

Joseph Pyle. b. 11 mo. 5. 1692: d. 1754. was a son of Robert Pyle and 
Ann Stovey. emigrants from Bishop's Canning. Wiltshire. England, m. there 
9 mo. 16. 1 68 1. Ann was the dau. of William Stovey of Hilperton. Sarah 
Gibbons appears to have been the widow of John Gibbons. Jr. ; her maiden 
name was Pennell. Robert Pyle was one of "three brothers.'' the others be- 
ing Nicholas and Ralph, all immigrants. They all became prominent citizens 
in their new country. Robert obtained a tract of 130 acres of land in Bethel 
May 1-2. 1683. upon wliich he resided until his death about 1730. Religious 
meetings were frequently held at his house and no other member was more 
active in church affairs.. 

John and Hannah Palmer resided on his father's farm in the western 
part of Concord, working in conjunction with his father while he lived, and 
after the lattcr's death he inherited it by his father's will. By tradition he 
is represented as fond of outdoor recreations and an enthusiastic disciple of 
Isack Walton. In 1S69. when I was making inquiries which led on to this 
work. I visited Thomas Dutton, a venerable centenarian of his neighborhood 
and in answer to the question whether he knew John Palmer (referring 
to this man), his immediate and animated reply was, "Yes. indeed: 
I went fishing with him many a time." John is said to have attained to the 
great weight of four hundred pounds, and is historically known as "fat John 
Palmer." It is probable that his disposition to obesity tended to shorten his 
life. Aaron Beale, a life long resident, of Concord, who was b. 3-1-1 786. and 
d. 1 2-3- 1 878. at the advanced age of 92 years, has related to the author that 
he remembered this John Palmer, that when a boy he had been to see him in 
company with his father and that he was the fattest man he ever saw. He 
made no will and letters of administration were taken out on his estate 5 mo. 
4. 1793. His farm eventually becoming the property of his sons Asher and 
Josepli. 

Their children were (but the order here given is not certain) : — 

43. Asher, b. 1759; d. 5 mo. 20, 1817. 

44. Hannah, b. d. 2 mo. 25, 1803. 
43. John. d. 1 mo. — . 1803. 

46. Joseph, b. 11 mo. 13, 1761: d. 7 mo. 13, 1S40. 

47. Benjamin, b. 1764; d. 5 mo. 17, 1839. 

48. George, b. 1770; d. 9 mo. 21, 1839. 

49. Elizabeth, b. d. 9 mo. 24, 1823. 

iO. Martha, b. 1775, d. ;• • 

51. Amy, b. 1 mo. 14, 1778; d. 4 mo. 9. 1845. 

52. Abigail, b. 1780; d. 6 mo. 20. 1826. 

53. Isaac, b. 1782; d. 12 mo. 12, 1802. 

Tliere were some traditions of more children in this family but the above 
arc tlie only names of record. 

Line of John, Alice. 

HI— 18. ABIGAIL BUFFINGTON (Alice. John), b. 7 mo. (Sept. C. 
S.) 1721?; d. buried 5 mo. i, 1813, at Bradford Mtg., being in her 92d year; 



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20 PALMER FAMILY. 



m. EDWARD SEED, of East Bradford, ii mo. (Jan. O. S.) i, 1741. He d 
1754, leaving six cliildren, viz: — 

5?;.^T''Ti^,^i';x^^' ^^^^' ^^- ^'"^^^rd; 57. George: 58, James: 59, Mary. Abigail m. Second 
DAVID I-LING. a weaver, by whom Khe had five children vi?5: 60, Alice; 61 John- 62 Phebe- 
63, Hannah; 64, Darld. 



Ill— 19. JOSEPH BUFEIXGTON (Alice 2, John i), b. about 1723; d. 
1 1 mo. 17. 1785^ aged about 63 years, unm. He purchased by deed of March 23. 
1748, of Isaac Xorris, the homestead of over 200 acres for £100. which evi- 
dently did not include the value of the improvements made bv his father. 
Here he lived at the time of the Battle of Brandywinc. which was near the 
ford on the east branch of that stream long known as Buffington's ford. He 
is described as being of a benevolent nature and often concurred to administer 
to the wants of the needy in his neighborhood. By his v.ill he devised his es- 
tate to his sister, Abigail Fling, and to her children and to the children of 
his deceased sister, Alice Hance. 

HI— 20. ALICE BUFFINGTOX (Alice, John), b. ? • d 7 

mo. 19, 1775; m. ROBERT McARTHUR, Jan.' 3. 1745. at the Old Swedes 
Church, Wilmmgton. Del. He d. leaving one son. 6$, John. Alice m. sec- 
ond, James Hatice, about 1749. Pie was'b. alx)ut 1723; d. 10 mo. ^o. 1785. 
They had seven children, viz :— 66. Joseph; 67, Marv: 68, Hannah; 69' Ann; 
70, James, 71, Richard and 7i>< Ruth. 



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FOURTH GENERATION 



Line of John, John, IMoses. 
Ch. of Moses Pabncr (No. ii) and Abigail Nezdin, born in Concord twp., Pa. 

IV— 21. JOHN PALMER (Closes 3, John 2, John i), b. 11 mo. 4, 
1745; d. 9 mo. 18, 1801 ; m. HANNAH jMARTIN 4 mo. 26, 1769, in Con- 
cord Meeting-house, dau of Abraham Martin and Lydia (Weldon) Hewes, b. 
2 mo. 18. 1753; d. 4 mo. 11. 1842, and sister to Benjamin (see No. 44.) They 
were considered a "sprightly young couple." And the evidence indicated that 
their wedding was of a hvely character as the Friends — Wilham Peters and 
John Brinton — who were appointed to attend the marriage reported "that it 
was orderh^ accomphshed and a good degree of moderation at the house of 
enteiiainment and where the youth appeared otherwise advice was adminis- 
tered." However, they soon settled down to the active duties of life, and were 
much esteemed in their neighborhood. 

John erected buildings on the eastern part of the original Palmer tract, 
which his father afterward gave him by will, and in connection with farming 
carried on the business of saddlery. His death appears to have been rather 
sudden, as he made his will 9 mo. 17. 1801. the day previous to his death. 
His widow survived him over forty years, continuing at the same place with 
her son John, who obtained the farm by his father's will. Both were buried 
nt Concord Friends' Grounds. By this will it appears: — 

I do give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Hannnh Palmer my sorrel mare, her 
choice of a cow, with their keep, various articles of furniture, what pewter we hare. 
the use of the west end of the hou-^e to be fixed up and kept in repair to make it a 
comfortable dwelling by my son John, who shall pay her 12 pounds per year and 
f'lrnish her with firewood, privilege of garden, water out of well, use of oven &c. which 
are to be taken and held in lew of dower. His eight children other than John 
to have £25 each at the death of his wife. His son John to have all the rest of his 
«Btate, both real and personal, after paying the above legacies. 

Their children were: — 

72. Benjamin, b. 2 mo. 26, 1770: J. 10 mo. 2, 1824. 

73. Abraham, b. 12 mo. 16, 1771; d. 7 mo. 2, 1852. 

74. Mose.^, b. 12 rao. 14, 1773; d. in infancy. 

75. Abigail, b. 2 rao. 22, 1776; d. 3 mo. 2, 1S15. 

76. John, b. 6 mo. 16, 1778; d. 3 mo. 29, 1S68. 

77. T.ydia, b. 17S0; d. - . 

78. Thomas, b. 1786; d. 10 rao.. 1S20. 

79 Moses (2nd), b. 2 mo. 2.5, 17SS; d. 2 mo. 16, 1S75. 
SO. Hannah, b. 5 rao. 5, 1790; d. 8 mo.—, 1857. 
81. Norris, b. 6 mo. 15, 1792; d. 5 mo. 10, 1842. 

Ch. of 'Moses Palmer (No. 11) and 2d zvife, Abigail Shurpless, nee Sharp, 

all born in Concord Tw'p., Pa. 

IV— 22. MARTHA PALMER (Moses, John, John), b. 9 mo. 7, 1753; 



22 PALMKR FAMILY. 



d. 2 mo. i8, 1831 ; m. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN* 4 mo. 24. 1772 in Con- 
cord Mtg., oldest son of Rolx:rt Chamberlain t,(], and Ann Painter, of Bir- 
mingham Twp.. (who were m. 3 mo. 2S, 1747) ; b. 2 mo. 28, 1748; d. 4 mo 
21, 1813. 

Joseph was by trade a blacksmith and after residing near the place of 
his nativity several years, removetl with his family to Newark. Del. He and 
Martha took a certificate from Concord Monthly ;Mtg. 5 mo. 4, 1785, to 
Wilmington. Del., for themselves and three children. Margaret. Abraham and 
Robert. After which the meeting records seem to ha\e no further notice of 
jthem. His death, it is said, occurred in the following manner: He was work- 
ling in the garden, and being taken suddenly ill went into the house to pro- 
cure some medicine; in a mistake he partook of something poisonous, which 
paused his death in a short time. 

Their children were: — 

82. Moses, b. 6-20-1773; d. young. 

83. Margaret, b. 9-11-1775; d. 9-18-1834. 

84. Abraham, b. 7-12-1780; d. young. 

85. Robert, b. before 17S5; d. young. 

86. Joseph, b. Jan. 9, 1788: d. Mar. 7, 1849. 

87. Pelrce, b. June 11. 1790; d. Aug. 23. 18.50. 

88. Palmer, b. Dec. 26, 1792: d. Feb. 21. 1867. 

89. Ann, b. Nov. 3, 179-5; d. Nov. 4, 1876. 

Robert Chamberlain. 3d. a son of Robert Chamberlain. Jr.. and his second 
w-ife, Cecily Hall, and Robert, Jr., a son of Robert Chamberlain and his wife, 
Mary, whose maiden name has not been ascertained. This Robert came from 
Wiltshire, England, about 1685. with his mother, then married to her sec- 
ond husband, Francis Hickman. He became an extensive land owner. He 
died in 1732. His children were: Susanna, b. 7-13-1691 : John. b. 101-1692; 
d. 1731; Robert. Jr.. b. 8-17-1694: d. 1731-32; ]y[ar\'. b. 1021-169S; d. 
9-101726; Joseph, b. 2-30-1702; d. 5-30-1772. 

Ann Painter, a dau. of Samuel Painter. Jr.. and Elizabeth Buxey. who 
were m. 4 mo. 17, 17 16, in Concord ]\Itg.. both of the latter probably being 
emigrants with their fathers from England. The elder Samuel Painter was 
an early settler in Birmingham Twp. and his descendants are numerous. He 
and his son. Samuel, Jr.. had been in Philadelphia for a few years previous to 
settling in the country about 1711. 



IV— 23. MOSES PAOrER fMoses. John, Tohn\ b. 4 mo. 12. t7;7: 
d. 8 mo. 29. 1840; m. SARAH PHILLIPS 5 mo. i. 1782. at Hockessin. Del.. 
dan. of William and Mary, of Mill Creek Hundred. Del. She d. 5 mo. 27. 
1789. in her twenty-ninth year. 

M. second wife, HANNAH PENNELL.t 2 mo. 2. 1792. in Concord M. 
H., dau. of Joseph Pennell and Sarah Meredith, of Aston Twho v,-ere married 
3 mo. 5. 1770). b. 12 mo. 17. 1770: d. 8 mo. 30. 180T. 



* "lain." This spelling was adopted early by many of the familv and was rr'^bably the original 
form, though some branches continu? the form Im as mav be noted in this work. 

t Pennell— Th:s name appears to have been derived from Pennal, a parish m .\\errionethshire. 
V/aUes.l 



FOURTH GHNKRATION. 23 



M. third wife, HAXXAH GILPIN, * 10 mo. 10, 1S04, in Concord 
Meeting-house, dau. of Gideon Gilpin and Sarah Gregg-, of Birmingham, b. 
3 mo. 20, 1770; d. II mo. 25, 1858. 

Moses and Sarah settled at the old Palmer homestead, where he contin- 
ued all his life. He carried on the hatting business, and was also extensively 
engaged in farming, becoming, as he advanced in years, possessed of extensive 
land possessions. He was a man of sterling integrity, and occupied a promi- 
nent position in the Society of Friends. He represented the county in the 
State Legislature for four years, from 1798 to 1S02. and at home was much 
engaged in the enterprises of the neighborhood or settling difiTiculties. After 
his death Hannah removed to Cincinnati. O.. and lived with her dau. Hannah 
P. Smith, the rest of her hfe. All except her were buried in Concord Friends' 
grounds. 

By the will of Moses, dated the loth day of 6th month. 1836, he gave 
his wife $2,000; also the use of one-half his house, a horse and cow with their 
keep, firewood, etc. Gave his sons, Gideon G. and Moses D.. his real estate in 
equal shares; also his books in the same way states that his son. William P., 
has had his share of his estate; leaves his son. Pennell, $3,500; his daughter, 
Hannah P. Smith, $2,000; states she has had $1,000. and his daughter. Lydia. 
$3,000. His sons Gideon G. and ]\Ioses D. to be his executors. Will proven 
9 mo. 7, 1840. 

Ancestr}- of Hannah Pennell Palmer — Joseph Pennell. (h. loth mo. i, 
1749; d. 6th mo. 27. 1829:) son of Robert Pennell and Hannah Chamberlin, 
(Joseph 2. Robert i). 

Robert Pennell, son of William Pennell and Marv-- ]\rercer (dau. of 
Thomas and Mary). William Pennell, son of Robert and Hannah, the immi- 
grants, who settled in !Middletown. Pa.. Sarah ^Meredith Pennell (b. 1747: 
d. 2-4-1830) : was a dau. of Moses and Mar>-: ^In=;es ^Teredith, a son of ]\fer- 
cdith David, of Plymouth. Pa. (b. 3-6-1675) e\-idently of Welsh nationalitv. 

The children of IMoses Palmer by first wife, Sarah Phillips, all d. young. 

They were : — 

80. Deborah; 91, Mary, and 92, William. 

Bv second wife. Hannah Pennell. he had 
93. William P., b. 11 mo. 19, 1792; d. 12 mo. 27, ISGS. 

* Ancestry of Hannah Gilpin Palmer— Gideon Gilpin, fb. Sth mo. 4, ITaS: d. Sth mo. 20. 1S25) son 
of Joseph Gilpin. Jr., and Mary Caldwell (who were m. 10 mo. 17, 1129^. The elder Joseph Gilpin; Cson 
of Thomas and Joan of Warborbu^hi was m. to Hannah Glover at Baeihurst in Southamptonshire, En?- 
Imd, 2 mo. 23, 1691 ; thev emigrated to Birminsiham. Chester (now Delaware) co.. Pa., and lived for 
some timt^ in a cave. " It is said that thirteen of fifteen children, with whom they were blessed, were 
bom in this cave, and that their parents lived to see them all grown up. and all but two married, emd 
married to their mind." (Smith's " Hist. IDcl. Co.") 

Of Thom.as Gilpin it Is related that he was an officer of the English army, but joined the Society 
of Friends after the battle of Worcester. September 3. 1651. He was detained in Oxford seven weeks 
for refusing to take an oath. He was fined ;<f20 for having a meeting held at his house -May 29. 1670. 
and for having another June 26. the same year, his house was broken' open by order of a Justice and all 
his household goods removed. In 1672 he was one of 15 persons liberated from O.xford jail by order of 
the King. 

^ He was a descendant through a long line of ancestry from Richard De Guloyn, to whom in 1206, 
uarir.g the reign of King John, the baron of Kendal! gave the .^\anor of Kentmere, for his achievement 
in slaying a wild boar, which infested the forests of Westmoreland and Cumberland. Though there is 
no document earlier than this account, the name is no doubt of Norman ori^n and came with or fol- 
lowed Vvilliam the Conqueror in 1016. The prefix Oe denotes this, and Giipin the name of a family 
^2^te in Norraandv, from which surnames were largely taken. The Saxon influence in time causing 
the prefix— De—to'be dropped. 



24 PALMER FAMILY. 



04. Sally A., b. C rno. 2S. 17?4: d. 2 mo. 2. TS13. 

05. Eliza, b. ^^ mo. 23, 179G; d. mo. 9. 1821. 

06. Pennell, b. 4 mo. 15, 179S; d. 7 mo. 19, 1883. 
97. Robert, b. 3 mo. 1, 1800; d. 2 mo. 10, 1802. 

By third wife. Ilannali Ciilpin. he !^.a<l 

OS. Gideon G., b. 9 mo. 16, 1805; d. 12 mo. 21. 1S94. 

99. Lydia, b. 5 mo. 21, 1807; d. 7 mo. 3, 1856. 

100. Hannah P.. b. 11 mo. 2?, ISOS; d 4 mo. 15, 18S3. 

101. Abigail, b. 12 mo. 9, ISIO: d. 9 mo. 17. 1820. 

102. Moses D., b. 5 mo. 14, 1814; d. 10 mo. 29, 1878. 



IV— 24. JOSEPH PALMER (Moses 3, John 2, John i). b. 4 mo. 21. 
1759; d. 7 mo. 30. 1838; m. HAXXAI-I PETERS 5 mo. 18, 17S5, in Concord 
Meeting-house, dau. of Rees Peters and Catherine Wilson, of Aston (who 
were m. 6 mo. 13, 1764). b. 1767; d. 2 mo. 2S. 1842. Rees, a son of Wilham 
Peters and Catherine, dau. of Robert Wilson. 

Joseph by trade was a shoemaker: he sold the farm willed him by h's 
father to his brother ]\Ioses. and purchased another on the southern cdgre of 
Concord, where, with his family, he continued to reside through life. Both 
were buried at Concord Eriends' grounds. His will dated the 14th of qth 
month, 1835, proven 9 mo. 6. 183S. states that his son Wilson has had his share 
of his estate; then leaves some household goods to his two daughters Penitiah 
P. and Catharine S. Palmer: his wife Hannah P. to have his property her life 
time: then to be equally divided amongst his three daughters Edith Morris. 
Peninah P. and Catharine S. Palmer. 

Their children were as follows, all born in Concord Twp.. Delaware co.. 
Pp. 

103. Catharine, b. 5 mo. 16. 1786; d. 8 mo. 5, 1786. 

104. Roes, b. 8 mo. 25, 1787; d. 7 mo. 13. 1819, unm. 

105. Sarah, b. 6 mo. 22, 1789; d. 7 mo. 9, 1S05. 

106. Edith, b. 5 mo. 6. 1792; d. 7 mo. 25. 186S. 

107. Deborah Ann. b. 3 mo. 3, 1795; d. 8 rao. n, 1S19. num. 

108. Wilson, b. 2 mo. 1, 1798; d. 9 mo. 1851. 
100. Eli, b. 11 mo. 22, 1800; d. 6 mo. 13, 1835. unm. 
110. Peninah, b. 10 mo. 1, 1802; d. 7 mo. 0, 1SS6, nnra. 

Ill Catharine, T, b. 4 mo. 28, 1805; d. 9 mo. 13, 1881, unm. 



IV— 25. ABIGAIL PALMER, b. 8 mo. 26, 1762; d. 3 mo. 5, 1S41 ; 
unm. ; buried at Concord. 



IV— 26. AARON PALMIER (Moses 3. John 2, John iV b 7 mo. 17. 
1765; d. 3 mo. 10, 1842: m. SARAH WILTO'X 6 mo. 3. 1790. dau. of Wil- 
liam and Jane of North Carolina, b. 2 mo. 18. 1767: d. 11 mo. 22, 1834. 

Aaron and Sarah resided near Strickerville. Chester co.. Pa., very near- 
ly at the point of junction of the three States, Pennsylvania, Delaware and 
Maryland. By trade he was a hatter. 

They were probably buried at Brick Mtg. Md. 

Their children were: — 
112. Harriet, b. 6 mo. 28, 1791; d. 1792. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



IIJ. Thomaa Strel, b. 12 mo. 12, 1793; d. 9 mo. 7. 1878. 

m. Jane Ann, b. 4 mo. 13, 1797; d. 3 nio. 3, 1879. '•',,.' 

113 William Wilton, b. 4 mo. 13. 1797; d. 3 mo. 16. 1S69. '^j 

lie. Abraham Sharpless, b. 5 mo. 17. 1799; d. 9 mo. 30, lb72. 

jlT. James, b. 12 mo. 17, 1S03; d. 12 mo. 4, 1S13. ^■'-' 

IV— 27. MARY PALMER (Moses 3, John 2, John i), b. i mo 24, 
176S; d, (no record). The only information respecting- her which I have 
l<:en able to find is, that she m. a man named LOCKHART, witli whom she 
reinuved to the West. They were probably m. about 1785 as at Concord 
Mcmthly Mtg, 4 mo. 5, 17S6. a complaint is made against Mary Lockhart, for- 
merly Palmer, for outgoing in marriage, and she was disowned 6 mo. 7, 1786. 

IV— 28. ANN PALMER (Moses 3. John 2, John i), b. i mo. 9, 1771; 
d. about 1821; m. BENJA^IIX STARR. 3 mo. 10, 1802, in Concord Meet- 
ing-house, son of Joseph Starr and Elizabeth Longstreth*, of Charlesiown, 
Chester co., Pa., in which place Benjamin and Ann resided. Xo ch. 

No record of his b. or d. obtained. 

Line of John, Johx^ Elizabeth. 

Ch. of Elizabeth Palmer (Xo. 12) and Nathaniel Eavensan. All bom in 

Thornbury, Chester Co., Pa. 

IV— 29. ^L\RTHA EAVENSON (Elizabeth 3. John 2, John i), b. 
:ibi. 1748; d. before 3 mo. 14, 1783; m. BENJAMIN JOHNSON about 1769, 
as slie was dealt with by Concord ^^lonthly Meeting for marrying contrary' to 
Its rules, I mo. 3, 1770. No account of their children found, but they had at 
least one child, who probably d. young. 

IV— 30. HANNAH EAVENSON (Elizabeth 3, Tohn 2. John i), b. 

about 1750; d. ; m. MOSES COCK, 12 mo. 10, '1766, of Thornbury, 

-'^on of Benjamin Cock and Ann Brinton, b. 8 mo. 20, 1742; d. ? 

Moses was disowned by Concord .Monthly Meeting. Third mo. 8th, 
'775." no record of their having children can be found, but there is a tradi- 
tion that they had a son who went to New Orleans. 

IV— 31. REBECCA EAVENSON (Elizabeth 3, John 2, John i), b. 

^ nio. I. 1754; d. 9 mo. 23, 1829; m. BENJAMIN JONES , 1773? 

^he made an acknowledgment for marrying out of Meeting in 1774. which 
was accepted 3 mo. 8, 1775. 

Benjamin, son of Reece Jones and Amy Cock, b. 9 mo. 24, 1741; d. 11 
"'O. 10, 1823. His occupation was blaclcsmithing, which he followed in 
liiornbury, Chester (now Delaware) Co.. until the division of his father-in- 



f ranri'i'f,^'^^'^ Lon?strefh was a Jau. of Bartholomew Longstreth and Ann Dawson, who were immi 
%. ^"is ana ancestors of the Fussel! family through their dau. Sarah. iSee FusseU Genealogy. 1 



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26 PALMER FAMILY. 



law's estate. The portion falling to Rebecca was situated in Westown, Ciies- 
ter Co., north of tlie Street-road, and adjoining what is now the Westtowa 
Station on the West Chester and Philadelphia ivailroad. They erected build- 
ings on this land, and removed to it soon after. They were probably buried 
•at Birmingham. 

(Rees Jones, son of Richard Jones and Jane Evans; Richard, son of 
Rees and Hannali Jones of Merion; Amy Cock, a sister to Benjamin (see last 
No.), children of Henry and Mary of Long Island, N. Y.) 

The children of Rebecca aiid Benjamin Jones were: — 

118. Lydia, b. 10 mo. 2, 1774; d. 12 mo. 4, 1824. 

119. Elizabeth, b. 1 mo. 4. 1777; d. 11 mo. 2S, 1S55. 

120. Amy, b. 7 mo. 24, 1779; d. S mo. 1, 1779. 

121. Phebe, b. 10 mo. 20, 17S1; d. S mo. 18, 1859. 

122. Hannah, b. 1 mo. 7, 1784; d. 3 mo. 9, 1S63. 

123. Benjamin, b. 7 mo. 1, 178G; d. 7 mo. 17, 1859. 

124. John, b. 8 mo. 26, 17SS; d. 6 mo. 14, 1S5S. 

125. Sidney, b. 11 mo. 13, 1792; d. 2 mo. 24, 1877. 

126. Amy (2nd), b. 11 mo. 1, 1795; d. 3 mo. 8, 1872. 

127. Rebecca, b. 12 mo. 20, 1797; d. 1 mo. 29, 1884. 

128. Rees, b. 10 mo. 15, 1800; d. 8 mo. 1, 1832. 

IV— 32. JEMLMA EAVEx\SON (Elizabeth 3. John 2, John i), b. dr- 
ca 1748; d. circa, 1S05; m. BENJAMIN KIRGAN 1782, son of Hugh Kir- 
gaii and Mary Hawley. She was disowned by Concord Monthly Mtg. for 
outgoing in marriage 4 mo. 9, 1783. She d. in Westtown, intestate, and let- 
ters of administration were taken out by Benjamin Jones May 6, 1805. No 
record of Benjamin's birth or death found. The names of two children have 
been given, to wit : — 

129. Elizabeth. . • . • - 

130. VaJentine. . ' ;• / ; ' 5 . : i ; ; 

IV— 33. ELIZABETH EAVENSON (Elizabeth, John, John), b. 8 mo. 
^5> 1759; d. 8 mo. 10, 1S3S; m. ANTLIONY ^^lORRIS 12 mo. 4, 1784, son 
of John Morris, Jr., and Ann Jones, b. 8 mo. 25, 1747; d. 6 mo. 11, 1832. He 
was buried at Concord ]vltg. and she at Ercildoun. Elizabeth was disowned by 
Concord Monthly Mtg. for outgoing in marriage 6 mo. 4. 1785, but was re- 
instated 9 mo. 5. 1804, and continued in membership with Friends the rest 
of her life.* She was m. soon after the division of her father's estate. Her 

*Her acknov>Ie<!gement is as follows: — 
To th© Monthly Meeting of Friends at Concord: 

Esteemed Friends, 

Whereas I the subscriber having had my birth and education amonjc^t 
friends, but through un'.vatchfulness gave way to my ov.-n natural inclination so ae to 
accomplish my marriage bj' the aJ5sist.ance of a baptist teacher, to a man not in mem- 
bership with Friends; for which misconduct I was justly testified against some yef.ry 
ago; but being now favoured with a sense of my transgression, can truly say, I am 
sincerely soit\' therefor, and much desire to be reconciled to my friends; by the accept- 
ance of this my acknowledgment as my future conduct may deserve. 9 mo. 5. 1S04. 

(Signed) Elizabeth Morris. 

Note. — John iTorris, .Jr., was b. in Wales in 1705 and Married Ann Jones in 1738. 
They had ten children there being besides Anthony, Susannah. Ann, I>€«a}i, Mary, IsaAC, 
Elizabeth, Ruth, Lewis and Morris. The father was a son of John Morris who with his 
wife Gean arrived in America in 1708. He died in 1748. They had five children. John 
Jr., Mary, Elizabeth, Gean and IMargaret. They probably settled in Bucks Co., Pa. 



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j.-rtion was soutli of the street road in Thombury Twp. vvheroon they re- 
Mcicil until Anthony's dcith. She afterwards Hved with her son Joseph. The 
fann eventually Ix^came the pro[>erty of Samuel J. Sharpless, a Philadelphia 
nierchant, who made extensive and modem improvements on it, and which be- 
came his summer residence. 

The children were: — 

\?.\. Benjamin, b. 1785; d. 9 mo. 24, 1S54. l, , , . 

131'. Nathaniel, b. 12 mo. 8, 17S7; d. lS2tJ. ' ' ' . 

l.r,. John, b. 12 mo. 3, 17S9; d. 12 mo. 22, 1S73. 

134. Joseph, b. 10 mo. IS, 1791; d. 3 mo. 31, 1S70. 

135. Richard, b. 10 mo. 20, 1793; d. about 180S. 

136. Hannah, b. 7 mo. 26, 1795; d. about 1S15. 

137. Phebe, b. 12 mo. 26, 1797; d. 10 mo. 1835. 
IZ$. Kliza, b. 10 mo. 17, ISOO; d. 3 mo. 10, 1867. 

IV— 34. RICHARD EAVIXSOX (Elizabeth, Jolm, John), b. ?; 

d. I mo. II, 1771; bur. the 13th — Benj. Hawley's diary. He probably d. a 
young man and unm. as no notice is taken of any issue in the settlement of his 
lather's estate in 1785. 

Line OF JoHX, John, Martha. 

Ch. of Martha Palmer {No. 14) and William Chamberlin. 

IV— 35. MOSES CHAMBERLIN (.Martha, John. John), b. about 
1750; d. ; m. SARAH CAXBY Feb. 14, 1782, by \Vm. Rog- 

ers, Baptist 3.1in. in Philadelphia, dau. of Jesse and Lydia Canby, of Goshen, 
lie was disowned by Concord fleeting lor outgoing in marriage 8 mo. 7, 1782. 
The only information of him given was that he lived to be an oldish man and 
left no children. 

IV— 36. JOHN CHAMBERLIN CMaitha, John. John), b. i mo. 6, 
1752; d. 4 mo. 18, 1825; m. ELIZABETH MOTE 1774; dau. of 

John (or possibly Jacob) Mote. Record of her birth and death not found. 

M. second wife, JANE THOMPSON, 1795. dau. of Daniel Thompson 
nnd Ann Baker, b. 9 mo. 15, 1767; d. 2 mo. 26, 1829. 

John owned and resided on a farm in East Bradford, Chester co., Pa. 

His children by first wife. Elizabeth Mote, were: — 

139. Jacob, b. 9 rao. 7, 1775; d. 1 mo. 16, 1855. 

140. Titus, b. 9 mo. 17, 1777: d. 11 mc. 30, 1851. 

141. Hannah, b. 12 mo. 25. 1779; d. 11 mo. 13, 1844. 

142. Elizabeth, b. 8 mo. 15, 17S2; d. 3 mo. 5, 1858. • 

143. .Mary, b. 12 mo. 29, 178 4; d. 11 mo. 29, 1S70. ' .' 

144. Amy, b. 2 mo. 23. 1787; d. 9 mo. 19. 1872. 

145. John, b. about 1790; d. ? . •• ^ ■ 

By second wife, Jane Thomson, were: — 

HC. Joseph, b. 4 mo. 13, 1796: d. 9 mo. 21, 1801. 

147. Lydia, b. 9 rao. 25, 1797; d. mo. 14, 1801. 

148. Isaac, b. 12 mo. 20, 1799; d. 8 mo. 30, 1825. . ; 
14S. Martha, b. 12 mo. 21. ISOl; d. 7 tuo. 11, 1825. 



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150. Palmer, b. 4 mo. 11. 1S03; d. 3 mo. 18. 1885. 

151. Ann, b. 4 mo. 29, 1S05: d. 7 mo. 17, 1S28. 

152. Sarah, b. S mo. «. 1S07; d. 3 mo. 22, 1833. 



IV— 37. ISAAC CHAMBERLIN (Martha 3, John 2, John i), b. about 
1754; m. KLIZABETH MOORE. They resided in Marlborough, Chester 
CO., Pa. She d. 5 mo., 1846, and Isaac several years before. No ch. Xo 
further account of them received. An Isanc Chamberhn was dealt with by 
Concord ^lonthly Meeting of Friends 3 mo. 7, 17S7, for outgoing in mar- 
riage. 

Letters were granted upon his estate Nov. 25, 1831, to wife Elizabeth and 
Enoch Moore, but the latter being deceased, the name of Benjamin Parker 
was substituted. 



IV— 38. HANNAH CHA.MBERLIN (Martha 3, John 2, John i), (no 
date obtained respecting her birth or death) ; m. ABRAHA^vI CLARK* 4 mo. 
21, 1 77 1, by Rev. Israel Acrelius at the Old Swedes church, Wilmington, Del- 
aware. She was disowned 9 mo. 4, 1771, for being married by a priest and 
against her parents' consent. He was probably an immigrant. They resided 
at various localities in Chester co.. Pa., where he followed fanning. He at 
one time suffered a distraint of property for refusing to train with the militia. 
After Hannah's death he m. a second wife by whom he had a dau. Sarah, 
who m. William Stone. He d. suddenly and letters of administration were 
granted upon his estate Aug. 24, 18 19. 

The children of Hannah and Abraham Clark were: — 

153. William, b. 1771; d. 10 mo. ISIS. 

154. Lydia, b. 9 mo. 28, 1773; d. 11 mo. 21, 1856. 

155. Hannah, b. 7 1110. 22, 1778; d. 1 mo. 14, 1863. 

156. Isaac, b. 9 mo. 17, 1780; d. 1 mo. 1862. 

157. Ann, b. 1782; d. 7 mo. 1839. 

158. Mary, b. 1781; d. young. 

159. Martha, b. 10 mo., 17SG; d. 9 mo. 18, 1870. 

IV— 39. LETTICE CHAMBERLIN (Martha, John, John), b. 
d. ?; m. JAMES WOODWARD 9 mo. 16, 1789, in Londengrove 

Mtg., son of John Woodward and Sarah Barnard, of West Bradford, b. i 
mo. 27, 1756. They settled first in New Garden whence he had taken a cer- 
tificate from Bradford in 1787 and she one from Concord 12 mo. 3, 1788. 
They afterwards renioved to Nottingham, and probably thence to the West, 
but no further information of them received. 

IV— 40. MARTHA CHAMBERLIN b. ; d. ; Mar- 

tha Hinton. formerly Chamberlin. v/as complained against to Concord Mtg. 9 
mo. 3, 1788, for marriage by a Baptist minister and disowned 11 m.o. 5, 1788. 

* NOTE— Clark— This name is different spellint; of Clerk, its meaning is the san-.a as Clergy— one 
in holy orders, a man of letters. Clerk is still the legal appellation of a clergyman in England. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 2^ 



IV— 41. MARY CHA.MBERLIX, b. ; d. . Mary 

Bell, formerly Chamberlain, was complained ag^ainst to Concord Mtg. for out- 
going in marriage 4 mo. 3, 1793, and disowned 5 mo. 8, 1793. 



IV— 42. ELIZABETH CIIAMBERLIX b. ; d. . Eliz- 

abetli Miller, fonnerly Chamberlain, was complained against to Concord Mtg. 
2 mo. 8, 1797, for improper conduct and outgoing in marriage and disowned 
4 mo. 5, 1797. 

Line of Joiin^ Johx^ John. 

Ch. of John Palmer {No. J/) and Hannah Pylc, all bom in Concord, Chester 

(now Delaware) co., Pa. 

IV— 43. ASHER PALMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b. 1759; 

d. 5 mo. 20, 1817; m. ALICE 2MALIX 10 mo. 17, 1782; dau. of Gideon Ma- 
lin and Phebe Bowman, of Chester, Pa., b. ?; d. 2 mo. 2, 1839. 

Asher and Alice soon after their marriage removed to within the limits 
of Kennett Meeting, taking a certihcate from Concord ^Monthly ^^leeting 5 
mo. 5, 1784. By trade he was a blacksmith, and probably removed a few 
times. 

He returned to Concord at the death of his father, bringing a certificate 
from Chester Monthly [Meeting 10 mo. 9. 1793, for himself, wife and four 
children. They then settled on his father's land, of which he became the ov/n- 
er. He afterwards sold a portion of the farm, including the old buildings, to 
his brother Joseph, and then erected new buildings on the remaining part and 
resided thereon the rest of his life; both were buried at Concord Friends' 
grounds. By his will dated 3 mo. 3, 181 5, he left his wife all his personal prop- 
erty and the use of his real estate during life or widowhood on condition of 
her maintaining his son Morris; if she should marry she should still have the 
use of real estate if Morris chose to live with her. If he chose to live with 
his sister, Susanna, then she to have the rent of his real estate, and his wife 
then to have $16 per year. At the death of Morris and death or marriage of 
his widow, the property to be sold and proceeds equally divided among his 
four remaining children. 

The children of Asher and Alice were : — 
lf.O. Joseph, b. 2 mo. 4, 1785; d. 9 mo. 17, 1842. 
Itn. Susanna, b. 6 mo. 27, 1787; bur. 8 mo. 3, 1S24. 
102. Morris, b. 7 mo. 12, 1790; d. 1S2G. 

163. Hulda, b. 1793; d. 1799. 

Nolo. — Gidion Malin the father of Alice (d. 11 mo. 2G, 179G, aged 71 years). He was 
a son of Jaoob Malin and Susanna Jones and Jacob {b. 1686, d. 1727), a son of Randal 
Malin and Elizabeth who emigrated from Great Barrow in the County Palatine of 
Chester, England, about 1683 and settled in Upper Providence, Pa. He was the pur- 
chaser of 2riO acres of land by deeds of lease and release dated 6th and 7th of March 
16S1. He was a grand juror at a court held at Chester 10th month, 1684. His wife 
Elizabeth died 7tli mo.. 16S7, and in 2d month, 10:^2, he m. Mary Conoway. widow of 
Thomas Conoway and dau. of Valentine Hollinesworth, of New- Castle County. He was 
a minister in the Society of Friends and in 1727 removed within the limits of Goshen 
Monthly Mtg. Phebe Powman the mother of Alice Malin (d. 2-21-lSlO) dau. of Henry 
and Hannah Bowman who emigrated from Derbyshire, England, to these parts. 



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30 PALMER FAMILY. 



164. Alice, b. 5 mo. 2, 1796; d. 10 mo. 31, 1847. 

165. Phebe, b. S mo. 5, 1798; d. 3 mo. 15, 1S3S. 



IV— 44. HANNAH PALMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b. (no rec- 
ord) ; d. 2 mo. 25, 1S03; m. BENJA^H.X ^L\RTIN about 1789, son of Abra- 
ham Martin and Lydia (\\'eldin) Hewes (who were m. 5 mo. 14, 1752), b. 
7 mo. 2, 1760; d. 2 mo. 24, 1S43. a brother to Hannah (:Martin) Pahner (see 
No. 21). In regard to this m. we find that a complaint was made at Coi>l 
cord Monthly :\Itg. i mo. 6. 1790, that Hannali Martin, formerly Palmer, 
has accomplished her marriage by the assistance of a magistrate with one not 
in membership with us. She, however, made the following acknowledgment, 
which was accepted and she was retained in membership with Friends. 

"To Concord Monthly Meeting the 5th of 5th mo., 1790. ;.. ,, 

Dear Friends: . • • 

Whereas I through unwatchfulness or inattention to the dictates of Truth 
have so far gone out of the right way, as to accomplish my marriage with a man not 
belonging to our Society by the assistance of a Justice of the Peace, without the knowl- 
edge of my Parents; for all which conduct I am sorry and do condemn as inconsistent 
with the purity of Truth professed by us as a people, hoping by my future conduct 
to evidence the sincerity of this my offering and desire to be continued under the Chris- 
tiaoi care of Friends." 

(Signed) HANNAH MARTIN. 

Benjamin and Hannah resided in Aston Twp., where he inherited the 
land of his ancestors. He was distinguished as a public spirited man and suc- 
cessful fanner; he survived his wife within one day of forty years. They were 
buried at IMiddletown Friends' grounds. 

By his will dated 4th of 3rd mo., 1842, he gave his son, Thomas, all his 
estate by paying his debts and $400 to each of his daughters, viz.. Sarah. Hat- 
ton, ]Mary Newlin and Lydia Marshall and to children of his deceased sen, 
John Martin, the same share. 

The children of Hannah and Benjamin ]\Iartin were : — 

166. Mary, b. 5-30-1790; d. 9-4-1864. 

167. Sarah, b. 12-10-1791; d. 8-3-1SS2. 

168. Abraham, b. 9-21-1793; d. 11-14-1793. 

169. John, b. 4-4-1795; d. 2-16-1838. 

170. Lydia, b. 8-21-1797; d. 10-31-1862. : ■ ' 

171. Thomas, b. 3-21-1799; d. 4-25-1870. 

172. Asher, b. 11-16-1800; d. 9-1-1S06. ^ 

IV— 45. JOHN PALMIER (John. John. John), b. (no record) ; d. i mo. 
1803; m. ELLEN WADDELL about iSoi. Fie died leaving on.e child, and 
Ellen for many years resided with Curtis Hoopes in Chester co.. but of her 

Note. — Abraham Martin was a son of Thomas :^^al•tin and Mary Knight of Middle- 
tov,Ti (b. 4 mo. 2S, 1729: d. 1 mo. 24. ISll). Resided in A:^tcn, Mary Knight being a dau. 
of Giles Knight and Mar>' English of Bvberry, Pa., from Gloucestei-shire, England. 
Thomas Martin, (born in England 7 mo. 16, IGSl; d. 8 mo. 3. 17G3), son of John and Eliza- 
beth Martin from Edgcott in the county of Bucks. England. John took up 3.50 acres of 
land in Middletown twp, Pa., which was surveyp.l D^^c. 10, 1GS2. Both father and son 
appeared to havp resided in Middletown. Lydia (Weldin) Hewes. the mother of Ben- 
jamin Martin, was first the widow of Isaac Hewes and a dau. of Benjamin Weldin and 
Hannah Hurford (who were m. 10 mo. 19, 172S) b. 1729, d. 1779,— residents of 
Aston twp. 



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parentage nothing can be found. She hved to an advanced age. She was bur- 
ied 2 mo. 4, 1849, at Concord i-'riends' grounds. 

They had one child : — 
173. Mary, b. ISOl; d. 6 mo. 28, 1867. 



IV— 46. JOSEPH PALiMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b. 11 mo. 13, 
1761; d. 7 mo. 13, 1S40; m. SARAH KESTER 6 mo. 2^, 1791, in Concord 
M.-H., dau. of Samuel Kester and Susanna \\'ebster, b. 7 mo. 22, 1768; d. 5 
mo. 21, 1 84 1. After the death of his father, Joseph purchased of his brother 
Asher a part of the paternal farm, 5 mo. 11, 1794, upon which he and Sarah 
continued all their lives. In conjunction with farming he also followed the 
trade of a saddler. Both were buried at Concord. 

By his will dated 9 mo. 23, 1839, Joseph left his property to be sold and 
the proceeds to be equally divided amongst his children except son Samuel, to 
have $200, and daughters Sarah and Amy i^ioo each extra. Samuel and Sus- 
anna Kester were at one time residents of Birmingham, Pa., but removed to 
Kingswood, New Jersey. Their dau., Sarah Kester, returned to the neighbor- 
hood of Concord and brought a certificate from Kingswood ^Itg., N. J., dated 
II mo. 14, 17S2, which was accepted by Concord Mtg. 4 mo. 9, 17S3, hence 
she was a resident here at the time of their marriage. 

The children of Joseph and Sarah Palmer were : — 

174. Samuel, b. 3 mo. 16, n?2; d. 10 mo. 16, 1865. 

175. Susanna, b. 7 mo, 9, 1793; d. 11 mo. 5, 1S31. 

176. John, b. 7 mo. 9, 1794; d. S mo. 19, 1S74. 

177. Hannah, b. 10 mo. IS, 1796; d. 3 mo. 21, 1859. 

178. Rachel, b. 3 mo. 20, 1798; d. 7 mo. 8. 1S6S. 

179. Joseph, b. 9 mo. 23, 1799; d. young. 

180. Sidney, b. 6 mo. 8, 1801; d. young. 

ISl. George, b. 4 mo. 28, 1803; d. 3 mo. 11, 1867. 

182. Jesse, b. 5 mo. 15, 1805; d. 8 mo. 2, 1851. 

183. Sarah, b. 3 mo. 18, 18u7; d. 6 mo. 27, 1864. 

184. Amy, b. 5 mo. 14, 1811; d. 12 mo. 5, 1886. 



IV— 47. BENJAMIN PALMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b. 1764; 
d. 5 mo. 17, 1S39; m. ANNA KESTER 4 mo. 22, 1789, in Concord M.-H., 
dau. of John Kester and Hannah Webster, b. 10 mo. 18, 1769; d. i mo. 11, 

1853. 

Benjamin and Anna removed to Fishing Creek, Columbia Co., Pa., soon 
after their marriage, and took a certificate from Concord Meeting 11 mo. 7, 
1792, to Exeter Altg. He was a blacksmiili, but after a few years purchased 
a farm and settled in Pine Grove, Eldred twp.. Lycoming Co., Pa., and fol- 
lowed farming. In her later years Anna v/as called "Aunt Nancy." They 
were buried at Quaker Hill. 

I have been unable to determine whether any relationship existed be- 
tween John Kester and Samuel (see No. 46), but presume they were brothers. 

The children of Benjamin and Anna were: — 

185. Samuel, b. 1790; d. 1863. 

186. Hannah, b. 8-21-1791; d. 1-3-1874. 

187. George, b. 7-19-1793; d. 11-16-1881. . 



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32 PALMER FAMILY. 



1S8. Amy, b. 1795: d. 1835. 

189. John, b. 179S; d. 1815. 

190. Peter, b. 7-24-U;00; d. 11-5-1SS9. 

191. Isaac K., b. :)-4-lSi>2: d. 7-22-1S91. 
192 Mary K., b. 11-13-1S05; d. 8-31-1SS9. 
is:]. Joseph K., b. 12-31-1,S0S; d. 4-11-lSSl. 

194. Daniel, b. 2-28-lSlO- d. 5-28-1SS6. 

195. Rachel, b. 8-21-1S12; d. S-7-1S94. 
190. liuth, b. 7-23-1S14; d. 9-6-1872. 



IV— 48. GEORGE PALMER (John 3, John 2. John i), b. 1770; d. 9 
mo. 21, 1S39: m. SARAH EYRE 5 mo. 30. 1799 (they were dealt with for 
marrpng out of ?^Ieeting 9 mo. 4. 1799), dau. of John and Rebecca, b. 4 mo. 
19, 1772; d. 8 mo. 10. 1S61. Both were buried at Concord Friends' grounds. 

George and Sarah hved at Chelsea (formerly known as Corner Ketch) 
in Bethel, Delaware co., Pa., where he owned a small farm and carried on 
blacksmithing. No. ch. He made no will, and his heirs being very much 
scattered his estate has never been fully settled. ^^lany inquiries have been 
made concerning it. but the projx^rtionate shares were so small that it did not 
pay to go to the expense of their collection. 

John Eyre, son of William and Ann, of Bethel, m. Rebecca Sharpless 
1760, dau. of Daniel Sharpless and Sarah Coppick. Daniel being a son of 
John Sharpless, who emigrated with his father, also John, from England and 
settled near Chester, Pa., in 1682. 



IV— 49. ELIZABETH PALMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b (no rec- 
ord) ; d. 9 mo. 24, 1S23; m. LEVI PYLE 3 mo. 21, 1793. by Thomas Chey- 
ney, Esq., of Thornbury, Pa. He was a brother to Nathan and Job (see next 
two Nos.). No record of his birth or death received. 

They removed to Western Pennsylvania about 1802. He was an auc- 
tioneer, also a shoemaker. After Elizabeth's death he m. second wife, and re- 
moved to Cincinnati, O., and no further account of them received. 

Their children were : — 

1?7. T.ecce. b. 10 mn. 9, 179.*?; d. 11 mo. 12. 1S46. 

198. Hannah, b. 1795; d. mo. 30, 1S2G. 

11:9. Amy, b. 1 mo. 22, 1797; d. 11 mo. 17, 1S70. 

200. James, b. 1799; d. 1834. 

201. Levi, Jr., 9 mo. 22, 1801; d. 7 mo. 13, 1S71. . . "• 

202. Reason, b. ?; d. 11 mo. 26, 1844 unm. " • . 

203. John. b. ?; d. . ' 

204. Piancina, d. 9 mo. 27, 1834. 



IV— 50. :^L-\RTHA PALMER (John 3. John 2. John i), b. about 
1775; d. ?; m. NATHAN PYLE about 1791, brother to Levi and 

job (Nos. 49 and 51), no record of his birth or death was furnislied. She 
was dealt with by Concord Monthly Meeting for outgoing in marriage from 
10 mo. 5, 1791, to 4 mo. I, 1792, when she was disowned; but she made an 
acknowledgment to the same meeting, which was accepted 11 mo. 6. 1811. 
She then took a certificate of membership to Westland Monthly Meeting, Fay- 



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ettc Co., Pa., 12 mo. 4, 181 1. He was a blacksmith and augermaker, and 
about 1802 they removed to Western Pennsylvania. 

Their children were : — 

205. Eliza, b. 7 mo. 1793; d. 7 mo. 4, 182.5. 

206. Curtis, b. 6 mo. 6, 1795; d. 1 mo. 22, 1S67. 

207. Phebe, b. 4 mo. 9, 1797; d. ? 

208. Hannah, b. 2 mo. 2S, 1799; d. 7 mo. 24, 1802. 

209. Gforge Palmer, b. 4 mo. 9. 1801; d. ? 

210. William, b. 2 mo. 28, 1804. 

211. Nathan, b. 10 mo. 7. 1806; d. 11 mo. 2.5. 182S. 

212. John, b. 4 mo. 12, 1812; d. 11 mo. 18, 1834. 

IV— 51. AMY PALMER (John 3. John 2, John i), b. i mo. 14. 1778; 
d. 4 mo. 9, 1845; m. JOB PYLE* about 1797, a brother to Levi and Nathan 
(Nos. 49 and 50), b 7 mo. 5, 1776; d. 9 mo. 10. 1851. She was disowned by 
Concord Monthly ]\Ieeting for outgoing in marriage 5 mo. 9, 179S. By trade 
he was a tailor. They removed in 1802 to East Bethlehem, Washington Co.. 
Pa., where they permanently settled. 

Their children were: — 

213. Sarah, b. 2 mo. 11. 1798: d. 11 mo. 21, 1?25. 

214. Adam, b. 6 mo. 15. 1799: d. 8 mo. 4, 1872. 

215. Lydia. b. 12 mo. 5. 1800; d. S mo. 5, 1842. 
21fi. Abigail, b. 9 mo. 12. 1802: d. 10 mo. 31. 1833. 

217. Eli Jlartln. b. 12 mo. 9, 1803; d. 1 mo. 13. 1873. 

218. Amy, b. 10 mo. 23. 1S05; d. 7 mo. 13. 1871. 

219. Hannah, b. 9 mo. 9. IS07; d. 1 mo. 12, 18S9. 

220. Harlen. b. 10 nio. 5. 1803; d. 3 mo. IS, 1877. 

221. Phcbe. b. 9 mo. 26, 1811; d. ? 

222. Mary b. 9 mo. 3, 1S13; d. 9 mo. 22. same vear. 

223. Job. b. 11 mo 26. 1816; d. 10 mo. 9. 1891. 

224. Norris, b. 5 mo. 2, 1819; d. 9 mo. 23, 1895. 

IV— 52. ABIGAIL PALMIER (John 3. John 2. lohn i), b. about 1780: 
d. 6 mo. 20, 1S26; m. FREDERICK STIMBLE 1S05. She was dealt with 
by Concord Mo. Mtg. for outgoing in marriage from 3 mo. 5 to 7 mo, 9, 
1806, when she was disowned. They resided in Chichester, Delaware Co., 
Pa. No. issue. He m. a second wife by whom he had a son named 
Frederick Stimble, Jr. 

IV— 53. ISAAC PALMER (John 3, John 2, John i), b. 17S2; d. 12 
mo. 12, 1802. 

Note. — The foregoing three brothers were the sous of Levi Pyle and Margaret 
Johnson (who were m. about 1767, she being an emigrant from Ireland). He was 
disowned by Concord ?vTo. Mtp. 9 mo. 9 1767, for marrln^ge by a priest to one not a 
Kriend. He was a cabinet-maker and they resided at Thornton. Del. Co.. Pa. She d. 
in 1791 in her 41?.t year, but no record of his birth or death appears. They had eleven 
children among whom the three above named are found. Levi was the son of Jacob 
Pyle and Jane Sharpless of Thornbury twp. (who were m. 8 mo. 22. 1740. in Concord 
^'tp). Jane Sharpless was a si^^ter to William the first h'i:^'iand of Abigail Sharp, who 
^■a-s later the 2nd wife of .Mo5:-.s Palmer. (Sec No. 11.) Jacob Pyle was the son of John 
Pyle and Susanna Chamberlin (Rob«-'rtl) and John Pyle a son of Robert Pyle and Ann 
Stovey the emigrants. From the.se circumstances a relationship of third cousins exist- 
ed b<;tv,ecn the three brothers and their wives. 



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34 PALMER FAMILY. 



He learned the trade of a saddler with John Palmer (No. 36), but was 
taken sick and died a few days previous to coming of ac^'^e. It may also be 
noticed that his mother, brother John and sister Hannah died near the same 
time. 

I Line of John^ Ai.ice^ Abigail. - ' 

Ch. of Abigail Buffington (No. 18) mid Edward Seed. 
IV— 54. ABIGAIL SEED, b. circa 1742. 

IV— 55. ADAM SEED (Abigail, Alice. John), b. 1744; d. 10 ...o. 

I, 1823, at New Castle, Del. ; m. ALICE WHITE, 8 mo. 2, 1770, b. 
1738; d. 9 mo. 7, 1823. 

IV— 56. RICHARD SEED, 



IV— 57. GEORGE SEED (Abigail Alice. John), b. 1750; 

d. II mo. 25, 1S36.; m. MARGARET HOOPES. She d. 3 mo. 27, i820,^of 
Palsy. Issue. 
225. Emmor Seeds, d. 10 mo. 18, 1860; aged 82 years. 

He m. Ann Cloud, who was b. 3 mo. 1 1, 1782 ; d. 7 mo. 5, 1857, and they 
had ch. 

865. Margaret, b. 4 mo. 12, ISOO; d. 3 mo. 1, 1883. 

866. Hannah, b. 4 mo. 13, 1S02; d. 7 mo. 24. 1865, unm. 

867. Sarah, b. 10 mo. 2, 1804; d. 8 mo. 25. 1826. 

868. Sidney, b. 2 mo. 29, 1808: d. 11 mo. 27, 1874. . • • 

869. Eliza, b. 4 mo. 25, 1810: d. 11 mo. 14. 1888. • 

870. Emmor, b. 4 mo. 30, 1812; d. 10 mo. 3, 1891. 

871. Ann, b. 7 mo. 2, 1815; d. 11 mo. 26, 1903. 

872. Ruth, b. 4 mo. 25, 1813; d. 

226. Jonathan Seeds, b. ; d- 5 nio. 10, 1817; m. Mary Cloud, b. 

5 mo. 9, 1778; d. 5 mo. 25, 1838; sister of Ann Cloud above. 

Children : — 

873. George, b. 10 mo. 7, 1797; d. 12 mo. 17, 1865. 

874. Ruth, died unmarried. 

875. Abigail, died unmarried. 

876. Mary Ann, b. d. 11 mo. 20, 1879; m. Riley Brovn. 



IV— 58. JAMES SEED. 



IV— 59. MARY SEED (Abigail. Alice, John), b. 5 mo. 13. 1754; d. 7 
mo. 15, 1832; m. DANIEL GRAHA};! June 'zy, 1772. " 
By second husband, David Fling. 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 35 



IV--60. ALICE FLIXG, (Abigail. Alice, John), m. McNAMEE. 

Keiwrted to have had 12 ch. and to have removed to Hag;ersto\vn, Md. 

. IV— 61. JOHN FLING. 

IV— 62. PHEBE FLING (Abigail. Alice, John), b. May — , 1755; d. 
June 23, 1848; m. JOSEPH BALDWIN. 

IV— 63. HANNAH FLING (Abigail, Alice, John). 

IV— 64. DAVID FLING (Abigail, Alice. John), d. April 5. 1844, in 
his 82d year; m. TABITFIA WILSON. There were probably ch. in this 
family as there are records of the death of this name brothers and sisters, viz. 
James Fling, d. Jan. 30, 1S73; Hannah Fling, d. 2 mo. 18. 1876; John Fling, 
d. 7 mo. 12, 1S76. aged 71 years, 3 mo.. 2 days. All buried at Marshalton. 

Line of John, Alice, Alice. 

Ch. of Alice Bufiington {No. 20) and Robert Mc Arthur. 

IV— 65. JOHN McARTHUR (Alice. Alice. John). He is reported to 
have gone to Delaware. 

By second husband. James Hance. 

IV— 66. JOSEPFI HANCE. (Alice. Alice. John), b. :^Iay 21, 1750; d. 
Oct. 28, 1825. 

IV— 67. MARY HANCE (Alice. Alice, John), b. June 11. — : d. 
circa 1793. ^•i"'ni. She made her v.ill i mo. 20. 1792, which was proven 2 mo. 
^^ J793- ^11 which she mentions breathers James. Joseph. Richard and sisters 
Hannah, Ruth, Ann Morton and half brother John Mc Arthur. 

IV— 68. HANNAH HANCE (Alice. Alice, John), b. Sept. 14, ; 

d. 

IV— 69. ANN HANCE (Alice. Alice. Iohn\ b. : d. ; 

m. BENJAMIN MORTON, son of Samuel Morton and Hannah Taylor 
(Benjamin, Joseph), b. g mo. 2G, 1765; d. ? Probably resided at 

Mcrtonville. Chester co.. Pa. 

They had issue: — 

'27. Ruth, b. d. at 12 years of age. 

^2S. Joshua, b. 1 mo. 13, 1701; d. 2 mo. 2, 1S72. 

228. Hannah, b. 

--0. Alice, b. d. unm. 

i;31. Mary, 

2-2. Sarah. 

2*53. Susan, unjn. 

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IV— 70. JAMES HANCE (Alice, Alice, John), b. June 29, 1761; 
d. 

IV— 71. RICHARD HAXCE (Alice. Alice, John), 

lV—7iy2. RUTH HAXCE (Alice, Alice, John), b. ; d. ; 

m. JESSE JONES. In 1S27 they lived in I^Iason Co., Ky. 

The line of Alice Palmer Buftlngton will not be traced farther, the data 
being so fragmentory as to preclude definite work. ^ , 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Line of Johx i, John 2, Moses 3, John. 

Ch. of John Palmer {Xo. 21) and HannaJi Martin, all born in Concord town- 
ship, Chester (now Delaware) co.. Pa., and, according to the best infor- 
mation on the origir.al Palmer tract of land. 

V—y2. BE^7AMIX PALMER (John, Closes, John, John), b. 2 mo. 
2<'\ 1770; d. ID mo. 2, 1824; m. ANN PENNELL (no precise date found, 
but Benjamin was complained against for marrying out of Friends' Meeting 
9 mo. 3, 1800; hence they were probably m. the fore part of that year). She 
was a dau. of James Pennell^and Lydia \\"alter, b. 7 mo. 12, 1778; d. 8 mo. 
24. 1851. She was taken into Friends' 3,Itg. 11 mo. 7, 1810. at Concord, and 
lc>ok a certificate to Chester ]Mtg. 4 mo. 2/, 1837. 

They resided at Ixigtown in Aston township. Delaware co.. Pa., he hav- 
ing purchased part of the ]\Iartin tract of land, where he kept a store and post- 
olnce. Aiter his death Ann resided principally in Upper Providence township, 
same county, where she was familiarly known as "Aunt Xancy." Both were 
buried at Concord. Benjamin made his zcill the day of his death, in which he 
left his property to his wife during her life or widowhood, then to be sold and 
the proceeds equally divided amongst his children or their heirs. He made an 
acknowledgment for his outgoing in marriage, which was accepted and re- 
'corded 2 mo. 4, 1801. 

Their ch. were: — 

237. James Pennell, b. 2-26-lSOl; d. 12-10-1860. 

238. Susan, b. 8-20-1802; d. 6-16-1S65. 

239. T. Chalklev. b. 6-8-180-i; d. 2-4-1883. 

240. John. b. 7-14-1806; d. 3-16-1823. 

241. Abraham Martin, b.. 7-25-180S; d. 12-6-1834. 

242. Benjamin, Jr., b. 9-19-1811; d. 8-27-1841. 

243. Lydia Ann. b. 5-18-1815: d. 2-27-1816. 

244. Catharine S., b. 5-12-1817; d. 2-27-1904. 



y~73. ABRAHAM PALMER (John, Moses. John, John) b. 12 mo. 



Note. — James Pennell was the son of James Pennell and Jemima ^!;atlack, the 
elder James being a sen of Vv'illiam Pennell. who vras a son of Robert anl Hannah, -who 
•were immigrants and settled in Middletown, Chester (now Delaware! co.. in 1686. 
Jemima, a dau. of Joseph Matlack and Rebecca Haines of Goshen. Vv'iliiam Pennell m. 
in 1710 Mary, the dau. of Thomas and Mary Mercer, emigrants from A>-no€-on-the-Hill 
In Northampton, England, and settled in Thornbury, Pa. 

Lydia was the seven'.h of nine ch. of William Walter and Rachel Newlin, and 
sister to William, Jr.: noticed in No. 76, b. 7 mo. 17, 1749. Her father was the son of 
Goodwin Walter, the im-niigrant, (b. 4 mo. 8, 1707; ra. Rachel Newlin 2 mo. 25, 1734). 
Goodwin purchased one hundred acres of land in Concord of George Stro-le. in 1686, 
end in 9 mo., 1696, m. Elizabeth Sanghurst. They settled on the land he ha/i purchased, 
and their descendants in a direct line and name continue yet to hold it intact U910). 



38 PALMER FAMILY. 



i6, 1771 ; d. 7 mo. 2. 1852: m. .-WN REEDER 4 mo. 14, 1802, dau. of John 
and Sarah of Aston, b. 9 mo. 6. 1783; d. 2 mo. 19, 1820. 

M. second. ELIZABETH GIBSON. 9 mo. 20, 182 1, widow of William 
Gibson, dau. of Josepli Miller and Elizabeth Beaumont, of Chester Co.. Pa.; b 
9 mo. 6, 1776; d. II mo. 12, 1S61. lie learr.ed the trade of milling-. He went 
first to Sadsbury, Chester Co.. Pa., and had a certificate from Concord Mtg-. 3 
mo. 6, 1793. from there he returnefl and then went to Indian Spring, Md., tak- 
ing a certiticate 7 mo. 6, 1706: from there ho went to Pipe Creek, Md.. with 
certificate of 4 mo. g, 1800. After his marriage he became, in religion, a Meth- 
odist; soon after tliis tliey retur:^ed to Goshenville. Pa., where he was en- 
gaged in milling until 1815. Tlic}' then removed to a farm called "White- 
hall," within three miles of Baltimore, }*Id. Here Ann died and he m. sec- 
ond wife. In 1825 they removed to New Market, Frederick Co., Md.. and 
in 1827 they removed with all their family to Richland Co., O. Here he died, 
and was buried in Friends" grounds near Palmyra, same co. Elizabeth con- 
tinued with his children and removed in 1854 to Muscatine Co., la., where she 
died. She was buried in Friends' grounds near West Liberty. After leaving 
Pennsylvania, Abraham follov.ed farming the rest of his life. 

Issue — by first wife only — 

245. Hiram, b. 12-19-1S02; d. 6-lS. 1S64. 

246. John R., b. 5-13-1804: d. 2-2.5-1S71. 

247. Martin, b. 11-22-180.5; bur. 7-2T-1S40. 

248. Job. b. 2-2S-1S07; d. .3-3-1894. 

249. Abraham, Jr., b. S-16-1808; d. 12-9-1880. 
2.50. Sarah Ann, b. 9-12-lSlO; d. 3-1-1888. 

251. Norris. b. 11-22-1814; bur. 8-5-1885. 

V— 74. MOSES PALMER, b. 12 mo. 14, 1773: d. in infancy. 

V— 75. ABIGAIL PALMER ( lohn. Closes. lohn, fohn). b. 2 mo. 22. 
1776; d. 3 mo. 2, 1815; m. CASPAR COFFMAN 1791 (no record of his 
parents), b. May 29, 1771 ; d. Dec. 17, 1834: both buried Catawissa Friends' 
Mtg. He is thought to be of German ancestry. 

His occupation was paper-making. Tliey resided for a time in Spring- 
field, Delaware Co. ; remo^"ed to Catawissa. Pa., where they continued the re- 
mainder of their lives. He was for some years at the opening of the canal in 
charge of the lock near that tow!"". Issue: — 

252. William, b. July 25, 1791; d. Sept. 19, 1868. 

253. Ann, b. Mar. 22, 179.3; d. Dec. 19, 1834. 

254. Hannah, b. Julv 11. 1795: d. Sept. 5. 1802. 
2.55. John P., b. Ser»t. 15. 1797; d. Sept. 8. ISf^i. 

256. Abraham, b., Julv 20. ISOO; d. Nov. 8, 1819. 

257. Edwin, b. Dec. 18, 1802; d. Oct. 18S0. 

258. Palmer, b. Oct. 26, 1S04; d. July 19, 1877. 
253. Norris, b. April 8, 1807; d. Feb. 4. 1SR8. 

260. Moses, b. July 14, 1809; d. April 23. 1S71. - ' 

261. Lewis, b. Nov. 3, ISll: d. Julv 3, 1813. 

262. George, b. Mar 13, 1814; d. Mar. 20, 1S14. 

After the dcith of Abigail Casper Coffman m. a second wife, Mary 
Cornelinson, by whom he had three children. The names are: — 



FIFTH GENERATION. 39 



\Vfc>blnpton Coffman. b. July 22, 1819, d., no record. 
Su«*nna Coffman, b. Dec. 14, 1821; d. Jan. 5. 1S25. 
Mordira Coffman, b. Doc. 13, 1823; d. Jan. 17, 1825. 



V— 76. JOHN PALMER (John. Moses, Tohn, Tohn), b. 6 mo. 16, 
i;;^; d. 3 mo. 29, iSr,.S: m. RKUL.VH WALTER- 1 1 mo. 18. 1801. at Cen- 
•rc yh^-. <Jnu. of W'iliip.m Walter. Jr., and Betty Hicklin, of Centreville, Dela- 
u.:rc. ( who were m. 12 mo. 2, 1762), b. 10 1110. g. 1780; d. 3 mo. 19, 18 19. 

William, the third of nine children of William Walter and Rachel Xew- 
iin (who were m. 2 mo. 25. 173.-I.). b. 10 mo. 14, 173S: d. 4 mo. — , 1807; 
ai:d brother to Lydia (see Xo. "-2). Rachel, dau. of Xalhaniel Xewlin, Jr., 
and Jane Woodward (see Xo. 11). Betty Hicklin was the dau. of William 
and Dinah. She died 11 mo. 28, 1826. in her ninety-fifth year, and with her 
ln:<;!)ai;d buried at Centre ]Mtg. 

M. second wife. Elizabeth Hall, 3 mo. 17, 1821, dau. of Stephen Hall and 
Ketsy Mancil (see X^'o. 160), b. 3 mo. 1778; d. 8 mo. 9, 1847. ^"^^^^ ch. by 
this wife. She not being a Friend, John made an acknowledgment for mar- 
rying out of meeting which was accepted 5 mo. 31. 1821. She joined meeting 
6 mo. 3, 1824. She lost her life by falling down stairs, thereby breaking her 
neck. He and both \\'ives were buried at Concord ^Itg. 

Jolm, like his father, was a saddler, in connection with which he carried 
on farming. He inherited that part of the original Palmer tract which his 
father had obtained in the same way. In 1824 his whole family were taken 

" NOTE— Walter — This name is of Teutonic origin, introduced into England after the conquest— 106() 
— Waturus is a common name amongst the Doomsday tenants. 

Note. — Beaulah Walter Palmer -was one of eight children of William Walter, Jr., 
Rnd Betty Hicklin, as follo%7s: 

(1.) Dinah, b. 2-26-1764. m. Joshua Baily, 11-2S-1781. 

(2.) John, b. 1-27-1767, d. young. 

(3.) Lydia, b. 8-14-1769; d. m. Joshua Harlin. 

(4.) William, b. 3-2-1772; d. 1S20. m. Nancy Hendrickson; no issue. 

(5.) Rachel, b. S-19-1774. m. Thomas R. Gregg, 1-11-1798. Swedes' ch.. Wil., Del. 

(6.) Betty, b. 6-2-1777; d. m. George Mattson, 3-8-1798, Swedes' ch. Wil.. Del. 

(7). Beulah, b. 10-9-17S0; d. 3-19-1S19. m. John Talmer. 11-18-1801, centre Mtg. 

(8.) Thomas, b. 11-6-1783; d. 2-6-1784. 

William Walter, Jr., was one of 9 ch. of William Walter and Rachel Newlin, viz: 
Elizabeth, b. 1-24-1735. 
Jolir., b. 11-25-1736; d. 3-15-1802. 
William, b. 10-14-1738; d. 4 mo. 1807. 

Thomas, b. 11-15-1740; d. 3-12-1801. 
Hannah, b. 2-2S-1743; d. 4-25-1791. 
N*thaniel, b. 2-13-1745; d. 12-13 1805. 
I'T-lia, b. 7-17-1749; d. 1819. 

Icri.-ic. b. 8-7-1751; d. 2-6-1836. 
f<':th. b. 5-13-1753; d. 11 1791. 

William Walter was one of 8 ch. of Goodwin Walter ajid Elizabeth Sangurst, the 
immigrant, viz: 

John, b. 7-2-1697; d. 1732. 

*iary, b. 10-5-1698; d. 10 mo., 1733. 
r .'^■arah b. 1-25-1701; d. 3-25-1753. A»" 

L Ann. b. 9-7-1704. 

■^ William, b. 4-8-1707; d. 9-2(1-1781. ^ < 

»;^^bel, b. lC-27-1709; d. 8-2S-1750. 
Joseph, b. 12-28-1711; bur. 5-28-1794. 
fcUzabfith. b. 7-29-1714. 



4<^ PALMER FAMILY, 



H.v. If \'^r ^\'>'P^^'^ ^''■^'■' tl^ree of the children died within a few 
days ot each other; the ne,gl,bors then assemble,! and removed the most^ 
those remamnio- to the,r houses, from a fear that some local cause 7^ the 
disease existed that would carry them off. 

He was disting^iished throu.^rh life for a great love of fox-hunting and 

outdoor exercises, and tor an enduring athletic power, few being able o co^ 

ab e to jump over an object six feet from the ground. The last years of hi^ 

xMth hun m mowing, cradling, etc. In feats c^" agilitv he also excelled beine 

lite were passed in prolonge<l visits amongst his children. ' 

. ''Remark.xrie.— Quite a remarkable occurrence tc^ok place at Concord 

thevtint To|"^^p7" "; '" ''''' '''''■ '''''' ^--ations Lre represented' 
iti^-T// P^Inier. his son. grandson and great-grandson: all there to 
St m silent worship at the s^me time. John Palmer was eightv-nine years 
old on the i6th."-D^/. Co. American, Pa . June 19. 1867. ^ 

fon.v^i' '''wMr^^'\x^ T; "• '^^'~' '^^^^' ^^^'"^^ ^^^^^^ the mansion place 
o my son, William \V. Palmer, with paying two thousand dollars at mv death 
and likewise L\^t<\tc\ to my son. Charles Palmer, the land I bought of Stephen 
Halls estate with paying one thousand six hundred dollars at mv d<^th- 
then leaves to each daughter sixteen hundred dollars, the balance to be eouallv 
divided amongst all iiis children. His two sons. William W. and Charles ex- 
ecutors, ' 

Issue : — 

263. Lewis, b. 8-29-1802; d. 8-27-1824 

264. William, W., b. 8-24-1804; d. 3-25-1882 

265. John, b. 8-24-1SC5; d. 8-14-1824 

266. Rachel, b. 3-4-1809; d. 8-10-1824 

267. Ch&rles, b. 9-16-1811; d. 4-12-1876 

268. Hannah, b. 4-7-1814; d. 5-24-1910 

269. Lydia, b. 8-22-1816; d. 6-1-1898 

270. BeuUh, b. 3-16,-1819; d. 11-17-1898 



W~77. LYDIA PALMER (John. Moses. Tohn. John), b. 1780- 

?• ^ ,, „ •' "^- JOSHUA HALLOWELL 11 mo. 6. 1800. son of 
Joshua Hallowell and Hannah Trump, of Cheltenham. Montgomery Co Pa 
b, 9 mo. 19, 1779: d. 6 mo. 23. 1823. She had been disowned 11 mo. 8 '1707' 
by Concord Mtg. and he aftenvards 8 mo. 5, 1801. The^- removed to Phil- 
adelphia. Nothing further respecting them found. ' ... 

Her child :— 

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271. Sidney Palmer, b. circa, 17S7; d. ^ 
Their issue : — ' 

272, John, b. circa. 1801; d. ' • 

273, Hezeklah, b. 3-4-1803; d. . • 

274. Joel, b. d. / 



V— 78. THOMAS PALMER (John. Moses. John, JoJin). b 1786- 

d. 10 mo, — 1820; m. ABIGAIL WILLIAMS. 10 mo. — , 1809, dan. of 
Joshua Williams and Phebe Travilla, b. i mo, 18, 1791 ; d. 7 mo. 31, 1874. 



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He was a farmer. They lived in the vicinity of Baltimore, Md.. where 

I c died. 

She m. a second husband, George Aiidrczvs, 10 mo. — . 1831. and for a 
lime was in Florida. lie d. 4 mo. 15, 1845. ^*'ter which she resided at 184 \V. 
XJadisnii street, Baltimore, ^Id., and was buried in Louden Park Cemetery. 

The ch. of Thomas and Abigail were: — • 

2:i Rebecca, b. 2-24-1811; d. 7-17-1SS4. 

Zll Hann&b. b. 1813; d. 1814. 

2:7 Phebe b. 6 1S15; d. 12-12 1859. 

-Tg' Thomas Franklin, b. 3 1818; d. 7-18-1901. 



\'~yg. iMOSES PALMER (2nd) (John, Moses. John, John), b. 2 mo. 
2$, 1788; d. 2 mo. 16, 1875; m. SARAH ^L-VTTSOX, 9 mo. 7, 1814, in 
Concord ^L-H., dau. of Levi Mattson and Sarah Worrall, of Concord, b. 5 

mo. 2S, 1795; d. , 1822. 

Levi Mattson, b. 9 mo. (Nov.) 13, 1749; d. 12 mo. 12, 1835, was the 
fiiih of ten children of Moses and Mary Mattson. who were probably mimi- 

rrants. ^ ,, 

M. second, ^L\RY GRUBB, 9 mo. — , 1824. widow of Adam Grubb, and 

dau. of William Hemphill and Jane Mclntyre, b. 9 mo. i, 1799; d. 12 mo. 

8, 1877. Both she and Moses were buried in Wilmington and Brand>-vvme 

Cemetery. 

His occupation was milling, and he was for many years engaged at the 

noted Brandywine ]Mills, Wilmington. Del., in which city they resided. They 

lived to witness that rare occasion of their golden wedding, and to have in this 

long period been blessed with much happiness. 

(Mary by her first husband had a son. Adam Grubb. who m. Rachel Me- 

graw, and resided in Wilmington, where he was a merchant. They had a 

family of children.) 

Issue by first wife: — 
i'i. Norris W.. b. 6-15-1815; d. 4, 30, 1890. 
iSO. Mary. b. 12-10-1S16; d. 8-14-1867. 
3n. Levi. b. 3-3-1819: d. 1821. 

2S2. Thomas, b. 9-17-1821; d. 1823. 



Issue by second wife: — 

254. John. b. Dec. 10, 1825; d. June 13, 1901. 

255. Moses, b. S-4-1827; d. 2 mo., 1S28. 

256. William H., b. 1-21-1829; d. 1832. 

257. Hannah Jane, b. 7-27-1830; d. 1832. 
288. Moses (2d), b. 11-2-1831; d. 8-18-1889. 
SS9. Esther Jane, b. Nov. 5, 1833. 

.'^0. Klizabeth, C, b. 9-14-1S35; d. 2-14-1854. 

:91. Sarah M.. b. July 22, 1837; d. May 13, 1896. 

:'*:*2. James P., b. June 11, 1839; d. June 30, 1890. 

:W. Barlram, b. June 10, 1841. 



V~8o. HANNAH PALMER ( lohn. Moses, John. John), b. 5 mo. 5, 
1790; d. 8 mo. —,1857; m. THOMAS THATCHER 11 mo. 14, 1810, son 



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of Joseph Thatcher* and Abigail Worrall, 1). 6 nio. 28, 1787; d. 7 mo. i, 1S34; 
both buried at Middletown Mtsf. 

Thomas was an edgetool-maker ; he had a forge on Chester Creek in As- 
ton twp., Delaware Co., near the present station of W'awa. on the West Ches- 
ter and Philadelpliia R. R. This forge was afterwards entirely destroyed by 
the great flood of Aug. 1843, ''^"<-l r.ever rebuilt. 

Their ch. were: — 

294. Samuel R., b. 10-6-1811; d. 10-5-1855. 

295. Henry, b. 9-21-1S13; d. 12-2-1S13. 

296. Abigail, b. 9-1S-1S14; d. 2-25-1896. 

297. Isaac, b. 11-9-1816; d. 3-10-1SS3. 

298. Eli, b. 7-21-1818; d. 1-9-1819. 

299. Enos. b. 10-30-1819; d. 9-23-1821. 

300. Henry (2d), b. 8-23-1821; d. 10-10-1847.' 

301. Charles P., b. 7-20-1S23; d. 2-12-1842. 

302. Sarah. S., b. 7-13-1825; d. 1-1-1910. 

303. Hannah, b. 2-9-1S27. 

S04. Elias H., b. S-9-182S; d. 8-30-1828. 

305. Elizabeth W., b 2-18-1830; d. 2-24-1836. 

306. Deborah, b. 2-27-1832; d. 1-18-1S36. 

Edith Grubb joined Concord Friends' Altg. 11 mo. 7, 1733. She was a 
dau. of Emanuel and Ann (Hedge Cock) Grubb, of Brandywine Hundred 
New^ Castle Co., who were m. 1708, Emanuel being the oldest of nine chil- 
dren of John and Fran.ces Grubb, the immigrants, b. July 19, 1682; d. Aug. 
9 or 10, 1767. 



V— 81. NORRIS PAL:uER (John, Closes, John. John), b. 6 mo. 15, 
1792; d. 5 mo. 10, 1842; m. MARLA SAHTH, of Darby, about 1815. Her 
parentage is unknown to her children, an.d no record of it has appeared. She 
was b. in 1794; d. Nov. 26, 1836. 

They resided for several years at Bishop's Alills (afterwards Sycamore 
Mills) in Delaware Co.^ Pa. 

He was a cliair-maker, but for many years followed painting and paper- 
hanging in \Vilmii:gton, Del., wliere they both died. 

Issue : — 

307. Eliza, b. Julv 1, 1S16; d. Auril, 27, 1827. 

308. Hannah M., b. Mar. 3, 1818; d. Oct. 7, 1841. 

309. Julia Ann, b. Aug. 8, 1819; d. Feb. 7. 1838. 

310. Anna Maria, b. Feb. 14, 1S21; d. Feb. 5, 1890. 

311. Mary, b. Dec. 24, 1S22; d. Sept. 14, 1823. 

312. Sarah, b. Aug. 11, 1824; d. 1845. - ' • 

313. Mary Louisa, b. April 21, 1826. 

314. Elizabeth S., b. July 17, 1828; d. April 4. 1907. 

315. Lewis Henry, b. Nov. 22. 1829; d. June 25, 1884. 

316. William Norris, b. Feb. IS, 1832; d. May 26, 1S6S 

317. Emma, b. Mar. 15, 1834. 

* NOTE— Joseph, son of William Thatcher anJ Sarah Dickinson (who were m. 5 mo. 4, 1757), b. 5 mo. 
3, 1763: d. 4 mo. IS, 1S3'). William, son of Richard Thatcher and Edith Grubb (\^ho were m. 11 mo. 23, 
1734). Richard, son of Jonathan Thatclur and Hannah Dicks, and Jonathan, sun of Riclard and Jane 
the eraiiirants. 

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Line OF Jon xV, John, Moses, Martha. ' 

ik cf Martha Palmer {Xo. 22) and Joseph Chamberlain. The first 4 b. near 
Concord, Pa., the rest at Newark, Del. 

\—^2. MOSES CHAMBERLAIN, b. 6 mo. 20, 1773; d. young, prob- 



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V— 8? MVRGARET CHAMBERLAIN (Martha, Moses, John, John) 
b g mo. II. 1775; d. 9 mo. 18, 1834. She m. ist JOHN CARTER (or Car- 
\s y, hut no record of it obtained, nor of any issue; m. 2nd JOSHUA JOHN- 
MiN of Mill Creek, 5 mo. 13, 1S07, at Stauron Meeting-, son of Robert John- 
».<i*aml Mary Wollaston. b. 8 mo. 8, 1765; d. 2 mo. 6, 1831. They resided 
r^xx Newark, Del. After Joshua's death she removed, with her family, by wag- 
. u. to W'aynesville, Warren Co., O. Issue: — 
!',( Robert, b. 1-31-1S08; d. 10-4, 1852. 
r» Joseph, b. 9-23-1809; d. S-13-1845. 
1:5 Ann, b. 6-30-1813; d. 9-15-1895. 



V~84. ABRAHAM CHAMBERLAIN, b. 7 mo. 12, 1780; d. young. 



V— 85. ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN, b. circa 1784; d. young; his name 
• I mentioned in his parents' certificate of removal 5 mo. 4, 1785, from Con- 
Ci./ii1 to Wilmington. He probably d. quite young. 



V~86. DR. JOSEPH CHA:^IBERLAIN (Martha. Moses, John. John) 
Iv Jan. 9, 1788; d. Mar. 7, 1849; m. ELIZABETH THOMSON Nov. 21, 
K'^14, dau. of John Thomson and Hannah Evans. She d. ]\Iay 23, 1861, 
i*:cd 66 years. She was a niece of Charles Thomson, who was Secretary of 
tl.c Continental Congress from 1769 to 1783. It is a tradition in the family 
?J .11 he was the first one to read "The Declaration of Independence" after it 
'•^•^^ [Kissed, to the public. After their marriage Joseph left the Society of 
ir:r:i(!s, the records showing the date as 6 mo. 2^, 18 16. He studied medi- 
c-:.c and settled at Newark, Delaware, where he practiced his profession, in 
*»j'.ich he v,-as much respected and beloved. 

Issue: — 

J'i Charles Thomson, b. July 13, 1S15; d. Oct. 29, 1871. 

•■| Mariha J. b. circa, 1817; d. June 7, 1905. 

|-I KUiab^th Thomson, b. circa, 1819; d. Dec. 16, 1902. 

Y\ Mkry P., b. Nov. 5, 1821; d. May 27. 1906. 

;:* ^""^^ T., b. d. 1904. 

-« Margaretta, b. d. in Infancy. 

,:;• ■^'^^^ ^I- b. Aug. 20, 1826; d. Aug. 22, 1906. 

,:* Jo:,^phlne, b. d. in her 5 vear. 

'.» Jweph P., b. Aug. 19, 1831; d. Sept. 29, 1854. 

iJ>^ Kamuel E.. b. circa, 1834; d. 1868. 

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V— 87. REV. PIERCE CHAMBERLAIN (Martha, Mo<es, John, 
John), b. June 11, 1790; d. Aug. 23, 1850; m. CHRISTLAXA WHriE- 
HILL Oct. 4, 183 1, dau. of James and EHzabeth Whitehill, of Strasburi^, 
Lancaster Co., Pa., b. Jan. 2^, 1804; d. May 30, 1883. 

He left the Society of Eriends and became a Presbyterian minister. In 
his early ministry he was engaged as a Home Missionary hrst in Philadel- 
phia and vicinity, and then in the western part of Pennsylvania — in Crawford, 
Venango and Erie counties, being for ten or more years stationed at Water- 
ford Erie Co. His health failing he removed in 1849 ^'^ Newark, Del., and 
opened a school for young women, where he died. After which his widow 
removed to her daughters at Columbia, Pa., where she closed her life. 

Issue : — 

332. Elizabeth B.. b. Aug. 17, 1833. ... 

S33. Martha A., b. April 8, 1S35; d. Jan. 25, 1901. 

334. James Whitehill, b. Dec. 27, 1836; d. April 16, 1892. 

335. George W. S., b. Aug. 13, 1S39; d. July 31, 1902. 
33G. Mary A., b. Dec. 29, 1841. 



V— 88. DR. PAL:\IER CHAMBERLAIN (.Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. Dec. 24, 1792; d. Feb. 21, 1S67; m. GRACE R. THO:.ISON Oct. 
22, 1822, dau. of John Thomson and Hannah Evans, b. Jan. i, 1800; d. ]Mar. 
II, 1877; sister to Elizabeth (see No. 86). Both buried at Head of Chris- 
tiana church. 

He was a physician, and resided for many years in New^ Garden, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa. He removed for a time to Wilmington, Del., where he was en- 
gaged as a merchant, and finally to Newark, where he resumed the practice 
of medicine, and continued therein during his life. He was verA' prominent 
in his profession and greatly respected in his neighborhood. 

Issue : — 

337. Hannah, b. Feb. 1S25; d. March 28, 1S91. 

338. Catharine, b. Jan. 16. 1S26; d. Dec. 11, 1904. " - ' 

339. Joseph, b. Oct. 5, 1S26; d. Nov. 9, 1S16. 

340. Emma, b. June 27, 1831; d. May 2, 1862. 

341. Margaretta, b. 1S.''.4; d. July 15, 1881. 

342. Martha, b. Aug. 25, 1837. 

343. Clara, b. Nov. 10, 1840. 



V— 89. ANNE ("Nancy") CHAMBERLAIN (Martha. Moses, John, 
John), b. Nov. 3, 1795; d. Nov. 4, 1876; m. SAMUEL METEER Oct. — , 
1819, son of Thomas Meteer"^ and Sarah Baldwin, b. Dec. 9, 1776; d. 183S. 
He was a paper-manufacturer, and had a mill near Newark. Del., where he 
died. He was buried at Wilmington. Afterwards Anne called "Nancy" re- 
Note. — Thomas Meteer joined Friends' Meeting at Concord 3 mo. 7, 1764. He removed 
to Uwchlan, taking a certificate to that Mtg., 7 mo. 8, 1767. He returned to Concord, 
bringing a certificate from Falls Mtg., 6 mo. 5, 1770, for self, wife Sarah and son Joshua. 
After a few years he removed to near Newark, Del., taking a certificate 6 mo. 5, 1782, for 
self, wife Sarah and four children: Joshua, Sam.uel. Ann and Thomas, to "^Mlmington 
Monthly Mtg., Delaware. Samuel and "Nancy" continued in sympathy with Friends; 
but she lost her right of membership 8 mo. 4, 1820, on account of outgoing in marriage. 



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sided with her son, Joseph, in Canulen, X. T.. where she died and was buried 

in Harlcii^h ccmeterv. Issue: — 

Mi Samuel T., b. Nov. 10. 1820; d. Nov. 18, 1895. 

345" Joseph C, b. Dec. 4. 1822; d. July 12, 1907. 

• 4f.' William H.. b. Nov. 29. 1824; d. Sept. 26. 18S2. 

147 Peirce C, b. Aug. 1827; d. in infancy. 

34S' Maggie, b. Oct. 1830; d. July 1^92. 

349. Edward B., b. Dec. 13, 1834; d. Nov. 19. 1904. 

Line of John, Joiix, Moses, iMosEs. 

Ch. of Moses Palmer {No. 2j) and Sarah Phillips. All b. and d. in Con- 
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V — 90. DEBORAH PALMER b. 7 mo. 5, 1784; d. 4 mo. 27, 1790. 

V— 91. MARY PALMER, b. 9 mo. 13. 17S6; d. 10 mo. 17, 1790. 

V— 92. WILLLV^I PALMER, b. 10 mo. i, 1788; d. 7 mo. 20, 1790. It 
seems rather singular that all of these children should have died in the same 
year and in less tlmn a year after the death of their mother. 

By Second Wife, Hannah Pennell, all born in Concord, Delaware Co., Pa. 

V— 93. \VILLL\:yI P. PALMER (Closes, Moses, John, John), b. 11 
mo. 19, 1792; d. 12 mo. 27, 1869; m. ]\L\RTPL\ GRAY"^ 9 mo. 26, 1822, 
dau. of William Gray and Rachel Hill, b. 5 mo. 7. 1793; d. S mo. 31, 1825. 

He m. second CLEORA DUVALL, May 17, 1831, dau. of Dr. Benja- 
min Duvall and Deborah Jackson, of Sandv Springs, Md. ; b. Mar. 13, 1805; 
d. Dec. 26, 1 88 1. 

William P. studied medicine and graduated at the L'niversity of Penn- 
sylvania in 181 5. He settled at Brookville, }k[ontgomer\^ Co., Md., where he 
practiced, in conjunction with Dr. Henry Howard, until the spring of 1822, 
He then purchased "Woodlawn," two miles south of Sandy Springs, same 
Co., to which place he removed, and continued in his profession. Cleora con- 
tinued at this place with her son and dau. the rest of her life. 

Issue by first wife, Alartha Gray, born near Sandy Springs, Md. : — 

350. William G., b. Feb. 22, 1824; d. Nov. 23, 1S93. 

351. Moses G. b. Aug. 26, 1825; d. Sept. 6, 1885. 

By second wife, Cleora Duvall: — ,.. . 

2o2. Franklin, b. April 16, 1833; d. Nov. 8, 1834. 

353. Eliza P., b. June 10, 1834; d. Sept. 1, 1890. 

354. Helen Deborah, b. April 25, 1836; d. June 9. 1850. 

355. Martha Jane, b. Jan. 17, 1838; d. April 29, 1850. ; : . 

Note.— The Gray family were settled near the Schuylkill River, and "Gray's Ferry" 
tak(-s its name from its one time proprietor, and which has been a distinguished land 
mark since Revolutionary times. Watson Annals also states. Vol. I., pp. 494, "Gray's gar- 
den at Schuylkill ferry, after the time of the Revolution then enjoyed the last and 
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46 PALMKR FAMILY. 



356. Cleora D.. b. Feb. 21, 1840. 

357. Virginia, b. May 12, 1843; d. Sept. 26, 1843. 

358. Frauds, b. July 11. 1844; d. April 20, 1850. 

359. Benjamin D., b. Dec. 14, 1847. 

360. Washington D., b. Feb. 22, 1850; d. Sept. 27. 1850. 

The line of succession to William, the father of Martha Gray, has been 
given as follows: ist, George Gray, of the Barbadoes Island, West Indies, 
m, Mary, dau, of Alexander Beardsley ; 2nd, Georg:e Gray, Jr., m. Mary Hill; 
3rd, George Gray, 3rd, m. Mary Ewen, widow of Joseph Ewen. He d. 1760; 
she d. 174S. 4th, George Gray, 4th, of Gray's Ferry, b. Oct. 26, 1725, in 
Philadelphia, d. in 1800; m. ]\Iartha Ibbetson, Nov. 25, 1752, dau. of Rob- 
ert Ibbetsou and Margaret Coultas, who were of Moravian stock ; George 
Gray 4th was of Quaker stock but left that Society in Revolutionary times. 
He was a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly from 1772 to 1787; was 
Speaker for a time, and was the author of the celebrated "Treason Resolu- 
tions" against the mother country. Pie was also a member of the Pennsyl- 
vania Constitutional Convention of 1790. His son, William, succeeded to es- 
tate at "Gray's Ferry." This title has now become almost lost, in the build- 
ing up of this part of the city. 

V — 94. SALLY A. PALMER, b. 6 mo. 28, 1794; d. 2 mo. 2, 1813; bur- 
ied at Concord Mtg. .-..;_. l-iii .i^^M! 

V — 95. ELIZA PALMER (Moses, Moses, John, John), b. 3 mo. 23, 
1796; d. 9 mo. 9, 1821; m. JOHN PAINTER 2 mo. 7, 1821, as his second 
wife, son of Samuel Painter and Elizabeth Bennett, of Birmingham, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa., b. 4 mo. 5, 1780; d. 6 mo. 9, 1824. 

They removed to Triadelphia, Montgomery Co., Md., where she soon 
after died. 

He had m. first Sarah Darlington, 9 mo. 2, 1807; a dau. of Edward 
Darlington and Hannah Townsend, b. 7 mo. 19, 1780; d. 5 mo. 12, 18 18; no 
living issue by either wife. 

V— 96. PENNELL PALMER (Moses, Moses, John, John), b. 4 mo. 
15, 1798; d. 7 mo. 19, 1883; m. REBECCA NEAL McPHERSON 4 mo. 
30, 1828, dau. of Daniel McPherson and Elizabeth Grubb, of Virginia, b. 
8 mo. 2, 1S04; d. 8 mo. 6, 1867; both buried at Sandy Springs Mtg. 

Pennell by trade was a hatter, which he acquired with his father. Af- 
ter becoming of age he removed to Alexandria, Va.. taking a certificate from 
Concord Mtg. 3 mo. 28, 1822. Soon after his marriage he returned to Con- 
cord, Pa., where two of their children were born. He then purchased and 
removed to a farm in Howard Co., Md., where the rest of their children 
were born, after which he purchased a fann near Sandy Springs. Montgom- 
ery Co., Md., where they continued to reside the rest of their lives. He 
remained a member of the Society of Friends. 

Issue : — 

361. Albert Gallatin, b. 8-23-1829; d. 3-6-1860. 

362. Elizabeth McPherson, b. 3-29-1831; d. 3-23-1908. 

363. Edward L. b. 8-8-1833. 



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3'54. Charles McPherson. b. 11-29-1835. 

Coo. Joseph Henrv, b. 2-3-1S38; d. 7-1-1S9S. 

206. Rioliaid P., b. 4-19-1840; d. 11-5-1S40. 

LiG7. D 'uglass, b. S-21-1S41; d. 9-7-1S41. 

36S. John McPherson, b. 11-2-1842. 

3G9. Arthur W.. b. 2-22-1845. 

370. Mary Anu McP., b. 3-2-1847. 

V_97. ROBERT PALMER, b. 3 mo. i, 1800; d. 2 mo. 10, 1802; bur- 
ievl at Concord Mtg-. 

By Tliird Wife, hiannah Gilpin, all born in Concord, Delaware Co., Pa. 

V— 98. GIDEON G. PALMER (Moses, Moses, John, John), b. 9 mo. 
16, 1805: d. 12 mo. 21, 1S94, unm. 

He studied medicine, and for a time practiced at Parkersville, Chester 
Co., Pa., after which lie was engaged with Edward Garrigues and others in 
the coal trade in Schuylkill Co., Pa., which did not prove successful. He then 
became interested in the manufacture of iron and he was for many years super- 
intendent of exterisive iron works at Stanliope, in Northern New Jersey, 
where he continued to reside after retiring from business. He was \try much 
esteemed by those who were employed under his management. He was very 
rrefip^piiy r.ddressed as '"doctor." Puiied at Spring Grove Cemetery', Cincin- 
nati, O. -^ . 

V^ — 99. LYDLA. PAL^NIER (Closes, }^Ioses, John, John), b. 5 mo. 21, 
1S07; ^- 7 ^^''O- 5' 185^; unm. 

Removed to Cincinnati, O. She was for many years a great sufferer 
with a cancer in her face. Euried at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, O. 



V— 100. HANNAH P. PALMER (Moses, Moses, Tohn, John), b. 11 
mo. 24, 180S; d. 4 mo. 15, 18S3; m. GEORGE D. SMPfH*. 5 mo. 7, 1834, 
son of Joshua Smith and Susanna Drinker, b. 3 mo. 6, 1S06; d. 4 mo. 10, 
1884; both buried at Spring Grove Cemetery. Cincinnatti, O. They began 
their married life in Philadelphia, where he was engaged in the leather busi- 
ness. In 1849 they removed with five children to Richmond, Va., and thence 
in 1 85 1 to Cincinnati, O., where he was engaged at 51 Main street, in the 
leather trade. They were members of the Society of Friends, in which Han- 
nah became an esteemed Elder. 

Issue : — 

371. Henry Howard, b. 2-12-1835. 

372. Frances E., b. 9-2C-1S36; d. 8-19-18S5, unm. 

373. R. Clinton, b. 12-24-1838; d. 1-27-1907. 

374. Laura G., b. 5-6-1841; d. 10-30-1907. 
»75. Alice Annie b. 9-9-1S46; d. 8-31-1860. 

* Note— Smith— Of Saxon origin from Smlton— to Smithe — originally any one who smites or strikes 
with a hammer. 

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V— loi. ABIGAIL PALMER (Moses 4—), b. 12 mo. 19, 1810; d. 9 
mo. 17, 1820. 

Her death resulted from bathing- her head with cold water whilst in a 
state of perspiration at school. Buried Concord Mtg. 

V— lOJ. MOSES D, PALMER (Moses, Moses, John, John), b. 5 mo. 
14, 1814; d. 10 mo. 29, 1878 unm. Buried at Spring- Grove Cemetery. 

He resided for a time on the mansion-place of the Palmer ancestry, of 
which he and Gide<.:>n became possessed at the death of their father. In 1843 
the>' sold out, and he removed to Cincinnati, O. He there engaged in the 
leather trade with his brother-in-law, George D. Smith. He resided near 
Loveland, O., for a few years, where he owned a farm. This he sold, and 
returned to Cincinnati, where he continued until his death. During his earlier 
life he had been Director of the Poor in his native county and was active 
and popular in the counsels of the Whig party. He had also engaged in the 
"Multicaulis" scheme of raising trees of this name for feeding silk worms, 
which did not succeed. His death resulted from a cancer, which baffled the 
best medical skill. He was very much esteemed by all who knew him. 

Line of Johx^ John, ^Ioses, Joseph. 

Ch. of Joseph Palmer (No. 24) and Hannah Peters; all bom in Concord, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

V— 103. CATHARINE PAL^^IER, b. 5 mo. 16, 1786; d. 8 mo. 5, 1786. 

V— 104. REES PALMER (Joseph, Moses, John, John), b. 8 mo. 25, 
1787: d. 7 mo. 19, 1819, unm. 

V— 105. SARAH PAL:\IER, b. 6 mo. 22, 1789; d. 7 mo. 9, 1805. 

V— 106. EDITH PALMER (Joseph, Moses. John, John), b. 5 mo. 6, 
1792; d. 7 mo. 25, 1868; m. BEXJAMIX ^lORRIS 3 mo. 15, 1S25, son 
of Benjamin Morris and Elizabeth Young, b. 8 mo. 21, 1789. in Flamborough, 
Yorkshire, England. He emigrated from the place of his birth and settled 
for a short time in Concord, where he and Edith were m., after which he 
purchased a farm near Oak Hill, Lancaster Co., Pa., to which they removed 
and continued during their lives. Issue : — 

376. John B., b. 2-14-182C; d. 7-8-1864; unm. ' -. 

377. Catherine 3.. b. 8-28-1827; d. 11-17-1832. :■ 

378. Joseph P., b. 1-2-1829. 

379. Hannah C, b. 2-27-1830; d. 2-12-1902. - ' . ■ ■ ..•,.-;. 

380. Abraham W, b. 7-27-1832. 

381. Benjamin, b. 2-23-1835; d. 7-22-1887. ■ - ' 

382. William L.. b. 4-13-1838. 

V— 107. DEBORAH AXX PALMER (Joseph, Moses. John. John), 
b. 3 mo. 3, 1795; d. 8 mo. 6, 1819, unm.; buried at Concord Mtg^. 



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V_io8. WILSON PALMER (Joseph. Moses, John, John), b. 2 mo. 
4. 1798; (1. 9 mo. — , 1851; ni. ANN JULLWN JAQUETTE. 1825. dau. 
of r*ctcr Jaqucttc and Catharine, b. Oct. 29. 179S; d. Feb. 18, 1848, buried at 
Concord Mtg. 

Peter Jaqnette d. 1816, aged fifty-six years, and Catharine d. Sept. 25, 
1825. aged sixty-two years. Wilson and Ann resided in Concord, Delaware 
Co.,^ Pa. 

He m. second. Elizabeth {]Vay) Diln'orth, Feb. 1849 (^^^ second hus- 
band), who survived him a number of years. 

By trade he was a weaver. Lie obtained twenty-seven acres of land from 
his father, upon which he erected buildings. This location was upon the 
.«w:)uthcm edge of Concord Twp. After a feAv years this was sold. He then 
removed to Trimble's factory (near Markhnm station), where Ann died. His 
dc.^th resulted from drowning in the Delaware river near Marcus Hook, Pa. 

Issue : — 

3W. Hannah Ann, b. July 9, 1827; d. Aug:. 6. 1827. 

aS4. Wilson, b. July 20, 1828; d. Aug. 20, 1S28. 

3&5. WiLson (2d) b. July 29. 1830; d. Jan. 17. 1854. 

UC. Peter J, b. Aue. 4. 1831; d. Sept. 19, 1S32. 

387. Re€s, b. Mar. \, 1834; d. Feb. 10. 1901. 

3S.8. Eli. b. Sept. 10, 1835; d. Mav 5. 1902. 

289. George W., b. Oct. 13. 1837. 

V — 109. ELI PALMER (Joseph. ^Moses, John, John), b. 11 mo. 22. 
1800; d. 6 mo. 13. 1835. unm: buried at Concord Mtg., as were the others of 
llie fasnily who d. young. 

V— no. PENIXAH PALMER (Joseph. Moses, John. John), b. 10 
mo. I, 1802: d. 7 mo. 9, 1886, unm. She resided the latter part of her life 
witii Elisha Kester, at Rising Sun, ]\Id. ; buried at Little Britain Friends' 
grounds. 

V— III. CATHARINE T. PALMER (Joseph. Moses, John. John), 
1). 4 mo. 28, 1805; d. 9 mo. 13, 1881. unm.: buried at Eastland Friends' 
grounds. She lived v.-ith her niece. Catharine Funiess, near Oak Hill, Lan- 
caster C>D., Pa. 

Line of Johx^ Jonx. Moses, Aaron. 

Ch. of Aaron Pabncr (No. 26) and Sarah Wilton. Probably all bora in 

Concord^ Pa. 

V~ii2.HARRIET PALMER, b. 6 mo. 28. 1791 ; d. 1792. 

V--113. THOMAS STEEL PALMER (Aaron, Moses John, John). 
<x 12 mo. 12, 1793: d. 9 mo. 7, 187S: buried at Rosebank Cemetery: m. AN- 
N'A MITCHELL*! I mo. 23, 1825, dau. of Henry Mitchell and Mary Rob- 

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crts, b. lo mo. 4, 1801, in Bucks Co., Pa., whence her parents removed 
to New Castle Co., Del. ; d. 9 mo. 4, i860; buried at St. Mary's. Stanton. Del., 
by her request. They lived for many years near Strickers\ille, Chester Co., 
Pa. By trade he was a hatter, -wiiich he for a time followed. He afterwards 
lived with his son, Thomas, near Brick Mt£^., Cecil Co., Md. At the age of 
seventy-two years he joined the Methodist E. church, in which faith he died. 

Children : — 

390. Sarah Ann, b. Sept. 11, 1826; d. June 30, 1902. 

391. Mary, b. Dec. 10. 1S27; d. Oct. 2, 1872. 

392. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 4, 1S3] ; d. Feb. 6. 1SS4. 

393. Harriet, b. Sept. 30, 1S35. 

394. Thomas H., b. Dec. 24. 1839. 

395. Emma G., b. Sept. 22, 1S43. 



V— 114. JANE ANX PALMER (Aaron. Moses, John. John), b. 4 mo. 
13, 1797; d. 3"mo. 3, 1879; m. ROBERT PLUMLY 6 mo. 12, iSiS, son of 
Charles Plumly and Elizabeth ]\Iichener. b. 7 mo. 30, 17S6; d. 8 mo. 8. 
1846. He was a farmer. They resided at Elkdale, Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

396. Harriet E., b. 4-18-1819; d. 2-8-1847. 

397. Palmer C, b. 1-15-1821; d. 7-24-1835. 

398. Charles, b. 1-4-1S23; d. 5-28-1904. 

399. William Wilton, b. 3-4-1825; d. 7-3-1863. 

400. James S.. b. 8-11-1S27. 

401. Adriana, b. 10-19-1829. ~ 

402. Leahdelia, b. 7-8-1832; d. 10-18-1843. 

403. Canby, b. 4-7-1S35; d. 9-27-1S13. . . - 

404. Robert Barclav, b. 2-27-1838. 

405. Alfred, b. 8-3-1842; d. 9-1-1842. 

406. Clara A., b. 1-31-1844; d. 4-27-1846. 



V— 115. WILLIAM WILTON PALMER (Aaron, Moses, John, 
John), b. 4 mo. 13. 1797 (twin to Jane Ann) : d. 3 mo. 16. 1S69: m. ELIZ- 
ABETH JONES April 15, 1834. dau. of John Jones and Elizabeth Jones, b. 
Nov. 8, 1802; d. Sept. 10, 1875. 

They resided near :\rcClelland5ville. Del. Both bur. at Head of Chris- 
tiana church, Del. 

Issue : — 

407. Sarah Ann, b. Mar. 28. 1836; d. Jan. 1890. 
40g. John, b. Dec. 1, 1840; d. Oct. 16, 1846. 

V— 116. ABRAHAM S. PALMER (Aaron, Moses. John, John), b. 
5 mo. 17, 1799; d. 9 mo. 30, 1872; m. SARAH GILBERT 4 mo. 7, 1831, 
dau. of Curtis and Tabitha Gilbert, b. 12 mo. 31, 1789; d. 12 mo. 26, 1859; 
both buried at Flint Hill. 

^l. second, Mary Pine 5 mo. 7. 1S63. Resided in Nottingham Twp., 
Chester Co., Pa. 

Child by first wife: — 
409. Sarah Jane, b. 3-9-1833; d. S-30-1853. 



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V— 117. JAMES PALMER, b. 12 mo. 27, 1803; d. 12 mo. 4, 1813. 

Line of John, John, Eliz.xbeth. 

Ch. of Rebecca Eavetison (No. 5/) and Denj'a>n{tt Jones. Probably all bom 

in Westtown, Chester Co., Pa. 

V— 118. LYDL\ JONES (Rebecca, Elizabeth. John. John), b. 10 mo. 
2, 1774; d. 12 mo. 4, 1824: m. RICHARD E A YEN SON 3 mo. 24. 1803, 
son of George Eavenson and Mary Williamson (who were m. Sept. 28, 1754 
at Swcde.s' Church. Wilmington, Del.) b. 12 mo. 26, 1770: d. about 4 or 5 
mo., 1846. They lived on his farm in Thornbury, Pa., where Lydia died. 
He sold the farm 4 mo. i, 1834, to Caleb Brinton for $3,004.00, and probably 
removed to West Chester, Pa., where he died intestate. Letters of admin- 
istration were granted his son, Jones Eavenson, May 22, 1846, which indi- 
cates that his death occurred shortly previous. 

Issue : — 
420. Jones, b. 8-10-1804; d. 3-14-1883. 
<:i. Mary b. 8-25-1806; d. 2-9-1818. 

422. Benjamin, b. 8-8-1808; d. 6-24-1883. 

423. George R.. b. 8-14-1812; d. 7-7-1883. 

424. Humphrey, b. 10-6-1814; d. 2-28-1816. 

George Eavenson=^, a son of Joseph Eavenson and Catharine George (who 
were m. 2 mo. 10, 171 7 by Radnor Mtg). Catharine being a dau. of Richard 
George, of Montgomeryshire, Wales; and Joseph, a son of Thomas Eaven- 
son, the immigrant, who purchased 120 acres of land in Thornbun,' Twp. i 
mo. 16S7, of John Simcock, and m. a second wife. Eliaahcth JVoodzvard, July 
— , 1688. The relationship: — between Lydia Jones and her husband was that 
of second cousins once removed, as Richard and her mother were second cous- 
ins. 

Mary Williamson, a dau. of Daniel Williamson, Jr., and Hannah Malin 
(Randal), and Daniel. Jr.. a son of Daniel Williamson and Mary Smith, who 
were m. in 1685, both being emigrants from Cheshire. England, he in 1682, 
and slie in 1684; he being a servant to Robert Taylor, by agreement with 
whom he received fifty acres of land in addition to fifty acres allowed by Penn 
to servants, which was situated in Marple Twp.. and confirmed to him by 
patent, dated Jan. 10, 1708. 

V— 119. ELIZABETH JONES (Rebecca. Elizabeth. John. John) b. 
I mo. 4. 1777; d. II mo. 28, 1855: m. JOSEPH FOX about 1806. He was 
b. Dec. 24. 1773; tl- Oct. 23, 1840. 

They removed to Muskingum Co.. O., where he died. She returned to 
Chester Co., Pa., before her death. Issue: — 

N'ote.— G<?orge Eavenson d. 4 mo. 30, 1816. in his ninetieth year. Mary d. 7 mo. 7, 
i^-?. being over one hundred years of age. They were m. 9 mo. 28, 1755, at SwedeB* 
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425. Emmor, b. May 31. 1807; d. Sept. 28, 1868. 

426. Rees. b. Nov. 30, ISOS; d. Dec. 14. 18S6. 

427. Ziba. b. Mar. 26. 1811; d. Jan. 6. 1853. 
42S. Rebecca J., b. 1813; d. May 1, 1818. 



V — 120. AMY JONES, b. 7 mo. 24, 1779; d. 8 mo. i, 1779. 



V_i2i. PHEBE TONES (Rebecca. Elizabeth. John. Tohn). b. 10 mo. 
20, 1781; d. 8 mo. 18. 1S59; m. THOMAS MASSEY, 10 mo. 21. 1802. in 
Concord ^L-H., son of Lex'i ^[assey * and Catherine Eavenson. of W'ilhs- 
town, b. 6 mo. 15, 1777 .' d. 12 mo. 22. i860. Both buried at ^Villisto^vn Mtg^. 

They lived in Wilhstown, Chester Co., Pa., where he owned and cul- 
tivated a farm. He was a prominent member in the Society of Friends, hold- 

m^ the appointment of an Elder for manv vears. Issue: — 

429. Rebecca, b. 4-9-1803; d. 9-10-1813. 

430. Eavenson, b. 1-22-1805; d. 4-2-1842. 

431. Sidney, b. 11-2-1806; d. 3 mo. 12, 1886. 

432. Thomas J., b. 7-14-1814; d. 8-16-1877. 



V— 122. HANNAH JONES (Rebecca. Eh'zabeth, John, John), b. i 
mo. 7, 1784; d. 3 mo. 9. 1863; m. ISAAC HOOPES. Jr.. 11 mo. 20. 1806. at 
Birmingham Mtg., son of Isaac Hoopes * and ^lary Griffith, b. 3 mo. 10. 1779; 

Note. — Lrevi Massey was the twelftli of fourteen children of Thomas Massey, Jr., 
and Sarah Taylor fdnu. of Isaac and Sarah) and Thomas, Jr., a son of Thomas Massey, 
the emigrant from Cheshire, England, in the ship Endeavor, of London, Thomas Thorp. 
master, lauding 29th of 7 mo.. 1683. He m. Phebe Taylor in 1692, a dau. of Robert and 
Mary, she having been a passenger on the same vessel with him. In 1896 he purchased 
300 acres of land in Marple twp. and died 9 mo. 18, 1708, leaving seven children. 

Note. — Isaac Hoopes and Mary Gvifhth were m. about 1769. he being a son of 
Abraham Hoopes, who m. Mary Williamson, in 1732. Abraham was b. 4 mo. 12, 1713; 
d. 9 mo. 15, 1795, and was the tenth of seventeen children of Daniel Hoopes and Jane 
Worrilow who were m. 10 mo. 10, 1696, at a mtg. held at John Bowaters' in Middletown 
twp. Also Daniel emigrated with his parents, Joshua and Isabell, from Cleveland, 
Yorkshire, England; they came in the ship Providence of Scarborough. Robert Hopper 
master, and landed in Philadelphia 9 mo. 10, 1683. The parents settled in Makefield. 
Bucks CO., and. having been convinced of Friends' principles, the meeting was occasion- 
ally held at their house. Daniel purchased 300 acres of land in 1697 in Westtown 
twp., Chester co., and 175 acres more in 1698 upon which they settled. He was a mem- 
ber of the Pennsylvania Legislature, 170S and 1709. He was living in 1746 but the 
date of his death is not known. His wife Jane was a dau. of Thomas and Grace Wor- 
rilow of Edgmont twp., Pa. 

443. Chalkley, b. 6-10-1825; d. 9-16-1845. 

444. Mary Griffith, b. 5-13-1827. 
Their seventeen children were: — 

1. Grace, b. 7-17-1697; d. 5-3-1721; m. Wm. PaschalL 

2. Ann, b. 10-23-1698; d. 3-13-1704 

3. Mary. b. 9-22-1700; d. 1765; m. Philip Yarnall. 

4. Hannah, b. 5-25-1702; d. 1750; unm. 

5. Joshua, b. 4-29-1704; d. 10-9-1769; m. Hannah Ashbridge. 

6. Jane, b. 5-14-1706; d. 1-31-17&9; m. George Ashbridge. 

7. Ann, b. 12-3-1707; d. 7-14-1728; unm. 

8. Daniel, b. 10-27-1709; d. 6-5-1790; m. Alice Taylor. 

9. John, b. 8-17-1711; d. 3-1-170.'; m. Chri.stian R--ynold?. 
10. Abraham, b. 4-12-1713; d. 9-15-1795; m. Mary Williamson. 
tl, Thomas, b. 10-22-1714; d. 5-21-1803; m. Susanna Davies. 



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d. 9 mo. 25, 1849. ^^^ ^''"'^s a brother to Abraham (see Xo. 125). 

Isaac, Tr., ^vas a shoemaker by trade, but also carried on farming. He 
purchased tlie homestead in Goshen in 18 16, but disposed of it soon after and 
rcmoxcd to Xcw Lor.don twp.. n^e^^ter Co., Pa. Issue: — 
i??:. Cn^th, b. ?-?l-l?a7; d. 5-3-1S15. 

434. Joseph J., b. 10-14-1S08; d. 12-2S-1S03. 

435. Rebecca E., b. 12-3-1S09; d. 4-24-lSSS. 

436. Phebe, b. 8-25-lSll: d. 1-29-1S02. 

437. Amy, b. 7-3-1S13; d. 2-3-1SS5. 

438. Lindley, b. 9-5-1815. 

439. Eliza, h. 10-10-1S17; d. 3-29-1900. 

440. Rcos H., b. 4-3-1S19; d. 9-26-1906. 

441. Lvdianna. b. 6-27-1821; d. 2-15-1822. 

442. Ezra M., b. 12-24-1S22; d. 12-24-1886. .. 

V— 123. BEXJA^IIN JOXES (Rebecca, Fdizabeth, John, Jolm), b. 7 
mo. I. 17S6; d. 7 mo. 17. 1859; m. AXX"" JA^^IES i mo. 14, 1808, dau. of 
Jesse James * and Elizabeth Hoopes, of Westto\vn. Chester Co., Pa., b. 5 
mo. 3. 17SS; d. 9 mo. 21, 1851. Both buried at Goshen ^Mtg. 

Benjamin, like his father, was a blacksmith. They resided in Thorn- 
bury; he occupied the same shop that his father had. The place has long 
Leeii known by liic name 01 Cneyney"s bhops. Ann joined Friends 9 mo. 28, 
181 5. Issue: — 

445. Jesse, J., b. 1-1-1S09; d. 3-21-18S4. 

446. Joseph J., b. 1-20-lSn; d. 12-16-1880. 

447. Esther P., b. 12-10-1S12; d. 6-1-1856. 

448. Beniamin, b. 11-10-1814; d. 1-8-1875. 

449. Johu b. 10-29-1818; d. 11-8-1SS3. 

450. Joshua S., b. 2-28-1822. 

451. Ann, b. 7-1S-1825: d 9-1.0-1825. 

452. Elizabeth, b. 3-26-182S; d. 3-31-1828. 



V— 124. JOHX JONES (Rebecca, Elizabeth. John, John), b. 8 mo. 26, 
1788; d. 6 mo. 14, 1858; unm. 

He inh.erited the paternal estate, on wfiicli he lived._ His, sister Hannah 
kept house for h'lrrt many "years. ." 



V— 125. SIDNEY JOXES f Rebecca, Elizabeth. John. John), b. 11 

12. Elizabeth, b. 1-13-1716; d. 12-9-1803; m. Wm. Webb & Thomas Welch. \ rr_-,„a 

13. Stephen, b. 1-13-1716; d. 1767; m. Martha Evans & Elizabeth HIbberd. ( ^^i^^- 

14. Nathan, b. 1-16-1718; d. 2-19-1803; m. Margaret Williamson. 

15. Walter, b. l-n-1719; d. 12-9-1719-20. 

16. Sarah, b. 5-25-1720; d. 7-23-1794: m. George Hall. 

17. Christian, b. 8-30-1723; d. 12-31-1815; ra. Daniel Webb. 

Not«^.— Jesse, son of Joseph James and Hannah Hickman, b. 3 mo. 12, 1756; d. 11 
rao. 21, 1819. He was the twelfth of fourteen children. He became the owner of a fine 
farm adjoining on the west, the Westtown Friends' boarding school property. Joseph 
James, b. 1 mo. 29, 1709; d. 9 mo. 2, 1772, was a son of Aaron and Elizabeth James, emi- 
grants from England, who settled in Westtown twp., Chester Co., Pa., and Joseph's 
wife Hannah was a dau. of Benjamin Hickman who m. Ann Pnffincrton fdan. of PJi^hard) 
in 1701, and who was a son f^f Francis Hickii"ian. the emigrant from V.'ill.-hire, Fnr^and. 
Elizabeth Hoopes, a dau. of John Hoopes and Phebe Williams (dau. of Rees and Eliza- 
beth) b. 4 mo. 13, 1760; d. 1 mo. 15, 1848, and John Hoopes, a brother to the elder 
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mo. 13, 179^: d. 2 mo. 24, 1877; m. ABRAHAM HOOPES i mo. i^io 

Ho .^LT ^^^? f^ ^^'P' S"^^''' ^- ^" "^^- ^3. 1775 ; cl. 8 mo. 19, 1823' 
He uas a brother to Isaac, Jr. No. 122. He was a chairmaker bv trad^ He 
and h.s father purchased a farm in East Goshen by deed 3 mo. m 1S07 
and by division he obtained 49 acres 121 perches, to which he added by pur- 
chase 30 acres. His health faih-ng he sold out in 1820 and retired to a sma I 
place ,n Westtown where he died. SIDNEY m. 2nd. BENIAMLN SH ARP- 
T 10? W r r.i ^^■^' ^t Bi„,,i,.i,,^ .Altg., son of Joshua Sharpless (se'e No. 
Jr.^ u.u ^f"^'\(^^^^« ^^-^^e m. 176S) b. 8 mo. 24, 1769; d. 2 mo. i 

18,2. Both were buned at Birmingham Mtg. After her husband's death 
Sidney continued to reside with her son on her late husband's farm n Bir- 
mingham, Chester Co., Pa. She furnished valuable information of manv of 
the families in this work. Her life had been one of practical u^eful^e^"' bui 
HoojS':- '"'' "^ '""^ ^" '''''' '-''''■ '''''' ^> ^^^ husband! Abraham 

453. Lydia Ann. b., II-IS-ISIO; d. 7-7-1811 

454. Mary Ann, b. 6-14-1S12; d. 10-17-1S52' 

455. Rachel, b. 3-3-1S14; d. 2-21-1894 

456. Walker Y., b. 4-22-1816; d. 12-2-1895 

457. John J., b. 8-9-1818; d. 7-29-1876 

458. Benjamin, b. 10-29-1835. 



V-126. AMY JONES 2nd (Rebecca. Elizabeth, John. John) b 11 

Tr: ''.!¥' 1"'%?' If''' -^- ^^'^--^^ THOMAS LARKIN 11 mo.' 16. 
181, at Birmingham M.-H., son of John Larkin * and Martha Thomas, b - 
mo. 15, 1790; d. I mo. 9, 1870. Both were buried at New Garden Alto- 

Farmer. Removed from Delaware Co. to Ne^v Garden twp., Chester 
^o., Fa., where he purchased and settled upon a farm. Issue :— 

459. Jones, b. 12-4-1816; d. 11-17-1S21 

460. Sabilla, b. 2-12-1819; d. 10-18-1822 ' 

461. Mary, b. 3-13-1821. 

462. Eliza, b. 9-22-1823; d. 10-24-1908 

463. Enos, b. 2-13-1826. 

464. Martha, b. 9-19-1828. 

465. Phebe M., b. 10-11-1S31; d 2-1-1S94 

466. Emma, b. 8-9-1834; d. 4-6-1901 " ' 

467. Isaac, b. 4-2-1839. 



Josenh a son of Tn^n T \^-^'^''^'°'' °^ "^°''P^ ^^^^'^ ^^'^ -^^'^ Salkeld, of Bethel, and 
Sther'shen? Oct ^9 1-1^'"; n?° 7"^^ '^°^^^ ^^^^"^'^'^ ^" Chichester in 1724 and m. 
Elizaith ir^^v nf-!'v,l'f^' ^t ^^".^t Church. Philadelphia, a dau. of Roger Shellv and 
MeJtine at CononrH Tj T '^^'''- "^"^^ ^°^ ^'"^"^ ^^^'-^"^^ member3 of Friends' 
^tut7r:o. l^Tm' Ladled- aVou{ ^8^"'^^' "^^^^'°^ '^ ^'^^ ^^ ^^'^^'^^^^ ^>' ^''^^^^'- 

Worran7n^l''7\''l^''^c:^'f ^^^ ^^^^^^ of thirteen ch. of John Salkeld. Jr.. who m. Elizabeth 
John cJiiJiM ^^ ^,^^ "^'^l ^- ^ "°- 2'- 1"47. John, the third of eleven ch. of the elder 

rSsteV o'f'T;'^d^- M "°- ''■' ''''' ^- ^ -«• 2^' 1^""- T^^- elder John sfi^keld was 
Thomas saltld of p'mL' note^ in the Society of Friends. He was b. in 1572. son of 
norand semin .. rf \'^- ^"™b^^''^"<^- En.^rland. IJo emigrpted with his wife in 
holder d 9 mi "0 l4 '!'• °" .'.^' I>elaware River. He was an extensive land- 
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V— 127. REBECCA JONES (Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, John), b. 12 
mo. i'3. 1797; <^l- 1 "i*^- -9' 1SS4; m. JOSEPH LARKIN 11 mo. 21, 1816; 
VII of lolin Larkin and Martha Thomas, b. 5 mo. 31, 1791 ; d. 2 mo. 26, 1858; 
Ix'th buried at Concord 2\ltg. Both w ere members of Friends. 

He a brother to Isaac T. (see last No). He was a farmer and resided 

jn ikthel, Delawaie Co., Pa. After his death Rebecca lived for several years 

at Concordville, and tinally with her dau. Beulah. For his ancestry, see note 

to U'^x Xo. Issue : — 

4f>S. Lvrlia Ann, b. 7-29-1817; d. 5-19-1894. 

(*:!>. Klizabeth, b. 2-17-1819. 

«T0. Thomas, b. 2-9-1S20; d. 1-27-1873. 

4:1. .Sidncv, b. .1-17-1823; d. 12-2-1S5S. 

<::. Rebecca J., b. 6-29-1825; d. 9-18-1910. 

473. Kli B., b. 9-11-1S27; d. 7-30-1909. 

474. Alice P., b. 4-S-1.S30; d. 9-27-1860. 

475. Rculah, b. 6-24-1832. 
<7'';. Joseph, b. 8-9-1834. 

477. Rees J., 9-9-1836; d. 11-30-1903. 
i',%. Jlannah, b. 3-30-18S9. 



V— 128. REES JONES (Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, John), b. 10 mo. 
15, iSoo; d. 8 mo. i, 1832; m. ELIZABETH H. STRODE 3 mo. 6, 1828, 
d.iii. of Richard Strode, Jr., * and Frances Osborne, b. 11 mo. 24, 1803; d. 7 
mo. 15, 1879. 

They removed to Battle Creek, Calhoun Co., Mich. 

Issue : — 

479. Rebecca E., b. 12-24-1828; d. 8-25-1877. 

<W. Mary 3., b. 9-8-1830; d. 5-6-1895. - " 

m. Rces B., b. 9-2-1832. 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth. 

Ch. of Jemima Eavenson {No. ^2) and Benjamin Kirgan. 
Born in Westtown, Chester Co., Pa. 

V— 129. ELIZABETPI KIRGANt (Jemima, Elizabeth, lohn, John), 
No record of her found. She is reported to have m. ISAAC CCDVINGTON, 
but did not live long after and left no issue. 



• Note.— Richard Strode, Jr., wa.s an active and influential citizen of East Bradford, 
Cbtsicr Co., Pa., where he successfully carried on farming on the old homestead. He 
*"'* ^*^^ ^^^ °^ Richard Strode and Sarah Kickman (dau. of Francis) who were m. 12 
f^*'». 28, 17C3. The elder Richard, a son of John Strode, second of three sons of George 
Mrodo, Jr., who settled in East Bradford, who was accredited as the son of George Strode, 
tiif ^(-rr.irrant from Millbrook parish, Southampton, England. He purchased 500 acres of 
isnt. f.-om Vv^m. Penn July 25, 1682, which was located in Concord, Pa., upon which 
r.f fchorily afterwards settled. Of this tract he sold in 1686, 200 acres in equal parts to 
f.o<viuln Walter and Thomas Hall. 

I * ^^^'c-^*"-— There was a Valentine Kirgan, an uncle to the above b. Aug. 5, 1771; d. 
Jul^y 22. 1831, who was a prominent builder in his dav. He m. Debe (Taylor) Hawley, 
*j'.ow of Wm. Hawley, Jr., Feb. 15, 1823, who d. Nov. 17, 1824; and were the parents 
ui^'^"' I^awley Kirgan, b. Nov..!, 1824; d. April 15, 1S92, who ra. Joseph Hunt, July 9, 
»*»•'. who had a family and resided in Tbornbury, Delaware Co., Pa. 



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V— 130. VALENTINE KIRGAN (Jemima, Elizabeth, John, John), 
died young. 

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Ch. of Elizabeth Eavenson {No. ss) ond Anthony Morris, all born in Thorn- 
bury, Chester Co., Pa. 

V_i3i. BENJAMIN MORRIS (Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, John), b. 
1785; d. Sept. 24, 1854; unm. 



V— 132. NATHANIEL ^vIORRIS (Elizabeth. Elizabeth, John, John), 
b. Dec. 8, 1787: d. 1S26; m. SARAtI MYERS about 18 19, dau. of Henr>' 
Myers and Ann Hickman. She d. Mar. 7. 1855. 

He was a carpenter, and resided mostly in Delaware Co., Pa. Issue: — 

482. Hickman, b. Oct. 20, 1S20; d. Feb. 21. 1908. 

483. Hannah, b. about 1S21; d. quite young. 

484. Charlotte, b. 1S22: d. 3 months old. 

485. Nathaniel E., b. Mar. 14, 1S24; d. Oct. 23, 1860. 

486. Thomas, b. Nov. 26, 1826; d. May 15. 1906. 



V— 133. JOHN MORRIS (Elizabeth. Elizabeth. John. lohn), b. Dec. 
3, 1789; d. Dec. 22, 1873; m- ANN WORKMAN Aug. 7. 1827, dau. of 
John Workman, of Chester Co., Pa., b. ]\Iar. 22, 1805; d. 1890: both buried 
at Jvlt. LI ope Cemetery, Allegheny Co., Pa. 

They went from Chester Co., Pa., to Ohio, and after a residence in var- 
ious localities finally settled at White Ash, Alleghany Co.. Pa. Issue — the 
three first born in Chester Co.. Pa. : the others to tlie westward : — 

487. Wilmer W., b. July 29, 1829; d. Jan. 16, 1908. 

488. John W. b. Jan. 20. 1831; d. Jan. 5, 1900. 

489. Elizabeth A., b. April 23, 1833; d. Aug. 24, 1877. 

490. Jesse M., b. Nov. 13, 1834. 

491. Susan L., b. Aug. 4. 1836. 

492. Joseph W., b. Nov. 21. 183S; d. Aug. 20, 1886. 

493. George M., b. Sept. 19, 1840; d. Mar. 12, 1908. 

494. Benjamin F., b. Mar. 22, 1842; d. Aug. 7, 1845. 

495. Charles F., b. April 22, 1844; d. Oct. 30, 1862. 



V— 134. JOSEPH :^IORRIS (Elizabeth. Elizabeth. John. John), b. 10 
mo. 18, I79ird. 3 mo. 31, 1870: m. ESTHER ANN ENTRIKEN 12 mo. 
14, 1820, dau. of George Entriken and Esther Carpenter, b. 1799; d. i mo. 
26, 1893. Both buried at Ercildoun Friends grounds. 

Joseph was by trade a wheelwright, which he followed a number of 
years at Dilworthtown, Chester Co., Pa. He then purchaserl and removed 
to a -farm in the Great Valley, west of Coatesville. same county, where they 
continued during his life. Esther resided with her daughter iicar Consho- 
hocken, Montgomery Co., Pa., for a time, then came to W>st Chester, where 
she died. Issue: — 



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tn. Caroline, b. 9-23-1821; d. 9-24-1821. , ... 

<>: Anthony W.. b. 9-30-1822; d. 12-2-1907. ' ■^' ' '•■ 

«JS George W., b. 9-15-1824; d. 2-24-1S57. 

4>9. Carpenter, b. 9-22-1825; d. G-27-182G. 

l"0. Joseph, b. 2-19-1S27; d. 8-11-1833. 

U>\. Kmlly. b. 5-17-1S28; d. 9-2-1830. 

The above children that died voung were probably buried at Concord 

W2. Benjamin Franklin, b. 12-15-1830; d. 7-22-1S68. 

U>3. Hannah Ann, b. 6-29-1832; d. 12-6-1887. 

S.14. Samuel, b. 7-26-1834; d. 9-23-1881. 

'••jj. Marv Jane, b. 1-1-1836. 

bi}6. Joseph E., b. 3-18-1838; d. 12-22-1905. 

I'jl. Esther E., b. 12-16-1839. 

[.yS. John Alfred, b. 5-17-1842; d. 3-5-1863. 

U)V. William Henry, b. 11-26-1844; d. 1-25-1S76. 



V— 135. RICHARD MORRIS (Elizabeth, EHzabeth, John, John), b. 
10 nio. 20, 1793; d. about 15 years old. 



V— 136. HANNAH MORRIS (Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John John), b. 
7 mo. 26, 1795; d. about 20 years old, unm. 



V— 137. PHEBE MORRIS (Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, John), b. 12 
ino. 26, 1797; d. 10 mo, 1855; unm. 



V— 138. ELIZA MORRIS (Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, John), b. 10 
mo. 17, 1800; d. 3 mo. 10, 1867. unm. The latter two lived with their broth- 
er Benjamin, (131), in a house on their brother's farm, he assisting with the 
farming. 

Line of John, John, Martha (Chamberlin). 

Ch. of John Chamhcrlin {No. j6) and Elizabeth Mote, all born in Chester Co., 

- Pa. 

^'—139- JACOB CHA^IBERLIN (John. Martha, John. John), b. 
^^Pl- 7f ^775; d. Jan. 16, 1855; m. REBECCA TAYLOR July 22, 1802, by 
Rev. Jos. Turner, dau. of William Taylor and Mary Osborne, b. Aug. 5, 
1784: d. Sept. 7, 1861. 

Jacob was by trade a carpenter; he also had a small farm in East Brad- 
ford, Chester Co., Pa. He very nearly lost his sight by the explosion of pow- 
der in a rock, which did not at first ignite, but went off on his return to it. Af- 
ter this they removed to West Chester. Pa. 

(William, son of Benjamin Taylor. Jr., and Rebecca Webb. Benjamin, 
Jr., son of Benjamin Taylor and Sarah Nooks. Benjamin, Sr., son of Joseph 
1 aylor and Elizabeh Haines, who were m. in England, Joseph being the son 



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of Abiah Taylor, of Didcott, in Berkshire. Mary Osborne, dau. of Joseph, 
of Chester Co., Pa.) 
Issue : — 

510. Joseph, b. Feb. 26. 1803; d. July 2. 1840. 

511. Mary Ann, b. July 3, 1805; d. Sept. 27, 1835. 

512. Taylor, b. Jan. 19, 1807; d. May 2, 1889. 

513. Benjamin, b. Mar. 12, 1809; d. May 19, 1874. 

514. Titud, b. May 14, 1811; d. Nov. 10, 1S34. 

515. Eliza D., b. Sept. 12, 1813; d. Oct. 2, 1863. 

516. Thomas, b. April 28, 1815; d. Aug. 13, 1899. 

517. Bertha K., b. Oct. 7. 1S17; d. Mar. 2, 1901. 

518. Martha Jane, b. May 13, 1S20; d. Dec. 6, 1908. 

519. Isaac T., b. May 9. 1822; d. Sept. 6, 1904. 

520. A. Palmer, b. Aug. 26, 1S24; d. circa. 1S77. 

521. Charlotte T., b. Feb. 6, 1828; d. Sept. — , 1S98. 



V— 140. TITUS CHAMBERLIN (John, Martha John, John), b. Sept. 
17, 1777; d. Nov. 30, 1S51; m. JAXE CHEYXEY about 1S04 (?), dau. of 
Joseph Cheyney * and Edith Mendenhall, b. 4 mo. 10. 17S2; d. 2 mo. 23, 1812. 

After her death he m. second Jx-\NE WRIGHT, the eldest sister of his 
daughter-in-law, Rachel (see Xo. 523). Shed. Mar. 28, 1852. 

Titus was a miller; he was for some years at the mill belonging- to West- 
town Boarding-school, then removed to Xew Garden twp., near Avondale, 
Chester Co., Pa. He remained here during life, and was much respected in 

his neighborhood. Issue bv first wife onlv : — 

522. Elizabeth, d. 3 mo. 184l' 

523. Joseph, b. 7 mo. 6, 1808; d. 7 mo. 15, 1852. 



V— 141. HANNAH CHAMBERLIN (John, Martha, John, John), b. 
Dec. 25, 1779; d. Nov. 13. 1844; m. JOXATHAX GHEEN 1S07 (?), son 
of Joseph Gheen and Elizabeth Ingram, b. Aug. 13, 1777; d. June 17, 1861, 
both buried at Goshen Mtg. 

By trade a wheelwright, which he followed for a time, then purchased a 

farm in East Goshen, Chester Co., Pa., where they resided. Issue: — 

524. Amy, b. July 24, 180S; d. April 1, 1888. 

525. Susan, b. Sept. 4, 1809: d. Aug. 1, 1892. 

.^26. John W.. b. Aug 23, 1812; d. Apr. 10, 1840. : 

527. Sidney H., b. Feb. 15, 1818; d. Mar. 6, 1818. 



V— 142. ELIZABETH CHAMBERLIN (John, Martha, John, John), 

Note. — Joseph Cheyney (b. Jan. 12, 1735; d. Aug. 10, 1794) was a brother to Col. 
Thomas Cheyney of the Revolutionary Army; who as Squire Thomas Cheyney was the 
first to inform Gen. Washington at the time of the battle of Brandy wine, Sept. 11, 1777; 
of the approach of a division of the British Army towards Birmingham meeting house, 
where a sharp engagement ensued in which Gen. Lafayette was wounded. He afterwards 
became prominent in the American cause. He and Joseph were with three others, the 
ch. of John Cheyney, Jr., and Ann Hickman (who were m. Nov. 3, 1730. at Christ Church, 
Philadelphia), Ann being a dau. of Benjamin Hickman and Ann Buffington, of Westtown. 
and John, Jr., a son of John Cheyney. the emigrant. The name Cheyney Station on the 
West Chester and Phila. R. R. was derived from the early location there of John Chey- 
ney, Jr., and his brother, Thomas, where they had purchased a tract of land in 1724. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 59 



b. A;i^. 15, 17S2; d. Mar. 5, 1858; m. SAMUEL DAVIS Dec. 2, 1802, son 
of William and Prudence Davis. He was b. April 20, 1780; d. Oct. 21, 1853. 
They removed to Fayette Co., Pa., 1S09, thence in Nov, 1824 to Ricli- 
land Co., Oliio, and settled on a quarter section of land, where they spent the 
rest of their lives : Issue: — 



:.2S. Reuben, b. Mar. 4. 1S04; d. Jan. 22. 1835. 

r,29. Amos, b. Dec. 30, 1S05; d. June 19, 1868. 

[,30. John, b. Oct. 4, 1809; d. Oct. 1, IStJS. 

Wl. William, b. Nov. 17, 1812; d. Sept. 15, 1S44. 

M2. Samuel, Jr., b. Feb. 20, 1815; d. July 30, 1864. 

12:^ Tacy Ann, b. Dec. 17, 1817; d. in infancy. 

l?A. Eliza A., b. Jan. 12, 1820; d. May 31, 1S99. 

S35. Henry P., b. Nov. 30. 1822; d. Mar. — , 1903. 



V— 143. MARY CHAMBERLL\ (John, Martha, John, John), b. Dec. 
29, 1784; d. Nov. 29, 1870; m. LEVI GPIEEN, 1809, brother to Jonathan 
(see No, 141), b. Mar. 3, 1783; d. Dec. 12, 1839. 

Farmer. They resided in East Gosiien, Chester Co., Pa. It is said that 
Mary lived in the same house nearly sixty-two years. Issue : — 

WC. Titus W.. b. Oct. 14, ISIO; d. Oct. — , 1888. 

537. Jonathan, b. Nov. 14, ISll; d. Nov. 9, 1860. 

538. Palmer, b. April 6, 1814; d. Sept. 23. 1868. 

539. Lydia, b. Aug. 31, 1S15; d. April 24, 1850. 

540. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 21, 1817; d. April 5, 1&S5. 
641. Taylor, b. Feb. 3, 1820; d. AprU 22, 1890. 

542. Jacob, b. Jau. 15, 1822; d. 1895. - 



V— 144. AMY CHA:\IBERLIN (John, Martha, John, John), b. Feb. 
2^, 1787; d. Sept. 19, 1S72; m. WILLIA^I CALLAHAN, son of Hugh and 
Rachel, b. May 20, 1788; d. May 31, 1832. No ch. 

M. second ANTHONY TAYLOR, Nov. 10, 1836 (as his third wafe), 
son of Titus Taylor and Rebecca Hunt, b. Dec. 29, 1781; d. April 15, 1868. 
No ch. (For his first wife see No. 568.) 

They resided in West Chester, and Anthony lost his life in consequence 
erf being caught betv.een the cars and platform in the depot at West Chester, 
Pa. 

V— 145. JOFIN CH A:\IBERLIN, b. about 1790? 

Fle left home when a young man, and was not heard from afterwards. 

By Second JVifc, Jane Tliomson, all born in Chester Co., Pa. 



V— 146. JOSEPH CHAMBERLIN, b. 4 mo. 13. 1796; d. 9 mo. 21, 
1801. 

V— 147. LYDIA CHAMBERLIN, b. 9 mo. 25, 1797; d. 9 mo. 14, 
1801. 



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V— 148. ISAAC CHAMBERLIX, b. 12 mo. 20, 1799; d. 8 mo. 30, 
1825; uiim. 

V— 149. MARTHA CHAMBERLIN, b. 12 mo. 21, iSoi ; d. 7 mo. 11, 
1825; unm. 

V— 150. PALMER CHAMBERLIN (John, Martha. John. John), b. 
4 mo. II, 1803; d. 3 mo. 18, 1SS5; m. ALICE PYLE (No. 569) 12 mo. 12, 
1833, dau. of Robert Pyle and Hannah Clark, b. 9 mo. 29, 1804; d. i mo. 6, 
1884. 

He inherited his father's farm in East Bradford twp., on which they re- 
sided for a number of years. They then resided in West Chester, Pa., where 
they both died. Issue : — 

543. John, b. 10 mo. 4, 1834; d. 2 mo. 17, 1837. 

^44. Robert, P., b. 7 mo. 10, 1S36; d. 11 mo. 25, 1S64. 

545. Hannah J., b. 10 mo. 21, 1838. 

546. Sarah Adelaide, b. 10 mo. 4. 1840. 



V— 151. ANN CHAMBERLIN, b. 4 mo. 29, 1805; d. 7 mo. 17, 1828; 



unm. 



V— 152. SARAH CHAMBERLIN, b. 8 mo. 8, 1807; d. 3 mo. 22, 1833; 



unm. 



Ch. of Hannah Lhaniherlin {Xo. j8) and Abraham Clark, all born in Chester 

Co., Pa. 

V— 153. WILLIAM CLARK (Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. about 
1771 ; d. Oct. — , 1813; m. ELIZABETH HAWLEY about 1796. Her par- 
ents' names not ascertained. She was b. Mar. — , 1775; d. Oct. 2, 1851. She 
was buried by request at West Chester, Pa. 

They resided near the "Gum Tree," in Chester Co., Pa. It is related of 
Elizabeth, that her parents lived on the battleground of Brandywine during 
that engagement, and that thc}^ took refuge in the cellar with their children, 
she being then quite young, where all escaped injury. 

Issue : — 

547. Mary, b. June 8, 1797. d. July 2, 1798. 

548. Hannah, b. Jan. 4, 1799; d. Sept. 11, 1883. , . 

549. Jeptha, b. Aug. 4, 18G0; d. April 12, 1838. 

550. Mary (2d), b. Oct. 18, 1803; d. Aug. 1, 1836. ' ' • 

551. Ann, b. Mar. 5, 1806; d. Mar. 29, 1885. 

552. Lydia, b. Feb. 12, 1808; d. Aug. 2, 1875. 

553. Matilda, b. Mar. 18, ISIO; d. Nov. 9, 1886. 

554. William Hawley, b: April 2, 1813; d. Jan. 26, 1886. 



V— 154. LYDIA CLARK (Hanr.ah, Martha, John, John), b. Sept. 28, 



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1773; d. Nov. 21, 1856; m. FRANCIS WAY Oct. 25, 1794, son of Abel and 
Sarah', b. Dec. 6, 1771; d. Oct. 11, 1834. 

(Abel Way and Sarah Recch or Keech, were m. April 28, 1768, at the 
Swedes Church, Wilmington, Del.) 

They removed from Chester Co. to Greene Co., Pa., where they settled 
for life. 

M. second ABIJAH McCLAIN, spring of 1836. He d. in 184-, and af- 
ter his death she lived with her son, Benjamin F. Way. No ch. by this mar- 
riage. Issue by I St husband : — 

555. Isaac, b. Aug. IS, 1795; d. June. 19, 1823. 

556. Hannah, b. April 30, 1797; d. Aug. 6. 1S54. 

557. Joseph, b. Oct. 5, 1799; d. 1S23. 

B5S. Robert, b. Aug. 15, 1801; d. Oct. 5, 1826. 

559. Solon, b. July 23, 1803; d. July 22, 1833. 

560. Milton, b. Oct. 28, 1805; d. June 22, 1837. 

561. Abraham C, b. Nov. 25, 1807; d. Oct, 12, 1859. 

562. Sarah, b. Sept. 6, 1810; d. Feb. 25, 1832. 

563. Mary, b. April 20, 1812; d. Nov. 10, 1901. 

564. Harriet, b. Oct. 21, 1814; d. April 1, 1859. 

565. Benjamin, b. Sept. 12, 1816; d. Oct. 25, 1869. 



V— 155. HANNAH CLARK (Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 7 mo. 
22, 1778; d. I mo. 14, 1863; m. ROBERT PYLE 11 mo. 28, 1797, by Rev. 
Joseph Clarkson at the Swedes Church, Wilmington, Del. He was a son uf 
Joseph Pyle, Jr., and Alice Smith (who were m. 9 mo. 20, 1753), b. 4 mo. 22, 
1774; d. 2 mo. 23, 1859. Both buried at Londongrove Friends' grounds. 

Farmer. They resided in Londongrove, Chester Co., Pa. 

(Joseph Pyle, Jr., a son of Joseph Pyle and Sarah Dicks and Joseph, son 
of Robert Pyle and Ann Stovey, who were immigrants (See No. 17}. 

Issue : — 

566. Joseph C, b. 5-18-1799; d. 7-9-1834. 

.567. Sarah, b. 11-22-1800; d. 7-16-1895. 

568. Hannah, b. 11-18-1802; d. 3-2-1897. 

569. Alice, b. 9-29-1804; d. 1-6-1884. 

570. James, b. 3-26-1807; d. 5-20-1808. 

571. Lydia Ann, b. 9-1-lSOS; d. 4-29-1884. 

572. Jane, b. 12-4-1809; d. 2-24-1875. 
673. Clark, b. 10-22-1811; d. 6-30-1825. 

574. Lewis, b. 4-4-1813; d. 5-9-1896. 

575. Ann Eliza, b. 3-22-1815; d. 1-20-1903. _. 

576. Matilda, b. 1-27-1818; d. 5-21-1879. 

577. Susan, b. 9-12-1819; d. 10-19-1910. 
678. Rachel, b. 6-19-1821; d. 1-19-1877. 



V— 156. ISAAC CLARK (Hannah. Martha. John, John), b. Seot. 17, 
1780; d. Jan. — , 1862; m. IvIARY BOWMAN Aug. — , 1806. of Strasburg, 
Lancaster Co., Pa., b. Sept. 12, 1782; d. Feb. 4. 1875. 

They removed in April, 1807, to York. York Co., Pa., where they con- 
tmued the rest of their lives. They were buried in Friends' burying-ground at 
that place. Issue : — 

579. Eliza, b. June 3. 1807; d. June 5, 1888. 

580. Hannah, b. Sept. 25, 1808; d. Sept. 11, 1809, 

581. Cyrus, b. Jan. 3, 1810. 



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5S2. Hiram, b. July IS, 1811. 

583. Abraham, b. Nov. 2(3, 1812; d. Sept. 12, 1813. 

584. Sarah, b. June 30, 1S14; d. Dec. — , 1S91. 

585. John, b. Nov. 17, 1815. 
686. Euos B., b. Mar. 9, 1S18. 

587. Mary A., b. Nov. 10, 1820; d. Nov. 23, 1892. 

588. Abia B., b. April 25, 1825; d. Sept. 18, 1869. 



V— 157. ANN CLARK (Hannah, Martha, John, John), b about 1782; 
d. 7 mo. — , 1839; unm. 

V— 158. MARY CLARK, b. about 1784; d. young. 

V— 159. MARTHA CLARK (Hannah, Martha, fohn, John), b. Oct. 
— , 1786; cl. Sept. 18, 1870; m. JOSEPH HARRY July 22. 1805, son of 
Jesse Harry and Christiana Webb, b. Ap. 9, 1782; d. Nov. — , 1S20. 

They lived in York, York Co., Pa., where Joseph died. 

M. second JOHN NELSON, Sept. 3, 1823. 

They resided for a time in Dauphin Co., Pa. He d. June — , 1857, in 

Millbrook, Wayne Co., O., to which place they had removed many years 
previous. 

Issue by first husband : — 

589. Jesse C, b. 1-26-1807; d. 12-23-1810. 

590. Abraham Clark, b. 8-24-1S09; d. 2-2-1899. 

591. Joseph Palmer, b. 1-2-1S12; d. 12-1-1890. 

592. Daniel Lewis, b. lO-lS-1818; d. 2-2-1871. • ■ 

593. William S., b. 6-15-1820; d. 6-25-1880. - . 

By second husband: — 

594. Samuel, b. 6-21-1824. 

595. Barbara, b. 12-17-1826; d. 12-10-1897. 

596. Rachel, b. 1828; d. at 18 months. • ' 

597. James, b. 1830; d. in infancy. 

598. Harriet Jane, b. 8-14-1832; d. 5-6-1896. 

Line of John^ John, John, Asher. 

Ch. of Asher Palmer {No. 43) and Alice Malin. 

V— 160. JOSEPH PALMER (Asher. John, John, John), b. 2 mo. 4, 
1785; d. 9 mo. 7, 1842; m. ;NLA.RY HALL, 1809, dau. of Stephen Hall and 
Betsy Mancil,* sister to Elizabeth (see No. 76), b. i mo. 5, 1780; d. 10 mo. 

2, 1840. 



Note. — Mary's mother, Betsy (Mancil) Kail, lived to be very old and was a very 
sociable and charitable person in her neighborhood. She d. 3 mo. 20, 1S3S, in her 98th 
year. Stephen Hail d. 7 mo. 20, 1815, probably near about 80 years of age, he having 
remembered the first John Palmer. He was a son of Thomas Hall, Jr., 
who d 1780, and Mary Scarlet, and grandson of the elder Thomas, who came from Eng- 
land, and in 1686 purchased land adjoining the tract John Palmer took up. His will 
was proved 6 mo. (Aug.) 21, 1717. 

Mary Scarlet was a dau. of Humphrey Scarlet and Anne Weaver (widow), of 
Chichester, who had children, John. Shadrack, Nathaniel (m. Hannah Dutton), Humphrey, 
Mary, as above; Susanna (m. Daniel Brown), Elizabeth (m. Richard Cox), and Rebecca 
Anne Weaver was first the wife of Anthony "Weaver and a dau. of Joseph and Jane 
Richards, of Aston. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 63 



Joseph was complained oi to Concord Mtg. for iil by a magistrate 3 mo. 
8, 1809, for which he made an acknowledgment, which was accepted 6 mo. 9, 
1809; to wit : 
"Dear Friends : 

"I have so far deviated from the good order established amongst Friends 
as to keep company and accomplish my marriage with a person not in mem- 
bership with Friends by the assistance of a }^Iagistrate, for which I * ♦ * hope 
Friends will accept of this acknowledgment and continue me under their care 
as my future conduct may deserve." 

Joseph and ]\Iary resided on a portion of his father's land, which he pur- 
chased, and erected thereon buildings. His occupations were blacksmithing 
and farming. 

Mar}' joined Concord Friends' Meeting 2 mo. 2, 181 5, and they were ac- 
tive members the rest of their lives, Joseph being for several years an over- 
seer. They were buried at Concord ^Mtg. Issue : — 

599. Morris, b. 8-11-1810; d. 12-23-1873. 

600. Robert H.. b. 3-11-1S12; d. 6-30-1901. 

601. Sally Ann, b. 4-1S-1S14; d. 6-1-1892. 

602. Lydia, b. 1-24-1816; d. 1-3-1903. 

603. Asher, b. 4-23-1 SIS; d. 7-19-1S42. 

604. William M., b. 1-22-1S20; d. 4-5-1894. 

605. Susanna, b. 1-14-1822; d. 2-20-1857. 



V— 161. SUSANNA PALMER (Asher, John, John, John), b. 6 mo. 
27, 1787; d. 8 mo. 3, 1824; m. ABNER MALIN 5 mo. 18, 1808, in Concord 
Mtg.-H., son of Thomas ]\Ialin (William 3, Jacob 2, Randel i), and Grace 
Minshall, * b. 1779; d. 4 mo. 26, 1857. 

At the time of their m. he is called of Chester; to which ^Itg. she took 
a certificate 7 mo. 6, 1808. They removed to the vicinity of Concord, bring- 
ing a certificate for themselves and two children, ]\Iary Ann and Thomas, 2 
mo. 26, 18 18, but returned to Chester with a certificate of 9 mo. 28, 1820, 
with children. Fie was buried at Sandy Bank burying ground near Media, 
Pa., and a Susanna iNlalin, probably she, had been buried there 8 mo. 3, 1824. 

Issue : — 

606. Mary Ann, b. circa, 1S09; d. 1843 or 4. 

607. Thomas, d. 7 mo. — , 1848. 

608. Abner, Jr., b. about. 1S15; d. 10-17-1835. 

V— 162. MORRIS PALMER (Asher, John, John, John), b. 7 mo. 12, 
1790; d. 1826 (?). 

In early life he became afflicted with an ailment of the spine, which ren- 
dered him nearly helpless ; he nevertheless taught school in his father's house 
for several years with remarkable success. 

V— 163. HULDA PAL:vIER, b. about 1793 ; d. when six years old. 

Note. — Grace Minshall was b. 10 mo. 25, 1714; d. 1 mo. 14, 1813, nearly completing 
a century. She was the youngest of ten ch. of Thomas Min&hall and Agnes Salkeld, the 
latter being a dau. of John Salkeld the elder. (See No. 120 Note.) 



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V— 164. ALICE PALMER (Asher, John. John, John), b. 5 mo. 2, 
1796; d. 10 mo. 31, 1847; unm. 



V— 165. PHEBE PALMER (Asher, John, John, John), b. 8 mo. 5. 
1798; d. 3 mo. 15, 1838; m. XEWLIX ARMEXT 2 mo. 17, 1825, son of 
Isaac xArment * and Rachel X'ewlin, b. 5 mo. 24. 1797; d. 9 mo. 17, 1864. 

At the time of their m. Xewhn was not a member of meeting; Phebe 
made an acknowledgment to Concord Mtg. 9 mo. 29, 1S25, for m. by a Mag- 
istrate and XewHn joined the same mtg. 8 mo. 3. 1826. He was appointed 
an overseer 10 mo. 24, 1844, and continued until 10 mo. 27, 1855; he was 
again appointed to the same otfice 3 mo. 22, 1S60, which he held at the time 
of his death. He had been a very useful member of the meeting. 

He followed farming; resided and owned property at first in Concord 
Twp., Pa., then in Brandy wine Hundred. Delav.are, and afterwards in Bir- 
mingham, Delaware Co., Pa., but towards the close of his life lived with his 
dau. Phebe Ann and son-in-law, Charles Young, at Concordville. Pa. All of 
the above were buried in Concord Friends' ground. 

Issue : — 

609. Susanna P., b. 3-27-1826; d. 10-30-1845. 

610. Sidney Ann. b. 11-1-1S27; d. 9-1S-1S56, 

611. Philena. b. 4-26-1829; d. 8-12-1900. 

612. John, b. 8-6-1830; d. 2-14-1889. 

613. Alice, b. 7-3-1832; d. 7-4-1865. 

614. Phebe Ann, b. 6-23-1834; d. 7-21-1910. 



Ch. of Hannah Palmer {No. 44) and Benjamin Martin, all bom in Aston, 

Delaware Co.^ Pa. 

V— -166. MARY :\IARTIX (Hannah, John. John, John), b. 5 mo. 30, 
1790; d. 9 mo. 4, 1864; m. SAMUEL XEWLIX 3 mo. i, 1818, son of 
Thomas Newlin and Sarah Grubb, b. 5 mo. i, 1787; d. 10 mo. 14, 1871. He 
was a blacksmith. They lived for many years in Wilmington, Del., but finally 

removed to Connecticut. Issue: — 

615. Hannah M., b. 9-21-1818; d. 3-5-1833. 

616. Charity I., b. 9-7-1820; d. 2-17-1833. 

617. Elizabeth P., b. 12-8-1821; d. 2-15-1897. 

618. Sarah, b. 9-23-1S25; d. 3-16-1833. 



V— 167. SARAH MARTIN (Hannah, John. John, John), b. 12 mo. 
10, 1791; d. 8 mo. 3, 1882; m. SAMUEL HATTOX, 1811. son of Peter 
Hatton and Phebe !vlalin, of Birmingham, (who were m. 4 mo. 3, 1783, at 
Providence ]M.-H.), b. 3 mo. 10. 1787; d. 11 mo. 3. 1833. 

Samuel and Sarah removed to East X'ottingham, Chester Co., Pa., where 

Note. — Isaac Arment, a son of John and Catharine Arment, b. 6 mo. 18, 1761; d. 
11 mo. 23, 1848; and Rachel Newlin, a dau. of Nicholas and Ann Newlin, b. 11 mo. 26, 
1760; d. 1 mo. 6, 1S55, in her 95th year. They had children, Ann, John, Isaac, Levi. Newlin, 
Hannah and Elizabeth. Of these Isaac lived In Concord and was for many years the gen- 
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he died. She resided with her dau. in West Chester, Pa., the latter years 
of her Hfe. Issue: — 

619. Hannah, b. 2-17-1812; d. 3-20-1S95. 

620. Maria, b. 12-14-1813; d. 9-16-1S70. 

621. Thomas, b. 3-3-1S16; d. 10-10. 1868. 

622. Phebe, b. 6-11-1518; d. 5-5-1866. :• 

623. Lvdia, b. 4-5-1S21; d. 4-19-1837. 

624. Mary Ann, b. 7-17-1829; d. 4-19-1837. 

Peter, son of Peter Hatton and Sarah Pyle, b. 2 mo. 19, 1757; d. 4 mo. 
16, 1837, the elder Peter being a son of Peter Hatton, who m. Hannah Years- 
ley I mo. 13, 1717, in Concord M.H. Phebe Malin. a dau. of Gideon and 
Phebe, b 11 mo. i, 1762; d. 7 mo. 28, 1S47, ^"^ a sister to Alice, the wife 
of Ashur Palmer (No. 53). 

Peter Hatton and Hannah Yearsley (sister to 3.1artha, wife of John 

Palmer, (No. 2) had the following children: — 

James, b. 11 mo. 11, 1719. 
Elizabeth, b. 8 mo. 23, 1721. 
Peter, b. 6 mo. 18, 1724. 
Thomas, b. 8 mo. 11, 1726. 

V— 168. ABRAHAM ^.lARTIN, b. 9 mo. 21, 1793; d. 11 mo. 14, 
1793- 

V— 169. JOHN MARTIN (Hannah, John, John, John), b. 4 mo. 4, 
1795; d. 2 mo. 16, 183S; m. SARAH HATTON 2 mo. 4. 1822, sister to 
Samuel (See No. 166), b. 2 mo. 3, 1792; d. 8 mo. 25, 1874; buried at Con- 
cord Mtg. 

They resided at Kennett Square, Chester Co., Pa., where she continued 
with her son for many years aiter her husband's death, then removed 
with him to Wilmington, Del., where she closed her life. 

Issue : — 

625. Maria, b. 11-2-1822; d. 8-4-1S23. 

626. Mary, b. 11-18-1823; d. 1-11-1829. 

627. Hannah, b. 9-20-1825; d. 11-27-1857. 

628. Benjamin Hatton, b. 2-14-1830; d. 9-30-1830. 

629. Enoch Passmore Hoopes, b. 10-5-1831; d. 12-9-1905. 

630. Louisa Hoopes, b. 5 mo. 27, 1834; d, 12 mo. 20, 1843. 

V— 170. LYDIA MARTIN (Hannah. John, John. lohn), b. 8 mo. 21, 
1797; d- 10 mo. 31, 1862; m. SAMUEL ^^IARSHALL' 1S23. son of Caleb 
Marshall and ]Mary Marshall, b. 12 mo. 13, 1794: d. 9 mo. 7, 1842. 

Caleb, son of Samuel Marshall and Rachel Peirce, dau. of Joshua. Sam- 
uel, son of Abraham, of East Bradford, and Rachel Carter. 

Samuel and Lydia removed to Susquelianna Co., Pa., thence to New 
York State, and subsequently to Missouri, where they remained during life. 

Issue : — 

631. Amanda, b. Jan. 4, 1824; d. April 5, 1861. , 

632. Martin, b. Dec. 10, 1827. 

633. Mary, b. April 6, 1830; d. April 27, 1871. 

634. Hannah, b. May 28, 1837; d. Sept. 28, 1895. 

V— 171. THOMAS MARTIN (Hannah, lohn. Tohn, John), b. 3 mo. 
21, 1799; d. 4 mo. 25, 1870; m. LYDIA GRUBB, 11 mo. 8, 1821, dau. of 



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Isaac Grubb * and Margaret Crawfurd, b. 3 mo. 3, 1793 ; d. 4 mo. 16, 1878. 

Thomas and Lydia lived on the home-place of his father; he was a staunch, 
reliable citizen and much respected in his neighborhood. He took great in- 
terest in maintaining a fertile farm and was a superior judge of horses of 
which he was fond. Lydia was well informed in local history, and furnished 
much information for this volume. She joined Concord Mtg. 9 mo. 25, 1845, 
of which she remained a member the rest of her life. 

During her latter years she was entirely blind; both buried at Cumberland 
Cemetery. Issue : — 

635. B. PYanklin. b. 11-4-1522; d. 3-19-1S89. 

636. Samuel G., b. 9-20-1823; d. 9-23-1S35. 

637. Margaret, b. 6-15-1S25; d. 3-14-1884. 

638. Hannah Maria, b. 9-24-1S33; d. 3-19-1S34. 

639. William Lewis, b. 1-14-1835. 



V— 172. ASHER MARTIN (Hannah, John, John, John), b. 11 mo. 
16, 1800; d. 9 mo. I, 1806. 

Ch. of John Palmer (No. ^5) and\ Ellen Waddell. 

V— 173. MARY PALMER (John. John. John, John), b. 1801 ; d. 6 
mo. 28, 1867; m. THOMAS TAYLOR; no information obtained relating 
to him. 

She resided with her uncle George Palmer (No. 48) and aunt Sarah the 
greater part of her life. It is probable that he did not live long after their m. 

Issue : — 
640. John, b. 1834; d. 8-30-1862. 

Ch. of Joseph Palmer (No. 46) and Sarah Kcster, all born in Concord, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa. 

V— 174. SAMUEL PALMIER (Joseph, John, John, John), b. 3 mo. 
16, 1792; d. 10 mo. 10, 1865: m. ANN MALIN 5 mo. 3, 1815. dau. of 
Thomas Malin and Grace Minshall; b. 9 mo. 16, 1793; d. 5 mo. 9, 1864, sis- 
ter to Abner (see No. 161). 

They were m. under the care of Chester Monthly IMtg., of which Ann 
was a member. She brought a certificate to Concord Mtg. 9 mo. 28. 181 5. 
They resided for a short time in Concord Twp.. then removed to Bradford 
and took a certificate to that meeting 4 mo. 3. 181 7; they were also, for a 
time in Pennsbur\' Twp.. living thus far on rented farms. 

About 1840 he purchased a farm in Thornbur\% Delaware Co., Pa., to 
which he removed and bro't a certificate to Concord Mtg. 6 mo. 25, 1840, for 

Note. — Isaac Grubb was a resident of Brandywine Hundred, Delaware. He had 
11 children, of which Lydia was the ninth; he was a son of Samuel Grubb and Rebecca 
Hewes; Sarauel, a son of John Grubb, Jr.. and Rachel Buckley and John, Jr., a son of 
John Grubb and his wife Frances, the Immicrants, who were first at Upland in 1679, 
'thus antidating the arrival of TVm. Penn). and afterwards in 16S2 settled on the Dela- 
ware river in New Castle County and gave the name to Grubb's Landing, which it 
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himself, wife and five children. This remained their residence during their 
lives. He served one term as County Commissioner with credit. Both he 
and Ann were exemplary members of the Society of Friends. They were 
buried at Concord Friends' grounds. Issue : — 

641. Giace, b. 3-9-1S16; d. 10-15-1824. 

642. Enos, b. 9-7-1S18; d. 1-20-1S20. 

643. Joseph, b. 11-14-1820; d. S-23-1S31. 

644. Samuel, b. 5-1S-1S24; d. 11-24-1907. 

645. Sarah Ann, b. 4-20-1828; d. 7-10-1876. 

646. Malin, b. 12-9-1S30; d. 10-31-1841. 

647. Thomas, b. 12-26-1831. 

648. Susanna, b. 2-5-1833; d. 2-5-1833. 

649. Edwin, b. 10-16-1836. 



V— 175. SUSANNA PALMER (Joseph. John, John, John), b. 7 mo. 
9, 1793; d. II mo. 5, 1S31; m. THO^IAS GOOD, Jr., 9 mo. 11, 1816, in 
Concord INItg., son of Thomas Good and Esther Lewis, of Londonderry, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa., b. 8 mo. 7, 1791; d 5 mo. 28, 1870. They resided in Chester 
Co., Pa., in West Grove and Penn townships, and were Friends. She took a 
certificate from Concord to New Garden Meeting 11 mo. 28, 18 16. He m. 
again. 

Issue b}' Susanna : — 

650. Le^vis, b. 6-28-1818; d. 2-27-1848. 

651. Joseph, b. 11-19-1820; d. 5-1-1902. , - 

652. Palmer, b. 9-18-1822; d. 7-10-1886. 

653. Francis, b. 4-4-1824; d. 8-23-1902. 

654. Robert, b. 3-28-1S26; d. 6-27-1869. 
665. Isaac, b. 9-2S-1S27; d. 4-15-1894. 



V— 176. JOHN PAL:MER (Joseph. John. John, John), b. 7 mo. 9. 
1794; d. 8 mo. 19, 1874; m. SARAH ^L-\RSHALL 10 mo. 25, 1S21, dau. of 
Dr. Moses ^Marshall * and Alice Pennock, b. 9 mo. 17, 1798; d. 9 mo. 14, 
1875- 

John and Sarah settled on land of her ancestors, and followed farming 
for many years. They then resided in the village of Marshallton, Chester Co., 
Pa., where they died. Issue : — 

656. Marshall, b. 7-16-1822; d. 7-25-1882. 

657. Anna Maria, b. 9-17-1824. ' ■ 

658. Pennock, b. 9-17-1824; d. 7-1-1905. 

Note. — Moses, son cf James Marshall and Sarah Waite; Alice, dau. of Nathaniel 
Pennock and Sarah Bourn. James Marshall was a brother to Humphrey, the noted 
botanist, and a son of Abraham Marshall, v.-ho wa.=> b. at Gratton. Derbyshire, England, 
in 1669, aJid emigrated to America in 1700. He m. Mary Hunt 11 mo. (Jan.) 1703, dau. 
of James Hunt and Eliza Chambers. They settled at the Forks of the Brandywine in 
1707. He was instrumental in the settlement of Bradford meeting. A memorial of 
Abraham Marshall from Bradford monthly meetiag of Friends states that he became 
a minister and travelpd into New Jersey and the South, that "he was an example of 
plainness and self-denial, his ministry acceptable, his doctrine sound and his life, con- 
versation and deportment adorning the same. He was a loving husband, a tender 
father, a kind neighbor, and open hearted to those that wanted relief." He died 12 mo. 
17, 1767, by the general count in his 97th year. He and many of the family wsre buried 
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66P. Junius M., b. 3-10-1828; d. 1-21-1892. 

660. Kester. b. 4-10-1829; d. 6-11-1862. 

661. John. b. 1-2-1S32; d. 2-25-1901. 

662. MargaretU M., b. 8-12-1834. 

663. Humphrey, b. 10-24-183G; d. 10 mo. — , 1867. 

664. Sarah A., b. 5-24-1839; d. 10-24-1865. 

665. Emma E., b. 3-4-1841. 

V— 177. HANNAH PALMER (Joseph. John, John. John), b. 10 mo. 
18, 1796; d. 3 mo. 21, 1859; m. JOSHUA CLOUD, Jr., 10 mo. 8, 1823, in 
Concord Mtg., son of Joshua Clond and Ruth Jackson, b. 3 mo. 23, 1794; d. 
II mo. 5, i860; both buried at Ercildoun Meeting. He was a farmer, resided 
in East Fallowfield, Chester Co . Pa. She took a certificate from Concord 
to Fallowfield Mtg. i mo. i, 1824, in which she afterwards became a minister. 

Issue : — 

686. John, b. 7-10-1824; d. 4-20-1908. 

667. Jesse, b. 4-17-1S32; d. 8-28-1892. 

668. Sarah Ann. b. 2-4-1836. 

V— 178. RACHEL PALMER (Joseph, John, John. John), b. 3 mo. 20, 
1798; d. 7 mo. 8, 1868; m. GEORGE SEEDS 6 mo. — , 1821, son of Jona- 
than Seeds * and Mary Ann Cloud, b. 10 mo. 7, 1797; d. 12 mo. 17, 1865. 

He purchased a farm on the Brandywine, near West Chester, Pa., where 
they resided until the close of their lives. They were buried at Bradford Mtg. 

Issue : — 

669. Sarah Ann. b. 9-28-1822; d. 8-13-1823. 

670. Joseph P., b. 9-28-1823; d. 3-11-18S4. 

671. Margaret H., b. 8-31-1825; d. 3-29-1857. 

672. Mary Ann, b. 4-20-1S27; d. 10-30-1842. 

673. Rachel P., b. 12-23-1828; d. 6-9-1S45. 

674. Amy Ann, b. 9-13-1830; d. 6-11-1905. 

675. Ann Eliza, b. 10-1-1833. 

676. George W., b. 11-4-1836; d. 12-3-1900. 



V — 179. JOSEPH PAL]\iER, b. 9 mo. 23, 1799; d. young. 
V— 180. SIDNEY PALMER, b. 6 mo. 8, 1801; d. young. 



V— 181. GEORGE PALMER (Toseph, John. John. John), b. 4 mo. 28, 
1803; d. 3 mo. II, 1867; m. MARY" ANN McFARLAN 12 mo. 14. 1826, 
dau. of George McFarlan * and Sarah Peterson, b. i mo. 17, 1807; d. 10 mo. 
20, 1863. 

Note. — Jonathan Seeds, a son of George Seeds and Margaret Hoopes, and a brother 
to Emmor Seeds, -who m. Ann Cloud; they being grandsons of Edward Seeds and 
Abigail BufP.ngton. 

Note. — George McFarlan b. 3 mo. 1 1772; d. 5 mo. 9, 1845; m. Sarah Peterson, 1794; 
she was b. 11 mo. 14, 1771; d. 11 mo. 13, 1858, being within one day of 87 years. She 
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George and Mary Ann resided for many years near Cochranville, Chester 
Co., Pa. After the death of his brother Jesse he purchased and removed to 
the farm which the latter left in Concord, Delaware Co. About 1857 he sold 
this, and purchased another at Doe Run, Chester Co. Whilst living here the 
whole family, excepting himself, were seized with the typhoid fever, and, be- 
ing entirely unable to help tlicmselves. the neighbors kindly and promptly 
came to their assistance, but death claimed a share, taking first a son, and in 
a few days his wife. Some time after these events he called together those 
who had been friends indeed, and expressed to them in an essay his heartfelt 
gratitude for their example of practical Christianitv. 

In 2 mo. — , 1S67, he m. second. MARY ANN WOLLASTON (as her 
second husband; her maiden name Taylor), but he only lived a month after. 
She then resided with her son (see No. 686) in East Marlborough, Chester 
Co., Pa. She d. 8 mo. 21, 1894. 

Issue:— 
677. Sarah Ann. b. 4-25-182S: d. 1-2-1906. 
078. Susan, b. 9-13-1S29; d 5-3-1S.56. 

G79. Julia Ann, b. 9-4-1831; d. 1-2S-1S44. • • 

CSO. Mary. b. 3-4-1834; d. 9-26-1910. 
6iJl. Joseph, b. 1-S-1S36; d. 11-17-1S99. 
CS2. Elizabeth, b. 10-23-183S. 

653. George Granville, b. 3-23-1841; d. 11-30-1843. 

654. George Ehvood, b. 12-21-1843; d. 5-2-1S44. 

655. Isaac Granville, b. 5-13-1845; d. 9-17-1863. 
686. Georgianna, b. 2-3-1848. 

V— 182. JESSE PALMER (Joseph, John, John, John), b. 5 mo. 15, 
1805; d. 8 mo. 2, 1851 ; m. ANNA WILLIAMSON 10 mo. 5, 1836, dau. of 
Amor Williamson and Nancy Pierce, of Aston, b. 12 mo. 28, 1798; d. 12 mo. 
12, 1837. 

M. second wife, AMY DARLINGTON, 8 mo. 31, 1842. dau. of Jesse 
Darlington and Amy Sharpless, of Middletown, b. 9 mo. 11, 1805; d. 11 mo. 
4, 1847- 

M. third wife, MARY M. TRIMBLE, 3 mo. 7, 1850, (No. T-99), b. i 
mo. 9, 1803 ; d. 8 mo. 28, 1878. 

He was a prominent and extensive builder, being by trade a carpenter, 
but in later life he went to farming, residing near Concordville. He left no 
children. All were buried at Concord Mtg. 

V— 183. SARAH PALMER (Joseph, John, John. John), b. 3 
mo. 18, 1807; d. 6 mo. zy, 1864; m. BENJAMIN PALMER (6) 3 mo. 6, 
1839 ( see No. 242). 

maker, in which trade he became quite noted; he was a son of John McFarlan and 
Sarah Heald, who were m. 1705; John was b. 1738, iu Ireland, emigrated to America 
in 1760 and settled in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Pa.; he d. 3 mo. 8, 1802; he was the 

third of six ch. of Duealri McFarlan and Foster, who were m. about 1733 and 

resided in Ireland, Dugald a son of John McFarlan and Catharine Hamilton of Lascable 
Parish, County of Tyrone, Ireland; it is probable the name was given for Dugdale parish 
in Scotland from whence the family originally came. The name McFarlan probably also 
originated from a locality. — Mc meaning son and Farlan signifying the farland in Scot- 
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After a residence in various localities in Chester Co., she finally settled at 
West Chester, where she d. She was buried at Concord Mtg. For issue see 
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V— 184. AMY PALMER (Joseph. John, John, John), b. 5 mo. 14. 
1811; d. 12 mo. 5, 1886; m. MICHAEL MYERS 6 mo. 16, 1845, (his sec- 
ond wife), son of Jacob Myers and Elizabeth Rittenhouse. b. 10 mo. 19, 1808: 
d. 9 mo. 5, 1888. They resided last at Doe Run, Chester Co., Pa., both bur- 
ied at Unionville cemetery. 

(Jacob Myers, son of Jacob and ]Mary.) 

(Michael was m. to his first wife. Mary Cousins, 10 mo. 19, 1832. She 
left no living children). Issue by Amy: — 

687. Joseph, b. 4-4-1846: d. 5-16-1S46. 

688. Emma, b. 9-10-1849; d. t>-ll-1902. 

Ch. of Benjamin Palmer {No. .//) and Anna Kester, the oldest born in Del- 
aware Co., the; rest in Columbia Co., Pa. 

V— 185. SAMUEL PALMIER * (Benjamin, John, John, John), b. 
1790; d. 1863; m. ^lARY HALL 1812, sister to Charles (see Xo. 195). 

Blacksmith. They removed to Erie Co.. N. Y., and settled at North 
Boston in that Co., and were buried in the cemeter}' near that place. Issue: — 

689. Eliza. 

690. Ann. 

691. Catharine. 



V— 186. HANNAH PALMER (Beniamin. John, John. John), b. Aug. 
21, 1791; d. Jan. 3, 1874; m. AMOS PARKER Feb. 28, 1811, at Fishing 
Creek, Pa., son of Ephraim and Sarah Parker, of New Jersey, born Aug. 24, 
1790; d. in 1838. 

He removed in early life to Pennsylvania. In 1824 he and Hannah 
removed with their family to Lancaster, O. His occupation was milling. Af- 
ter his death Hannah lived with her dau., Sarah Dutton, in Perry Co., O. 

Issue : — 

692. Samuel, b. Mar. — , 1812; d. Sept. 10. 1816. 

693. Ephraim, b. Aug. — . 1S14; d. 186-. ^ ' 

694. Anne. b. Sept. 10, 1816; d. July 20, 1S24. 

695. Sarah, b. July 22, 1818; d. Mar 16, 1901. 

696. Hannah, b. Dec. 20, 1820; d. Feb. 10, 1864. 

697. Amos. b. 1824; d. 1824. 

698. Daniel, b. Julv 23, 1825; d. Oct. — , 1850. 

699. Henry, b. June 26, 1827; d. 1845. 

700. Mary, b. Jan. 20, 1832. 



Note.— The Postmaster of North Boston, Erie Co., N. Y., replying: Nov. 26, 1907. 
to an inquiry concerning this family stares that the oldest inhabitant, S8 years c!d. 
remembered SamiK-l Palmer -^^pll; that three daughters were all the children he had; that 
Eliza married a man named Wheelock and died many years ago, which was ail the 
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V— 187. GEORGE PALMER (Benjamin, John, John, John) 
b. July 19, 1793; d. Nov. 16. 1881; m. ABIGAIL WOOD May 12, 1818, 
dau. of Robert Wood and Mary Kester. She d. April 23, 1862, from the 
effects of jumping from a wagon during a runaway; both buried at Plain- 
field, O. 

George removed wiien a young man to Belmont Co., O. He purchased 
a -farm on the great National Road in that county, near Lloydsville, where he 
permanently settled. Issue: — 

701. Mary Ann, b. Feb. 19, 1S19; d. 1819. 

702. Sarah Ann, b. Feb. 23, 1S20; d. Mar. 6, ISSO. 

703. Norris, b. Nov. 25, 1821; d. April 16, 1849. 

704. Charles W., b. Aug. 25. 1823; d. Jan. 3, 1893. 

705. Rebecca B., b. Mar. 13, 1825; d. Dec. — , 1850. 

706. Mary W., b. April 23, 1827; d. June 22, 1892. 

707. Samuel, b. April 29, 1S29; d. Sept. 3, 1899. 

708. Ruthanna, b. July 3, 1831. '■ '■ 

709. Rachel H., b. Dec. 12, 1833; d. June 21, 1877. 

710. Hannah E., b. Aug. 3. 1836. 

711. Benjamin, b. May 1, 1838; d. Dec. — , 1839. 

712. Robert W., b. Dec. 3. 1840. 

713. Clarissa Almira, b. Aug. 3, 1842. 



V~i88. AMY PAL^^IER (Benjamin, John, John, John), b. 
1795; d. about 1835; m. NATHA>sT OLIVER about 1813. They lived in 
Greenwood Twp., Columbia Co., Pa. 

But very meagre accounts received of them or of their family. After 
Amy's death he m. second wife, Hannah Ogden, Amy's first cousin, dau. of 
Isaac Ogden and Rachel Kester, the latter a sister of Amy's mother. Amy's 
children : — 

714. John, b. 3-29-1818; d. 6-3-1851. 

715. Peter. 

716. Mary, d. Jan. 5, 1866. 

717. Sarah Ann, b. Sept. 20, 1824; d. July 14, 1867. 

718. Eleanor, b. 12-3-1828; d. 2-10-1872. 

719. Rachel, d. 3-29-1S74. 



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V— 189. JOHN PALMER (Benjamin, John, John, John), b. 1798; d. 



V— 190. PETER PALMER (Benjamin. John. John, John) b. July 
24, 1800; d. Nov. 5, 1889; m. MARY VANHORN Jan. 14, 1821, dau. of 
William and Hannah Vanhorn, b. Oct. 9. 1796; d. May 14. 1876, both bur- 
ied at Quaker Hill, Lycoming Co., Pa. ; by trade Peter was a blacksm.ith 
which he followed for many years, after which he purchased a farm and went 
to farming. Retiring from this he took up his residence in Warrensville, 
Lycoming Co., Pa., where he died. He furnished very considerable informa- 
tion respecting his father's and his own family. Issue: — 

720. John K., b. Oct. 29, 1821; d. June 2, 1906. 

721. Jane, b. Oct. 21, 1823; d. May 18, 1909. 

722. Ann, b. Oct. 22, 1825. 

723. V/illiam V., b. Nov. 29, 1827; d. Mar. 24, 1900. 

724. Margaret, b. May 19, 1830; d. April 12, 1908. 



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725. Deborah, b. July 14, 1S32; d. July 7, 1900. 

726. Hannah, b. May 10, 1S35: d. Jan. 10, 1895. 

727. Benjamin, b. Dec. 25. 1S37; d. Feb. 2, 1910. 

728. Zerhaniah, M., b. June 6, 1S40. 

729. Elmira, b. Aug. 12, 1842; d. May 18. 1909. 



V— 191. ISAAC K. PALMER (Benjamin, John, John. John), b. 
Sept. 4, 1802. at Fishing Creek, Pa.; d. Julv 22, 1891, at Norwalk, O. ; m. 
ELIZABETH THO.MPSOX Sept. 4, 1823, in Williamsport. Pa.; m. sec- 
ond ALMIRA CLEMENT ^lay 24. 1836. in Concord. N. H., dau. oi Joshua 
and Abigail Clement, b. Pembroke, N". H., Jan. i, 1S07; d. Concord, N. H., 
Mar. 2"^, 1S45. 

M. third SOPHRONIA THO^IPSOX Feb. 12. 1846, in Concord, N. 
H., dau. of Charles and Hannah Thompson, b. April 10, 1812, at Wilmot, 
N. H.; d. Nov. 8. 1892, at Norwalk, O. 

In early life he followed the occupation of tailor. He went to Chicago 
in 1S36, when it was a small tovrn of only 500 inhabitants. He engaged in 
business there, running a stave factory, bakery. (S:c. He owned considerable 
land in what is now the heart of the city ; he also owned a fine wharfing privi- 
lege. The property which he then^ owned is estimated to be worth now over 
a million dollars. On account of reverses in business, due to the great panic 
in 1839, he lost all his property and moved to Concord. X. H.. where he was 
for many years in the employ of a railway company. In 1862 he moved to 
Sandusky, O., and a few years later to Norwalk. O.. where he bought a small 
fruit farm and lived on the same to the time of his death. Issue by urs't 
wife: — 

730. Sarah Ann, b. July 3, 1824. 

By second wife: — 

731. Isaac Clement, b. Sept. — . 1S38; d. Jan. — , 1839. 

732. Robert Freeman, b. June 9. 1S40; d. Jan. 4, 1862. 

733. John Clement, b. Sept. 8, 1842. 

By third wife : — 

734. Almira C, b. Nov. 6, 1847; d. May 2, 1848. 



V— 192. MARY K. PALMER (Benjamin, Tohn. John. John), b. Nov. 
13. 1805; d. Aug. 31, 1889; m. GEORGE WHEELLAND Feb. i, 1S27. at 
Williamsport, Pa., son of Samuel and Susan Wheeland. b. April 29, 1805; d. 
Feb. 12, 1879, both buried at Freden's Lutheran Church. 

They removed from Blooming Grove to Liberty Valley. Tioga Co., Pa., 
where they permanently settled. Issue: — 

735. George R., b. Dec. 14, 1827. 

736. Lydia A., b. Aug. 11, 1829; d. Nov. S. 1906. 

737. William P., b. Oct. 29, 1832; d. April IT. 1865. 

738. Samuel, b. Dec. 23, 1834; d. same day. 

739. Mary Charlotte, b. April 13, 1S3T; d. Jan. 13, 1905. 

740. Hannah (twin), b. July 20, 1840; d. July 29. 1840. 

741. Rachel (twin), Julv 20. 1840; d. July 29, 1840. 

742. Charles D., b. Nov. 4, 1S41. 

743. Isaac F., b. Jan. 25, 1845. • . 






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V— 193- JOSEPH K. PALMER (Benjamin, John, John. John) b. 
about Dec. 31, iSoS; d. April 11, 18S4; m. ELIZA A. PIULBERT 1830, St. 
Clairsviile, O., b. tliere ^L^rch 4. 1809; d. Feb. 13, 1881. They continued at 
St. Clairsviile, Belmont Co., until the spring of 1841, when they removed 
to his old home in Lycoming Co., Pa. They lived here until the spring of 
1854, when with their numerous family of sons and daughters they emigrated 
to Baraboo, Wisconsin, and afterward to Augusta. Wisconsin. 

In 1872 they went to Seattle, Washington, living there one year, and in 
1873 moved to Dayton. Columbia Co., Wash., where they spent the remain- 
der of their lives^ and were there buried. 

There were eleven children, viz : — 

744. Sarah Barton, d. at age of 1 year. 

745. Isaac A., b. Mar. 4, 1S35; d. Oct. 24, 1908. 

746. Elizabeth A., b. Feb. 20. 1S37; d. Sept. 27, 1884. 

747. John W., b. March 24, 1840. 

748. George Washington, b. March 19, 1841. 

749. Peter Kester, b. Jan. 9, 1S43. 

750. Charles A., b. Feb. 26, 1846; d. Feb. 26, 1SS9. 

751. Jesse Barton, b. 1848; d. Jan — , ISTO. 

752. Benjamin Franklin, b. Aug. 10, 1S50. 

753. Mary Emily, b. July 27, 1852. 

754. Alice Sophronia, b. Sept. 16, 1854; d. May 23, 1893. 



V— 194. DANIEL PALMER (Benjamin, John, John, John), b. Feb. 
28, 1810; d. May 28, 1886. Dover, 111.; m. MARY HOGE Nov. 2, 1837, in 
Belmont Co., O., dau. of Asahel Floge and Sarah Hatcher, b. July 18, 1812; 
d. Jime 15, 1875, La Moille, 111.; m. second wife HARRIET E. SHEARS 
(widow of John T. Shears). She d. at Dover, 111., 8 mo. 30, 1883, aged 52 
years (Friends' Journal). Daniel and first wife buried in La Moille ceme- 
tery. 

Farmer. They resided for several years in Belmont Co., O., then re- 
moved to Lamoille, Bureau Co., III. Issue : — 

755. Joseph H., b, Feb. 29, 1840. 

756. Sarah A., b. May 12, 1842. 

757. William S., b. June 20. 1844. 

758. Asahel H., b. Oct. 24, 1845; d. Oct. 5. 1895. 

759. Cynthia J., b. Mar. 27, 1S51. 

760. Clinton, G., b. Dec. 17, 1852. 

761. Emmett D., b. Sept. 19, 1859. 



V— 195. RACHEL PALMER (Benjamin, John, John, John), b. Aug. 
21, 1812; d. Aug. 7, 1S94; m. CHARLES HALL Feb. 22, 1835, son of 
Samuel Hall and Hannah Webster, b. Jan. 6, 1S09; d. in 1863. Resided at 
Huntersville, Lycoming Co., Pa., and were there buried. Issue: — 

762. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 5, 1835; d. May 30, 1877. . 

763. Lucette, b. Feb. 6, 1838; d. April 3, 1862. 

764. Peier. b. June 11, 1840; d. 11 weeks old. 

765. Ruth, b. Dec. 28, 1841. 

766. Hiram, b. Oct. 17. 1843. 

767. Elmlra, b. July 21, 1845. 



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V— 196. RUTH PALMER (Benjamin, Jolm, John, John), b. July 
23, 1814; d. Sept. 6, 1S72; m. LEONARD HARRER April 21, 1853; b. 
July 14, 1809; d. May 12, 1903. 

He emigrated with his mother from Germany. They resided at Liberty, 
Tioga Co., Pa. She was his second wife. He had children by first wife. 
Issue by Ruth : — 
768. Anna, b. Aug. 7, 1856. 

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Ch. of Elizabeth Palmer {No. 4p) and Lrji Pylc, probably all or nearly all 

born in Delaware Co., Pa. 

V— 197. REECE PYLE (Elizabeth, John, John, John), b. Oct. 9, 1793; 
d. Nov. 12, 1846; m. ANN MORGAN Mar. i, 1821, dau. of William Mor- 
gan and Hannah Mathews, b. Jan. 24, 1800, in Baltimore. Md. ; d. May 23, 
1838. 

They were married and lived thereafter in Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

769. Mary, b. Feb. 14, 1S22; d. Sept. 8, 1887. 

770. Morgan, b. Jan. 14. 1824. 

771. Hannah, b. April 22, 1827; d. July 5, 1S98. 

772. Taylor, b. Mar. 14, 1830; d. Feb. 4, 1907. 

773. Rachel, b. Sept. 14, 1831; d. Dec. 16, 1905. 

774. Elizabeth, b. May 13, 1834; d. Oct 1, 1873. 

775. Esther Ann. b. Jan. 24, 1836; d. May 1, 1902. 



V— 198. HANNAH PYLE (Elizabeth, John, John, John), b. about 
1795; d. June 30, 1826; m. SAMUEL TAYLOR. 

He m. again, and had ch. by both wives. By Hannah : — 
776. Levi. d. circa, 1870. 



V— 199. AMY. PYLE (Elizabeth, John. John, John), b. Tan. 22, 1797; 
d. Nov. 17, 1870; m. EIJHU UNDERWOOD April 6, 1820,' son of Steph- 
en and Mary Underwood. No further account of them. Issue: — 

777. George, b. 5 mo. 24, 1824. 

778. Isabel, b. 12 mo. 11. 182G. . > , m " • 

779. Rebecca, b. 10 mo. 16, 1830. 

780. William H., b. 9 mo. 17, 1832. 

781. Elihu, b. 2 mo. 4, 1837. ' ' < 

782. Joanna, b. 11 mo, 8—, 1838. 



V — 200. JA]MES PYLE (Elizabeth, John, John, John), b. 1799; d. 
1834; m. ELIZABETH SIvHTH 1824, dau. of Solomon and Rachel, b. July, 
1807. 

She m. second husband. Chntham Jenning, and resided at Bentleysville, 
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7S3. Sarah Ann, b. Jan. 1, 1825; d. July 11, 1862. 

784. Parker, b. Mar. 30, 1828; d. 1904. ' *■ " -■■ ' 

""^^^fooiT'LEVI PYLE, JR., (Elizabeth, John, John. John), b. Sept. 
22, 1801 ; d. Julv 13, 1871 ; m. BETSEY { ?). 

AI. second wife, MARTHA MILLER. July 30, 184S. Her residence 
is Pike Run, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue by first wife: — 

785. Emeline. 
78C. Johnson. 

787. Elizabeth. • - 

By second wife: — 

788. Mary Ellen, b. June 25, 1850. 

789. Margaret Ann, b. Mar. 26, 1853. 

790. John R^ b. Sept. 15, 1855. 

aPo* f-;,^^''^' 1 Twins, b. Mar. 26, 1862. •' . 

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V— 202. REASON PYLE (Eli:,abeth, John, John, John), d. 11 mo. 
26, 1844, unm. ... 



V— 203. JOHN PYLE, (Elizabeth, John, John, John). He m. HAN- 
NAH, the dau. of his father's last wife by her first husband; her surname not 
ascertained. 

They removed to near Cincinnati, O. He did not live long after his m. 
and no ch. reported. 



V— 204. FRANCINA PYLE (Elizabeth, John, John, John), d. Sept. 
27, 1834; m. JAMES BECKLY. 

They lived in Washington Co., Pa. Issuf. : — 

793. William. 

794. Ann E. 

795. (another). 

Ch. of Martha Palmer (No. ^0) and Nathan Pyle, born in Delaware Co., Pa. 
V— 205. ELIZA PYLE * (Martha, John, John, John), b. July 1793; d. 



Note. — Nathan Baker, b. 1757; d. 1S03; ni. first Elizabeth Baker (dau. of Aaron 
Baker; they were second cousin?;), Aaron being a son of Richard Baker, an uncle to 
Nathan, who had m. Elizabeth Hunter, and had ten children. Nathan Baker'3 father was 
Nehemi'ah Baker, b. 11-19-1717; in. Lydia Regester, who had 7 children, Nathan being the 
fifth child. Nathan and Elizabeth had eight children and after her death he in. Hmnah 
Jordon and they had four children. Nathan flrsi settled in Chester County, Pa., but re- 
moved to East Bethlehem Twp., Washington Co., Pa., where he bought 150 acres of land 
and a mill, and also dealt in stock. He d. whilst on a trip to the eastern part of the 
state with stock and was buried there by the side of his first wife. Nathan'3 father, 
Nehemiah Baker, Sr., was a sou of Joseph Baker, the emigrant from Edgemont, Shrop- 
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July 4, 1825 ; 111. IsEirlKiMlAH BAKEK, son of Xathan Baker ♦ and Elizabeth 
Baker, b. 1779. 

They settled in East Bethlehem Twp.. Washington Co., Pa., midway be- 
tween two old toNvns, Bcallsville and Eredericktown, on Eishpot run, on a 
farm adjoining that of his father, where they lived during their married life. 

Children : — .. 

796. Phebe. b. 1812. 

797. Jane, b. July 26. 1813; d. Nov. 24, 18S0. 

798. Lydia, b. Feb. — , 1815; d. 1ST5. 

799. Nathan, b. Sept. 22, 1816; d. Oct. 27, 1SS6. 

800. Martha, b. ISIS. 

801. George Palmer, b. Sept. 19, 1S19; d. Aug. 27, 1895. • 

802. John L., b. Nov. 21, 1821; d. June 8, 1891. 

803. Nehemiah, b. Feb. 21, 1824; d. April 29, 1900. 



V— 206. CURTIS PYLE (Martha. John, John, John), b. Tune 6, 1795; 
d. Jan. 22, 1867; m. ESTHER GRlEEiTBI, 181 5, dau. of Jacob and Lydia, 
b. June, 1796; d. Jan. 4, 1871. Issue: — • 

804. Maria. ,. 

805. Lydia, 

806. Jacob 

807. Martha G., b. Dec. 27, 1823; d. Sept. 13, 1889. - 

808. Ruth. 

809. Eliza Harford. . 

810. Matilda Everett. 

811. Emily Welsh. 



V— 207. PHEBE PYLE (Martha, John. John, John), b. April 9, 1797; 
m. ELIJAH MAXON. No ch. 

No further account of them received 



V— 208. EIANNAH PYLE, b. Feb. 28, 1799; d. July 24, 1802. 



V— 209. GEORGE PALMER PYLE (Martha, John, John, John) b. 
April 9, 1801 ; m. SMITH. Nothing further known. 

Born in JVashington Co., Pa. 

V— 210. WILLIAM PYLE (Martha. John, John, John), b. Feb. 28, 
1804; m. HUEY. 

The only iniormation received of George P. and William is that they 
had families, but they are all deceased. 

He d. Jan. 17. 1735-6, aged 62 years; his wife was Martha Woodward, m. circa 169S; she 
d. Dec. 13. 1775, aged 98 years, dau. of Richard and Jane Woodward. Joseph Baker was 
a prominent man in his day and was a representative in the Colonial Assembly. The 
Baker family claim a descent from one Sir Richard Baker, b. 156S at Lissinghurst in Kent, 
and d. 1645 in Fleet prison, in which he had taken shelter from poverty, and where he 
wrote several historical, poetical and miscellaneous works. 



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V— 211. NATHAN PYLE (Martha, Jolin, John, John), b. Oct. 7, 
1806; d. Nov. 25, 1828; unm. 



V— 212. JOHN PYLE (Martha, John, John, John), b. April 12, 1812; 
d. Nov. 18, 1834; unm. 

Ch. of Amy Palmer {No. 51) and Job F\le, born in Delaware 

Co., Pa. 

V— 213. SARAH PYLE (Amy, John, John, John), b. Feb. 11, 1798; 
d. Nov. 21, 1825; m. ISAAC PYLE Aug. S, 1S16. son of Joseph (?) or 
James (?) No relation to Sarah. He d. Dec. 26, 1841, about fifty years of 
age. 

They resided in Washington Co., Pa. Issue: — 
812. Mary Ann. b. Oct. 20. 1817. 



V — 214. ADAM PYLE (Amy, John, John, John), b. June 15, 1799; 
d. Aug. 4, 1872; m. ^L\RY^ D. BROWN Mar. 13* 1823, 

He was a tailor, and resided at Blount \'ernon, Knox Co., O. 

Issue: — 



813. 


Sherman, 


814. 


Parker. 


816. 


Henry. 


816. 


Frank. 


817. 


Cornelia. 


818. 


Mary. 



V— 215. LY'DL^ PYLE (Amy. Tohn, John. John), b. Dec. 5, 1800; d. 
Aug. 5, 1842; m. JOSEPH WELSH Sept. 14. 1820, son of John Welsh and 
Elizabeth Hill, b. May 2, 1800, in Washington, Pa. After Lydia's death he 
m, Sarah Jones. 

The following in relation to the latter is taken from the Kansas '"'Ottawa 
Republican" of Jan. 15, 1874: "}^Ir. Joseph Welsh, an old and respected 
citizen of this county for many years, died at Greeley on Saturday last, after 
a short illness, of congestion of the lungs. He was in the seventy-fourth 
year of his age. Mr. Welsh came to Kansas in June, 1857. and settled 
just west of Centropolis, Franklin Co., where he improved a farm. He after- 
wards removed to Minneola, and served as justice of the peace for several 
years. For the past few years he has been residing on a farm near Greeley, 
Anderson Co. Air. Welsh was for forty years an ordained preacher in the 
Methodist Church, but never took an appointment with any particular church. 
He had been a member of the ^Masonic fraternity for over fifty years. Every 
one who knew 'Father Welsh' respected him, for he was exceedingly kind- 
hearted, a consistent, conscientious Christian, who lived his profession day 
by day. He died in full assurance that he was going to a heavenly home." 

Issue : — 
819. Eleanor, b. Sept. 5, 1821; d. Mar. 10, 1824. 



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820. John, b. May 1. 1824; d. Dec. 31, 1893. 

821. Amy Pyle. b. Sept. 14. 182;-); d. July, 2S, 1S97. 

822. Mary Ann, b. May 27, 1827; d. Nov. 9. 1897. 

823. Maria Philips, b. Dec. 31, 182». 

824. Eliza, b: June 19, 1S30; d. Aug. 24, 1834. 

825. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 21, 1832; d. in Infancy. 

826. Harlan Pyle, b. July 20, 1834; d. Feb. 14, 1902. 

827. Dorcas Smith, b. Sept. 18, 1838. 



V— 2i6. ABIGAIL PYLE (Amy, John, John, John), b. Sept. 12, 1802; 
d. Oct. 31, 1833; m. WILLIAM CHOOXROD June 6. 1S22. 

He was a drover. They hved in Washington Co., Pa. Had one child : — 

828. Amy, d. 1882. 

Ch. of Amy Palmer (No. 57) and Job Pyle, born in Washington Co., Pa. 

V— 217. ELI MARTIN PYLE (Amy, John, John, John), b. Dec. 9, 
1803, near Beallsville, Pa.; d. Jan. 15, 1873, Richmond, O. 

m. MARY Mc^IURRAY SHIELDS Aug. 28, 1S32, dan. of WilHam 
and EHzabeth Shields, of near Two Ridge Presbyterian church, Jefferson 
Co., O., where she was b. Jan. 7, 1807; d. Aug. i, 1895, Richmond, O. 

He studied medicine and the following is from a published account of 
his life : 

Dr. E. M. Pyle located at Richmond in 1832, where he continuously 
(with the exception of one year at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa) and successfully prac- 
ticed his profession until the date of his death. He was a warm and intimate 
friend of the late lamented Edwin }*!. Stanton, and at the age of 60 years, 
through Mr. Stanton (who was then Secretary of War), he tendered his 
service as volunteer surgeon for the Union army. Mr. Stanton acknowledged 
this patriotic tender of his service in a letter in which lie stated that his age 
would probably preclude his active services in the field, but that as soon as 
an opportune opening w'as presented in a local hospital lie would be pleased to 
recognize his offer. He was a warm friend of the Union cause, and did every- 
thing in his power to strengthen the Union arms. Pie gave two sons to the 
Union army, Thomas H., of the 8th O. V. I., and Samuel M., of the 52nd 
O. V. I. (Dan ^.IcCook's regiment), whilst his eldest son, W. H. Pyle, M^ D., 
of Kaufman, Texas, whose family and interests were identified v/ith the 
South, joined the Confederate forces as Brigade Surgeon of Gen. Carter's 
Texas Cavalry Brigade. Dr. P\de was always in the front rank in matters 
pertaining to the advancement of education. His family consisted of ten 
children, four boys and six girls, viz : — 

829. William Hamilton, b. June 9, 1S33; d. Feb. 9, 1891 

830. Roxanna Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1824. 

831. Mary, b. June 3, 1837. 

832. Marguretta, b. Dec. 10, 1838; d. Oct. 7, 1890. 

833. Thomas H., b. April 10, 1841. , , , 

834. Samuel M., b. Oct. 11. 1843. 

835. Sheridan B., b. Jan. 10, 1845. 

836. Annie E.. b. July 20, 1847; d. June 4, 1862. 

837. Paulina, b. Oct. 17, 1S51; d. Nov. 12, 1909. 

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V— 218. AMY PYLE (Amy. John, John, John), b. Oct. 23, 1805; d. 
July 13, 1871; m. DAVID BUTZ July 21, 1824, son of Nicholas Butz and 
Mary Magdalena Yaunker, b. Jan. 29, 1801 ; d. Sept. 22, 1887; resided at 
Beallsville, Washington Co., Pa. 

Nicholas and Mary were from Northampton Co., Pa., and were both 
of German descent. Issue : — 

839. Eli P., b. April 13, 1826; d. Oct. 3, 1903. 

840. Emily M.. b. July 5, 1826; d. Oct. 2, 1882. 

841. David W., b. Feb. 13, 1S28; d. Jan. 25, 1868. 

842. John P. b. Oct. 30, 1829; d. June 19, 1S78. 

843. Joseph W., b. May 11, 1831. 

844. Job P., b. Aug. 17, 1833; d. Feb. 6, 1S70; unm. 

845. Mary A. F., b. April 25, 183S. 

846. Sarah C, b. Dec. 11, 1837; d. Mar. 1, ISGl; unm. 

V— 219. HANNAH PYLE (Amv. John, John, John), b. Sept. 9 
1807; d. Jan. 12, 1889; m. THOMAS HOPKINS Dec. 20, 1825, son of 
Alexander Hopkins and Rosanna Laird. 

He was a farmer, b. Jan. 20, 1796; d. Feb. 6, 1868. They resided at 
Bentleyville, Washington Co., Pa., on the farm on which he was boni, and 
was buried in the family burj'ing- grounds on the farm left for that purpose 
by his father. Issue : — 

847. Elmira, b. Sept. £9, 1828. 

848. Adam P., b. Dec. 18, 1827. 

849. Nancy, b. June 24, 1829. 

850. Mary Anne, b. Feb. 1, 1831; d. May 16, 1862. 



V— 220. HARLEN PYLE (Amv, John. John, John) b. Oct. 5, 1809: 
d. March 16, 1877; m. ALICE MASON April 4, 1838, dau. of William 
and Alice, b. Jan. 14, 1810; d. Oct. 8, 1888. 

They resided on the estate of his parents, near East Bethlehem., Wash- 
ington Co., Pa. Issue: — 

851. William Alderson, b. May 1, 1840; d. Sept. 17. 1841. 

852. Job W., b. Feb. 16, 1842; d. Mar. 9, 1864; unm. 



V— 221. PHEBE PYLE (Amv, John, John. John), b. Sept. 26, 1811; 
m. WILLIAM KEYS Feb. 28. 1838. son of Thomas and Elizabeth, b. July 
31, 1803; d. May 8. 185 1, aged fifty-one years. He was a farmer. The>' 
resided near Scenery Hill, Washington Co., Pa., his farm being one of the 
largest and best in that section. Issue : — 

863. Sarah, b. 1S39. 

854. Thomas, b. 1840. 

855. Amy. b. 1841. 

856. Isabelle. b. 1842; d. 1845. 

857. Norris, b. 1843; d. 1845. 

858. Hannah Jane, b. 1845; d. Mar. 29, 1874. 

859. Elizabeth, b. 1S46; d. July 20, 1872. 

860. Elmira. b. 1S47. 

861. George, b. 1848. 

862. Mary, b: 1849. 

862 1-2. William, d. yery yoimj, • ' 



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N—222. MARY PYLE, b. Sept. 3, 18 13 ( ?) ; d. Sept. 22, same year. 



V—2ZI. JOB PYLE (Amy, John. Tohn, Tohn). b. Nov. 26, 18 16; d. 
Oct. 9, 1891; m. MARY ANN BEXXIXGTOX July 29, 1S52, dau. of 
Moses and Anna Bennington, b. July 6, 1S26; d. Jan. 9, 19CK). Job was a tail- 
or. Resided at Beallsville, Washington Co., Pa. Issue: — 
863. Virginia R., b. May 22, 1858. 



V— 224. XORRIS PYLE (Amy, John. John. John), b. May 2, 1819; 
d. Sept. 23, 1895; m. ,MARL\ J. ^IcCHAIXE Dec. "13, 1866, dau. of James 
McChaine and Margaret Kelley. 

Banker and broker. Resided at Ottumwa, \\'apello Co., la. Issue : — 
864. Norris Harlen, b. Sept. 27, 1867. 



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SIXTH GENERATION 



Line of John^ John, Moses, John. 

Ch. of Benjamin Palmer {N'o. yp) and Ann Pennell, all born in Aston Twp., 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VI— 237. JAMES PENXELL PALMER (Benjamin, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 2 mo. 26, 1801 ; d. 12 mo. 10, 1860; m. JAXE B. TEMPLE 
8 mo. 4, 1824, dau. of Caleb Temple * and Rachel Broomall, b. 10 mo. 18, 
1800; d. 6 mo. 29, 1887; both buried at Willistown Mtg. 

They first located at Concord Hill and kept a store, then removed and 
kept store and post-office at Logtown, Aston, Delaware Co., Pa., for many- 
years. They then removed to Philadelphia, where he engaged in distilling 
turpentine, camphene, etc. Jane afterwards resided with her dau. near White 
Horse, Chester Co., Pa. Issue: — 

877. Caleb, b. 9-28-1S26: d. circa 1846 or 7. 

878. Lydia, A., b. 2-7-1829. 



VI— 238. SUSAN PALMER (Benjamin. John, :\Ioses, John, John), 
b. 8 mo. 20, 1802; d. 6 mo. 16, 1865; m. JOHN W. THATCHER 9 mo. 
3, 1828, son of Joseph Thatcher and Abigail Worrall, b. 6 mo. 16. 1805; d. 
3 mo. 8, 1892; both buried at Cumberland cemetery. He was a brother to 
Thomas (see No. 80). He had a farm near Wawa, in Aston, Delaware Co.. 
Pa., and kept a dairy. Susan drove from this place each week for many 
years with her produce to the Philadelphia ^Market, a distance of nearly 18 
miles. After her death at this place John \V. lived with his daughters, first 
at West Chester and later in Philadelphia, where he died. Both were mem- 
bers of the Society of Friends. 

Children: — 
879. Harriet C, b. 6-26-1829; d. 1835. _ " _ 

Note. — Caleb Temple, a son of Thomas Temple and Jane Brinton, who were m. 
3 mo. 16, 1851, at Birmingham; she being a dau. of Joseph and Mary (Peiroe) Brinton, of 
Thornbury. Tliomas Temple was a Justice of the Peace and noted as a good penman and 
useful citizen. He was a son of William Temple, son of Thomas and Susanna (Atherton) 
Temple, of Wlttshire, England, whence William came in 1714 and m. Hannah Taylor 
1 mo. 18, 1724-5, at Birmingham Mtg., a dau of Joseph and Elizabeth Taylor, of Kennett. 
They settled in what is now Ponnsbury, TT\-p- and had a large family. Rachel Broomall 
was one of 13 children of Daniel Broomall, who m. Martha Talbot, a dau. of Joseph and 
Hannah Talbot, of Middletown. She d. 5 mo. 3. 1812, and Daniel 4 mo. 2. 1817, he a 
son of John Broomall, Jr., who m. Anne Lewis. Oct. 12. 1720. and John, Jr.. a son of 
John Broomall, who camo to Pennsylvania in 1GS2; his wife's name was Mary; he died in 
Nether Providence In 1729. 



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880. Rebecca C, b. 6-7-1832. 

881. Abigail Ann, b. 11-27-1834; d. 9-18-1904. 

882. Harriet, b. 7-14-1839; d. 1-2-1906. 

883. Elizabeth R.. b. 9-5-1841. 



VI— 239. T. CHALKLEY PALMER (Benjamin, John, Moses, John, 
John), b. 6 mo. 8, 1804; d. 2 mo. 4, 18S3; m- SARAH SHARPLESS * 11 
mo. 5, 1828, at Chester Mtg., dau. of John Sharpless and Ruth Martin, b. 
in the old Sharpless House 8 mo. 21, 1804; d. 3 mo. 12, 1872; both bur- 
ied at 24th St. Chester 'Mtg. He was a miller, and commenced business at 
Beatty's Mills on Crum creek, where is now the works of the Springfield 
Water Com. In 1834 he bought the Jones ^Mill property on the same stream 
in Upper Providence and Marple, where he successfully operated grist, flour 
and saw mills. In 1S66 he bought the homestead of Sarah's father in Nether 
Providence, where they resided until her death, after which he resided at 
Waterville and later at Media, Pa. Both were life-long members of the So- 
ciety of Friends. 

Children : — 

884. Le^is. b. 1-13-1830; d. 12-31-1887. 

885. John S., b. 5-17-1833. 

886. Rebecca, b. 6-21-1S36; d. 9-10-1838. 

887. Henry, b. 1-1-1839. 

888. Beulah, b. 3-4-1844. 



VI— 240. JOHN PALMER (Benjamin, John, Moses, John, John), b. 
7 mo. 14, 1806; d. 3 mo. 16, 1823. He lived with his parents; d. before his 
father in his 17th year and was buried at Concord Mtg. 



VI— 241. ABRAHAM ^lARTIN PALMER (Benjamin, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 7 mo. 25, 1808: d. 12 mo. 6, 1834; m. ELIZA W. PETERS 
5 mo. 10, 1832, dau. of William Peters and ]Mary Grubb, b. 8 mo. 21, 1810; 
d. 7 mo. 29, 1872. 

He was a miller and had the mill of his father-in-law in Aston, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa., for a few years, then they removed to a mill in New Garden, 
Chester Co., where he died. Eliza then removed with her children to Phila- 
delphia. She m. 2d husband Stephen Merrihew, a printer of that city, and 



Note. — The ancestry of Sarah Sharpless Is fully described In "The Sharpless Fam- 
ily," to which those interested are referred, but a brief reference Is as follo-vrs: John 
Sharplss -was b. 9 mo., 31, 1778; d. 3 mo., 12, 1854; m. Ruth Martin. 10 mo. 13, 1803, at 
Chichester Mtg., dau. of George and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Martin, b. 10 mo. 17, 1750; 
d. 1 mo. 17, 1878; John a son of Daniel Sharpless and Hannah Thomas, vrho were m. 11 
mo. 22, 1775, at Newtown >Ttg., she a dau of Isaac and Mary Townseud Thomas, of Wil- 
Ustown, and he a son of Daniel Sharpless and Sarah Coppock, who were m. 2 mo. 15, 
1736, Bt Springfield Mtg., she being a dau. of Bartholomew Coppock. Jr., a son of the 
elder Bartholomew Coppock, an emigrant from Saltney, County of Chester, England. 
The elder Daniel Sharpless. a son of John Sharpless. Jr., and Hannah Pennell, who 
were m. 9 mo. 23, 1632, she being a dau. of Robert and Hannah Pennell. the emigrant?, 
and he being an emigrant with his father, John Sharpless, who m. Jane Moore and arrived 
at Chester, Pa., Aug. 14, 1682, from Hatherton. County of Chester, England. 



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they resided in Camden, N. J. He d. 11 mo. i, 1880. There were several 
children bv this m. Abraham's children were : 



S89. Mary R., b. 4-22-1S33; d. 10-24-1900. 
890. Abraham, b. 11-20-1834; d. 6-5-1835. 



VI— 242. BENJAMIN PALMER, JR., (Benjamin, John, Moses, John, 
John), b. 9 mo. 19, 1811; d. 8 mo. 27, 1841 ; m. SARAH PALMER (5) 
3 mo. 6, 1839 (see No. 183). 

He was a farmer. They resided in Concord, Delaware Co., Pa. After 
his death she removed to Chester Co. Child : — 
891. Joseph Worth, b. 2-5-1841; d. 1 mo. — , 1869. 



VI— 243. LYDIA ANN PALMER (Benjamin 5), b. 5 mo. 18, 1815 
d. 2 mo. 27, 181 6. 



VI— 244. CATHARINE S. PALMER (Benjamin, John, Moses. 
John, John), b. 5 mo. 12. 1817: d. 2 mo. 27, 1904; m. JOSEPH \\'ORRALL * 
12 mo. 19. 1839, son of Joseph Worrall and ^lary Button, b. 2 rno. 12, 1818; 
d. 4 mo. 14, 1900; both buried at Radnor ]\Itg-. 

They first settled on his father's farm in Upper Providence. After his 
father's death he purchased a farm and mill in Radnor, where he was success- 
fully engaged for many years. In their latter years they resided in Media, Pa. 

Their children were : — 

892. A. Palmer, b. 10-24-1840; d. 11-22-1866. 

893. Ellwood M., b. 4-30-1842. 

894. Joseph Rowland, b. 12-27-1843; d. 3-4-1861. 

895. John Leedom, b. 9-1S-1S45; d. 2-12-1S40. ' / " 

896. Anna Marj", b. 1-10-1848; d. 2-21-1S6S. 

897. Rebecca T.. b. 7-19-1851; d. 4-26-18S0. r ;■ . •;"• 

898. Alfred B., b. 3-4-1853. , . , . " 

899. John T., b. 2-15-1S55. . 

900. Sarah, P., b. 10-13-1857. 

901. Frank Brooke, b. 12-1-1859. : : / 

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Ch. of Abraham Palmer {No. 7?) and Ann Recdcr, all bom in Chester Co., 

Pa. 

VI— 245. HIRAM PALMER (Abraham. John. :Moses. lohn. John). 
b. 12 mo. 19, 1802; d. 6 mo. 18, 1864; m. MARGARET MESSLER, of 
Frederick Co., Md., 9 mo. — , 1828. 

Note. — Joseph "Worrall. son of Elisha Worrall and Mary Maris, of Upper Provi- 
dence. Delaware Co., Pa. Mary Dutton, dau. of Isaac Dutton and Elizabeth Lampley. 
Isaac, son of John Dutton and Elizabeth Reynolds. John, son of John Diiiton and Eliza- 
beth Kingsman. This John was b. in England, and ^-as the son of John and Mary 
Dutton, ■with vhom he emigrated to Pennsylvania about 1682, they settling in Aston 
twp., now Delaware Co. (See Dutton Record.) 



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M. second, MARIA ORR. of Lockhnd, O., Jan. 31. 1841. He was a 
miller. Resided at the Obasian Mills, Goshen, Clermont Co., O. She was 
b. 1818; d. Aug. 26, 1897. Both buried in the Myers Cemetery about 2 
miles from Goshen. 

Issue by first wife : — 

902. Benjamin F., b. Sept. 13, 1830; d. Jan. 22, 1S91. 
Children by second wife, Maria Orr : — 

903. Mary Reeder, b. Jan. 29, 1S43; d. Feb. 17, 1878. 

904. Sarah Ann, b. Sept. 26, 1S44. 

905. Samuel L.. b. May 29, 1846. 

906. Margaret, b. Oct. 25, 1848; d. Aug. 29, 1854. 

907. Hiram N., b. Feb. 3. 1S51. 

908. Maria, b. Feb. 25, 1853. 

909. Andrew, b. Oct. 23, 1856; d. May 23, 1875. 

910. Charles, b. Dec. 5, 1857. 



VI— 246. JOHN R. PALMER (Abraham. John, Moses. John. John), 
b. 5 mo. 13, 1804; d. 2 mo. 25, 1871 ; m. PRUDENCE B. GIBSON 7 mo. 
I, 1828, dau. of William Gibson and Elizabeth Miller, of Frederick Co., Md., 
b. 12 mo. 25, i8c6; d. 6 mo. 1=;. 1894; both buried at West Liberty Friends 
Mtg. 

William, son of Gideon Gibson and Hannah Uncles (?), b. 11 mo. 6, 
1772; d. 2 mo. 10, 1818. 

John and Prudence resided in Richland and Knox Cos., O., until 1854, 
when they removed to \\'est Liberty, la. Near this place he and his brother 
Job built a mill. This not proving successful, he went to farming. Before 
his death he became very fleshy, v.-eighing two hundred and fifty pounds. 
Prudence continued at West Liberty, la., surviving her husband over 22 
years. She was very much respected by a large circle of friends, and was 
known familiarly as "Aunt Prudie". She was a constant attender of Friends' 
Meeting, of which both were members; her mother and two brothers, John 
B. and Joseph M. Gibson, had previously been buried at this place, the 
latter but two months previous to her, in his 89th year. Their children 
were : — 

911. Abraham M., b. 5-29-1829; d. 9-6-1829. 

912. William G., b. 5-19-1S30; d. 8-25-1902. 

913. Joseph M., b. 7-29-1831; d. 9-21-1S56. 

914. Elizabeth A., b. 2-28-1833; d. 3-10-1833. 

915. John Henry, b. 5-29-1S34; d. 11-1-1869. 

916. Hannah Ann, b. 12-11-1835. 

917. Eleanora F., b. 9-13-1S37; d. 12-26-1870. 

918. Anna Maria, b. 6-6-1839; d. 3-12-1886. 

919. Prudence Eliza, b. 1-14-1841. 

920. George A., b. 4-20-1842; d. 3-3-1865. 

921. Julia Etta E., b. 8-7-1844. 

922. Hiram G., b. 12-4-1845. 

923. Laura Ada, b. 4-1-1848; d. 7-30-1886. 



VI— 247. MARTIN PALMER (Abraham. John, Closes. John. John), 
b. II mo. 22, 1805; bur. 7 mo. 2^, 1840; m. ELIZABETH CLOUD 12 mo. 




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I, 1831, dau. of Joseph Cloud * and Elizabeth Hope, b. 4 mo. i. 1803; bur. 2 
mo. 19, 1841. 

i^Iartin by trade was a miller, but did not follow it long; he then pur- 
chased a farm in Brandywine Flundred. Xew Castle Co., Del., where they 
both died ; both buried at Concord Mtg. 

Children : — 

924. Anna Elizabeth, b. 4-29-1834. 

925. Joseph C, b. 4-9-1S36; d. 1845. 
92G. Abraham, b. 2-11-1S38. 

927. Martin, b. 12-28-1S39; d. 11-19-1869. 



VI— 248. JOB PALMER (Abraham. John. Moses, John, John), b. 2 
mo. 28, 1807; d. 3 mo. 3, 1894; m. SARAH GIBSON 10 mo. 10, 1828 (of 
Knox Co.. O.). dau. of Samuel Gibson f and Ruth Elliott, b. 5 mo. 3, 1806; d. 
12 mo. 26, 1836. She was buried at Fredericktown, Knox Co., O. 

M. second, ANN R. ELLIOTT, 8 mo. 22, 1838 (of Frederick Co., Md.), 
dau. of Eli Elliott and ^largaret Huglies, b. 1815; d. 2 mo. 28, 1880. She 
and Job buried at Spring Grove, near Cincinnati, O. 

Job was a miller. Settled first in Knox Co., O. Afterwards he was 
with his brother, John R., near West Liberty, la., but, disposing of that prof>- 
erty, he removed with his family to Lockland, Hamilton Co., O. 

Children by first wife: — 

928. Gideon G., b. 7-4-1829. 

929. EUza Ann, b. 9-24-1832; d. 8-12-1894. - 

Children by second : — 

930. Charles B., b. 7-5-1S40. 

931. Marv M.. b. 3-30-1842. 

932. Sarah Elma, b. 7-16-1843. 

933. Elizabeth G., b. 3-19-1845. 

934. Ellen E.. b. 3-24-1S47; d. 6-14-1S65. 

935. Laura J., b. 7-14-1S49; d. 1-15-1877. 

936. John R., b. 4-28-1852. 

937. William E., b. 4-13-1854; d. 6-27-1855. 

938. Henry J., b. 7-8-1856. 

Samuel Gibson was b. June 19, 17S1 ; d. April — , 1853. Rtith, his wife, 
was b. Dec. 9, 1783; d. Aug. 17, 1843. Eli Elliott was b. 11 mo. i, 1773; 
d. I mo. 30, 1837. ^Margaret, his wife, was b. 2 mo. 16, 1781; d. 9 mo. 10, 
1851. 

VI— 249. ABRAHAM PALMER, IR.. (Abraham. lohn, Moses, 
John, John), b. Aug. 16, 1808; d. Dec. 9, '1880: m. JULIETTA McFAR- 
LAND, of Montgomery Co., Md.. Mar. 8, 1832, dau. of \Mlliam and Sarah 
McFarland, of that place, b. Sept. 1808; d. Apr. 4. 1836, in Cin., O., leaving 
two children. 

* Note. — Joseph Cloud, son of Joseph Cloud and Sarah P>'le. Elizabeth Hope -was 
probably a granddaughter of Joseph Hope and Sarah Boone, the latter being reported 
a sister or first cousin of Daniel Boone, the Kentucky settler. 

t Note. — Samuel Gibson, son of Gideon Gibson and Hannah. Uncles, and a brother 
to William, the father-in-law of John R. Palmer, No. 246. 



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M. second. ^L\RL\ (HAWKIXS) TRATBAS, of Cincinnati, June 
i8, 1837, a widow with one son. Eugene Tratbas. by her first husband. She 
d. Apr. II, 1S42, leaving three children. 

M. third, SARAH XEHEML\H. of Cincinnati, O.. April 24. 1844; b. 
Aug. 8, 1816, in Hamilton Co., O. : d. July 2^, 1S68, at their home. Walnut 
Hills; both buried at Spring Grove, the beautiful cemetery of Cincinnati, O. 

He was by trade a silversmith and had a manufactory in that business 
in Cincinnati, with residence at Walnut Hills, a suburb of that city. 

Children by first wife: — 

939. L^wis Reeder, b. Dec. 19, 1S32; d. July 19. 1S36. 

940. William Etiphronius, b. May 30, 1S35; d. Oct. 30, 186S. 

Children by second wife: — 

941. Robert H.. b. Aug. 4, 183S. 

942. Josephine Maria, b. Nov. 4. 1840: d. Mar. 15. 1S8S. 

943. George Washington, b. Feb. 3, 1S42; d. June 14, 1842. 

Children by third wife, b. in Cincinnati, O. : — 

944. Julietta, b. 2-5-1845. 

945. Sarah Isabella, b. 6-19-1847. 

946. Abraham, b. 1-1S-1S50; d. 3-4-1906. 

947. Clara Elizabeth, b. 7-5-1S52. 

948. Anna Reeder, b. 4-16-1855. 

949. Ella L., b. 2-5-1858. 



VI— 250. SARAH ANN PAOIER (Abraham, John, :.Ioses, John, 
John), b. 9 mo. 12. 1810, Chester Co.. Pa : d. 3 mo. i, 1888. Covington, Ky. ; 
m. AURELIUS ]\1AS0X 3 mo. 19. 1835. son of Peleg ]Mason, of ]\Iassa- 
chusetts, and Olive Peet. of Connecticut, b. Sept. 17, 1799, Dutchess Co., N. 
Y. ; d. July 2, 1890, ■Milton, Ky. 

He was a tanner and currier. Resided in Cincinnati, O., where he car- 
ried on that business, but later removed to Ky. ; both were buried in Spring 
Grove cemeten,-. Cincinnati, O. 

Children : — 

950. Julietta, b. 3-19-1837; d. 5-2-1840. 

951. Laura Jane, b. 5-13-1843. 

952. Olive Ann, b. 1-17-1845; d. 12-20-1904. '' ' 



VI— 251. NORRIS PALMER (Abraham, John, Moses, John. John), 
b. II mo. 22, 1814; bur. 8 mo. 5, 1885.; m. LYDIA A. TRAER 8 mo. 20, 
1837, dau. of James and Perthena Traer. She was b. 1816: d. 2 mo. 28, 1838. 

M. second wife, MARY ANN LL'KENS, 12 mo. 10. 1840; b. 3 mo. 
8, 1820; d. I mo. 25, 1880, dau. of Peter Lukens and Hannah Thompson. 

M. third, COLISTA ^L\TTERN. who is deceased. 
All buried in Fayette Cemetery, Fulton Co., Ohio. . 

Fie was a farmer, resided at Gorham, O. 

Children by second wife only : — 

953. Martin C, b. 3-18-1842. 

954. Sarah E., b. 12-4-1844. 
956. Athalinda S., b. 6-21-1847. 



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956. Mary O., b. 4-2S-1849. -' 

957. Abraham, b. 7-4-1851; bur. 3-16-1877. ' 
968. William L., b. 3-17-1856. 

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Ch. of Abigail Palmn {No. y^) and Casper Coif man. 

VI— 252. WILLIAM COFF.MAN (Abigail. John. Moses, John, John), 
b. July 25, 1791; d. Sept. 19, 1S68; m. MARY BRYANT June 30, 1814, 
b. Dec. 26, 1794; d. June 6, 1836. 

M. second wife, NANCY HARTMAN, Jan. 5, 1837. dau. of Cooper 
Hartman and Deborah (?), b. June 12, 1802; d. Nov. 29, 1865. Resided 
at Catawissa. Pa. Issue by first wife only : — 

960. Lewis, b. May 1815; d. Aug. 20, 1817. 

961. Casper, b. Feb. 1, 1817; d. Nov. 18, 1866. 

962. Ellis, b. Oct. 25, 1818; d. Jan. 17, 1893. . ■ ; 



VI— 253. ANN COFFMAN (Abigail, lohn, Moses, John, John), b. 
Mar. 22, 1793; d. Dec. 19, 1834; m. JOSEPH PARSONS. 

They removed towards Baltimore. ]Md., and after his death she ra. JOHN 
BROWN and went to the West. No issue. 



VI— 254. HANNAH COFFMAN, b. July 11, 1795; d. Sept. 5, 1802. 



VI— 255. JOHN P. COFFMAN (Abigail John. Moses, John. John), 
b. Sept. 15, 1797; d. Sept. 8. 1861 ; m. HANNAH ANN NEWTON Feb. 
10, 1825.; b. Oct. 14, 1807: d. May 12. 1867. They removed to New York 
City, and after some years returned to a farm near Bloomsburrg, Pa. They 
had issue: — 

963. Ann Eliza, b. Sept. 10. 1827; d. Dec. 22, 1905. 

964. Casper, b. Oct. 17, 1S29; d. Aug. 12, 1851. 

965. Elizabeth Granville, b. Aug. 16, 1831; d. Dec. 10, 1831. 

966. Piery Stevenson, b. Dec. 11. 1832; d. 1908. 

967. Emaline. b. Dec. 10, 1834; d. May 4, 1848. 

968. John Pittman, b. May 29, 1838; d. Nov. 28, 1838. 

969. William Joseph, b. Oct. 29, 1839. 

970. George Washington, b. June 18. 1843. 



VI— 256. ABRAHAM COFFMAN (Abigail. John, Moses, John, 
John), b. July 20, 1800; d. 18 19 

VI— 257. EDWIN COFFMAN (Abigail. John. :Moses. John, John), 
b. Dec. 18, 1S02 ; d. Oct. — , 1880; unm. He was never able to engage in any 
business, and the last years of his life he lived with his nephew, David R. 
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VI— 258. PALMER COFF.\L-\N (Abigail. John, Moses, John, John) 
b. Oct. 26, 1804; d. July 19, 1877; m. LL'CY CAROLINE GREEXMAN 
Aug-. 9, 1827, dau. of Israel Greennian and Tabitha, b. June 22, 1807; d. 
June 3, 1875. 

They removed to North East, Erie Co., Pa., where his wife died, after 
which he went to his dau., Mary Ann Riddell's, in Kansas, where he died. 

Issue : — 

971. Mary Ann, b. June 29, 1828. 

972. William Casper, b. April 21. 18.30: d. Feb. 25. 1864. 

973. Tabitha Louisa, b. Jan. 6, 1S32; d. Oct. 4, 1875. 

974. Abigail Adaline, b. Nov. 26, 1834; d. July 25, 1837. 

975. Edwin C, b. April 26, 1836; d. Sept. 7, 1836. 

976. George Henry, b. Nov. 25, 1837. 

977. Lucy Caroline, b. Dec. 22, 1841. 

978. John B., b. June 3, 1844. - . 



VI— 259. NORRIS COFFMAN (Abigail. John. Moses, John, John), 
b. April 8, 1807; d. Feb. 4. 186S: m. MARIA J. GROTZ May 6, 1829, dau. 
of Abram Grotz and ]^Iary E. Koon, of Bloomsburg, Pa., b. May 6, 1812; 
d. April 24, 1892. 

Norris was a blacksmith, but went to farming two years before his death. 
The family resided at Ashland. Ashland Co.. O. Issue: — 

979. Abraham, b. Dec. 25, 1830; d. Aug. 15 1831. 

980. Mary E., b. Dec. 25, 1830; Twins. 

981. Monroe E., b. Aug. 5, 1832. 

982. Byron S., b. Aug. 19. 1834. . . 

983. Ann R., b. Dec. 22, 1837; d. April 1, 1864. 



VI— 260. MOSES COFFMAN (Abigail. John, :^Ioses, John, John), b. 
July 14, 1809; d. April 25, 1871 ; m. ANNA KNOUSE Mar. 6. 1S34, dau. 
of Frederick Knouse and Sarah Croman, b. Oct. 13, 1812; d. Aug. 21, 1899; 
both buried in Greenwood cemetery. 

He was a blacksmith by trade after following which for some years he 
went to farming, then settled in Bloomsburg, Columbia Co., Pa., where he was 
Street Commissioner and Court Crier several years previous to his death. Is- 
sue: ;. 

984. Norman D. S., b. Dec. 26, 1834; d. Sept. 15, 1838. 

985. Lucy Etta, b. Aug. 17, 1836. 

986. Sarah Abigail, b. Nov. 12. 1838; d. Aug. 13, 1892. 

987. Ann Elizabeth, b. Sept. 27, 1840; d. Dec. 29, 1869. 

988. William E. b. Nov. 29. 1842. 

989. Emma Jane, b. Mar. 2, 1846; d. Mar. 22, 1850. 

990. David Rice, b. June 1, 1849. 

991. Martha Matilda, b. Feb. 12, 1853. 

992. Mary Margaret, b. April 26, 1S56; d. Oct. 9, 1886. 

VI— 261. LEWIS COFFMAN (Abigail. John, Moses, John, John), b. 
Nov. 3, 1811; d. July 3, 1813. 

VI—262. GEORGE COFFMAN, b. Mar. 13, 1814; d. Mar. 20, 1814. 



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Line of Johx^ John^ ]Moses, John. 

Ch. of John Palmar {No. /6) and Benlah Walter, all born in Concord, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VI— 263. LEWIS PALMER (John, John, Moses, John, John), b. 9 
mo. 29, 1802; d. 8 mo. 2"/, 1824. 

He was cngag-ed in teaching school, but was stricken v.-ith all the rest 
of the family with an epidemic of typhoid fever, which carried off three of the 
fajiiily; buried at Concord Mtg. 

VI— 264. WILLIA.M \V. PALMER (lohn. John, Moses, John, John), 
b. 8 mo. 24, 1804; d. 3 mo. 2^, 1S82; m. HANNAH T. TRIMBLE 4 mo. 
9, 1834, in Concord Meeting House, dau. of William Trimble and ^Mary 
Mather, b. i mo. 8, 1S07; d. 5 mo. 31, 1S84 (see also No. T-ioi) ; both buried 
at Concord ]\Itg. He finished his education at Westtown Eriends' School, 
and after his m. kept a general store at Concordville until 1S43. Then re- 
moved to his father's farm, of which he afterwards became possessed. He was 
the sixth Palmer in direct descent to own this tract. Upon the m. of his 
son, William T., he erected a new house on a portion of his land, in which 
they lived for several years. He. however, died whilst on a visit to his son, 
Dr. E. L. Palmer, at Doe Run, Chester Co., Pa. He was prominent in the 
affairs of the Society of Friends, of which he was for many years clerk of 
Concord ^Monthly ^Mtg., and afterwards an elder until his death. He had a 
remarkable knowledge of both religious and political matters and was very 
entertaining in his conversation. He had a very narrow escape from death 
from fever in 1824, v.-hich left his physical stature somewhat impaired, and 
again in his advanced age, as the following will show' : 

Narrow Escape from Death — On Tuesday of last week, while Wil- 
liam W. Palmer, of Concord, was in his woods, in company with his son, a 
shower arose, accompanied with thunder and lightning. To get out of the 
storm they both took shelter under different large white-oak trees, and while 
there the lightning struck the tree under which was the father, shattering the 
top limbs, passing down the trunk and tearing off the bark, until it reached 
Mr. P., w^hen it glanced off, striking him near the hips, passing downward, 
burning the skin on parts of his legs and feet, and prostrating him on the 
ground. His son hastened to his relief, took off his own shoes, and carried 
water in them to pour on and revive his father. Assistance was soon ob- 
tained, and he was conveyed to his home and carried to bed, his nervous 
system being entirely prostrated. Mr. Palmer is sixty-nine years old, and by 
no means a strong man. Hopes are, however, entertained of his recovery. — 
Delaware County Republican of Aug. 22, iS/^. 

Issue : — 

993. John, b. 2-25-1835; d. 1-25-1894. ; , < . _ 

994. William T., b. 3-10-1837. 
695. Edward L., b. 7-2S-1841. 

996. Merrill T., b. 6-28-1845. , ■' i ; 



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VI— 265. JOHN PALMER (John, John, Moses, John, John), b. 8 mo. 
24, 1806; d. 8 mo. 14, 1824. 



VI— 266. RACHEL PALMER (John, John, Moses, John, John), b. 3 
mo. 4, 1809; d. 8 mo. 10, 1824. 

The above two died with the same disease as their brother Lewis; both 
buried at Concord Mtg. 



VI— 267. CHARLES PALMER (John, John, Moses, John, John), b. 
9 mo. 16, 1811; d. 4 mo. 12, 1876; m. DEBORAH PrrAL\X*3 nio. 12, 
iS33> by Mayor John Swift, of Philadelphia, dan. of Benjamin Pitman and 
Mary Fox, b. 9 mo. 9, 1S07; d. 11 mo. i, 1870; both buried at Concord 
Mtg. Her parents were originally of Monmouth Co., N. J., but removed in 
her younger life to Brandywine Hundred, Del. 

Charles commenced life as a clerk in a store, first in Wilminoton, Del. 
and then in Chester, Pa. ; after his m. he kept a store at Chandler's Hollow 
(now Beaver Valley) Del., but becoming dissatisfied with the custom then in 
general vogue of selling intoxicating liquors, he quit the business and went 
to farming, which he followed until 4 mo. i, 1842, when they received the 
appointment of steward and matron at the Delaware Co., Pa., almshouse, 
\vhich position they filled with eminent ability until 4 mo. i, 1S54, being 
twelve years. He then purchased and removed to the original Hall farm in 
Concord Twp.^ and remained there to the close of his life. 

He m. second, ANNA STOLE 6 mo. 4, 1873, dau. of John and Anna 
Maria Stoll, b. 5 mo., 181 1; d. 11 mo. 22, 1889. Her parents emigrated 
from Switzerland in the early years of the 19th century. Charles Palmer 
was pre-eminently a useful citizen. He was elected supervisor of roads for 
several years; was often engaged in the settlement of estates and as a guard- 
ian of minors. He was a director of the First National Bank of Media, Pa., 
and one of the organizers of the Delaware County Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany, which published the following account of him at his death : 

"A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. 

"At a meeting of the Directors of the Delaware County Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany held this day at their office the following resolution was offered and unanimously 
adopted, viz: 

"Whereas, By the dispensation of Providence, Charles Palmer, a Director of this 
company since August 11th, 1S53, being one of the first elected, has been removed bj' 
death, therefore. Resolved, that in the death of Charles Palmer the company has lost one 
of its most faithful and efficient olTicers and society a useful member. Active and ener- 
getic in the discharge of his duties, moderate and conscientious in his counsel.^;, prompt 

Note — The Pitman family were early settled in Monmouth Co., N. J. Benjamin 
Pitman, a son of John Pitman, Jr.. and Hannah Mattson, b. 11 mo. 0, 1768; d. S mo. S. 
1843, and John Jr., b. 9 mo. 5. 1733, a son of John and Mary Pitman, probably immi- 
grants. Mary Fox was a dau. of Jonathan Fox, of Mount Holly, N. J., b. 7 mo. 25, 1773; 
d. 12 mo. 13, 1825, and claimed to be of English parentage. Hannah Mattson was b. 11 
mo. 6, 1738, a dau. of Daniel and Amy Mattson, who were in some way related to the 
family of that name in Pennsylvania. 






CHARLES PALMER 

(No. 267) 
WILLIAM W. PALMER 
(No. 264) 




DEBORAH (PITMAN) PALMER 

(No. 267) 

HANNAH (TRIMBLE) PALMER 

(No. T.-lOl) 

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and constant in his attendance at our meetings and pleasant in his Intercourse with his 
fellow members, his absence will bo noted and his loss felt. His helping hand was ever 
ready for those who were needy and his death will be mourned by many co whom his 
unostentatious kindness had been extended when struggling in the toils of adversity. 

"To the widow and children we extend our heartfelt sympathy, and direct that 
these resolutions be placed upon the minutes and a copy thereof be transmitted to the 
family. 

"Attest:— EDWARD A PRICE. Secretary. 

"Media, May 8th, 1876." 



'^ Issue by first wife only, viz : — 

997. Mary F., b, 10-1S-1S35; d. 11-21-1909. 

998. Lewis, b. 10-2-1837. 

999. James, b. 11-9-1839; d. 12-5-1839. 

1000. Edwin H.. b. 2-24-1841; d. 10-22-1863. 

1001. Hannah Ann. b. 3-3-1843; d. 3-20-1843. 



VI— 268. HANNAH PAL?^IER (John, John, Closes, John, John), b. 
4 mo. 7, 1S14; d. 5 mo. 24, 1910; m. ROBERT H. PALMER 2 mo. 4, 1835, 
in Concord i\Ieeting Plouse, son of Joseph Pahner and Mary Hall, b. 3 mo. 
II, 1812; d. 6 mo. 30, 1901 (No. 600). A further account given under his 
name. 

VI— 269. LYDIA PAOIER (John, John, Moses, John, John), b. 8 
mo. 22, 1816; d. 6 mo. i, 189S; m. ABRAHAM H. HALL 11 mo. i, 1843, 
son of Robert Hall and Elizabeth Hibberd, b. 3 mo. 20, 1812; d. 11 mo, 29, 
1880; both buried at Concord Mtg. He was a brother of Samuel Hall, 
of No. 601. 

He was a storekeeper during his active life, first at Crozerville, Dela- 
ware Co., for a time in his own name, then as Hall & Baker and afterwards 
as A. H. Hall & Co. Pie sold out here to his partners about 1848 and removed 
to a store which he purchased at White Horse, in Willistown, Chester Co., 
where he continued in successful business for many years. He finally retired 
to West Chester, Pa., where they both died. No issue. 

VI— 270. BEULAH PAL:\IER (John. John, Moses. John, John), b. 3 
mo. 16, 1819; d. II mo. 17, 1898; m. LUKE CASSIN 2 mo. 3, 1843, son of 
Thomas Cassin* and Rachel Sharpless, b. 3 mo. 17, 1816; d. 10 mo. 10,1847; 
buried at Providence Mtg. 



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Note. — Thomas Cassin, the father of Luke, had a son John M. who became a noted 
ornothologist and author of several works on that subject which were considered of high 
authority for correctness. Another son, Isaac C. became a proficient engineer in the 
erection of water and gas works and was a recognized authority in the science of me- 
chanics; at different times he was director of the Philadelphia water works and gas 
■works and chief engineer of the U. S. Mint. Thomas, the father, was a son of Luke 
Cassin and Ann Worrall, b. 1786; d. 1859; he ra. Rachel Sharpless, an adopted dau. of 
Isaac and Hannah; he purchased a farm in Concord Twp., where with his family he re- 
sided for many years. He was a son of Luke Cassin and Ann Worrall, dau. of Dr. 
Thomas and Lydia Worrall; she d. 5 mo. 3, 1.S41; Luke, b. 1763; d. 2 mo. 19, 1838; he was 
a silversmith in Philadelphia, but subsequently removed to Upper Providence to a farm 
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They resided in Upper Providence, where he owned a fann. His death 
resulted from a sunstroke, from which he suffered for several weeks. 

M. seconil, THOMAS REECE, 9 mo. 30, 1858, son of Jesse Reece and 
Ehzabeth Davis (who were m. 12 mo. iS, jSoo), b. 5 mo. 4, iSii ; d. 3 mo. 
9, 1894; both buried at Providence ^Itg. (now Media). 

All were members of the Society of Eriends and in her latter years Beu- 
lah was an elder. 

Issue by first husband : — 

1002. Elizabeth H., b. 5-3-1845. 

1003. Anna, b. 1-6-1S47. 

By second husband : — 

1004. Lydia D., b. 7-10-1859; d. 8-10-1890. 

Ch. of Lydia Palmer {No. 77) and Joshua Halloivell. 

VI— 271. SIDNEY PAL:^IER, b. circa. 1797; d. ( ?) ; m. FREDER- 
ICK BAUGH. 

They removed to Philadelphia. Xo ch. 

VI— 272. JOHN HALLOWELL, b. circa iSoi. He was drowned 
whilst bathing before fully grown up. 

VI— 273. HEZEKIAH HALLOWELL, b. 3 mo. 4, 1803: d. (?). 

VI— 274. JOEL HALLOWELL. 

Nothing in relation to the last two numbers received. They are supposed 
to have been m. and to have raised families. 



from Queens Co., Ireland, in 1725 and settled in Philadelphia; the other son, John Cas- 
sin became an officer of high rank in the U. S. Navy. 

Thomas Reece was by trade a stone mason and followed the occupation of a builder 
for some years, but inheriting the farm of his father he went to farming at Blue Hill, 
a mineral formation of some note in Upper Providence Twp. In 1880 he retired to Media, 
Pa., and there closed his life. He was interested in political affairs and was elected a 
County Commissioner in 1S60, serving three years. In 1S66 he was elected an Associate 
Judge of Delaware Co. and re-elected in 1871, serving continuously for ten years. 

"Judge Reece in politics was an ardent Republican and took an active interest in 
the affairs of the county. He was for the right at all times and was regarded as a truly 
honest man. His election as Associate Judge was made v.-ithout his seeking." 

His father, Jesse Reece, b. 12 mo. 12, 1774; d. 9 mo. 15, 1S49; m. Elizabeth Davis, a dau. 
of Asa Davis and Elizabeth Humphrey, of East Bradford, Chester Co., but formerly of 
Haverford, and descended from Welsh ancestry, she d. 5 mo. 3, 1858, aged 87 y. Jesse, 
Jr., a son of Jesse Reece and Lydia Regester, dau. of Robert Regester and Jane William- 
son, of Edgmont. Jesse Reece, the father, died soon after the birth of his son and his 
widow m. 2nd Thomas Minshall, by whom she had three children. Jesse Reece, Sr., most 
probably a son of David Reece and Mary Garrett (dau. of William and Mary) who were 
m. 4 mo. 22, 1743, at Darby Mtg., and David, a son of Lewis Rees and Grace Row (dau. 
of Williaw Row, of Haverford) who were m. 10 mo. 25, 17u5; Lewis Rees. a son of David 
Rees, and Elinor, his wife, who settled in Newtown Twp.. where he d. in the winter of 
1705-6. He was an emigrant from Landewi in the County of Pembroke, Wales; he had 
purchased 200 acres of land by deed of Act 3, 1686, in Pennsylvania. 



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Ch. of Thomas Palmer {No. yS) and Abigail IVillianis. 

VI— 275. REBECCA PALMER (Thomns. John, Moses. John, John), 
b. 2 mo. 24, 181 1 ; d. 7 mo. 17. 1SS4, at Broken Bow, Neb.; m. THOMAS 
STEVENSON, of Worcester Co., ^Id., 11 mo. 6, 1828. 

His parentage, birth and death are not gi\"en. 

M. second, JOHN WILLIAMS, of Snow Hill, Md., 7 mo. 3, 1836, 

son of Thomas Wilhams and Comfort ( ?), b. 10 mo. i, 1807; d. 12 

mo. 7, 1883, Burhngton, la. 

He was a farmer ; they remo\ed to ^\'est Liberty, Iowa. 

Issue by first hnsband : — 

1012. Eliza Ann, b. 4-5-1S30; d. young. 

1013. Anna M., b. 3-24-1S32; d. young. 

1014. George S., b. 7-26-1833. 

By second husband : — 

1015. Joseph H., b. S-13-1837; d. young. 

1016. \V. S.. b. G-10-1S39. 

1017. Thomas E., b. 3-9-1S41; d. 1-3-1865. 

1018. Edmund A., b. 1-23-1S43; 12 mo. 1875. 

1019. Emeline E., b. 3-8-1845. 

1020. John P., b. 3-20-1847. 

1021. Eliza A., b. 6-30-1849. 

1022. Abigail A., b. 7-22-1851. 

1023. Mary L., b. 3-15-1854. 



VI— 276. HANNAH PALMER, b. 1813; d. 1814. 



VI— 277. PHEBE PALMIER (Thomas, lohn, Moses, lohn. Tohn), b. 
nv 6 mo. — , 1815; d. 12 mo. 12, 1859; m. WILLIAM B. SLACK,'of Balti- 
-iv . more, Md., as second wife; d. 12 mo. 18, 1862. 

He was conductor on passenger trains between Baltimore and Washing- 
■ ton for many years. Afterwards was in the coal trade in Baltimore, Md. ; 

both buried in Loudon Park Cemeterv. Issue : — 

1024. George A., b. 4-22-1842. 

1025. William T.. b. 1846; d. 12 mo., 1861. 

1026. Ida Kate, b. 6-23-1854; d. 2-14-1879. 

His tirst wife Elizabeth d 2 mo. 18, 1838, aged 35 years. 

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VI— 278. THOMAS FRANKLIN PALMER (Thomas, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 3 mo., 1818; d. 7 mo. 18. 1901 : m. LAMIRA HUGHES 6 
mo. 4, 1843, dau. of Samuel Hughes and Elizabeth, of Frederick Co., Md. 

M. second, SARAH GRAHAM, 1846. b. 7 mo. 12, 1823; d. 2 mo. 22, 
1868; buried at Pedee, Iowa. 

M. third, POLITHA TRUATT, 12 mo. 28, 1870; her second husband. 



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He was a farmer. Removed to near Milton, Van Buren Co., Iowa., and 
was there buried. 

Issue by first wife: — ^ 

1027. George A., b. 10-12-1S43. 

By second wife: — 

1028. William, b. 9-20-1S47. 

1029. Abigail, b. 7-9-1850. 

1030. Thomas F., b. 4-17-1S53. 

1031. Ida May, b. 7-1-1865. 

1032. Hannah, b. 7-27-1S58. 

1033. Henry, b. 12, 5, 1860, . . . 

1034. Joseph, b. 2-10-1867. 

Ch. of Moses Pahmr {No. /p) a)id Sarah Mattsoii, born in Wilmington, Del. 

VI— 279. NORRIS W. PALMER (:vIoses. John. Closes, John, John), 
b. 6 mo. 15, 1S15; d. 4 mo. 30, 1890; m. I\[ARY WEBB 4 mo. 7, 1842, in 
Wilmington, Del, dau. of Benjamin Webb and Catherine Jackson, b. 7 mo. 
24, 181 8; d. 8 mo. 25, 1888. 

He was an auctioneer; resided in Wilmington, Del., until 1849, "^vhen 
they went to California by way of Cape Horn on a vessel. They remained 
in San Francisco a short time, then settled permanently at Alameda, across 
the ba}- in Alameda Co., where they both died and were buried : Issue : — 

1035. Katharine W., b. 5-4-1S43. 

1036. Edward Tatnall, b. 8-22-1S45; d. 12-25-1853. 

1037. Linwood, b. 10-4-1848. 

1038. Norris W., Jr., b. 1-19-1834. 

1039. William Webb, b. 5-24-1856. 

1040. Mary Emily, b. 6-17-1860. 



VI— 280. :MARY PALMER (Closes, John, Moses, John, John), b. 12 
mo. 10, 1816; d. 8 mo. 14, 1867; m. JOSIAH BECK 3 mo. 3, 1836, b. i 
mo. 12, 1S07; d. II mo. 8, 1870. 

They resided in Wilmington, Del. Issue : — 

1041. William Norris, b. Feb. 16, 1837; d. April 23, 1S38. 

1042. Sarah Elizabeth, b. May 20, 1S40; bur. Mar. 20. 1SS6. 

1043. John Moses, b. Feb. 14, 1843. ; : 

1044. Mary Emma, b. July 18, 1845; d. Dec. 12, 1845. ' " * 

1045. Joseph Edmund, b. Jan. 31, 1848; d. Sept. 1884. 

VI— 281. LEVI M. PALMIER, b. 3 fiio. 3, 1819; d. 1821. 
VI— 282. THOMAS PALMIER, b. 9 mo. 17, 1821; d., 1823. 

By Second Wife, Mary {Hemphill Gruhh. ' ■■ ' ■'•^ 

VI— 284. JOHN PALMER (Moses. John. Closes. John, John), b. Dec. 
10, 1825; d. June 13, 1901 ; m. Sx\RAH GRAY Feb. 24, 1848, dau. of Wil- 



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liani Gray * and Mary Bullock, b. Mar. 26,1825; d. Mar. 21, 1853; ^^^i Jur- 
ied in Wilmington and Brandywine cemetery. 

M. second wife, A:\IAXDA E. GRAY, Feb. 3, 1858, dau. of John Gray 
and Sarah H. Bullock, b. 12 mo. 9, 1835. 

They resided at 1 90S- 10 ^Market street, Wilmington, Del, where sev- 
eral of his family continue. The following notices are taken from the Wil- 
mington, Del., newspapers at the time of his death : 

"For many years John Palmer was one of the lepresentative citizens of the Ninth 
Ward, and his dcatii caused general regret. He made an exemplary record as a business 
man, and had a high regard for the welfare of the city, state and nation. He had served 
the people well as a member of the Board of Public Education, had identified himself 
prominently with the interests of the church of his choice and raised a large family, 
which brought him much comfort in his declining years. The city is much poorer by 
losing such a good citzen. 

"Mr. Palmer was one of the oldest residents of the Ninth Ward and had the re- 
spect of all who knew him. He was born when the 9th Ward was known as Brandyv.-iue 
Village, then a separate town from. Wilmington. In early life he began to learn the 
trade of a tinsmith, but he developed such ability as a bookkeeper that he was given 
that position by his employer. He was afterwards bookkeeper at Price's and also at 
Lee's noted Brandywine flcur mills. After this he entered the grocery business with his 
half-brother Adam Grubb. In IStlS the firm of Grubb & Palmer was dissolved and Mr. 
Palmer bought the store at 1908 Market St., where he continued in business the rest of 
his life, a period of thirty-three years. He was a member of the Mechanics Lodge, I. O. 
O. F. He had been a Sunday school teacher and vestryman in St. John's Episcopal 
Church and later a member of St. Andrew's Church, which he maintained until his 
death." 

Issue by first wife: — 
104C. Mary G., b. Jan. 14, 1S49; d. Apr. 24, 1902. 

1047. William M., b. Jan. 30, 1851. 

1048. W^infield, S., b. June 14, 1852. 

By second wife : — 

1049. Sarah Hampton, h. Oct. 30, 1858. 

1050. John, Jr., b. Aug. 9, 1860. 

1051. George W., b. Aug. 25, 1862. 

1052. Harry, b. Oct. 25, 1864; d. May 8. 1894. 

1053. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 16, 1867. 

1054. Alfred Lee, b. Mar. 5, 1869; d. Aug. 31, 1872. 

1055. Charles B., b. June 27, 1S71. • 

1056. Margaretta Harding, b. Dec. 17. 1873; d. July 7, 1897. 

1057. Amanda Gray, b. Mar. 5, 1876. 

1058. Alice Gary, b. July 21, 1878. 



VI— 285. MOSES PALMER, b. Aug. 4, 1827; d. Feb. — 1828. 
VI— 286. WILLIAM H. PALMER, b. Jan. 21, 1829; d. 1832. 



Note. — William Gray d. in Concord of a cancer in his face and John Gray died at 
John Palmer's as above July IS, 1883; they were brothers, sons of Thomas Gray and Mar- 
gery Smith. Mary Bullock was a sister, and Sarah H. a dau. of Thomas H. Bullock, 
who m. Elizabeth Robeats. and resided in the v.-estern part of Concord. Thomas H.. a 
son of John Bullock and Sarah S. Hampton, and John, a son of Isaac Bullock who m. 
Margery Smith and had emigrated with his father Aaron Bullock from England, 



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VI— 287. HANNAH JANE PALMER, b. July 27, 1830; d. 1832. 

VI— 288. MOSES PALMIER (2d), (Moses, John, Moses, John, John), 
b. Nov. 2, 183 1 ; d. Aug. 18, 18S9; m. ANNA ELIZABETH PALMER 
(No. 924), Dec. 25, 1856, dan. of MzLVt'm Palmer and Elizabeth Cloud; b. 4 
mo. 29, 1834. 

IMoses was a ship carpenter, at which he worked for some years. He 
then purchased the farm formerly owned by his father-in-law, and removed 
to it, where he carried on farming until his death. Anna E. has since resided 
with her children. Issue: — 

1059. Howard, b. Feb. 11, 1858. 

1060. Elizabeth C, b. Feb. 18, 1860; d. Oct. 27, 1863. 

1061. Joseph, b. Oct. 15, 1861; d. Nov. 9, 1863. 

1062. Lydia C, b. May 7, 1S63. 

1063. Anna, b. June 11. 1865. 

1064. Moses, b. April 10, 1867. 

1065. Martin V., b. Jan. 20, 1869; d. Aug. — , 1869. 

1066. Ella May, b. May 8, 1871. 

1067. Mary H., b. Nov. 6, 1872. 

1068. John, b. Feb. 6, 1S74. 

1069. Hettie J., b. Feb. 11, 1875. 

1070. Rachel G., b. Sept. 3, 1876. 

1071. Emma C, b. Jan. 2, 1878. 

1072. Bertha H., b. May 23 1879. 

VI— 289. ESTHER JANE PAL^^IER (Moses, John, Moses, John, 
John),b. Nov. 5, 1833. 

She has resided at different times with members of her near relatives' 
families, lately with a niece at Pennsgrove, N. J., unm. 



VI— 290. ELIZABETH C. PALMER (Moses, John, Closes, John, 
John), b. Sept. 14, 1835; d. Feb. 14, 1854, unm. 

She was called away in the early years of her life, much beloved by all. 

VI— 291. SARAH ^L PALMIER (Moses, John, Closes. John, John), 
b. July 22. 1837; tl. May 13, 1896; m. JOHN P. ALL:\rOND June 23. 1856, 
son of William Allmond and Phebe Jefferis. b. May 4, 1835. 

She was buried at Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery. 

He was a merchant with store at Eighth and ^Tarket streets. Wilmington, 
Del., and now in the brick trade with office at 8 19 Shipley street, with resi- 
dence at 824 West street. He was chairman of the Board of Water Com- 
missioners that built the Cool Spring reservoir for the city and was Mayor 
of Wilmington 1878- 1882. 

Issue : — 

1073. Mary P., b. Oct. 22, 1858. 

1074. William Stewart, b. Jan. 17, 1861. 

1075. John Peckworth, b. Feb. IS, 18G4; d. July 18, 1886. 

1076. Charles M., b. Feb. 20, 1866. = ' ' , ^..^^ 



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1077. Esther P., b. Dec. 13, 1868. 

1078. Sarah M., b. Jan. 21. 1871. 

1079. Edwin G., b. Oct. 8, 1ST2; d. Mar. 6. 1873. 
lOSO. Florence, b. Feb. 7, lb.75. 

1081. Virginia, b. Apr. 11, 1S76; d. July 9. 1S76. 

1082. James Henry, b. Jan. 23, 1S7S; d. Oct. 12, 1878. 
3083. Thomas F. B., b. Sept. 7, 1879; d. Feb. 21, 1880. 



VI— 292. JAMES P. PALMER (Moses. John, ,Moses, John, John), b. 
June II, 1839; d. June 30. iSoo: ni. AXXA PLA.WKTXS May 20. 1862, 
dau. of Thomas Hawkins and Jane Anna McCall, b. Oct. 26, 1842; d. Jan. 
9, 1S99; both buried at Wihuin^ton- and Brandywine Cemeter}-. 

He was a merchant with store and residence on King- street, Wdmington 
Del. ' 

(Thomas, son of Thomas Hawkins and Rebecca Statia. Jane A., dau. 
of Andrew McCall and Elinor Lindsey.) Issue: — 

1084. Thomas Hawkins, b. June 4. 1863. 

1085. Henry H., b. July 23, 1S65. 

1086. Elsie Gray, b. Nov. 16, 1873; d. June 13, 1907. 



VI— 293. BARTRAM PALMER (.Moses, John. Moses, John, John). 
b. June 10, 1841. He became insane during the excitement at the breaking 
out of the Civil War in 1861, and has never regained his reason. 

Ch. of Hannah Palmer {No. So) and TJwinas Thatcher^ all born in Aston, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VI— 294. SAML:EL R. THATCHER (Hannah, John. Moses, John, 
John), b. 10 mo. 6, 181 1 ; d. 10 mo. 5. 1855: m. SALLY ANN WEBSTER 
4 mo. 22, 1847, ^"^^^^ of John Webster and Hannah Pierce. 

He was a dentist, practiced and resided in Wilmington, Del. Xo issue. 



VI— 295. HEXRY THATCHER, b. 9 mo. 21. 1813: d. 12 mo. 2, 1813. 



VI— 296. ABIGAIL THATCHER (Hannah, John. Closes. lohn, 
John), b. 9 mo. 18, 1814: d. 2 mo. 2^. 1896; m. SHARPLESS WORRALL 
in Philadelphia i mo. 10, 1833, son of Peter Worrell* and Hannah Sharpless 

Note. — Peter, son of Thomas Worrell and Mary Pierce, b. 5 mo. 4. 1768; d. .5 mo. 2S, 1S31. 
Hannah, dau. of Daniel Sharpless and Elizabeth Dicks (who were m. 1771), b. 12 mo. 
18, 1777; d. 6 mo. 18, 1858. Daniel, son of Joseph Sharpless and Mary Pyle (who were m. 
1740), and grandson of Joseph the emigrant (See No. T.-15S). Elizabeth Dickc, dau. of 
Nathan and Sarah. Mary Pyle, dau. of Daniel and Mary; she d. 1813, In her ninety-ninth 
year. Joseph Sharpless, the emigrant, m. Lydia Lewis, a sister to his brother James' 
wife, and dau. of Ralph and Mary of Glamorganshire. Wales. 

Joseph, being the youngest son. had to take the farm farthest back in the woods, but 
this was only a few miles off, being on Chester Creek, in !\Tiddlctown Twp.. now Delaware 
Co., Pa. He d. in 1757, and Lydia in 17^J3. Their de.^cendants, through the name Wor- 
rall but now Darlington, continue to possess this land. 



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(who were m. 1810), b. 12 mo. 22, 181 1; d. 3 mo. 8, 1887; both buried in 
Cumberland Cemetery. 

They settled on his mother's farm and built a new house thereon; but in 
1844 he went into mercantile business in East W'hiteland and later at Sugar- 
town, in Willistown Twp.. Chester Co., Pa., where he purchased property. He 
was postmaster at this place twenty years and secretar}- or president of his 
township school board fifteen years. He also held offices in several benefi- 
cial societies. Issue : — 

1087. Peter, b. 9-16-1S33; d. 2-10-1007: unm. 

1088. Thomas T., b. 12-2-1S34; d. 12-22-1892. 

1089. William Henry, b. 11-5-1836. 

1090. Elizabeth S., b. 11-1-1838. 

1091. Lewis Philip, b. 11-11-1840; d. 2-3-1905. 

1092. Anna Mary, b. 9-10-1S42; d. 9-18-1899 

1093. Charles T., b. 9-5-1844; d. 10-10-1862. 

1094. Abigail T., b. 10-29-1846; d. 2-4-1857. 

1095. Sharpless. b. 4-12-1849; d. 8-28-1852. 

1096. Hannah S., b. 3-9-1851. 

1097. Daniel S., b. 11-18-1853; d. 1-2-1857. 



VI— 297. ISAAC THATCHER (Hannah, John, Closes, John, John), 
b. II mo. 9, 1816; d. 3 mo. 10. 1883: m. LYDIA \\TLLIAMS 5 mo. 4, 1842, 
dau. of Jesse Williams'*^ and Saroh Hoopes, b. 8 mo. 12, 1820; d. 6 mo. 26, 
1874; both buried at ]\Iiddlctown yV\.g. 

Farmer. Resided at various places until 1856, when he purchased and 
removed to a farm in Edgmont Twp. near Howellville, Delaware Co., Pa., 
where they continued the rest of their lives. Issue: — 

1098. Sarah W., b. 4-3-1843; d. 2-24-1844. 

1099. Anna Mary, b. 2-10-1845. 

1100. Emma W.. b. 3-12-1847; d. 1-18-1852. .. • 

1101. Thomas W., b. 4-23-1849; d. 7-20-1849. ' ' 

1102. Jesse W., b. 5-18-1850. . , 

1103. Hannah P., b. 9-18-1851; d. 10-6-1851. , •; . 

1104. Samuel Robert, b. 5-23-1853; d. 10-23-1904. • . ." . 

1105. Lvdia Emma, b. 6-6-1854; d. 9-1-1902. , ' ,', " 

1106. Sallie A., b. 9-4-1855. 

1107. William W., 10-11-1856; d. 10-23-1889. 

1108. Isaac, b. 12-31-1863; d. 5-30-1864. 



VI— 298. ELI THATCHER, b. 7 mo. 21, 1818; d. i mo. 9, 1819. 
VI— 299. ENOS THATCEIER. b. 10 mo. 30, 1819; d. 9 mo. 2^,, 1821. 

Note. — Jesse Williams, a son of Ellis Williams, 3d., who m. Jane Garrett 11 mo. 
19, 1787, dau. of Josiah and Mary (Yarnall) Garrett of Goshen. Ellis Williams. 3rd., son 
of Ellis Williams, Jr., who m. Lydia Haines, 2 mo. 1, 1748; Ellis Williams, Jr., son of 
Ellis and Mary Williams, and this Ellis the second cf nine children of Robert Williams, 
the emigrant of Merion from Wales, who m. Gwen Cadwalader 4 mo. 19, 1691, and about 
1700 settled in Goshen. It is believed that Goshen meeting was first held at his house 
on property belonging to Griffith Owen. Sarah Hoopes, a dau. of Amos Hoopes and 
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VI— :;oo. HENRY THATCHER (2d) (Hannah, Jolin, Moses, John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 23, 1821 ; d. 10 mo. 10, 18^7; unm. 

For a few years previous and at the time of his death he was assistant 
steward at the Delaware Co. (Fa.) ahnsliouse. He possessed to a remark- 
able degree that refined grace. gL^ntlciicss. His death resulted from exertion 
in procuring material for the building of a new barn on the property of the 
above institution, the old one having been struck and totally burned by light- 
ning the previous 25th of July, 1847. 

VI— 301. CHARLES P. THATCHER (Hannah, John, .Aloses, John. 
John), b. 7 mo. 20. 1823; d. 2 mo. 12, 1842. Resided at the time of his death 
in Wilmington, Del. 

VI— 302. SARAH S. THATCHER (Hannah, John, Moses, John, 
John), b. 7 mo. 13. 1825; d. i nio. i. 1910; m. JOEL SHARPLESS YAR- 
NALL 12 rao. 11, 1845, ^O" o^ Israel Yarnall and Lydia Sharpless (who were 
m. II mo. 2, 1815), b. II mo. 15, 1819; d. i mo. 14, 1850. 

Farmer. They resided on a farm which he inherited from his mother 
in Middletown Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. 

(Israel Yarnall, son of William and ^lary. Lydia Sharpless, dau. of 
Joel and Hannah (see Sharpless Record pp. 423). 

M. second, JOHN HALL, 10 mo. 23, 1862. son of :\Ialin Hall and 
Mary Heston, b. 8 mo. 17. 1797; d. 2 mo. 4, 1897, in his looth year. They 
resided in West Chester. Pa. Issue bv first husband onlv : — 
1108. Lydia S., b. 5-1S-1849; d. 1-12-1887. 

Note. — The following is from the West Chester Local News, of Feb. 4, 1907. 

"JOHN HALL. 

"This morning a quarter before five John Hall, who has been regarded as the 
oldest citizen of West Chester, passed away peacefully at his home on North Walnut 
street. He was the last remaining brother, and now there is but one remaining mem- 
ber of the generation, a sister, Mrs. Dickinson. 

"When the news was passed about among the friends and relatives, much interest 
was shown, for the aged citizen had seemed to belong to the people at'lar?e, so wide 
•was his reputation on account of his advanced years and the manner in which he re- 
tained his faculties long after the period when the average man gives up his hold on 
earthly affairs. 

"The deceased was born August 17th, 1797, and consequently had he lived until 
the 17th of August next he would have been 100 years of age. This longevity is character- 
istic of the family. His brother, Thomas W. Hall, reached the remarkable age of 101 
years, 1 month and 4 days. He died less than a year ago at the residence of his daugh- 
ter, Martha B. Seltzer, in Cnln township, this county. His sur\iving sister, Sarah," is 
the widow of Edward Heston Dickinson, and is now in her ;^5th year, and still' in the "en- 
joyment of good health. There was originally nine brothers and sisters — Edward, Malin, 
Thomas W., Isaac, John, Jane, William, Sarah and Ann. Edward, Jane and Williani 
all passed the age of four score. 

Matthew Hall, who came to this country in 1701, was the founder of the Hall family 
in America. He v/as the great-grandfather of John Hall and his brothers and sisters. 
The parents of John Hall were Malin and Mary Heston Hall, of Philadelphia, and in 
that city their children were born and reared. 

A POTTER BY TRADE. 
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VI— 303. HAXXAH THATCHER (Hannah. Tohn. Moses. John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 9. 1827; ni. SAMUEL S. YARNALL 3 mo. 2, 1848, son of 
John Yarnall* and Ahinoam Smedley, b. 10 mo. 2, 1821 ; d. 6 mo. 2, 1890; 
buried in Cumberland Cemetery. 

Blacksmith by trade, which he followed for several years at Sug^rtown, 
Chester Co., Pa. He then went to farming- and subsequently purchased a 
farm in Willistown, of Xathan L. Garrett, where his family remain, with 
P. O. at Malvern, Pa. Issue: — 

1110. Mary, b. 6-8-1849. 

nil. Abigail W., b. 3-3-1S51; d. 3-12-1903. 

1112. John. b. 11-23-1853. 

1113. Hannah E., b. 1-3-1866. 



VI— 304. ELI AS H. THATCHER, b. 8 mo. 9, 1828; d. 8 mo. 30, 
1828. 



for it when he became free. His father owned two farms in what was then Bleckley town- 
ship, Philadelphia county. .John took one of them and went Into the milk business, 
which he followed for a number of years, selling milk in Philadelphia. The farm prop- 
erty located within what is now the solidly built up part of the city grew rapidly valu- 
able, and Mr. Hall prospered in business. "When he retired from farming he was able to 
do so with a compet'='ncy. It is probably forty-five years since he quit farming and 
retired. About thirty years of t-hat time he has sp^nt in "West Chester. He, as well as 
all the members of his family, belonged to the Society of Friends. He was a thoroughly 
conscientious man, upright in word and deed, and commanded the respect and esteem 
of all who knew him. He was firm in his convictions of right, and could vigorously 
maintain an arg^iment in behalf of the cause he espoused. He was naturally of a benevo- 
lent character and took an interest in the young men. He was thoroughly posted con- 
cerning the affairs of the outside v.-orld. and took pleasure in marking the indications 
of Its advancement, even though no longer himself active in its business schemes. 

"He gave away many thousands of dollars in charities. He was largely instru- 
mental in the building of the Friends' Boarding Home in West Chester, furnishing 
much of the money for its erection. He assisted greatly, too. in the education of the 
freedmen of the South. His brother w.is connected with the underground railroad, and 
in his younger days John Hall many times drove a wagon that conveyed fugitives from 
slavery on their way to freedom. It was largely his experiences in that connection that 
led him to contribute so liberally toward the education of the blacks in later years. 

"John Hall was in politics a "Whis: and afterwards a Republican and voted for every 
nominee for Presidesit of these partie.- from ISIS to his death. When James Monroe was 
elected the second time, in 1820, John Hall voted for him and William J>IcKinley received 
his vote in 1896. That is a long record of participation in public affairs, and very few 
others have equalled it. He lived during the administration of everv- President but Wash- 
ington, having been born during the first year of John Adams' administration." 

Note. — John Yarnall. a son of Ezekiel Yarnall and Sarah Hall, who were m. 5 mo. 
6, 1784, at Middletown Mtg., she being a dau. of Samuel and Sarah (Norbury) Hall, and 
Samuel, a son of Thomas and Mary (Kendall) Hall, probably emigrants. John Yarnall 
owned a farm on Ridley Creek in Middletov.n about one mile south of Media. Ezekiel 
Yarnall, a son of William Yarnall and Mary Chance, who were m. Jan. 30, 1760 — ?t. 
Michael's and Zion Church record. William, son of Thomas Yarnall and Martha Ham- 
mans, and Thomas, son of Philip and Dorothy Yarnall, b. 6 mo. 10, 1705. Ahinoam 
Smedley, a dau. of Ambrose Smedley and Elizabeth Yarnall, b. 8 mo. 29, 1795; d. 8 mo. 
22, lo57, being the youngest of ten ch. of Ambrose Smedley, a son of George Smedley 
Jr., and Mary Hammans. his 2d. wife, who were m. 10 mo. 14, 1727, she being a dau. of 
William and Margaret (Staples) Hammans. b. 1 mo. 28, 1710; d. 2 mo. 18. 1774; and 
George Smedley, Jr., b. 1 mo. 2, 1692-3; d. 11 mo. 20, 1766. a son of George Smedley, the 
emigrant about 1RS2, and Sarah Kitchen) Goodwin, widow, who were m. at P'rleuds" 
Meeting, Philadelphia, 1687, and settled finally in Willistown, Chester Co., Pa. 



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VI— 305. ELIZABETH W. THATCHER, b. 2 mo. 18, 1830; d. 2 
mo. 24, 1836. 



VI— 306. DEBORAH THATCHER, b. 2 mo. 27, 1832; d. i mo. ib, 
1836. 

Ch. of N orris Palmer {No. Si) and Maria Smith. 

Some probably born in Delaware Co., Pa. and some in Wilmington, Del 

VI— 307. ELIZA PALMER, b. July i, 1816; d. April 27, 1827. 



VI— 30S. HANNAH M. PAL:MER (Norris. John, Moses, John, 
John), b. Mar. 3, 1818; d. Oct. 7, 1841 ; unm. 



VI— 309. JULIA ANN PALMER (Norris, John, Moses, John, John), 
b. Aug. 8, 181 9; d. Feb. 7, 1838. 

These two dying in their young womanhood were long held in loving re- 
membrance. 



VI— 310. ANNA MARIA PALMER (Norris, John, Moses, John, 
John), b. Feb. 14, 1821 ; d. Feb. 5, 1890; buried at Laurel Hill cemetery'; m. 
BURRELL L. ECCLESTON Nov. 20. 1839, son of Joseph Eccleston and 
Lucy Gates, of Connecticut, b. Dec. 8, 1812; d. Sept. 8, 1852. 

They lived in Connecticut, where he died. She then returned to Phil- 
adelphia and carried on dressmaking at 1327 Mervine St., and afterwards on 
Girard Ave. Issue: — 

1114. Bavman W., b. Sept. 7. 1840. 

1115. Norris P., b. July 24, 1842; d. Jan. 16, 1897. 

1116. Bayard, b. Aug. 12, 1844. 

1117. Lucy Maria, b. Sept. 23, 1848. 

1118. Lilly P., b. April 29, 1851. 



VI— 311. MARY PALMER, b. Dec. 24, 1822; d. Sept. 14, 1823. 
VI— 312. SARAH PALMER, b. Aug. 11, 1824; d. 1845; ^nm. 



VI— 313. MARY LOUISA PALMER (Norris. Tohn, Moses, John. 
John), b. April 21, 1826: m. WILLIAM L. CARR Mar' 18. 1845. ^t Ches- 
ter, Pa., son of Joseph Carr and Margaret Lippen. b. Oct. 17. 1821; d. Mar. 
21, 1883. 

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and Riclimond (Va.) line. Since his death she has hvcd with her sons in 
Philadelphia. Issue: — 

1119. Lewis G., b. Mar. 23, 1846; d. Mar. 5, 1905. 

1120. Elizabeth Clementine, b. Mar. 9. 1848; d. Sept. 21, 1S8S. 

1121. Amanda R., b. June 15, 1S51; d. Sept. 9. 1896. 

1122. Charles Norris, b. Sept. 21, 1853, 



VI— 314. ELIZABETH S. PALMER ( Xorris. John. Moses, John. 
John), b. July 17. 182S: d. April 4. 190;; ni. JARED CHAPMAN Dec. 31, 
1846, son of Elias S. Chapman and Clara Aven-, b. Oct. 19, 1826; d. Feb. 
18, 1871 ; both bur. at Pouqueranuck. Conn. He was a farmer. After his 
death she resided at Norwich. Conn., but a few months before her death she 
was with her daughter at Yonkers. N. Y., where she died. Children : — 

1123. Emma M., b. Oct. 22. 1847; d. Jan. 14, 1881. 

1124. Sarah Elizabeth, b. May — , 1849; d. 1850. 

1125. Lilly E., b. Jan. 21, 1852. 

1126. Lewis S., b. Mar. 24. 1862. 

VI— 315. LEWIS HENRY PALMER (Norris, John. Moses, John, 
John), b. Nov. 22. 1829; d. June 25, 1884: m. SARAH JANE ZEIGLER 
Oct. 12, 1865, dau. of Jacob Zeigier and Jane ( ?)• b. Oct. 27, 1845. 

He was a carpenter. Removed to Ames. Story Co.. Iowa. She now re- 
sides with her daughter, address El Rciio, Okla. Issue: — 

1127. Amanda Alice, b. Aug 5, 1866. 

1128. William Norris. b. Aug. 12. 1869. . ' 



VI— 316. WILLIAM NORRIS PALMER (Norris. lohn. Moses. 
John, John), b. Feb. 18. 1832; d. May 26. 1863; m. MINERVA I. COCH- 
R.A.NE Dec. 16, 1858. She was b. ]Mar. 3. 1842. He enlisted in an Ohio 
regiment during the Civil War and died in a hospital in Kentucky. She was 
for some time in Adams Co.. O., but present residence not found. Chil- 
dren : — 

1129. Emma L., b. Oct. 19. 1859. 

1130. Sarah I., b. Mar. 28, 1861. 

1131. Maggie B., b. Aprill3,1863. 

VI— 317. EMMA PALMER (Norris, John. :Moses, John, John), b. 
Mar. 15, 1834; m. JAMES A. STORY Mar. 24, 1S51, son of Ebenezer Story- 
and Mary Mansfield, b. Oct. 29, 1835; d. Feb. 19, 1872. 

M. 2nd. RUSSELL RATHBONE May 9, 1878. as his 2nd wiie, son of 
Martin Rathbone. He d. Dec. 18, 1884. They were all residents of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Her residence (1910). 54 Euclid Ave., Flackensack, N. J. 

Issue, by first husband onlv : — ■ - 

1132. Jamjes Palmer, b. July 1, 1854; d. Nav. 6. 1896. 

1133. Albert Irving, b. Aug. 15. 1856; d. May 28, 1873. 

1134. Mary Emma, b. Feb. 7, 1862. 






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Ch. of Margaret Chaiiibtrlain (Xo. 5?) a)id Joshua Johnson. 

VI— 318. ROBERT JOIIXSOX (Margaret. Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. I mo. 31, i8o<S; d. 10 mo. 4. 1852- m. S.A.RAH CRAFT 10 mo. 21, 

1835, at Waynesville, O., dau. of Jolm Craft and Achsah (?), b. 2 

mo. 22, 1816; d. 12 mo. 30, 1865. 

They resided at Waynesville, Warren Co., O. By trade he was a miller, 
and followed that occnpation. Sarah, after his death, resided at Miamisburg, 
O.. where she died. Issue: — - 

1135. Margaret, b. 3-19-1837; d. 4-20-1849. 

1136. Orlistis Robert, b. 12-27-1839; d. 5-8-1849. 

1137. Sarah Ellen, b. 10-17-1841; d. 7-2S-1S60; unm. 

1138. Marj' Eliza, b. 1-10-1S43; d. 12-3-1860. 

1139. Joshua M., b. 6-11-1845. 

1140. Cantwell, b. 8-3-1S47; d. 12-2-1892; unm. 

1141. John William, b. 11-6-1849. 

1142. Robert, b. 6-17-1S52; d. 8-16-1853. 

VI— 319. JOSEPH JOHNSON (^^largaret. Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. 9 mo. 23, 1809; d. 8 mo. 13, 1845; unm. 

VI— 320. ANN JOHNSON (Margaret, ^^lartha. Moses, John, John), 
b. 6 mo. 30, 1813; d. 9 mo. 15. 1895; i"- WILLIAM B. SILVER 9 mo. 30, 
1835, at Miami Meeting of Friends, held at Waynesville, Warren Co., O., 
son of William Silver*and Rebecca Bates, b. 2 mo. 14,1808; d. 12 mo. 11, 
1893; both buried in Kansas City Cemetery. 

He was a farmer. Resided near Camden. Preble Co., O.. where their 
children were all born. Afterwards removed to Richmond, Wayne Co., Ind., 
and later to Kansas City, Mo. They were Friends, members of Westneld 
Monthly Meeting. Children : — 

1143. Joshua J., b. 9-20-1836; d. 6-2-1890. . .. , . 

1144. Horatio, b. 4-6-1839. 

1145. Margaret C, b. 5-28-1841. 

1146. Oscar W., b. 7-24-1S43. 

1147. Joseph J., b. 9-9-1845. 

1148. Robert, b. 1-25-1849. 

1149. Rebecca, b. 4-27-1851; d. 12-2-1851. 

1150. Rebecca Ann, b. 9-24-1854. 

1151. Elizabeth W., b. 9-30-1858; d. 1-3-1862. 

Ch. of Joseph Chumhcrlain {No. 86) and EUzahcth Thomson. 

All born near Newark, Del. . . , . 

VI— 321. CHARLES THOMSON CHA^IBERLAIN (Joseph, Mar- 



Note. — William Silver and Rebecca Bates -were m. 1 mo. 12, 1797, at Lower AIlo- 
ways Creek Friends' M. H., Salem Co., N. J. William, son of Samuel Silver and Rebecca 

(?), b. 1 mo. 18, 1773; d. 5 mo. 23. 181S. Rebecca, dau. of William Bates and 

Ph€b€ (?), b. 3 mo. 4, 1776; d. 12 mo. 12, 1S49, 



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tha, Moses. John, Tolm). b. Tulv 13. 1815; d. Oct. 29, 1871; bur. Natchez 
Cemetery; m. PAMELIA HAYS ARCIIER Xov. 21. 1843. She was b. 
Aug. .5, 1821. near Bel Air. Harford Co., Md., dau. of Hon. Stevenson Archer 
(of whom see account page ). Dr. Charles T. Chamberlain graduated at 
Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. He settled in 1837 at Church Hill, 
Jefferson Co.. Aliss., where they lived thirty years. Removed to Natchez, 
Miss., in 1867. that place offering a favorable opening for his profession. 
During the years that followed he built up ?. large practice and established an 
enviable reputation for skill as a physician. He died in this city in the line 
of duty during an epidemic of yellow fever. His widow remained there with 
part of their family. A further account of him will be found in the note fol- 
lowing his son, Hon. Geo. E. Chamberlain's, record.* No. 1157, 
Issue : — 

1152. Mary Archer, b. Nov. 16. 1844; d. Sept. 30. 1853. 

1153. John Thomson, b. Mar. 13. 1846; d. Aug. 3, 1846. 

1154. Charles Thomson, b. July 15, 1847. 

1155. Josephine, b. Jan. 3, 1850. 

1156. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 21. 1852: d. Aug. 13, 1852. 

1157. George Earle, b. Jan. 1, 1854. 

1158. Laura Turpin, b. Dec. 4, 1855. 

1159. Frank Cokman, b. Nov. 17, 1857; d. Sept. 21, 1858. 

1160. Julia Devereux, b. July 26. 1859; d. Aug. 13, 1859. 

1161. Kate Archer, b. Dec. 23, 1860. 

1162. Lucy Stone, b. Apr. 13, 1866; d. June — , 1S66. 



VI— 322. MARTHA T. CHAMBERLAIN (Joseph. Martha, Moses, 
John, John), d. June 7, 1905; m. CHARLES LONG, of Hartville, Bucks 
Co., Pa., probably son of Hugh and Aviary Long, b. March 11, 1818; d. July 
15, 1856. No issue. Both buried in Neshaminy Presbyterian Cemetery. 

VI— 323. ELIZABETH THOMSON CHA^IBERLAIN (Joseph, 
Martha, Moses, John. John), d. Dec. 16, 1902; unm. 

She conducted a boarding-house corner Broad and Spruce streets, Pliil- 
adelphia, Pa., for a nimiber of years; bur. Head of Christiana Church, Del. 



VI— 324. MARY F. CHA^IBERLAIN (loseph. Martha. Moses. John. 
John), b. Nov. 5, 1821; d. ^lay 2y, 1906. m. GEORGE EARLE Dec. 13. 
1843, fourth son of Hon. Richard Tilghman Earle and ^Nlary Tilghman, b. 
Sept. 10, 1821, in Queen Anne Co., Md. ; d. ]May 10, 1899. 

Hon. R. T. Earle was a judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland for 
over a quarter of a century; he d. in 1843, ag^d seventy-six years. Man,- was 
a dau. of Hon. James Tilghman, the predecessor in the same office of her 

Note. — The various branches of the Chamberlain family have formed "The 
Chamberlain Association of America." They have a regular organization which meets 
annually in Boston, Mass., and publish reports of their progress. They are collecting 
genealogical and incidental matters connected with the family history, which may in 
time be compiled into a connected account of the family. The obituary concerning the 
Rev. George W. Chamberlain, No. 335, of this work, was taken from their report for 1902, 
for which thanks are due. 



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husband. George lu'irle graduated at JefTerson College, Pa., though he had 
previously been at Newark College, Del. He studied law at first with his 
father, and completed his course with John Glenn, of Baltimore. He prac- 
ticed his profession for many years in Cecil Co., Md. In 1854 he fonned a 
partnership with Hon. John A. J. Creswell (late Postmaster-General j, which 
continued until 1863. tie then received an appointment as clerk of the Court 
of Appeals of Maryland, which office he held five years. In 1864 he repre- 
sented Cecil Co. in the Constitutional Convention of Maryland, which abol- 
ished sla-zrry. In April, 1S60. President Grant appointed him First Assist- 
ant Postmaster-General; this office he resigned in the December following, and 
engaged in the practice of his profession in Washington, D. C, "greatly pre- 
ferring private to public life," residing in Georgetown. D. C. Both buried in 
Oak Hill Cemetery. Issue: — 

1163. Richard Tilghman, b. June 13, 1848: d. Dec. 12, 1890. 

1164. Bessie Chamberlain. ' ' 

1165. George, b. June 1, 1862. • . 

1166. Mary Tilghman. 

1167. Charles Thomson Chamberlain. 

1168. Suzane Frisby. 

1169. Catharine Chamberlain. . . . • 



VI— 325. JOHN T. CHAMBERLAIN (Joseph, Martha, Moses, John, 
John), d. 1904; unm. 

He was a dentist, and was located at Germantown, Philadelphia, for a 
number of years. His last years were spent in a home in that city. 

VI— 326. MARGARETTA CHAI^IBERLAIN, d. in infancy. 

VI— 327. ANNA M. CHAMBERLAIN (Joseph, ^lartha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Aug. 20, 1826; d. Aug. 22. 1906, Germantown, Pa. ; m. REV. 
ALBERT HENRY BARNES Dec. 21. 1854, son of Albert Barnes =f^ and 
Abby A. Smith. He d. May 6, 1878; both buried at North Laurel Hill 
Cemetery, Philadelphia. He was a Presbyterian minister and had a charge 
for some time at Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

n??: Kntn^^""^ ^' } ^^^^ P^"^ S^- Pt^iladelphia. Pa. 

VI— 328. JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLAIN, b. circa 1828; d. in her 5th 
year. .,., ^ _ 



Note. — Albert Barnes was an eminent Presbj'terian devine b. at Rome, N. Y. 1798* 
d. at Philadelphia, Dec. 1870. In 1S30 he became pastor of the First Presbyterian Church 
of Philadelphia and held the position over thirty years. He was an influential advocate 
of the "New School doctrines" of that church, an eminent writer on religious subjects 
and a pronounced opponent of the system of American slavery, on which he firmly and 
fearlessly declared his views. He declined on conscientious grounds the title of D D 
to which he was clearly entitled both on account of his great learning and purity of 
character. 



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VI— 329. JOSEPH P. CHAMBERLAIN (Joseph, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Aug. 19. 1831; cI. Sept. 29, 1854; unni. 

He studied medicine and went to Mississippi in Feb. 1854, and soon af- 
ter settled in Point Coupee Parrish. La., where he d. of yellow fever contract- 
ed whilst fearlessly attending to his duties in the line of his profession. He 
was bur. at Church Hill, Jetterson Co., Miss., in the Chamberlain family lot. 



VI— 330. SAMUEL E. CHAMBERLAIN (Joseph, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. circa 1834; d. fall or winter of 1868. 

He resided in Tensas Parrish, La., where he died; buried beside his 
brother Joseph. 

VI— 331. JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLAIN 2d. (Joseph, Martha, 
Moses, John, John). Resided for a time with her sister, Anna M. Barnes; 
afterwards near Newark, Del. ; unm. 

Ch. of Pierce Chamberlain {No. 8y) and Christiana Whitehill. 

VI— 332. ELIZABETH B. CHAMBERLAIN (Pierce, Martha, 
Moses, John, John), b. Aug. 17, 1833. 

In connection with her sisters, she conducted a select school for several 
years in Columbia, Lancaster Co., Pa. Now resides at Bridgeton, N. J. 

VI— 333- MARTHA A. CHAMBERLAIN (Pierce, Martha, Moses. 
John, John), b. April 8, 1835; <J- J^"- -5, 1901 ; unm.; buried beside her 
mother in Columbia, Pa. 

VI— 334. JA^vIES WHITEHILL CHAMBERLAIN (Pierce, :Martha, 
Moses. John. John), b. Dec. 27, 1836, in Waterford. Erie Co.. Pa.; d. 
April 16, 1892; m. ANNA ^lATILDA HADERMAN Oct. 23, 1866, in 
Bristol, Pa., clau. of Prof. C. J. Haderman, a German exile. They were m. 
in St. Joseph, Tensas Parish. La., to which place J. \V. C. had gone after a 
residence for some time with his cousin. Dr. C. T. Chamberlain, at Natchez, 
Miss. After a residence at St. Joseph for several years they returned to 
Natchez, where he died and was buried in Natchez Cemetery. His widow re- 
mained here with her children. Issue : — 

1172. G€orge Pierce, b. Nov. 28, 1867. in Newark, Del. 

1173. Edward Norman, b. May 4, 1870, in St. Joseph. La. 

1174. Christine, b. July 26, 1872, in St. Joseph, La.; d. when 6 years old. 

1175. Mary, b. Jan. 10. 1875, in St. Joseph, La. 

VI— 335- GEORGE \V. CHAMBERLAIN* (Pierce, Martha, Moses, 

Note. — The following obituary is taken from a pamphlet of the proceedings of the 
"Chamberlain Association of Ameiica" for 1902 at Boston Mass.: 

"Upon July 31st (1902), George W. Chamberlain, a veteran missionary- of the Pres- 



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John, John), b. Aug. 13. 1S39. Waterford. Erie Co., Pa.; d. July 31, 1902; 
m. MARY A. AXXESLEVJune 30. 1S68. of Albany, X. Y. 

He became a minister in the Pre^byterian Church and went as a mis- 
sionany' to Brazil, where he was engaged for many years and ended his life 
in that service at Rio Vermelho. Bahia, Brazil. After his death his widow 
returned to the United States and took up a residence at Bridgeton, N. J. 

Their children were: — 

1176. Laura Annesley, b. Aug. 30, 1869. 

1177. Pierce Annesley, b. April 1, 1872. 

1178. Mary Christine, b. Nov. 2, 1873; d. Sept. 4, 1899. 

1179. Ruth, b. May 27. 1875; d. April 14, 1876. 
IISO. Helen Elizabeth, b. Feb. 24. 1877. 

1181. George Agnew, b. March 15, 1879. 

1182. Daniel Stewart, b. Dec. 2, 1881; d. Dec. 6, 1899. 



VI— 336. MARY A. CHAMBERLAIX (Pierce, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Dec. 29, 1841. 

She resided with Rev. J. B. Howell at Xo. 108 Xorth 50th St., Phila., 
for a time; afterwards removed to live with her sister-in-law at Bridgeton, 
N.J. 

Ch. of Dr. Palmer Chmuberlain {No. 88) and Grace Thotnson. 

VI— 337. HAXXAH CHA^IBERLAIN (Palmer. Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Feb. — , 1825; d. Good Friday, ]March 28, 1891. 

Slie conducted a select school at X'ewark, Del., for several years; after- 
wards removed to her sisters at Fayetteville, X. C, where she died. Her 
niece writes of her : "She was one of the most wonderful of women, her in- 
fluence was felt wherever she lived, especially over the young. She died very 
suddenlv right in the midst of h.er life work — teaching — truly her works do 
follow her." 



VI— 338. CATHERLXE CHAMBERLAIX (Palmer, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Jan. 16. 1S26; d. Dec. 11, 1904; m. REV. JAMES H. Mc- 
NEILL Oct. 16. 1848, Presbyterian minister, b. 1822, in Fayetteville. X'orth 
Carolina, where they lived. During the Civil War he entered the C. S. A. as 



byterian Board, Bahia, Brazil, passed away. 'The Presbyterian Assembly Herald' said of 
him: 'The story of his life, when written, will make an inspiring book, and will cover 
the essentials of the history of the Presbyterian missions in Brazil. Through Rio, San 
Paulo, Parana, Bahia, Sergipe and part of Minas, he is the best known of American mis- 
sionaries, and the undeniable evidences of his work are found over this vast area. He 
may be justly called the builder of churches and the founder of schools. 

" 'Of great coui-age, matchless enthusiasm, and tireless energy, he traversed the dan- 
gerous regions of the interior on muleback, before the days of railways, and though 
repeatedly stoned, driven from the towns and threatened with death, he returned and 
delivered the message, won hearts, and churches grew up in his wake. A wise and sym- 
pathetic counselor to those in trouble, he was a high type of a true missionary. He car- 
ried into darkened lives the undying hope and the sure promise of the gospel of Christ.' 
His body was buried in the English cemetery at Bahia, Brazil, according to his 
'desire to be laid to rest in the land and among the people whom, he loved.' " 



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a Colonel and was killed at the battle of Five Forks, Va., May 31, 1865; both 
were buried at Fayetteville, X. C. Children: — 

1183. George Palmer. Sept. 17, 1849. 

1184. James Ruffin. d. Dec. 24. 18G0, aged 12 years. 

1185. Kate Ruffln. b. June 19. 1S54. 

1186. Charles Joseph, d. Dec. 24, 1860, aged 4. 

1187. John Rose, b. Aug. 9, 1861. 



VI— 339- JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN (Palmer, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Oct. 5, 1S26; d. Nov. 9, 1846; unm. ; bur. at Head of Christ- 
iana Church, Delaware. 



VI— 340. EMMA CHA^IBERLAIX, b. June 27, 1831; d. May 2, 
1862; unm.; buried Head of Christiana Church. 



VI— 341. MARGARETTA CHAMBERLAIN, b. 1834; d. July 15, 
li ; unm. Resided in Newark. Del. ; buried Head of Christiana Church. 



VI— 342. ^lARTHA CHAMBERLAIN (Palmer, Martha, Moses, 
John, John), b. Aug. 25, 1837; unm. She is an artist; resides at Newark, 
Del. 



VI— 343. CLARA CHAMBERLAIN (Palmer. Martha, Moses. John, 
John), b. Nov. 10, 1840; m. GEORGE G. KERR Jan. 6, 1869, son of An- 
drew Kerr and Hannah Gillespie, b. Dec. 31, 1834. 

He was a farmer near Newark, Del., but later removed into that tovvn. 

Issue : — 

1188. Emma, b. Dec. 24, 1S70; d. Mar. 20, 1S73. ^ ■. i ' -n. '' 

1189. Mary Gillespie, b. P'eb. 17, 1873. 

1190. Andrew, b. April 10, 1875. 

1191. Helen Margaretta, b. June 18, 1881. 

1192. Alice Grace, b. May 9, 1885. •..■.'■ • .'' 

Line of John^ John, Moses, ]\Iartha. 
Ch. of Ann Chamberlain {N'o. 8g) and Samuel Meeteer. 

VI— 344. SAMUEL T. MEETEER. (Ann. Martha, Moses. John, 
John), b. Nov. 10, 1820; d. Nov. 18, 1895; m. :MARY C. BRAYTON Nov. 
24, 1859, dau. of Moses and Hannah, b. Oct. 13. 1833, in Warren Co., N. Y. 

He was a farmer, resided at Manteno. Kankakee Co., 111.; removed to 
Grinnell, Iowa., where he died and was buried.. His widow remaining there. 

Issue : — 

1193. Jessie "W., b. April 11, 1864. 

1194. Samuel J., b. May 16, 1867; d. June 14, 1894. 



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VI— 345. JOSEPH C. MEETEKR (Ann. Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. Dec. 4. 1S22; d. July 12. 1907: m. HENRIETTA CHURCH- 
MAN May 13, 1849, ^^^- ot Micajah Liiurchman and Sarah McCHntock,* 
b. Dec 16, 1831. 

He was engnged with Reeves & Parvin, wholesale grocers. Philadelphia, 
Pa., with later residence at 201 .State St., Camden, N. J. Issue: — 
1196. Martha W., b. May 4, 1850. 

1196. Frank C. b. Oct. 18, 1852. 

1197. Annie M., b. Jan. 14, 1855. 

1198. Henrietta Josephine, b. June 1, 1857. 

1199. Samuel, b. Dec. 14. 1859. 

1200. Margaret, b. Dec. 11, 1861. 

1201. Churchman, b. Dec. 1. 1864. 

VI— 346. WILLIAM H. MEETEER (Ann, Martha, Moses, lohn, 
John), b. Nov. 29, 1824; d. Sept. 26, 18S2: m. .MARGARET HORSEY 
June 4, 1868, dau. of Thomas Hopewell Horsey and Glenora Frances Palmer, 
b. Jan. 10, 1838; d. Jan. 12, 1899; both buried in Chester Cemetery. 

He was a physician. Resided at Chestertown, ]Md. He graduated at 
Delaware College, Newark, Del., and also at Jefferson Medical College, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Issue: — 

1202. William H., b. Aug. 28, 1870; d. July 12, 1S71. 

VI— 347. PIERCE C. MEETEER (Ann, Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. Aug. — , 1827; d. in infancy. 



VI— 348. MARGARET MEETEER (Ann, Martha, Moses, John, 
John), b. Oct. 1830; d. July 31. 1892; unm. She was a teacher, and at one 
time had a school at Dover, Del. 



VI— 349. EDWARD B. MEETEER (Ann, Martha, Moses. John, 
John), b. Dec. 13, 1834; d. Nov. 19, 1904; m. HARRIET LOUISE SIMONS 
Feb. 15, 1865, dau. of Roswell D. and Jane Ann Simons, b. Aug. 15, 1844. 

He was a dentist at Lodi, Columbia Co., Wis, and which is still her resi- 
dence. Issue: — 
1203. Frank C, b. Jan. 12, 1869. j 

Line of John, John, Moses, Moses. 

Ch. of Dr. William P. Palmer (No. p?) and Martha Gray; all bom near 
Sandy Springs, Montgomery Co., Md. 

VI— 350. WILLIAM GRAY PALMER (William P., Moses, :Moses, 

Note. — Sarah McClintock, dau. of Francis McClintock and Mary Peii-son, m. for 
her first husband Thomas P. May and they were the parents of Mar>' May Peirce, wife of 
Caleb Peirce, Sr., No. T.-145. Micajah Churchinnn, son of PZilward Churchman tOeorfre 3, 
John 2, John 1) and Rebecca Peirce (sister of Thomas Peirce 4, Caleb 3, C-aleb 2, George 1). 



no PALMER FAMILY. 



John, John), b. Feb. 22, 1S24: d. Xov. 23. 1893; buried at Rock Creek Ceme- 
tery, Washington, D. C. ; m. ELIZABETH D. JACKSOX Sept. 21, 1847, 
dau. of William Benjamin Jacicson and Elizabeth V.. I^undcs. She d. Oct. 
I, 190.8, in lier Sgth year. She lived during her last years with 'ner three 
daughters at 1700 Thirteenth St . N. W.. Washington. D. C. ; buried by side 
of her husband. 

William G. graduated at the University of Pennsylvania in March, 1844, 
attended service of Dr. Geo. B. Ward in Pennsylvania Hospital in the winter 
of 1844-45, then settled in Bladensburg, Prince George Co., Md. In Jan., 
1852, he removed to Washington, D. C, where he continued in the practice 
of his profession. Issue : — 

12U4. Elizabeth Gray, b. Sept. 5. 1S4S. 

1205. William Bladen, b. Feb. 24, 1850. 

1206. Fannie Gray, b. Aug. 20, 1853. - 

1207. Benjamin Loundes, b. Nov. 20. 1856. 

1208. Helen Pinckney. b. Sept. 23, 1S60. 

VI— 351. ivIOSES G. PALMER (Wm. P., Moses, Moses, lohn, John), 
b. Aug. 26, 1825; d. Sept. 6, 1885; m. HENRIETTA M. RICHARDSON 
Oct. 8, 1854 (her second husband), dau. of Elijah and Eleanor Reed. She d. 
Mar. 26, 1857, at Quincy, 111. 

M. second wife, CARRIE GEAR, July 18, 1865, dau. of Carter and Re- 
becca Gear. She d. ^lar. 24, 1902. 

He was an Attorney-at-Law. Removed from his native State first to 
Quincy, 111., thence to St. Louis, Mo., where he and his widow died. They 
were buried at Quincy, 111. 

Issue by last wife: — 

1209. Walter Gray, b. Aug. 29, 1866; d. July 22, 1901. 

1210. Jessie, b. Dec. 26, 1869, i .. 

i< Ch. of Dr. JVm. P. Palmer and Second Wife, Cleora Duvall. 

: VI— 352. FRANKLIN PALMER, b. April 16, 1833; d. Nov. 8, 1834. 

VI— 353. ELIZA P. PALMIER (Wm. P., IMoses. Moses. lohn, John), 
b. June 10, 1834; d. Sept. i, 1890; m. DR. JOHN T. TOWERS Oct. 31, 
1854, of Washington, D. C, and of which city he was once mayor, son of 
Thomas Towers and Elizabeth Cheatham, of Alexandria. Va., b. Feb. 21, 
1811 ; d. Aug. II, 1857, and was buried in the Congressional Cemetery. 

M. second RICHARD H. GRIFFITH, JR., Nov. 20, 1867, son of 
Richard H. Griffith and Mary Ann ]\Iagruder, b. Jan. 24, 1827, in Montgom- 
ery Co., Md. In early life he was engaged in trade in Baltimore; in 1869 he 
purchased and removed to a fine farm of 400 acres, with P. O. at Sunshine. 
Montgomery Co., Md. 

Issue by I St husband, J. T, Towers : — 

1211. William Palmer, b. Jan. 29, 1857. • ; 



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By 2nd husband, R. H. Griffith : — 

1212. Cleora Palmer, b. Jan. 4. 1869. 

1213. Eliza Bowie, b. Mar. IS, 1S7U. 

1214. Ellen Cuyler. b. April 9, 1872. 

1215. Maud M., b. Dec. 11, 1873. 

1216. Lilly, b. July 21, 1S76. 

1217. Richard H., b. May 28, 1878; d. July 6, 1879. 

> ■ 

VI— 354. HELEN DEBORAH PALMER, b. April 25, 1836; d. June 
9, 1850. 

VI— 355. MARTHA JANE PAL^vIER, b. Jan. 17, 1838; d. April 29. 
1850. These two and a younger brother died within a few weeks of each 
other. 



VI— 356. CLEORA D. PAL^vIER. (Wm. P., Moses, Moses, John, 
John), b. Feb. 21, 1840; unm. 

Resides at Sandy Spring, Montgomery Co., Md. 

VI— 357. VIRGINIA PALMER, b. May 12, 1843; d. Sept. 26, 1843. 



VI— 358. FRANCIS PALMER, b. July 11, 1844; d. April 20, 1850 
(See ante). 

VI— 359. BENJAMIN D. PALMER. (Wm. P., Moses. Moses. John, 
John), b. Dec. 14, 1847; m- ^LARY JAMES MACKALL Dec. 16, 1S79, in 
Baltimore, Md., dau. of Richard Levin ]Mackall and Anne Belt, oi George- 
town, D. C. 

He owns and resides at "Woodlawn," the homestead of 205 acres with 
P. O. at Sandy Spring-. Montgomery Co.. Md. He is also director of thef 
Savings Institution of Sandy Spring, ]\Id.. and Assistant Secretary of the 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company, of Montgomery Co., ]\Id. 

Issue : — ! I ; 

1218. Robert McGill, b. Oct. 17. 1880. 

1219. William Pennell. b. Mar. 2, 1882. '"'' •\ " "; ' 

1220. Benjamin Duvall, b. Mar. 8, 1884; d, Aug. 2, 1884. . 

VI— 3r>o. WASHINGTON D. PAL]^IER. b. Feb. 22, 1850; d. Sept. 

27, 1850. ■;.,,; ,V 

Ch. of Pennell Palmer (No. p6) and Rebecca McPherson; the oldest two bom 
in Concord, Pa., the rest in Howard Co., Md. 

VI— 361. ALBERT GALLATIN PALMER, b. 8 mo. 23. 1829; d. 3 
mo. 6, i860; unm. 



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VI— 362. ELIZABETH IMcPllEkSON PALMER (Pennell. Moses, 
Moses, John, Jolin), b. 3 mo. 29, 1831 ; d. 3 mo. 27,, 1908; unm. She died at 
Norristown and buried at Plymoutli Mtg., Pa. 



VI— 363. EDWARD L. PALMER (Pennell. Moses. Moses. John 
John), b. 8 mo. 8, 1833; m. SUSAN CATHERINE BOYD 10 mo. 25, 1859, 
dau. of Hiram Boyd and Matilda Harbaugh, b. 11 mo. 26, 1836, in Adams 
Co., Pa. 

(Hiram, a son of Joseph Boyd, Jr., (son of Joseph Boyd, of Prince 
George Co., Md.) and Mary Scott. Matilda Harbaugh, a dau. of Henry and 
Catherine Harbaugh.) 

Edward L., in company with his brother, John ^L, under the firm-name 
of E. L. Palmer «& Co., were importers and wholesale dealers in foreign fruits, 
raisins, etc., 107 W. Lombard street, Baltimore, Md. They were burnt out 
in the great fire of 1904, but rebuilt at 1 13-15 Cheapside, a very substantial 
structure. In 1904 he retired from the active partnership in the firm, whilst 
continuing his interest in it. He built a modern mansion and resides therei.^ 
at 112 Elmhurst Road, Roland Park, a suburb of Baltimore. He and his 
wife are members of the Society of Friends, and have been actively interested 
in the promotion of the welfare and government of Baltimore during their long 
residence there. Issue : — 

1221. Albert G., b. 8-11-1850. 

1222. Eleanor Boyd, b. 12-1S-1S62. . . ' 

1223. Elsie, b. 12-17-1865. . ' 

1224. Janet McPherson, b, 11-20-1871. . ' ~ " 

1225. Edward L.. Jr.. b. 5-26-1877. i . . 



VI— 364. CHARLES Mcpherson palmer (Pennell. Moses, 
Moses, John, John), b. 11 mo. 29, 1835; m. JANE S. NICKERSON 6 mo. 
12, 1867, dau. of Nelson Nickerson and Eliza Ellis, of Philadelphia, b. 7 mo. 
15. 1838. 

(Nelson, son of Samuel Nickerson and Jane Sproul. Eliza, dau. of 
George Ellis and Elizabeth Engle. ) 

He was in the coal trade in Philadelphia for some years; in 1878 he re- 
moved to Baltimore, and is engaged with his brothers in the fruit, &c., trade 
with residence at 926 Carrollton Ave. In religion they are Baptists. They 
have one son : — 
1226. Albert N.. b. June 24. 1868. 

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VI— 365. JOSEPH HENRY PALMER (Pennell, Moses, Moses, John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 3^ 1838; d. 7 mo. i, 1898; unm. 

He resided at Sandy Spring. Md., a::d was buried there. 



VI— 366. RICHARD P. PAL:MER. b. 4 mo. 19. 1840; d. 11 mo. 5, 
1840. 



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VI— 367. DOUGLASS PALMER, b. 8 mo. 21, 1841 ; d. 9 mo. 7, 1841, 



VI— 368. JOHN McPHERSOX PALMER (Pennell, Moses, Moses, 
John. John), b. 11 mo. 2, 1842; m. ANNA L. FORD 10 mo. 15, 1868, dau. 
of Elias Ford and Anna Greanor, of Baltimore, Md. ; b. 9 mo. 2. 1843. 

He was witli his brother Edward L. for many years. The firm is now re- 
organized as PalDicr, Han'cy d'r Co., at 1 13-15 Cheapside St., Baltimore, 
where they have an extensive business. He has a residence at 329 Hawthorne 
Road. In religion they are Presbyterians. 

Issue : — - 

1227. Maggie G., b. Feb. 27. 1S70; d. same day. 

1228. Walter McPherson, b. April 26, 1872; d. May 6, 1872. 

1229. Mary Ann, b. Jan. 11, 1S75. 

1230. John Howard, b. Mar. 7, 1877. 



VI— 369. ARTHUR W. PALMER (Pennell, Moses. Moses, John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 22. 1845; m- ELIZABETH THACKARA, of Florida, June 
II, 1874. dau. of Owen Thackara. 

He was for some years engaged with his brothers, but latterly has been 
a broker and banker, with his residence at the Cecil House, Baltimore, 'Md. 

Children : — 

1231. Emma Louise, b. May 7, 1875. 

1232. Arthur W., b. Jan. 31, 1877; d. young. 

1233. R€b€cca, b. Aug. — , 1879; d. young. 

1234. Owen Thackara, b. Nov. 2, 1885. 



VI— 370. :\IARY ANN M. PALMER. (Pennell. Moses. Mose?, John. 
John), b. 3 mo. 2, 1847; m. GEORGE W. C. BEALL 11 mo. 12. 1874. 
son of Eden Beall (son of Edward) and Priscilla Beall (dau. of Charles, of 
Charlestown, W. Va.), b. Nov. 28, 1837; d. Nov. 6. 1906. 

He was a farmer; raised near Sandy Spring: in 1881, bought a farm. 
''Sunny Side," P. O. Derwood, ^Montgomery Co.. Md., where they kept a 
dairy and sent milk to Washington, D. C, and where she continues. 

Children : — . . 

1235. Edward Palmer, b. Aug. 21, 1875. 

1236. Frank Forrest, b. Sept. 15, 1877 . 

1237. Albert Palmer, b. Sept. 13, 1879. 

1238. George W. C, Jr., b. Jan. 18, 1882. •.• . , . 

Ch. of Hannah P. Palmer {No. 100) and George Smith, born in Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

VI— 371. HENRY HOWARD SMITH, (Hannah, ^Joses. Moses, 
John, John), b. 2 mo. 12, 1835: m. HANNAH RACFIEL CAMERON 11 
mo. 5, 1868, dau. of William and Rachel Cameron, b. 7 mo. 16, 1846; d. 3 
mo. 31, 1870. • - ■• ' ' 



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M. second, EVA B. KENDALL lo mo. ii, 1882, dau. of O. H. Ken- 
dall and Margaret Parker, 

He was engaged in the same line of trade as his father, at 51 Main 
St., Cincinnati, with later residence at 501 Forest Ave., Avondale, a suburb 
of that city. 

He continued in membership with the Society of Friends. 

Ch. of first wife : — 

1239. Alice E., b. 3-4-1S70; d. 6-8-1870. 

1240. Anna G., b. 3-4-1870. Twin. 

Ch. of second wife: — 

1241. Howard Kendall, b. 8-10-1883. 

1242. Francis Palmer, b. 3-27-1886, 



VI— 372. FRANCES E. S^HTH. (Hannah, Moses, Moses. John, 
John), b. 9 mo. 26, 1836; d. 8 mo. 19, 1885; unm. ; bur. Spring Grove Ceme- 
tery, Cincinnati. 



VI— 373. R. CLINTON S^HTH. (Hannah, Moses, Moses, John, 
Tohn), b. 12 mo. 24, 1838; d. i mo. 27. 1907: buried in Chester Rural Ceme- 
tery, Chester, Pa.; m. MARY E. R. SMITH Nov. 30, 1875, dau, of Alfred 
Lewis Smith and Esther Rhoad-, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

He studied law, but many years ago relinquished practice and removed 
to Glenville, Harford Co., Md. During his later years he was an invalid. 

Issue : — 

1243. Ethel G. M., b. 12-14-1876. 

1244. George V., b. 1-10-1880. 



VI— 374. LAURA G. SMITH, (Hannah, Moses, Moses, John, John), 
b. 5 mo. 6, 1841 ; d. 10 mo. 30, 1907. 

Resided at 441 Forest Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, O. ; unm. 



VI— 375. ALICE ANNIE S^HTH, b. 9 mo. 9, 1846; d. 8 mo. 31, 
i860; buried at Spring Grove Cemetery. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Joseph. 

Ch. of Edith Pahiicr {No. 106) and Bcnjmnin Morris, probably all born near 

Oak Hill, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

VI— 376. JOHN B. MORRIS, (Edith, Joseph, Moses. John, John), b. 
2 mo. 14, 1826; d. 7 mo. 8, 1864: unm. 

He entered the army during the rebellion as lieutenant of Company M. 
Eighth Illinois Cavalr\^; he was killed 20 miles south of Frederick, Md., 



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wliilst out oil a scout to intercept a raid of tlie enemy into Niaryland. He 
was at the time acting as captain, and a commission of promotion to that 
ofiice was awaiting his return. 



VI— 377. CATHARINE S. MORRIS, (Edith. Joseph, Mose.s, John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 28, 1827; d. ir mo. 17, 1892; both buried at Eastland Mtg. ; 
m. BENJAMIN FURNESS 12 mo. 2^, 1S56, son of Ohver Furncss and 
Anna Kent, b. 2 mo. 24, 1827: d. 12 mo. 31. 1907. 

He was a farmer, near Oak Hill, Lancaster Co., Pa.; later lived with his 
daughter in Philadelphia. 

(Oliver, son of Thomas Furness and Mary, b. i mo. 11, 1794; d. 11 
mo. 19, 1858. Anna, dau. of Daniel Kent and Esther Hawley, b. 1799; d. 
I mo. 2, 1872.) _ 

Issue : — 

;1245. John M., b. 12-29-1857. 

1246. A sou, b. 11-22-1S59; d. 11-22-1859. 

1247. Mar>-. b. 4, 22, 1861. 

VI— 378. JOSEPH P. ^lORRIS. (Edith, Joseph, Moses, John, John), 
b. I mo. 2. 1829; unm. 

He was in the Ninety-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry during the rebel- 
lion; served three years in the ranks from Aug. 22, 1861, to Aug. 22, 1S64. 
He went west; last residence Rosita, Custer Co., Col., where he has mining 
interests. 



VI— 379. HANNAH C. MORRIS, (Edith, Joseph, Moses, John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 27, 1830; d. 2 mo. 12, 1902; unm. 

Resided near Oak Hill; bur. at Eastand, in I>ancaster Co., Pa. 



VI— 380. ABRAHAM W. ^lORRIS, (Edith. Joseph, :\Ioses, John, 

John), b. 7 mo. 27, 1832; m. CLARRITTA PICKERING i mo. 7, 1869, 
dau. of Jonathan Pickering and Elma Hambleton, b. 12 mo. 14, 1850. 

He is a farmer; settled first near Oak Hill, Lancaster Co., Pa.; afterwards 
removed to Zion, Cecil Co., Md. Children : — 

1248. John V., b. 12-13-1869; d. 7-9-1884. 

1249. Edith P., b. 3-30-1871. 

1250. Charles H., b. 12-14-1872. 



VI— 381. BENJAMIN .MORRIS, (Edith, Joseph, Moses. John, John), 
b. 2 mo. 23. 1835; d. 7 mo. 2?. 1887: m. C.\THARINE HARKNESS 12 
mo. 25, 1883, '^l'^'-^- ^^ Adam Harkness and Mary A. Young. 

He was a farmer at the homestead !:ear Oak Hill, Pa., where he died; 
bur. at Eastland Cemetery. She went to Atchison, Kan. No children. 



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VI— 382. WILLIAM L. MORRIS. (Edith. Joseph. Moses, John, 
John), b. April 13, 1S38; m. GKORGIE S. DILL ALirch 16, 1875, of Fred- 
erick City, Md. 

He enhsted in the 97th Reg. Pa. Infantry, during the Civil War, and 
served three years from Aug. 22, 1S61, to Aug. 22, 1864, was a Corporal and 
Sergeant, was wounded in the head July 15, 1864. After the war he was 
in the nursery trade 1867-18S6, at Frederick, Md. In Dec. 1886. removed to 
Springlleld O., and then, in 1888, to Nashville, Tenn.. and engaged in the 
insurance business, address, 201 Delaware Ave., West Nashville, Tenn. 

Children : — 

1251. Edith M., b. Juue 10. 1S7C. 

1252. William F., b. Oct. 21, 1877. 

1253. Gertrude D., b. Sept. 27, 1S79. 

Ch. of Wilson Palmer (No. 108) and Ann J. Jaquctte, all born in Concord, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VI— 383. HANNAH ANN PALMER, b. July 9, 1827; d. Aug. 6, 
1827. 

VI— 384. WILSON PALMER, b. July 20, 1828; d. Aug. 20, 1828. 
VI— 385. WILSON PALMER (2d.), July 29, 1830; d. Jan. 17, 1854; 



unm. 



VI— 386. PETER J. PALMER, b. Aug. 4, 1831; d. Sept. 19, 1832. 

VI— 387. REES PALMIER, (Wilson, Joseph, Moses, John. John), b. 
Mar. 4, 1834; d. Feb. 10, 1901 : m. MARY S. NIELDS Feb. 14, 1861, dau. 
of Daniel Nields and Eliza Smedley, b. }*Iay 7, 1837. 

Daniel, son of Thomas Nields and Hannah Graham. 

Rees came to W^est Chester in 1S49. ^"^^ learned his trade of a plumber 
with John Lent, after which he engaged in business at Newport. Perry Co., 
Pa. But He returned to West Chester, in 1857, and in conjunction with his 
brother bought out John Lent. Then under the firm name of R. & E. Palmer 
conducted a stove, tinware, heating, plumbing and furnishing business 
which grew from a moderate start to an extensive establishment, occupying 
two large stores on Market St., opposite the court house. After thirty-one 
years of a successful career, in 1888 they dissolved their partnership, each tak- 
ing one of the stores, doing this to avoid complications in the settlement of 
their respective estates. Rees had only the advantage of such education as 
afforded by the common country schools of his youth, but developed remark- 
able business qualities and in addition to this became a prominent citizen in 
matters of importance in local affairs of his town. He also built several houses 
and had his last residence at 32 S. High St. He and his family were mem- 
bers of the Methodist Church. Issue : — 



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1254. George Jaquette, b. June 2'^. 1S62. 

1255. Annie Morris, b. Dec. ItJ. li>i'A; d. July 31. 1866. 

1256. Mary Nields, b. Dec. 12, 1S67. 

1257. Charles Rees, b. July 10, 1S70. 

1258. Eliza D., b. Mar. 28, 1ST2. 

1259. Henrv Ralph, b. April 28, 1875; d. Mar. — , 1902. 



VI— 388. ELI PALMER, (Wilson, Joseph, Moses. John. John), b. 
Sept. 10, 1835; d. May 5. 1902; m. MARIAXNA SMEDLEY Nov. 30. 
1865, dau. of R. Baker Smedley and Susan Woodward, b. April 9. 1842. 

R. Baker, son of John Smedley and Mary Baker. Susan, dau. of Samuel 
Woodward and Ann Swayne. 

Eli learned the same trade as his brother. Rees, and with the same man, 
John Lent; he went into the grocery business for a short time, but in 1857 
went into partnership with his brother in their chosen occupation, which con- 
tinued for thirty-one years. He continued in busin.ess by himself for twelve 
years longer, when he sold out to his nephew in 1900. 

The following account is taken from the "Ix)cal News" at the time of his 
death : — 

" With the death of Eli Palmer, which we regret to announce, West Chester has 
lost one of hei- most respected and valued citizens. Mr. Palmer was in business here for 
nearly half a century, and was known the country over for his staunch integrity and his 
kindly, pleasant disposition. 

"The deceased was educated in the public schools of his native place, and having 
at an early age to shift for himself, he formed a good acquaintance of men and of business 
methods which served him well in after life. 

"During his long business career he was identified with nearly every enterprise for 
the betterment of West Chester. When he first came here to learn his trade, the town 
was little more than a village. He lived to see it have a population of 10,000. The 
methods of plumbing were crude, and the accorr.modations deemed necessary in a house 
fifty years ago were few compared with what they are to-day. He did not grow rich, not- 
withstanding he transacted a large business for many years. Competition was sharp 
and he sought to do his work honestly and well, which may account for his not accumu- 
lating a large fortune. 

"He strove to do something to aid every good enterprise, even though it should 
not result in large monetary returns. 

"Mr. Palmer was in his 67th year at the time of his decease, the last fifty years of 
which he spent in West Chester. He v/as a member of the M. E. Church, and was 
actively identified with all its interests. He was for many years the Superintendent of 
the Sunday School and was a member of the Official Board. He was a sincere Christian 
man and sought to live a life that was blameless. Those who knew him best respected 
him most. He seldom lost a friend when once an intimacy began, and he was constantly 
widening the circle of his acquaintance. He ever sought to influence the young for 
their good, and many a man can testify that Eli Palmer advised him wisely and well. 
He was careful in the instruction of his children and was spared to see them grow up to 
follow in the pathway of righteousness and good citizenship. 

"He was a member of the Good Will Fire Com-pany. He did not seek office, and 
did but little to force himself into public notice, but was very willing to help others. He 
was charitable and kind to every one. Altogether, his v.as a life well spent and he has 
passed to his reward with the benedictions of his fellow men freely bestowed upon his 
memory." 

They luul issue : — 

1260. Linda Belle, b. Nov. 30, 1866. 

1261. Alice Smedley, b. May 17, 1870. 

1262. Louis Jaquette, b. May 2 1, 1874. 

1263. Florence Elgarda, b. Sept. 5, 1879. 



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VI— 389. GKORGE \\\ PALMER. (Wilson. Joseph, Moses, John, 
John), b. Oct. 13. 1837; m. ESTHER A. TLX'KER Ecb. 8, 1866, dau. of 
Jonathan Tucker and Sarah Zell. b. Xov. 23, 1842. 

After a youth sj^ent with Samuel E. Peters, of Aston, he learned the trade 
of tinsmith. In early marihood he established himself in business in West 
Philadelphia, where, by strict attention to his calling-, after many hardships, 
he secured a competence. After a time the business was more largely that 
of roofing, range and heater construction. His place of business for many 
years being 3512 Market St., his oldest son now being in business with him. 
His residence is at No. 16 North 3Sth street. Issue: — 

1264. William H., b. Mar. 7, 1S67. 

1265. Sarah T., b. Oct. 5, 1S69. ■- . . . 

1266. Harrv K.. b. May 5, 1S71. 

1267. Anna M.. b. Oct. 19. 1872. 

1268. Edith M., b. April 26, 1874; d. Feb. 24, 1875. 

1269. Helen H., b. April 20, 1S82; d. June 11, 1S91. 

Line OF John, JoHN^ INIosES, Aaron. 

Ch. of Tliofiias S. Palmer {No. lis) and Anna Mitchell, all born in Southern 

Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 390. SARx-\I-I ANN PALMIER. (Thomas, Aaron, Moses, John. 
John), b. Sept. 11, 1826: d. June 30. 1902: m. JOHN FULTON WILKIN- 
SON Dec. I, 1846, son of Isaac Wilkinson and Rachel White, b. July 21, 
1821 ; d. Nov. 12, 1891 ; both buried at Rosebank Cemetery. 

He \vas a carpenter and also followed farming. They resided near the 
Brick fleeting, Cecil Co., Md. Issue : — 

1270. Canby Steel, b. Mar. 2, 1847. 

1271. Margaret Ann, b. Sept. 4, 1848; d. Dec. 13, 1S76. 

1272. Anna Maria, b. Sept. 13, 1850; d. Jan. 22, 1875. 

1273. James Edward, b. June 22, ISGl. 

1274. Sarah Eva, b. Feb. 14, 1867. 



VI— 391. MARY PALMER. (Thomas, Aaron, Moses, John, John). 
b. Dec. ro, 1827; d. Oct. 2. 1872; m. AMOS DAVIS Mar. 25, 1850, son of 
Charles Davis and Alice Doud, b. July 12, 1826; d. Oct. 17, 1897: both buried 
at Head of Christiana Church. He was a farmer. They resided near Kemble- 
ville, Chester Co., Pa. ■ ' . ■ 

Issue: — . . 

1275. Charles, b. July 26, 1850. 

1276. Alice Anna. b. Nov. 24, 1851; d. Feb. 18, 1867. - ,,- ... , 

1277. Marj' Elizabeth, b. Jan. 31, 1853; d. Mar. 28, 1866. ' 

1278. Amanda, b. May 11, 1855; d. Sept. 25, 1856. 

1279. Sarah Emma, b. Nov. 6, 1857. 

1280. Palmer Chamberlain, b. Jan. 12, 1861. 

1281. Addie, b. Feb. 17, 1864; d. June 1, 1866. 

1282. John Thomas, b. Mar. 18. ISGC; d. May 12 1866. 

1283. Ella, b. July 5, 1867. 

1284. Harry Elmer, b. Dec. 4, 1871. 

VI— 392. ELIZABETH PALMER. (Thomas, Aaron, Moses, John, 



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John), b. Oct. 4, 1831; (I. l-d). 6, 1884: 111. WILLIAM MAGRAW Feb. 5. 
1867, scni of William and Elizabeth Magraw, b. Mar. 17, 1827; d. Dec. 17, 
1901 ; both buried at Ro'^ebank Cemetery. They resided in West Nottingham, 
Chester Co., Pa. 
Issue : — 

1285. George Thomas, b. Aug. 26, 1868. 

VI— 393. HARRIET PALMER (Thomas. Aaron. Moses. John. 
John), b. Sept. 30, 1835: m. JOHN McGlRK Dec. 3, 1868, son of Thomas 
McGirk and Barbara Pitts, b. Aug. 11, 1842. 

They resided for many years near Brick ]\Ieeting, ]\Id. ; removed to near 
Modena, Chester Co., Pa. Issue : — 

1286. Caroline Palmer, b. Sept. 4, 1860. 

1287. Elizabeth E., b. Mar. 18, 1870. 

12SS. Eleanora, b. Mav 4. 1S73; d. May 25, 18S2. 

1289. Harvey N., b. July 11, 1875. 

1290. Elhvood Clarence, b. Jan. 21, 1879. 

VI— 394. THO:vIAS H. PAOIER (Thomas, Aaron, ^^loses. John, 
John), b. Dec. 24, 1839; m. ?vIARTHA PASS Jan. 31, 1866, dau. of Isaac 
Pass and Anna -Slaria Pluck* b. Jan. 31, 1846. 

He was a farmer: resided near Brick Meeting, ^Id., until 1881, when 
they removed to Landenburg, Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

1291. William Thomas, b. May 24, 1867. 

1292. Anna Man.-, b. July 10, 1868; d. Oct. 12. 18S8. 

1293. Emma Clarissa, b. Dec. 1, 1869; d. Aug. 24, 1870. 

1294. Canby Hopkins, b. April 4, 1871. 

1295. Norris Isaac, b. Sept. 22, 1872. 

1296. Eri Newton, b. Sept. 22, 1875. 

1297. Edward Frank, b. June 8. 1S77. 

1298. Cora Viola, b. Dec. 29, 1879. ' . . .^ - ' ' 

1299. Charles Ralph, b. July 21, 1SS2. l .•;l ■ :■ . 

1300. Harry Oscar, b. June 17, 1883. 

1301. Jennie Gertrude, b. Feb. 4, 1888. . ; . . 

VI— 395. EMMA G. PALMER (Thomas. Aaron. Closes. John, John). 
b. Sept. 22, 1843; ^- REESE P. SCOTT June 5. 1873. son of Robert Corryt 
and Violet Rebecca Scott, b. April 11, 1850; d. Aug. 23, 1903; buried at Head 
of Christiana Church. 



Note.— CHOSE HYMNS FIFTY YEARS AGO. 

Century-Old Wom.an's Request Remembered at the Funeral. 
Special to "The Record." 

Wilmington, Del., Oct. 27, 1908. — Two hymns, selected by her for the purpose more 
than 50 years ago, were sung last night at the funeral of Mrs. Anna M. Pass, who died 
last Thursday (Oct 22), just one week after she had celebrated her one hundredth birth- 
day. More than 1000 persons attended the funeral and the floral tributes were so numer- 
ous that they filled two rooms of the house. The pall bearers were six of Mrs. Pass' 
grandsons. The body was taken to Le-wlsville, Pa., for interment. Until a short time 
before her death Mrs. Pass hid been remarkably healthy and retained the use of all her 
faculties, despite her great age. 

t Note.— Robert Corry Scott was b. May 23, 1827; d. Nov. 14, 1877. Violet Rebecca 
Scott, b. Jan. 17, 1829; d. June 23, 1873. 



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He was a farmer atul later a carpenter. Removed to Coatesville, Pa., 
where he (Hed. She remained here until 1904, then removed to Modena, Pa. 

Issue : — 

1302. Lewis P., b. July 31, 1S74. . 

1303. Mary Florence, b. Feb. 24. 1877. 

1304. Thomas Howard, "" ■ 
Twins, b. Nov. 10, 1S80. 

1305. James Harvey, 

Ch. of Jane Ann Palmer (A'o. 114) and Robert Plunily, born at Elkdale, 

Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 396. HARRIET E. PLUMLY, b. 4 mo. 18, 1819; d. 2 mo. 8, 
1847; unmarried. 



VI— 397. PALMER C. PLUMLY, b. i mo. 15, 1821 ; d. 7 mo. 24, 1835. 



VI— 398. CHARLES PLUMLY (Jane, Ann, Aaron, Moses, John, 
John), b. I mo. 4, 1823; d. 5 mo. 28, 1904; m. MARY ANN KENT 3 mo. 
12, 185 1, dau. of William Kent ^^^ and A.nn Woodward, b. 6 mo. 20, 1823; d. 
bur. 10 mo. 10, 1895; both buried at Pennsgrove Friends' jSItg. Resided 
near Londongrove for a considerable time. He d. at his son's, in Downing- 
town, Pa. Issue : — . - 

1306. William K., b. 5-25-1852. • . 

1307. Elizabeth Harriet, b. 10-27-1853. ■ ' 

1308. Thomas Elwood, b. 8-17-1856. 

1309. George H., b. 9-21-1859.. 



VI— 399. WILLIA^I WILTON PLUMLY (Jane, Ann, Aaron, Moses, 
John, John), b. 3 mo. 4, 1825; d. 7 mo. 3. 1863; unm. ; bur. at West Grove 
Mtg. 



VI— 400. JAMES S. PLUMLY (Jane, Ann, Aaron, Moses, John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 11, 1827; unm. 

Resides at Elkdale, Pa. He lost his eyesight about the year of 1884. 
His sister and brother live with him^ with P. O. at Lincoln University, Pa. 



VI— 401. ADRIANA PLUMLY (Jane, Ann, Aaron, Moses, John), 
John), b. 10 mo. 19, 1829; unm. 

For residence see last No. She is the housekeeper. 



Note. — William, son of Daniel Kent and Esther Hawley. Ann, dau. of Thomas Wood- 
ward and y.a.vy Pusey. Daniel Kent, a son of William and Ann Kent, emigrants from 
Limerick, Ireland. 



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VI— 402. LEAHDELIA PLUMLY, b. 7 mo. 8, 1832; d. 10 mo. 18 
1843- 

VI— 403. CANBY PLU.MLY, b. 4 mo. 7, 1835; d. 9 mo. 27, 1843. 

VI— 404. ROBERT BARCLAY PLU.MLY (Jane, Ann, Aaron, Mos- 
es, John, John), b. 2 mo. 27, 1S38; unm. 

Civil engineer. He was for a time in Kansas; afterwards he was en- 
gaged on railroads near Philadelphia, Pa., for several years, l)ut of late has 
been with his brother and sister as noted above. 

VI— 405. ALFRED PLUAILY, b. 8 mo. 3, 1842; d. 9 mo. i, 1842. 

VI— 406. CLARA A. PLUMLY. b. i mo. 31, 1844; d. 4 mo. 27, 1846. 
All the foregoing family deceased were buried at West Grove, Pa. 

Ch. of William W. Painicr (No. iij) and Elizabeth Jones. 

VI— 407. SARAH ANN PALMIER (William, Aaron, :^Ioses, John, 
John), b. Mar. 28. 1836; d. Jan. — , 1890; bur. Feb. i; m. WILLIAM B. 
RANKIN. No issue. 

He d. Mar. 6, 1904; both buried at Head of Christiana Presbyterian 
church, Delaware. 

VI— 40S. JOHN PALMER, b. Dec. i, 1840; d. Oct. 16. 1846. 
Ch. of Abraham S. Palmer {No. 116) and Sarah Gilbert. 

VI— 409. SARAH JANE PALMER, b. 3 mo. 9, 1833; d. 8 mo. 30 
1853; m. ROBERT STREET, JR., 9 mo. 10, 1849. 

He was an artist. He is also deceased, but no record received. No chil- 
dren. , , 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth, Rebecca. 

Ch. of Lydia Jones {No. 118) and Richard Eavenson, born in Thornbury, Pa. 

VI— 420. JONES EAVENSON (Lydia, Rebecca, Elizabeth. John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 10, 1804; d. 3 mo. 14, 1883; in Philadelphia; buried at Fern- 
wood Cemetery; m. EMILY VxA.LENTINE 3 mo. 9, 1826, dau. of John 
Valentine and Mary Taylor, b. 3 mo. 17, 1802; d. 12 mo. 18, 1S68. She was 
buried at East Sadsbur}-, Chester Co., Pa., but later her body was removed 
to Fernwood Cemetery. 

M. second wife, SUSAN O. FARRELL, 12 mo. 21, 1870, dau. of Wil- 



122 PALMER FAMILY. 



liam Emmons and ^Lary S. Cushion, b. i mo. 13, 1823; d. 11 mo. 25, 187O. 
She was first the widow of James Stafford, and secondly of Wilham J. Far- 
rell. 

M. third wife, PHEBE A. MASSEY 11 ma 12, 1879, dau. of Thomas 
J, Massey and EHzabeth Llewellyn, b. 8 mc. 25, 1S39. (No. 1354). q. v. 

He was born and his first eight years were spent on the original Eaven- 
son tract, in Thombury, Chester Co., Pa. He was principally engaged in 
early life in farming, then in hotel keeping. In 1837, in company with his 
brother-in-law, Joseph D. \'alentine. took a trip to Ohio looking for an ad- 
vantageous opening, but returned and took the Farmers' Hotel, ^Market St., 
above Decatur St., Philadelphia where he remained two years. He then re- 
turned to Chester county and engaged in hotel and store keeping and farm- 
ing, finally buying a farm in West Cain Twp. He sold this and engaged in 
dealing as a drover in cattle, .^}ieep and horses. In 1S57 he came again to 
Philadelphia and in connection with his oldest son, Alben T. Eavenson, start- 
ed in the manufacture of soap. They called their establishment on North 
Twentieth St. the "Quaker City Soap Works," which with the firm name of 
J. Eavenson and Sons, has become, with enlargements from time to time, 
widely known, its dealings extending to all parts of this nation and to many 
other lands. It has, of late, become an incorix)rated company, and in conse- 
quence of the works being in the line of the new Fairmount Boulevard they 
have been removed to Camden, X. J. 

Issue by first wife only: — . 

1310. Alben T., b. 12-1G-182G; d. 6-26-1910. 

1311. Lydia A., b. 7-23-1S28; d. 3-17-1883. 

1312. Francis, b. 12-8-1829; d. 3-6-1837. 

1313. Benjamin, b. 11-3-1S31. 

1314. Reese, b. S-15-1S33; d. 7-13-1910. 

1315. John v., b. 11-22-1835; d. 4-9-1840. 

1316. Richard, b. 7-17-1838; d. 1-31-1842. 

1317. George, b. 9-9-1840; d. 9-9-1S40. 

1318. Mary C, b. 1-28-1842. ' • '. 

1319. Marvin M., b. 2-24-1845. , , . ,^ .., ,.. ., j ^ , 

VI— 421. ^lARY EAVENSON, b. 8 mo. 25. 1806; d. 2 mo. 9, 1818. 

VI— 422. BENIA^IIN EAVENSON (Lvdia. Rebecca, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. 8 mo. 8. 1808; d. 6 mo. 24, 1883, Bart. Pa. ; m. :\IARY VAL- 
ENTINE 3 mo. 20, 1834. a sister to Emily, his brother, Jones', wife, b. 12 
mo. 24, 1807; d. 2 mo. 14, 1897. ^^ lived for many years with Jesse Davis 
near White Horse, in Willistown, Chester Co., but finally went to his nephew, 
Benjamin Eavenson's, and there closed hi? life. Child: — . : 

1320. Rebecca, b. 6-30-1835; d. 7-8-1835. 

VI— 423. GEORGE R. EAVENSON (Lydia, Rebecca, Elizabeth. 
John, John), b. 8 mo. 14. 181 2: d. 7. mo. 7, 188:^: buried at L^nionville Ceme- 
tery; m. RACHEL H.. PRESTON May 11/1842, at Nottingham Mills. 
Chester Co., Pa., dan. of Joseph Preston and Jane Orr. She d. Oct. 4. 1867, 
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Iron Works near Mortonville, Chester Co.. Pa. He lost his lif-e by accidental 
drowning in Buck run, at the above works, by a misstep and broken plank 
throwing him about twelve feet, his head striking the rocky b^:)ttom of the 
stream. Their children were: — 

1321. Theodore, b. Dec. 13, 1S42. 

1322. Lydia Jane, b. Nov. 16, 1844. 

1323. Joseph R., b. May S, 1650; d. July 25, 1S51. 

1324. George M., b. Nov. 19, 1S53; d. July 11, 1859. 

1325. Ida M., b. Feb. 13, ISGO. 

VI— 424. HUMPHREY EAVEXSON, b. 10 mo. 6, 1814: d. 2 mo. 
28, 1816. 

Ch .of Elizabeth Jones {No. up) and Joseph Fox, born in Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 425. E.M.MOR FOX (Elizabeth Rebecca, Elizabeth. John, John), 
b. May 31, 1807; d. Sept. 28, 1868; m. SARAH BAKER Sept. 25. 1828, in 
Chester Co., Pa., dau. of Joshua Baker (b. 7-2-1772), and Catharine Rutzer 
(b. 2-4-1781), b. Jan. 19, 1806; d. Oct. 11, 1878. 

They removed to ^luskingum Co., O., and thence to Galia Co., O., where 
they both died; buried in Fairview Cemetery, that Co. 

Issue : — 
132G. Joseph G., b. Mar. 27, 1830. 

1327. Evaline, b. May 11, 1833; d. Sept. 1, 1SS2. 

1328. Joshua B., b. Nov. 9, 1S34; d. Jan. 23, 1893. 

1329. Philena, b. Nov. 12, 1837. 

1330. Rachel A., b. Dec. 9. 1839. 

133L Rebecca J., b. June 29, 1843; d. Oct. 21, 1905. 

1332. Sarah E., b. Sept. 19, 1845. 

1333. Emmor, b. Jan. 10, 1851. 

VI— 426. REES FOX (Elizabeth, Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, John), b. 
Nov. 30, 1808; d. Dec. 14. 1886, m. PHEBE WILSON Feb. 21, 1833. in 
Chester Co., Pa., dau. of John Wilson, of Chester Co., Pa., b. X'ov. 24, 1810; 
d. Jan. 20, 1889. 

They removed soon after their mar^-iage to Blue Rock Twp.. ]^Iusk-in- 
gum Co., O., where they continued to reside. Both buried at Duncan Falls. 

Issue : — 

1334. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 14, 1834. 

1335. Maria, b. Sept. 23, 1S35; d. March 9, 1909. 

1336. Sabilla, b. Sept. 6, 1837. '. ^ • . . . - 

1337. John W., b. Aug. 4, 1839; d. Mar. 13, 1907. -. ^ , •• ■ j v ' ; . 

VI— 427. ZIBA FOX (Elizabeth, Rebecca. Elizabeth, Tohn, John), b. 
Mar. 24, 1811; d. Jan. 6, 1853; m. DEBORAFI BIRD Mar' 10, 1S36. dau.- 
of John Bird of Blue Rock, Aluskingum Co., O., b. July 19, 1818; d. Feb. 
20, 1894; buried Mt. Zion Church. 

They removed to Galia Co., where he was a blacksmith and farmer. He 
was buried near Walnut Churcii. 

Issue : — 

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1339. George, b. April 9, 1840: d. Dec. 1, 1902. 

1340. Phebe E., b. July 24, 1S42. 

1341. Mary Jane, b. Dec. 4, li-44; d. May 21, 1S79. 

1342. Rees, b. Sept. 12, 1S47. 

1343. Lewis, b. Feb. 25. 1849; d. Dec. 29, 1901. 

1344. William, b. Oct. 14, 1S51. 

VI— 428. REBECCA J. FOX (Elizabeth. Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 1813; d. May i, 1848:01. SAMUEL FARRELL Nov. 5, 1834. 

They were both born in Pennsylvania and were married after their re- 
moval to ^Inskingiim Co., O.. where he bought a farm about the year 1832, 
upon which they lived all their lives. He d. July — , 1S67; both were buried 
at Duncan Falls. Isstie: — 

1345. Eliza Jane, b. Sept. 22, 1S35. 

1346. Phebe A., b. Mar. 27, 1S37. '" - 

1347. William, b. Mar. 15, 1S39. 

1348. Joseph E., b. Feb. 15, 1S41; d. Nov. 2, 1872. 

1349. Anna R., b. Aug. 31, 1S43: d. June 30, 1S90. 

1350. Sarah E., b. Dec. 15, 1844. 

1351. Robert H., b. June 5, 1S46. . - . 

Ch. of Phebe Jones (No. 121) and Thomas Massey. 
Born in Willistown, Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 429. REBECCA ,AL-\SSEY (Phebe, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 4 mo. 9, 1S03; d. 9 mo. 10, 1843; "i- CALEB J. IMx^RIS 10 mo. 
31, 1839, son of George Claris and Elizabet^ Tones, of Pikeland, Chester 
Co., Pa., b. 6 mo. 25, 1806; d. 3 mo. 16, 1SS8; both buried at Willistown Mtg. 

He was a farmer, owning a farm in Willistown, Chester Co., Pa. ; both 
were exemplary members of Friends' ]Meeting. 

Issue : — 

1352. Phebe Ann, b. e-l-ls^i; d. 9-10-1842. •. , ,\ 

VI— 430. EAVEXSOX MASSEY (Phebe, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. I mo. 22, 1805; d. 4 mo. 2, 1842; unm. 

VI— 431. SIDXEY MASSEY (Phebe, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. II mo. 2, 1806; d. 3 mo. 12, 1886; unm. 

Both of the last two resided at the home of their parents, but Sidney fi- 
nally went to live with Jones Eavenson, 2004 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, 
where she died. 

VI— 432. THOMAS J. MASSEY (Phebe. Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 7 mo. 14. 1814; d. 8 mo. 16, 1877; m. ELIZABETH LLEW- 
ELLYX 6 mo. i. 1835. dau. of David Llewellyn and Priscilla Rossiter. b. 
I mo. II, 1818; d. 9 mo. 23, 1882; both buried at Willistown Mtg. 

He was a farmer. They resided on the homestead of his parents in Wil- 
listown, Chester Co., Pa., and were Friends Issue: — 

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1354. Phebe Ann, b. S-25-1839. 

1355. Henry P., b. 9-19-1S41; d. 3-29-1902. 

1356. Anna Marv, b. 9-9-1S45; d. 2-11-1S95. 

1357. Thomas L.. b. 10-19-1848; d. 12-24-1881. 
135S. John, b. 3-6-1851. 

Ch. of Hannah Jones {No. 122) and Isaac Hoopcs, born in Westtown, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa. 

VI— 433. GRIFFITH HOOPES, b. 8 mo. 21, 1807; d. 5 mo. 3, 1815. 



VI— 434. JOSEPH J. HOOPES (Hannah, Rebecca, EHzabeth, John, 
John), b. 10 mo. 14, 180S: d. 12 mo. 28, 1893; m. AMANDA McGINXIS 

2 mo. I, 1838, of Cincinnati, O.. dan. of James ^IcGinnis and Lucy Can', b. 

3 mo. ly, 1812; d. 4 mo. 28, 1889. 

He left his home when 13 years of age and finally located in Kentucky 
where he remained some years. He then drifted to Iowa and settled at Mus- 
catine, where he continued the rest of his life. He was a carpenter and 
builder and assisted very largely in building up this town, accumulating quite 
a fortune. He lived a retired life for several years. Issue: — 

1359. Ellen Eliza, b. Nov. 16, 1838. 

1360. Joseph. Linn, b. Sept. 15, 1841. 

1361. Fannie Louisa, b. Sept. 9, 1S46; d. Nov. 14, 1881. ' .' . 

1362. Rebecca B., b. Mar. 25, 1851. 



VI— 435. REBECCA E. HOOPES (Hannah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. 12 mo. 3, 1809: d. 4 mo. 24, 1SS8; m. HENRY ORR 3 
mo. 8, 1832, son of Robert Orr and Elizabeth Haldeman, b. 8 mo. 21, 1809; 
d. 7 mo. 21, 1866. 

M. second husband, GEORGE W. THORN, 6 mo. 16, 1870, son of 
William Thorn and Ann Harding, b. 3 mo. 31, 181 7; dec'd. 

He emigrated with his parents, when a boy, from ^vlaidstone, England. 
They settled finally at Toronto. Iowa, where she died. Her last husband was 
a merchant in this place. She left no issue. 



VI— 436. PHEBE HOOPES (Hannah, Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 25, 1811; d. i mo. 29, 1892; m. WILLIAM B. MICHE- 
NER 8 mo. 20, 1832, son of \Villiam S. Michener and Ann Bean, b. 3 mo. 
10, 1806; d. I mo. 16, 1892; their deaths occurred only thirteen days aparc. 
He was born in New Garden Twp.. Chester Co., and they at first settled here. 
In 1835 they removed to Beloit, .Mahoning Co., O.. and settled on a farm on 
which they died ; both buried in West Cemetery. He voted for Andrew Jack- 
son in 1828; for William Henry Harrison in 1840, for James G. Birney in 
1844, after which he became a Republican. 

Issue: — 

1363. Ezra H., b. 4-18-1833. 

1364. Joseph H., b. 4-3-1837; d. 9-2-1S41. 

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1366. Rachel A., b. 1-9-1S43. 

1367. William H., b. 1-11-1845. 
136S. Parker P., b. 1-21-1S50. 



VI— 437. AMY HOOPES (Hannah. Rebecca. Elizabeth. John, John), 
b. 7 mo. 3, 1813; d. 2 mo. 3, 1885; m. JOHN DAVIDSON 5 mo. 8, 1834, 
son of Francis and ]\Iaiy, b. 5 mo. 2^, 1802; d. 4 mo. 25, 1837. 

M. second husband, ABNER ELDRIDGE. 4 mo. 3, 1S44, ^t Birming- 
ham Mtg., son of Joseph Eldridge and Lydia Griffith, of East Goshen, b. 6 
mo. 26, 1S06; d. 5 mo. 31. 1886. He was a teaclier before his marriage; 
afterwards a farmer in East Bradford 1847-1S53, whence they reinoved to 
near ^luscatine. Iowa, where Amy died, and was buried. He then returned 
to West Chester, Pa., and died at the residence of his nephew, Joseph P. Eld- 
ridge, buried at Goshen Mtg. 

Child by first husband : — 

1369. William Henry, b. 3-8-1845; d. 9-19-1872. 

Issue b}' second iuisband : — 

1370. Joseph, b. 7-28-1845; d. 8-4-1865. 

1371. Benjamin, b. 4-27-1848; d. 3-2-1874. : " , ^ . 



VI— 438. LIXDLEY HOOPES (Plannah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 9 mo. 5, 1815; m. MARY ADDLEMAN 11 mo. 19, 1838. in Cen- 
tre Co., Pa., by Rev. Peter Gray, dau. of John Addleman and Sarah Gano, b. 
5 mo. 6, 1819, in Warrior's ]Mark Twp., Huntingdon Co. After various resi- 
dences, they finally settled in Lake Twp., ^Muscatine Co.. la. 

Issue : — 

1372. William Henry, b. 11-19-1840. 

1373. Sarah Amanda, b. 1-1T-1S43. 

1374. Rebecca Orr, b. 10-24-1846; d. 2-25-1870. 

1375. John Andrew, b. 4-12-1849. • " 

1376. Joseph Erskine, b. 4-4-1853. 

1377. Lindley Shipley, b. 3-18-1856; d. 8-26-1857. 

1378. Mar>' Chambers, b. 5-4-185S. _ . . ■ 

1379. Emerson Gibbons, b. 7-1-1863. 



VI— 439. ELIZA HOOPES (Hannah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 10 mo. 10, 181 7; d. 3 mo. 29, 1900; m. WILLIAM GLASS 12 
mo. 29, 1842, son of Andrew Glass and Catherine Hill, b. July 2^, 1817, d. 
Jan. I, 1888. He was born in Berks Co.; his parents removed to Belleville, 
Mifflin Co., Pa., where the above at first settled. He followed carpentering; 
about 1852 or 3 they removed to Ennisville, Huntingdon Co., where he died, 
after which Eliza, with her eldest daughter, accompanied her youngest son to 
South Fork, Pa., v.here she died. Issue: — 

1380. Ermina Lilly, b. 10-12-1843. 

1381. Catherine Augrusta, b. 3-5-1845. ; ;, 

1382. Clarissa Ann, b. 11-14-1847. 

1383. Elmira Jane, b. l-6-lSi;0. ■ . 

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VI— 440. REES H. HOOPES (Hannah. Rebecca, Elizabeth. John. 
John), b. 4 mo. 3, 1819; cl. 9 mo 26, 1906; m. SUSAX J. BUMGARDXER 
I mo. I, 1852, dan. of George Bumgardner and Sarali O. Rider, b. July 11, 
1830; d. in Kansas. 

The Bumgardners were residents of Muscatine, Iowa, where Rees finally 
settled. Issue: — ■• 

13S5. Clara J., b. 9-25-1S52; d. 9-4-1S57. 

1386. George B., b. 3-1G-1S54. 

1387. Eldridge A., b. 1-12-1S56. 

13SS. Henry O., b. 12-22-1S57; d. 12-19-1SC2. 
Twins. 

1389. Hanuah J., b. 12-22-1S57. 

1390. Gordon J., b. 12-13-1859. 

1391. Walker R.. b. 4-22-1SG2. 

VI— 441. LYDIAXXA HOOPES, b. 6 mo. 27, 1821; d. 2 mo. 15, 
1822. 



VI— 442. EZRA M. HOOPES (Hannah, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 12 mo 24. 1822; d. 12 mo. 24, 1886; m. BAXDIXAH LYOXS 7 
mo I, 1852, dau. of Xicholas Lyons and Sarah Yohn, of Ickesburg, Perry 
Co., Pa., b. there 9 mo. 9, 1832. She is a sister of the late Judge Jeremiah 
Lyons, of the Courts of Juniata and Perry counties. Ezra was a blacksmith, 
and they resided at ]\Iiiroy, ]\Iitilin Co., Pa. Issue: — 

1392. Henry Orr, b. 6-21-1S33; d. 9-24-1S71. 

1393. Sarah Yohn, b. 4-12-1S59; d. 9-22-1S61. 

1394. Ira Thompson, b. 1-9-1857. 

1395. Jennie Jones, b. 4-12-1859. ' 
139G. Jeremiah Lvous, b. 1-10-1S61; d. 1-24-1S61. \ rp_„, 

1397. Mary H., b. 1-10-1861. / ^^'°3. 

1398. William L,, b. 1-13-18G3. 

1399. Annie L., b. 12-30-1864. 

1400. Ralph M., b. 1-31-1867. 

1401. Roland E., b. 9-9-1874. 

VI— 443. CHALKLEY HOOPES, b. 6 mo. 10, 1825; d. 9 mo. 16, 
1845- 

VI— 444. ?viARY G. HOOPES (Hannah. Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 5 mo. 13. 1827; m. JOHN ERSKIXE BALDWIX=^ 12 mo. 26, 
1850, son and eldest of fourteen children of Jonathan C. Baldwin and Mar>' 

Note. — Jonathan C, son of Caleb Baldwin and Charity Cope (who were to. 11 mo. 
24, 1774) b. 1 mo. 30, 1792. Mary Ann, dau. of Richard Jacobs and Lydia Gibbons, b. 11 
mo. 17, 1803. Caleb Baldwin, son of John (John 2, John 1), and Ann, of East Cain, b. 6 mo. 
31, 1749; d. 2 mo. 11, 1S2G. Charity Cope. dau. of Samuel Cope and Deborah Parke (who 
were w. 6 mo. 7. 1753), b. 4 mo. 8, 1751; d. S mo. 29, 1840. She was the eldest of ten 

children; her father was a brother to Nathan Cope (See No. T.-243), b. , 1726; d. 9 mo. 

15. 1817; her mother, a dau. of Jonatban and Deborah Parke, b. 6 mo. 5, 1734; d. 1 mo. 
13, 1774; all being of East Bradford, Chester, Co., Pa. 

Jonathan C. Baldwin was extensively engaged in the burning of lime near Down- 
ingtown, Baldwin's lime having a hieh reputation in the surrounding country. The 
Baldwins were early settlers in Cain Twp. 



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Ann Jacobs (who were m. 9 mo. 18, 1S22), b. 3 mo. 28, 1823, in Ea.>t Cain; 
d. II mo. 20, 18S7. 

He was a farmer and markttman, owning a farm in East Bradford and 
later one partly in West Bradford on west side of the Brandywine creek. 
From this they retired to Marshallton, a short time before his death. He 
was buried in the cemetery at this place. After his death his widow made 
her home amongst her children. Issue: — 

1402. William J., b. 10-11-1S51; d. 10-1-1S97. 

1403. Richard J., b. 3-1-1S53. 

1404. Hannah H., b. 4-10-1S55. 

1405. John E.. b. G-6-1S56. 

1406. Phebe J., b. 5-20-1S5S. 

1407. Henry C, b. 8-14-1S59. 

1408. Joseph H., b. 11-13-1860. . ' 

1409. James Hanover, b. 1-13-1863; d. 4-6-1866. . - ' 

1410. Marianna, b. 2-6-1S05; d. 3-12-1866. 

1411. Elizabeth T., b. 12-8-1867. 

1412. Emma L., b. 1-5-1871. 

Ch. of Benjaniin Jones {No. I2j) and Ann James, born in Thornbury, Pa. 

VI— 445. JESSE JA^IES JONES (Benjamin, Rebecca, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. i mo. i, 1808; d. 3 mo. 21, 1884; m. SUSAN COVINGTON 
4 mo. 2, 1837, in ^Muskingum Co., O., dau. of James Covington and Hannah 
Carpenter, b. 2 mo. 4, 1S18; d. 12 mo. 11, 1890. 

They removed from Chester Co., Pa., to Morgan Co., 111., in 1846. Al- 
though over the required age he enlisted in Com. B, 133d. Reg. Inf., r»vlay 2, 
1864, under Capt. Geo. \V. Smith, and served 100 days during the Civil War; 
discharged Sept 24, 1864, at Springfield, 111. He was a farmer and finally set- 
tled at Franklin, Morgan Co., 111. Issue: — 

1413. Curtis James, b. May 15, 1838. 

1414. Benjamin Franklin, b. July 25, 1839. 

1415. Mary Ann, b. Dec. 3, 1840. 

1416. Hannah Ann, b. May 16, 1842. 

1417. Joseph Carpenter, b. April 6, 1844. 

1418. Jesse J., Jr., b. Nov. 19, 1846. 

1419. Zachary T., b. Nov. 12, 1S48. 

1420. Rees, b. Dec. 4, 1850. 

1421. Rebecca, b. April 23, 1853; d. Sept. 5, 1853. 

1422. John, b. Jan. 3, 1855. 

1423. Joshua Sharpless, b. Oct. 31, 1856. .... 

1424. Sarah C, b. Nov. 15, 1859. 



VI— 446. JOSEPH J. JONES (Benjamin, Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. I mo. 20, iSii ; d. 12 mo. 16. 1880; m. LYDIA ANN PRATT 5 
mo. 25, 1843, dau. of John Pratt and Elizabeth Garrett (who were m. 3 mo, 
14, 1805), b. 10 mo. 18, 181 5; d. II mo. 13, 1888. 

(John, son of David Pratt and Lydia Hoopes. Elizabeth, dau. of Na- 
than Garrett and Hannah Rhoads.) 

Joseph learned the trade of his father and grandfather, blacksmithing, 
which he followed for a time at the paternal shop. He was also in Ohio for 
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of the estate of hi? j^reat-grandparents in Westtown Twp., where he engaged 
in farming; both were buried at Birmingham. 

Issue : — 

1425. John Pratt, b. 3-9-1844; d. 8-7-1S4S. 

1426. William Lewis, b. 3-20-1S47; d. 7-27-1S48. 

1427. Hannah Ann, b. 6-1-1S50; d. 5-4-1852. 

1428. George H.. b. 3-30-1854. 

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VI— 447. ESTHER P. TONES (Benjamin, Rebecca. EHzabeth, John. 
John), b. 12 mo. 10, 1812; d.' 6 mo. i, 1856; m. GEORGE M. HICKMAX 
2 mo. 12, 1835. sun of Cyrus Elickman and Phebe ^^latlack, b. 2 mo. 11, 1813; 
d. 9 mo. 12, 1S62 ; both buried at Fawn Grove Mtg. 

They Hved for some time on tb.e farm of Esther Painter in Thornsbury, 
Delaware Co., Pa.,, but about 1845 purchased and removed to a 200-acre 
farm near Delta. York Co., Pa., where they remained during life. 

(Cyrus, son of Benjamin Hickman and Lucy Cheyney. Benjamin, son 
of Benjamin Hickman and Hannah Trego. Benjamin, son of Benjamin 
Hickman and Anna Buffington. Benjamin, son of Francis and Elizabeth, who 
were emigrants.) 

Issue : — 

1429. Phebe A., b. 5-17-1836; d. 11-9-1896. 

1430. Cyrus, b. 10-15-1838; d. 3-29-1853. 

1431. Mary J., b. 10-23-1840. 

1432. Hannah James, b. 5-24-1843. 

1433. A. Elizabeth, b. 12-24-1848; d. 6-4-lSSl. 

1434. Susanna, b. 8 mo. ~, 1851; d. 8 mo. — , 1851. 

1435. Hettie, b. 1 mo. — , 1853; d. 7-2S-1S54. 

1436. Esther P., b. 3-27-1856: d. 1-1-1857. 



VI— 448. BENJAMIN JONES (Ber.jamin, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. II mo. 10, 1814; d. i mo. 8, 1875: m. SARAH ANN ESB'IN i 
mo. 18, 1838, dau. of Jesse Esbin and Mary- Dickenson, b. 9 mo. i, 1816; 
d. 5 mo. 24, 1889; both buried at Newtown Square Friends' Mtg. They 
resided on a farm in Marple, Delaware Co., Pa., but retired eventually to 
Philadelphia, where he died. His widow then returned to her daugliter's, 
Sarah Ann Pratt, in Newtown, where she died. Issue : — 

1437. Jesse E., b. 9-27-1838; d. 5-22-lS?G. 

1438. Chalkley M., b. 11-11-1840; d. lO-S-1850. 

1439. Anna Mary, b. 3-17-1843. 

1440. Benjamin, b. 7-4-1845; d. 12-28-1895. 

1441. Edwin, b. 9-13-1848. 

1442. Sarah Ann, b. 1-25-1851. 

1443. Esther Ann, b. 7-14-1855; d. 3-1-1857. 

1444. Sharpless, b. 6-15-1857. 

1445. Emma, b. 2-22-1860. 

VI— 449. JOHN TONES (Benjamin. Rebecca, Elizabeth. Tohn, John). 
b. Oct. 29, 181*8; d. Nov. 8, 1883: m. SUSAN ANN HITCHCOCK Nov. 
7, 1841, dau. of Caleb Hitchcock and Elizabeth, b. Jan. 26, 1823; d. Nov. 9, 
1903. 

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They removed to the West, first to Ohio, thence to Kansas, where he 
died and was buried at La Cyg^ne, Kan. She finally settled at Orton, Seward 
Co., Neb. Issue: — 

1446. Elizabeth Ann, b. 2-26-1843. 

1447. Joseph, b. 3-14-1S45; d. April 23, 1905. 

1448. Esther, b. 9-24-1S46; d. 7-15-1S49. ;. 

1449. Isaac James, b. 6-15-1S4S; d. 2-6-1876. 

1450. Caleb, b. 1-10-1S50: d. 9-17-1853. 

1451. Penelope Jane. b. 5-15-1S53; d. 2-19-1856. 

1452. Mary I^ouisa, b. 5 12-1857. 

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VI— 450. JOSHUA S. JONES (Benjamin, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 28, 1822; m. ABBY C0>;KLIN April — , 1854, dau. of 
Stephen and IMary. of Putnam Co., N. Y. She d. in 1858. 

M. second wife, FRANCES EABIA BEAMES, May — , i860, dau. of 
Jonathan and Christiana, of New York City. 

Joshua was one of tlie firm of \\''m. V. Crissey & Co., wholesale druggists* 
Resided in New York and died there. There were no children. 



VI — 451. ANN JONES, b. 7 mo. 18, 1825; d. 9 mo. 15, 1825. 



VI— 452. ELIZABETH T. JONES, b. 3 mo. 26, 1828; d. 3 mo. 31, 
1828. 

Ch. of Sidney Jones {No. 12^') and Abraham Hoopcs, born in East Goshen, 

Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 453. LYDIA ANN HOOPES, b. 11 mo. 18, 1810; d. 7 mo. 7, 
1811. 



VI— 454. MARY ANN HOOPES (Sidney, Rebecca. Elizabeth. John. 
John), b. 6 mo. 14, 1812; d. 10 mo. 17, 1852; m. DAVID GARRETT 11 
mo. 5, 1845, at Birmingham Mtg, his second wife, son of Aaron Garrett and 
Jane Hoopes, of Willistown, b. 11 mo. 28, 1803; d. 10 mo. 17, 1868. 

His first wife was Anna Taylor, m. 10 mo. 6, 1825, at Middletown Mtg.! 
dau. of Israel Taylor and Ann Malin, b. 2 mo. i. 1804; d. 12 mo. 14. 1843. 
There were nine children by this m. He also m. third wife. Lavinia Hawley. 
2 mo. 9, i860, at Willistown i\Itg., dau. of Benjamin Hawley and Deborah 
Hoopes, b. 6 mo. 20, 1818; d. 3 mo. 12, 1878, in West Chester. 

David learned the tanning business, which he carried on in Willistown, 
on the homestead of which he became the owner. It was situated on Ridley 
creek, where tlie Philadelphia and West Chester road and trolley crosses it. 
About 1 84 1 he sold his property and purchased the farm of the estate of En- 



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nion Cook, close by Birmiiigb.am Mtg., and removed thereto. Here he fol- 
lowed farming and marketing. 

The family were all members of the Society of Friends. He was appoint- 
ed clerk of Goshen Monthly Mtg. 2 mo. 2, 1832; a trustee of Willistown 
i\Itg. 1833; recorder, 1834, whicli positions he retained until his removal. At 
Birmingham he was appointed recorder 1843; overseer, 1846, and clerk 1855. 
By which it ii apparent that he was a most useful member of each meeting. 

Issue by Mary Ann : — 

1453. Anna, b. 12-7-1S4S. 

1454. Edward, b. 5-19-1850; d. 8-8-1S50. 

1455. Sidney S., b. 11-30-1851. 



VI— 455. RACHEL HOOPES (Sidney, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 3 mo. 3, 1S14; d. 2 mo. 21, 1S94; m. JOSHU.V jEFFERIS "^^ 5 mo. 
II, 1842, at Birmingham Mtg., son of Cheyney Jefferis and ?*.lartha Sharpless, 
of East Bradford, Chester Co., Pa., b. 3 mo. 30, 1820; d. 12 mo, 23, 1907; 
both buried at Xew Garden ^Itg. 

He purchased and settled on a farm in New Garden Twp. with address 
at Landenburg, Pa., where by a close observation of nature and the use of 
rational methods he became a successful farmer. 

Issue: — > 

1456. Edward, b. 7-11-1843; d. 2-27-1847. 

1457. William L., b. 4-17-1845; d. 12-28-1909.- . - 

1458. Thomas K., b. 4-23-1847. ' • : • 

1459. Charles S., b. 11-23-1S4P; d. 1-10-1911. 

1460. Edwin, b. 1-25-1853. 

1461. Walker, b. 4-16-185S; d. 4-20-1858. 



VI— 456. WALKER Y. IIOOPES (Sidnev, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 4 mo. 22, 1816; d. 12 mo. 2, 1895; m'- HANNAH G. EACHUS 
9 mo. 26, 1839, dau. of Homer Eachus and Lydia Green, b. 6 mo. 9, 1816; 
d. 2 mo. 24, 1885; both buried at Cumberland Cemetery. 

He was named for Walker Yarnall, of Westtown, with whom he lived 
during boyhood. He then engaged in storekeeping at Lima, in ^.liddletown 
Twp., continuing there over thirty years, and was also postmaster. About 
1868 he removed to Media and began banking, the firm being Broomall. Fair- 
lamb & Hoopes, of Media, Pa., later Fairlamb & Hoopes, then of W. Y. 

* Note. — The following obituary was printed in the West Chester "Local News" vX 
the time of his death: 

"JOSHUA JEFFERIS 
"He followed the occupation of farming all his life and was progressive; he was 
a sturdy citizen and active participant in public affairs. He was a man of great energy 
&. public spirit and he accomplished much good in a well spent life. He at times ?poke 
forcibly at Farmers' Institutes and public meetings and as he was a close observer of na- 
ture his remarks were interesting and instructive. He was an abolitionist and a friend 
of the colored race. He had great conversational abilities and was listened to with 
attention by young and old. He was a birthright member of the Society of Friends and 
always attended their meetings." 



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Hoopcs, and still later Hoopes & Xewbold. About 1889 he withdrew from 
this business; then became a director of the First National Bank of Media, 
which position he held with interest until his death. lie was noted for his 
methodical business habits. He was a member and regular attender of 
Friends' Meeting. Issue: — 

1462. Mary Elizabeth, b. 4-22-1841; d. 2-1-1844. 

1463. Hannah E., b. 1-23-1843; d. 9-27-1S86. 

1464. Mary Emma, b. 1-30-1847; d. 1-2-1857. 

1465. Homer Eachus, b. 6-13-1848. 

1466. Sidney, b. 1-12-1853. 



VI— 457. JOHN J. HOOPES (Sidney, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 8 mo. 9, 1818: d. 7 mo. 29, 1876; m. ELIZABETH LODGE Dec. 
17, 1840, dau. of Abel Lodge and Magdalena Flolstein, b. Nov. 2, 1827; d. 
2 mo. 10, 1899, at Muscatine. la. 

(Abel, son of John Lodge and Elizabeth Reid. Magdalena, dau. of Pe- 
ter and jMagdalena Holstein.) 

Resided several years in Kingsessing. a suburb of Philadelphia, en- 
gaged in manufacturing ice cream and dairy products. He entered the U. S. 
service during the rebellion, and was commissioned captain in the quarter- 
master's department. He was five months on Lookout Mountain, Tenn., in 
charge of the erection of hospitals, etc., and served until the close of the war. 
On his return he was elected treasurer of Delaware Co.. Pa., and served one 
term, after which he purchased a farm in Middletown Twp., and continued 
thereon the rest of his life. . < . , , " 

Issue born at first residence: — " . 

1467. Lydia, Ann, b. 1-9-1S42; d. 9-7-1895. : . " 

1468. Pratt, b. 10-1-1S43. . . 

1469. Walker Y., b. 7-16-1845. 

1470. Thomas J., b. 2-20-1847. .m; j- '.' i 

1471. Ellis S., b. 1-20-1860. 

By Second Husband, Benjamin Sharpless. 

VI— 458. BENJAMIN SHARPLESS (Sharpless line, Benjamin 5, 
Joshua 4, Benjamin 3, Joseph 2, John i). b. 10 mo. 29, 1835, in Birming- 
ham; m. ANNIE T. HANNUM 6 mo. 5. 1873, dau. of Norris M. Hannum * 
and Susan Y. Walter, late of West Chester, Pa., b. 12 mo. i, 1851. 

He settled on the homestead of his father and grandfather about one 
mile north of Birmingham Mtg. Issue: — 

1472. Mary H., b. 3-3-1874. 

1473. Benjamin, b. 3-24-1876; d. 8-12-1877. 

1474. Margaret, b. 1-25-1879. 

1475. Anna Elizabeth, b. 5-14-1883. Teacher. 

1476. Sidney R,, b. 9-23-1886; d, 9-19-1887. . , 



Note.— Norris M., son of Evan Hannum and Elizabeth Gibbons; Evan, son of Wil- 
liam Hannum and Ruth Evans; William, son of John Hannum and Mary Gibbons (James 2, 
John 1), and John, son of John Hannum, who m. Margery Souther>', sister to Mary, wife 
of John Palmer No. 1. 



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Susan, dau. of John Waller, who m. Abigail H. Kille, daii. of Abner 
Kille ar.d Rebecca Hewes, of Xew Jersey. John, son of Henry Walter, who 
m. Sarah Guest, dau. of Henry Guest and Martha Baker, the latter being a 
dau. of Jesse Baker, son of Joseph and Martha. Jesse, b. Mar. 19, 1709. 
Henry Walter, son of John Walter and Deborah Woodward, who were m. 
1762. John being a son of William Walter (Godwin i) and Rachel Newlin. 

Ch. of Amy Jones {No. 126) and Isaac T. Larkin. 

VI— 459. JONES LARKIN, b. 12 mo. 4, 1816; d. 11 mo. 17, 1821. 

VI— 460. SABILLA LARKIN, b. 2 mo. 12. 1S19; d. 10 mo. 18, 1822. 



VI— 461. MARY LARKIN (Amy. Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, John), 
b. 3 mo. 13, 1821; m. LEVI I. HOOPES 12 mo. 4, 1850, son of Joshua 
Hoopes and Lydia Woodrow, b. 5 mo. 22, 1813; d. 9 mo. 30, 1903. No is- 
sue. 

He was a cabinet maker by trade, having learned the business with the 
late Ephraim Taylor in the Chester Valley, in company with his brother. Af- 
ter learning the trade he went to St. Louis and worked there for several years, 
after which he returned to this section and began business as an undertaker and 
cabinet maker at Sugartown. There he worked for about fifty years, but five 
years ago his sight began to fail and he was compelled to retire. He then 
came to West Chester and took up his residence in the house where his death 
occurred. Gradually his sight failed until he became totally blind about three 
years ago. Since then his general health failed gradually until the end came. 
He was a member of Bradford ^Meeting of Friends, at Marshallton, and the 
remains were interred in the burying ground at that place. 



VI— 462. ELIZA LARKIN (Amy, Rebecca. Elizabeth. John. John), b. 
9 mo. 22, 1823; d. 10 mo. 24, 1908; m. BENJA^^N \W. PUSEY 5 mo. 11. 
1859, son of William Pusey and Lydia Baker, of Xew Garden, b. 11 mo. 13, 
1824; d. 3 mo. 6, 1890; both buried at New Garden Mtg. He owned and 
resided on a farm in New Garden Twp., where he died. Eliza then lived 
eleven years at Toughkenamon ?nd later with her sister, IMartha, in Kennett 
Square, Pa. Issue: — 
1477. Willie, b. 12-31-1861; d. 3-23-1864. ■.>.., 1., .1, 



VI— 463. ENOS LARKIN (Amv, Rebecca. Elizabeth. John. John), b: 
2 mo. 13, 1826; m. MARY ELLEN DRURY 10 mo. 27, 1870. dau. of John 
Q. Dmr>' and Minerva Holmes, of Plattsburg, N. Y.. b. 9 mo. 12. 1846. 

He was engaged in mercantile trade first in Wilmington Del., 5 years. 
He then removed to Letonia. O., 2 years, thence to Hocking \^alley. Ky., 8 
years, returning for some time to Germantown, Pa., and again going west 



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to Richmond Ind. About 1892 he finally settled in retired Hfe in Philadel- 
phia, Pa., residence 3724 Hamilton St. rniiaaej 

Issue : — 

1478. Edward, b. 7-20-1871; d. 12 mo. — , 1874. 

T h y^r^^-^- ^^''^^Fo'^ LARKIX (Amy, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John 
John), b. 9 mo. 19, 1828; unmarried. -^ ' 

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T 1 y^r-*^^- ™^^^o ^^^- LARKIX (Amy, Rebecca, Elizabeth. John 
John), b. ID mo. II, 1831; d. 2 mo. i. 1894: m. PHILLIPS CHAMBERS 
2 mo^ 14, 1S71, son of Mahlin Chambers and Elizabeth Lamborn, b i mo 
Frienlt^' ^^' ^^' ^^°^' ^^^^' ^""^^ ^^ ^'^^^ Garden I^Itg. They wer^ 

He was a farmer in New Garden Twp.. where they both died He m a 
second wife, Sarah, dau. of Thomas Whitson, who sur^-ived him. ' ^ ""• ' 

Js?iie : — 
1479. Amie E., b. 6-8-1872. " ■ 

VI-466. EMMA LARKIN (Amy, Rebeccn, Elizabeth, John John I 
b 8 no, 9, i8,|4; d 4 mo. 6, 1901 ; m. JOHN D, HARRISON 5 mo 2 186 ' 
son of Samuel P, Harrison and Mary Ann Button, b. 9 mo "o °8« d 8 
mo. 22, ,885: both buried at Brandywiue Manor Presbv?erian OiuJch 

vine. Cb^tTr CaX w!!! ^' "" ''"""'^^^^ "^ ""^ '^"^^ -- Guthrie- 
K80. Mary Ella, b. 4-17-1866; d. 12-24-1893. 

VI— 467, ISA.\C LARKIN (Amy, Rebecca, Elizabeth, lohn John) b 
4 mo, 2, 1839; n,. R.-\CHEL C. KINSEY i mo. i, 1S63, dau. of Thomas 
Kmsey and Ehzabeth Cook, b. 12 mo. 30, ,842; d. i mo. 31, 1909. 

in^ "Ri?ilT"^ farming for a time, but his trade is carpentering and build- 
ing Resided near Toughkenamon many years, but since March 1898 his 
residence has been at Kennett Square, Ch.ester Co., Pa. He met will a nah^- 

ot eTinitiHef ™He''- "'°^'-^' T""'^ ''°^ ' ^-"'■"^' breaki^gh-s'tL'^and 
other injunes. He is a Friend, as was also his wife. She was chairman of 

grL^ittS"- °' "' ^'"'" ""■ ^''"'""'^ '^'^ S«-ty, in which srtook 
Issue: — 

1481. Zllla Amy, b. 8-11-1864 

1482. Eva, b. 1-25-1867; d. 8-14-1867 

1483. William B., b. 2-2G-1S72 

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Ch. of Rebecca Joms {No. u;") and Joseph Larkiii, born in Bethel, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa. 

VI— 468. LYDIA ANN LARKIN (Rebecca. Rebecca, Eh'zabeth, 
John, John), b. 7 mo. 29. 181 7; d. 5 mo. 19, 1894; m. NICHOLAS AR- 
MENT 10 mo. i, 1840, son of Ann Arment, b. 7 mo. 26, 1813; cl. 4 mo. 13, 
1906; both buried at St. John's P. E. Church, Concord, Pa. 

He was a carpenter, which trade he followed for many years; he then 
went to farming in Concord; after his wife's death he lived with his 
son, Joseph, in Chester, Pa., where he died in his 93rd year. 

Issue : — 

1485. Rachel Ann, b. 11-1-1841; d. 2-28-1869. 

1486. Joseph Larkin, b. 7-13-1844. 

1487. Rebecca S., b. 10-22-1849. - . 

1488. Edgar Penn, b. 2-13-1852. — ' ' . 



VI— 469. ELIZABETH LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. 2 mo. 17, 1819: m. CALEB EYRE THOMAS 5 mo. 11, 
1851, at Concord 'Mtg., son of Townsend Thomas and Beulah Eyre'^b. 3 mo. 
19, 1 819; d. 5 mo. 12, 1890; buried at Concord ^Itg. 

He learned the trade of blacksmith, but on the death of his father became 
owner of the paternal farm in Upper Chichester Twp., on which they lived 
several years. He then sold this and bought another in Concord, on which 
he died. His v/idow remained in this neighborhood several years and then 
with her daughter Mar}^ removed to Media, Pa. The family all belonged to 
the Society of Orthodox Friends. 

Issue : — - 

1489. Barclay, b. 8-14-1852. 

1490. Reece L.. b. 3-3-1854. ' ■'' - ' • ' 

1491. Mary, b. 1-2-1856. 

1492. Emily, b. 8-16-1858. . , • . , 



VI— 470. THOMAS LARKIN (Rebecca. Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 9, 1820; d. i mo. 2y, 1873; m. ELIZA J. LEWIS 3 mo. 3, 
1850, dau. of Samuel Lewis and Sarah Moore, b. 5 mo. 17, 1829. 

He was a farmer. Resided at Chester Plill, Morgan Co.. O. 

The following is an account of how Thomas lost his life, taken from his 
county paper : ^ ; ,^,^ 

"About one o'clock on Monday last Mr. Larkin and another man were engaged in 

• Note. — Beulah, dau. of .John Eyre and Rebecca Sharpless, and sister to Snrah (see 
No. 48). Towsend Thomas and Beulah Eyre were m. 11-20-1806 at Chichester Mtg.; he 
was b. 6-4-17C0 in Willistown: d. 3-28-1846 in U. Chichester; son of Isaac Thomas b. 
4-21-1721; d. 1-19-1802, and Mary Townsend ("dau. of John from Long Island), who were 
m. 3 mo. 16, 17 i5, at Birmiugham Mtg. Isaac, son of Peter Thomas and Elizabeth 
Goodwin, who were m. 1711, and Peter, son of Peter Thomas and Sai-ah Stodmaa, who 
were m. 2 mo. 15, 1686, both of "Sprintowne." All of these were Friends. 



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felling a poplar tree in the woods; It lodged temporarily on an adjacent oak, but a larj;^ 
limb splitting- off the former, allowed the oak to return with great force, carrying the 
popular limb back with It. Tho two men etaited to run, but had only gone a short di^- 
tanre before the falling limb struck Mr. Larkin with full force on the back part of the 
head, cru.shing his skull and killing him instantly. Mr. Larkin was one of our most 
valued citizens, and his loss will be keenly felt by a large circle of acquaintances. He 
leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss." 



Issue ; — 

1493. Sarah Rebecca, b. 4-16-1851. 

1494. Dudley, b. 2-1-1853. 

1495. Lucy, b. 3-25-1854; d. 5-27-1854. 

1496. Ada Elizabeth, b. 11-20-1856; d. 9-17-1861. 

1497. Mary A., b. 4-11-1863. 

1498. Harvey Thomas, b. 11-8-1865. 



VI— 471. SIDNEY LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John. 
John), b. 3 mo. 17, 1823; cl. 12 mo. 2. 1858; m. NATHAN P. BUTTON 
4 mo. 25, 1S50, son of Jonathan Button and Rachel Pennell, b. 3 mo. 2, 1823; 
d. 8 mo. 3, 1850. 

Resided in Upper Chichester, Belaware Co., Pa. He lost his life by 
a stroke of lightning. The following remarkable account thereof is taken 
from the "Belaware County Republican" of Aug. 9, 1850: 

"On Saturday last, about four o'clock, a storm of wind and rain, accompanied by 
lightning, passed over this county, during which a dwelling-house near Village Green — 
where a number of persons were in attendance at a vendue — was struck by lightning. 
The electric fluid entered the peak of the roof, passing down between the weather- 
boarding and plastering, scattering them in every direction until it reached the first 
story, where it divided, one portion passing in at a hook driven in the wall and from 
which a looking-gla^s was suspended, and striking Nathan P. Button, who was standing 
Immediately under the glass, upon the top of the head, leaving but a slight mark. The 
fluid passed to his left arm above the elbow, thence down his body, burning the skin 
in its passage. He li'^ed about five minutes, and was sensible of his approaching dissolu- 
tion. The fiuid also passed from him to John McCay, who was standing near, struck him 
in the back and ran down both, legs, burning the skin and clothes from his body, tear- 
ing his shoes to fragments, and leaving a small hole in the toe of one as if perforated 
by a bullet. The other branch of the fluid struck Richard P. Slawter, who was stand- 
ing outside of the house, and felled him to the ground. He was taken up, but expired 
in about fifteen minutes. Rachel Button, the mother of Nathan, was in an adjoining 
room, and on being told of the fate of her son, she came out and immediately com- 
menced to render every assistance in her power to restore him to animation. After lab- 
oring with great anxiety for nearly half an hour, she gradually fainted away, and 
continuing to lose respiration she expired in about three-quarters of an hour after the 
death of her son. 

"The remains of the deceased were all committed to the tomb on Monday. The 
■whole neighborhood and many persons from a distance turned out to pay the last tribute 
to their memories." 

Sidney m. second husband, JAMES NICHOLSON, Bee. 31, 1857, son 
of John and Hannah, b. June 30, 1819. 

They removed to Harrisville, Harrison Co., Ohio. '■_ 

Child by last husband : — 
1499. Sidney, L., b. 11-20-1858; d. 7-29-1859. / 



VI— 472. REBECCA J. LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 6 mo. 29, 1825; d. 9 mo. 18, 1910; buried at New Garden; m. 



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FRANKLIN BRINTON i mc. 28, 1S4S. son of Joseph Brinton and Jane 
Crossley, b. 12 mo. 23, 1822; d. 10 mo. 6. 1S51 ; buried at Birmingham. 

M. second husband. JOSEPH GILPIN, 3 mo. 4, 1S59, son of George 
F. Gilpin and Elizabeth Harlan, b. 7 mo. 4. 1827. 

Resided at various localities, finally settling at Swarthmore, Delaware 
Co., Pa. 

Issue bv first husband : — 
IBOO. Sidney' Annie, b. 6-29-1849; d. 4-24-1891. 

By second husband : — 
1501. Elizabeth, b. 9-7-1S61. 



VI— 473. ELI B. LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca. Elizabeth, John, John), 
b. 9 mo. II, 1827; d. 7 mo. 30, 1909; m. LYDIA ELIZABETH RIGBY 4 
mo. 22, 1849, dau. of Seth Rigby and Lydia John, b. Lima, 3 mo. 24, 183 1; 
d. 5 mo. 17, 1854. No children 

M. second MARY HOWARD Sept. 13. 1855, dau. of John and Hannah 
Howard, b. Jan. 28, 1833. Tbey removed westward, finally settling near 
Chariton, Lucas Co., Iowa. Issue : — 
1502. Sidney J., b. Aug-. 15, 1856; d. May 17, 1877. 
1508. Martha R., k Dec. 1, 1857; d. Aug. 26, 1857. 

1504. Julia A., b. Feb. 27, 1859. 

1505. Emma T., b. June 9, 1864. 

1506. James H., b. Jan. 7, 1866. 

1507. Ida H., b. Feb. 10, 1869. , 

1508. Olive B., b. Jan. 24, 1872. 

VI— 474. ALICE P. LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, Elizabeth. John, 
John), b. 4 mo. 8, 1830; d. 9 mo. 27, i860; m. GEORGE J. SMEDLEY 4 
mo. 3, 1850, son of Isaac Smedley (John, Thomas, George), and Amy Cox, 
of Philadelphia, b. 12 mo. 23, 1821 ; d. 5 mo. 6, 1854. 

M. second, EDWIN W. PAYNE, 10 mo. 8, 1857, second wife, son of 
Captain William Payne and Mary Ann Griffin, b. 8 mo. 8, 1811 ; d. 1874, all 
of Philadelphia, Pa. ; both bur. ^^lonument Cemetery. , . 

Issue by first husband : — ... 

1509. Jacob Larkln, b. 11-8-1851; d. 7-31-1894. 

By second husband : — 

1510. Joseph L., b. 8-16-1858. ' ' 



VI— 475. BEULAH LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John,. 
John), b. 6 mo. 24, 1832; m. JAMES LARKIN 3 mo. 9, 1853, son of Salkeld 
Larkin and Sarah Pennell, b. 2 mo. 6, 1824; d. 4 mo. 16, 1875; buried at 
Concord Mtg. 

He was a farmer; became the owner and resided on the hom.estead in Up- 
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tcr, Pa. Salkcld Larkin was a brother to Beulah's grandfather, John Larkin. 
James and she were, therefore, what is termed first cousins once removed. 

Issue : — 

1511. Sarah Rebecca, b. 3-30-1854. 

1512. Pennell, b. 9-30-1855. 

1513. Sidney, b. 11-25-1S56. 

1514. Joseph Salkeld, b. 12-16-1S59; d. 2 mo. — , 1864. 

1515. Milton Walter, b. 3-21-1SC3. 

1516. Shelley, b. 12-24-1S65. 
1617. Aunie S., b. 7-27-1S68. 
1518. Edith, b. 12-2-1870. 



VI— 476. JOSEPH LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, EHzabeth, John, 
John) (Larkin hne, Joseph, John, Joseph, John), b. 8 mo. 9, 1834; m. HAR- 
RIET HAXCE, 2 mo. 25. 185S, dau. of Samuel Hance * and ^Margaret John- 
son, b. 6 mo. 20, 1838. 

He was a farmer. Resided on farms in Bethel and Concord, was super- 
visor of roads in the latter. Afterwards obtained a position in the U. S. 
Navy Yard at League Island, Philadelphia, Pa., with residence at 123S 
Durfor St., between Wolf and Ritner Sts. Issue born in Bethel: — 

1519. Beulah Ella. b. 4-2-1859. 

1620. Anna Elizabeth, b. 2-3-1861; d. 4-2-1SS5. 

1521. Horace Jones, b. 1-14-1S6S. 

1522. Jenny Calver, b. 3-S-1873; d. 10-5-1878. ' . : . 

VI— 477. REES J. LARKIN (Rebecca, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. Sept. 9, 1836; d. Nov. 30, 1903; m. CLARA WILLIAMS Dec. 25, 
1866, dau. of Jeilerson and Lucinda Williams, of Chesterfield, Ohio., b. Nov. 
2J, 1847; d. July 16, 1874. 

M. second LYDIA E. BRANSON Feb. 21, 1882, dau. of Smith and 
Eliza Branson, b. May 26, 1853; d. Oct. 13, 1887. 

He removed from Concord, Pa., at an early age to Chesterfield, Morgan 
Co., Ohio, where he was married. He had enlisted with the 63rd. Ohio Vol. 
Infantry and served through the war. After liis wnfe's death he removed to 
Lincoln, Neb., and tlieiice to California. He returned to Lincoln in 18S2, 
u'here he married his second wife, whom he also had the sorrow of losing. 
In 1896 he moved to Colorado six miles east of Fort ]\I organ, where he af- 
terwards made his home. The particulars of his death as near as could be as- 
certained were that he was going to Omaha, Neb., on a cattle train running 



* Note. — Samuel Hance, b. in Concord, April 17, 179S, died in Bethel. Oct. 7, l'^92, 
buried at Siloam M. E. Church, was a son of Thomas Hance and Jane Wlghton, who 
were Scotch-Irish emigrants, she belonging to a distinguished Scotch family, and both 
Presbyterians. Their son was an early convert to the Methodist faith and became quite 
distinguished as a leader amongst them. He was licensed as an exhorter in 1S21, and 
to preach in 1830. He would walk many miles in his early manhood to conduct meet- 
ings and induced many to join the church. By trade he was a shoemaker and during 
his active life conducted an extensive business in that manufacturing line. He was 
twice m., first to Margaret Johnson, Mar. 30, 1S20, and second to Eliza Whlttensell (a 
■widow), nee Garrigiies, Apr. 22, 1S58. He died at the advanced age of 94 years and 6 
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in two sections, he having' cattle aboard, f Ic was in the caboose of the front 
section; whilst going around a curve near Ma.-on City, Neb., this section 
slowed up somewhat, allowing the second section to cra?h into the caboose. 
All those therein jumped except Mr. I^arkin and one other, v.ho were both 
killed. He was a faithful and earnest worker in the Masonic Order, having 
joined when a young man. In 1902 his membership was tran-ierrcd to Oasis 
Lodge, No. 67, of Fort Morgan., Col., and tlie obsequies took place under their 
auspices in the Presb}1;erian Cliurch, services being conduct'--c! by Rev. Mr. 
Crothers. A large number of neighbors and friends attended the funeral in 
respect to the departed. 

Issue by first wife: — 
1623. John B., b. June 16, 18GS. 

By second wife: — 

1524. Eliza E., b. Apr. 16, 1883. 

1525. Branson R., b. Aug. 5, 1SS4. 



VI— 478. HANNAH LARKIN (Rebecca. Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. 3 mo. 30, 1839; m. ABRAHAM PALMER (7) 12 mo. 25, 1862 
(No. 926), son of Martin Palmer and Elizabeth Cloud, b. 2 miO. 11, 1838. 

Issue given, but further record from his No. : — 
Joseph Martin, b. 1-9-1864; d. 6-19-1870. 
Alice Ella, b. 1-8-1S67. 
Lillle Rebecca, b. 12-28-1869. 
Josephine Beulah, b. 2-19-1872; d. 6-24-1894. 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth, Rebecca. 
Ch. of Rees Jones (No. 128) and Elizabeth H. Strode. 

VI— 479. REBECCA E. JONES (Rees, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. II mo. 24, 1828; d. 8 mo. 25, 1877; m. HENRY D. COURT, 
1847, s*^" o^ Henry Court and Hannah Archer, of West Chester, Chester Co., 
Pa., b. Mar. 20, 1825; d. April 13, 1902. 

They resided at Battle Creek, ]Mich., where they died and were buried. 

Issue: — , .. . 

1526. Richard Henry, b. 11-24-1S48; d. 5-10-1892. ' , , 

1527. Emma Frances, b. 2-23-1850; d. 5-15-1851. ''= ■'•-'' '■ • • ..* 

1528. Mary L., b. 9-22-1852. 

1529. Anna Marshall, b. 8-8-1855. 

1530. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 8-2-1857. 

1531. Idaletta H.. b. 12-29-1859. 

1532. Frank E., b. 5-1-1863. ' ~" ■' 



VI— 480. MARY S. JONES (Rees. Rebecca, Elizabeth, John. Tohn), 
b. Sept. 8, 1830; d. May 6, 1895; m. AHLTON E. WILLIS July 15' 1867, 
son of Henry Willis and Hannah Marsh, of Battle Creek, Mich.,' b.^Dec. 6, 
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He removed to California Oct. 1857, and she July 1867. Resided in 
San Francisco where Mary died and was buried in Cypress I^iwn Cemetery, 
San Mateo Co., Cal. The family records were destroyed in the great fire and 
earthquake of 1906. 

He is engaged in the fire, marine and life insurance business with the 
New York Underwriters' Agency, Merchants' Exchange Building, San Fran- 
cisco. Residence, 2202 Blake St., Berkely, Cal. 

Issue : — 

1533. Frederick M., b. June 16, 1868. 

1534. Harry R.. b. Dec. 6, 1869. 

1535. Mary Frances, b. Aug. 23, 1873. 



VI— 481. REES B. JONES (Rees, Rebecca, Elizabeth, John, John), 
b. 9 mo. 2, 1832; m. JANE ADAMSON 3 mo. — , 1862, dau. of John Adam- 
son and Ann Cox, of Seneca, N. Y., b. Sept. i, 1835. 

He was a farmer; had a farm about two miles from Battle Creek, Mich., 
but retired to Urbendale, a suburb of that city, with address Battle Creek, 
Mich., R. F. D. 4. 

Issue : — 

1536. Elizabeth Ann, b. 2-20-1863. 

1537. George Lauer, b, 6-17-1865. 

1538. Mary Frances, b. 9-4-1S67. .. „ • -..■.■:• 

1539. William Hessell, b. 11-8-1869. " . ' , 
1640. Florence May, b. 5-4-1874. . , : 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth, Elizabeth. 

Ch. of Nathaniel Morris {No. 1^2) and Sarah Myers, born either in Chester 

or Delaware Co., Pa. 

VI— 482. HICKMAN MORRIS (Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. Oct. 20, 1820; d. Feb. 21, 190S; m. SARAH PEIRCE Jan. 
2, 1850, dau. of Myers Peirce and Mary Elizabeth Hughes, b. May 20, 1820; 
d. Jan. 10, 1898. 

He went to xA-nne Arundle Co., Maryland, in 1850, and bought a farm, 
on which they lived until the beginning of the Rebellion in 1861, when he 
was obliged to sell out and leave on account of his Union sentiment. He 
served four years in the Union Army as Commissary Sergeajit in Coles' Cavi 
airy. After the w'ar he purchased Glen Iral farm near Elkridge, Howard Co., 
Md., and continued to reside thereon. 

Issue : — 

1541. Henry Myers, b. June 18, 1851. t ; = , '^ 

1542, Myers Peirce, b. Mar. 24, 1853; d. in Infancy. 

VI— 483. HANNAH MORRIS (Nathaniel 5), b. 1821 : d. quite young'. 

VI— 484. CHARLOTTE MORRIS (Nathaniel 5), b. 1822; d. three 
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VI— 485. NATHANIEL E. MORRIS (Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Eliza- 
beth, John, John), b. Mar. 14, 1824; d. Oct. 23, i860; m. THEODOSIA M, 
DILWORTH June 24. 1847, "^'^u. of Thomas Dil worth and Ann Bugless, h, 
Oct 30, 1S28; d. Dec. 18, 1888. 

He was buried at Concord Mtg-., she at Birming-ham. He was a wheel- 
wright and also a carpenter. They resided mostly about Dilworthtown, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa. 

Issue: — 

1543. Thomas D., b. ^fa^. 10, 1S48. 

1544. Sarah Emma, b. Feb. 13, 1850. 

1545. Dillwyn D., b. Nov. 21, lb52: d. Nov. 12, 1853. 

1546. Jefferis M., b. Oct. 15, 1855; d. June 25, 1857. 

1547. Harry M., b. Mar. 22, 1858. 

1548. Anna D., b. Feb. 12. 1860; d. May 5, 1861. 



VI— 486. THOMAS .MORRIS (Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. Nov. 26, 1826; d. May 15, 1906; m. MARGARET HAWS April 
2, 1847, dau. of John Haws and Rebecca McDaniel, b. July 18, 1827; d. Feb. 
27, 1859- 

M. second ELIZABETH HAWS Sept. 2, 1863, twin-sister to his first 
wife, b. July 18, 1827; d. April 12, 1893. 

M. third EUNICE PALMER, nee Pyle, Oct. — , 1900, dau. of William 
Pyle and Susan Bowers, b. Aug. 16, 1839. 

All the deceased buried in Cumberland Cemetery. He was by trade a 
wheehvright and in conjunction with his father-in-law were makers of the 
noted Haws plows, with shop in I^Iiddletown Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. He 
later bought a farm in Thornbury Twp., on which he resided until towards 
the close of his life, when he lived with his son, Franklin, at Glen Mills, Pa. 

Children, all by his first wife: — . - 

1549. Franklin, b. Oct. 1. 1847. '^ •' 

1550. Alphonso, b. Sept. 10, 1849; d. Oct. 22, 1898. . ' 

1551. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 7, 1851. 

1552. John H., b. Mar. 2, 1855; d. May 29, 1894. " ' 

1553. Margaretta, b. Feb. 8, 1859. 

Line of John, John, Eliz-\beth, Elizabeth. : 

Ch. of John Morris (No. /??) and Ann Workman. 

VI— 487. WILMER W. MORRIS (John, Elizabeth. Elizabeth, John, 
John) b. July 29, 1829, Chester Co. ; d. Jar. 16, 1908. Penn Twp. ; m. MATIL- 



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DA WILSON April 12, 1863, dan. of Joseph Wilson ^ and Bridget Kain, b. 
June 19, 1842, Penn Twp. ; d. Aug. 21, 1901, same. 

He resided in Penn Twp. just outside the city limits, but address was 
1500 Lincohi Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Death Notice.— Wilmcr W. Morris, SO yrs. old, one of the best known citizens of 
Penn township, died early yesterday morning at his home after an illness of two weeks. 
When the Civil War broke out Mr. Morris, with his three brothers, were amnog the 
first to answer his country's call, enlisting in Company A, Sixty-third Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers, Colonel Alexander Hay commanding, and served with distinction throughout 
the Civil War, having been wounded at the second battle of Bull Run and at Fair Oaks, 
Va. Mr. Morris is Burvived by six children, his wife having died about six years ago! 
They are: 

1554. Maria Jane, b. Aug. 12, 1S64. 

1555. William Franklin, b. June 13. 1866. 

1556. Lillle Ann, b. Jan. 29, 1869. 

1557. John W., b. Aug. 9, 1871. " 

1558. Mary Blanche, b. Nov. 1, 1874. 

1559. Wllmer Joseph, b. Nov. 10, 1877. 

VI— 488. JOHN W. MORRIS (lohn, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. Jan. 20, 1831 ; d. Jan. 5, 1900; m. MARGARET G. DONALDSON 
June 19, 1S72, of Penn Twp., Allegheny Co., Pa., dau. of William Maxwell 
Donaldson t and Mary Carroll, b. 1843. 

They removed to ^lissouri, when young, where he bought a farm and 
there died. He and dau. Grace were buried in Kahoka Cemetery. 

Her address Kahoka, Clark Co., Mo., Box. 214. Issue: — 

1560. Elmer, b. July 5, 1873. 

1561. Grace, b. March 6. 1S77. d. April 18, 1SS6. 

1562. Ella, b. June 11, 1833. 

VI— 489. ELIZABETH ABIGAIL :\IORRIS (John, Elizabeth, Eliza- 
beth, John, John), b. April 23, 1833; d. Aug. 24, 1877; bur. in Vogal Ceme- 
tery, Newport, Lawrence Co., Pa.; m. JOHN B. McKINNEY July 3, 1851, 
b. Jan. 23, 1825; d. Jan. 3, 1893; buried in Uniondale Cemetery, Allegheny 
Co., Pa. 

A music teacher. Issue : — ' . 

1563. Anthony Wayne, b. Mar. 12, 1S52. 

1564. Annie Mary, b. Oct. 7, 1S53; d. Dec. 23, 1855. 

1565. John Quincy Adams, b. May 22, 1855; d. Jan. 11, 1856. 
15G6. Adellia Frances, b. Nov. 4, 1855. 

15G7. An infant, b. Oct. 11, 1858; d. same date. , _ 

1568. Mary Levina, b. June 3, 1860. 

1569. Charles Morris, b. Feb. 18, 1864. 

1570. John Lincoln, b. July 10, 1867. 

1571. Margaret Jane, b. Julv 26, 1869. 

1572. Harry, b. April 6, 1873. 

1573. George Homer, b. Sept. 23. 1875; d. April 7. 1891. 

♦ Note.— Joseph Wilson, b. April 21, 1789, at Hagerstown. Md.; d. Sept. 1. 1869, in Penn 
Twp., Allegheny Co., Pa. Bridget Kain, b. Dec. 3, 1795, near Philadelphia; d. March 
12, 1871. Penn Twp. 

f Note. — Wm. M. Donaldson, b. 17S7, in Ireland; d. May 18G7, in Allegheny Co., Pa. 
Mary Carroll, b. 1802; m. 1822; d. 1872, on the farm on which she was born in Alle- 
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VI— 490. JESSE M. MORRIS (John. Elizabeth, EHzabcth, John, 
John), b. Nov. 13. 1S34; m. CATHERINE WILSON Feb. 14, 1866. oi 
Penn Twp., Allegheny Co., Pa., dau. of William Wilson and Mary Ilirelv, b. 

1843- 

He enlisted in Com. A., 63rd. Pa. Vol. Inft., during the Civil War and 
was wounded at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. He has followed the pipe 
line and road building business and has been Commissioner of Roads. Ad- 
dress 7616 ]Mulford Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Issue : — 

1574. William John, b. Aug. 26, 18G7. 

1575. Charles Franklin, b. Aug. 8, 1869. 

1576. Mary Wilson, b. July 25, 1871. 

1577. Annie May, b. Aug. 9. 1S73. 

1578. Robert Louis, b. Oct. 15, 1875. 

1579. Martha Sampson, b. Aug. 12, 1879. ' • 

1580. Jessie Belle, b. Aug. 11, 1SS2. 

1581. Elsie Myrtle, b. June 28, 1885. 



VI— 491. SUSAN L. MORRIS (John, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. Aug. 4, 1836; m. PETER LIVENGOOD BAXNEN * Aug. 17. 
1871, son. of John and Fanny Bannen, b. Nov. 22, 1825; d. Aug. 12, 1902. 

He was a druggist; was in business in Verona, Allegheny Co., Pa., a 
number of years. Removed in 1900 to Bakcrstown, same Co., where he 
bought a store; here he died and she continued with a dau., Mary L., by his 
first wife. Issue: — 

1582. Lolo Ann, b. 1873; d. Nov. 15, 1894; unm. * . . 

1583. John Morris, b. 1875; d. Sept. 3, 1876. 

All buried ni ivit. Hope L-eiiicLciy, Allegheny Co., Pa. 

In an account of the life of P. L. Bannen it is stated that he was bom 
near Greenville, Ohio. At thirteen years he was employed following the 
tow-path of the Wabash and Erie Canal, and later he became the Boy Stage 
Coach Driver, plying between Plymouth, Logansport and La Porte, Ind. Ha 
then applied himself to the stuoy of medicine and migrated westward; he es- 
tablished a drug store at Salem, Iowa ; after remaining here several years he re- 
turned east and located at Veroiia, Pa., on the banks of the Allegheny river, 
and later removed to Bakerstov.n, Pa., where he died. His discoverv- of a 
valuable healing agent, which he called Neu-nab Ointment, has added a val- 
uable medicine to the people for the purpose? to which it is adapted. 



VI— 492. JOSEPH W^. MORRIS (John, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
Johii), b. Nov. 21, 1838; d. Aug. 20, 1886; unm. 



Note. — P. L. Bannen, by his first wife, had two children, 1 Jeptha G. Bannen, a 
clothing merchant of Verona, Pa., who m. Jennie James, and has two children, William 
J. and John L. Bannen. 2 Mary L. Bannen, who conducts the business left by her father 
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The foliowing account of his accidental death has been furnished by his 
sister: _ 

INSTANTLY KILLED. 
A Well Known Farmer Meets His Death In a Harvest Field. 
Yesterday afternoon about three o'clock Joseph W. Morris, a farmer residing in 
Fenn township, was instantly killed by the wheels of a wagon passing over his head. 
Mr. Morris was hauling in oats from the harvest field, and while standing on the wagon 
the horses took fright and started forward, throwing him to the ground in front o' the 
•wagon. The wheels passed over him, crushing his head. He was dead when his work- 
men came to his rescue. Mr. Morris was a highly respected citizen of that community 
and resided near Wildwood Park. He served in the war as a private in Company A, 
Sixty-third Regiment, and participated in some of the hardest battles under the com- 
mand of General Alex Hays. At the second battle of Bull Run he had three guns shat- 
tered in his hand. Mr. Morris was 46 years old. His remains will be interred on 
Sunday. 

VI— 493. GEORGE W. MORRIS (John, Elizabeth, EHzabeth, John, 
John), b. Sept. 19, 1840; d. March. 12, 1908; unm. He resided on the homg 
place and was a writer in the Commissioners' Office of Allegheny Co. Court 
House ; address, White Ash, Pa. 

VI— 494. BENJAMIN F. MORRIS (John 6), b. March 22, 1842; d. 
Aug. 7, 1845. 

VI— 495. CHARLES F. MORRIS (John, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. April 22, 1844; d. Oct. 30, 1862. 

He enlisted in Com. K., Ninth Pa. Vol. Inf. On account of his youth 
his brother secured his discharge and started him home, but he simply crossed 
the station platfonn and rejoined his regiment. He was wounded by a piece of 
shell at Fredericksburg and died of fever at Washington, D. C. He was bur- 
ied in the grounds of the Soldiers' Home near that city. 

Line of John^ John, Elizabeth^ Elizabeth. 

Ch. of Joseph Morris {No. 1^4) and Esther Entriken, born in Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 496. CAROLINE MORRIS, b. Sept. 23, 1821 ; d. Sept. 24, 1821. 

VI— 497. ANTHONY W. MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. Sept. 30, 1822; d. Dec. 2, 1907; m. EMELINE TWADELL 
Nov. 18, 1857, dau. of Wm. H. Twadell and Catharine Horter, of Birming- 
ham, Delaware Co., Pa., b. Mar. 25, 1S38. 

He was a farmer near Wagontown, Chester Co.. Pa., owning the farm 
formerly bought by his father. Issue : — 

1584. Joseph T., b. Nov. 18, 1858. 

1585. Catharine, b. Nov. 30, 1861. 

1586. Esther, b. Oct. 20, 1863. 

1587. William W., b. Sept. 30, 1865. ''' '• ' ^ ■*-• 

1588. Ella, b. Sept. 15. 1867. 

1589. Mary. b. Nov. 6, 1871. 

1590. Elizabeth Hortor, b. May 25, 1886. . ' 



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VI— 498. GEORGE W. MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b. Sept. 15, 1824; d. Feb. 24, 1857; unm. 

He lived on tlie farm with his fatlier. His two sisters living with him in 
a separate house from the homestead. 

VI— 499. CARPENTER MORRIS, b. Sept. 22, 1825; d. June 2y, 
1826. 



VI— 500. JOSEPH MORRIS, JR., b. Feb. 19, 1827; d. Aug. 11, 1833. 
after his parents' removal from Dilworthtown ; buried at Ercildoun Mtg. 



VI— 501. EMILY MORRIS, b. May 17, 1828; d. Sept. 2, 1830; buried 
at Concord Mtg. 

VI— 502. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. Dec. 15, 1830; d. July 22, 1868; unm. 

He kept a store at Conshohocken, Montgomery Co., Pa., and lost his life 
by being burned. He went into the cellar to get something after night, and 
the gas that had generated from coal oil that had leaked from the vessel it 
was in took fire, causing an explosion, which burned him so severely as to 
cause his death in a short time. 

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VI— 503. HANNAH ANN MORRIS (Joseph. EHzabeth, Elizabeth. 
John, John), b. 6 mo. 29, 1832; d. Dec. 6, 1887; m. ELISHA L. PHIPPSi 
1896 ( ?), son of John Phipps and Jane Lewis. 

He was a farmer with residence near Ercildoun, Chester Co., Pa, About 
1901 he went to the West and not heard of afterwards. 

Issue : — 

1591. John, b. April 20, 1870; d. Mar. 29. 1899. 

1592. Esther, b. Nov. 7, 1872; d. May 28, 1903. 

1593. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 15, 1876; d. Jan. 20, 1905. • • . , _ 

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VI— 504. SAMUEL MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Elizabeth. John, 
John), b. 7 mo. 26, 1834; d. 9 mo. 23, 1881 ; m. RUTHANNA WHITE i 
mo. 16, 1870, dau. of John White and Ruthanna Gregg, of New Garden, b. 
June 13, 1848. 

He was a farmer, at one time on the homestead, and afterwards near Un- 
ionville. His family has resided in Coatesville, Pa. 

Issue: — 

1594. Joshua, b. 8-24-1871; d. 4-6-1872. 

1595. John W., b. 2-12-1873. 

1596. Joseph S., b. 1-12-1875; d. 5-9-1900; unm. 

1597. Mary Anna, b. 12-8-1S76. 

1598. Eva H., b. 12-19-1878. .. v • . -' ' 

1599. Samuel W., b. 9-26-1881. 



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VI— 505. ^L^RY JANE MORRIS (Joseph. Elizabeth, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. i mo. i, 1836; m. JONATHAN STYER 11 mo. 10, 1870. 
son of Stephen Styer and Jane Jones, b. i mo. 17, 1S16; d. i mo. 14, 1908. 

He was a farmer near Port Kennedy, but finally retired to Norristown, 
both in Montgomery Co., Pa. No issue. 



VI— 506. JOSEPH ELLWOOD MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Eliza- 
beth, John, John), b. Mar. iS, 1838: d. Dec. 22, IQ05, in Sadsburyvillc; bur- 
ied at Octoraro Cemetery; m. BARBARA A. ANDES Jan. 7, 1869. dau. of 
Martin Andes and Elizabeth Beltz, b. Jan. 8, 1849. 

He had a farm in Sadsbury, Chester Co., Pa. Her address, Sadsbury- 
villc. Pa. Issue : — 

1600. John Andes, b. Nov. 5, 1869. 

1601. Joseph Martin, b. Aug. 11. 1872. 

1602. Herman B., b. Jan. — , 1S81. 

1603. A, Wayne, b. Oct. 2. 1885. 

1604. Ivan S., b. Oct. 25, 1890. 



VI— 507. ESTHER E. MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, 
John), b, Dec. 16, 1839. Resides 117 East Magnolia St., West Chester, Pa, 
She has furnished verv material information for this work. 



VI— 508. JOHN ALFRED MORRIS (Joseph. Elizabeth, Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. May 17, 1842; d. Mar. 11, 1863. 

He was in the marine service of the U. S. on board the ship Juniata. He 
died of sickness; buried at Ercildoun IMtg. 



VI— 509. WILLIAM HENRY MORRIS (Joseph, Elizabeth, Eliza- 
beth, John, John)j b, Nov. 26, 1844; d. Jan, 25, 1876; m. SARAH ELLIS 
Feb. II, 1873, dau. of Joseph Ellis and Susan Thomas, b. 1847 ( ?)• 

They resided near Plymouth ]\Ieeting, ^Montgomery Co., Pa. No chil- 
dren. He was a clerk for Allen Wood & Co., for some time, then in a store 
at Conshohocken with his brother, and finally a real estate agent. His widow 
m. second Andrew Reynolds, 1900. 

Line OF John, John, Martha, John. '• 

Ch. of Jacob Chamherlin {No. 7j?p) and Rebecca Taylor. Probably born in 
East Bradford, Chester Co., Pa, 

VI— 510. JOSEPH CHA:^IBERLIN (lacob, John, Martha. John, 
I John), b. Feb. 26, 1803; d. July 2, 1840: m. SARAH COVINGTON Feb. 
I, 1827, in West Chester, Pa., dau. of Joseph Covington and Rachel Scott, b. 
Oct. 10, 1806; d. Oct. — 1881. 

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erection of buildings or machinery for a company in Philadelphia, and died 
whilst there. He was buried in tlie cemetery for foreign residents. 

Sarah m. second husband, John Crawford, who has been extensively en- 
gaged in the running of stage-coaches. Resided at Andora, Twenty-first ward, 
Philadelphia, Pa. She was buried at Roxboro Presbyterian Church. 

His children were: — 

1605. Caroline Frances, b. Nov. 27, 1827; d. Aug. 6, 1906. 

1606. Williami Callahan, b. June 16, 1S30. . ' 



VI— 511. ^lARY ANN CHA^IBERLIN (Jacob, John, :Martha, John, 
John), b. July 3. 1S05; d. Sept. 2y, 1835; m AMASA FIXXEY about 182S. 

He came from New York State, and after their marriage removed to 
Grafton, Mo,, where they died. No children. 



VI— 512. TAYLOR CHAMBERLIN (Jacob. John, Martha, John, 
John), b. Jan. 19, 1807; d. May 2. 1889; m.'PHEBE GRAY Mar. 4, 1836, 
dau. of William Gray and Mary Gibbons, b. Mar. 14, 1808; d. Mar. 14, 1871 ; 
both buried in Mt. Peace Cemetery. 

Resided at 1325 Otis St., Philadelphia, Pa. Issue: — 

1607. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 1, 1837; d. Aug. 4, 1839. 

1608. Rebecca Jaue, b. Sept. 29, 1840. 

1609. Jacob, b. Mar. 10, 1844; d. May 25, 1847. ' • ' 



VI— 513. BENJAMIN CHAMBERLIN (Jacob, John, Martha, John, 
John), b. Mar. 12, 1809; d. I^Iay 19. 1874; m. ELIZA HOSKINS Oct. 20, 
183 1, daughter of Joseph Hoskins and Llannah Brinton, b. Oct. 14, 1809; died 
Sept. 13, 1862; both buried in Riverviev.- Cemetery. 

He lost his sight. Resided in Wilmington, Del. Issue: — 

1610. Hannah H., b. Aug. 23, 1S33; d. Dec. 2, 1S92. 

1611. Titus, b. June 7, 1S36; d. Sept. 8, 1909. 

1612. Joseph E., b. Feb. 14, 1838; d. April 14, 1909. • • •• . ■ • •. 

1613. Jacob, b. Feb. 26, 1842. 

1614. Eliza Ann, b. July 4, 1S44. 

1615. Rosaletta, b. April 4, 1848. 



VI— 514. TITUS CHAMBERLIN (Jacob, John, Martha, John, John), 
b. May 14, 181 1 ; d. Nov. 10, 1834; unm. 

He was a carpenter, and lo?t his life by falling from the roof of Ellis P. 
Marshall's house in Concord, Delaware Co., Pa., which he and another man 
were at the time engaged in repairing. They had a pole lengthways of the 
roof, and fastened at each end by a rope to the peak, and whilst at work tha 
end at which he was became unfastened, precipitating him to the ground, 
causing his death in a short time. 

VI— 515. ELIZA D. CHAMBERLIiN (Jacob, John. Martha, John, 



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John), b. Sept. 12, 1S13; d. Oct 2, 1863; m. EDWIN SEAL April 30, 1835, 
son of Eli Seal and Mary Hannnm, b. Oct. 31, 1813: d. June 8, 1881. '. 

Resided at Unionvilie, Chester Co.. Pa. Lssue; — 

1616. Titus C. b. Feb. 17, 1S36; d. Sept. 14, 1S72. 

1617. Franklin H., b. Feb. 16, 1839; d. Aug. 16. 1843. 

1618. Jesse, b. Oct. 4, 1844. 

1619. Anna, b. Jan. 28, 1847; d. 1853. 

1620. Henry, b. Dec. 11, 1850; d. Aug. 23, 1906. 

1621. Anna Lucy, b. May 6, 1856. 



VI— 516. THOMAS CHAMBERLIX (Jacob. John. Martha, John, 
John), b. April 28, 1815: d. Aug. 13, 1899; m. ANNA E. JEFFERIS June 
8, 1837, dau. of. Che\-ney Jefferis and Maria Hatton, b. 12 mo. 13, 1814; d. 
10 mo. 21, 1853. 

M. second, ESTEIER DAVIS. 1866. She d., but date not given. 

M. third, EMMA GANTZ Sbe d. May 25. 1895. 

He removed to Columbus, O., where he was foreman in a railroad repair 
shop for several years ; then removed to Westboro, Clinton Co., O., where he 
and third wife died and were buried. 

Ch. by first wife: — 

1622. Cheyney J., b. Jan. 7, 1838. 

1623. Mary A., b. Feb. 8, 1840. 

Ch. by second wife: — ^ _ 

1624. (a) Joseph J. ■ 

1624. (b) Etta B., b. 1872. 

Ch. by third wife: — 

1625. Arthur P. 

1626. Eliza. 



VI— 517. BERTHA K. CHAMBERLIN (Jacob, lohn, Martha. John, 
John), b. Oct. 7, 1817; d. Mar. 2. 1901 : m. THOMAS F. LEONARD Oct. 
12, 1842, son of Timothy Leonard and Susanna Terence, b. Jan. 8, 1813; d. 
Jan. 22, 1858, in Philadelphia; both buried in West Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

For some time her residence was Bryn ?^Iawr, in charge of a large R. R. 
Hotel. Issue : — 

1627. Susanna, b. July 22, 1843; d. April 17, 1847. 

1628. Virginia L., b. Nov. 15, 1844. ;.,-•, ■ i '• - ' ; 

1629. Thomas T., b. Oct. 25, 1847. 

1630. William P., b. Dec. 20, 1849; d. Nov. 10, 1S71; unm. 

1631. Jacob Chamberlin, b. Feb. 8, 1851. 



VI— 518. MARTHA JANE CHAMBERLIN (Jacob, John, Martha. 
John, John), b. May 13. 1820. Greene Co., O. ; d. Dec. 6, 1908; bur. in Green 
Mount Ceip.ctery; m. JONATHAN GHEEN Sept. i, 1842, her cousin (See 
No. 537). 



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After his death she purchased the liouse formerly owned by her parents 
in which slie Hved many years, and later moved to 23 East Miner St., West 
Chester, Pa. 

Their children were: — 

1632. Williamanna C, b. July 27. 1843; d. Aug. 5, 1846. 

1633. Levi W., b. July 28. 1846. 

1634. Arthur P., b. Jan. 26. 1859. 



VI— 519. ISAAC T. CHAMBERLIX (Jacob, John. Martha, John. 
John), b. :May 9, 1822; d. Sept. 6, 1904; m. ELIZABETH T. DIXON July 
23, 1S56, dau. of Jesher H. Dixon and Mary Taylor, b. 1830; d. July 24, 1899. 

He was a merchant and dealer in leather at 1 1 1 \V. Fourth street, Wil- 
mington, Del., iroin 1850 to 1876; then sold out and removed to Hockessin, 
Del., where they both died and were buried. 

Issue : — 

1635. Dixon, d. in infancy. 

1636. Mary D., b. Feb. 25, 1861. ; 

1637. Isaac Henry, b, Oct. 25, 1866. 



VI— 520. A. PAOIER CHAMBERLIX (Jacob. John, Martha, 
John, John), b. Aug. 26. 1824; d. circa 1877 ( ?) ; m. .MARGARET DAVIS 
June 12, 1866, dau. of John and Kittie Davis, b. Dec. 18, 1843. 

He removed from W'est Chester, Pa., to Worthington, X^oble Co., Minn. 

Issue : — 

1638. Arthur Leonard, b. Feb. 18, 1867. 

1639. Kittie Bertha, b. Aug. 24, 1869; d. Sept. 21, 1872. 

1640. Beatrice R., b. Dec, 3, 1873. ' . 

No further information found. 



VI— 521. CHARLOTTE T. CHAMBERLIX (Jacob, John, Martha, 
John, John), b. Feb. 6, 1828; d. Sept. — , 189S: m. WTLMER WORTH- 
INGTOX ]\Iar. 11, 1852, son of John Worthington and Rachel Mattson, b. 
Aug. II, 1828; d. July 5, 1862. He was buried at Oakland and she at Bir- 
mingham. They resided in West Qiester, Pa. Xo issue. 

Ch. of Titiis Chamberlin {N'o. 140) and Jane Cheyncy. Probably born in 

Westtown Twp. 

VI— 522. ELIZABETH CHAMBERLIX (Titus. John, ^lartha. lohn. 
John), b. circa 1805 or 6 ( ?) ; d. 3 mo. — , 1841 ; m. ISAAC HICKLIX 9 
mo. 18, 1830, son of Thomas Hicklin and Phebe Woodrow. of Chester Co., 
Pa., b. 5 mo. II, 1809; d. i mo. 15, 1859. 

He was a miller. They removed from Xew Garden, Chester Co., to East 



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Brandywine, Chester Co., where Elizabeth died. Isaac removed to Centre Co. 
Pa., and d. at Unionville, in that county. 

Issue: — • . 

1641. Arav. b. 1-5-1831; d. 1-28-1831. 

1642. EnoB T., b. 1-21-1532; d. 3-24-1904. 

1643. Chej-ney, b. 12-6-1833; d. 8-21-1836. 

1644. Phebe Jane, b. 3-20-1S36; d. 4-31-1899. 

1645. Isaac, Jr., b. 6-7-1S37; d. 9-10-1S37. 

1646. Elizabeth, Jr., b. 6-10-1S3S; d. 9-10-1S38. 

1647. Rachel A., b. 5-28-1840; d. 10-28-1S99. 



VI— 523. JOSEPH CHAMBERLIN (Titus, John. Martha, John, 
John), b. 7 mo. 6. 1808; d. 7 mo. 15, 1852: m. RACHEL WRIGHT 5 mo. 
2, 1830, dau. of John Wright and Letitia Eastwick, b. 3 mo. 12, 1813; d. 11 
mo. 19, 1874. 

They resided in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Pa. After his death 
Rachel removed to West Chester, where she died. He was buried at Ne\v 
Garden Meeting and she at Green Mount Cemetery. 

Their children were: — 

1648. Lctltia Jane, b. Dec. 20, 1833; d. Nov. 17, 1842. 

1649. Henrietta, b. Dec. 20, 1835. 

1650. Titus, b. May 1, 1838; d. June 27, 1864. 

1651. John, b. Mar. 1, 1841. 

1652. Elizabeth Jane, b. April 22. 1843. ~ ■ 

1653. Marian, b. Jan. 8, 1845. 

1654. Phebe Ann, b. May 14, 1847. 

1655. Cheyney H., b. Feb. 15. 1850. 

1656. Josephine, b. Sept. 4, 1852. • • 



Ch. of Hannah Chaaiberlin {No. 141) and Jonathan Ghecn, probably bom in 

East Goshen. 



VI— 524. AMY GHEEN (Hannah. John. Martha, John. John), b. July 
24, 1808; d. April I. 1S8S: m. MORGAN MASSEY Dec. 28. 1828. son of 
Joseph Massey and Sarah ^lorgan, b. Xov. 11, 1806; d. May 30, 18S6; botH 
buried at Goshen Mtg. He w^as a farmer owning a farm near East Glen- 
lock, Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue: — 

1657. Sarah Jane, b. Oct. 27, 1829. 

1658. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 26, 1831; d. June 2, 1890. 

1659. Hannah Gheen, b. Oct. 15. 1839. 

1660. John G.. b. May 9, 1844. 



VI— 525. SUSAN GHEEN (Hannah, John, Martha. John, John), b. 
Sept. 4, 1809; d. Aug. I, 1892; m. WILLIAM MORGAN, son of John 
Morgan and Mary King, b. Nov. 19, 1803; d. Feb. 15, 1887; both buried at 
Goshen Mtg. 



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He owned and resided on a farm near Goshenville, Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

1661. Amy. b. Oct. 31, 1S30. 

1662. Hannah Mary. 

1663. Sarah Jane. 

1664. John, b. circa, 1S37; d. in infancy 1837. 

1665. J. Gheen, b. Aug. 9, 1839. 

1666. Emma Wllmer, b. Sept. 7, 1840. 



VI— 526. JOHN W. GHEEN (Hannah. John. Martha. John, John). 
b. Aug. 2T„ 1812; d. April 10, 1S40; m. ELIZAi3ETH PEARSON Feb. 15, 
1838, dau. of John Pearson and Jane Jones, b. Jan. 12, 1814. 

She m. a second husband, Abraham Rambo. They resided in West 
Chester, 

Issue : — 
1667. Jonathan R., b. Dec. 23, 1838; d. June 30, 1866. 



VI— 527. SIDNEY H. GHEEN (Hannah -^), b. Feb. 15, 1818; d: 
Mar. 6, 1818. 



Ch. of Elizabeth Chamherlin (No, 142) and Samuel Dains. 

VI— 528. REUBEN DAVIS (Elizabeth, John. Martha, Tohn. John), 
b. March 12, 1804; d. Jan. 22, 1835; m. ELIZABETH COURTNEY Oct. 
14, 1830; b. May 13, 1810; d. Feb. 28, 1879. 

Resided at Lexington, Richland Co., O. 

Children : — ■ 

1668. Almira A., b. Nov. 1831; d. March — , 1858. 

1669. Elizabeth M., b. April. — . 1835. 



VI— 529. AMOS DAVIS (same line), b. Dec. 30, 1805; d. June 19, 
1868; m. RACHEL MEREDITH .May 4, 1827. 

M. second, Taylor. Children : — 

1670. Lloyd J. Davis. •'^ .. i ' 

1671. Rebecca A. Davis. 

1672. Elizabeth J. Davis. 

1673. Samuel M. Davis. 

1674. John M. Davis. 

1675. Albert C. Davis. 

1676. Eliza A. Davis. ,, , , 

1677. Amos Davis, Jr. !' - 



VI— 530. JOHN DAVIS (Elizabeth, John, Martha, John, John), b. 



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Oct. 4, 1809; d. Oct. 1, 1S68; m. MARY McCLURE Oct 31, 1834; b. Jan. 
12, 1S12; d. Jan. 7, 1895. 

Resided in Morrow Co., Ohio. Children : — 

1678. Tacy Ann, b. Sept. 13, 1S35. 

1679. Thomas C. b. Oct. 13, 1S37; d. Feb. 13, 1902. 
16S0. Reuben, b. Aug. 29, 1839; d. Feb. 22, 1902. 

1681. Sarah Elizabeth, b. June 30, 1S41. 

1682. Egbert J., b. Oct. 8, 1843; d. April —, 1904. 

1683. Phebe Rebecca, b. Sept. 22, 1S45. 

1684. Allen Abner. b. Sept. 7, 1S47. 

1685. John Gilbert, b. Nov. 29, 1850. 

1686. Charles McClure, b. Dec. 25, 1S53; d. Aug. 20, 1904. 

1687. Samuel Riley, b. Aug. 9, 1856. 



VI— 531. WILLIAM DAVIS fsame line), b. Nov. 17, 1812; d. Sept. 
15, 1844: m. ELIZABETH MITCHELL Eeb. 25, 1836. 
Resided in Morrow Co., O. 

Children : — 

1688. Addison. 

1689. Isaac J. 

1690. Rachel. 

1691. William Henry, d. at 18 years. 

1692. Mary Ann. 



VI— 532. SAMUEL DAVIS, JR. (same line), b. Feb. 20, 1815; d. 
July ^o. 1864; m. HANNAH YOUNG Feb. 21, 1839. Removed to Sauk 
Co., Wis. 

Children : — 

1693. Mary, deceased. 

1694. John, deceased. 

1695. Aaron Y., deceased. ' - 1 

1696. Henry. 

1697. Elmon. 

1698. Tacy. 

1699. Silas, deceased. 



VI— 533- TACY ANN DAVIS (Elizabeth 5, same line), b. Dec. 17, 
181 7; d. in infancy. 



VI— 534. ELIZA A. DAVIS (Elizabeth 5, same line), b. Ian. 12, 1820; 
d. May 31, 1899; m. JOHN MOUNT Oct. 28, 185 1. 

After his death m. second, JOHN MARSHALL Nov. 3, 1857. 

Resided at Corsica, Morrow Co., Ohio. Reported to have had one child 
by John Mount, but name not given, and probably died in infancy as her 
brother wrote she left no children. 

VI— 535. HENRY P. DAVIS (Elizabeth. John. Martha. lohn, John), 
b. Nov. 30, 1822; d. Mar. — , 1908; m. LOUISA F. BRUCK Nov. 9,' 1852, 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 153 



at Mansfield, Ohio., dau. of William Bruck and Catherine Leeds. She was 
b. Oct. 8, 1 83 1, at Lisbon, O. 

They resided in Mansfield, Ricldand Co., O., of which place he was for 
some years postmaster. He was an Attorney-at-Law with office in Carpen- 
ter Block and residence at No. 12 South ^Mulberry St. 

Children : — 

1700. Llllie May, b. July 13. 1854; d. May 5, 1885. 

1701. Henry Leeds, b. Oct. 7, 1857. 

Ch. of Mary Chamberlin {No. J./5) a)id Levi Ghcen, all born in Goshen, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa. 

VI— 536. TITUS \V. GHEEN (Marv, John. Martha, John. John), b. 
Oct. 14, 1810; d. Oct. — , iSSS; m. MARTHA ATKLXS May 2. 1833. 
dau. of William Atkins and Susanna Dowlin, b. Jan. 14, 1806; d. Nov. i, 
1876; both buried in Wilmington & Brandy wine Cemetery. 

He was a harness-maker by trade, but later in the sash, door, etc., manu- 
facturing trade. Resided in W"ilmington, Delaware. 

Issue: — 

1702. John Wesley, b. June, 18, 1834: d. Feb. 6, 1906. 

1703. Morgan M., b. July 24, 1836; d. April 16, 1S65. 

1704. Nathan, b. Jan. 25, 1838. 
1706. Susanna D., b. Nov. 1, 1842. 

1706. Jacob J., b. April 9, 1844; d. Oct. 7, 1867. . _ ' ., 



VI— 537. JONATHAN GHEEN (^^lary, John, Martha. John, John), 
b. Nov. 14, 181 1 ; d. Nov. 9, i860; m. MARTHA JANE CHAMBERLIN 
Sept. I, 1842 (See No. 518). 
, They resided in East Goshen, Chester Co., Pa. 

See further record under her name. 



VI— 538. PALTRIER GHEEN (Marv. John, Martha. John. John), b. 
April 6, 1814; d. Sept. 2^, 1868; m. MARY EVANS May it. 1S36. b. Mar. 
I, 1819; d. July I, 1883, sister to Martha (See No. 542). with whom she 
resided after Palmer's death. Both buried at Wilmington, Del. 

Issue, the first four born in Wilmington, the next two at Harmony Mills, 
Del., and the last in Goshen, Chester Co., Pa. : — 

1707. Elwood Daly, b. Mar. 4, 1838; d. Feb. — , 1839. " ' 

1708. Charles Henr>', b. Feb. 2, 1840; d. Dec. 17, 1898. 

1709. William Alfred, b. Mar 25, 1842; d. Oct. — , 1848. 

1710. Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. — , 1847; d. July — , 1854. 

1711. Lydia, b. Aug. 20, 1852; d. May — , 1866. 

1712. James Brlnkley, b. Aug. 23, 1854; d. Mar. 1859. 

1713. Malinda, b. Oct. — , 1859; d. July — , 1867. 



VI— 539. LYDIA GHEEN (Marv, John, Martha, John, John), b. Aug. 
31, 1815; d. April 24, 1850; m. JOHN McCAULEY 1834, son of Hugh Mc- 
Cauley and Margaret Means, b. July 29, 1804; d. Sept. 11, 1889. 



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Twins. 



Hugli McCauley emigrated from Ariiiagli, Ireland, in 1798; lie lived in 
Concord, Delaware Co., Pa., and his son, John, was born there. The latter, 
after his marriage, resided in several locahiiei. He was a farmer in Chester 
Co. until 1843, then manager of iron works in Dauphin Co.; also at Shick- 
shinny, Luzerne Co., where Lydia died and was buried at Berwick, Pa. He 
was afterward for some time in Washington, D. C, but later came to West 
Chester, where he died and was buried at Oakland Cemetery. 

Issue : — 

1714. Elizabeth, b. April 13, 1S25; d. July 23. 190S. \ 

1715. Margaret, b. April 13, 15^35; d. Sept. 23, ls3S. | 

1716. Levi Gbeen, b. Sept. 2, 1S37. 

1717. William Cooper, b. May 6, 1839; d. Jan. 3, 1902. 

1718. Mary Gheen, b. 1S40; d. 1S54. 

1719. John Roberts, b. 1842. 

1720. James Neal, b. 1S44; d. May 9, 1S81, 

1721. A. C. Bayard, b. 1S46; deceased. 

1722. Freeman H., b. 1S4S; deceased. 

1723. Charles Henry, b. Mar. — , 1851; d. 1854. 



VI— 540. ELIZABETH GHEEN (Mary, John, Martha, John, John), 
b. Sept. 21, 1817; d. April 5, 18S5; bur. at Goshen Mtg. ; m. JAMES Mc- 
COLLOUGH June 4. 1875, son of Addison ^sicCollough and Sarah Wright, 
b. Jan. 16, 1837. 

He enlisted in Com. E., 9th Reg. Pa. \'ol., during Civil War 3 mos; 
then in Com. G, 7th Reg. Pa. Reserves. Transferred to 45th Reg. 2d. Bat. 
Vet. Reserve Corps^ and again to Com. ¥, 21st. Reg. Vet. Reserves; was in 
the service over 4 years. Pie was engineer for some years at West Chester 
Pa. Normal School. AKvays resided in or near West Chester, Pa. 



VI— 541. TAYLOR GHEEN (Mary, John, Martha, John, John), b. 
Feb. 3, 1820; d. April 22, 1S90; m. MARY S. KIMES Sept. — , 1S57, dau. 
of David Kimes and Mary March, b. 1836; d. April 29, 1865; both bur. at 
Goshen IMtg. 

M. second, MARY JANE BAILEY Dec. 27, 1870, dau. of William 
Bailey and Elizabeth Patterson, b. Dec. 29, 1830. 

Her address, 214 W. Barnard St., West Chester, Pa. 

He was a farmer and resided on his farm near Goshenville, Chester Co., 
Pa. Issue by first wife only: — 

1724. Phineas Pratt, b. Feb. 1, 1860. 

1725. Hannah Mary, b. May 11, 1862. 



VI— 542. JACOB GHEEN (Mary, John, Martha, John. John), b. Jan. 
15, 1822; d. circa, 1895; m. MARTHA EVANS Oct. — , 1850, dau. of Na- 
than Evans and Elizabeth Slim, b. Oct. — , 1S24. She was a sister to Mary, 
his brother Palmer Gheen's wife. Jacob was a merchant with store on ^Mar- 
ket St., West Philadelphia, Pa. No issue. •" 



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Ch. of Palmer Chaviberlin {No. 1^0) and Alice Pyle. 

VI— 543. JOHN CHAMBERLIN, b. 10 mo. 4, 1834; d. 2 mo. 17, 

1837. 

VI— 544. ROBERT P. CHAxMBERLIN (Palmer, John, Martha, John, 
John), b. 7 mo. 10, 1836; d. 11 mo. 25, 1864; m. MARY B. MEREDITH 
2 mo. 15, 1861, dau. of Daniel Meretlith and Jane Darhngion; b. 2 mo. 7, 
1840; d. 4 mo. 15, 1909. 

Resided on his father's farm. After his death Mary removed to her par- 
ents, West Chester, Pa. She m. ag^ain Col. Henry H. Hall 3 mo. 4, 1883, 
and they lived in Brooklyn, X. Y., where he died. She returned to 
West Chester, Pa. ; both buried at Birmingham. 

Robert had child : — 

1726. Herbert, b. 1-27-1S62; d. 1-19-1873. 

VI— 545. HANNAH J. CHAMBERLIN (Palmer, John, Martha, 
John, John), b. 10 mo. 21, 1838. 

She resides at the homestead of her parents in West Chester, Pa. 

VI— 546. SARAH ADELAIDE CHAMBERLIN (Palmer. John, 
Martha, John, John), b. 10 mo. 4, 1840; m. HENRY' C. DURNALL 6 mo. 
14, 1883, by Friends' ceremony, son of Joseph Durnall* and Sarah Baily, b. 2 
mo. II, 1849. 

No children. They resided same as last above. 

Line of John, John, Martha, Hannah. 
Ch. of William Clark {No. i^j) and Elizabeth Hazvley. 
VI— 547. MARY CLARK, b. June 8. 1797; d. July 2, 1798. 

VI— 548. HANNAH CLARK (William, Hannah. IMartha. John, 
John), b. Jan. 4, 1799; d. Sept. 11, 1883; m. JACOB McAFEE May 20,, 
1821, son of Joseph McAfee and Jane Pyle, b. Mar. 27, 1798; d. Dec. 28, 
1852; both buried in Morris Cemetery. 

They removed to Phoenixville one year before his death, where she 
continued to reside. Issue : — 

1727. Elizabeth C, b. Feb. 8, 1822; d. March — , 1904. 

1728. Anna Maria, b. Nov. 27, 1823. 

1729. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 18, 1825; d. Dec. 10. 1903. 

1730. Lydia. b. Dec. 30, 1827. 

1731. William C. b. Sept. 9, 1830; d. Nov. 28, 1898. 

1732. Joseph, b. May 20, 1832; d. 1858. 

1733. Matilda C, b. Aug. 9, 1840. 



Note. — Joseph, a son of Aaron Durnall and Rebecca Starr; Sarah, a dau. of Reuben 
Bally and Elizabeth Bartrara, dau. of Benjamin B.irtram and Elizabeth Hum, of Darby, 
Pa., and Reuben, a son of Joshua Baily and Ann Jackson. 



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VI— 549. JEPTHA CLARK (William, Hannah, Martha, John, John), 
b. Aug. 4, 1800; d. April 12, 1838; m. MARGARET MEGUIRE July 24, 
1823. dau. of Thomas ^^leguire and Catharine Reese, b. Feb. 14, 1798; d. 
Sept. 10, 1 88 1. 

Resided at Coatesville, Chester Co., Pa. After his death the family re- 
moved to Phoenixville. Issue : — 

1734. William M., b. April 30, 1S24; d. Oct. 25, 1906. 

1735. Thomas M., b. Sept. 30, 1S25; d. Nov. 21, 1SS2. 

1736. Isaac, b. May 1, 1S27; d. Mar. — , 1S28. 

1737. Isaac P., b. Aug. 25, 182S; d. Nov. 17, 1860. 

1738. Joseph B., b. Aug. 15, 1830. 

1739. George W., b. Mar. 3, 1S32. 

1740. Jesse C. b. Dee. 30, lb33; d. Oct. 12, 1S72. 

1741. Marshall D., b. Oct. 10, 1S35; d. July 10, 1901. 

1742. EUzab€th, b. Nov. 23, 1837. 



VI— 550. MARY CLARK (William. Hannah, ^lartha, John, John), 
b. Oct. 18, 1S03; d. Aug-. I, 1836; m. JOHN FOSTER, son of Thomas Fos- 
ter and Leah ( ?). 

They removed to the West and but little known further of them. The 
following- names of their children given : — 

1743. William. 

1744. Elizabeth. 

1745. Lyburn. '• 

1746. Lewis. " 



VI— 551. ANN CLARK (William, Flannah, Martha^ John, John), b. 
Mar. 5, 1806; d. ^vlar. 29, 18S5; m. ^lAJOR PHILIP REYBOLD Dec. 28, 
1853, of Delaware City, Del., son of John Reybold. He d. Feb. 28, 1854, 
aged about seventy years. Xo ch. 

After his death she resided in Philadelphia. He was a steamboat Cap- 
tain and the boat "Alajor Reybold", of the Salem line, was named in appre- 
ciation of his honorable record. Ann was his second wife. 

VI— 552. LYDIA CLARK (William. Hannah. Martha, John. John). 
b. Feb. 12, 1808; d. Aug. 2. 1875; m. JOHN SHEXEMAX, son of Benja- 
min Shcneman and Susan ( ?), d. May 28, 1869, in his sixty-first year. 

No further account received. 



VI— 553. T^IATILDA CLARK (William, Hannah, Martha. Tohn, 
John), b. Mar. 18, 1.810; d. Xov. 9, 1886; m. ADAM H. PICKLE Oct. — , 
1844, son of Adam Pickle and Sarah Howard, b. July — , 1824; d. July 12, 
1862. They resided in Phoenixville, Pa., and were buried there. 

Issue : — 

1747. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1846; d. Dec. 24, 1887; unm. 

1748. Adam Howard, b. 1848; d. a few days old. 

1749. Mary Ann, b. Mar. — . 1S50; d. 6 mos. old. 

1750. Mary Clark, b. June 16, 1852. 



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VI— 554. WILLIAM HAWLEY CLARK (William, Plannah. Mar- 
tha. John, John. b. April 2, 1813: (1. Jan. 26, 1886; m. MARY WOODWARD 
April 16, 183S, dau. of William W. Woodward and Hannah Brown, of Wil- 
mington, Del., b. Feb. 14, 181 6. d. July 25, 1S87 ( ?). 

They resided on th.eir farm on the I^ncaster turnpike, immediately west 
of Coatesville, Chester Co., Pa., to which town they furnished milk; both 
buried in Coatesville Cemetery. 

Issue : — 

1751. William H., b. Jan. 25, 1840; d. July 30, 1864. 

1752. James Y., b. April IS, 1S42. 

1753. Jeptha, b. Oct. 4, 1845. 

1754. Daniel, b. Aug. 4, 1S47; d. Sept. 25, 1851. 

1755. Lewis P., b. Jan. 4, 1850. 

1756. Hannah E., b. Jan. 11, 1852. 

1757. Daniel (2d), b. Feb. 18, 1859. 

Cii. of Lydia Clark (No. 154) and Francis M. Way. 

VI— 555. ISAAC WAY" (Lydia, Hannah. ^lartha, John, John), b. Aug. 
18, 1795; d. June 19, 1823; m. NANXY" DULLER. 

He and his brotlier Joseph went to New Orleans in the spring of 1823, 
and they both probably died of the cholera, which prevailed there during that 
summer, as they were not heard from except the date of his death. 

Issue : — 

1758. John. 



VI— 556. HANNAH WAY (Lydia, Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 
April 30, 1797; d. Aug. 6, 1854; m. JACOB WYLY Mar. — , 1818, son of 
Jacob Wyly and Maria Dally, b. Dec. 17, 1794; d. July 15, 1870. He and 
brother John were soldiers in the war of 181 2. 

They resided near and in Carmichaels, Greene Co., Pa. The elder Ja- 
cob Wyly emigrated from Adair Co.. Irelai'd. and Maria his wife came from 
Whitside, London, England, but they were m. in this countr}-. He was a 
soldier in the Revolutionary War. 

Issue: — :.' ^ .. 

1759. Lydia A., b. Sept. 22, 1818; d. June 24, 1881. '' • ' '' 

1760. Maria, b. Jan. 22, 1821; d. Aug. 4, 1903. 

1761. George L., b. 1822; d. Aug. — , 1898. 

1762. Ida, b. 1825. 

1763. Sarah, b. Oct. 25, 1828; d. Oct. 5, 1894. 

1764. Elizabeth Styne, b. Dec. 30, 1S30. 

1765. Hannah J., b. June 17, 1838; d. Sept. 26, 1861. 

1766. Jacob L., b. July 17, 1840. 

1767. Miranda. diPd in her first year. 

1768. Solon, d. six mos. old. 

1769. B. F.. d. nine days old. 



VI— 557. JOSEPH WAY (Lydia, Plannah, Martha, John. John), b. 
Oct. 5, 1799; d. summer of 1823; unm. Went to New Orleans with his 
brother Isaac (See No. 555). 



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VI— 558. ROBERT WAV, b. Aug;. 15, 1801 ; d. Oct. 5, 1826; uum. 
VI— 559. SOLON WAY, b. July 2^, 1803; d. July 22, 1833; unra. 



VI— 560. MILTON WAY (Lydia, Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 
Oct. 28, 1805; d. June 22, 1837; m. ELIZABETH FREE. 
They resided in Uniontown, Fayette Co., Pa. No ch. 

VI— 561. ABRAHAM C. WAY (Lydia, Hannah, Martha, John. 
John), b. Nov. 25, 1S07; d. Oct 12, 1859; m. ALICE TFIISTLETHWAITE 
April 4, 1833, dau. of Richard Thistlethwaite and Ellen Komnes, b. Oct. 24, 
1804; d. Sept 3, 1893. 

He lived and died near Carmichaels, Green Co., Pa. After his death 
Alice lived with her son at Shreve, Wayne Co., O. 

(Richard and Ellen emigrated from England in 1819, landed at Philadel- 
phia in October, and in a month removed to Brownsville, Washington Co., 
Pa.) 

The ch. of Abraham and Alice were: — 

1770. Elizabeth, b. June 19, 1834; d. Feb. 24. 1868. 

1771. Ellen, b. Oct. 7, 1S35; d. Mar. 27, 1865. - 

1772. Clark B., b. Feb. 23, 1840. 

1773. Richard T.. b. Feb. 18, 1843; d. July 1, 1864. 



VI— 562. SARAH WAY (Lydia, Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 
Sept. 6, 1810; d. Feb. 25, 1832; m. SWAN LUCAS Mar. 3, 1831. No ch. 
After her death he removed to Indianola, la. 



VI_563. MARY WAY (Lvdia, Hannah, Martha, Tohn, John), b. 
April 20, 1812; d. Nov. 10, iQOi;'m. WILLIAM MITCHENER Aug. 29, 
1836. He was b. Sept. 22, 1816; d. Oct. 5, 1883. 

They resided near Carmichaels, Greene Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

1774. Milton W., b. June 3, 1837; deceased. 

1775. Sarah J., b. Aug. 31, 1840. 

1776. Francis M., b. Feb. 1, 1842. 

1777. Lydia 0., b. Nov. 3, 1843; d. Apr. 2, 1867. 

1778. M. Melissa, b. May 21, 1S46. 

1779. Emma J., b. April 9, 1847; d. April 9, 1850. " -" ' 
17S0, H. Eldora, b. Oct. 9, 1854. 

1781. Leconis. b. Sept. 20, 1857. • 



VI— 564. HARRIET WAY (Lvdia, Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 
Oct. 21, 1814; d. April I, 1859; m. JAMES LITZENBERGFeb. — , 1838; 
b. June 22, 181 5; d. Nov. 26, 1859. 



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He ni. second Rhcxla Ann Calvert, April 26, 185S, by whom he had a 
dau., Sarah Ann, b. April 16, 1S59, who is deceased. Her mother d. Nov. 11, 
1859. They resided near Jefferson, Greene Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

1782. Lydia Anna, b. May 19, 1S40. 

1<83. Benjamin l'.. b. Mar. 26. 1S42. 

1784. Mary Elizabeth, b. Mar. 16, 1S44. 

1785. Hannah Jane. b. July 2, 1846; d. Sept. 10, 1866. 

1786. Arabell, b. Oct. 2. 1850. 

1787. Amelia, b. Nov. 14, 1854; d. Mar. 11, 1900. 



VI— 565. BEN'JA^HN V\^\Y (Lydia, Hannali, Martha, John, Tohn)» 
b. Sept. 12, 1816; d. Oct. 25,, 1S69; m. MARGARET THISTLETHWAITE 
Sept. II, 1840, sister to Alice (See Xo. 561), b. May 14, 1819. 

They resided near Clarksville, Green Co., Pa. No issue. She contin- 
ued there (1908). 

Ch. of Hannah Clark {No. 155) and Robert Pyle. 
Born in London Grove, Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 566. JOSEPH C. PYLE (Hannah, Hannah, Martha, John, John)', 
b. 5 mo. 18, 1799; d. 7 mo. 9, 1834; ra. ELIZA WOODWARD 5 mo. 22, 
1823, dau. of Joshua Woodward and Elizabeth Jefferis, b. 3 mo. 25, 1806; 
d. 10 mo. 3, 1880. 

He was by trade a blacksmith, but was farming at the time of his death. 
They resided at London. Grove, Chester Co , Pa. 

Joshua, son of William Woodward and Mary Pyle. Elizabeth, dau. of 
Nathan Jefferis and Peninah Strode. 

Eliza m. second husband, Joshua Edwards, 1838, by whom she had sev- 
eral ch. He d. 9 mo. — , 1857. 

She afterwards lived in Wilmington, Del. 

Joseph's children were : — 

1788. Emily, b. 7-15-1S24; d. 1-30-1904. 

1789. Clarkson, b. 7-10-1S2G; d. 6-18-1S28. 

1790. Malinda, b. 8-7-1828; d. 7-18-1843. 

1791. Clarkson W., 8-12-1830. 

1792. Franklin, b. 4-28-1832; d. 10 mo. — , 1871. 

1793. Josephine, b. 11-16-1834; d. young. 

VI— 567. SARAH PYLE (Hannah, Hannah. Martha, John, John), b. 
II mo. 22, 1800; d. 7 mo. 16, 1895; unmarried. In early life she as well as 
her sisters taught school. Resided for many years in West Chester, Pa., and 
there died. She was an interested member of the Society of Friends. 



VI— 568. HANNAH PYLE (Hannah, Hannah, Martha, John. John), 
b. II mo. 18, 1802; d. 3 mo. 2, 1897; m SHARPLESS TAYLOR 3 mo. 8, 



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1849, son of Antlioiiy Taylor and Edith Sharpless, b. 3 mo. 21, 1805; d. 5 
mo. 8^ 1866. No ch. 

Resided in West Chester, Pa. She reached the advanced age of her 
95th year. 



VI— 569. ALICE PYLE (Hannah. Hannah, Martha, John, John), b. 
9 mo. 29, 1804; d. I mo. 6, 1S84; m. PALMER CHAM BERLIN 12 mo. 12, 
1833 (No. 150), b. 4 mo. II, 1803; d. 3 mo. 18, 1885. 

Further record under his name. 



VI — 570. JAMES PYLE, b. 3 mo. 26, 1807; d. 5 mo. 20, 180S. 



VI— 571. LYDIA ANN PYLE (Hannah, Hannah. Martha. John, 
John), b. 9 mo. i, 1S08; d. 4 mo. 29, 1S84; m. JESSE CLOUD 2 mo. 13, 
1839, son of Wilham A. Cloud and Hannah Wickersham, b. 4 mo. 17. 181 1 ; 
d. 2 mo. — , 1888. They were buried at Marlboro Mtg. He was a real es- 
tate agent with business and residence in Philadelphia. 

Issue : — 

1794. I. Albert, b. 10-2G-1S41; d. 2 mo. — , 1900. 

1795. Anna Mary, b. 12-28-1S44: d. 10-12-1845. - 

1796. Anna Mary Adelaide, b. 12-11-1845; d. 3-30-1905. 



VI— 572. JANE PYLE (Plannah. Hannah, ^lartha, John, John), b. 12 
mo. 4, 1809; d. 2 mo. 24, 1875; m. HENRY M. PANSON 5 mo. 18, 1837, 
son of John Paxson and Abigail ]\Iercer, b. 9 mo. 7, 181 1 ; d. 8 mo. 17. 1908, 
at Ocean Grove, N. J. ; both bur. in Friends' Grounds, West Chester. Pa. 

He was at first in the mercantile trade in W^est Chester, Pa., and later 
a collecting agent for the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, with residence 
No. 1 1 12 Mount Vernon St.. and later 2527 Aspen St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue: — ■ ■ / 

1797. Hannah A., b. 2-16-1 S39. ''■.... 

1798. Sarah Jane, b. 9-21-1840. ' . .,' ._ 

1799. Henry Clay, b. 7-22-1842; d. 4-22-1843. 

1800. Henry C, b. 2-24-1S44; d. 10-5-1856. ,.,':' 

1801. Anna Rachel, b. 5-14-1846. . , " ; ' ,, . ,. .-, 



VI — 573. CLARK PYLE, b. 10 mo. 22, 1811 ; d. 6 mo. 30, 1825. 



VI— 574. LEW^IS PYLE (Hannah. Hannah, Martha. John, John), b. 
4 mo. 4, 1813; d. 5 mo. 9, 1896: buried at London Grove Mtg. ; m. ORPHA 
HEALD II mo. 15, 1838, dau. of Joseph Heald and Hannah ^vlendenhall, 
b. 12 mo. 4, 1817. 

He was a farmer. Resided on the homestead of her parents eight years, 



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then removed to the home of hio father about 1846, near London Grove, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa., of which he became the owner. 

(Joseph, son of Jacob HeaUl and Mary Le^'nard. Hannah, dau. of Ca- 
leb Mendenhall and Susanna James.) 

The foHowirg: is from a local paper 11-15-18S8: 

"The golden weddlrg anniversary of Lewis and Orphic Pyle, nee Miss Heald, Is 
being appropriately celebKiL>':J at their home, near London Grove Meeting House, 
in London Grove township, to-day. They reside on the farm where Mr. Pyle was 
bom. There are several West Chester guests present. Among the table dcorations 
Is a large weddinp cake twenty-two inches in diameter upon which, in gold letters, are 
the initials 'L. P. and O. P.' and the figures '1S3S-1SSS.' 

"Apropos to the mention of the event it might not be out of place to state that the 
groom of fifty years had nine sister^!, eight of whom were school teachers at one time. 
After quitting their scliool duties they all but one married." 

Issue : — 

1802. Joseph Haine.?, b. 7-29-1S40; d. 9-1-1010. 

1803. Robert Lewis, b. 1-29-1842. 

1804. Edward, b. 9-16-1845. 

1805. Hannah, b. 12-6-1847. 

1806. Pennock M., b. 3-2-1851. 

VI— 575. ANN ELIZA PYLE (Hannah. Hannah. Martha, John, 
John), b. 3 mo. 22, 1815; d. i mo. 20, 1903: m. PEXNOCK MERCER 10 
mo. 12, 1836, son of Caleb ^Mercer* and Ann Peimock, b. 11 mo. 25, 1813; d. 
5 mo. 30, 1891 ; both buried in Chester Rural Cemetery. After a residence 
for many years in Chester Co., they removed to Cliester City, Pa., where he 
was a merchant for several years, when he retired from business. They were 
members of the Society of Friends, in which she was an elder and meir.ber 
of the representative committee of Philadelphia Yearly Mtg. 

Issue : — 

1807. Robert P., b. 2-13-1838. 

1808. Caleb P.. b. 1-20-1S40; d. 3-5-1840. 

1809. Charles Henrv, b. 6-6-1841. 

1810. Lewis P., b. 6-29-1847; d. 7-6-1906. 

Note. — Caleb Mercer, a son of Solomon Mercer and Abigail Sharpless (.Daniel 3, 
John 2, John 1) who were m. 5 mo. 8, 17S2. at Chester Mtf.; b. 3 mo. 2, 17S5; d. 1 mo. 
31, 1864. Solomon, son of Daniel Mercer and Rebecca Tcwnsend (dau. of John and Cath- 
arine) who were m. 9 mo. 20, 1735. Daniel, son of Thomas Mercer and Hannah Taylor, 
■who were m. 1711; b. 9 mo. 14, 1714; d. 6 mo. 25, ISOT. He inherited 250 acres of land 
in East Marlborough by the will of the grandfather and settled thereon. Thomas, b. 
1690; d. 1758, son of Thomas Mercer from Ayno-on-the-Kill, Northampton, England, with 
wife Mary, who settled on 238 acres of land which he purchased 1 mo. 12, 1699-1700, in 
Thornbury. He also bought 500 acres in East Marlborough. He d. about 1716 and his 
widow 1723. 

Ann Pennock, a dau. of Caleb Pennook and .^nn Thompson. Caleb Pennock. a son 
of Willam Pennock and Alice Mendenhall, William, son of Joseph Pennock and Mary 
Levis. Joseph Penncck, b. 11 mo. 18, 1677; d. 3 mo. 27, 1771, was born in Clonmel, Ire- 
land. He suffered being captured on a voyage to this country by a French war vessel 
and was a prisoner upwards of a year, enduring much hardship. He first settled in 
Philadelphia in 1702; about 1714 he purchased a large tract of land in West Marlborough, 
on which he settled and in 173S erected "Primitive Hall," a large mansion, with 
material bro't from England. He was a son of Christopher Pennock and Mary Collet, 
(dau. of George of Clonmel. Tipperary county, Ireland). Christopher made his home in 
Cornwall, England; he had been an officer in the army of William of Orange and 
fought in the battle of Boyne in 16?'': he subsequently emigrated to Pennsylvania, 
where he died in 1701. The name Pennock is of Saxon origin. 



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VI— 576. ^L\TILDA PYLE (Hannah. Hannah. Martha, John. Johnj. 
b. I mo. 27, 1S18; d. 5 mo. 21, 1879; m- THOAL\S ELWOOD BENNETT 
12 mo. 30, 1846, son of Thomas Bennett and Sarah Taylor, b. 4 mo. 5, 1824; 
d. 12 mo. 31, 1907. 

The following is taken from an obituary in the West Chester "Local 
News" of Jan. i, 1908; 

Thomas Elwood Bennett, when a young man, opened a store at Radnor, 
Delaware Co., Pa. After a time he went to Upper Darby, same Co., and here 
formed a partnership with Charles B. Lear under tlie firm name of Bennett 
&. Lear, which lasted through life. Leaving here Mr. Lear went to West 
Chester, Pa., and continued business as the same firm, which store is supposed 
to be the oldest in Chester county contir.ued under one partnership manage- 
ment. It was opened in 1S66. Mr. Lear died in 1905, his son, William P. 
Lear, then taking his interest, and it is expected there will be no change now 
in the business. 

Mr. Bennett went to Pliilaielphia, where he was in business at 22nd and 
Market Sts., and later at 112-114 North 9th St., at one time under the firm 
name of Bennett & Colville and as T. E. Bennett & Co. He finally retired 
from business and last residence was at 3903 Powelton Ave. 

He was a great traveler and being possessed of a competency, he en- 
joyed seeing the world. He made nine tours abroad, seeing nearly all the 
European countries and also visiting Palestine and EgA-pt. His first tour was 
m?de in 1878 and his last in 1906. He v.-ent three ^. .'mcs to California, tv\ice 
to the Bermudas and on special trips to ^vlexico and the Grand Canon. He 
spoke delightfully of what he had seen and heard while away from home; so 
that old and young were both pleased and instructed with his stories. Being 
of a friendly disposition he made acquaintances everywhere and many will 
hear with regret that he has passed away. 

Issue : — 

1811. Sarah R., b. 10-23-1847; d. 7-10-1885. 

1812. Hannah, b. 9-23-1849. 



VI— 577. SUSAN PYLE (Hannah, Hannah. Martha, John, John), b. 
9 mo. 12, 1819; d. 10 mo. 19, 1910; m. JESSE TAYLOR 11 mo, 5, 1846. 
son of Anthony Taylor and Edith Sharpless, b. 2 mo. 13, 1819, brother to 
Sharpless (See No. 568) ; d. 2 mo. 14, 1903. 

Both buried at Friends' Cemetery, at Oakland. 

He followed farming for many years and later conducted a livery stable 
in West Chester, Pa., where Susan continued. Of her it was written that 
"her thoughtful spirit will long live in the memorj- of all who knew her." 

Issue: — 
1813. Edith S., b. 4-12-1848, 



VI— 578. RACHEL PYLE (Hannah. Hannah. ^.lartha, John. John), 
b. 6 mo. 19, 1821; d. I mo. 19, 1877; m. CALEB H. PERDUE 2 mo. 10, 



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1848, son of William Perdue* and Sarah Hoopt-s. He was a brother to Wil- 
liam (See No. 1788), b. 7 mo. 13, 181 5; d. 2 mo. 3, 1SS5. 

He was a farmer with a farm in West Cain Twp. and address, Wagon- 
town, Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

1814. William F. b. 9-9-1849. 

1815. Louis, b. S-23-1852. 

1816. Howard, b. 3-8-1854; d. 9-3-1855. 

1817. Caleb, b. 9-13-1S56; d. 9-13-1856. 

1818. Ida J., b. 3-12-1S5S. 

1819. Thomas Mentor, b. 4-16-1861. 

1820. Sarah H., b. 11-25-1863. 

Ch. of Isaac Clark {No. 1^6) and Mary Rowinan. 

VI— 579. ELIZA CLARK (Isaac, Hannah, Martha. John, John), b. 
June 3, 1807; d. June 5, 18SS; m. MOSES LONG Nov. 7, 1839, ^^ ^^' 
Jonathan Long and Catharine Reno, b. Aug 15, 1808: d. ]\Iay 5, 1892; both' 
buried in Strasburg Cemetery. 

He was a carpenter and they resided at Soudersburg, Lancaster Co., Pa., 

Children : — 

1821. Mary Catharine, b. May 30, 1841. 

1822. Reuben Clark, b. April 17. 1S43; d. Sept. 20. 1863. 

1823. Joseph Henry, b. Feb. 23, 1845. 

1824. David Ezra, b. Nov. 27, 1846. 

1825. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 7.. 1849. 



VI— 580. HANNAhi CLARK (Isaac 5), b. Sept. 25, 1808; d. Sept. 
II, 1809. 

VI— 5Gi. CYRUS CLARK (Isaac 5), b. Jan. 3. 1810. 
Reinoved to the West, and their address or families not ascertained. 

VI— 582. HIRAM CLARK (Isaac 5), b. July 18, 181 1. 
Removed to the West, and their address or families not ascertained. 



VI— 583. ABRAHAM CLARK, b. Nov. 26, 1812; d. Sept. 12, 1813. 



VI_584. SARAH CLARK (Isaac 5), b. June 30, 1814, York Co., Pa.; 
d. Dec. — , 1 89 1, Normal, 111. 



Note.— William, son of Folliard Perdue, whose father, Dr. William Perdue, m. 
Susanna Headen, a widow; her maiden name Pirn. Sarah, dau. of Thomas Hoopes. 

The Perdue family, though emigrating from Ireland, claim to be of Huguenot stock 
of France. William Perdue brought cerliflcate from Ballynacue, north of Ireland, to 
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VI— 585. JOHN CLARK (L-aac 5)_, b. Nov. 17, 1815. 

He removed to the West with his brothers Cyrus and Hiram (q. v.), 



VI— 586. EXOS B. CLARK (Isaac. Hannah. Martha. John, John), b. 
March 9, 1818; m. MARY DICKSON Sept. ir, 1845, "^ Cincinnati, O., 
dau. of James and ^^lary Dicksrn, of Newcastle- Cpon-Tyne. England. 

He was a carpenter. Resided in Cincinnati, O. 

Children, born in Cincinnati, O. : — 

1826. Mary Eliza, b. Aug. 24, 1846. 

1827. Sarah Alcinda, b. Sept. 27, 1S48. 

182S. Isaac James, b. Nov. 25. 1850; d. Aug. 27, 1855. 

1829. Ellwood Enos. b. Oct. 9, 1853. 

1830. George Washington, b. June 17, 1856. 

1831. William Walter, b. Dec. 24, 1S58; d. Nov. 20, 1862. 

1832. John West, b. Dec. 23, 1861. 

1833. Edith Mary, b. May 31, 1S64; d. May 30, 1865. 

1834. Laura Ann, b. June 9, 1866. 



VI— 587. MARY A. CLARK (Isaac 5), b. Nov. 10, 1820, York, Pa.; 
d. Nov, 23, 1892, Bloomington, 111.; unm. 



VI— 588. ABIA BOWMAN CLARK (Isaac. Hannah. Martha. John. 
John), b. 'April 5, 1825; d. Sept. 18, 1S69; m. ANNA JODER spring- of 
1852, dau. of Joseph Joder and Catherine Lantz, b. Aug. 25, 1826. 

They removed to Oak Grove, McLean Co., 111., where the family re- 
mained after his death. - . ',;. ,, 

Children : — ' > . 

1835. Addah, b. Dec. 8, 1852. ■ ^ ''- " 

1836. Benjamin, b. Nov. 6, 1854. 

1837. Mary, b. May 16, 1857; d. March 6, 1868. 

1838. Sidney A., b. June 23, 1859. 

1839. Joseph Jay, b. Oct. 25. 1861. 

1840. Olyuthus B., b. Jan. 30, 1864. 

1841. Isaac Newton, b. May 11. 1867. '■ • • ■• , 1 .- 

1842. Abia Bowman, b. March 25, 1870. . . 



Ch. of Martha Clark (No. i§p) and Joseph Harry, all born in York, York 

Co. Pa. 

VI— 589. JESSE CLARK HARRY, b. Jan. 26, 1807; d. Dec. 23, 1810. 



VI— 590. ABRAHAM CLARK HARRY (Martha, Hannah. ^lartha, 
John, John), b. Aug 24, 1809; d. Feb. 2, 1899; m. MARY ANN KILLE 



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Sept. 6, 1832, at Massillun, O.. dau. of Tl-'omas Kille and Mary Chandler, b. 
May 9, 181 5. in Columbiana Co.. d. Aug-. 9, 1893. 

They resided at Rolling Prairie, La Porte Co., Ind. 

Children : — 

1843. Mary Jane, b. Jan. 3, 1S35; d. June 24, 1864. 

1844. Martha A., b. July 3, 1837. 

1845. Elmer John. b. Sept. 7, 1840; d. Sept. 2, 1906. 

1846. Amanda Elizabeth, b. Aug. 20, 1844. 

1847. Lewis Daniel, b. May 3, 1849. • 

1848. Harriet Adella. b. Feb. 12, 1852. ■ • 

1849. Flora J., b. Sept. 17, 1S56. 



VI— 591. JOSEPH PAOIER HARRY (Martha, Hannah, Martha, 
John, John), b.'jan. i, 1812; d. Dec. i, 1890; m. AMANDA GRIEST Jan. 
I, 1834. dau. of Amos Griest (son of Joseph) and Phebe Swain, b. Aug. 28, 
1 814; d. Aug. 3, 1 89 1. 

He was by trade a plasterer. They resided at West Lebanon, Wayne Co., 
O., and were buried in the ^.lethodist ground at that place. 

Children : — • , 

1850. Eli Clarkson, b. Sept. 26. 1834; d. Jan. 29, 1840. 

1851. Silas C, b. Sept. 19, 1836. 

1852. Ruth Emma, b. Julv 31, 1838; d. Aug. 1, 1838. 

1853. Hiram, b. Oct. 19, 1839; d. May 21, 1862. 

1854. Loran Angelina, b. Dec. 14, 18"41. 

1855. Albert J., b. Aug. 8, 1844; d. May 25, 1897. 

1856. William Amos, b. Aug. 12. 1847. 

1857. Samantha Phebe, b. Oct. 15, 1851. 

1858. Ruth Emma, b. Oct. 27, 1853. 

VI— 592. DANIEL LEWIS HARRY (Martha, Hannah. Martha, 
John, John), b. Oct. 18, 1818; d. Feb. 2. 1871 : m. RUTHANNA GRIEST 
Feb. 7, 1839, dau. of Amos Griest and Phebe Swain. She d. Aug. 6, 1887, 
from blood poisoning caused by being scalded by hot soap June 6 previous. 

Lie followed plastering and later in life, farming. They resided at West 
Lebanon, Wayne Co., O., and were there buried in the Lutheran burying 
ground. No children. 



VI— 573. WILLIAM S. HARRY (Martha, Hannah, Martha. John, 
John), b. 6 mo. 15, 1820; d. 6 mo. 2^, 1880; m. HANNAH N. PYLE 6 
mo. II, 1863, dau. of James Pyle and Margaretta W. Marshall, b. 2 mo. 22, 
1821; d. 5 mo. 22, 1904. Their last residence was Kennett Square, Chester 
Co., Pa. No children. 

The following is from a local notice printed at the time of her death : 
Her early life was spent in the locality of Willowdale. where she attend- 
ed the district school, and later went to Westtown Boarding School. Her 
tastes were literary and she taught in the schools of West Marlborough af- 
ter the close of her student life. In the early sixties she married William 
Harry, a native of the State of Ohio and at the time a resident of Kennett 
Square. They lived in that borough and for several years on the Ellicott 
place at Avondale. Later Mr. Harry purchased a tract of land in Virginia, 



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where he remained for a year or so, and about 1870 or 1871, bought a prop- 
erty on South Union street, Kennett Square, where, for ten years or more 
the couple resided, until his sudden death in 1880. Since that time Mrs. 
Harry made her home in her sister's family. Her retiring nature and long 
invalidism made her much of a recluse, but she possessed the charm shared 
in common by the daughters of James and Margaret Pyle, of winning refine- 
ment, scholarly tastes, gentility and kindness. She was a member of the So- 
ciety of Friends and her life bore the fruits of the discipline of that peaceful 
sect. Elizabeth, wife of John D. Worth, of West Chester; Margaretta, wife 
of the late Sharpless ]Mercer, of Kennett Square, and Mary Ann, wife of B. 
F. Wickersham, Sr., of the same borough., were sisters of the deceased. 
Throughout the closing years of her life, while an inmate of the houseliold 
of the latter, she was tenderly loved and received the gentlest ministrations 
of her sister's daughters. 

Ch. of Martha Clark by Second Husband, John Nelson. 

VI— 594. SAMUEL NELSON (Martha, Hannah, Martha, John, 
John), b. June 21, 1824; m. LUCRETLA CULBERTSON. 

They resided at Mount Carrol, Carrol Co., 111. . 

Children : — 



1859. 


Mahala 


1860. 


Abner. 


1861. 


Martha 


1862. 


Emma. 


1863. 


Sarah. 


1864. 


Frank. 



VI— :;95. BARBARA O. NELSON (^lartha 5). b. Dec. 17, 1826: d. 
Dec. 10, 1897, at Milford, Neb.; m. ALBERTUS KALEY Dec. 16, 1852, 
b. May 6, 1820; d. June 20, 1890, at Hicksville, O., where both were buried. 
After his death she lived with her niece, Ruthanna Weaver, 

Issue: — , 

1865. Sidney, b. Aug. 5, 1853; d. May 15, 1863. 

1866, Ruthanna, b. Mar. 21. 1857; d. May 14, 1863. 



VI— 595. BARBARA O. NELSON (Martha 5), b. Dec. 17, 1826; d. 
of age. 



VI— 597. JAMES NELSON (Martha 5), b. about 1830; d. in infancy. 

VI— 598. HARRIET JANE NELSON (I^Iartha. Hannah, Martha, 
John, John), b. Aug. 14, 1832 in Paint Twp., Wayne Co., O. ; d. May 5, 
1896; m. DANIEL HAVERSTOCK April 10, 1856 (?), Wooster, O., b. 
Oct. 27, 1829; d. March 3, 1905. 

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farm re^.r Mil ford, Seward Co.. Xeb., wb.ere they both died and were buried. 

Children : — 

1867. John Frederick, b. Aug. 20. 1S57. 

18GS. Kuthanna, b. April 14, 1SG4. 

1S69. William Albertus, b. Feb. 21. 1SG6. 

1870. Lucinda. b. Jan. 18C8; d. Dec. 2C, 1873. 

Line of John, John, John, Asher. 

Ch. of Joseph Pahncr (No. 160) and Mary Hall, all born in Concord, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa. 

VI— 599. MORRIS PALMER (Joseph, Asher. John, John. John), b. 
8 mo. II, 1810; d. 12 mo. 2^, 1873; m. MARGARET MARSHALL 10 mo. 
8, 1834, at Concord Mtg., dan. of Samuel ^larshall and Philena Pusey, b. 7 
mo. 29. 1813; d. 6 mo. 9, 1896, in Wilmington, Bel.; both buried at Concord 
Friends' grounds. 

Morris learned blacksmithing with his father, but after his marriage pur- 
chased a farm in Birmingham Twp., Delaware Co.. Pa. After some years 
he sold this and purchased the "Huey" farm on the Brandywine Creek, in 
Christiana hundred, New^ Castle Co.. Del. Granogue Station on the Wilming- 
ton and Reading R. R. is on the farm. He was an intelligent and progressive 
agriculturist and an influential citizen in his neighborhood and an actively 
concerned member of the Society of Friends, of which both he and Margaret 
were for many years and at the time of their deaths esteemed elders. His 
death, which was sudden, was an acknowledged great loss to the community 
and his meeting. 

Is=:ue: — 

1871. Samuel M.. b. 7-14-1835. 

1872. Marshall, b. 12-28-1837; d. 10-21-1906. 

1873. Mary, b. 10-9-1S40; d. 10-29,-1896. 

1874. T. Ellwood, b. 10-24-1843. 

1875. J. Howard, b. 4-19-1846. 

1876. Philena M., b. 5-6-1S49. "I tt^- 

1877. Franklin, b. 5-6-1849; d. 7-3-1851. / ^^1°^. ■ , 

1878. Elizabeth, b. 1-11-1852. 

1879. Morris, b. 8-13-1855. - 



VI— 600. ROBERT H, PALMER (Joseph, Asher, John, John, John), 
b. 3 mo. II, 1812; d. 6 mo. 30. 1901 ; buried in Odd Fellows Cemeterv, La 
Grande, Oregon; m. HANNAH PALMER 2 mo. 4. 1835, in Concord 'Mtg.. 
dau. of John Palmer and Beulah Walter, b. 4 mo. 7, 18 14; d. 5 mo. 24, 19 10. 
(See No. 76.) 

They were immediately after their m. two of the passengers to ride upon 
a railroad just finished in tlie States of Delaware and Maryland. 

He was a farmer. After living on rented farms some years rind for a 
short period keeping a store, he purchased a farm and saw mill in Concord, 
near his native place, upon which they resided until the spring of 1857, when 
he sold out and removed to Mills Co., Iowa. .■..•■ 



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In 1S64, seven years after ihey removed across tl:c plains to Oregon in 
wagons, to which State their elder sons had preceded them. In the year 187 1- 
J2 Hannah paid a visit to her friends in Concord and vicinity, performing 
the jouriicy alone — on the cars except fi\e hundred miles from home to tlie 
Union Pacific Railroad, at that time considered an unusual undertaking. 

They took up their residence at La Grande, Union Co., Oregon., where, 
after having passed the 66th anniversary of their marriage, he died. Hannah 
continued tliere, with her son, Joseph, reaching tlie advaiiced age of 96 years. 
1 month and 17 days. 

Issue : — 

1850. Mary, b. 3-10-1836; d. 2 mo. — , 1S50. 
Twius. 

1851. Beulah, b. 3-10-1S36. 

1882. Joseph, b. 10-5-1837. 

1883. John, b. 12-31-1839; d. 8-28-1895. 

1884. Ann Elizabeth, b. 3-19-1842. 

1885. A child, b. 3-5-1844; d. 4 mo. — , 1844. 

1886. Lydia, b. 3-17-1846. 

1887. Rachel, b. 9-10-1847; d. 8 mo. — , 1848. 

1888. Charles L., b. S-5-1849. 

1889. B. Franklin, b. 12-11-1851; d. 2-4-1904. 

1890. Emma Clara, b. 3-22-1854. 



VI_6oi. SALLY ANN PALIMER (Joseph. Asher, John, John, John), 
b. 4 mo. 18, 1814; d. 6 mo. i, 1892; m. ELI NICHOLS 11 mo. 29, 1843, 
son of Daniel Nichols and Dinah Wilson, of New Castle Co., Del., b. 3 mo. 
3, 180S; d. 3 mo. 7, 1888; both buried at Centre ;Mtg. His funeral had to 
be delayed because of one of the greatest blizzard known in this section pre- 
vailing at that time. He was a successful farmer with farms in the neigh- 
borhood of Centreville, Ncv.- Castle Co., Del., where they both died. They 
were both members of the Society of Friends. 

(Daniel, son of Thomas Nichols and Lydia. Dinah, dau. of William 
Wilson and Hannah). 

Issue : — 
18J>1. Joseph P., b. 9-8-1S44. 
1892. Amor. b. 6-23-1846; d. 9-13-1868; unm. . . ' 



VI— 602. LYDIA PAL:^IKR (Joseph, Asher, John, John. John), b. i 
mo. 24, 1816; d. I mo. 3, 1903: m. SA^IUEL R. HALL 10 m \ 13. 1842, at 
West Chester, son of Robert Hall, Jr., and Elizabeth Hibberd, of Aston, b. 
6 mo. 16, 1803; d. 10 mo. 9, i^']'^, brother to Abraham H.. (See No. 2^59). 
Both buried at Chichester Mtg. 

He was a- farmer. Resided on the mansion-place of his parents in Aston 
Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. Lydia continued here for some years, then v.-ent 
to live with daughter Sarah H. Tryens, where she died. They were members 
of the Society of Friends. 

(Robert, son of Robert Hall and Sarah Russell, the elder Robert a broth- 



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er to Stq>hen (Sec Xo. 76). Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Ililjucrd and Marv 
Tomlinson). 

Issue: — 

1893. Mary Elizabeth, b. 7-14-1S43; d. 1-24-1902. 

1894. Samuel H., b. 1-9-1845. 
1S95. Sarah H., b. 4-1-1847. 



VI— 603. ASIIER PALMER (Joseph. Asher, John, John, John), b. 4 
mo. 23, 1818; d. 7 mo. 19, 1S42 : unm. ; buried at Concord Mtg. lie was hear- 
ty and vigorous, but cut off by sickness in the prime of young manhood. 



VI— 604. WILLIAM :M. palmer (Joseph. Asher. John, John, John), 
b. I mo. 22, 1820; d. 4 mo. 5, 1S94; both buried at I^ngwood Cemeterv; m. 
MARY WILSON 3 mo. 6. 1843. dau. of Samuel Wilson and Eeulah Thatch- 
er, b. 7 mo. 31, 1822; d. 6 mo. 21, 1907. 

(Beulah. sister of Joseph Thatcher (See Xo. 80) and John \\\ (See 
No. 238). 

He was a farmer; resided many years in his native Twp. of Concord. 
In 1863 he removed to West Bradford, from there to East 2\Iarlborough Twp., 
where he purchased a farm. He finally retired to Kennett Square, Pa., where 
he died, his widow continuing there with her daughter. 

Issue: — 

1896. Asher, b. 12-24-1844. 

1897. Alfred Wilson, b. 10-27-1846. - - 
189S. Joseph Monroe, b. 3-11-1849. 

1899. \Yilmer, b. 2-25-1S51. 

1900. Laura, b. 3-13-1853. 

1901. Norwood, b. 1-11-1855. 



VI— 605. SUSAXXA PALMIER (Joseph. Asher, John. John. John), 
b. I mo. 14, 1822; d. 2 mo. 20, 1857; m. ]\iATTHEW WOOD 3 mo. 2, 1S43, 
son of Amos Wood and Mary Slaughter, b. i mo. 23, 1819; d. 12 mo. 5, 
1902; both buried at Concord A^tg. 

He was a farmer. Resided for many years in Concord, where she died. 
He purchased a farm in Aston Tv."p. and lived there several years. This he 
sold and thereafter made his home with his son, John G., lastly in Lpper Chi- 
chester Twp. 

The following is taken from a published accoun.t at the time of his death : 
"Matthew Wood, one of the best-known and highly respected citizens of 
Delaware county, died yesterday at the_ residence of his son, in his 83rd year. 
Mr. Wood was of direct English lineage, his father having left the old coun- 
try in 1795, and settled in this county. This son was born in Chester in 18 19, 
and grew to manhood here, receiving a good common school education. While 
still a young man and in love with the occupation of his father, he went to 
farming, first in Concord and afterwards in Aston Twp., and became engaged 
extensively in agriculture. He also owned and conducted a feed and saw mill. 



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His labors met with success and after a career of nearly 40 years, he sold his 
farm in 1S88, and retired from active br..-ines?. He was an attender of 
Friends' r^Ieeting, of which his wife was a member." 

Issue : — 

1902. Anna Mary, b. 10-2S-1S44; d. 5-22-1905. 

1903. John G., b. 11-5-1S46. " 

1904. Ellen, b. 11-12-1S4S. 

1905. Lewis N., b. 3-25-1S52. 

1906. Irwin D., b. 10-21-1854. 

1907. Ida, b. 1-3-1856. 

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Ch. of Susanna Palmer {N'o. 161) and Ahncr Malin. 

VI— 606. MARY ANN MALIN (Susanna. Asher, John, John, John). 
b. about 1S09; d. about 1844; m. BENJAMIN OAKS, 1832, son of William 
Oaks and ]\Iary ]Mooney. 

They lived in Nether Providence, Delaware Co., Pa. No record of his 
birth or death. 

Issue : — 

190S. George Palmer, b. about 1835; d. 7 mo. — , 1SS2. 
1909. William Henry, b. about 1843; d. about 1902, 



"~ ' VI— 607. THOMAS TvLALIN (Susanna. Asher. John. John. John), b. 

about 1812; d. 7 mo. — , 1848; m. SARAH ANN J.IALIN, dau. of William 

Malin and Eliza Kelly. No further dates received. He was probably a potter. 

They lived at Carterville, Delaware Co., Pa., where they both died. 

Issue : — 

1910. George W., died young. 

1911. Letitia, died young. , . . 

1912. Alfred Abner, b. June 27, 1843; d. Feb. 15, 1863. 



VI— 608. ABNER MALIN (Susanna. Asher. John, John. John), b. 
about 1815; d. 10 mo. 17, 1S35. He was living or visiting at his grandfath- 
er's. He w"ent out gunning, and in crossing a stream on some poles the gun 
went off, when the load entered his body, instantly killing him. 

Ch. of Phche Palmer {No. 16^) and Nen'Iin Arnicnt, born in Brandywine 
,1 y-'.-. Hundred, Delaware. 

VI— 609. SUSANNA P. ARMENT, b. 3 mo. 27, 1826; d. 10 mo. 30, 
1845. 



VI— 610. SIDNEY ANN ARMENT ( Pliebe. Asher. John, John, 
John), b. II mo. i, 1S27; d. 9 mo. 18 or 22, 1856; unm. 

Both of the above buried at Concord Mtg., and had always be^rn with their 
parents. 



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VI— 611. PHILENA ARM EXT (Phebe. Asher, John, John, John), b. 
4 mo. 26, 1829; d. 8 mo. 12, 1900; buried at Brandywine Baptist clmrch; m. 
ISAAC L. COBL'RN 12 mo. 26, 1861, son of WilHam Cobum and Rebecca 
Lodge, b. 4 mo. 25, 1834. No ch. 

He was a carpenter, which he followed with a residence in Thornbury, 
Delaware Co., Pa. He afterwards purchased a farm in Concord and resided 
on it until after his wife's death, when he sold out and removed to Marcus 
Hook, Pa. Both were members and he a deacon in the Baptist church. 



VI— 612. JOHN ARMENT (Phebe, Asher, John, John, John), b. 8 
mo. 6, 1830; d. 2 mo. 14, 1889: buried at Concord Mtg. ; m. ELIZABETH 
JANE CROSSGROVE 11 mo. 3, 1853, by the ^^layor of Philadelphia, dau. 
of Charles Crossgrove and Theresa Raymond, b. 9 mo. 30, 1833. 

He was a wheelwright with shop and residence at Chadd's Ford, Pa. 

Issue, born at this place : — 

1913. A son, b. 5-2-1854; d. 5 mo. — , 1854. 

1914. William Alonzo, b. Sept. 16, 1S55. 

1915. Phebe Ella, b. Sept. 26, 1859; d. Mar. 26, 1868. 

1916. Charles C, b. Dec. 6, 1860. 

1917. Newlin, b. Mar. 1, 1863. , 

1918. A boy, b. Sept. 1, 1865; d. Sept. 1, 1865. 

1919. John B., b. May 7, 1SG8; d. Aug. 2, 1892. 

1920. Harry Isaac, b. Nov. 28, 1S70. 

1921. Nellie G., b. Mar. 4, 1873. 

1922. Philena C, b. Mar. 11, 1875. 



VI— 613. ALICE AR:vIENT (Phebe, Asher, John, John, John), b. 7 
mo. 3, 1832; d. 7 mo. 4, 1S65; m. MARSHALL P. WILKINSON 12 mo. 
27, 1853, son of William Wilkinson and Hannah Phillips, b. 7 mo. 2, 1827; d. 
12 mo. 26, 1891 ; both buried at London Grove jMtg. 

They resided at Elam, Delaware Co., Pa., where he kept a store. She 
d. here. He then sold out and removed to Jennen-ille, Chester Co., and con- 
tinued store keeping He m. a second wife, who survived him. 

Issue by Alice only, born at Elam : — 

1923. Annie, b. 5-30-1855; d. 1-20-1856. . 

1924. Alice Anna, b. 3-20-1857; d. 8-5-1878. 

1925. Francis Newlin, b. 10-26-1859. 

1926. Mary P., b. 6-29-1862; d. 7-29-1862. ' ' ' '' ■'■ . : ' ,.- 

1927. A dau., b. 7-4-1865; d. 7-4-1865. 



VI— 614. PHEBE ANN AR]\IENT (Phebe, Asher, John, John, John), 
b. 6 mo. 22,, 1834; d. July 21, 1910: m. CHARLES YOUNG 12 mo. 24, 1862, 
son of James Young and Martha Gest, b. 7 mo. 25, 1834; d. 3 mo. 24, 1895; 
buried at Mt. Hope M. E. Cemeter>'. 

He was a blacksmith and had a shop at Concordville a few years, then 
purchased the stand and residence at Chelsea, Delaware Co., Pa., where she 
continued to live until her death. No issue. 



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Ch. of Mary Martin (No. i66) and Sa))iuc! Ncicliii, born in Wilmington, Del. 

VI— 615. HANNAH yi. NEWLIN (:\laiy 5), b. 9 mo. 21, 1818; d. 
3 mo. 5, 1833. 

Her death and that of her two sisters within a month inch'cate an epidemic 
prevaihng, but no special account given. 



VI— 616. CHARITY I. NEWLIN (^lary 5), b. 9 mo. 7, 1820; d. 2 
mo. 17, 1833. 



VI— 617. ELIZABETH P. NEWLIN (^lary. Hannah. John. John, 
John), b. Dec. 8, 1821; d. Feb. 15, 1897; m- ABEL BREAR Jan. 15, 1846. 
son of Mark Brear, who emigrated from England. 

He was a machinist with residence at Saugatuck. Conn. He d. Feb. i, 
1886. 

Issue : — 

1928. Mary N., b. Jan. 2, 1847; d. Sept. 16, 1897; unm. 

1929. Sarah T., b. July 28. 1848. 

1930. Elizabeth N., b. Sept. 3, 1851. 



VI— 618. SARAH NEWLIN (Marv 5), b. 9 mo. 23, 1825; d. 3 mo. 16. 
1833- 

Ch, of Sarah Mar (in {No. 16/) and Soniucl Hattoii, born in Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 619. HANNAH HATTON (Sarah, Hannah, John, John, John), 
b. 2 mo. 17, 1812; d. 3 mo. 20, 1895; m. GARRETT HOOPES 3 mo. 14, 
1833, son of Imlah Hoopes and Edith Garrett, b. 6 mo. 15. 1804; d. 11 mo. 12, 
1848. 

(Imlah, son of Joshua Hoopes and Susanna Garrett, b. 9 mo. 5, 1775; 
d. 8 mo. 13, 1839. Edith, dan. of Isaac Garrett and Elizabeth Thatcher, 
b. I mo. 17, 1784; d. 5 mo. 19, 1810.) 

M. second, A:\I0S McNELLY, i mo- 24, 1855, son of John McNelly 
and Mary Langley, b. 5 mo. 19. 1819; d. 4 mo. iS, 1889. 

Both husbands were farmers and resided in Chester Co. Her final resi- 
dence was in West Chester, Pa. She lost her eyesight several years before her 
death. Issue : — 

1931. Samuel H., b. 12-28-1833. 

1932. Edith G., b. 3-9-1835; d. 8-5-1869. 

1933. Sarah M., b. 11-23-1837; d. 11-26-1865. 



VI— 620. AIARIA HATTON (Sarah, Hannah. John, John. John), b. 



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12 mo. 14, 1813: d. 9 mo. 16. 1870; m. WILLIAM B. HARVEY 5 mo. 2, 
1837, son of Alban Harvey and l^Iizabeth Brintoii, b. 9 mo. 15, 181 5. 

His occupation was fanning-, liavnig a farm near Centveville, Del. He 
is now living a retired life at tliis writing, over 95^ years of age, having lived 
a very active life. 

Issue: — 
1931. Alban C, b. 11-11-1837; d. 12-12-1843. 

1935. Emeline P., b. 11-2-1839. 

1936. Samuel M., b. 9-9-1852. ' ' -^ 



VI— 621. THO:\IAS HATTON (Sarah, Hannah, John, John, John), 
b. 3 mo. 3, 1816; d. 10 mo. 10, 1S68; m. DEBORAH COPE 3 mo. 9, 1843, 
dau. of Jonathan Cope and Zillah Darlington, b. 10 mo. 28, 1808; d. 2 mo. 
17, 1887. 

(Jonathan Cope, b. 12 mo. 22, 1762; d. 6 mo. 10, 1840. Zillah, dau. of 
John and Esther Darlington, b. 9 mo. 5, 1769; d. 9 mo. 10, 1844.) 

Thomas was by trade a blacksmith, which he followed a number of years, 
then went to farming the rest of his life, with residence near Malvern, in Wil- 
listown, Chester Co., Pa, 

Issue : — 

1937. Samuel, b. 1-1S-1S46; d. 7-15-1894. 

1938. Jonathan C, b. 11-13-1848. -~ ' 



VI— 622. PHEBE HATTOX (Sarah, Hannah, John, John, John), b. 
6 mo. II, 1818: d. 5 mo. 5, 1866; m. SLMEON HOOPES 11 mo. 12, 1840, 
son of Joshua Hoopes and Lydia Woodrow, b. 7 mo. 14, 1816; d. 9 mo. 12, 
1897. 

He was a cabinet maker by trade^ but worked as a carpenter for several 
years, after which he became a firmer, in which business he prospered, owning 
a small place on which he reside d, in East Bradford township. He finally sold 
this and purchased another farm, which he owned at the time of his death, and 
retired from active life, remo^•i:^g to West Chester. He was an active man 
all his life, and an ardent member of the High Street Friends' ^Meeting, from 
which place he was buried. He leaves a wide circle of friends and relatives 
who will mourn his loss. 

Issue: — 

1939, Anna Mary, b. 2-19-1842, : ; . 

1940. Franklin Woodrow, b. 9-16, 1855. 



VI— 623. LYDIA PIATTON (Sarah, Hannah, John, John, John), b. 4 
mo. 5, 182 1 ; d. 4 mo. 19, 1837. 

VI— 624. MARY ANN HATTON, b. 7 mo. 17, 1829; d. 4 mo. 19, 



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Attention may be caliea to uie luiusual ciicuni^iance of the last two sisters 
d}'ing on the same day. 

Cli. of John Martin {No. i6S) and Sarah Hatton. 

VI— 625. MARIA MARTJN. b. 11 mo. 2, 1822; d. 8 mo. 4, 1823. 

VI— 626. MARY MARTJN, b. 11 mo. 18, 1823; d. i mo. 11, 1829. 

VI— 627. HANNAH xMARTIN (John, Hannah, John, John, John), b. 
9 mo. 20, 1S25; d. I mo. 27, 1857; m. GIDEON HIZER, son of PhiHp 
Hizer and Ann Hatton, b. 11 mo. 22, 1803; d. 3 mo. 8, 1864; both buried at 
Concord jMtg. 

(PhiHp, b. 1776; d. 5 mo 30, 1847. Ann, b. 3 mo. i, 1784; d. 12 mo. 
12, 1847.) 

The Hizers were of German descent. The mothers of Gideon and Han- 
nah were sisters, therefore they were cousins. 

Issue : — 
1941. Sarah Ann, b. 8-25-1S54; d. 3-20-1855. ; ■ 

.VI— 628. BENJAIMIN HATTON MARTIN (John 5), b. 2 mo. 14, 
1830; d. 9 mo. 30, 1830. 

VI— 629. ENOCH PASSMORE HOOPES MARTIN (John, Han- 
nah, John, John, John), b. 10 mo. 5, 1S31; d. 12 mo. 9, 1905; m. SUSAN 
BEEBY 7 mo. 4, 1854, dau. of Daniel Beeby and EHzabeth Taylor, b. 2 mo. 8, 
1835; d. 12 mo. 2, 1S63. 

M. second, LYDIA \V. ECTOR, dau. of Robert and EHzabeth Ector, b. 
1830; d. 6 mo. 30, 1870. 

M. third, ANNIE B. YARN ALL, 6 mo. 12, 1872, dau. of Ephraim B. 
and Elizabeth Yarnall, b. 4 mo. 5.. 1838; d. 11 mo. 16, 1875. 

M. fourth HANNAH J. FREEL 2 mo. 7, 1878, dau. of James and Han- 
nah Freel, of Chester Co., Pa., h. 2 mo. 27,, 1839. 

He was a machinist by trade. Resided for many years in Kennett 
Square, then removed to Wilmington, Del., where his widow continues. He 
and deceased first and third wives were buried at Concord Mtg. 

Children by first wife : — 

1941. John B., b. 3-31-1S55. 

1942. Jesse H., b. 6-30-1858. 

1943. Hannah Louisa, b. 5-6-1861. 

Child by fourth wife: — 

1944. Harold Garfield, b. 4-29-1881. 



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VI— 630. LOUISA HOOPES MARTIN (John, Hannah, John, John, 
John), b. 5 mo. 27, 1834; d. 12 mo. 20, 1843. 

Line of John, Johx, John, Ha.vx.\h. 

Cli. of Lydia Martin {No. lyo) and Saniucl Marsliall. 

VI— 631. AMANDA MARSHALL (Lydia. Hannah, lohn, John. 
John), b. Jan. 4, 1824; d. April 5, 1861 ; m. STEPHEN THOMASSON Dec. 
21, 1843. 

He was a native of Tennessee, b. 1822; d. 1853. By trade he was a 
wheelwright. 

M. second, JOSEPH THOMPSON Nov. 16, 1S57. 
No further account of them received. 

Children by first husband : — 

1945. Susan, b. Oct. 6, 1S45; d. Sept. 27, 1879. 

1946. Samson, b. July — , 1849. 

1947. Lydia Lavinia, b. Sept. 11, 1851. 

1948. Stephen Andrevv, b. Islar. 9, 1853; d. circa, 1875. 

By second husband : — 

1949. Florence, b. Jan. 4, 1859. 

■ - VI— 632. MARTIN ^lARSHALL (Lvdia, Hannah, John, John, John) 
b. Dec. 27, 1827, in New York; m. MARY S. WOOD Dec'. 24, 1848, dau. of 
Elijah and Sarah Wood, b. April i, 1829. 

At last accounts he was a farmer with address Dellasus, Mo. 

Children : — 

1950. Man- E., b. Feb. 1, 1850; d. Oct. 7, 1851. 

1951. Lydia M., b. Mar. 2. 1S52. 

1952. Nancy A., b. July 5, 1S53. 

1953. Sarah H., b. July 9, 1855. 

1954. Samuel, b. May 11, 18.',7; d. Dec. 25, 1858. 

1955. Martha, b. July 4, lSr.9: d. Mar. 7, 1860. 

1956. Araminta A., b. Mav IS, 1862. V ,.. • ■ . 

1957. William F., b. Oct. 29, 1864. 

1958. John 1., b. Nov. 8. 1866. -• • 

1959. Thomas F., b. Dec. 22, 1868; d. Nov. 15, 1872. .!.{.. .. - 

1960. Lorance, b. Sept. 17, 1872. . . - - -■ . 

VI— 633. MARY MARSHALL (Lvdia, Hannah, Tohn, John, John), 
b. April 6, 1830, in New York; d. April 27, 1871 ; m. HENRY POSTON 
Aug. 22, 1849. 

He was a native of Tennessee; d. May 22, i860. He was a fanner and 
resided at Farmington, St. Francis Co., ^lo. 

Children : — 
19C1. Selina Jane, b. May 22, 1851. 

1962. Hannah Ann, b. Mar. 19, 1853. 

1963. Mary Alice, b. April — , 1854. 

1964. Eddy, b. Sept. — , 1856. 

1965. Lydia B., Feb. — , 1858. 

1966. James» b. Jan. 4, 1860. • • . , 



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VI — 634. HANNAH ALARSHALL (Lydia. Piannah. John, John, 
John), b. ALiy 28, 1837; d. Sept. 28. 1805; m- HliNRY B. FORD June 2, 
1864, son of Nelson Ford and Martha Wiley, b. May 22, 1S39 (?), Village 
Green, Delaware Co., Pa., and b,rother to Cornelia (See No. 639). 

They removed to Shipman Macoupin Co., 111. 

By trade he was a cooper. Fie ni. again and removed with last address 
Chandler, Garland Co., Ark. 



Children : — 
19C7. Martin Nelson, b. Jan. 4, 1S67; d. Aug. 1, 1867. 

1968. Jennie B., b. Aug. 6, 1868; d. Sept. 25, 1891. 

1969. Nellie Mabel, b. Sept. 8, 1872; d. June 20, 1874. 



Line of John, John, John, Hannah. 

Ch. of Thomas Martin {No. i/i) and Lydia Griihh, all born in Aston, Dela- 

v/are Co., Pa. 

VI— 635. B. FRANKLIN MARTIN (Thomas, Flannah, John, John, 
John), b. II mo. 4. 1822; d. 3 mo. 19, 1889; m. ANNA P. SWAYNE 3 mo 
II, 1852, dau. of Aaron Swayne and Mary Phipps; b. 5 mo. 15, 1826; d. 3 
mo. 4, 1902; both buried at Concord Mtg. No. children. 

They resided for some years and at the time of his death at Unionville, 
Chester Co., Pa., and kept a hotel. Flis widow afterwards lived in West 
Chester. 



VI— 636. SAMUEL G. MARTIN, b. 9 mo. 20, 1823; d. 9 mo. 23, 
1835- 



VI— 637. MARGARET MARTIN (Thomas. Hannah. John. John. 
John), b. 6 mo. 15, 1825; d. 3 mo. 14, 18S4: m. THOMAS SWAYNE 2 mo. 
3, 1853, son of Aaron Swayne * and Mary Phipps, b. 8 mo. 2, 1822 ; d. 3 mo. 6, 
1890; both buried at Cumberland Cemetery. 

He was a farmer, had a farm in Aston Twp; this he sold and purchased 
the homestead of his wife, which had been in the ■Martin family for several 

Note. — Aaron Swayne (b. 1785; d. 1836), son of George Swayne and Miriam Fore- 
man (dau. of Alexander and Esther, of V>Tiite Clay Creek, New Castle, Co., Del). George 
(b. 1752; d. 1831), son of Thomas Swayne (b. 1726; d. 1792), and Mary Sharpless (John 2. 
John 1), who were m. 3 mo. 18, 1749, at Chester Mtg. Thomas, son of William Swayne 
and Elizabeth Dell, dau of Thomas and Mary, of Ridley, Pa., who were m. 7 mo. 29, 1720, 
at Chester Mtg. 'William came to Pennsylvania before his parents on the ship Saulsbury, 
landing at Philadelphia 9 mo. 15, 1708, and settled on a farm of 195 acres in E. Marl- 
borough. He was a son of Francis Swayne and Elizabeth Milton, who were also emi- 
grants in 1710. They had become Friends in 1704 and Francis was afterwards a min- 
ister. He was a son of William Swayne, of Berkshire, England. His descendants are 
numerous. 



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generations. Here she died, after which he removed to West Chester and 
there died. 
Issue : — 

iy70. Thomas :\Iartin, b. 7-4-1S56; d. 4-1S-1S82; uiim. 

1971. Aaron, b. 9-22-1S5S; d. 9-22-1858. . 

1972. Lydia Anna, b. 8-17-1862. 

1973. George Elisha, b. 4-17-1868. 



VI_638. HANNAH ^lAKIA :.IARTIN, b. 9 mo. 24, 1833; d. 3 mo. 
19, 1834. 

VI— 639. WILLIAM! LEWIS MARTIN (Thomas. Hannah. John, 
John, John), b. i mo. 14, 1835; m. CORNELIA FORD 2 mo. 4. 1864, in 
lUinois, dau. of Nelson Ford and Martha Wiley, of Wabash Co., 111., b. 12 
mo. I, 1840. 

He was a school teacher for a few years, then went West to Illinois. After, 
his marriage they came East and farmed his father's place for a few years. 
then removed to Fredonia, Wilson Co., Kan., of which place he became post- 
master; present residence Altoona, same county. P. O. Box 243. 

Children ; — 

1974. Thomas Nelson, b. Dec. 10, 1864. - . . 

1975. Anna Julia, b. Mar. 17, 1866. 

1976. B. Franklin, b. Dec. 31, 1867; d. Sept. 21. 1869. 

1977. Mary L., b. Nov. 5, 1869. ; 

1978. Jane Ford, b. Mar. 23, 1873; d. Mar. 30, 1873. 

1979. Ella Lewis, b. Feb. 5, 1874; d. Feb. 19, 1S74. \ ^^ . 

1980. William Henry, b. Feb. 5, 1874. / ^^^^^• 

1981. Geo. Frederic, b. Mar. 16, 1879. 

1982. Charles L., b. June 28, 1882. , , . , 

Ch. of Mary Palmer (No. Z/j) ami Thomas Taylor. 

VI— 640. JOHN TAYLOR (Mary, John, John, John, John), b. 1834; 
d. 8 mo. 30, 1862; unm. , 

He was rather deficient in mentality. 

Line of JohXj John, John, Joseph. 

Ch. of Samuel Palmer (No. 1^4) and Ann Malin. 

Born in Bradford, Chester Co.,, Pa., except youngest. 

VI— 641. GRACE PALMER, b. 3 mo. 9, 1816: d. 10 mo. 15, 1824. 

VI— 642. ENOS PALMIER, b. 9 mo. 7, 1818; d. i mo. 20, 1820. 

VI— 643. JOSEPH PALMER, b. 11 mo. 14, 1820; d. 8 mo. 2^, 1831. 



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VI— -644. SA^IUKL PALMER (Samuel. Joscpli, Tohn. John. John). 
b. 5 mo. 18, 1S24; d. II mo. 24. 1907; m. MARY P.\LMV:R (Xo. 6S0) (his 
cousin), 1872; !x>th buried in Union.ville Cemetery. 

He was a farmer: resided on the homestead of liis father a number of 
years ; afterwards on various farms in Chester Co. 

Issue : — 

1983. Francis S., b. 5-13-1873. 

1984. Anna Mary, b. 2-6-1877. 



VI--645. SARAH ANN PALMER (Samuel, Joseph, John. John. 
John), b. 4 mo. 20, 1828; d. 7 mo. 10, 1875; unm. 

She lived with her parents at the homestead in Thornbury Twp., Pa., 
where she died; buried at Concord 'Mtg. She was a most estimable woman 
and greatly respected wherever known. 



VI— 646. MALIN PALMER, b. 12 mo. 9, 1830; d. 10 mo. 31, 1841 ; 
buried at Concord Mtsr. 



VI— 647. THOMAS PALMER (Samuel, Joseph, John, John, John), 
b. 12 mo. 26, 1831 ; unm. 

He continued for a time at the homestead, then became a professional 
nurse, and was for many years as such v>-ith the late George Brinton, a prom- 
inent character, land and mill owner, of Chester Co., Pa. He has since re- 
sided in retired life at West Chester, Pa. 

VI— 648. SUSANNA PALMER, b. 2 mo. 5, 1833; d. 2 mo. 5, 1833. 

VI— 649. EDWIN PALMIER (Samuel. Joseph. John, John, John), b. 
10 mo. 16, 1S36, in Pennsbury: m. REBECCA G. HOOD 11 mo. 25. 1S63. 
dau. of Benjamin Hood* and Hannah Y. Garrett, b. i mo. 3, 1845, '*^ Thorn- 
bury Twp. 

He was by trade a carpenter and followed that occupation and that of a 
builder the greater part of his life, except a few years at farming, and for 
many years has resided in Philadelphia, Pa., last at 3415 Haverford Ave. 

Issue : — 

1985. Hannah Ann, b. 4-14-1867. .-.■ . ' 

1986. Lyllian, b. 5-16-1870; d. 10-8-1870. _,. ' 

1987. Wilmer H., b. 3-23-1871. 

1988. Katharine H., b. 4-9-1874. 

Note.— Benjamin Hood, b. 7 mo. 13, 1815; d. 11 mo. 20, 1877, son of William Hood 
and Sarah Lobb (who were m. 1813), m. Hannah Y. Garrett, 12 mo. 7, 1S37, dau. of 
Abner and Rebecca Garrett, of Willistown Twp., b. 4 mo. 18, 1815. William Hood, son of 
Joseph Hood and Mary Fawkcs, who were m. 6 mo. 8, 1774; Joseph, son of Thomas 
Hood, Jr., and Rebecca Shute, and Thomas, Jr., son of Thomas and Mary Hood, the 
emigi-ants. 



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Ch. of Susanna Palmer {No. 775) and Thomas Good, all born in Chester 

Co., Pa. 

VI— 650. LEWIS GOOD (Susanna. Joseph, John. John, John), b. 6 
mo. 28, 1818; d. 2 mo. zy, ,1848; m. ELLEN TAYLOR. No issue. 
No further record obtained, except that she m. second husband. 

VI— 651. JOSEPH GOOD (Susanna, Joseph, John, John, John), b. 11' 
mo. 19, 1820; d. T nio. i, 1902; buried at New London Cemetery, adjoining 
Presbyterian church; m. SARAH A. DOUGHERTY 10 mo. 27, 1859, dau. 
of Philip Dougherty and Harriet Perry, b. 10 mo. 10, 1833; ^- i i''^^-^- 3i» 
1908. 

He settled on a farm which he purchased in Franklin Twp., near Kimble- 
ville, Chester Co., Pa., where he remained during his life. 

Issue : — 

1989. Susan H.. b. 2-1-1861. 

1990. Norris T., b. 10-31-1862. 

1991. Levis P., b. 6-2-1865. . • 

1992. Jos. Newlin, b. 10-18-1867. " ' 

1993. George N., b. 9-11-1870. 

VI— 652. PALMIER GOOD (Susanna, Joseph. John. John, John), b. 
9 mo. 18, 1822; d. 7 mo. 10, 1S86; buried at old West Grove Cemetery; m. 
MARIA E. KINSEY 2 mo. 28, 1850, dau. of Samuel Kinsey and Rachel 
Eastburn, b. 12 mo. 24, 1825. 

He was a farmer, but retired to West Grove, Chester Co., where he died 
ajid his widow continues. 

Issue : — 

1994. Mary Ida, b. 3-28-1851; d. 7-13-1851. 

1995. Rachel Ella, b. 9-25-1S52; d. 11-2-1852. 

1996. Samuel T., b. 11-10-1S55; d. 11-18-185G. 

1997. Joel Palmer, b. 5-29-1863. 

VI— 653. FRANCIS GOOD (Susanna, Joseph, John. John, John), b. 
4 mo. 4, 1824; d. 8 mo. 2-^, 1902; buried at old V>'est Grove; m. SARAH 
THOMPSON 2 mo. 11, 1852, dau. of Joel Thompson and Rachel Spencer, 
b. 5 mo. 21, 1827. 

(Joel Thompson, son of Eli and Elizabeth. Rachel Spencer, dau. of 
Joseph and Rebecca.) 

Francis Good was educated at Westlown Friends' School. He engaged 
in farming for three years in West FaHovfield Twp. lie then bought tlie old 
"Michener farm," which is now a part of West Grove borough, Chester Co, 
It was through his efforts, combined with Joseph Pyle. that this place was es- 
tablished, he being known as the "Fath.er of West Grove," a very thriving. 
town on the line of the Central Division of the Pennsylvania R. R. He re- 
mained here the rest of his life and his widow here continued. 

Issue : — 

1998. Lewis Palmer, b. 9-5-185.3. 

1999. Ella T., b. 3-17-1864, 



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VI— 654. ROBERT GOOD (Susanna. Joseph. Jolm. John, John), b. 3 
mo. 28, 1826; d. 6 mo. 2'j, 1869; ni. LETITIA l^EAX 3 mo. — , 1854. clau. 
of Samuel Bean. 

Resided at Lumberville, Bucks Co., Pa. No ch. 



nio 



VI — 655. ISAAC GOOD (Susanna. Joseph. John, John. John), b. 9 
K 28. 1827; d. 4 mo. 15. 1894; buried ^;t Xew Garden Mtg. ; m. ELIZA- 
BETH SEAL 3 mo. 2^, 1853, dau. of Caleb Seal and Lydia Thompson, b. 
2 mo. 25, 1828; d. I mo. 28, 1907. 

(Caleb Seal, son of Benjamin and Phebe. Lydia. dau. of William 
Thompson and Mary Barnard.) 

He was a farmer, first in London Grove and finally in Xew Garden Twp, 
his widow continuing with her daughters. 

Issue : — 

2000. Lydia S., b. 2-11-1854; d. 2-27-1862. 

2001. Susan Anna, b. 9-15-1855. 

2002. Mary P.. b. 11-20-1563. 

2003. Florence L., b. 11-1-1S6G; d. 11-21-1866. 

Ch. of John Palmer (A'y. ij6) cjid Sarah Marshall, probably all born near 

Marshallton, Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 656. MARSHAL PALIVIER (Tohn, Joseph. John. John. John), h 
7 mo. 16, 1822; d. 7 mo. 25. 18S2: m. BEULAH C. WILLIAMSON 4 mo. 
24, 1856, dau. of James Williamson and Zillali Coates. b. 1830; d. 7 mo. 6, 
1861. 

M. second, HANNAH WILSON, 5 mo. 13, 1869, dau. of William Wil- 
son and Hannah Brown, b. 8 mo. 9, 1819; dec'd. No ch. 

Resided at Toughkenamon. Chester Co., Pa. ; both buried at L'nion Hill. 

Issue bv first wife: — 

2004. Eva B.'. b. 2-1-1857; d. 2-21-1870. ,- /, . 

2005. Herbert W., b. 12-24-1857; d. 3-22-1858. , .'< ' ' 



VI— 657. ANNA MARIA PALMER (John. Joseph. John. John. 
John), b. 9 mo. 17, 1824; m. THOrvIAS P. HAWLEY 11 mo. 28, 1855, son 
of Joseph Hawley, Jr., * and Elizabeth Woodward, b. 6 mo. i, 1818: d. 8 
mo. 17, 1885. 

He was a carpenter and turner: resided in West Chester. Pa., where she 
continues with residence 223 S. Walnut St. 

Issue : — 



Note.— Joseph, Jr., a son of Joseph Hawley and Elizabeth Spackroan. Joseph. Sr., 
b. 3 mo. 21, 1735; d. 11 mo. 21, 1817. He was a sou of Benjamin Hawley and Dinah 
Gabiter, dau. of John Gabiter, of London, who were m. Mar. 5, 1730. Benjamin, b. 8 mo. 
(Oct. O. S.) 5, 1703; d. 7 mo. 29, 1782; buried at Birmingham Mtg.; he was a son of Thonia'^ 
Hawley, giinmaker. of London, and Frances Malin. rie came to Pennsylvania as a 
'•Redemptioner" in Jan. 1722-23. and served five years for his passage. He tausht 
school at times, and at intervals made two voyages to England. His first wife died 11 
mo. 26, 1761, and in 17G3 he m. Catharine HiUborn, who survived him. 

Elizabeth Woodward was a dau. of Thomas Woodward and Mary Pusey. 



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2006. Virginia, b. 9-6-1857; d. 3-16-1 SS7; unm. 

2007. Joseph P., b. 10-21-1S.'^9; d. 4-26-18S5; unm. 

2008. Howard, b. 8-14-1S65. 



VI— 658. PEXXOCK PALMER (John. Joseph, John, John, John), 
b. 9 mo. 17. 1824; d. 7 mo. i, 1905: m. DIXA H. MANN 11 mo. 10, 1853, 
dau. of Issacher Mann and Hannah Hilles,. b. 2 mo. 16, 1826: d. 10 mo. 7, 
1885: both buried at London Grove Mtg. 

(Issaclier ^Linn, son of Jolm and Lydia. Hannah, dau. of David Hillcs 
and Dinah Millhouse.) 

He was a farmer and was for some time with his uncle. Jesse Pahner. in 
Concord Twp.. Pa. Afterwards purcliased a farm in New Garden, Chester 
Co., Pa., where he continued most of his Hfe. but finally entered a home in 
Philadelphia, where he died. Issue : — 

2009. Carrie W., b. 10-22-1854. 

2010. Albert H., b. 8-27-1858. 

2011. Lydia Anna, b. 9-1-1862. 



VI— 659. JUNIUS MARSHALL PAL^vIER (John, Joseph. John, 
John. John), b. 3 mo. 10. 1828; d. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1892; m. HELEN M. 
DAY May 10, i860, dau. of Ira R. Day and Harriet Field, b. May 5. 1840: 
d. Sunday, ]Mar. 2T„ 1902; both buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Council 
Bluffs, Iowa. 

(Ira R. Day was b. ]Mar. i, 1807. ^t Catskill, N. Y. Harriet Field was b. 
April 26, 18 1 3, at Roobstown, O.) 

Junius M. Palmer engaged in his earlier life in cattle droving in Chester 
coimty and vicinity. The business not succeeding, he quit it and removed 
to Atwater, O., where he was married. They removed to Council Bluffs. 
Iowa., which became their future abode. Here he entered into the real es^ 
tate business, in which he was successful. In 1861 he was City Assessor and 
was Mayor of that city 1862 to 1864. "The Daily Nonpareil," of that city, 
at his decease paid a tribute to his life, saying: "J. M. Palmer has done as 
much probably as any other person to build up our city and has been one of 
our prominent and valued citizen^.'' 

His wife was much interested in many affairs of interest to her sex, and 
both were members of the Presbyterian Church. 

Their children were: — 

2012. Charles Day, b. 11-30-1865. 

2013. Harriette Irene, b. 12-5-18B8. 1 t • 

2014. Helen Humphrey, b. 12-5-1S68; d. 8-13-1869. | ^ ^^°^- 

2015. Mary Emma, b. 3-2-1870. 



VI— 660. KESTER PALMER (John, Joseph, John, John, John), b. 
4 mo. 10. 1829: d. 6 mo. it, 1862; buried at Marsliallton : m. ELIZA- 
BETH SPEAKMAN 12 mc. 30, 1858, dau. of Jonathan Speakman and 
Phebe Pearson, b. 10 mo. 15, 1836. No ch. 

After his death liis widow resided in West Chester, Pa. 



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VI_66i. JOHN PALMER (John, Joseph, John. John, John), b. l 
mo. 2, 1832; d. 2 mo. 25, 1901, unm. 

He kept a store at ^Lirshillton, Cliester Co., Pa., where he was hield in 
much respect; buried in Bradford Cemetery. 



VI— 662. MARGARETTA (Ma-gie) M. PALMER (John, Joseph. 
John, John, John), b. 8 mo. J2, 1S34; m. WASHLXGTOX VAXCE 4 
mo. 20, 186S, as liis second wif':*, son of Jacob Vance and Magdaline Kerns, 
b. 3 mo. 28, 1 810; d. 6 mo. 29, 1884. Resided in West Chester, Pa., where 
she continues at 220 West Barnard St. 

Ij^sue : — 
2016. Eleanor P., b. May 23, 1S74. = . ' . 



VI— 663. HUMPHREY PALMER (John, Joseph. John. John, John), 
b. 10 mo. 24. 1836; d. 10 mo. — , 1867; unm. 

He and sister following were buried at Bradford ^hg., Marshallton, Pa, 



VI— 664. SARALI A. PALMER (John. Joseph, John, John, John), 
b. 5 mo. 24, 1S39; d. 10 mo. 24, 1865; unm. 

VI— 665. E:^IMA E. PALMER (John, Joseph, John, John, John), b. 3 
mo. 4, 1841 ; unm. Resides at ]\Iarshallton. 

Ch. of Hannah Palmer {No. I/7) and Joshua Cloud, probably born in East 

Fallowiield, Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 666. JOHN CLOUD (Hannah. Joseph, John. John. John), b. 
7 mo. 10, 1824; d. 4 mo. 20, 190S. West Chester, Pa.; m. HAXXAH B. 
MARTIX' I mo. 12, 1854. dau. of Curtis ^lartin and Rebecca Walton, b. 
2 mo. 19, 1828; d. 9 mo. 30, 1874. 

M. second. LYDIA WILSOX 2 mo, 14, 1878, dau. of Joshua Wilson 
and Hannah Walton, b. 8 mo. 9, 1834: d. 4 mo. 28, 1907. 

All buried at Ercildoun Mtg. 

His education was obtained in the neighborhood schools. He then learned 
the carpenter trade with Joseph Ross and followed the trade for several years. 
He also followed pumpmaking. He theii took up surveying and conxeyancing. 
his operations being in the townships of East Fallowfield. Valley. Highland. 
Newlin, East and West ^^larlboro and the borough of Coatesville. His resi- 
dence was near McWilliamstov/n, Chester Co., but after his wife's death h<\ 
sold out his property and 10 mo. 7, 1907, removed to his sister's, in West 
Chester, Pa., where he died. PIc left no issue. 

VI— 667. JESSE CLOUD (Hannah. Joseph. John. John. John), b. 
4 mo. 17, 1832; d. 8 mo. 28, 1892; m. AXXIE ELIZABETH BALD- 



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WIN 4 mo. 23, 1857. dau. of Josluia IkiUlwin and Mary Speakman, b. 12 
mo. 18, 1827; d. 4 mo. 10. 190^). Resirled for some years in Philadelphia and 
afterwards in Chicago, 111., where they both died. 
Issue : — 

2017. William Penn, b. 11-23-1857; d. 7-21-1904. 

2018. Georgre Washington, b. 6-4-1859; d. 8-26-1S61. 

2019. Benjamin Franklin, b. 10-12-1860; d. 8-6-1S95; uum. 

2020. Abraham Lincoln, b. 2-24-1S62. 

2021. Joshua Baldwin, h. 12-25-1864. 

2022. Hannah Mary. b. 12-1-1S6G. 

2023. Robert Grant, b. 3-12-1S69; d. 10-17-1870. 

2024. Jessie Lily, b. 6-10-1874. 

VI— 668. SARAH ANN CLOUD (Hannah. Joseph. John. John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 4, 1836; m. THOMAS SPEAKMAN*2 mo. 16, 1857, son 
of George Speakman and Sidney Baldwin: d. 12 mo. 13. 1872. He was 
killed by the cars at Alliance, Ohio. She resides at 131 East Union street, 
West Chester, Pa. 

Issue : — 

2025. Ruth Anna, b. 10-20-1857. 

2026. Sydney, b. 5-10-1S59. 

2027. Joshua Cloud, 2-10-1862; d. 11-30-1871. 

2028. George, b. 9-7-1867. 

2029. Henry, b. 11-14-1870. 

2030. Minnie, b. 1-9-1873, 

Ch. of Rachel Palmer (No. I/8) and George Seeds. 

VI— 669. SARAH ANN SEEDS, b. 9 mo. 28, 1822; d. 8 mo. 13, 
1823. ., 

VI— 670. JOSEPH P. SEEDS (Rachel. Joseph. John. John. John), 
b. 9 mo. 28, 1823; d. 3 mo. ti. 1884; m. PHEBE WICKERSHAM 10 
mo. 14, 1846, dau. of Joel Wickersham and Lydia Pusey, b. 6 mo. 18, 1829; 
d. 7 mo. — , 1876. No issue. Both buried at ]Marshallton. 

He was a farmer with residence near Parkerville, Chester Co.. Pa. He 
was a man of very large stature, claiming to be the nearest of any in the family 
to approach the size of his great-grandfather. John Palmer, 3d. 

VI— 671. MARGARET H. SEEDS (Rachel. Joseph, John, John. 
John), b. 8 mo. 31, 1825: d. 3 rno. 29, 1857; m. WILLIAM S. HARLAN 
7 mo. 17, 1845, son of Israel Plarlan and Hannah Webb. b. 4 mo. 2T), 1819; 
d. 3 mo. 15. 1881. 

Resided in Oxford, Chester Co., Pa., where he was in business. 

Issue : — • 

2031. Hannah Ann, b. 7-14-1846. 

2032. Rachel Anna. b. 8-23-1848; d. 8-11-1878. 

VI— 672. MARY ANN SEEDS, b. 4 mo. 20, 1827; d. 10 mo. 30, 
1842. 



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VI— 673. RACHEL P. SEEDS, b. 12 mo. 23. 1S28; d. 6 mo. 9. 
1845- 

VI— 674. AMY AXX SEEDS (R-'^chel. Joseph, John, John, John), 
b. 9 mo. 13, 1830; cl. 6 mo. 11. 1905; unm. 

VI_675. AXX ELIZA SEEDS (Rachel, Joseph, John,, John, 
John), b. 10 mo. i. 1833; d. 2 mo. 6, 191 1 ; unm. 

Resided for many years at 239 West Barnard St., West Chester, Pa., 
where her sister hved with Iier Both buried in Bradford Cemetery. 



VI— 676. GEORGE W. SEEDS (Rachel. Joseph. John, John. 
John), b. II mo. 4. 1S36; d. 12 mo. 3. 1900: buried at ]\Iarshallton ; m. ELIZ- 
ABETLI \\'. FAUCETT 12 mo"! 8. 1864, dau. of George Eaucett and 
Mary Yearsley, b. 6 mo. 6, 1840. X^o issue. 

He obtained and resided on the mansion farm of his father, on the Bran- 
dywine Creek near Lenape, Chester Co., Pa., and was described as an "Honest 
upright citizen, a good neighbor and successful farmer." 

Ch. of George Palmer {Xo. i8r) and Mary Ann McFarlan, born in Chester 

Co., Pa. ' 

VI— 677. SARAH AXN PALMER (George, Joseph. John. John, 
John), b. 4 mo. 25, 1828: d. i mo. 2, 1906: m. HEXRY COBOURX 10 
mo. 23. 1S55. at her parents' home. Concord, Pa., by Friends' Ceremony, son 
of Abraham Cobourn and Hilary Ar.n Smedley, of Chester Twp., b. 3 mo. 12, 
1828. 

He was a teacher before m.; afterwards a farmer near West Grove, 
Chester Co., Pa. ;, . 

Issue : — . ! ; . 

2033. George Parker, b. 10-11-1856; d. 11-11-1906. 

2034. Sereno I., b. 11-10-1S63; d. 11-10-1863. 

2035. Horace M., b. 6-5-1865; d. 2-2S-1ST6. '- ' .-' : , 

2036. Charles S., b. 10-6-1SG7; d. 12-2S-18S5. • !-/. ;i ., , v !!i •... 



VI— 678. SUSAX PALMER (George, Joseph, John. John. John), b. 
9 mo. 13, 1829; d. 5 mo. 3, 1856; unm. 

VI— 679. JULIA AXX PALMER, b. 9 mo. 4, 1831; d. i mo. 28, 
1844. 



VI— 680. MARY PAL^[ER (George. Joseph. John, John, John), b. 
3 mo. 4, 1834; d. 9 mo. 26. 1910; m. SA^^IUEL PALMER 1872 (No. 644). 
Further record from his number. 



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VI— 681. JOSEPH PALMF.R (George. Joseph, John, John, John), 
b. I mo. 8, 1836: d. II mo. 17. 1899; buried at Ercildoim Mtg. ; m. RUTH 
BAKER 8 mo. 22, 1859, dau. of Reuben Baker and Rachel Russell, b. 7 mo. 

He was a farmer and paper maker, with a paper mill near Doe Run, 
Chester Co., Pa. The following- is from an obituary notice: 

"Mr. Palmer was 65 years of age. a veteran of the Rebellion and a mem- 
ber of Brandywine Post, Xo. 54. G. A. R., of Coatesville. For years past 
he has owned a mill property .nnd lias been engaged in the manufacture of 
paper board. He was remarkably clever in the use of mechanics* tools, and 
in his spare moments he found much pleasure in working out magnificent 
pieces of furniture and ornaments, much cf which were manufactured from 
horns. 

"Mr. Palmer was a generous, public-spirited citizen, with many frienda 
and few foes, and was highly esteemed in the community. He was always 
of a sunshiny disposition, always in good spirits, ever ready and willing to as- 
sist an unfortunate fellow being, and his passing away at this time will be sin- 
cerely regretted among the many people who knew him well." 

Issue : — 

2037. Granville Reuben, b. 11-18-1860; d. 11-17-1898. 

2038. Laura Marcia, b. 3-12-1S63. 

2039. Willis Baker, b. 1-20-1865. 

2040. Carrie May, b. 4-20-186S; d. 7-25-1868. . - 

2041. Emily Ethel, b. 8-21-1S69. 

2042. Mary Genevieve, b. 10-6-1871; d. 11-25-1886. 



VI— 682. ELIZABETH PAL^^IER (George, Joseph, John, John, 
John), b. 10 mo. 23, 1838; m. WILLIAM WALTON 3 mo. 13. 1862, by 
Friends' ceremony under care of Fallov.field ^^lonthly 3.1tg., son of Lewis 
Walton and Elizabeth Xeal *, of Flighland Twp., Chester Co., b. 7 mo. 11, 
1827; d. 10 mo. 3, 1886; buried at Ercildoim ^Itg. He was a farmer and 

♦Note. — Elizabeth Neal v.as a dau. of James Neal and Lydia Hall, who were m. 
11 mo. 9, 17S8, Lydia being a sisier to Elizabeth Hall of No. — , and Mary Hall of No. — ; 
and Elizabeth Neal was long a housekeeper for her maiden aunt, Ann Hall, in Concord, 
Delaware Co., Pa., before her msrriage. 

Lewis Walton was a son of Nathan Walton and Ann Roberts; Nathan was a son of 
Benjamin Walton. Jr., and Abigail Gilbert, dau. of Benjamin Gilbert and Sarah ilason, 
who were m. 1731. Benjamin, Jr., and Abigail Walton in a few years after their m. 
removed from Bybery, Pa., to Fallowfield, Chester Co. He v,-as b. 12 mo. 1. IT'iS, oeing 
a son of Benjamin Walton and Rebecca Homer, who were m. 1724. Benjamin, b. 1693. 
d. 1753, was the fifth of seven children of Daniel Walton and Mary Lamb. Ho inherited 
the farm of his father in Bybery and he and Rebecca were much respected in their 
neighborhood. Daniel Walton and Mary Lamb were m. 6 mo. 21, 1688. He was one of 
four brothers, to wit: Nathaniel, Thomas, Daniel and William, who came to America, 
arriving at New Castle in 1775. They ascended further up the Delaware river and set- 
tled in Bybery, Twp., Philadelphia Co., from, whence the family have widely spread. 
Daniel was considered amongst the faithful Friends of his day; he d. 1719. (See Hist, of 
Bybery.) Benjamin Gilbert, mentioned above, m. second Elizabeth Y^'alton in 1762, a 
sister to Benjamin Walton, Jr., and removed to Northampton Co., Pa., and settled on 
Mahoning Creek. They were here with their family taken captive by the Indians 4 mo. 
25, 17S0. He died in captivity from e:cpo.sure, 6 mo. S. 1750. The rest were finally re- 
leased and Elizabeth died in Fallowfield 8 mo. 10, 1810. 



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OAvned the homestead where he died. Slie resided in Coatesville, and later in 
Philadelphia. 
Issue: — 

2043. Mary Dent, b. 3-29-1863. 

2044. Isaac Palmer, b. 4-20-1865. 

2045. Gertrude Anna, b. 10-17-1867. 

2046. Bertha Julia, b. 9-16-1871. 

2047. Emma E., b. 8-15-1875. 

2048. Robert L., b. 4-26-1878. 

VI— 683. GEORGE GRANVILLE PALMER, b. 3 mo. 2^, 1841; 
d. II mo. 30, 1843. 

■ VI— 684. GEORGE ELWOOD PALMER, b. 12 mo. 21, 1843; d. 1 

5 mo. 2, 1844. 

VI— 685. ISAAC GRANVILLE PALMER, b. 5 mo. 13, 1845: d. 
9 mo. 17, 1863. 

VI— 686. GEORGIANNA PAL^vIER (George. Joseph, John. John, 
John), b. 2 mo. 3. 1848; m. MARIS T. WOLLASTON 12 mo. 20, 1870, 
son of Edwin Wollaston and Sarah Ann Taylor, b. 4 mo, i, 1845 : d. 6 mo. 30, 
1884. 

They resided at Unionvillc. Pa., where he died; buried at Union Hill 
cemetery. Her residence has since been at Kennett Square, Pa. 

Issue : — 

2049. Frederick P., b. 9-28-1871. 

2050. Caroline M., b. 10-31-1874. 

2051. Laura P., b. 6-28-1879. 

2052. Mary A., b. 6-28-1882. 

Ch. of Sarah Palmer (No. i8^) and Benjamin Palmer {No. 242). 

See his line. 

Ch. of Amy Palmer (No. 184) and Michael Myers, born near L^nionvilld 

Chester Co., Pa. 

VI— 687. JOSEPH MYERS, b. 4 mo. 4. 1846; d. 5 mo. 16, 1846. 

VI— 688. EMMA MYERS (Amy. Joseph. John, John, John), b. 9 
mo. 10, 1849; d. 9 mo. 11, 1902; buried in Unionville Cemetery: m. HENRY 
W. PUSEY 1872, son of Thomas Pusey, Jr., * and Ann Wickersham, b. 
5 mo. 21, 1846. 

Note.— Thomas, Jr., was a son of Thomas Pusey and Susanna White; and Ann was 
a dau. of Joel Wickersham and Lydia Pusey. 



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He was a farmer and also had lime kilns at the homestead of his parents 
in East Marlborough, but after a few years removed to the farm which Emma 
inherited from her father near Unionville. Chester Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

2053. Thomas M., b. 9-2-1872, 

2054. Hannah Elizabeth, b. 10-17-1S73. 

2055. Charles Henry, b. 9-29-1875. 

2056. Anna W., b. 9-4-1877. 

Line of John. John, John, Benjamin. 

Issue of Samuel Fabuer {Xo. iS^,) aud Mary Hall. 

VI— 6S9. ELIZA PALMER (Samuel, Benjamin, John, John, John) ; 
m. LEWIS WHEELOCK. 

Resided in Western New York. 
Children : — 

2057. Orlando. 

2058. Clarinda. 

2059. Albert. 

2060. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 11. 1835; d. circa, 1874. 

2061. Lewis. 
20G2. Almina. 

20G3. Fred. d. young. _ 

2064. Irena. 

2065. Cyrus. 

2066. Phebe. - 



VI— 690. ANN PALMER (Samuel 5, same line); m. GILBERT 
Finch. Four children : — 

2067. Joel 

2068. Horace. , 

2069. . ■ 

2070. ■' 



VI— 691. CATHARINE PALMIER (Samuel 6, same line), m. 
GEORGE PYRITZ. 

Issue, 4 ch. ; 2 boys, 2 girls : — 

2071. . , 

2072. • ' . ■ ' ^ •■ •' ' ' ^ • : , ' 

2073. , , . . . 

2074. . _ 

Ch. of Hannah Palmer {No. 186) and Amos Parker. 
The first six bom in Pennsylvania, the last three in Ohio. 

VI— 692. SAMUEL PARKER, b. Mar. — , 1812; d. Sept. 10, 1816. 



VI— 693. EPHRAIM PARKER (Hannah, Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. Aug. — 1814; d. iS6s m. MARY ANN LEHMAN 1835. • 



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i88 PALMER FA.NIILY. 



M. second SARAH GROVE, 1839, (widow). Removed to Champaign 
Co., O., where she (Hed. 

M. third (name not g-iven), then rcntoved to Missouri, where lie soon 
after died. 

Children by first wife: — 

2075. Sarah, b. 1836. 

2076. Mary Ann, b. 1837. 

By second wife: — 

2077. Hannah E. 

2078. Catharine. 

2079. Nathan T. 

No further information of these obtained. 



VI— 694. AXNE PARKER (Hannah. Benjamin. John, John, John), 
b. 9 mo. 10, 181 6; d. 7 mo. 20, 1824. 

She died at Lancaster, O., to which place her parents had come with their 
family a few days previous to make a settlement. 



VI— 695. SARAH PARKER (Hannah. Benjamin, John, John. 
John), b. July 22, 1818: d. May 16. 1901 : m. JOHN WILSON BUTTON 
Oct. 26, 1836, son of James and Elizabeth Button, of Perry Co., O., b. March 
7, 1 81 7; d. Aug. 21, 1 900; both buried at Salem U. B. Church, Perrv Co.„ 
Ohio. 

She came with her parents from Pennsylvania, when a child. He was 
born in Perry Co.. O., and thev lived there during their life near Junction 
City. 

He w"as a farmer. She was interested in crenealosr^' and furnished much 
mformation for the first edition of this woik. 

Children : — 

2080. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 9, 1837. 

2081. George W., b. Sept. 25, 1839. 

2082. Daniel B., b. Sept. 27, 1S41. 

2083. James K., b. :May 28. 1843; d. April 18, 1SS3. 

2084. Hannah, b. May 15: 1845; d. Sept. 4, 1904. 

2085. Nancy C, b. April 17, 1847. 

2086. Emma C, b. April 27, 1849. 

2087. Sarah A., b. May 15. 1851. 

2088. Albert, b. June 22, 1853; d. in infancy. 

2089. Oliver W., b. Sept. 9, 1855. 

2090. Henry D., b. Feb. 9, 1857. 

2091. Florence A., b. March 1, 1859. 19- i^i'''^ 

2092. Alice E., b. Jan. 4, 1861. 



VI— 696. HANNAH PARKER (Hannah. Benjamin. John. John. 
John), b. Dec. 20, 1820; d. Feb. 10, 1864: m. BANIEL STOLTZ Feb. 23, 
1838, son of Baniel Stoltz, who emigrated from ("lermany: b. Feb. 19, 18 18; 
d. Bee. — , 1877. 

They settled at Brennen, Fairfield Co.. O. : both buried at Old Bethel. 

Children : — 



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2093. Samuel, b. Sept. 16, ISJl; d. young. 

2094. Henry, b. June 27, 1842; d. young. 

2095. Amos, b. July 2, 1843. 

2096. Mary, b. April 15, 1845. 

2097. Lewis, b. Feb. 27, 1847; deceased, no date given. 

2098. George, b. Feb. 21, 1849; deceased, no date given. 

2099. Stephen, b. Feb. 9, 1850; d. April — , 1SS7. 

2100. Sarah, b. June 23, 1852; d. March — . 1862. 

2101. Katharine, b. June 12, 1855. 

2102. David, b. Aug. 4, 1S57. ■ 

2103. Jane Samantha, b. June 12, 1861. 

2104. Hannah M., b. Jan. 27, 18G4. 

VI— 697. AMOS PARKKR, b. 1S24; d. 1S24. 

He died at Cambridge, O., whilst his parents and family were yet on 
their way to the then West. - 

VI— 698. DAXIEL PARKER, b. Jtily 2^, 1825; d. Oct. — 1850; 
unm, 

VI— 699. HENRY PARKER, b. June 26, 1827; d. 1845. 

VI— 700. :vIARY PARKER (Hannah, Benjamin, John, John. John), 
b. Jan. 20, 1832: m. GEORGE \V. COXRAD Sept. 11/1859 (third wife), 
son of Christopher and Barbara Conard. b. Sept. 25. 1805; d. March 18, 
1884. Resided in Junction City. Perry Co., O., where he died, 

U. second, GEORGE HEET, March 25, 1886; b. Aug. 10, 1813; d. 
Oct. 19, 1903. 

Her address Pataskala, Licking* Co., O. 
Children : — 

2105. Joseph, b. June 6, 18C0; d. June 21, 1861. 

2106. Amos Gilbert, b. Jan. 30, 1862. 

2107. Albert, b. July 1, 1863; d. Sept. 30, 1864. 

2108. Leafy Agnes, b. Mar. 17, 1865; d. Aug. 21, 1902. • ' - 

2109. Hannah Margaret, b. Dec. 17, 1866. . ■ ■■ 

2110. Charles Edmund, b. Oct. 11, 1869. . ' 

Ch. of George Palmer {No. 18 j) and Abigail Wood. 
Born in Belmont Co., O. 

VI— 701. MARY ANN PAOIER, b. Feb. 19, 1819; d. 1819. 

VI— 702. SARAH ANN PALMER (George. Benjamin, John, 
John, John), b. Eeb. 23. 1820; d. ^larch 6, 1880; buried at ^Maiden. Ill; m. 
NIMROD HOGE. Aug. 30, 1838. son of Asahel Hoge and Sarah Hatcher, 
b. March 27, 1814; d. Sept. 17, 1894. 

They removed to La ^Moille Bureau Co., 111., where he engaged in farm- 
ing; thence to Dover, 111., where she died He then went to Carson, la. 

Issue: — , • . , •. 



190 PALMER FAMILY. 



2111. Arminda E., b. May 17, 1839. 

2112. Sarah Abigail, b. Jan. 8. 1S41. 

2113. Theudas Pennington, b. Feb. 1, 1S43. 

2114. Ellwood Palmer, b. July 12. 1847. 

2115. G€orge Palmer, b. Oct. 2, 1S49. 

2116. Charles A., b. July 23, 1857. 



VI— 703. NORRIS PALMER, b. Nov. 25, 1821; d. April 16, 1849; 
imm. 



VI— 704. CPIARLES W. PALMER (George, Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. Aug. 25, 1823, Trentcn, O. ; d. Jan. 3, 1893; m. LYDIA PITT- 
MAN Aug. 28, 1844, <^ai-i- of Uriah and Euphemia Pittman, b. April 8. 1824; 
d. Sept. 19, 1871. 

M. second ELIZABETH S. AMES, Sept. 12, 1872, at La Moille, 111, 
where she now resides; b. March 21, 183S, Forkston, Pa. 

He was a farmer; removed from Ohio to La ]\Ioille, Bureau Co., 111., 
where he died, and was buried, as also was Lydia. 

Children by first wife: — 

2117. Theudas W., b. July 23, 1845; d. June 26, 1906. 

2118. Anna W., b. Nov. 29, 1846. 

2119. Mary Eilen, b. March 6, 1849. 

Children by second wife: — 

2120. Harry "W. , . - ' 
Twins, b. May 22, 1875. 

2121. Hattie J. 



VI— 705. REBECCA B. PALMER, b. Mar. 13, 1825; d. Dec. — , 1850; 



unm. 



VI— 706. MARY WOOD PALMER (George. Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. April 23, 1827; d. June 22, 1892; m. GEORGE FRARY Jan. 31, 
1865, at Lloydsville, O., (his third wife), b. Sept. 10. 1811, at Hatfield, 
Mass; d. Nov. 21, 1903, aged 92 years. 

He was a farmer and resided at La ]Moille, Bureau Co.. 111., to which 
place he came in 1859. He had four children by former wives, one of whom 
was the wife of Gov. C. C. Stevenson, late of Nevada, and also one of the 
Lady Managers of the Columbian Exposition in 1893. 

Mary's issue: — 

2122. Clara Ann, b. Nov. 25, 1865. 

2123. Laura Bell, b. Oct. 15, 1867. . ; : " ; 

VI— 707. SAMUEL PAL^^IER (George. Benjamin, John. John. 
John), b. April 29, 1829; d. Sept. 3. 1899: m. SARAH LEE April i. 1856, 
dau. of Daniel Lee and Sophia Thomas, b. Dec. 25, 1836, in St. Lawrence 
Co., N. Y. 

He was a farmer and went from Belmont Co., O., in 1851 to Bureau 



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Co., 111., where they lived until 1885. wb.en ihey removed to Goldfield, la., 
where he died and she continues. Issue : — 

2124. Walter V., b. ^rarch 20, 1S57. 

2125. George L., b. March 8, 185'J. 

2126. Abbie Josephine, b. Aug. —, ISGl; d. March —. 1?07. 

2127. Charles Ellsworth, b. 18G4; d. April 14, 1865. 

2128. Ella Maude, b. 1866; d. about 4 years old. 

2129. Nina Florence, b. July — , 1872; d. Aug. — , 1S97. 
2100. Herbert Samuel, b. Dec. — , 1875. 



VI— 708. RL'TII A. PAOIER. {Georc^e, Benjamin, John, John. 
John), b. July 3. 1831. Belmont Co., O. : m. JOHN X. CHADDOCK Jan. 
10, 1878, (2nd wife). His first wife, her rister (see next No. 709). Xo is- 
sue. vShe resides with her step-son, R. P. Chaddoci<, Benton Harbor, Mich. 



VI— 709. RACHEL H. PALMER (George, Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. Dec. 12, 1833; d. June 21, 1877; m. JOHN X. CHADDOCR 
Jan. 5, 1854, son of Richard Chaddock * and Eliza Xicholson, b. Jan. 4, 18291 
Jefferson Co., O. ; d. ]\Iarch 31, 1906. 

He was a famier. Resided many years at La ^Moille, 111. Last residence, 
Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Issue: — 

2131. Richard Palmer, b. Dec. 26. 1857. - . 

2132. Annie Florllle, b. Feb. 12, 1S65; d. Dec. 26, 1896. 

2133. Samuel "SVilber, b. April 15, 1871. 

2134. Mar>' F., b. Aug. 12, 1873. 



VI— 710. HAXNAH E. PALMER (George. Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. Aug. 3, 1836; m. REV. JOSEPPI SHAW Feb. 6, 1873; d. Dec. 
13, 1898, aged 84 years. 

He was a ^Methodist minister belonging to Pittsburg Conference, former- 
ly near W^heeling. West Va. ; later near Beaver, Pa. 

Issue : — 

2135. George. 

2136. Jessie. ' 



VI— 711. BEXJA:^IIX palmer, b. May i, 1838; d. Dec. — , 1839. 

VI 712. ROBERT W PALMER (George, Benjamin. John. 

John, John(, b. Dec. 3, 1S40; m. HAXXAH H. BREWER Oct. 3, 1867, dau. 
of John P. and Xancy Brewer. 

They resided on the family homestead until 1903, when they removed to 
St. Clairsville, Belmont Co., O. 

Children : — 



Note. — Richard Chaddock v.-a.-^ h. Dec. 25, 1S07. in Baltimore. Md., and Eliza 
Nicholson was b. Sept. 4, ISOS, in Philadelphia, Pa. 



192 PALMER FAMILY. 



2137. Emma Leota, b. July 31, 1868. 

2138. Cora B., b. Oct. 3, 1871; d. May 31, 1902. 

VI— 713. CLARISSA ALMIRA PALI^IER (Geori^e, Benjamin, 
John, John, John), b. Aug. 3, 1842; ni. AMOS STOLTZ. Oct. 20, 1870 
(No. 2195) q. V. 

Ch. of Amy Palmer {No. 188) and Xafhaii Oliver, born in Columbia Co., Pa. 

VI— 714. JOHN OLIVER (Amv, Benjamin. John, John, John), b. 
3 mo. 29, 1818; d. 6 mo. 3, 1851 ; m. .MARTHA WINNER 12 mo. 28, 1841, 
dau. of Abraham and Rachel Winner, b. 9 mo. 26, 1821; d. 3 mo. 10, 1888. 

She m. second, Samuel Casner, 12 mo. i, 1857, of Warrensville, Pa., 
and by him had two sons, Cyrus and Harris G. Probably resided in Lycom- 
ing Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

2139. Eva, b. 9-13-1842; d. 9-19-1842. 

2140. Joseph W., b. 8-3-1843. 

2141. John Pemberton, b. 8-19-1850; d. 8-19-1852. 



VI— 715. PETER OLIVER (.\my, Benjamin, John, John, John), 
married and had a family but no record obtained. 

It is possible that he had a brother, Jacob Oliver, but no record of him 
found. 



VI— 716. MARY OLIVER, b. circa 1821 ; d. Jan. 5, 1866; unm. ; hved 
with uncle Benjamin Kester, near Rohrsburg, Pa. ; bur. ]Millville, Pa. 

VI— 717. SARAH ANN OLIVER (Amy, Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. Sept. 20, 1824; d. July 14. 1867. m. MATTHIAS KINDT Dec. 
29, 1848; b. March 24, 1824; d. April 16, 1894. 

He was a blacksmith and resided in [Madison Twp.. Columbia Co., Pa. 
He m. second wife. 

Issue by first wife: — 

2142. John P., b. Feb. 19, 1850; d. Aug. 27, 1862. 

2143. Robert C, b. June 26, 1852. 

2144. Nathan Oliver, b. Nov. 26, 1853; d. June 27, 1908. 

2145. Lewis F., b. Aug. 9, 1855; d. Aug. 16, 1856. 
2140. Nicholas Clifton, b. July 25, 1857. 

2147. Henry H., b. Nov. 22, 1858; d. Feb. 20, 1908. 

2148. Clara Ellen, b. May 10, 1860. 

VI— 718. ELEANOR OLIVER (Amv. Benjamin, John, John, John), 
b. Dec. 3, 1828; d. Eeb. 10, 1872; m. AMOS Y. JOHN Oct. 17, 1848, son 
of Asa T. John and Mary Thomas, b. Dec. 31, 1825; d. July 26, 1851. 

He was buried at Bear Gap, Northumberland Co., and she at Millville, 
Columbia Co., Pa. 



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Children : — 

2149. Henry H., b. Sept. 21. 1849. 

2150. Amos Y. Jr., h. Feb. 16, 1S52; d. Aug. 12, 1S94. 

VI— 719. RACHEL OLIVER (Amy, Benjamin, John, John, John), 
by circa 1830; d. ]March 29, 1874; iinm. 

She Hved with her uncle, Ephraim Parker, at Rohr.sburg, Columbia Co., 
Pa. 

Ch. of Peter Palmer (No. igo) and Mary Vanhorn, born in Lycoming Co., 

Pa. 

VI— 720. JOHN K. PALMER (Peter, Benjamin, John. John. John). 
b. Oct. 29, 1821; d. June 2, 1906; bur. Augusta, Wis.; m. J AXE WiLsOX 
Nov. 16, 1843, dau. of John Wilson and Hannah Herrir.gton, b. Aug. 9, 1824^, 
d. May 13, 19 10. 

He was a farmer. Removed to Excelsior, Richland Co., Wis. ; at one 
time he engaged largely in the i:ultivation of hops. Last residence Augusta,. 
Wis. 

Children : — 

2151. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 2, 1844. 

2152. Elizabeth Ann, b. July 11. 1847. 

2153. William Henry, b. June 12, 1851. 

2154. Emily Sophrena, b. Sept. 19, 1S53; d. Jan. 19, 1S92. 

2155. Hannah Alice, b. July 21, 1856; died at age of one year. 

2156. Delpha Alma, b. Dec. 20, 1860. 

2157. Rosella Edith, b. Sept. 8, 1S63. 

2158. Peter Wilson, b. Nov. 21, 1866. 



VI— 721. J AXE PALMER (Peter. Benjamin. John, John, John), 
b. Oct. 21, 1823; d. May 18, 1909; m. IR.\ LUXDY Xov. 14, 1843, son of 
Thomas Lundy and Catharine W^agoner, b. Eeb. 28, 181 7; d. Sept. 29, 1886; 
buried at Elysian, Minn. 

He was a farmer, and resided at X'orth Freedon, Sauk Co., Wis. ; re- 
moved in IMay, 18S0, to Minn., where he died, and his widow still lives with 
her daughter Alice. Address, Brainard, ■Minn. 

Children : — 
2150. Mary E., b. Feb. 7, 1845. 

2160. Peter W., b. July 22. 1848; d. Sept. 2S, 1S56. 

2161. Susan M., b. Nov. 7, 1852. '■ 

2162. Delphia A., b. Aug. 5, 1856; d. Sept. 28, 1856. 

2163. Catharine, b. Oct. 23, 1859. 

2164. Alice, L., b. Oct. 15, 1863. 

VI— 722. AXX PAL:\IER (Peter. Benjamin. John. John. John), b. 
Oct. 22, 1825; m. CHARLES LOYD WOOD Oct. "9. 1846, son of Henry 
Wood and Elizabeth Guye, b. May 24, 1824; d. Feb. 2^, 1896. 

Removed to Sauk Co., Wis , thence to Boulder City, Boulder Co., Col., 
where he died ; buried in Boulder Cemetery. 

Children : — . . 






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2165. Mary E.,b. Dec. 9. ISIS. 

2166. Philarmon P., b. April 26. 1S51. 

2167. Margaret I., b. Sept. 17, 1S32. 

216S. Thurman, F., b. June 2S, lS5-t; d. 8 mo. 21, 1S5S. 

21G9. Theresa D., b. July 29, 1S36. 

2170. William A., b. .Mar. 2S. 1S59; d. Mar. 28, 1S80. 

2171. Franklin P., b. Dec. 30, 1S60. 

2172. Henry E., b. June 26, 1&62. 

2173. Elpha, b. Mar. 7, 1S64; d. Mar. 11, 1S64. 

2174. Hannah A., b. June 11, 1866. 



VI— 723. WILLIAM V. PALMER (Peter, Benjamin, John, John. 
John), b. Nov. 29, 1S27; d. ^larch 24, 1900: m. DEBORAH HART^lAX 
April 12, 1849, "^^u. of Peter and Ehzabeth Hartman, b. Aug. 15, 1824; d. 
Feb. 2^, 1863. 

M. second, ANNA DALBEY, dau. of Abel and Rebecca Dalbey, b. 
Feb. 28, 1837; d. Jan. 19, iSSi. 

M. third, FRANCES KIRKENDALL Feb. 9. 1SS2. 

He was a machinist. Resi-led at Berwick, Columbia Co., Pa., where he 
and his second wife were buried in Pine Grove Cemetery. His widow now 
lives in Berwick. 

Child by first wife: — 

2175. Alice L., b. July 4, 1852. 

Issue by second wife: — 

2176. Harry F., b. Nov. 2S, 1866; d. June 7, 1867. . 

2177. Sallie A., b. April 20, 1868. ' ■ 

2178. Robert A., b. Nov. 4, 1870; d. Aug. 12, 1871. 

2179. Mary R., b. Aug. 25, 1872; d. Oct. 13, 1897. 

VI— 724. ^lARGARET PALMER (Peter, Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. May 19, 1830; d. April 12, 190S: m. PAUL HARMAN Oct. 14, 
1852, son of Jacob Harman and Barbara Shellhamer. b. Mar. 28, 1824; d. 
June 20, 1906; both bur. Edge\\ood Cemetery, Montoursville, Pa. 

He was a farmer and resided near W'^arrensville, Lycoming Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

2180. Alice, b. July 20, 1853; d. March 19. 1904. 

2181. Anna, b. Dec. 1, 1854; d. Feb. 6, 1876. 

VI— 725. DEBORAH PALMER (Peter, Benjamin, John. John, 
John), b. July 14, 1832; d. July 7, 1900: m. JEREMIAH CRAWFORD 
Aug. 17, 1 85 1, son of William Crawford and Rebecca Tallman, b. Jan. i, 
1826; d. ]May 29, 1907, both buried at Sand Hill Cemetery, iMontoursville, Pa. 

He was a lumber dealer and resided in Williamsport, Pa. 

Children : — 

2182. Savilla, b. Sept. 25, 1851; d. Dec. 21, 1871. 

2183. George W., b. Sept. 13, 1853; d. July 27, 18S9. 

2184. John Pierson, b. Oct. 15, 1855. 

2185. Nicholas Benjamin, b. Oct. 7, 1857; d. May 29, 1907. 

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John), b. May 10, 1835; d. Tan. 10, 1895; "i- GEORGE KIMBLE Jan. 12, 
i860, son of Peter Kimble and Elizabeth Blair, b. Sept. 6. 1837. 

He m. second, Elizabeth Harrer April 15, 1901, dan. of Leonard Harrcr 
and first wife, Caroline I^liller (for the latter's second wife see No. 196). 

He was a farmer, for many years owning a farm near Warrensville, Ly- 
coming Co., Pa., but of late years has resided at 835 Washington St.. and 820 
Cherry St., W'illiamsport. Pa. The compiler of these records warmly appre- 
ciates his kindness in the summer of 1905, for a ride to see others of the fam- 
ily and old family residences and grave yard at Quaker Hill, where many of 
the family are buried, and also for much information furnished in 1907. 

Children : — 

2186. Zephaniah H., b. June 6, ISOO; d. April 14, 1907. 

2187. Mary E., b. Oct. 9, 1866. 

VI— 727. BENJA^^IIN PALMIER (Peter, Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. Dec. 25, 1837; d. Feb 2,-iQio; bur. Washington Street Cemetery, 
Williamsport, Pa. 

M. MARY JANE WHEELAXD Jan. 16. 1S62, dau. of Joseph 
Wheeland and IMary Cain, b. Sept. 19. 1841 ; d. ^lar. 9, 1902. 

M. second HANNAH LONG (nee Turner) June 28, 1904. widow of 
James Long and dau. of William Turner and Mary Hiss. b. July 29, 1842 
(William Turner had been an associate judge of Nortliumberland Co., Pa.) 

Benjamin obtained the family homestead and farm near Warrensville, 
Lycoming Co., Pa., with address Williamsport, Pa., R. D. 

Child by first wife: — 

2188. William Edward, b. Jan. 31, 1S63; d. Aug. 24, 1873. 



VI— 728. ZEPHANIAH MAHAN PALMER (Peter, Benjamin, 
John, John, John), b. June 6, 1840, in Lvcoming Co., Pa. ; m. DELIA ANN 
HAMILTON Jan. 7. 1866, dau of Nathaniel Hamilton and Charlotte Chase. 
b. Nov. 28, 1845. i" Jefferson Co., Wis 

He was, by trade, a blacksmith. Removed from Pa to Evansville, Rock 
Co., and later to Stoughton, Wis. During the Civil War he enlisted in Com. 
F, 23rd Reg.. Wisconsin Vol. Inf., Aug. 9 1862, and received honorable dis- 
charge at Mobile, Ala., on July 4th, 1S65. The following is a list of the most 
important battles in which he took part : Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas Post. 
Cypress Bend, Greenville, Port Gibson, Champion Hills, Black River Bridge. 
Seige of Vicksburg, Seige of Jackson. Carrion Crovv- Bayou. Sabine Cross 
Roads, Cane River. Jackson, Seige of Spanish Fort. Blakely. Ala. 

After his discharge he returned to Evansville. Wis., where he married 
and settled. He continued to follow his trade of blacksmith. 

They had one child : .. 

2189. Clinton Duane, b. June 17, 1868. 

VI— 729. ELMIRA PALMER (Peter. Benjamin. Tohn. John. John), 
b. Aug. 12, 1842; d. May 18. 1909; m. WILLIAM II. }d6STELLER 



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Feb. 14, 1864, son of Henry ■\[ostcllcr and Mary Foglenian, of Monroe Co., 
Pa.; b. Mar. 2^, 1S42; d. Sept. 3, 1909; both bur. in Montoursville Cemetery, 

He was a farmer and had a fertile and well cultivated farm near Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 

Children : — ^ 

2190. Anna S., b. Oct. 11, 1864. 

2191. James F.. b. Julv 23, 1S70. 

2192. George A., b. Nov. 24, 1873. 

2193. Peter B. P., b. Feb. 28, 1880; d. Sept. 26, ISSO. 

Ch. of Isaac K. Pahiicr {No. iQi) and ElizabctJi TJiompson. 

VI— 730. SARAH AXN PALMER (Isaac, Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. July 3, 1824. 

She m. and had children, but no further record obtained. She was in Ohio 
at one time. 

Ch. by Second Wife, Abnira Clement. 

VI— 731. ISAAC CLEMENT PALMER, b. Sept. — , 1S38; d. Jan. 
— 1839. 



VI— 732. ROBERT FREE^L\N PALMIER (Isaac. Benjamin, 
John, John, John), b. June 9, 1840, in Chicago, 111.; d. Jan. 4, 1862; unm. 

He was a soldier in the Civil ^Yar; he enlisted Aug 12th, 1S61, and was 
mustered into the service as a member of Company E, Third Regiment. Xew 
Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. His death was due to working in the hot 
sun on the fortifications at Hilton liead, S. C. which brought on congestion 
of the brain, and he lived only sixteen hours after being relieved from duty. 
He is buried in the National Cemetery at Hilton Head. Soutli Carolina. 



VI— 733. JOHN CLEMENT PAL:\rER (Isaac, Benjamin. John, 
John, John), b. Sept. 8, 1842, in Concord, New Hampshire. 

He enlisted in Company C, 13th Regiment. New Hampshire Volunteer 
Infantry, August i rth. 1S62, and was discharged at Patterson Park V. S. 
General Hospital, Baltimore, ^Maryland, June Sth, 1865. having served two 
years and ten months. He was taken a prisoner November i8th. 1S64. in 
an attack on the picket line on the Bermuda Hundred line of works, a few 
miles from Richmond. Virginia. He was held as a prisoner of war four 
months; being confined one month in Lihby and Pemberton prisons in Rich- 
mond, Va., and three months in Salisbury, North Carolina. He suft'ered ter- 
ribly from exposure, starvation, and other hardships while in these prisons. 
and was almost a physical wreck when he v.as released, ]\Iarch 14th, 1865, 

Soon after leaving the service he went to \\'inona. Minnesota, where he 
lived about eight years; the most of this time he was in the employ of the 
Winona & St. Peter Railroad Co., and the Chicago & Northwestern Railway 
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3ear.s in the employ of the X. Y. P. «S; (). Ky Co., aiul the Ivrie Raih'oad as 
bookkee])er. He is at present c-.igai^ed in t!:e insurance Ijusniess in Clc\elanfl. 
Oliio. with a<l(h-ess. ^Sj The .Vrcade. 
He bias never married. 

The following account of his ca{)ture is from tlie [)en ui Captain Dr. R. 

B. Prescott: 

"During the winter of lStJl-3 it v,as the fortune of the writer to b;? in c-o'junund 
of 'Fort McConihe.' a small fort situated on tlie Bermuda Hundred front in Vii-ania 
about midway beiweeu the .lames and Appomattox rivers, which was built for t!ie pro- 
tection of the Union picket line. One exceedingly dark night it was absolutely necessary 
to knov,' which side held the pkket line. So volunteers were called for to go down and 
ascertain if possible how matters stood. All realized the dauiier of such an expedition 
and a second call had to be made when a voice responded "I'll go." quickly loUowed by 
another. The first speaker proved to be one of tlie youngest men in the garrison, .Tohn 

C. Palmer, a mere lad of eighteen. With strict injunctions to observe care and caution 
the two, the younger in advance, stole out into the darkness; then followed a few moments 
of silence and expectation, when suddenly a single musket shot was heard and a moment 
after the second of the two returned with haste and excitement, exclaiming, "They've got 
him! They've got him, and the rebs are down there in force.' It seems that they had 
advanced tint a short distance beyond the abatis when a .-tern voice said 'Halt.' and at 
the same instant a hea^y hand was laid upon the foreino^t man. the second Instantly 
comprehended the situation, turned and fled, followed by the shot we heard, ^ut which 
iu the darkness missed him. The youthful hero who voluntarily sacrificed himself to 
save his comiades never returned to his company. We heard indirectly that he was 
taken to a Southern prison pen and after a time exchanged. The writer never looks over 
the final muster-roll of Company C, without reading opposite the name John C. Falmer: 
•Captured by the enemy at Fort McConihe, November IS. 1SG4,' and recalling the thrill- 
ing experience of that eventful night." 

Ch. by Third Wife. Sophronia Tfioiiipsoii. ' . ■ 

VI--734. ALMIRA C. PALMER (Isaac s). b. Nov. 6, 1S47; d. ^sLay 
2, 1848. 

Ch .of Mary K. Palmer {Xo. iqj) and George IVlieeland, born in Tioga Co., 

nc. r.- . ■■:.. . .. . ', Pa. 

VI— 735. GEORGE R. WHEELAXD (Marv, Benjamin, Tohn. 
John, John), b. Dec. 14. 1827: m. MARY A. BECK Dec, 13. 1849, ^a^^- ^^ 
Jacob Beck and Catharine Miller, b. }^Iay 25, 1S32: d. Sept. 2. 1S69; buried 
at Lutheran chmxh (her parents settled in Libertv Twp.. Tioga Co.. Pa., in 
1809). 

He is a farmer, owning tie homestead in Liberty Twp, immediately on 
the line of Tioga and Lycoming Co,. Pa., the courity line running through th.e 
farm, with address Liberty. Pa. 

He enlisted on Sept. 12. 1864, in Co. E. 207th Reg. Pa. \'ol. Inf.. dur- 
ing the Civil War and served in the Arm;- of the Potomac; was disabled by 
accident to his ankle in marching and disch.arged May 31. 1S65. He is the 
insurance agent in his neighborr.ood for the West Branch Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Company of Muncy. Lycoming Co.. Pa. 

Children : — 

2194. Henry William, b. Dec. 31, 1851: d. Oct. 24, 1854, 

219.5. Alice C, b. July 21, 1S54. 

2196. Clarence Albert, b. Feb. 27, 1856. '. 1 . , ■ 



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2197 Clinton W.. b. Feb. 22, 1S58. 

2198. CharlPrf E., b. Jan. 2'd, IStJo. 

VI_736. LYDIA AXX WHF:ELAXD (Mary, Benjamin. John. 
John. John), b. Aug-, ii, 1S29; d. Nov. 8, 1906; m. ROBERT C. COX April 
7, 1S46, son of William Cox and Hannah Corson, both of German descent, b. 
Nov. 18. 1823. at Fairfield. Lycoming- Co.; d. June 21, 1901, at Wellsboro, 
Tioga Co., Pa. ; both buried in ^A'ellsboro Cemetery. 

He was raised on a farm and inured to all the tribulations of pioneer 
life, for in the days of his youth there were ver\- few of the comforts of to- 
day obtainable. He attended tnc district school two or three months during 
the winter, when he could be spared from work. Upon reaching manhood he 
married ]\Iiss Lydia Ann W'heeland and took her to his Tioga county home. 
She was an unpretending country girl, handsome but not vain. Her steadi- 
ness and firmness of character was the stay of the family all through life. 
She was always watchful over her children, but never austere and not opposcfi 
to their participation in innocent amusements. 

]\Ir. Cox started life as r. farmer, which he followed for eight years, 
during which time he cleared, fenced, and cultivated about seventy acres of 
land mostly with his own handr. In 1S54 he sold his farm and engaged '"n 
the mercantile and lumbering business. This he discontinued during the 
Civil \\'ar, but resumed again and continued from June 1865 until 1869, 
when he was elected to public office. 

He commenced an army record with a commission dated July 18, 1854, 
as Brigadier Inspector, with rank of Z\Iajor, and was again commissioned 
June 6, 1859, to June 1864. He was instrumental in raising several com- 
panies of infantry at the commencement of the Civil War. He was commis- 
sioned Major of the 171st Reg. Pa. Vol. Inf. X^'ov. 16, 1862. and saw severe 
service in the field in various campaigns, mostly in Virginia. He was commis- 
sioned Colonel of the 207th Reg. Pa. \'o!s. Sept. 28. 1S64, and was breveted 
Brigadier General April 9, 1865, and mustered out of service }*Iay 31, 1865. 
He published an interesting pamphlet of his "recollections of the War." 

In the civil line of service he was appointed Postmaster at Liberty, Ti- 
oga Co., Pa., April 13, 1869, having previously been elected a Justice of the 
Peace in February, 1S62, which office he held for five years. 

In 1869 he was elected County Treasurer of Tioga county for three years, 
and removed to Wellsboro in 1870. In 1S72 he was elected to the office of 
Prothonotary of that county, and re-elected six times thereafter, thus holding 
this office seven terms, for tweny-one years. 

Children : — ,_ 

2199. Henry Charles, b. Oct. 31, 1S48. ■ ' , , - . ,-. 

2200. Mary Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2^!. 1551; d. Sept. 11, 1892. 

2201. Carrie Maria, b. July 7, 1S56; d. Feb. 24, 1901, 



VI— 737. WILLIAM p. W^HEELAXD (Marv. Benjamin. John, 
John, John), b. Oct. 29, 1832: d. April 17, 1865; m. LUCETTA SHEFFER 
Dec. 21, 1855, dau. of Joseph and Julia Shcffer. 

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received at the siet:^e of Petersljurg. \'a. His widow m. again to William Art- 
ley, by whom she had three chiUh'en. 

W'ilham's children were : — • 

2202. Wellinstou W., b. Dec. 13, 185G. 

2203. Henry, b. June 2S, 1S5-; d. at 4 years old. > 



VI— 738. SAMUEL WHEELAND (Mary 5), b. Dec. 23, 1834; d. 
same date. ■ . 



VI— 739. ^lARV CHARLOTTE W'HEELAXD (Marv. Benjamin. 
John, John, John), b. April 13. 1837; d. Jan. 13, 1905: m. AAROX BROWX 
April 4, 1858. 

He emigrated from Ireland. They removed to Ophir, La Salle Co., 111. 
He d. March 23. 1SS3. She went to Iowa in 1893 and died at the home of 
her brother, Charles, at Garden Grove, la. 

Children : — 

2204. Mary Ellen, b. Feb. 21. 1859; d. Feb. 1, 1894. 

2205. George Robert, b. Dec. 28, 1860; d. Aug. 12, 1886. 

2206. Frank William, b. Jan. 23, 1863; d. March 29. 1883. ' ' 

2207. Ida, b. Oct. 9, 1865; d. Oct. 30, 1865. 

2208. Charles Aaron, b. Dee. 31, 1867; d. March 8, 1887. 

VI— 740. HANXAH WHEEL AXD (Mary 5). 

VI— 741. RACHEL W^HEELAXD (^lary 5). 

They were twins, b. July 20, 1840; both d. July 29, 1840. 

VI— 742. CHARLES D. WHEELAXD (Marv. Benjamin, John. John, 
John), b. Xov. 4. 1841 : m. XAXCY ELLEX KEHLeR Feb. 28, 1864. dau. 
of I^Iichael Kehler and Fanny Levegott. 

He enlisted in Com. E, 207 Reg. Pa. Reserves, same as his brothers. Re- 
moved to Garden Grove. Decatur Co., Iowa, where they reside. 

Child :— 
2200. Anna Eleanor, b. April 11, 1873. 

VI— 74V ISAAC F. WHEELAXD (]Marv, Benjamin, Tohn. lohn. 
John), b. Jan. 25, 1845; m- ^L\RY ADELLA LICHTEXTHALER March 
16, 1873. dau. of David Liclitenthaler and Caroline Lunger, b. Aug. 7. 1852. 

He enlisted in Com. E, 207 Reg. Pa. Reserves, the same as his brothers, 
all four being in the Army of the Potomac and seeing much stirring service. 

He is a watchmaker and jeweler: also Justice of the Peace, and resides in 
Liberty Borough, Tioga Co., Pa. 

Child :— 
2210. Mary Caroline, b. March, 16, 1874; d. Feb. 22, 1900. 



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Cli. of Joseph K. Palr.'.cr {No. ipj) and Eliza A. Hubert. 

VI— 744. SARAH BARTON PALMER (Joseph, Benjamin, John. 
John, John), b. circa 1832; d. at age of one year. 

VI— 745. ISAAC A. PALMER (Joseph, Benjamin, John, John, John), 
b. Mar. 4, 1835, at St. Clairsville, O. ; d. (Dct. 24, 1908, at Soldiers' Home, 
Roseburg, Ore. ;' m. ISABEL A. YOUXG Aug. 17. 1859, at Eau Clair Co., 
Wis., dau. of WilHam and Philcjia Bass Young, b. June 22, 1841 at Wadding- 
ton, N. Y. They were legally separated in 1876. 

M. second, HARRIET E. McCORD. 

He was an architect and builder; removed in 1871 from Augusta, Wis., 
to Seattle, Wash ; thence to Medford, Oregon. 

Children : — 

2211. Ida AdPlle, b. Jan. 2, 1861. 

2212. Stella Medora, b. Jan. 23, 1S63. 

2213. Lincoln Ellsworth, b. Aug. 15, 1866. 

VI— 746. ELIZABETH A. PALMER (Joseph. Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. Feb. 20. 1837, at St. Clairsville. O. ; d. Sept. 27, 1884; m. NICH- 
OLAS SHONG Oct. 27, 1861, at Augusta. Wis. He was b. June 24, 1834, in 
the Province of Lorraine, France (now Germany) and now resides at Mc- 
Minnville, Tenn. 

Children : — .^ 

2214. Cora E., b. July 8, 1862. 

2215. Margaret A., b. July 24, 1S64; d. April 14, 1880. 

2216. T.aFayette, b. Jan. 26, 1868; d. April 23, 1880. 

2217. ^Villard, b. April 16, 1873; d. April 11, 18S0. ' ' . 

2218. Archie Palmer, b. June 15, 1878. 

VI— 747. JOHN W. PALMER (Joseph. Benjamin, John, John, John), 
b. March 24, 1840, St. Clairsville, O. ; m*. FRANCES J. BRIDE Oct. 8, 1871, 
Augusta, Wis., dau. of John A.thur Bride and r^Iary Jane Hall, b. Nov. 4, 
185 1, Whitewater, Wis. 

He removed to Seattle, W^ash, in 1872; thence to a farm at Dayton, 
Wash., Mar. i, 1SS2; ther.ce to Washtuena, Wash., where he took up a home- 
stead. 

Children : — 

2219. Charles A., b. Jan. 20, 1873; d. Dec. 13, 1882. ^ 

2220. Milton E., b. Sept. 13, 1877. 

VI— 748. GEORGE WASHINGTON PALMIER (Joseph. Benjamin, 
John, John. John), b. March 19, i8di, at St. Clairsville, O. ; m. LYDIA 
MARLATT Dec. 14, 1865. 

By trade he was a millwri.^dit. Address 600 We^tlake avenue, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Children : — 

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2222. Oscar Fitzgt'rald. b. June 3. 1S6S; d. 1872. 

2223. Llla Murial. b. March 12. 187S. 

2224. Eleanor R., b. Nov. 1, 1885. 

VI— 749. PETER KESTER PALIsiER (Joseph. F'c-jani^r, John, 
John, John), b. Jan. 9. 1843, in Lycoming- Co.. Fa.\ m. HAXX.MI M. RUS- 
SELL Jan. 7. 1S68. Augusta, Wis., dau. of EHpha Russell a;ul Lv.cy Proctor, 
b. June 17, 1843. ^^ Madrid, St. Lawrence Co., X. Y. 

He was at first a farmer then most of the time for twenty-five years a 
foreman for the Shell Lake Lumber Co., of Shell Lake, Wis. : later residence, 
34 North Eleventh St., Minneapolis, ?\Iinn., where they are living retired. 

Children : — 

2225. Clarence Frank, b. Mar. 24, 1872; d. Oct. 27. 1901. 

2226. Ellpha Russell, b. July 15, 1874. 

2227. Florence Effie, b. Oct. 10, 1875. 



VI— 750. CHARLES A. PALMER (Joseph, Benjamin, John, John, 
John), b. Feb. 26, 1846, at Warrensville, Lvcoming Co., Pa.; d. Feb. 26, 
1889, at Dayton, Wash; m. MATTIE E. XORRIS Jan. 15, 1876. at Seattle, 
Wash., b. Oct. 2, 1 861, at Allen Co., Kan. 

He was a carpenter; Avent to Seattle, Wash., in 1871, and finally to Day- 
ton, Wash. His widow now re-ides in Spokane, Wash., and is m. again. 

Children : — 

2228. Arthur C, b. April 21, 1S78. 

2229. Winifred B., b. Feb. 18, 1880. 



VI 751. JESSE BARTON PALMER (Joseph. Benjamin, John, 

John, John), b. 1848, at Warrensville, Pa. ; d. Jan. — , 1S70, at Augusta, Wis., 
unm. 



VI— 752. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PALMER (Joseph. Benjamin, 
John, John, John), b. Aug. 10, 1S50. at Williamsport, Pa.; m. LAVINA 
ANN McCUNE X'ov. 13. 1875. dau. of John McCune and Txlary McConnell, 
b. Dec. 14, 1856, at Fondulac Co., Wis. ' 

He was a farmer and lumberman. Resided first at Augusta, then, about 
1881, removed to vicinity of Eau Claire, Wis.; he lived here seven years, then 
moved to Bozeman, Montana. He remained here over one year and then went 
to Shell Lake, Wis., for one year, and then, in 1890, removed to Superior, 
Wis., where they reside. Address, 1207 Banks avenue. 

Children : — 

22.^0. Eliza Aleen, b. June 12. 1877. 

2231. Cora Bell, b. Feb. 16, 1879. 

2232. Selden Homer, b. April 19. 1S82. 

2233. Zella May, b. Feb. 5, 18S6. 
22.14. Opal Pearl, b. Sept. 18, 1895. 

VI 753. MARY EMILY PALMER (Joseph, Benjamin. John, 






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John, John), b. July 2-], 1853, at Warrensville, Ta. : m. DEXXIS LA GRAX'K 
April 19, iS/J, at Eau Claire, Wis., b. 184.] in Ma>?ena. X. V.; <1. 1904. 

They reniovecl from Wisconsin to Washington. He was a farmer. Her 
address is Walla Walla, Wash. 

Children : — 

2235. Frank Leslie, b. May 22, 1873. 

2236. Cora Alice, b. Jan. 5, 1S75; d. Aug. 26, 1903. 

2237. Verua Esther, b. March 4. 1S79. 1 .,.„:„„ 

2238. Vesta Eliza, b. March 4, 1S79. / ^^'°^- 

2239. Myrtle Luella, b. Jan. 24, 1887. 



VI— 754. ALICE SOPHROXIA PALMER (Joseph, Ik^njamin. John. 
John, John), b. Sept. 16, 1S54, at \\'arrensville. Pa. : d. Mav 23, 1S93, at Day- 
ton, Wash. : m. W^-\LTER S. RAY. 

Child :— 

2240. A son died in infancy. 

Ch. of Daniel Palmer {Xo. 1^4) and Mary Ilogc, all born in Belmont Co., O. 

VI— 755. JOSEPH H. PALMER (Daniel Benjamin, John. John, 
John), b. Feb. 29, 1840; m. LYDIA A. BROCK Feb. 2, 1S65. dau. of Walk- 
er and Amv Brock, b. .^larch 2^. 1841. in Belmont. O. : d. Jan. 1 1, 1S98, Ohio. 
111. 

M. second, ALICE MYERS (nee HAR.MOX), Aug. 18, 1900 (Xo. 
2180), dau. of Paul Harmon and ^Maro^aret Palmer (Xo. 724). Address, 
Artesian, South Dakota. 

Children by first wife : — 

2241. Cora May, b. Feb. 6, 1S66; d. Aug. 16, 1870. 

2242. Lawrence \V. D., b. Feb. 14, 1S67. 

2243. (a) Mary A., b. Oct. 16, 1869. 
2243. (b) Eva L., b. Jan. 26, 1877. 

2243. (c) Clyde A., b. Aug. 22, 1879. 

VI— 756. SARAH A. PALMER (Daniel. Beniamin. John. John. John) 
b. May 12, 1842; m. CHARLES WILLIAM S^HTH Feb. 4. 1871. b. Xov. 
18, 1844, at Bower Arms, ]\laner St., Chc^ppham, London, England; removed 
to Canada; thence came to La Moille, 111. 

He is by trade a butcher. , ■ 

Children : — ■ ' \ 

2244. Mary Elizabeth, b. March, 25. 1872. . . 

2245. Arthur Ashel, b. Sept. 8, 1S75. ■"".', 

2246. Nellie Myrtle, b. Aug. 6, 1877. 

VI— 757. WILLIAM S. PALMER (Daniel. Benjamin. John, John. 
John), b. June 20. 1844; m. LUCY PORTER Xov. 19, 1870. at La ^ioille, 
111., dau. of Albert G. and Caroline Porter, h. An?- 23. 1844. 

They resided at La Moille, 111., for a number of years, then removed to 
Des Moines, Iowa, with residence at 1706 West Twelfth St. 

Children born at La Moille. Ill : — 



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2247. Albert, b. Juno 20, 1S71. 

, b. June 20, 1S71; died quite young. 

224S. Carrie M., b. March 3, 1S73; d. July 29, 1907. 

2249. Ralph P., b. Oct. 2S, 1878. 

VI— 75S. ASAHEL H. PALMER (Daniel. Benjamin. John, John, 
John), b. Oct. 24, 1S45; cl. Oct. 5, 1895; m. SARAH ERVIXG June 5, 
1884. 

He was killed by the cars in Chicago, III., and buried at La Moille. Her ad- 
dress is: Mrs. H. C. Roberts, Mendota, 111. 

Child :— - 

2250. Jessie Palmer, b. Dec. 27, 1889. 

VI— 759. CYNTHIA J. PALMER (Daniel, Benjamin, John. John. 
John), b. Mar. 27, 1851; m. HARLAN P. \\"00D May 24, 1SS8, son of 
Zcnas and Amelia Wood, b. Aug-. 21, 1S56. 

He is an undertaker; also carpenter, and resides at Dover, 111. No chil- 
dren. She uses the name of ''J^^^i^ Wood."' 

VI— 760. GEORGE CLINTON PALMER (same line), b. Dec. 17, 
1852; m. MARY MILES. 

She d. and he m. again. When last heard from he was in New r^Iexico, 
but nothing further known of him. 

VI— 761. EMMETT D. PALMIER (Daniel, Benjamin. lohn. John, 
John), b. Sept. 19, 1859, at Belmont Co., O. ; m. LILLIAN SUMMERS, in 
1890, dau. of Newton Summers and Charlotte Rains, b. 1865, in ^Mills Co., la. 

He is a farmer. He went to r^Ieadow Grove, Neb., where he was m. and 
now resides. 

Children : — 

2251. Charles Palmer, b. June 26, 1892, Madison Co.. Neb. 

2252. Helen Palmer, b. Jan. 25, 1894. same. 

2253. Eunice Palmer, b. Sept. 5, 1896, Stanton Co., Neb. 

Ch. of Rachel Pahncr (Xo. ig^) and Charles Hall. 

VI— 762. SARAH ANN HALL (Rachel. Benjamin, John. lohn, John), 
b. Dec. 5, 1835; d. May 30, 1877: m. CHARLES B. SMITH Jan. 28, 1855, 
b. April I, 1826; d. March 9, 1907. Resided at Huntersville, Lycoming Co., 
Pa. Both buried in the cemetery there. 

Issue: — 

2254. Rachel Ada, b. Mar. 22, 1856. ." 

2255. Mary Jane, b. Feb. 7, 1S5S; d. Jan. — . 1886. 

2256. Blanche Orilla, b. April 30, 1861; d. 1881; unm. 

2257. Anna Laura, b. Sept. 16, 1865; d. July 7. 1S67. 

2258. Lillian Gertrude, b. May 18, 1868; d. Oct. — , 1889; unm. 



VI— 763. LUCETTE HALL. b. Feb. 6. 1838: d. April 3. 1862 •, unm. 
Probably buried in Huntersville Cemetery. 



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VI— 764. PETi-:R HALL. b. June 11. 1840: d. Aui,^. 27. 1840. 

VI— 76^. RUTH HALL (Rachel. lienjamin. [uhn, John, John), 1). 
Dec. jS. 184"! ; m. ANDREW .MILLER Mar. 14. 1865. son of Jacob Miller, 
b. Xov. 15, 1840; (1. May — . 1S70. 

M. second. JACOB SCHAEER ^larch 22. 1880, b. Jan. 10. 1835. in 
Baden. Gennany. 

The whole family resided i'.t Prcictorviilc. Lycoming Co.. Pa., until 190 
She and Jacob and part of their family tiicn remo\-ed to Ralston, same Co 

Children by first husband : — 

2259. Elmer, b. Nov. 16. 1865. 

2260. Viola, b. July 18, 1807. _. 

2261. Charles, b. April 18, 1869. 

2262. Lafayette, b. Oct. 14, 1870; d. Feb. 15, 1905. 

Children by ^ecriiid hu^iKird : — 

2263. Ida A., b. Nov. 25, 18S0. 

2264. Frances, b. Dec. 21, 1883; d. Aug. 2. 1906. 

2265. Alfred, b. xMarch 14, 1886. 



VI_766. L1IR.\^I HALL ( Rpxhel. Benjami;\ lohn, John. John), b. 
Oct. 17, 1843: m. SALLIE A. .*=HOOK May 7. 1865. b. Sept. 21, 1846: d. 
Feb. 22, 1904. 

Resided in Lycoming Co.. Pa. Lie ]"ias lost his eye sight and of late has 
been with his daughter at Clearheid. Pa. 

Issue born in Lycoming Co. : — 

2266. Charles Thomas, b. Jan. 30. ISCG; d. Nov. S. 1SS4. 

2267. George, b. Jan. 18, 1870. 

2268. Cora Belle, b. Mar. 3, 1872. 

2269. Flortuce May, b. Mar. 3, 1S72; d. Aug. 28, 1884. 

2270. Mary Elizabeth, h. July 22, 1873; d. Sept. 1, 1884. 

2271. Williiim Edward, b. Aug. 16, 1876. 

2272. Lydia Rcsella. b. Nov. 19, ISSO. 

VI_;^67. ELMIRA HALL (Rachel. Benjamin, lohn. John. Tohn). b. 
July 21, 1845: m. CHARLES B. REEDER May i. 1864. 

Resided for some time at Huntersville, and later at Muncy, Lycoming 
Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

2273. Rosa May, b. .Tan. 12. 1865. . 

2274. Sarah Jane. b. Sept. 28. 1868. 

2275. Clara Belle, b. Nov. 8, 1870. 

2276. William Brady.b.Jan. 12, 1873. 

2277. John Irvin. b. May 8, 1874; d. May 1. 1882. .... 

2278. Charles E.. b. Nov. 19, 1876. . • 

2279. 0\\\r>, C. b. .April 2, 1882. 

22S0. Mary .\lice, b. May 31, 1S87; d. Jan. 12, 18S0. 



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Ch. of Ruth Palmer ( A'o. /p6) and Leonard Harrcr. 

VI— 768. AXXA IIARRKR (Ruth. Benjamin, [ohn. John. John), b. 
Aug. 7, 1856; ni. LEONARD SllAMBACKER. JR.'. July '5. 1874. son of 
Leonard Shambacker and Mary ]:[yde. b. Feb. 20. 1846. 

He is a farmer with residence near East Point, Tioga Co.. Pa. 

Children : — 

2281. Lillian Ruth. b. .Tan. 26, 1S7S. 

2282. Adelia Mabel, b. .Ian. 31, ISSl. 

2283. Chailes Milton, b. Jan. 9, ISSS. 

2254. Maud Klizabtih. b. Aug. 10. 1S-.2. 

Line of John, Johx, Johx, Elizaretii. 
Ch. of Recce Pylc {Xo. igy) and Ann Morgan. 

VI— 769. ^L\RY PYLE iReece. Elizabeth, b^hn. John. John), b. Feb. 
14. 1822: d. Sept. 8. 1887. .It "Weston, Mich.; m. EIORATIO XELSOX 
CROWE Jan. i, 1841, at Grcei. field. Pa., son of Reece and Ann Crowe, of 
Pa., b. Sept. 16, 1818: d. Jan. i<\ 1890. 

He was a carpenter and builder. They removed to Lodi. Iroquois Co., 
111., and thence to Morenci. Lerawee Co., ^lich., where they resided the re- 
mainder of their lives. 

Children : — 

2255. Oliver Morgan, b. Mar. 11, 1843; d. April 9. 189S. " _ 

2286. Louisa Elizabeth, b. Sept. 12, 1845. 

2287. William Enimetts. b. June 10, 1S4S; d. July 28, 1881. 
22SS. Ira Jackson, b. Feb. 10, 1S."3. 

2289. Laura Ella, b. Aug. 7, 1835; d. June 26, 1SS5. 

2290. Marshall Horace, b. Feb. 20, 1859. 

2291. Eugene Taylor, b. Oct. IS. 1861. 

2292. Nora Belle, b. Sept. 8, 1864. f 

VI— 770. MORGAX PYLE (Reece. Elizabeth. John, lohn, John), b. 
Jan. 14, 1824. at Centreville. Washington Co., Pa.: m. iMATILDA RIDDLE 
Feb. 24, 1854. at Gran\ille. \\'ashinc:ton Co.. Pa., b. Dec. 26, 1823, at L'nion- 
town; d. June 20. 1872, at GreeKfield.. Pa. X'o issue given, but is said to have 
a son. 

He enlisted during the Civi' War Jan. iC\ 1S62, in Com. A, looth Pa. 
Vols. ; mustered out of service J: •";. 26. 1865. Ele was a coal miner, but is now 
at the N'ational Military Home. Columbus. Ohio., Com. 32, since June 19. 
1905. 

VI— 771. HAXXAH PYLE (Reece. Elizabeth. lohn. John. John), b. 
April 22. 1827; d. Jtily 5. 1898: m. ISAAC EDMUXDSOX Feb. 9. 1847. i" 
Greenfield, Pa., son of William Edmundsor, b. March 19, 182;; d, E>b. 23, 
1897. 

They settled in McKee^port, Pa., the year they were married. He was by 
trade a tailor. They remained in this place during their lives, and they and 
deceased children were here buncd. 

Issue : — 



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2293. Norris William, b. Dec. 27, 1847. 

2294. Orville Lee, b. Jan. 6, 1S50. 

2295. Gaylord Marchel, b. Dec. 21, 1S52; Jan. 6, 1907. 

2296. Viola, b. April 2S, 1S56; d. July 17. 1856. 

2297. Lewis .Morgan, b. Doc. 25, 1S59. 

2298. Willis Reeco. b. Oct. 2, 1862. 

2299. Ann Jane, b. Jan. 25, 1866; d. April 27, 1892. 



VI— 772. TAYLOR PYLE (Recce, Elizabeth, John, John, John), b. 
March 14, 1S30, Washington Co., Pa.; d. Feb. 4, 1907; m. MARY FITZ- 
SIMMONS Xov. 29, 1854, dau. of George and Dorcas Powel Fitzsimmons, 
b. July 23, 1S33 (?). 

He was a farmer; removed first to Lostant, La Salle Co., and later to 
Paxton, Ford Co., III., where he died and his widow continued at 359 W. 
State St. He was in the army during- the Civil War. 

Issue : — 

2300. Alexander Allman, b. Oct. 9, 1855. 

2301. Mary Merrilla, b. May 30, 1858. 

2302. Evaline Elizabeth, b. March 31, 1870. 



VI— 773. RACHEL PYLE (Reece. Elizabeth, John, John. John), b. 
Sept. 14, 1831: d. Dec. 16, 1905; m. PHILAXDER'CARROLL April 10, 
1852, son of William Carroll, b July 19, 1829. 

He was a ship carpenter and in 1874 was at Monongahela City, Wash- 
ington Co.j Pa. 

Issue: — ^ . . ~~ , • _. 

2303. William Emmor, b. Feb. 8, 1854. 

2304. Mary, b. Oct. 26, 1859. 

2305. Benson, b. April 29, 1S63; d. Feb. 3, 1864. 



VI— 774. ELIZABETH PYLE (Reece. Elizabeth, John, John, John). 
b. May 14, 1834; d. Oct. i, 1873; m. MICHAEL HARRIS Mar. i, 1855, b. 
July II, 1829; d. Dec. 21, 1905, son of ^vlichael Harris, who was b. Aug. 
27, 1792. 

He was a ship carpenter and resided in Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — . "^ • ' - 

2306. A son, b. May 15, 1856; d. same date. 

2307. Franklin Taylor, b. Aug. 15, 1857. 

2308. Albert Edmundson, b. June 3, 1861, 

2309. A daughter, b. Sept. 17, 1867; d. same date. 

VI— 775. ESTHER AXX PYLE (Reece, Elizabeth. John, John, John), 
b. Jan. 24, 1836; d. May i, 1902; m. WILLIAM BURNS March 29, 1853; 
parentage not given; b. Aug. 21, 1832, in Monongahela Co., Va. ; d. June 13, 
1902; both buried in Richland Cemetery. 

He was a fanner, for a time in Fayette Co. ; then a coal miner at De- 
vorsburg. Pa. 

Issue : — 
23in. Francis Taylor, b. Mar. 1, 1860. 
2311. Mary Jane, b. July 31, 1S63. 



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i:312. William WaUc>r, b. Jan. 4, lSt;7. 

2313. Sarah ElizatieUi, b. June 11, 1S70. 

2314. Benjamin Harris, b. Sept. 3. 1673. 

2315. Florence Lee. b. May 17. 1S7G. 



Issue of Hannah Py!c {Xo. ip8) and Samuel Taylor. 

VI— 776. LEVI TAYLOR (Hannah 5); d. circa. 1870. 
He was a school teacher ; went West from Washington Co., Pa. ; was mar- 
ried, but no further account of him received. 

Issue of Amy Pyle {No. iqq) and Elihu Undcrzcood. 

VI— 777. GEORGE UNDERWOOD (Amy, EHzabeth, John, John. 
John), b. Alay 24, 1824. Address 1874, Dunkirk, Hardin Co., O., but not 
found for this edition. 

VI— 778. ISABEL UXDl-RWOOD (Amy 5) b. Dec. 11, 1S26; m. 
THOMAS BAKER. 

Address in 1874, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., Pa., but they had 
removed and were not found. 

VI— 778/,— ELIZABETH ANN UXDERWOOD (Amy 5), b. ^lar. 
22, 1829; d. May 10, i860 (see Xo. 784). 

VI— 779. REBECCA UXDERWOOD (Amv 5). b. Oct. 16, 1830; m. 
JOHX B. MAYHORX. 

Address and removal same as Xo. 778. 

VI— 780. WILLIAM H. UXDERWOOD (Amy 5), b. Sept. 17. 1832: 
m. JAXE CRAWFORD, dau. of Josiah and Susanna Crawford, b. March 4, 
1847. 

Address in 1874, Browns\ille. Fayette Co., Pa. X^o issue. 

V VI— 781. ELIHU UXDERWOOD (Amy 5), b. Feb. 4, 1837; m. 
WEHAGER. 
Ko further account. 

VI— 782. JOAXNA UXDERWOOD (Amy 5), b. Xov. 8, 1838; m. 
JAMES W. MAYHORX. 

Address 1874, Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., Pa. X^'o further ac- 
count. 

Ch. of James Pyle (No. 200) and Elizabeth Smith. 

VT— 783. SARAH AXX PYLE (James. Elizabeth. John. John, John), 
b. Jan. I, 1825; d. July 11. 1862; m. GEORGE HIPPLE July 14. 1847, son 
of George and Elizabeth Hippie, b. Dec. 5, 1822; dec'd. 



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Resided in 1874 at Pancoosthurg. Fayette Co., Pa. Xothing further 
found. 

Issue : — 

2334. Lorenzo Selby. b. July 9, 1S4S; d. July 27, 1849. 

2335. William H. H., b. June 13, 1850. 

Reported if living to be in .in as \ lain c^t Is'cw ijniiand, Picivaway Co., O. 

2336. George,, b. Mar. 24, 1855; deceased. 

2337. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 7, 1S57; deceased. 

2338. Mary E., b. Sept. 11. 1S60; d. April 10, 1864. 

VI— 784. PARKER PYLE (fames 5). b. Mar. 30, 1828; d. Jan. 8, 
1902; bur. at Taylors. Washington Co., Pa.: m. XANCY McROBERTS, b. 
Aug. 19, 1S25; d. Nov. 24. 1845. 

M. second, ELIZABETH AXX UXDERWOOD, dau. of Elihu Under- 
wood and Amy Pyle (199), b. Mar. 22, 1829: d. May 10, i860. 

M. third, ELIZA JAXE CARTER April — . 1861, who survived him 
with no issue. 

By trade he was a wagonninker. , ,' , 

Issue by first wife: — ■ 

2339. Harriet, b. Sept. 17, 1S44. 

There was also another who died in infancy. , - 

Issue by second wife : — ^ , . • 

2340. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1853. 

2341. William Henry, b. July 25, 1855; d. Jan. S, 1886. 

There were also two others who d. young, but record not given. 

Ch. of Francina P\Ie {No. 20^) and James Bcckky, born in Washington Co., 

Pa. 

VI— 793. WILLIAM BECKLEY ( Erancina, Levi, Elizabeth, John, 
John, John) ; deceased. Xothing further known. 

VI— 794. ANX E. BECKLEY (Erancina 5) ; m. CA^^IPBELL. 

In 1889 resided in Pittsburg, Pa., but not found later. 

VI — 795. Another son; deceased. 

In 1889 Ann E. Campbell wrote that she had two brothers but both were 
deceased. 

Ch. of Levi Pylc {No. 201) and Betsy . 

VI— 785. EMELIXE PYLE (Levi, Elizabeth, John. John, John). 

VI— 786. JOHXSOX P^LE. 
He lived in Cincinnati, O. 






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VI— 787. ELIZABETH I'VLK. 

Ch. by Second Wife, Martha Miller. 
VI~78S. MARY ELLEX PYLE, b. June 2'^. 1850. 

VI_789. MARGARET ANN PYLE b. Mar. 26. 1853. 

Vl_7f)0. JOILX R. PYLE. b. Sept. 15. 1855. 

VI— 791. ALBERT PYLE. ^ '■ 

y Twins, b. Mar. 25, 1862. 
VI— 792. ALLINE PYLE, J 

None of these have been found tor this issue. 

Line of Jorn, John, Johx, ^L\rth.\. 
Ch. of Eliza Pylc {No. 20=,) and Xehoniah Baker. 

VI— 796. PHEBE BAKER ( Eliza. ^lartha. John. John. John), b. Feb. 
24, 1812; d. Mar. 19, 1883; m. JAMES REGESTER Jan. 9. 183 1. b. Feb. 2, 
1798; d. yiay 2, 1852. 

He was a carpenter and farmer at what is now Deemston. \\'ashington 
Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

?360. Isaac, b. Dec. 12, 1S31; d. June 5, 1898. 

2361. Eliza Jane, h. Mar. 3, 1834; d. Sept. 4, 1835. 

2362. Nehemiah B., b. June 13, 1836; d. Feb. 2. 1910. 

2363. Demas, b. Dec. 26, 1838; d. Oct. 26, 1840. 

2364. Emeline, b. June 30, 1841; d. June 29. 1865. 

2365. John Riley, b. Apr. 6, 1844: d. July 23, 1861. 



2566. Winfield Scott, b. Feb. 12, 1848. "I n- • , 
2367. Zachary Taylor, b. Feb. 12, 1848. / ^'^^"^• 



VI— 797. JANE BAKER ( Ehza ;). L. Tulv 26. 1813: d. Nov. 24. iSSo: 
m. JOHX REGESTER March 7. 1844, son of Thomas Regester and Han- 
nah Regester, b. Sept. 17, 1812; d. April 12, 1891; both buried in Beallsville 
Cemetery. 

(He is said to have been a cousin of James ( Xo. 796). but not proven.) 

He was a carpenter and member of Methodist Protestant Church. Re- 
sided at Beallsville, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

2368. Demas W., b. April 11, 1845. 

2369. George T., b. Nov. 17, 1847. 

2370. Eliza Jane, b. Feb. 13, 1S50. 

2371. Charles E., b. Aug. 11, 1854. : 



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VI— 798. LYDLV BAKER (Eliza 5), b. Ecb. — . 1815: d. 1875; m- 
GEORGE SPIXDLER, 1835. b. Dec. 12, 1801 : d. 18S1. 

He was a farmer and resided in East Bcthleliem Twp.. Washington Co., 
Pa, 

Issue : — ■ 

2372. Martha M., b. Apr. 17, 1835. 

2373. Eliza Jane, b. June 21.', 1838; d. 1907. 

2374. Mary Ann, b. Apr. 17, 1840; d. 1896. 

2375. Sarah E.. b. June 7, 1842; d. 1888. 

2376. Phebe M., b. Jan. 1S46. 

2377. Elenor A., b. Dec. 28, 1848; d. 1907. 

2378. Catharine S., b. July 28, 1850; d. lStj3. 



VI— 799. NATHAN BAKER (Eliza. ^lartha, Tohn. John. John), b. 
Sept. 22, 1816; d. Oct. 2-, 1S86; m. E]MALINE ZOLLARS Eeb. i8. 1841. 
dau. of George and Mary Zollars, b. j\Iay 25. 1820; d. Dec. 12. 1898. 

By trade he was a carpenter: both were buried in Bethlehem Baptist 
church cemetery, Green Co., Pa. 

Issue: — 

2379. Eliza, b. April 17, 1842. 

2379 1-2. George, b. Nov. 27, 1843; d. Dec. 22, 1843. 

(His name obtained a iter numbers were completed. 

2381. Mary, b. July 30, 184G; d. April 26, 1883. -| ^ . 

2380. Hiram, b. July 30, 1846. / ^^1°^- 

2382. Sarah Louisa, b. May 17, 1849. 

2383. Emma Jane, b. Feb. 8, 1852; d. Sept. 14, 1887. 

2384. Phebe, b. Aug. 8, 1854. 

2385. Elizabeth A., b. Nov. 7, 1856. - ' 

2386. John R.. b. Oct. 9, 1859. 

2387. William, b. Oct. 4, 1862. 



VI— 800. MARTHA BAKER (Eliza 5), b. iSiS: m. IGNATIUS 
BUCKINGHA:\r, b. 1817; d. 1885. 

He was a farmer. .' ''..i !• ' 

Issue: — 



2388. 


Nehemiah Baker, b. 1845. 


2389. 


Susan, b. 1850. 


2390. 


Phebe E. 


2391. 


William, b. 1857. 


2392. 


John B. 



VI— 801. GEORGE PALMER BAKER (Eliza, :\Iartha, John. Tohn. 
John), b. Sept. 19, 1819; d. Aug. 2y, 1S93: m. JANE PATTERSON 1844 
( ?), dau. of John Patterson and Jane Simpson, b. xApril 14, 1817; d. Aug. 30, 
1894. 

Issue : — 

2393. Phebe, b. Jan. 4, 1846; d. Jan. 1848. 

2394. John W., b. July 2, 1S4S. 

2395. Mary J., b. Sept. 15. 1850; d. July 6, 1908. 

2396. Rebecca E., b. June IS, 1S54. 

2397. Sarah C, b. Dec. 5, 1856; d. Dec. 16, 1885. 



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VI— 802. TOHX L. BAKER (Eliza O- b. Xov. 21, 1821: d. June 8, 
1891; m. PRISCILLA BAXE Feb. 24. 1S50; b. Sept. 5, 1831; d. Jan. 3. 
1911. 

He was a farmer in East Bethlehem Twp., Washington Co., Pa.; bur. at 
Beallsville cemetery. 

Issue : — 

2398. Isaac T., b. June 27, 1851. 

2399. Annie E., b. Nov. 15, 18.52. i 

2400. Nehemiah R.. b. Oct. 25, 1S54. 

2401 Lavina C, b. Dec. 20, 1S56; d. Dec. 1, 1862. 

2402. Amanda J., b. Jan. 7, 1S59; d. Nov. 27, 1862. 

2403. James R., b. Oct. 30, 1861. 

2404. Mary J., b. June 21, 1864. 

2405. John H., b. July 7, 1867; d. Dec. 31, 1876. 

2406. Joseph Lewis, b. May 1, 1S70; d. Dec. 28, 1870. 

2407. Henry W., b. Jan. IS, 1872; d. Dec. 17, 1876. 

2408. William C, b. Aug. 11, 1875; d. Dec. 24, 1S76. 

2409. Frank D., b. May 1. 1878; d. July 9, 1878. 

VI— 803. XEHEMIAH BAKER, IR., (Ehza, Alariha. John. John, 
John), b. Feb. 22, 1824; d. April 29, 1900: m. REBECCA DUXSTOX Oct. 
2, 1851 ; b. Dec. 18, 1835. 

Resided at Beallsville^ Pa., where he is buried. 

Issue : — 

J?410. James, b. 1852. 

2411. Sarah Eliza, b. 1856. 

2412. Harry, b. 1868. 

Ch. of., Curtis Pyle {No. 206) and Esther Griffith. 

The family record of this family was lost, and hence a full record cannot 
be given. 

VI— 804. MARIA PYLE (Curtis, Martha, John, John, John), b. and 
d. unm. 



VI— 805. LYDIA PYLE (Curtis 5). b. and d. unm. 

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VI— 806. JACOB PYLE (Curtis 5). b. and d. unm. 

VI— 807. MARTHA G. PYLE (Curtis, Martha. John. John. John), b. 
Dec. 2y, 1823; d. Sept. 13, 1889; m. ELIHU POWELl Oct. 9, 1837, son 
of James and Letitia Powell, b. June 16, 1814; d. Jan. 30, 1884. 

They resided at Beverly, Washington Co., O. 

Issue : — 

2413. Maria T., b. Dec. 9, 1839. 

2414. James Curtis, b. July 24. 1842; d. July 27, 1875. 

2415. Esther Ann. b. Oct. 11, 1848; d. Sept. 6. 1900. 
241C. Hosmer B., b. Aus;. 12. 1853; d. June 30. 1892. 
•'417. Flora E., b. Aug. 1, 1859. 



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VI— So8. RUTH PYLK (Curtis 5). b. and d. umi. 

VI— 809. ELIZA HARFORD PVLr. (Cunis 5). I), and d. unm. 
She lived at Hast Bci.hlehfn. Washinf^ton Co., Pa. 

VI— 810. .MATILDA EVERETT I'VLE (Curtis 5). b. and d. prob- 
ably young. 

VI— 811. EMILY WELSH PYLE (Curtis 5). b. and d. probably 
young. 

Line of John, John. John. -\mv. 
Ch. of Sarah Pylc {No. Jij) and Isaac Fylc. 

VI— 812. MARY AXX PYLE (S:irah). b. Oct. 20. 1817; deceased: 
m. HENRY' DOWLER Xov. 16, 1834. son. of Thomas Dowlcr and Elizabeth 
Galleher, b. Xov. 22, 1813: d. Dec. 14, 1S7S. 
Resided at Pike Run. Washington Co.. Pa. 

Issue : — 

2418. Selena H., b. Oct. 3, 1844. 

2419. Alice A., b. Mar. 10, 1846. 

2420. Adam C, b. April 1. 1849. ^ • 

2421. Elmer H., b. May 26, 1851. 

Ch. of Adam Pylc {No. 21 /) and Mary D. Broicn. 
No record of tliese obtained since 1874. 

VI— 813. SHERMAN PYLE 

VI— 814. PARKER PYLE. 

Probably reside in Knox Co., O. Xo definite account received. 

VI— 815. HEXRY PYLE. 

VI— 816. FRAXK PYLE. .. - . . : . .' 

VI— 817. CORXELIA PYLE. m. CURTIS. 

VI— 818. MARY PYLE. m. CURTIS. 

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. ■'. ' Ch. of Lydia Pylc {Xo. 21 j) and Joscf^l: Welsh. 
VI— 819. ELEANOR WELSH, b. Sept. 5. 1821 ;. d. Mar. 10, 1824. 



VI— 820. JOHN WELSH (Lvdia. Amv, John. John, Tohii). b. Mav i, 
1824, in Sandusky, O. ; d. Dec. 31. '1S95; m.'MARGARET JANE TRACY 
June 3, 1S47, '-''I"- ^^ John and Sallie Tracy. She was b. Aug. 3. 1832, in 
New London, Mo.; d. Nov. 7, 10,01, in St. Joseph, Mo. 

He became a physician, finally settlir.g in Doniphan City, Kansas, where 
he enjoyed an extensi\"e practice, being eminently successful in his profession. 

Children : — 

2441. Sarah Lydia Marian, b. May 1, 1844, in Bowling Green, Mo.; d. July 23, 1S51, in St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

2442. Mary Fiances, b. Jan. 19, 1851, in Francisville, Mo. 

2443. James Harlen, b. July 16, 1853. 

2444. Viola Elizabeth, b. Nov. 6, 1856. in Carlton, Mo.; d. June 7, 1857, in Doniphan, Kan. 

2445. Joseph Richard H., b. April 22, 185S; d. Dec. 29, 1890. 

2446. Florence Jane, b. Jan. 3, 1861, Capioma, Kan. 

2447. Anna Milton Tracy, b. Mar. 19, 1863, Doniphan, Kan. 

2448. Nannie Kate, b. July 19, 1!>G5, Doniphan, Kan. 

2449. Belle Boyd, b. July 12, 1868: d. Aug. 9, 1869, Doniphan, Kan. 

2450. John Robert, b. April 2S. 1870; d. Oct.. 14, 1905, Doniphan, Kan. 

2451. George Henry, b. Dec. 3, 187-1; d. Dec. 17, 1873. Doniphan, Kan. 

2452. Eflie Lee, b. April 28, 1874: d. Aug. 3, 1875, Doniplian, Kan. 



VI— 821. AMY PYLE WELSH (Lvdia, Amv, John. John., John), b. 
Sept. 14. 1S25; d. Jtily 28, 1897; m. JAMES BENTLEY ROSE June 6, 
1844, son of Solomon, b. June i, 1819; d. Nov. 23, 1896. 

They resided in Salem, Hei:ry Co., Iowa, of which town he was for some 
vears postmaster; both buried at that place. Of him it is said, "He was the 
soul of honor and uprightness." 

Children : — 

2453. Louisa Arnold, b. April 24, 1845. 

2454. Joseph Vv^elsh, b. Sept. 13. 1847. : • 

2455. Charles Conard W., b. Dec. 2, 1849; d. Feb. 6, 1852. 

2456. Willam Harlan, b. March 23, 18.52. 

2457. Edwin Forrest, b. Aug. 27, 1859; d. June 20, 1878. : '. 
24.58. Malvern Hill, b. March 12, 1S63. 

2459. Curtis Colfax, b. Feb. 27, 1867. . . 



VI— 822. MARY ANN WELSH (Lvdia, Amv, John, Tohn, John), b. 
May 27, 1827: d. Nov. 9, 1897; m. SOLOMON HOLBROOK Mar. 19. 1845. 
in Lee Co., la., son of Elias and Sally Holbrook, b. June 8, 1822. 

He was a farmer and resided at Cincinnati, Appanoose Co., Iowa., where 
Mary Ann was buried. 

(Elias Holbrook. b. Jtine 6, 1782; d. Jan. 4, 1861. Sally Holbrook, b. 
Jan. 9, 1789: d. Jan. 4, 1861. both d. same day.) 

Children : — 

2460. John Ran.selor, b. Sept. 10, 1847; d. Nov. 29, 1864. 

2461. Oliver King, b. Nov. 30, 1850. 

2462. Ida May, b. Dec. 23, 1855. 



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2463. Perry Solomon, b. Jan. 9, 1S57. 

2464. Ellis R., b. Aug. 6, lSo9; d. June 8. 1907. 

2465. Loven Willie, b. June 24, 1SC3. 

2466. Florence J., b. Sept. 29. 1865. 



VI— S23. MARIA PHILIPS WELSH (Lydia, Amy, John, John, 
John), b. Dec. 31, 1828. in Roscoe, Coshocton Co., O. ; d. June 13. 1887; ni. 
GODFREY EICHHORN Oct. 19, 1848, son of Casper and Barbara Eich- 
horn, b. Feb. 24, 1822. near Cobiirq-, Germany; d. ■Mar. 8, 1887, at Oinalia, 
Neb. ; both buried at Fairfield. 

They were m. in Lee Co., Iowa, where they Hved iS years, then removed, 
in 1866, to Fairfield, Jefferson Co., la., where he was a dry goods merchant. 

Children : — 

2467. Mary Frances, b. Sept. 13, 1849; d. Dec. 16, 18S8. 

2468. Cornelia Elizabeth, b. April 20, 1853. 

2469. Josephine, b. June 10, 1859. 

2470. Elleu Vashti. b. June 13, 1863. 



VI— 824. ELIZA WELSH, b. June 19, 1830; d. Aug. 24, 1834- 
VI— 825. ELIZABETH WELSH, b. Oct. 21, 1832; d. in infancy. 



VI— 826. HARLEN PYLE WELSH (Lydia, Amy, John, John, 
John), b. July 26, 1834, in Roscoe, Coshocton Co., O. ; d. Feb. 14, 1902, in 
Ottawa. Franklin Co., Kan.; m. MARY SHAW Nov. 30, 1S55, at Centre- 
ville, Iowa. She d. May 25, 1870. 

M. second, ISADORA A. CRAWFORD June 5, 1871, at Ottawa, Kan., 
where she continues at 208 Walnut street. 

The following account of his life is taken from the Ottawa, Kansas, Re- 
public, Feb. 15, 1902: 

"ANOTHER MAN OF MARK GONE. 

"Harlen P. Welsh died at 8.15 last night under startling circumstances. 

"For a considerable time Mr. Welsh has been in enfeebled condition; it v.-as ap- 
parent that he was growing weaker, and for the last few weeks his condition has been 
a matter of extreme concern to his friends. He has, however, with the firm dctrrmina- 
tlon that has been a dominant force in his character, regularly resorted to his ofifice, 
the family carriage and its resolute inmate, driven by the most faithful \^ife. being one 
of the most familiar sights on our streets. For several days past Mr. Welsh has be^n 
troubled with an accumulation, as or phelgm, that congested in his throat; yesterday 
afternoon, in his office, he was seized with a recurrence of this difnculty that was un- 
usually severe, and he narrowly escaped strangulation. By advice of Judge Robbins, 
who was in the office at the time of the attack, he went to hs home earlier than us^ual. 

"Shortly after the supper hour, Mr. Welsh had occasion to repair to the back part 
of the residence property. Rarely of late has Mrs. Welsh permitted him to go about 
alone, fearing that in his feeble and crippled condition he might receive a fall, but on 
this occasion she was temporarily busy, and he had been gone several minutes before 
she noted the fact. She immediately followed, and found the unfortunate gentleman 
prone upon the ground, unconscious. She immediately dispatched a servant for aid and 
telenhoned for Dr. A. H. Wright; neighbors promptly responded, and the oufierer was 
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in a dying condition; he expired at 8.15. The cause was apoplexy, undoubtedly super- 
Induced by an attack of choking, as above described. 

"Harlan P. Welsh had but little advantages of education, limited entirely to com- 
mon schools in parts of each winter until he was fifteen, when he had the misfortune 
to lose his right leg by erysipelas of the bone. He then applied himself the best 
he could to acquiring an education, studying nights while working at his trade as tailor. 
At the end of the year he obtained a position in a store, and in this way obtained means 
to enter a Friends' seminary at Salem, Iowa. In the fall of 'o2, he entered a public 
school, and the next summer engaged as a teacher. In 1853 he commenced the study of 
faw with Harvey Tannehill. of Centerville, Iowa, walking two and a half miles 
and back each day on a crutch. That winter he taught the Centerville school, and for 
three years continued, studying law at night. 

"In 1854 he was elected county attorney of Appanoose county, and conducted that 
office most successfully for two years. 

"He came to Franklin county in 185S. making the trip wiih wagon 
and three yoke of oxen, with wife and one child, being four weeks on 
the road. He had no money, but had laid in provisions for a year. 
He sold a yoke of oxen to buy a cooking stove and other household necessities. With 
a hired man he cut and hauled logs to a mill at Centropolis, and by the next fall had 
a good frame house. 

"He was appointed the first district clerk of Franklin, but resigned in a short 
time because the duties of the office conflicted with his practice of law. 

"The great drouth of 1S60, which, paralyzed business, caused misfortune to come 
to Mr. Welsh; he sold his property and retired to a farm. He conducted it three years 
and cleared 53,000. 

"In 1863 he was unanimously elected journal clerk of the House of Representatives, 
and re-elected in 1864. 

"He has held county offices many times. In 1865 he was elected county attorney, 
holding the office for two years. In 1867 he was a candidate for the state senate, and 
was defeated by Dr. A. Wiley after a vigorous contest. In 1S6S he was elected to the 
house of representatives by a handsome vote. During his term he was a member of the 
judiciary committee and committee on ways and means. 

"Mr. W'elsh served as county attorney and also as attorney for the city of Ottawa. 
When Ottowa was incorporated as a town, June 18th, 1S66, Mr. Welsh was appointed one 
of the trustees, and was elected secretaiT of the board when the city was organized as a 
city of the second class. In 1867 Mr. Welsh was elected city attorney. He was elected 
mayor in 1869 and re-electd in 1870. 

"In 1871 he was nominated by the republicans for representative and elected, and 
v.-as chairman of the committee on elections, chairman of the committee on appropria- 
tions and a member of the judiciary committee. 

"Thereafter for a number of yeai-s Mr. Welsh devoted himself exclusively to the 
practice of law, but was again county attorney 3 years from 1805 to 1898. 

"He w^as an Odd Fellow for many years, passing all the chairs and was twice a 
representatve to the grand lodge. 

"Though originally a Methodist, for many of the later years of his life he was very 
prominently connected with the Baptist church." 

The following proceedings are taken from the Ottawa Herald of T^Iay 2, 
1902 : — 

"Resolutions of respect to the memory of the late H. P. Welsh were presented at 
a meeting of the Franklin county bar in district court room yesterday evening. Before 
the acceptance of the resolutions, members of the bar spoke of their relations and acquaint- 
ance with Mr. Welsh, The proceeding was given added interest from the fact that the bar 
was engaged in doing honor to the memory of its oldest member — to a man who was here at 
the beginning of things and who as a lawyer and a citizen, fought his way up through 
difficulties few men would have cared to face. It is not often — if indeed it has occurred 
at all — that the death of a citizen of this county has called out such expressions of sincere 
esteem as were spoken by the attorneys yesterday in reference to the life of H. P. Welsh. 
"The resolutions, which were drawn by C. B. Mason and ordered by the court to 
be made a part of the court records, are as follows: 

"To the Honorable the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas: 

"The undersigm^^d, heretofore appointed to prepare some fitting expression 
relative to the death of our late brother Hon. Harlan P. Welsh, respectfully sub- 
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Welsh, n member of the bar of this county for o longer period than any living, 
at his home in this city on the evening of February 14ih hiM, c;ime as a shock 
to the whole commiinity, and especially to those associating with him in the prac- 
tice of the law, and 

"Whereas, His prominence in the history of Franklin county has been 
conspicuous in tlic affairs connected with the develoi.ment and ;>rogrf>ss of our 
city and county, since in thi'» year 1S5S he first began his residence in this county 
and state, the undersigned as such committee, on behalf of the b ir, present the 
following resolutions as a token to the memory of the deceased brother. 

"Resolved, first. That in the death of Honorable Harlan P. Welsh, our pro- 
fession has bpen deprived of an able and succ*^ssful attn'rc:"'. and individually 
■we shall miss him from our ranks as a respected friend, whose career for more than 
forty-three years made his life a term longer than the exi'^tence of city or state, 
and we are stricken with profound sorrov.-. that he is no longer with us in this 
life. 

"Resolved, second. That as an intelligent citizen he served his city, county 
and state in many important official positions with great credit to himself, and 
benefit to the public welfare during his life, and considering his crippled physical 
condition, but indominable mental energy in all matters enlisting his service. 
he was a remarkable and valuable member of this community. 

"Resolved, third, That we synipatliize with his bereaved family in the loss 
of husband and father, and with all cur people, we sincerely regret, by his death, 
we have lost a christian citizen and gentleman from our midst. 

"Resolved, fourth, That a copy of these sentiments be placed upon the rec- 
ord of this court, and that the clerk of this court be directed to transmit to the 
widow of the deceased a copy of the same. 

"C. B. MASON, 
"A. W. BENSON, 
. . "JOHN W. DEFORD." 

Children by first wife, ^lary Shnw : — 

2471. Laura Louella, b. Nov. 14, 1S56. 

2472. Mary Minnie, b. Dec. 2, 1S58. 

2473. Rosella, b. May 24, 1S61; d. Nov. 25, 1892. 

2474. Harlen Pyle, b. May 30, 1863. 

2475. Florence Nightingale, b. July 27, 1865; d. Sept. 20. 1SS2. 

Children by second wife, Isadora A. Crawford : — 

2476. Earl Randolph, b. May 26, 1875; d. Feb. 16, 1878. 

2477. Roy Allison, b. July 31, 1880. 



VI— 827. DORCAS S^IITH WELSH (Lvdia. Amy. John, John, 
John), b. Sept. 18. 1S3S: m. AAIOS ATHERTON Eeb. 21. 1861, son of 
Henry and Edith Atlierton, b. Aug. 5, 1837; d. July 10, 1906. 

(Henry Atherton, b. Xov. 1809, a son of Thomas Atherton. b. Feb. 24. 
1769; d. Oct. 24. 1842, and ^lary, his wife, b. April 26. 1772; d. June 16, 
1851). 

Amos was engaged in mercantile business over 30 years, at Cincinnati, 
Appanoose Co., Iowa., where his widow continues. 

Children : — 

2478. Edward Carlisle, b. Jan. 5, 1862; d. Aug. 21, 1863. 

2479. Maria Edith, b. July 20, 1864. 

2480. Twin unnamed, b. July 20, 1864; d. same day. 

2481. Jennie June, b. May 26, 1868. 

2482. Lewis Harlan, b. May 9, 1870. . . 



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Cli. of Abigail Pylc {No. 216) and WiUiam Cliooiirod. 

VI— 828. A}^IY CHOOXKOD (Abiirail. Amy. John, John, John); d. 
1882; buried in W'estland Cemetery; m. REZIX CRAVEN, son of John 
Craven * and Sarah . 

He d. April 7. 1863, in his 46th year, buried in Beallsville Cemetery. 

They Hved on a farm given liim by his father, half a mile from Beallsville, 
Washington Co., Pa. 

Children: — 
24S3. Walter. 
2484. Harvey, d. 1SS2. 

It is related that his mother died one day and her son Harvey the next 
day; both of typhoid fever, and there was one funeral for both. They were 
buried in Westland Cemetery, near Centerville, Washington Co., Pa. 

Ch. of Eli Martin Pylc (Xo. 21 /) and Sarah M. Shields. 
Born in Richmond, Jefferson Co., O. 

VI— 829. \A'ILLIAM HA.MILTOX PYLE (Eli M.. Amv, John, John, 
John), b. June 9. 1833: d. Feb. 9. 1891 ; m. .AIARY LOUISA NASH, Jan. 
26, i860; b. July 23. 1843. 

He graduated at Richmond College in 1850, and one year later from 
Washington College, at Washington, Pa. He removed in early life to Kauf- 
man, Texas, where he became a practicing physician. During the Civil War 
he served as Brigade Surgeon of Gen. Carter's Texas Cavalry Brigade (C. 
S.A.) ... V 

The following obituary or eulogy on the death of Dr. William Hamilton 
Pyle was published in Kaufman. Te.xas, Star, his death having occurred on 
the night of Feb. 9, 1891, as the clock struck 12 midnight. 

"DR V/. H. PYLE IS DEAD." 

"This announcement carried sadness and sorrow into the homes of all Kaufman 
Tuesday morning. Over a year ago death set his seal upon this distinguished man and 
slowly but surely bore him down to the grave. Monday night the &th inst. as the clocii 
struck twelve, his spirit pas.'^ed away as he lisped a prayer to the God of all. He was 
conscious until the last, and as the death damp gathered upon his brow, he knew his 
suiTeriug would soon be over and he would soon be "'gathered to his fathers. ' In the 
death of this man and that of Capt. Z. T. Adams, Kaufman has lost her truest and most 
steadfast friends. The hour was never too hot nor too cold, or the sacrifice too great for 
them to serve their friends and their beloved town. Strong alike in brain force and power; 
strong alike in likes; strong alike in passion and temperaments; strong alike in love 
and hatred; strong alike in suffering and endurance, they yielded alike to the rame dread 
disease, and were followed to the grave by the whole town, honored and injavned as 
only true friends are honored and mourned. Dr. Pylc, like all the race of man, had his 
faults, but he had more virtues. Possessing a mind of rare culture and power, when he 
arrived at a decision he adhered to it with knightly courage and stoic firmness. 

"Coming to Kaufman in his early manhood from Ohio, his native state, he began 
the practice of medicine. His culture, refinement and ability as a physician soon won 
the confidence, respect and esteem of all. After the war he was sent to the Texas 
Senate, where his ability was recognized among the ablest men of the State. He was 
a fine speaker, a brilliant writer and a gifted conversationalist. As a Senator he had 

Note. — John Craven, d. May 2, 1854; aged 75 y. 4 mo., and Sarah, his wife, d. Sept. 
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no superior and but few peers. In all Kaufman's contests he was the recognized nrain 
power behind the throne. Had he cho.sen and co comported him.-elf he could have Qll^-d 
the highest positions in the gift of our people. Whatever he undertook, he did it with 
all his power, and that meant success. There was no neutrality or hypocrisy in his 
nature, he was for you or against you. If he was for you his ponderous influence was 
felt and dreaded. He was untiring in his zeal, cautious in his counsel and unerrin? In 
his judgment. As friend he was true, loyal and zealous; a.> a father, generous, kind 2nd 
gentle; as a husband, devoted, tender and true; as a sinner tlie devil's best friend, and 
as a Christian consecrated, God-fearing and faithful. For long years he was an agnostic. 
but respectful to ministers and Christians. Over a year ago under the preaching of Dr. 
W. O. Bailey he was convinced of his errors and deeply convicted of his sins. To dispel 
the deep impressions made upon his conscious nature he quit attending the revival ser- 
vices held by Dr. Bailey, but when he was stricken down with the disease th^t finally 
carried him to the grave, he yielded to the promptings of his nobler nature and with the 
death-like pallor stamped on his features he was baptized into the Baptist church, and 
we trust into Jesus. From that hour he was as jealous as a Peter, as loving as a Tohn, 
and as faithful unto death as a Paul. Peace be unto his ashes, rest unto his soul and 
love that passeth all understanding unto his bereaved wife, who stands like a broken 
reed on the border of time. May God in his mercy comfort and bless her and her house- 
hold." 

Issue: — 

2485. Laura, b. Oct. 31, 1S60; d. Dec. S, 1S78. ■• • 

2486. Sallie, b. Oct. 23, 1863; d. July 4, 1883. 

2487. Temple S., b. Feb. 27, 1866. ; . 

2488. Charles Bradley, b. Feb. 17, 1868. 

2489. Fannie, b. April 13, 1870. 

2490. Annie Pauline, b. Nov. 1, 1872. 

2491. Thomas S., b. July 24, 1874; d. Aug. 20, 1S74. 



VI— 830. ROXANNA ELIZABETH PYLE (Eli M., Amy, John. 
John, John), b. Dec. 17, 1834; tmm. 
Address Malvem, Carroll Co., O. 



VI— 831. MARY PYLE (Eli M.. Amv, John, John. John), b. June 3, 
1837; m- THOMAS EXAM HARGRAVE Tune 26, 1855, son of Lemuel H. 
Hargrave and Sarah Hubbard, b. Jan. 18, 1830; d. Dec. 11, 1897. 

He was a merchant at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Her address (1907) Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

Issue : — 

2492. Charles G., b. Feb. 7, 1857. 

2493. Mary V., b. Julv 15. 1858. h , ^ ■ ;•, ... 

2494. Thomas P., b. Sept. 17, 1860. 7 x , , : ; - • ■- 

2495. Anne J., b. Nov. 3, 1862. '■'^' ■' ' "^ ' 

2496. Sarah S., b. April 15, 1867; d. Jan. 7, 1873. 

2497. Etna, b. Aug. 22, 1873. . ■ ■") \ 'v . • '. .. 

2498. Mark, b. May 10, 1878; d. Dec. 9, 1884. 



VI— 832. MARGARETTA PYLE (Eli M.. Amv, John. Tohn. Tohn), 
b. Dec. 10, 1838; d. Oct. 7, 1890; m. DR. SAMUEL ROTHACKER. o£ 
Richmond, O., b. Aug-. 9, 1825: d. June 18, 1908. 

During the Civil War he was for three years Capt. of Com. G. 52nd 
Ohio Vol. Inf., under Col. J. T. Holmes, after which he settled at Richmond, 
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The follovviiig are extracts iwjin the eulogy sp<jken at his iuueral by liis 
former Commander, Col. J. T. Ilohnes: — 

"It Is nearlj- fifty years since I first touched the hp.nds and brushed hearts -with 
Captain Rothacker, and when the nies;:-age came that his earthly career was ended it 
seemed to me that I must attend the last scene of all and lay upon his ca>kot and twine 
about his memory a bri^^f tribute. God gave him length of days, beyond the allotted 
span of three score years and ten, and they were years and days of a bu.~y and a dis- 
tinguished life. Here let me note the climax in his military career. It Wits at Kenesaw. 
Some of you have seen the ridge do%\Ti from which he charged and t!.t upwjrd slope 
from the little creek to the Confederate works, six hundred yards in all. Of the five 
thousand men who started down the slope on the charge fifteen hundred went down in 
fifteen minutes. It was a harvest of death. It is natural that our three years in that 
fierce and bloody struggle should be impressed upon the minds of participants as no 
such term of years could be impressed by the ordinary phrases and experi-^nces of civil 
life. Many of us care free in bounding youth with few responsibilities and no depend- 
ents could confront the duties and dangers of those times with light hearts. The young 
wife with little ones clinging to her knees, who gave up husband, closed her doors to 
weep in silence as he marched away and then alone faced the future and the 
dread of coming days for three long years, displayed a heroism equaling that of the 
soldier whether in camp or action. Vv'hen thinking and talking of the sacrifices, the 
suffering and the trials of war we should never overlook the matchless class to which 
Mrs. Rothacker belonged. 

"The capabilities of Dr. Rothacker in and out of his profession were equal to 
every task and demand that came to him in war and peace for more than sixty years. 
Of high intelligence and talents and principles, a commanding presence, an equable 
spirit, gentle manner, a just man, in all relations of life, professional, social, domestic, 
political and religious he deserved and was accorded the unalloyed esteem of his fellow 
men. What shall I say more? The world is better for his having lived in it and hia 
death illumines his life." 

Their issue were : 

2499. William H., b. Feb. 23, 1859. 

2500. Frank P., b. Nov. 3, 1S65; d. April 4, 1S89. 

2501. John D., b. Nov. 10, 1870: d. April 30, 1898. 

2502. Mary Hull, b. Sept. 10, 1878. 

VI— 833. THO^IAS HOPKINS PYLE (Eli M., Amv, lohn, John, 
John), b. April 10, 1841 ; d. Oct. 16, 1881 ; m. EMMA C. SAUNDERS Sept. 
26, 1864, of Mount Pleasant, lo'.va. b. Sept. 28, 1846. 

During the Civil War he enlisted in the 8th O. V. Inf. 

Child :— 

2503. Carrie May, b. July 7, 1868. 

VI— 834. SA^IUEL McGregor PYLE (EH M., Amv, John, John, 
John), b. Oct. II, 1843; m. SARAH JANE LYONS May 7/1867, dau. of 
James and Margaret Lyons, b. [March 22, 1845. 

During the Civil War he enlisted in the 52nd O. Vol. Inf., for 2 years 
and 10 months. Address Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 

Issue: — 

2504. Frank S., b. Dec. 26, 1867. .• ' ^ . • ' . 

2505. Grace, b. Sept. 28, 1877. .. ' ' 

2506. Samuel T. Pyle, b. Feb. 28, 1883. ..:...■., r . 

VI— 835. SHERIDAN BAKER PYLE CEli M., Amv, John. John, 
John), b. Jan. 10, 1S45; m. ANNA E. CUNNINGHAM, of Richmond, Ohio, 



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Feb. 13, 1868. She was b. l\'h. 17. 1845; i'"" religion she is a member of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. Xc cliildren. 

The following account is taken from History of the Upper Ohio Vallev, 
1890: — 

SHERIDAN B. PYLE— "The subject of this sketch received his education in the 
common schools and at Richmond College; at the age of 17 years he became a clerk iu 
a drug store in Richmond. O., remaining there until ISOr, when he accepted a position 
as prescription clerk in one of the leading drug stores of Steubenville, 0., until January 
1867, when he returned to Richmond and purchased the drug stoie of Riley and 
Rothacker. He has since continued in the drug business with considerable success and 
is one of the leading business men of the place. He has always taken an actve part in 
public affairs, has held the oflice of township clerk for ten successive years, 
was mayor of Richmond for two terms. In Oct. 1SS5, he was appointed 
postmaster of the place, which he held until Sept. 1SS9, and has been a 
notary public for three teims; date of commission expires March 1911. He is a member 
of the I. O. O. F. and Knights of Pythias and is socially active and popular.'' 

Since 1896 he has been actively identitied with the banking firm of Geo. 
D. Cook & Co., of 25 Broad street, New York, in the sale of investment se- 
curities. He is also a representative of the Capital Carlote Co., of ^lexico, 
growers of the first grade of coffee raised in that republic, with main office 25 
Broad St., New York City. 

VI— 836. AXXIE E. PYLE (Eli ^L, Am.y, John, John, John), b. 
July 20, 1847; tl. June 4, 1862. 

VI— 837. PAULIXA PYIE (Eli ^I , Amy, John, John, John), b. Oct. 
17, 1851; d. Xov. 12, 19C9; but-. RichmoTid, O.': m. JOHX GAXS Sept. 7, 
1876. 

He was b. June 2-/. 1841. Xo children. Address, Malvern, Carroll Co., 
O. 

' VI— 838. E:^BL\ ^IADORA PYLE (Eli M.. Amy, John, John, John), 
b. May 11, 1853; m. WILBUR FISKE BAKER Aug. 21, 1869, son of 
Rev. George Baker and Adalii e Dorsey. 

He d. Sept. 13. 1891. aged 41 years; bur. at Saltsburg, Pa. Her resi- 
dence not given. ,, , 

Issue : — 

2507. Charles Hamiltca, b. July 14, 1870. 

2508. Harry Iiarlem. b. Feb. 5, 1872. . {■ ; ' ►-• ; , j - . , " ■. - - 

2509. Saloma J., b. Oct. 2G. 187-1. 

2510. Pauline b. Oct. 7, 1876. 

2511. Sheridan Pyle, b. Sept. 12, 1878. 

Ch. of Amy Pylc {Ko. 21S) and David Butz. 

VI— 839. ELI PYLE BUTZ (Amv. Amy, John, John, John), b. April 
13, 1825; d. Oct. 3, 1903: m. MARIA GIBSOX July 17. 1849. b. Jan. 5. 
1825; d. Sept. 14, 1900. 

They resided with address Beallsvillc, Washington Co., Pa. 

Children : — 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 221 



2512. Hamilton Pyle, b. D€C, 1, 184'J; d. Mar. 3, 1S80. 

2513. Hauiiah Hopkins, b. Aug. 2, 1851; d. Jan. 27. 1901. 

2514. Amy Craven, b. Nov. 16, lS3o. 

2515. Mary Enuiia. b. Oct. 5, 1S57. 

2516. Eliza, b. .Ian. 29. 18G3; d. Jan. 29, 1863. 

VI— 840. E.MILIE M. BL'TZ (Amy 5), b. July 5, 1826; d. Oct. 2, 
1882; m. GIDEON H. HAWKIXS Eeb. 9, 1852; b. Aug. i, 1828; d. July 
4, 1863. 

Children : — 

2517. Laura Virginia, b. Oct. 24, 1853. . -. 

2518. Eldora Ibelia, b. Feb. 39, 1835. 

2519. Carrie Edmouia, b. Sept. 24. 1859. 

2520. Lynn Beall, b. June 23, 1862. 

VI— 841. DAVID W. BLTZ (Amy 5), b. Feb. 13, 1828; d. Jan. 25, 
1858; unm. 

Probably lived and died at Beallsville, Pa. 

VI— 842. JOHN P. BUTZ (Amy 5), b. Oct. 30, 1829; d. June 16, 
1878; m. but no re,gponse. Probably went to Iowa and had a family, 

VI— 843. JOSEPH W. BL'TZ (Amy 5), b. Uay 11, 1831; m. but na 
account given. 

VI— 844. JOB PYLE BLTZ (Amy 5), b. Aug. 17, 1833; d. Feb. 6, 
1870; unm. 

VI— S4v MARY A. BUTZ (Amy 5). b. April 25. 1836; d. Sept. 14, 
1883, at EvansviJle. Ind. ; m. SOLON L. GULP, May 2, 1865, at Allensville, 
Ind. 

Issue : — 

2540. Carrie O., b. Jan. 6, 1S67; d. Oct. 24, 1S68, at Allensville. 

2541. Jennie May. b. Oct. 24, 1SG8. 

2542. David Homer, b. Aug. 11, 1870. 



unm. 



VI— 846. SARAH BUTZ (Amy 5), b. Dec. 11, 1837; d. Mar. i, 1861; 



Ch. of Hannah Pyle (No. 2Iq) and Thomas Hopkins, all born near Bentley- 

ville, Washington Go., Pa. 

VI— 847. ELMIRA HOPKINS (Hannah, Amv, John, John. John), b. 
Sept. 29, 1826; d. 1897 ( ?) ; m ISAAG VANVOORHIS Aug. 26. 1846. son 
of Daniel Vanvoorhis and Mary Fry, d. 1908 ( ?). 

He was a farmer and cattle dealer. They resided at Beallsville, ^^'ash- 
ington Go., Pa. 



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Issue: — 

2543. Hannah Salcna, b. Oct. 9. 1848. 

2544. Samuel S., b. May 22, 1850. 
2345. Thomas, b. June 17, 1852. 

2546. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1S56. 

2547. Vann Eman, b. ISoS. 

2548. Charles, b. Oct. 11, 1866. 



VI— 84S. ADAM P. HOPKINS (Hannah 5), b. Dec. 18. 1827; m. 
RHODA MARIA NEWKIRK Oct. 30, 1S50, daii. of Henr>- Newkirk and 
Jane Hart. 

He was a farmer near Bentleyville, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

2549. Henry N., b. April 24, 1852. 

2550. Mary A., b. Oct. 16, 1853. 



VI— 849. NANCY HOPKINS (Hannah 5). b. Tune 24, 1829; m. JOS- 
EPH ALENANDER NEWKIRK Nov. 15, 1848, son of Cyrus Newkirk and 
Sarah Alexander, b. Sept. 24, 1826; d. Nov. 23, 1886. 

He v\'as a farmer near Benileyville, Washington Co., Pa. She Hves with 
her daughter, Nora flyers, at Cahfornia, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

2551. T. Hopkins, b. Aug. 11, 1849. 

2552. Harriet Oella, b. Nov. 29, 1850. , ' i 

2553. Charles, b. Sept. 20, 1855. 

2554. Nora, b. Nov. 15, 1868. 

2555. Clyde, b. Aug. 29, 1870. 



VI— 850. AIARY ANN HOPKINS (Hannah 5), b. Feb. i, i8-,i; d. 
May 15, 1862; m. DAVID RITCHEY Oct. 11, 1853, son of Abraham Ritch- 
ey and Barbara Shelly. He is deceased. 

He was a stock dealer at Eentley\ille, Pa. 

Issue : — 

2556. lanthius, b. Aug. 30, 1854. 

2557. Jennie B., b. July 19, 1856. . .. ■ 

2558. Estella, died young. [• > - . .. 

Ch. of Harlcn Fyle {No. 220) and Alice Mason. 

VI— 851. WILLIA^I ALDERSON PYLE (Harlen 5), b. May i, 
1840; d. Sept. 17, 1841. - 



VI— 852. JOB \Y. PYLE (Harlen, Amy, John, John, John), b. Feb. 16, 
1842; d. Mar. 9, 1864; unm. 



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Ch. of Pliebc Fyle {No. 221) and William Keys, all born near Scenery Hill, 

Washington Co., Pa. 

VI— ^53. SARAH KEYS (^Phebe 5), b. 1839; dcc'd; unm. 



VI— 854. THOMAS KEYS (Phebe, Amy, John, John, John), b. 1840; 
dec'd; m. ^lARY PLATTS. 
Issue : 

2559. William. , 

2560. Elizabeth. 

2561. James H. 

2562. John. 

2563. Minnie. 



VI— 855. AMY KEYS (Phebe 5). b. April 13, 1841 ; m. WILLIAM 
W. WARRICK Feb. 21, 1866, ?on of Samuel and Lydia Warrick, b. Oct. 4, 
1841 ; d. March 6, 1907. 

He was a Carpenter in Wa-^hington Co., Pa. Her address, Gastonville, 
Pa. 

Issue : 

2564. Alice Alliguippa, b. July 5, 1867; d. Aug. 28, 1870. 

2565. William Keys, b. Aug. 29, 1S6S. 

2566. Charles Thomas, b. Nov. 19, 1869. 

2567. Amy Elizabeth, b. Oct. 7, 1871; d. Feb. 15, 1877. 

2568. Jennie Belle, b. April 10, 1873; d. July 8, 1889. 

2569. Rachel Ann, b. Nov. 20, 1874; d. April 3, 1875. 

2570. Bertha Ann, b. April 2, 1876. 

2571. John Sherman, b. March 25, 1878. 

2572. Dora Doutta, b. Sept. 7, 1879; d. Feb. 7, 1881. 

2573. Mary Dianna, b. Feb. 21, 1S81. 

2574. Lydia DAle, b. May 15, 1883; d. April 9, 1886. 

2575. Samuel A., b. Sept. 15, 1886. • ,- : 



VI— 856. ISABELLA KEYS (Phebe 5), b. 1842; d. 1845. 
VI— 857. NORRIS KEYS (Phebe 5), b. 1843; d. 1845. 



VI— 858. HANNAH JANE KEYS (Phebe 5), b. Feb. 2^, 1845; d. 
March 29, 1874, buried at Old Keys Graveyard, Beallsville. Pa.; m. SAM- 
UEL MIKESELL Mar. 5, 1S70. son of Jacob and Xancy ;Mikescll, b. Oct. 
16, 1842. 

He resides at Scenery Hill, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 
2576. Elmira, b. Dec. 1, 1870; d. Mar. 22, 1887. 
2677. Kate, b. June 21, 1872. 

VI— 859. ELIZABETH KEYS (Phebe 5). b. 1846; d. July 20, 1873; 
m. LEONARD TENHART. son of Philip and Rachel Tenhart. 



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He was a ship carpenter, ai'd in 1874 was located at Favctte, Favette Co., 
Pa. 

Issue : — 

257S. Frank, b. Feb. 2, 1872. 

257y. Amie, b. March 29. 1S73; deceased. , • 

VI— S60. ELMIRA KEYS (Phcbe 5), b. 1847; dec'd; unm. 

VI— 861. GEORGE KEYS (Phebe 5), b. 1848; unm. 

Resides with his nephew, James Keys, address Scenery Hill, Pa. 

VI~S62. MARY^ A. KEYS (Phebe 5), b. 1849; m. JOSEPH A. RICE 
July 2S, 1882. 

He was a cord miner at Jacob's Creek, in Westmoreland Co., Pa., where 
he was killed in the Darr Mine explosion, Dec. 19. 1907, where 248 men lost 
their lives, it is supposed by the gas being set on fire for want of proper care 
by those in charge of the mine. Xo issue, 

VI— 863. W'ILEIA:^! KEYS (Phebe 5). d. very young. 

Ch. of Job Pylc (No. 22 j) and Mary Ann Bennington. 

VI— 864. VIRGINIA R. PYLE (Job, Amy. lohn, lohn. lohn), b. Mav 
22, 1858, at Beallsville, Pa.: m. JACOB ULERY'HAWKIXS 1892, son of 
Robert Hawkins and Jemima Allen, b. 1857. 

She and her two sons are living in the house in vvhich she was bom and 
which she inherited from her father, address Beallsville, Washington Co., Pa. 

Issue, bora there : — 

2.580. Don Pyle. b. Feb. 25. 1893. . , ■. 

2581: Glen Blaker. b. July 21, 1895. 

Ch. of N orris Pylc {Xo. 224) and Maria J. McCliaine. 

VI— 865. XORRIS HARLEX PY'LE (Xorris, Am v. John, John, 
John), b. Sept. 27, 1867: m. GRACE E. BROWX Oct. 20. 1897. 

He is with the Kellog-Birge Company wholesale grocers, Keokuk, Iowa. 
Address 604 Xorth Fourth St. ^].. . -, 

Issue : — ; ;.•:'•■,■. .' ;-'■.. 

2582. Mary, b. Jan. 20, 1899; d. Jan. 28, 1899. 

2583. Katharine, b. Julv 13, 1900. . " 

2584. Palmer, b. Jan. 15, 1903. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



Line of Johx, Joiix, Mo-e?, John, Eexjamix. 
Issue of James P. Paluier iXo. 2^y) and Jane B. Temple. 

VII— 877. CALEB PAL.AIER, b. 9010. 28. i8j6. 

In early life lie was a schoc-l teacher: he went West durir.g or after the 
Mexican War, 1845-47, and is supposed to have lost his life, as he did not re- 
turn. 



VII— 878. LYDIA A. TAL^IER (Tames. Benjamin. John, :^Ioses, 
John, John), b. 2 mo. 7. 1829; m. JESSE B. DA\'IS 5 mo. 5. 1855. son of 
George Davis and Ellen Baugh.. b. 3 mo. 31, 1S31. 

He was for several years engaged in milling at several places: then he 
bought the Thomas mill and engaged largely in buyitig. sawing and selling 
lumber. He then purchased a farm near White Horse, in Willistown. Ches- 
ter Co., Pa., about a mile from this mill, wliere for thirty years, in addition to 
farming he attended the Philadelphia market. In the spring of 1906 they 
retired from business and remo\-ed to \\'est Chester, Pa. He was a prominent 
member of the Grange. 

Their children were : — 

VIII— 2585. ELLA VIRGINIA D.WIS. b. 6 mo. 6. 1856; d. 2 mo. 
16, 1894: unm; buried at \Vijlistov.-n ]\Itg. Slie v.as an earnest worker in 
Friends' First-day School. 

VIII— 2586. WILLIAM P. DAVIS b. 4 mo. i'. i8;9: m. SALLIE 
H. SMITH 10 mo. 19, 1882, dau. o^ William Smith and Lydia Steele. She 
d. 4 mo. 16, 1884. 

M. second, ANNA M. T.VYLOR 10 mo. 12, 18S7, dau. of Caleb M. 
Taylor and Susan W. Jones, b 8 mo. 15. 1864. 

He engaged in farming for some years on the home farm, then bought a 
traction engine and did stone crushing ai^d macadamizin.g roads. Present res- 
idence West Chester. Pa. 

Child by first wife: — 
IX— 5525. Virda T.. Davis, b. 4-7-1 SS4, Wili:.=~tcw:i; reside> in West Chester. Pa. 

On 3 mo. 13, 1911, the annouucemeni: v.-as made of the engagement of Virda 
Lydia Davis to Ke bert P. Willits, of Manila. Philippire I^limds. He was formerly 
of Philadelphia, but for some years has b^>n connected with the Philippine Postal 
Service and Bureau of Public Works. 

Note. — Names of those •who died quite young are not carried forward in this 
generation. They will be found under their parents' names in Sixth Generation. 



226 * PALMER FAMILY 



Tssue by second wife, horn in W'illistown : — 

IX— 5526. W. Palmer Davis, b. 12-25-1SS8. 
IX— 5527. Helen B. Davis, b. 6-24-1893. 
IX— 5528. Aubrey Taylor Davis, b. 8-4-1S97. 

VIII— 25S7. JANE P. DAVIS, I. 12 mo. 23, 1862; d. 10 mo. 25, 
18S6; unm. ; buried at Willistowii Mtg. 

VIII— 2588. ANNA LAURA DAVIS, b. 4 mo. 11, 1869; d. 2 mo. 15, 
1907; buried at Willistown Mtg. ; m. CHARLES PRATT 9 mo. 21, 1893, 
by Friends' ceremony, son of John M. Pratt and Lucinda Baldwin, of East 
Goshen, Chester Co., Pa., b. 2 mo. 18, 1S67. 

They resided first in Philadelphia, then removed to West Chester, Pa. 
She graduated at the School of Elocution in Philadelphia and was a public 
reader of pronounced ability. 

Their child : — 
IX— 5529. Carl D. Pratt, b. 2-21-1897. 

Issue of Susan Palmer {No. pjiS) and John W. Thatcher, all born in Aston, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 880. REBECCA C. TPL\TCHER (Susan, Benjamin, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. 6 mo. 7, 1832; unm. 

She remained with her parents until after the death of her mother, since 
which she has resided in West Chester, -Media and Philadelphia; present resi- 
dence, Friends' boarding home, West Chester, Pa. She is an interested mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends. 



VII— 881. ABIGAIL ANN THATCHER (Susan 6), b. 11 mo. 27, 
1834; d. 9 mo. 18, 1904; m. C. GROVER LEVIS 11 mo. 27. 1856, son of 
David Levis and Sarah Grover. b. 7 mo. 6, 1833; d. 5 mo. 19, 1906; both 
buried at Coatesville, Pa. 

They resided in West ^larlborough Chester Co., Pa., where he had a 
fann. He met with a severe accident to his head from a horse-hayfork in 
his barn, which disabled him from farming for se\'eral years, during part of 
which time he had a store in Philadelphia. Pa. They returned to Chester Co., 
where they remained the rest of their lives. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2589. LAURA T. LEVIS, b. 9 mo. 5, 1857; m. WILLIAM E. 
BALDWIN 2 mo. 27, 1883, srn of Amos C. Baldwin and Marietta Hulms, 
b. 10 mo. 16, 185S. 

He was in the coal and feed trade for several years at Embreeville, Ches- 
ter Co., Pa. ; removed to West Chester and became first assistant cashier in 
1907 of the Grangers' National Bank at Downingtown, Pa. 

Issue: — 

IX— 5530. FLORENCE MAUD BALDWIN, b. ii mo. 15, 1884; m. 



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WILLIAM N. WICKERSHAM 9 mo. 2-j, 1906, son of Lewis Wickersham 
and Harriet John, b. 12 mo. i;,, 1884. 

He is a clerk. Address. 406 Dean St . West Chester, Pa. 

IX— 5531. GERTRUDE LEVIS BALDWIN, b. 10 mo. 29, 1887; m. 
NORTON JOHNSON 2 mo. 6, 1907, son of Bennett and Lucy Johnson, b. 
3 mo. — , 1886. 

He is a farmer; address, Corinne, Chester Co., Pa. ^ 

Issue : — 

X— 7425. Earl Johuson, b. 11-6-1907. 

rX— 5532 — Eugene William Baldwin, b. 12-9-18SS; unm; he was clerk for a time in a gas 

works at West Chester, Pa.; he was later engaged in a store in the same town. 
IX— 5533. Marian Laura Baldwin, b. 6-19-1S95; d. 10-12-1S95. 

VIII— 2590. JOSEPHINE B. LEVIS, b. 3 mo. 12, 1859; m. GEORGE 
W. WEST 6 mo. 2, 1897, of Wenona, N. J., b. :^Iar. 14. 1853. No children. 

He is a contractor and builder and resides at 326 Dean St., West Ches- 
ter, Pa. 



VIII— 2591. IDA MAY LEVIS, b. 5 mo. i, 1861 ; unm. 
She resides at Avondale, Chester Co.. Pa., where she is assistant pc'St- 
master. 



VIII— 2592. THEODOSTA MORGAN LEVIS, b. 2 mo. 28, 1S63; 
d. 4 mo. 14, 1909; m. J. EDGAR HOOPES 10 mo. 21, 1896, at Avondale, 
Pa., son of Cyiais Hoopes and Abbie J. Baker (who were m. in Baltimxore, 
I^Id., 7 mo. 5, 1865), b. 7 mo. 24, 1869; d. 10 mo. 15, 1904. at Chester Co. 
Hospital, of typhoid fever. 

He was a farmer and resided last on the home farm near Doe Run. She 
afterwards removed to 324 Dean St., West Chester, Pa. Both buried in Fair- 
view Cemetery, Coatesville, Ps. 

T'^sue, born at Doe Run : — 

IX— 5534. Helen Levis Hoopes, b. 10-19-1S97. 

IX— 553c. Ethel Lyndell Hoopes, b. 4-1-1901. 

IX— 5536. J. Edgar Hoopes, b. 6-2-1903. ■■. >. ... . - 



VIII— 2593. EUGENE E. LEVIS, b. 2 mo. 18, 186S; m. MAE E. 
BAILY, 3 mo. 18, 1896, dau. of Joseph Baily and Hannah Dickenson, b. 10 
mo. II, 1870. 

He is in the coal, lumber, lime and sand trade, with offxe 3rd and Rail- 
road St., and residence 420 Walnut St., Coatesville, Pa. No children. 



VIII— 2594. J. EDGAR T. LEVIS, b. 10 mo. 12, 1870; unm. 
He is in the treasurer's office of the Lukens Steel & Iron W^orks at Coates- 
ville, Pa. 



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VII— SS2. HARRIET TtlATCHER (Susan 6). b. 7 mo. 14, 1839; d. 

I mo. 2, 1906, at Media, Pa.; buried in Cumberland Cemetery; m. WILLIAM 
M. HAXXUM 2 mo. 20. 1S62, son of Edwin Hannum and Maria }>Iillcr ''% of 
Aston, b. 2 mo. 20. 1S34. 

They resided on the homestead of his father near \'il!ao;e Green. Pa., of 
\vhich he afterwards became possessed. He also followed dealiiig- in cattle. 
They afterwards removed to V'illage Green, where he still continues. Har- 
riet died at her daughter's, who had remoxxd to ]\Iedia, Pa. 

Issue, born in Aston, Delaware Co., Pa: — 

VIII— 2595. JOHN T. HANNUM. b. 12 mo. 11, 1S62; d. i mo. 23. 
1902; buried in Cumberland Cemetery; m. CLARA BEATTY BUTTON 

II mo. 19. 1890. dau. of John Button And Harriet Beatty, of Chester, Pa., 
where they all resided, b. i mo. 28, 1863 ; d. 3 mo. 31, 19CO. No children. 

VIII— 2596. WILLIAM M. HANNU^I, JR., b. 12 mo. 17. 1864; d. 9 
mo. 30, 1865. 

VIII— 2597. LUCY ETHELW^YN HANNU.AI. b. 8 mo. 17, 1866; m. 
WTLLIAM GROVER VANLEER circa 1889. son of William G. Vanleer 
and Amy ^^lullin. b. Feb. 28. 1869. at \Mllage Green, Pa. 

M. 'second, FREB. BANDROW. ' , ; 

Nothing further given of them and residence unknown. 

Child by first husband : — 
IX— 5537. Nellie Vanleer, b. :\Iar. 8, 1890. 

VIII— 2598. PIARRY IRVING HANNUM, b. 10 mo. 21, 1873. 
He was for several years a clerk in the Charter National Bank, ]\Iedia, 
Pa., then a bookkeeper in Philadelphia, Pa. 

VIII— 2599. ELIZABETH P. F. HANNUM, b. 7 mo. 15, 1876. 
She is a school teacher, with a position (1907) in the Media, Pa., public 
school. 

VIII— 2600. ISABELLA KIRK HANNUM, b. 6 mo. 15, 1879; m. 
HARRY G. PROCTOR, 3 mo. 24, 1909, a newspaper employee of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., where they reside. 



VII— 883. ELIZABETH R. THATCHER (Susan 6), b. 9 mo. 5, 
1841; m. JOSEPH E. JOHNSON 6 mo. 4, 1863, son of Jethro Johnson 



I^TQte.— Maria Miller, a dau. of James Miller (Robert) and Isabella Black cf Con- 
cord, b. 6-6-1806; Edwin Hannum, a brother to Mary Ann, wife of Isaac M. Trimble, T.— 94, 
son of Samuel Hannum and Susan Pennell, b. 9-7-1S03; d. 4-10-1S74. Samuel, a son of 
William Hannum and Ruth Evans, who were m. Sept. 29, 1772, at Swedes' church, Wil- 
mington, Del. William, a son of John Hannum and second wife Jane Ncild, who were 
m. 1741.' John, a son of John Hannum, the first settler in Concord Two. about 16?S, and 
wiio m. Margery Southery, .si^^ler to Mary, the v.ifc of John Palmer No. 1, of this gene- 
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and Elizabeth Dutton, b. 1838; d. 12 nio. 29. 1864. He kept a store at Vil- 
lage Green, Delaware Co., Pa., where he died. Child: — 

VIII— 2601. LAURA S. JOHXSOX. b. 6 mo. 18. 1864; d. 12 mo. 28, 
1864. 

This child died just one day before her father. 

ELIZABETH P., ni. second, GEORGE PALMER, 10 mo. 22, 1868; 
son of ;Mark: Palmer and Rachel Knight, of Bucks Co., Pa., b. 6 mo. 3. 1838; 
d. II mo., 1S74. They resided in West Chester, Pa., where he was ticket 
agent in the railroad office. He was a descendant of John and Christian Palm- 
er, who settled in 1684 in Bucks Co., Pa. Child: — 

VIII— 2602. FLORENCE K. PALMER, b. 11 mo. 26. 1869; d. 2 mo. 
25, 1874; m. third, IRAD FULLER Feb. 20, 1895, son of Willard and Deb- 
orah Fuller, of Conn., b. Aug 24. 1840, in Vernon, Conn. No ch. 

They are Presb}terians; reside 6414 Main St., Germantown, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. He has since died. 

Issue of T. Chalkley Palmer (No. 2Jq) and Sarah Sharpless, all born in Del- 
aware Co., Pa. 

VII— 8S4. LEWIS PAL^.IER (T. Chalklev. Benjamin, John. Moses, 
John .John), b. i mo. 13, 1830: d. 12 mo. 31, 1887: m. MARY C. WTLD- 
]\IAN 12 mo. 16, 1S58, dau. of John Wildman. Jr., and Ann Comfort, of Low- 
er ]\Iakefield, Bucks Co., Pa., b. 3 mo. 23. 1838; d. i mo. 25, 1906; both bur- 
ied at Springfield ]\Itg. 

He was a teacher in Westtown Boarding-school for nearly five years. He 
then purchased and run the ]\Iedia grist- a'ld saw-mills for several years. He 
sold the water-power here to enable Media to erect waterworks. He then went 
into the ice trade for supplying this town, which business his widow continued 
for several years. He had a hicrh reputation as both a niineralogist and botan- 
ist and had a large and rare collection of specimens. At the time of his death 
he was one of Media's councilmen, and \\ as highly esteemed by all who knew 
him. 

Issue, born near Media, Pa. : — 

VIII— 2603. RUTHANNA PALMER, b. 11 mo. 24, 1859; d. same 
day. 

VIII— 2604. THO^IAS CHALKLEY PALMER, b. 10 mo. 23. i860: 
m. H. JANE WALTER 10 mo. 21, 1886. by Friends' ceremony, dau. of 
William H. Walter* and Edith B. Webb. b. lo'mo. i;. i8;8. at Parke?-\-ille. 



Note.— William H. Walter and Edith B. Webb were m. 10-19-1854 at Parkersville 
Mtg. He was b. 3-22-1823; d. 2-14-1S76. He was a son of William Walter and Margaret 
Lambom, of Kennet (who were m. 3-26-1S12) and Edith B., b. 2-12-1S2S; d. 9-7-1SC9, was 
a dau. of Alban Webb and Hannah Darlin^on (Amos 3. Thomas 2. Abraham 1). Margaret 
Lamborn was a dau. of Robert Lamborn and ^^a^tha To^rnsend; William Walter, b. 12-lG- 
17S3, was a son of Joseph Walter and Elizabeth Levis (who were m. 5-2-1771). Joseph Wal- 
ter, b. 12-21-174G; d. 2-29-1S12, was a son of Joseph Walter and Jane Brinton (who were 
m. June 6, 173C). Joseph Walter, b. 12-2S-1711; bur. 5-2S-1704.vs-as the son of Godwin 
Walter, the emigrant, and Jane Brinton, b. 1717; bur. S-5-1793. a dau. of William Brinton 
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Pa. They resided in Media. Pa., and in tqoS removed to a new house which 
he built in Middletown Twp. He g-raduated at Havcrtord Colle.ij:e. 18S2, then 
took a special course of stTidy in chemistry at the Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacy and private laboratory of Prof, ilenry Trimble. He was then ap- 
pointed chemist for the Sliarplcss Dyewocd Extract Company, of Chester, 
Pa., of which he has become a stockholder ::nd director. 

Pie is a member of the Delaware County Institute of Science and suc- 
ceeded in 1S94 the late Hon. John M. Broomall as its president; he is a mem- 
ber of the Academy of N^atural Science of Philadelphia; The Franklin Insti- 
tute; the Society of Chemical Imlustries of London; The Society of Dyers of 
London and the Chemical Society of Paris. He is a recognized authority on 
dyes and chemicals and has written iiiany papers upon these and kindred sub- 
jects for the Textile Colorists, of Philadelphia, and various society journals 
allied with liis profession. He is also skilled in botany and mineralogy. 

The family are all members of the Society of Friends. Children; — 
rx— 5538. Walter Palmer, b. 3-30-1SS8. 
IX— 5539. Lewis Palmer, b. 7-28-1889. , 

VIII— 2605. ANNE PALMER, b. 11 mo. 11, 1862; m. GEORGE S. 
THORP 5 mo. iS, 1887, at Media Mtg., son of James Thorp and Jane Yarn- 
all, b. 6 mo. 7, 1856. 

He was for six years instructor in manual training at W^esttown Board- 
ing SchO'Ol, and has sin.ce beeti farming on the Joseph Trimble farm near 
Chester, Pa. Children : — 

IX— 5540. Arthur G. Thorp, b. 6-16-18S8, at Ed£rmont. ^ 

IX— 5541. Mary H. Thorp, b. 3-19-1890, at Media. 
IX— 5542. Edith Thorp, b. 3-12-1S92. at Westtown. 
IX— 5543. Emma Thorp, b. 1-16-1894, at Westtown. 
IX— 5544. James Thorp, Jr., b. 1-12-1896, at Westtown. 

IX— 5545. Ruth S. Thorp, b. 8-17-1899, at Middletown. , ^ 

IX— 5546. Alban G. Thorp, b. 2-9-1903. 



VIII— 2— 607. JOHN W. PALMER, b. 7 mo. i, 1867; m. MARY \V. 
YARNALL 7 mo. i, 1890, dau. of Eli Yarnall and Hannah Hurd, of Willis- 
town, Pa., b. 9 mo. 23. 1870. 

He is an electrician. They reside in ?^Iedia, Pa. Children: — 
IX— 5547. Rena M. Palmer, b. 5-21-1891; d. 11-26-1891. 
IX— 5548. Hannah M. Palmer, b. 7-14-1S92, at Media. 

IX— 5549. Carolus M. Palmer, b. 5-16-1894; d. 7-1S-1894. . ,' - 

IX~5550. Eli Yarnall Palmer, b. 5-5-1904, at Media. 

VIII— 2608. BEULAH PALMER, b. 7 mo. 27. 1869; m. EDWARD 
F. STINSON. She became a Catholic 8 mo. 14. 1905 ; went to Alaska 8 mo. 
31, 1907. as a Catholic ^Missionary. Returned 7 mo. 4. 1909. Address, 1715 
Thompson St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Child :— 
IX— 5551. Edna F. Stinson. b. 8-27-1888; m. Howard Senderling. 6-15-1910; address, 2349 

North Third St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

VIII— 2609. SARAH S. PALMER, b. 12 mo. 17, 1872; m. WIL- 
LIAM S. EVANS 5 mo. 16, iSq^, at Media, Pa., son of Joel Evans and 



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Emma Stokely, b. i mo. 19 (?), 1870; d 2 mo. 14, 1900; bur. at Laurel Hill 
Cemcter}-. 

She resides at 2223 Fontaine St.. Piiihdelphia. Pa. 

(Emma, a dau. of Ex-Mayor Stokely, of Philadelphia.) 

Children : — 
IX— 5552. Laura Evans, b. 2-17-1S95. 
IX— 5553. Emma Evans, b. 7-26-1896. . . 

VIII— 2610. GEORGE ^FARTIX PAL^^IER, b. 3 mo. 14, 1S76, at 
Media, Pa.; m. MARIAN E. ROGERS. 4 mo. 16, 1902, at .Moorestown, 
N. J., dau. of Amos A. Rogers and ]\Iartha Lippincott. b. 12 mo. 3, 1S77, at 
Fellowship, N. J. 

His profession is a chemist, with office 32S Bourse, Philadelphia, Pa. 

They reside at 57 E. Central Ave.. Moorestown, X. J. Children: — 
IX— 5554. Roger Lewis Palmer, b. 9-19-1903. 
IX— 5555. Dorothea Miller Palmer, b. 2-3-1907. 

VIII— 2611. CHARLES \V. PALMER, b. 8 mo. 9. 1S79; m- -"^XNA- 
C. STANTON 6 mo. 25. 1908, by Friends' ceremony, at Stillwater Mtg., 
Bamesville, O., dau. of William Stanton and Jane Davis, of Tacoma, O, He 
studied science at Cornell, making- a specialty of Entomology under Prof. 
Comostock. He graduated there in 1907. He is a science teacher at \\'est- 
town Boarding School. Address, Westtown, Chester Co., Pa. 

VIII— 2612. EDITH LEWIS PALMER,, b. 3 mo. 2, 1881. She re- 
sides with her aunt in Media, Pa. 

VII— 885. JOHN S. PALMER (T. Chalkley 6), b. 5 mo. 17. 1833; 
m. MARY KNIGHT, 10 mo. 25, 1S60. at Frankfort ^Itg., dau. of Jonathan 
P. Knight and Alice Comfort,* of Frank-icrt. Philadelphia, b. i mo. 2. 1835. 

They lived on his father's property in Marple Twp., i860 to 1872, and 
he operated the mill most of the tim.e; removed in 1872 to his father's farm 
in Nether Providence, of which he subsequently became the owner, and in 
1883 removed to Germantovv-n, Pa., where he engaged in manufacturing pa- 
per boxes. Address. 431 Wistar .St., Gennantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue, born in Marple, Delaware Co., Pa. : — 

VIII— 2613. SARAH PALMER, b. 7 mo. 7, 1862: m. HENRY 
AQUILLA LIPPINCOTT 11 mo. 6, 18S3. at Friends' Mtg.. Sixth and No- 
ble Sts., Philadelphia, son of .-\quilla B. Lippincott and Sarah Ann Eldridge, 
of New Jersey, b. 8 mo. 11, 1861. 

She resides at 1029 Spruce St., Philadelphia. Pa. He is in the electrical 
construction business at 914 Filbert St. Child: — 
IX— 5556. Marion P. Lippincott, b. 5-18-1886. 

VIII— 2614. WILLIAM S. PALMER, b. 9 mo. 20, 1864; m. MARY 

Note. — Alice and Ann Comfort (see last No.) were sisters and daughters of John 
Comfort and Ann Eastbarn, of Solcbury, Bucks, Co., Pa. Jonathan Knight was a son of 
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B. C. LIPPIXCOTT, lo mo. 16, 1S90, in Coulter St. Friends' Mtg-., dati. of 
Dr. Franklin B. Lippincott and Lticy A. Haines, b. 2 mo. 19, 1865. 

He is engaged with his father in the manufacture of paper boxes at 40 
E. Wistar St., with residence at 4957 Rubicon Ave., Germantown, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. No issue. 

Vni— 2615. PIEXRY PALMER, b. 2 mo. 25, 1S71 ; m. MARIAXXA 
YARX^ALL 4 mo. 4, 1906, at \\'est Philadelphia Mtg., 42nd and Powellton 
Ave., dau. of Edward S. Yarnall and Sidney S. Garrett (Xo. 1455), b- 7 mo. 
13, 1874; d. 8 mo. 23, 1907. 

He is engaged with his father and brother, q. v. Residence in Gennan- 
town, Pa., where she died suddenly. His address, 4^1 E. Wistar St. 

Local News, Feb. 6th, 1911: 

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. 
Announcement is made of the engagement of Henry Palmer, Jr., of Germantown, 
Phila., to Emily Cope Smedley, of West Chester, Pa., dau. of Wm. Smedley (deceased) 
and Deborah Cope Smedley, b. 7-27-1S75. 



. Vn— 887. HEXRY PALMER (T. Chalklev 6), b. i mo. i, 1839; m. 
PHEBE HOOPES 8 mo. 15, 1877, at Xe\v Garden ^Itg., dau. of Caleb 
Hoopes and Mary Cooper, of Toughkenamon, b. 2 mo. 17, 1852. 

He began business at his father's mill v.dth his brother John. In 1870 he 
became connected with John ]\I. Sharpless & Co., at Waterville, in the manu- 
facture of dyewoods and logwood extracts In 1880 the works were removed 
to Chester, Pa., where he resided until 1883, when he purchased a fann of 253 
acres near Avondale, Chester Co.. and removed to it, and withdrew from the 
dyewood business 10 mo. i, 18S3. He has since purchased another farm 
called "Sunset," where he now resides. He is mtich interested in breeding im- 
proved stock. For several years he has been one of tlie managers of the Penn- 
sylvania Training School at Elwyn, near Media, Pa., for feeble minded chil- 
dren. Issue: — . , 

VIII— 2616. EVERETT PAI^IER. b. 5 mo. 31, 1878, at Waterville. 
Pa.; m. MARY I. TAYLOR 5 mo. 5, 1904, dau. of Harry C Taylor and 
Anna Belleville, b. i mo. 5, 1882. 

He is an electrical engineer, chief of the Wilmington. Del, Light and 
Power Company. Address, 103 W^ 23rd St., Wilmington, Del. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5557. Alice Weir Palmer, b. 2-17-1905. 
IX— 5558. Henry Taylor Palmer, b. 11-17-1907. 

VIII— 2617. MARTIX PALMIER, b. 2 mo. 12, 1880, at Waterville; d. 
6 mo. 8, 1883, near Avondale, Pa. 

VIII— 2618. ALICE PALMER, b. 3 mo. 16, 18S2, at Chester, Fa.; d. 
6 mo. 19, 1883, "^r Avondale, Pa. 

VIII— 2619. AXXA PALMER, b. 7 mo. 19, 1884; near Avondale. 



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VIII— 2620. HERBERT PALMER, b. i mo. 2:,, 1887, near Avondale. 
Pie graduated at Pennsylvania State Collcg-e in 1907, in Agriculture. 

VIII— 2621. RUTH MARTIN PALMER, b. 2 mo. 5, 1SS9, near 
Avondale. 

VIII— 2622. MARY PALMER, b. 2 mo. 23. 1S92, near Avondale. 
Of these the girls remain at home at the writing of this record. 



VII— 888. BEULAH PALMER (T. Chalkley 6), b. 3 mo. 4, 1844. 

She resided with her pare-its at their several places of abode and finally 
located at Media, Pa. Herself and brothers are all members of the Society of 
Orthodox Friends. 

Issue of Abraham M. Palmer {No. 241) and Eliza JV. Peters, born in Aston, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 8S9. MARY R. PALMIER (.-Vbraham, Benjamin, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 4 mo. 22, 1833 ; d. 10 mo. 24, 1900; m. ELLWOOD RULON 
2 mo. 22, 1865, son of ^vloses Rulon*, Jr., and Eleanor Albertson, b. 7 mo. 2y, 
1839; d. 3 mo. 28, 190S; both bur. in Camden Cemetery. 

He was a farmer, owning a farm near IMagnolia, Camden Co., New Jer- 
sey. He retired from active work and or; account of ill health, with his son, 
S. Edwin, and family, had been going to Florida for the winter season, with 
address at Central, Jvlarion Co., Fla. 

Issue, born in Camden Co., N. J. : — 

VIII— 2623. NORRIS P. RULON. b. 2 mo. 28, 1866; d. 8 mo. 10, 
1866. 

VIII— 2624. WILLIA^I M. RULON, b. 6 mo. 25, 1867; d. 11 mo. 
28,1886. /' 

:: He was in his 20th year, with manhood's career just opening before him. 

Note.— Moses Rulon, Jr., and Eleanor Albertson (dau. of John Albertson and 
Ann Pine) were m. about 1S25 and were the parents of ten children, of whom Elwood 
■was the seventh. Moses, Jr., b. 1-5-1802, was a son of Moses Rulon and Susan Hart- 
ley, who had thirteen children. This Moses, b. 10-14-1767, was the fifth ot ten children 
of Henrj' Rulon, who m. Theodosa Robbins (b. 12-15-1742). Henry, b. 6-5-1732, was a 
son of David Rulon (b. 1704) and Exercise Allen (;b. S-13-1705), who were m. about 
1725 and had 13 children, Henry being the 4th. David died 3-15-1778, aged about 74 
years. Exercise Allen was a dau. of Henry and Hannah Allen. 

The Rulon family are of French descent and were amongst those who had to 
leave France during the persecution of the Huguenots after th revocation of the Edict 
of Nantes, Oct. 18, 16S5. The exile father of Henry, vrhose given name has not been 
found, came to this country before 1704, where he was in Monmouth Co., N. J. He 
escaped by his brothers who continued In the Catholic faith, putting him secretly In 
a hogshead which they put on board a vessel sailing for the U. S. and he was let out 
after the vessel had got beyond reach of his persecutors. — History of The Rulon 
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VIII— 2625. CHARLES J. RULOX, b. Mar. 23. 1S69; m. F. AU- 
GLISTA BELL Sept 3, 1892, dan. of James J. and Fannie Bell, of Baltimore, 
Md.; b. Feb. 23, 1868. 

They reside at ^Magnolia, Camden Co., N. J. Children : — 
IX— 5559. Mary B., Rulon, b. May 16, 1S93. 
IX— 5560. Elwood J. Rulon. b. Feb. 22, 1S95. 

VIII— 2626. STEPHEN EDWIN RULON, b. 6 mo. 15, 1872; d. 11 
mo. 19, 1907; m. KATHARYNE S. WORRELL 10 mo. 17, 1894, (No. 
2631), dan. of Elhvood M. Worrell and Sarah Jane Dicks, b. 3 mo. 8, 1873. 
Reside near ^Magnolia, Camden, Co., N. J. 

Children : — 

IX— 5561. William Merihew Rulon, b. 2-3-1896. 

IX— 5562. Ethel Rulon, b. 6-13-1S97. 

IX— 5563. Laura Rulon, b. 11-21-1900; d. 4-15-1903. 

IX— 5564. Harold E. Rulon, b. 6-6-1903. 

IX— 5565. Charles Joseph Rulon, b. 2-17-1906. 

VIII— 2627. FRANK RULON, b. 4 mo. 8, 1876; d. 5 mo. 16, 1876. 

Issue of Boijcuiiiii Palmer (No. 24?) and Sarah Palmer (5), born in Concord, 

Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 891. JOSEPH WORTH PALMIER (Benjamin, Benjamin, 
John, Moses, John, John), b. 2 mo. 5, 1841 ; d. i mo. — , 1869; m. ANNA E. 
HANWAY, 12 mo. 2y, 1866, dan. of Samuel Jackson Hanway and Martha 
Friel, b. Aug. 22, 1846. 

He learned the milling trade ; died at Coatesville and buried at Ercildoun, 
Pa. His widow resided for sorr-e time at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Pa. Af- 
terwards m. James Newlin, by whom she had four children; now resides in 
Lancaster City, Pa. , ,■ r, n --■; ^ •■-'■■■■ 

Child :— 

VIII— 2628. JOSEPH EVERETT PALMER, b. Feb. 5, 1S67; m. 
JENNIE CARSON Jan. 2t,, 1893, dau. of John Carson and Clara Segner, b. 
Sept. 12, 1869. 

He is a farmer. Address, Christiana, Pa. Children: — 
IX— 5566. Cmarles Everett Palmer, b. July 12, 1S94. 
IX— 5567. Mary Elizabeth Palmer, b. May 30, 1896. 
IX— 5568. Harry Harvey Palmer, b. June 1, 1899. 

Issiie of Catharine S. Palmer (iVo. 244) and Joseph Worrell, all born in Del- 
aware Co., Pa. 

VII— 892. A. PALMER WORRELL (Catharine, Benjamin, John. 
Moses, John, John), b. Oct. 24, 1840; d. Nov. 22, 1866; m. SARAH JANE 
DICKS, Oct. 15. 1863, dau. of James Dicks and Mary Lytle, b. Oct. 10, 1840, 
in Nether Providence Twp. 

(James Dicks and Mary Lytle were m. 1832, and had nine ch. He d. 
Aug. 14, 1S87, in his 82d year.) 



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A. Palmer Worrell purchased a mill and farm on Chester Creek, in 
Thornbury, Delaware Co., Pa., where he did an extensive business. But he 
was suddenly taken ill with diplitheria and died, being greatly mourned by the 
surrounding community. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2629. JENNIE ADELI.A WORRELL, b. Oct. 31, 1864; m: 
FRANK D. STRODE Mar. 6, 1884, son of ^larshall Strode and Elizabeth 
M. Darlington, of East Bradford, b. Nov. i, 1862. They reside at 423 West 
Union St., West Chester, Pa. 

Issue : — 
IX-5569. Laura J. Strode, b. Jan. 16, 1SS5, at East Bradford; m. Henry B. Colemau 

June 29, 1910. She graduated at Swarthmore College in 1906 and tkeu taught in 

West Chester High School. He has a position with the West Chester (Pa.) Wheel 

Works. Residence on Dean St., that borough. 
IX— 5570. Elizabeth M. Strode, b. Apr. 11, 1SS6; d. May 5, 1SS6, at Birmingham. 
IX— 5571. Nana Strode, b. Mar. 17, 1SS9, at E. Bradford. 
IX— 5572. Elhvood Palmer Strode, b. Aug. 5, 1891, at West Chester. 
IX— 5573. Helen A. Strode, b. June 21, 1S94, at West Chester. 

VIII— 2630. LAURA AlAY WORRELL, b. July 30, 1866; m. 
BROOME R. SHANER July 10, 18S4, son of Jefferson Shaner and Emma 
L. Hickman, b. ]May 19, 1863. They resided in West Chester, then at Strode's 
Mill, Pa.; in 1907, removed to 450 Park St., Portland, Ore. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5574. Frank Bernard Shaner, b. Mar. 25, 1885; m. Freda Ash, Mar. 7, 1909. He 

Is an automobile tester. He removed in 1907 to Portland, Oregon, thence to 

San Francisco, Cal., and later to Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, where he is in the 

automobile trade. 

IX— 5575. Edna May Shaner, b. June 5, 1887; m. Elvin Ames, Aug. 25, 1908, of 

Silverton, Oregon. 
IX— 5576. Eva Worrell Shaner, b. May 25, 1SS9; m. Arthur Steelhammer, Aug. 25, 1909, 

'of Silverton, Oregon, a noted musician. 
IX— 5577. Maurice Paul Shaner, b. Jan. 23, 1895. 



VII— 893. ELLWOOD M. WORRELL (Catherine 6), b. April 30, 
1842; m. SARAH JANE (Dicks) WORRELL, May 25, 1871 (widow ot 
his brother, A. Palmer Worrell). He learned the milling business with his 
brother, A. Palmer Worrell, and has followed it in various localities, near Me- 
dia, in Radnor, at Strode Mill, in East Bradford, which he purchased May 10, 
1893, and conducted for over ten years, after which he had the mill just north 
of West Chester, Pa., in 1909 returning to the Strode mill. He has been an 
active business man and interested citizen in his community. Address, West 
Chester R. F. D. 6. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 2631. KATHARYN S. WORRELL, b. 3 mo. 8, 1873; m. S. 
EDWIN RULON (No. 2626), 10 mo. 17, 1894, son of Elwood Rulon and 
Mary Palmer, b. 6 mo. 15, 1872; d. 11 mo. 19, 1907; further record under 
his name. 

VIII— 2632. JOSEPH W. WORRELL, b. 12 mo. 31, 1876; m. 



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HANNAH K, SAVER V, 5 mo. 31, 1906, dati. of Stephen W. Savery and 
Susanna Forsythe, b. i mo. 8, 1S82. 

They resided first at Strode's ]\Iill, which he operated, then removed 
to West Chester, Pa., and engaged in the wholesale Hour and feed trade with 
residence at 408 Dean St. 

Issue : — 
IX— 557S. Frances Savery Worrell, b. 3-12-1907. 

Vin— 2633. ETHEL E.M^LV WORRELL, b. 8 mo. 14, 1882; m. 
NORRIS T. ALARSHALL, 6 mo. 16, 1904, son of Samuel P. Alarshall and 
Phebe Huey, b. 4 mo. 3, 1S84. No children. 

They resided first on liis fa'.her's farm in Birmingham Twp. ; in 1907 he 
bought Seal's store, same Twp., which they conduct. 

VII— S96. ANNA MARY WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. Jan. 10, 
1848; d. Feb. 21, 1868; m. ROBERT JOHNSON, Jan. 20, 1866', son of 
Charles and Alaria Johnson. No issue. 

VII— 897. REBECCA T. WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. July 19, 
1851; d. April 26, 1880; m. HARRISON L. ROWLAND Nov. — , 1870, 
son of John J. Rowland and Elizabeth Siirack, b. April — , 1849; d. April 29, 
1905. 

(John J., a son of Robert Rowland and Alary Jones.) 

They resided on the old Rowland homestead just north of Media, Pa. 

Issue : — 

Vni— 2634. CHARLES P. ROWLAND, b. Dec. 16, 1871 ; unm. 

He enlisted in the Reg. U. S Cavalry 12th. Reg. and is a Quarter-Master 
Sergeant Alajor; has been mos<l_v in the Southern States, in Texas and later in 
Georgia. 

VIII— 2635. ELIZABETH ROWLAND, b. Alar. 24. 1874; d. Sept. 
21, 1907; m. WILLIAAI G. COPE Oct. 16, 1901, at Media, Pa., son of 
Benjamin Cope and Ruth A. Green, of East Bradford, b. Nov. r6, 1873. 

He is an electrician. They reside at Tioga, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5579. Catharine W. Cope, Feb. 24, 1903; d. Oct. 2, 1903. 
IX— 5580. lone Cope, b. Aug. — , 1904. 

VIII— 2636. CATHARINE W. ROWLAND, b. Alar. 16. 1876; d. 
May 17, 1905; buried at Aledia Cemetery: m. LEVI JAAIES FARLEY June 
19, 1902, at Aledia, Pa., son of William N. Farley and Emerett James, of 
Chester, Pa., b. July 15, 1874. 

He is a druggist. Thev resided at Asburv Park, N. J., where she died. 

Child:— 
IX— 5581. "William H. Farley, b. May 17, 1905; d. same day. 

VIII— 2637. HORACE AI. ROWLAND, b. April 21, 1878; m. SAL- 



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IJE PHILLIPS, Sept. 14, 1902, clau. of Albert Benton and Jennie Phillips, 
b. April 14, 1 88 1. 

He is a fireman on P. R. R., with address, 125 1 Graystock St., near 49th 

St., Philadelphia. Pa. Issue: — 

IX— 5582. Mildred Rose Rowland, b. April 13, 1903. 

IX— 5583. Hazel Phillips Rowland, b. June 2, 1905. 

VIII— 2638. EDGAR T. ROWLAND, b. April 14, 1880; m. BESSIE 
K. JOHXSOX, Mar. 2y, 1909. 

He lived some time with his uncle, Alfred B. Worrell, and assisted with 
farming; address, Newtown Square, Delaware Co.. Pa. 



VII— 89S. ALFRED B. WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. Mar. 4, 18^3; 
m. ELIZA ANN W^-VTSON (widow nee Stackhouse), dau. of Wil- 
liam Stackhouse and Aviary Ann Kingle, b. I\Iay i, 1835. 

He learned to be a miller, v/hich he followed for some time, then went 
to farming- on a farm which he purchased near Newtown Square, Delaware 
Co., Pa. No issue. His wife, by her first husband, John Watson, was the 
mother of six children. 



VII— 899. JOHN T. WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. Feb. 15, 1855; 
m. MAZIE SHERTZER Nov. 26, 1890, dau. of Joseph Shertzer and Cath- 
arine Warner, b. Dec. 6, 1868. No issue. 

He is a carpenter and contractor, with residence No. 1045 County Line 
Road, Bryn IMawr P. O., Rosemont, Pa. 

VII— 900. SALLIE P. WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. Oct. 13, 1857; 
m. A. DARLINGTON STRODE April 8, 1885 (his second wife), son of 
Marshall Strode and Elizabeth ]vl. Darlington, b. Jan. 14, 1852, in East Brad- 
ford. 

He carried on dairy farming at the homestead for a considerable time, 
then removed to 337 W. L'nion St., West Chester, Pa. He had m. first Ella 
R. King, Feb. 22, 1878. a dau of Brinton King and Lydia Ann Ring, b. 5 mo. 
25, 1852; d. I mo. 7, 1884, by whom there was one dau., IMary Virginia 
Strode, b. Nov. 25, 1878. 

Issue, by second wife, born in East Bradford, except youngest: — 
VIII— 2639. Marshall D., Strode, b. Dec. 20, 1886. 
VIII— 2640. Clara Anita Strode, b. Nov. IS, 1888; d. Aug. 9, 1SS9. 
VIII— 2641. Joseph W. Strode, b. Mar. 24, 1891. 
VIII— 2642. Elizabeth Strode, b. May 3, 1893. 
VIII— 2643. F. Emma Strode, b. Feb. 5, 1896. 
VIII— 2644. Herbert Strode, b. May 20, 1S98, at West Chester. 

VII— 901. FRANK BROOK WORRELL (Catharine 6), b. Dec. i, 
1859; m. DEBORAH PFIEBE WORRELL Dec. 2, 1903, dau. of Mar- 
shall R. Worrell and Lydia A. Campbell, of ]\Iedia, Pa., b. July 12, 1876. 

He is engaged in the real estate business, with both office and residence in 
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VIII— 2645. Frank Marshall Worrell, b. April 21. 1005. 
VllI— 2G46. Frunk Brooke Worrell. Jr.. b. Nov. 27. 1908. 

Line of John, John, Moses, John, Abraham. 
Issue of Hiraiii Fahii-r {Xo. 2^^,) and Margaret Meslcr. 

VII— 902. BEXJA:\IIX F. palmer (I-Iiram, Abraham, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. Sept. 13, 1830. at 2^Iount V^ernon, Knox Co., O. ; d. 
Jan. 22, 1891: buried in :^Ianhaitan, Kan ; m. HANNAH KNIFORT Aug. 
31, 1856, b. 3*Iay 8, 1835, in Gennany; d. Oct. 20, 1884, at Jacksonville, Fla. 

M. second, JANE PAYNE June 24, 1890. 

He removed to Kansas in 1855, and settled at Manhattan, Riley Co., 
where he kept a store. 

Issue, born in ^.lanhattan, Kan. : — 

VIII— 2647. HIRA:\I F. palmer, b. Sept. 13, 1857; "nm. 
•; He is a fisherman ; address, Manhattan, Kan. 

VIII— 2648. ^IINNIE FI. PAI3IER, b. June 26, i860; m. CHARLES 
B. ALLEN Sept. 9, 1888. FIc d. July 23, 1899. 

M. second, CHARLES \Y. WHELAN Nov. 9, 1903. 
He is a plasterer, with address iNIanhattan, Kan. 

Issue by first husband : — 
IX— 5584. Gertrude Allen, b. May 1, 1889. . , 

Issue by second husband : — 

IX— 5585. Erma Whelan, b. Sept. 3, 1903. ; 



VIII— 2649. GEORGE S. PALMIER, b. Sept. 15, 1862; d. Oct. 26, 
1863. 

VIII— 2650. ]\IAYLON J. PALMER, b. Sept. 3, 1864; m. ANNA 
STOUTEAGLE June 5, 1887, dau. of George Stouteagle and Elizabeth 
, He is a druggist; address, [Manhattan, Kan. 

Issue: — 

IX— 5586. Julia H. Palmer, b. Nov. 4, 1887. . , 

IX— 5587. Carrie B. Palmer, b. Jan. 5, 1893. 

IX— 5588, George F. Palmer, b. April 11, 1908. • ' 



VIII— 2651. ANNA G. PALMER, b. Feb. 19, 1S67; d. July 25, 1868. 

VIII— 2652. ANNA G. PALMER (2d), b. May 26, iSegV'm, 
GEORGE W. STANFIELD :\Iarch 15, 1S92, b. Aug. 3, 1858; d. May 28, 

1905- 

He was a farmer; bur. at Zeondale, Kan. 



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M. second, OLIVER GODLOVE, July 11, 1908, b. 1861. Address, 501 
Vattier St., Manhattan, Kan. 

Issue : — 
IX— 55S9. Grace E. Stanfleld, b. Nov. 27. 1892. 
IX— 5590. Verna L. Stautield, b. Nov. 14, 1895. 

VIII— 2653. .MARY E. PALMER, b. Feb. 14. 1872; m. GEORGE 
REYER Oct. 25, 1899. 

He is a jeweler, in Westmoreland, Kan. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5591. E. Palmer Reyer, b. Sept. 9, 1900. 

VIII— 26^4. CHARLES 13. PALMER, b. Sept. 9, 1874; m. ANNA 
ROLLINS Sept. — . 1905. 

He was in the real estate business at Los Angeles, Cal, but probably re- 
moved. 

VIII— 2655. GEORGE \V. PALMER, b. J^Iarch 23, 1877; m. MILD- 
RED P. SHAW Dec. 14, iSgS, dau. of Rev. T. D. and Elizabeth S. Shaw -■^, 
b. Nov. 8, 1880, at Junction City, Kan. 

Lie was employed with the W. A. Bingham Clothing Store seven years, 
then the store became the Bingham Clothing Company, of which G. W. Palm- 
er became one of the stockholders, and a director and secretary. It is located 
at 620 N. Washington St., Jur.ction City, Kansas. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5592. Ewart George Palmer, b. April 12, 1900. 
IX— 5593. Mildred Lucile Palmer, b. Feb. 6, 1906. 

Issue by Second Wife, Maria Orr, oorn in Hamilton and Clermont Cos., O. 

VII— 903. MARY REEDER PALMER (Hiram, Abraham. John, 
Moses, John, John), b. Jan. 29, 1843; d. Feb. 17, 1878; m. JOHN H. Yak- 
ey, May 15, 1869. 

They resided in Clermont Co., O., and she and her two children were 
buried in Goshen Cemetery, that Co. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2657. ARTHUR [.. YAKEY, b. Jan. 5, 1870; m. SOPHIA D. 
BEGGE^IANN Nov. 23, 189.?. in Cincinnati, O. She was buried }vlarch 8, 
1903, aged 28 years. She was a vocalist, with engagements in four churches 
in Indianapolis, Ind., where they resided and he continues with address 106 
S. Illinois St. 

He says, "I think I can safely say that I am tlie tallest representative of 
the Palmer descendants, being six feet, five inches in height, and weighing two 
hundred pounds." 

Note. — Rev. T. D. Shaw is a Methodist minister; he was born June 13, 1842 in 
Crockton Hall, near Chester, England. His wife. Elizabeth S. Shaw, was born Dec. 24. 
1834, in Hertfordshire. They removed to Romley, Chester, England and later emi- 
grated to Junction City, Geary Co., Kan. This city is situated near the junction of the 
Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers and is three miles from Fort Riley, the largest 
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Their child : — 

IX— 5594. Bertha M. Yakey, b. Nov. 14, 1893. She has a bright future before her 
as a vocalist. 

VIII— 265S. BERTHA D. YAKEY, b. Aug. 22,, 1872; d. Dec. 26, 
1891. 

VIII— 2659. AMANDA J. YAKEY, b. Sept. 21, 1S75; d. May 13, 
1876. 



VII— 904. SARAH ANN PALMER (Hiram 6), b. Sept. 26, 1844, 
at Lockland, O. ; d. Sept. 30, ic;o8, at Hamilton, O. ; m. WILLIAM B. DE 
VORE, Feb. 25, 1S64, son of Jocaway W. De\'ore and Esther Balitine, b. 
Jan. 9, 1S38; d. April 14, 1893. 

He lost his life by an accident from an engine at Reading, Hamilton Co., 
O., \vhere he worked, and was buried in Reading Cemetery. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2660. HIRAM PALMIER DEVORE, b. May 8, 1866; m. 

HELENA POOL, 1894. 

Address, 1027 Farlow St.. Springfield, O. 

Issue: — - . ^ 

IX— 5595. Catharine DeTore, b. Sept. 10, 1S98. 

IX— 5596. Paul DeVore, b. July 4, ISOl. . ■ 

VIII— 2661. THERESA C. DEVORE. b. Mar. 19, 1868; m. \VIL- 
FORD PROCTOR Aug. 8, 1S90, at Lockland, O. 

He was b. 1861, in Sheffield, England; d. April 29, 1892, in Reading, O. 
Her address is Dayton, O. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5597. Freda Proctor, d. May 2, 1892. ,.'..!.- . ... 

VIII— 2662. DANIEL LY.MAN DEVORE b. Dec. 21, 1869; d. 
Tan. 25, 1893; unm. 

VIII— 2663. CHARLOTTE DEVORE, b. Oct. 11, 1871 ; m. 

CHARLES PEER June 21, 1SS7, son of Phalond Peer and Victoria , 

b. in Jonia Co., I^Iich. He d. ]\[ar. 15, IQ03. 

M. second, EDWIN E. ELCOOK, Feb. 18, 1907, son of John Elcook 
and Emma, b. Dec. 5, 1872, at Bell Brook. O. 

He is a moulder by trade. Foreman in Hooven, Owens and Reudelin, 
Corliss Engine Works, with address, 2"; Barrett St., Hamilton, O. 

Issue by first husband : — 
IX— 5598. Leota Ivanita Peer, b. June 20, 18S8. 
IX— 5599. Delpha Marie Peer, b. Oct. 31, 1889. 

VIII— 2664. JOFIN H. DEVORE, b. Oct. 18, 1873: m. MARY 
WILEY Feb. — , 1888. 



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Issue: — ' ■' . 

IX— 5600. Clarence DeVore, b. June — , 1890. 
IX— 5601. Charles DeVore, b. Dec. — , 1892. 
IX— 5602. Robert DeVore, b. April — , 1907. 

VIII— 2665. ^lARY S. DEVORF., b. Dec. 17, 1875; m. TILBERT 
GREEN, 1S99, at Richmond, Ind. He d. in 1902. No issue. 

U. second, HIRA^I CRAWFORD Dec. 3, 190S. Address, Fifth St., 
Dayton, O. 

VIII— 2666. JAMES H DEVORE. b. Oct. 13, 1877; m. LOTTIE 
LEIV^ELINE June, 1S92. Their address is Flamilton, O., care of Bcckets 
Paper Co. 

Issue: — 

IX— 5603. Anna May DeVore, b. June — , 1893. 
IX— 5604. Eleanor DeVore, b. Nov. — , 1S95. 
IX— 5605. William B. DeVore, b. Oct. 30. 1S97. 

VIII— 2667. ESTHER B. DE\'ORE, b. Sept. 16, 1879: m. JAMES 
DUMOND Oct. 2y, 190S, b. 1S79. Their address is. High St., Springfield, O. 

VIII— 266S. BLANCHE DEVORE, b. Sept. 21, 18S1 ; m. FRANK 
PETERSON Feb. — 1900. 

M. second, AIARTIN FORD Aug. 13, 1908. Their address is 19 ]\Ior- 
tin St., Covington, Ky. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5606. Clarence R. Peterson, b. Feb. — , 1901. 



VII— 905. SAMUEL L. PALMER (Hiram 6), b. May 29. 1846, at 
Lockland, O. ; m. VIRGINIA WILIFORD Jan. 10, 1873, at Wyandotte, 
Kan. 

They reside at Belleville, Kan., where he is the proprietor of the "Hotel 
Republic," a house of high-cla^s order. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2669. FIIRAM PALMIER, b. Feb. — 1874. 

VIII— 2670. SAMUEL L. PaL:\IER, JR., b. Feb. 22, 1875: m. ETH- 
EL BOWLING Nov. 1897. 

They reside in Kansas City, Mo. Children: — 

IX— 5607. Joseph G. Palmer, b. July — , 1901. 
IX— 5608. Alice Virginia Palmer, b. July, 1902. 

VIII— 2671. VIRGINIA PALMER, b. Mar. 17, 1877. 

VIII— 2672. LOVALETTE PAL:dER, b. May 30, 1883. 
She is in a law oflice in Kansas City, Mo. 



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VIII— 2673. LUCELLE PALMER, b. April 23. 18S9. 
VIII— 2674. JOHN W. PAL:MER, b. Nov. 20. 1891. 
VIII— 2675. JAMES J. PALMER, b. Nov. 25, 1893. 

VII— 907. HIRAM N. PALMER (Hiram 6), b. Feb. 3. 1851 ; m. CE- 
LESTE IMASTERS, Jan. 25, 1877, dan. of Jolin and Dorcas ^Masters, b. 
Mar. 27, 1854. 

He is a farmer, and reside-^ in Goslien Twp. ; address, Cozaddalc, Cler- 
mont Co., O. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2676. NELLIE PALMIER, b. Jan. 23, 1880; d. Aug. 8, 1899. 

VIII— 2677. HARRY E. PAL:^rER, b. Mar. 5. 1882; m. ETHEL 
ULREY May 15, 1904, dau. of John R. and Mary A. Ulrey, b. Jan. 24, 1885. 
His address is, 427 Armory Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

Child:— 
IX— 5609. Thelma May Palmer, b. July 30, 1907. 

VIII— 2678. BLANCHE PALMER, b. July i, 1887; m. CLYDE T. 
BURNS Nov. 20, 1907, son of Marcellus E. and Glendora C. Burns, b. Feb. 
18, 1886. Their address is Hills Station, Ohio. 

VIII— 2679. ELLA ^lAY PALMIER, b. Sept. 15, 1889; d. July 27, 
1907. 



VII-^08. ^lARIA PALMER (Hiram 6), b. Feb. 25, 1853: m. 
CHARLES HOFFMAN. May 7, 1877, son of John Hoffman and Eli;cabeth 
Schrain, b. Feb. 29, 1840, in Bangor, }*Ie. Their address is 12015 Union Ave., 
Chicago, III. 

Issue, all born in Cincinnati, O. : — 

VIII— 26S0. Charles L. Hoffman, b. May 25, 1879. 
VIII— 2681. Leona Hoffman, b. Jan. 16, 1S81. 
VIII— 2682. Carrie Hoffman, b. April 4. 1884. 

No further record of these furnished. 



VII— 909. ANDREW PALMER (Hiram 6), b. Oct. 23, 1856; d. :^Iay 
23. 1875; unm. 

VII— 910. CHARLES PALMER (Hiram 6), b. Dec. 5, i8:;7; m. 
LYDIA MARGARET SUSCHINE Nov. 19, 1883. dau. of Frank and 
Katherine Suschine, of Brown Co., O. ; b. Oct. 13, 1865. 

Their address is 226 Lindsay St., L^ayton, Ky. He is a wholesale and 
retail commission merchant. 

Issue : — , ■ .•■■-• 

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Ch. of John R. Palmer {Xo. 246) mid rnidciicc D. Gibson, all boii-i in Rich- 
land Co., O. 

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VII— 912. WILLIAM G. PALMER (John R.. Abraham. John. Moses, 
John, Jolm), b. May 19. 1830: d. Aug. 24." 1902: m. ELIZABETH WTL- 
LITT'Nov. 15, 1851, dau. of Benjaniin and Anna Willitt, b. Aug-. 19, 1826; 
d. Aug. 12, 1904. 

They resided at Bryan, Williams Co.. O. He had lost his eye-sight for 
two years before his death, and v.as also air.icted with an inward cancer, which 
caused his death. Child : — 

VIII— 2684. BYROX De LACEV PAL:MER, b. Aug. 6. 18:^4; m. 
MARIA SEAX^ERXS April 14. 1S84: b. Sept. 10. 1S61. dau. of Joshua Seav- 
er Seaverns, b. June i, 1833; d. Sept. 16, 1898. and Althea B. Locke, b. May 
29, 1843; ^- J^"- -4: 1906. Hi^. address is Ohio State Hospital, Toledo, O. 
Her address is 540 E. Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5610. Alvin Seaverns Palmer, b. Nov. 2, 1SS5; d. April 29, 1903. 
IX— 5611. Althea Palmer, b. Jan. 14, ISSS; d. Oct. 2. 1902. 
IX— 5612. Chester Delacy Palmer, b. May 4, 1894. 

VII— 913. JOSEPH M. PALMER (John R. 6). b. 7 mo. 29, 1831 ; d. 9 
mo. 21, 1856; unm. 

VII— 915. JOHN HENRY PALMER (John R., 6), b. May 29, 
1834; d. Oct. 31, 1869; m RUTH ELLEN THOMAS Feb. 10, 1S57, 
dau. of Jacob Thomas and Eller Plummer, b. July i, 1834, at New ^larket, 
Md. ; d. April 28. 1909. 

They resided at Lockland, O., where he died and was buried in Reading, 
O. She removed to Pasadena Cal., where she died and was buried. 

Children : — ■ . . 

VIII— 2685. LEPIELA ELZONA PALMER, b. 2 mo. 26. 1858; m. 
FRANCIS M. TAULMAN, July -„ 18-6. b. Dec. 27, 1855; d. Sept. 2^, 
1883. 

M. second. JOHN HOGEBOOM, Feb. 27, 1889. Address, 800 Grand 
Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Issue by first husband: — ■ •• ,,>.,•■ 

IX— 5613. Hattie Palmer Taulman, b. Jan. 13. 1878. 
IX— 5614. Robert M. Taulman, b. Sept. 1, 1879; d. Oct. 28, 1908; m. Zillah Cruishank, 

Feb. 6, 1902. They resided in Pasadena, Cal., where he died. Issue: 
X— 7426. George Robert Taulman, b. Sept. 15. 1903. 
X— 7427. Maynard Aubrey Taulman, b. March 23, 1906. 
IX— 5615. John Homer Taulman, b. June 25, 1882, 

Issue by second husband : — ■ • ■ 

IX— 5616. Ralph James Hogeboom, b. Jan. 30, 1890. 

IX~5G17. Horace Hogeboom. b. Oct. 22, 1892; d. April 22, 1894, 

IX— 5618. Wilbur Hogeboom, b. Jan. 7, 1900. 

VIII— 2686. JESSIE CLEOR.\ PALMER, b. Nov. 30, 1859; m. ED- 
WARD W. HEWITT Nov. 11, 1897. 



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He d. April 20, 1906. Her address is Garvanza, Los Ang-eles Co., Cal. 
Child :— 
IX~5619. Walter H. Hewitt, b. Dec. 21, 1899. 

Vni— 2687. KATE IRENE PALMER, b. Jan. 23, 1862; d. Jan. 29, 
1911; m. GEORGE .^[OXTGOMERY GUIGUETTE May i. 1879, son of 
William C, Guiguette* and ]\Ialvina x-\. Phares, b. Feb. 15, 1854. 

He resides at Pasadena, C^l. 

Issue: — 
IX— 5620. Hattie Irene Guiguette, b. Jan. 14, ISSO; d. Jan. 26, ISSO. 

iX— 262:;. WTXXEFRED P. GUIGUETTE, b. Dec. 10, 1880; m. 
BURNEY VICTOR M. POLLARD, June 16, 1901, b. Oct. 2-j, 1880. Ad- 
dress, 615 Bellefontaine St., Pasadena, Cal. 

Issue : — 

X— 7428. George Palmer Pollard, b. Aug. 10, 1902. 
X— 7429. Kenneth King Pollard, b. Mar. 20, 1904. 
X— 7430. "U'innefred EHen Pollard, b. Aug. 27, 1906. 

IX— 5622. FRAXK ALFiERT GUIGUETTE, b. Jan. 18, 1883; m. 
MINNIE NETTIE SHOWALTER. Mav 29.1Q06; b. Mar. 3, 1884. 

Child :— 
X— 7431. Jane A. Guiguette, b. June 11, 1907. 
IX— 5623. Jessie B. Guiguette, b. Mar. 12, 1SS5. 
IX 5624. Curtis B. Guiguette, b. Dec. 4, 1SS7. 
IX— 5625. Nettie B. Guigette, b. Dec. 6, 1SS9. 

IX— 5626. Charles Sherman Guiguette, b. Sept. IS, 1891. . ' 

IX— 5627. George Jacob Guiguette, b. July IS, 1S03. 
IX— 5628. Katherine Palmer Guiguette, b. Mar. 27, 1903. 

VIII— 2684. HOMER SHER.MAN PALMIER, b. Feb. 13, 1864; m. 
KATE S. EATON, circa 1S94 (?). Address, 135 Park Ave., Hartwell, 
Hamilton Co., O. No children. 

VIII— 2689. HATTIE ABELENA PALMER, b. March 28, 1866. 
Address, 300 Camden St., Pasadena, Cal. 

VIII— 2690. ELLEN PALMER, b. Feb. 16, 1868; d. July 13, 1868. 

VIII— 2691. JOHN PLUM^IER PALMER, b. Jan. 11, 1869; d. 
May 5, 1873; both the latter were buried in Reading, O. 

VII— 916. HANNAH ANN PALMER (John R. 6), b. Dec. 11, 
1835; m. DAMON P. COFFINBERRY Oct. 11, 1854. son of George L. 
Coftinberry and Sarah Gilkeson, b. Mar. 3, 1835; d. Jan. 5, 1859, of typhoid 
pneumonia. 

M. second, SOLO^^ION C. HARDIXBROOK Feb. 22, 1S65, 

Note.— William C. Guiguette, b. Dec. 28. 1824; d. Nov. 16, 1902; m. Malvina A. 
Phares, Sept. 1, 1851; b. Feb. 7, 1829; d. May 22, 1877. 



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SEVENTH GENERATION. 245 

son of Ralph Hardinbrook and Eunice Carr. b. Oct. 22, 1822 ; d. May 13, 1894. 
Resided at Albion, Xoble Co.. L-'d. 
Issue, by first husband : — 

VIII— 2692. BURR R. COFFIXRURY, b. Nov. 4, 1855; d. Jan. 5, 
i860. 

VIII— 2693. AXX ELIZA COFFIXBURY, b. Aug. 5, 1857; m. M. 
FEETERS rL-VUGH, ^lar. 3. 1SS5, son of Adam Raugh and Rosa Hilder- 
brand. b. in Gemiany Feb. 22, 18;'. 

They reside near Kendallville, R. D. Xo, 2, Xoble Co., Ind. 

Children born in that county : — 

IX— 5629. ]\IARY RAUGH, b. Dec. 23, 1885; m. FRED BERKS 
X^ov. 22, 1905; b. lulv I, 1882. 

Child:— 
X— 7432. Kenneth R. Berks, b. Sept. 29, 1907. • 

IX— 5630. Fred Raugh, b. Sept. 6, 1887. 

IX— 5631. Bessie Raugh, b. June 10. 1889. 

IX— 5632. Edith Raugh, b. Aug. 15, 1893. 

IX— 5633. Lucy Raugh, b. June 18, 1898. 

VIII— 2694. JOHX COrFIXBERY. b. Feb. 8, 1859; d. June 22, 186-. 
Issue by second husband : — 

VIII— 2695. BLAXCH L. HAREIXBROOK. b. June 21, 1866: m. 
DAXIEL WIXEBREXXER Xov. 19, 1890, son of John Winebrenner, b. 
Sept. 26. 1862. 

Reside at 814 Bemidjc K\e., Bemidje, ]\Iinn. 

Children : — 
IX— 5634. Saul Winebrenner, b. Oct. 24, 1892. : ■ 

IX— 5635. Fred Winebrenner, b. Nov. 2, 1893. 
IX— 5636. Ruth Winebrenner, b. Feb. 13, 1895. 

VIII— 2696. JAY ALBERT HARDIXBROOK, b. June 10, 1869; m. 
TEREX^A GIRTEX. June 17, 1902. dau. of Spencer Girten and Mary 
Brown, b. May 11, 1S78. 

They reside at 313 W. Laurence St., Wishawaka, Ind. 

Child:— 
IX— 5637. Mary Madeline Hardinbrook. b. July 9, 1905. 

VIII— 2697. Ada Etta Hardinbrook. b. June 16, 1869; twin with last No.; d. Mar. 18, 1872. 

VIII— 2698. GUY HARDIXBROOK, b. June 26, 1874: m. EFFIE 
BROUGHTEX Mar. 21, 1898, dau. of Orville Broughten and Jane Wright, 
b. Feb. 16, 1875. 

They reside in Albion, Xoble Co., Ind., where he is in the grocery busi- 
ness. 

Child:— 
IX— 5638, Doloris Bird Hardinbrook, b. April 20, 1899. 

VIII— 2699. CARL HARDIXBROOK, b. Aug. 26, 1877; m. OtELIA 



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^L\GXUSSON Mar. i, 1903, v1au. of Peter Mag-nusson and Justina Severn, 

b. Feb. 18, 1880 ( ?). They redde in Albion, Ind. 

Children : — 

IX— 5639. Helen A. Hardinbrook, b. Sept. 12. 1903. 

IX— 5640. Ivan M. Hardinbrook, b. Dec. 17, 1904. 

IX— 5641. Evelyn Hardinbrook, b. April 3, 1006. 

IX— 5642. Ave Marie Hardinbrook, b. July 7, 1908. 



VII— 917. ELEAXORA F. PAL:^IER (John R. 6), b. Sept. 13, 1837; 
d. Dec. 26, 1870; m. SAMUEL S. BONAN Feb. 21, 1861, son of William 
and Ann Bonan, b. June 30, 1832; d. Jar;. — , 1908. 

They resided at Larvill, Wlntley Co., Ind., where he continued some time 
after her death. He d. at the home of his dau. at Knox, Stark Co., Ind. 

Issue, probably born in Whitely Co., Ind. After repeated efforts to find 

them failed, the record will have to remain substantially as in the first edition : 

VIII— 2700. John William Bonan, b. Nov. 4, 1S61. 

VIII— 2701. George Charles Bonan, b. Nov. 19, 1S63; d. Aug. 24, 1864. 

VIII — 2702. Ella Jane Bonan, b. June 26, 1865. Reported to have married a man 

named Thomas. 
VIII— 2703. David Samuel Bonan, b. 19, 1867; d. Aug. 9, 1867. 

VII— 918. AXXA T^IARIA PALMER (lohn R. 6), b. June 8, 1839; 
d. Mar. 12, 1886; m. FRAXCIS M. FULTOX Dec. 31, 1857, son of 
George A. Fulton and Rebecca Caruthers, b. Mar. 18, 1835; d. Mar. 27,^ 
1883. 

They resided at West Liberty, Iowa. He d. from the effects of a cancer 
which caused him great suffering. 

Children : — • . , , 

VIII— 2704. (a) FREEMAX A. FULTON, b. Oct. 5, 1858; d. April 
2, 1881 ; tmm. 

VIII— 2705. (b) BYROX C. FULTON, b. Feb. 5. i860: m. HAN- 
NAH J. BAILEY July 12, 18S3, dau. of Eli Bailey and ^Elizabeth Shaw, b. 
Jan. 29. 1856. 

(Eli Baily, son of David Baily and Alice Wickersham. Elizabeth Shaw, 
dau. of Joseph Shaw and Elizabeth !^Iarcells.) 

They reside at Cleino, Cal. \. . :-■ 

Children : — 

IX— 5643. Blanch Myrl Fulton, b. Oct. 25, 1885; m. Arthur Francis Laudon June 3, 

1907, who was b. Sept. 23. 1882. Address Pomona, Cal. 
rX— 5644. Carl Fulton, b. April 6, 1889. 
IX— 5645. Harry Lea Fulton, b. June 26, 1892. 

VIII— 2706. (c) GEORGE A. FULTON, b. Dec. 18, 1863; d. Mar. 
14, 1883.- 

VIII— 2707. HARRY P. FULTON, b. Aug. 20, 1868; m. IDA B. 
MYERS June 16, 1891, at Sioux City, la.; b. Aug. 12, 1873, in Indiana, one 
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They reside at Marshall. Minn., with offices at 316 to 324 Third St. 
He is a iiiaiuifacturer of sash, doors and tine interior finish, and a dealer in 
all kinds of building supplies. 

Children : — 

IX— 5646. Ruth Etta Fulton, b. July 20, 1892. 

IX— 5647. Ray Marion Fulton, b. April 22. 1896. 

IX— 5648. A boy, b. Mar. 23, 1S97; d. same date. 

IX— 5649. Robert Fultou, b. Oct. 16, 1904. 

VIII— 270S. DOAXE R. FULTOX, b. Mar. 12, 1871 ; m. MOLLIE 
GRIFFKE, Dec. 16. 1899, b. Feb. 28, 1871, dau. of Edwin Griff ke and Caro- 
line Weinkauf. 

They reside at Xorwich, Xortli Dakota. Xo children. 

VIII— 2709. (f) ELLA NORA FULTOX. b. Feb. 14, 1S73: d. Aug. 
28, 1908; m. CHARLES W. SCHOFIELD Dec. 25, 1890, b. Oct. 26, 1866; 
d. Oct. 29, 1893. 

She was bur. in cemetery at foot of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

M. second, FLOOR VAXDERSTOOP April i, 1896, b. ^lay 8, 1864, 
in Holland. His address is, Tliompson Shoe Co.. 721 Market St., Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

Children by first husband :—- 

IX— 5650. Edith C. Schofield, b. Dec. 22, 1891. , - 

IX— 5651. Ralph G. Schofield, b. May 23, 1893. 

Children by second husba'^id : — ' • 

IX— 5652. Marj- Etta Vanderstoop, b. May 27, 1897. 

IX — 5653. Laura Cornelia Vanderstoop, b. Nov. 15, 1898. 

IX — 5654. Margaret May Vanderstoop, b. Jan. 1, 1900. 

IX— 5655. Clara Rosella Vanderstoop, b. July 17, 1901: d. Sept. 28, 1901. 

IX — 5656. Francis Marion Vanderstoop, b. May 13, 1903. 

IX— 5657. Floor Ella Vanderstoop, b. Aug. 7, 1904; d. Sept. 27, 1904. 

IX— 5658. Cornelius Vanderstoop, b. Sept. 10, 1905; d. Nov. 25, 1905. 

IX— 5659. Mildred Vanderstoop, b. Jan. 16, 1908. 

VIII— 2710. LAURA F. FULTOX, b. May 10, 1875; m- HARRY C. 
RICHARDS, 1890 ( ?), son of Devoe and Mary Richards. 

' M. second ALFRED VAXERSTROM, June 12, 1902, son of Ale Van- 
erstrom and India , b. Oct. 24, 1854, at Alta, Buena Vista Co., la. 

(His parents came from Stockholm. Sweden.) 

Address, 4040 Twenty-sixth Ave.. S. W., Seattle, Wash. 

Child by first husband : — i-- ■ : • , ;-' 

IX— 5660. Vera Richards, b. circa, 1900, at West Liberty, la. 

Children by second husband : — • ' ' '' ■"- V-. 

IX— 5661. Ortha Vanerstrom, b. May 17, 1903. 
IX— 5662. Rodman 0. Vanerstrom, b. May 19, 1905. 
IX— 5663. Keorlean (?) Vanerstrom, b. Nov. — , 1907. , - . ■ . 

VIII— 2711. (h) ETTA LOUISA FULTOX, b. Aug. 4. 1878: m. 
MINER ALAIER HARTWELL, Dec. 2y, 1902. son of George and Mary 
Dorland, but adopted at age of two yeais by George and Wealthy Hartwell, 
b. Jan. 18, 1872. 



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They were legally separated Mar. 14, 1910. Address Glenwood, Minn, 
No children. . , 

VII— 919. PRUDENCE ELIZA PAOIER (John R. 6), b. Jan. 14, 
1841 : m. JOHN O. A. IIOL.LISTER. M. D., Oct. 24. 1870, son of Hor- 
ace H. Hollister and Eleanor Cnrolirc Mc\Mioter, b. July 4. 1S39; d. Mar. 10, 
1907; bur. in Woodlawn Cemetery. 

They settled first at West Liberty. Iowa. In the winter of 1878-9 they 
removed to Mount Vernon, New York, where he continued to practice his 
profession. Her address is 126 South Eifth Ave., that city. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2712. EMMA BEULAH HOLLISTER, b. Sept. 23, 1871 ; d. 
Nov. 3, 1874. 

She was bom and died at West Liberty, Iowa. 

VIII— 2713. HORACE PAL^vIER HOLLISTER. b. July 8, 1873, at 
West Liberty, la.; m. ALIDA ^lANOLIA VAN HESS, Oct. 26, 1898, 
dau. of Capt. Henry A. Van He-.s and Phebe Alida Carpenter, b. Aug-, i, 1873. 

He came East with his parents, studied law in the oftice of Hon. Isaac N. 
Mills, (now a Justice of the Supreme Court of New York). He received 
a degree of B. L. in 1904 from the Regents of the State, and took a two years* 
course in the New York Law School. He engaged in the practice of his pro- 
fession first in ]Mount Vernon, and later at 100 Broadway, New York City, 
with residence at 522 Summit Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. - 

Issue : — 
IX— 5664. Manolia Eleanor Hollister, b. May 12, 1901, 
IX— 5665. Carol Beulah Hollister, b. Nov. 14, 1905. 

VIII— 2714. CHARLES ALVAH HOLLISTER. b. April 13, 1876; 
m. ELSIE ELIZABETH FRANCES SEGSCHNEIDER Dec, 24, 1901, 
dau, of Gustave Joseph Segschneider and Anna Catharine Kohler, b. Nov. 28, 

He is a civil engineer engaged in trolley construction. Address, Wolf 
Lane, Pelham, N. Y, 

Issue: — 
IX— 5666. Elsie Hollister, b. Dec. 9, 1902; d. Dec. 10. 1902, i • ■ • 

IX— 5667. Annie Elsa Hollister, b. June 7, 1904. 
IX— 5668, Charles Alvah Hollister, Jr., b. April 13, 1908. r-;-m:'. ■ -of 

VIII— 2715. WILLIE HOLLISTER, b, Nov. 14, 1877; d. Nov. 15, 
1877. 

VIII— 2716. RALPH PALMER HOLLISTER, b. Mar. 26. 1892; m. 
ANNIE R. GALLAGHER Oct. 2, 1907, dau. of Edward William Galla- 
gher and Anna R. Kelly, b. Oct. i, 1885. 

He is a clerk in a store at Eifth Avt. and i8th St., New York City, and 
studying for the ministry in the Protestant Episcopal church. Address, 126 
S, Fifth Ave,, Mount Vernon, N, Y. 

VII— 920. GEORGE A, PALMER (John R. 6), b. April 20, 1842; 
d. Mar. 3, 1865 ; unm. 



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During the Civil War he cnhsted in Co. G, 35th Iowa Vol. Inf.; was in 
the Red River Campaign; was transferred to Invalid Corps at Indianapolis, 
Ind., the day of the Battle of Nashville. His father visited him in the Hospital 
and obtained leave to take him home, where he died inside of two weeks of 
chronic diarrhoea. 

VII— 921. JULIA ETTA PAOIER (John R. 6), b. An- 7, 1844; 
m. WILLIAM B. GREGG Jan. 31, 1862, son of William Gregg and Susan- 
na Barnes, b. April 10, 1834; d. Feb. 22, 1896; buried in Oakridge Cemetery. 

They resided in West Liberty, Iowa., where she continues and in occu- 
pation is a nurse. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2717. ORION P. GREGG, b. Jan. 22, 1863; d. Sept. 7, 1865. 

VIII— 2718. SHERMAN R. GREGG, b. Sept. 22, 1865; m. ANNA 
REEP June 4, 1S91 ; no ch. 

They reside in Crowley, La., and he is a dry goods merchant. 

VIII— 2719. OTIS J. GREGG, b. June 4, 1868; m. ANNA WHEEL- 
ER Feb. 25, 1892. 

They reside at Iowa Falls, Iowa, where he has a segar factory. 
Child :— 

IX— 5669. Donald W. Gregg, b. Feb. 25, 1894. 

VIII— 2720. JOSEPH N. GREGG, b. Dec. 27, 1871 ; m. LETTIE M. 
WALLINGSFORD Dec. 9, 1894, dau. of James G. Wallingsford and Eliza- 
beth Painter, b. July 2, 186S. 

He is a contractor and builder. Address, West Liberty, Iowa. 

Child :— 
IX— 5670. Ethel Gregg, b. June 29. 1896. ■. . ■ , 

VII— 922. HIRA^vI G. PALMER (John R., Abraham, John, Closes. 
John, John), b. Dec. 4, 1845; m. HANNAH ELIZABETH JANE PAL:^I- 
ER Dec. 30, 1874, dau. of Thomas Palmer and Catharine ^McVey"^, b. }vlar. 
10, 1 85 1, near Toronto, Canada. 

Present residence and address is 5402 South I St., Tacoma, Wash., 
with business office at Vancouver, same State. 

He was born in Richland Co., O. At nine years he removed with his par- 
ents to Iowa, where he worked on a farm and attended school. At maturity he t^ngaged for 
several years with a corps of engineers in railroad surveying and construction across the 
state of Iowa. After his marriage he was for a few years a station agent at Riverside, 
la.; then in 1S7S he was engaged on the Santa Fe R. R. construction through the 
"Royal Gorge" in the grand canyon of the Arkansas river. In 1ST9 he returned to 
la. and engaged in railroad locating, surveying, bookkeeping, etc. In 1SS6 he removed 
to Lawrence Co., S. Dakota, taking up a timber claim, and was elected the first county 
surveyor of the new county of Meade. In 1889 he resigned and removed to Hauna, 

Note. — Catharine McVey was a dau. of Daniel McVey and Hannah Mott, b. Mar. 
3, 1826. Thomas Palmer was a son of Stephen Palmer and Abigail Jones, b. Oct. 10, 
1823, and Stephen was a son of Ebcnezer Palmer, who emigrated from England and 
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Wyoming, and engaged as a foreman with the Union Pacific R. R. in construction work. 
In May. 1892, ho removed with his family to Tacoma Washington, whicli has since 
been his home. He has since been engaged with tlie engineering department ot 
the N. P. R. R. in Washington. Oiegon, Idaho and Montana, and also with a com- 
pany constructing the Levin Falls irrigating canal in South.-rn Idaho. In January, 
190G. he accepted a responsible position with the Portland <sL- Seattle Railway in tlie 
construction of its great bridge across the Columbia and Williamette rivers, being one 
of the greatest feats of bridge engineering and building of modern times, being about 
four miles in length with monster spans and draws. It has been given to but a few 
men to see so much of western life as has fallen to his lot. Withal he has been 
greatly interested in his family genealogy, and has furnished very material aid in 
the prosecution of this work. 

Issue ; — 

VIII— 2721. B. .MABEI. PAOIitR, b. April 3, 1876, at Riverside, 
Washington Co., la.; m. GEORGE E. KILMER, April 16, 1904, son of 
Emery E. Kilmer and Catherine Knowles, b. April 9, 1866. 

He is a machinist, and resi^^es at Tacoma, Wash. 

Children : — 
IX— 5671. Doris Kilmer, b. Dec. 31, 1904. 
IX — 5(572. Georgie Kilmer, b. June 7, 190G. 
IX— 5673. Bernice B. Kilmer, b. Aug. 12, 1908. 

VIII— 2722. TOSIE D. PALMER, b. ?^[ar. 7, 1879, at Riverside, 
la.; d. Sept. 30, 1901, at Tacoma, Was!..; m. GEORGE A. BRACKETT, 
Feb. 6, 1899, son of Charles T. P>rackett and Letitia Smith. 

Child :— 
rx— 5674. Musettla Lois Brackett, b. Sept. 29, 1899. 

VIII— 2723. ERNEST E. PALMER, b. Aug. 16, 1885, at What 
Cheer, Keoktik Co., la.; m. LIZZIE L. TEXIDO. Feb. 26, 1910, at Lewis- 
ton, Idaho, dau. of Fred C. Texido* and Laura Miller, b. Mar. 22, 1887, at 
Thayer, Nesho Co., Kan. 

They reside at Webb, 20 miles south of Lewiston, Idaho. He has been 
engaged in engineering, at one lime with the U. P. R. W. 

VIII— 2724. GAYLORD DAKOTA PALMER, b. Atig. 16, 1887, in 
Meade Co., S. D. ; d. Feb. 4. 1901, at Hainua, Wyo. 

VIII— 2725. NORMA RUBY PALMER, b. :^Iay 23. 1889, at Pied- 
mont, S. Dak.; m. SPENCER E. CONROW, Sept. 24, 1910, son of Joseph 
Darnell Conrow and Lavina R- binson }^lever, b. Dec. 21, 1886, at Bellevue, 
Del. 

She was a graduate of Washington College. Tacoma, and was a sten- 
ographer and bookkeeper. He attended Friends' School at 35th St. and Lan- 

Note.— Fred C. Texido. b. Dec. 27, 1850. at Sullivan Co., N. Y.. was a son of 
Emanuel Texido and Mary Byerd; Emanuel Texido was a merchant and his grand- 
father, Capt. Emanuel Texido. was a Spaniard and the owner of a line of vessels 
on the Atlantic Ocean. Fred C. removed to Iowa in 1876, and married Laura Miller 
in 1877, a dau. of John T. Miller and Dorcas Ellis, who were m. Sept. 25, 1844. John 
F., b. in 1823 in Montgomery Co., 0. He was a son of Solomon Miller, who was b. in 
Pennsylvania and settled in Miami Valley, O., in 1816. He died in 1864. His wife 
was b. in Loudon Co., Va., and d. in 1863. Dorcas Ellis was b. Sept. 1, 1825, in 
Clinton Co., O. 



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caster Ave., Philadelphia, 189J-93-94-95. In 1896, with his parents, re- 
moved to Chicopee Fails, ^vlass. ; in 190J, to Elg^in, 111; in 1906 he went to 
Tacoma, Wash., where he is chief collector for The Sunset Bell Teleplione Co. ; 
address, 2622],^ North Proctor St., Tacoma, Wash. , . 

VIII— 2726. WYONA KITTY PALMER, b. April 3, 1892. at Rock 
Spring, Wyo.; m. ELW'OOD LEE THORN Oct. 15, 1910, son of Ray T. 
Thorn and Ida L. Schmidt, b. Nov. 19, 1SS6, at Mindin, Neb. Address, Ta- 
coma, Wash. 

VII— 923. LAURA ADA PALMER (John R. 6), b. April i. 1848; 
d. July 30, 1 886; m. JA:MES GLIDDEN Feb. 10. 1S75, son of John D. GHd- 
den and Olive Jane Bert, b. Jan. 31, 1849. 

He is a farmer, with address (iqoSj Gervais, Ore., R. F. D. i ; Box. 45. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2727. EDITH E. GLIDDEN, b. Feb. 14, 1876; d. Oct. 9, 1876. 
VIII— 2728. HERBERT BIRCHARD GLIDDEN, b. Oct. 9, 1879. 
VIII— 2729. HARRY P. GLIDDEN, b. Oct. 9, 18S2; d. Oct. 22, 1882. 

VIII— 2730. MARIETTA GLIDDEN, b. ^lar. 26, 1885. 
She was adopted by a family by the name of Feck, which she assumes. 
She resides at Strawberry Point, lov/a. 

Ch. of Martin Palmer (No. 24/) and Elizabeth Cloud, all born in Brand}-\vine 
Hundred, New Cas-tle Co., Del. 

VII— 924. ANNA ELIZABETH PAL^vIER (Martin. Abraham, 
John, Moses, John, John), b. 4 mo. 29, 1S34; m. MOSES PALMIER (6), 12 
mo. 25, 1856. (See No. 288). Funher record under his name. 

VII— 925. lOSEPH C. PALMER (Martin 6), b. 4 mo. 9. 1836; d. 
He lost his life by falling down a funnel in his father's barn. >! .. . 

VII— 926. ABRAHA^vI PALMER (Martin 6), b. 2 mo. 11, iS^S; d. 
3 mo. 9, 191 1 ; m. HANNAH LARKIN (6), 12 mo. 24, 1862 (See No. 

478). 

He has been a farmer and marketman, owning a farm in Christiana Hund- 
red. Address, Mt. Cuba, New Castle Co., Del., but retired from active busi- 
ness. 

VIII— 2731. JOSEPH ^JARTIN PALMER, b. i mo. 9, 1S64; d. 6 
mo. 19, 1870; bur. in Lower Brnndywine Cemeten,-. 

VIII— 2732. ALICE ELLA PALMER, b. i mo. 8, 1867; m. FRANK 



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J. G. HOBSOX 12 mo. 2;^, 1S86, son of William Ilobson and Kcziah Paint- 
er, b. 9 mo. T)0, 1863. 

They resided on and condncted her father's farm, which he afterwards 
pm-chased. He keeps a dairy and takei; marketing to Wilmington; address, 
Alt. Cuba, New Castle Co., Del. 

Children born there : — 

IX— 5675. Wilmer P. Hobson, b. Jau. 29, ISSS. 
IX— 5076. Ethel Hobson, b. Oct. 24. 1S90. 
IX— 5677. Florence Hobson, b. Oct. 12, 1893. 

VIII— 2733. LILLIE REBECCA PALMER, b. 12 mo. 28, 1869; m. 
FRANK D. CHANDLER, 2 mo. 19, 1S90, son of Jacob Chandler and Han- 
nah Kittlewood, b. 3 mo. 30, 18 — . 

He was a wagon bnilder at Ceutreville. Del. ; afterwards went to farm- 
ing on his father's farm. This v.-as sold and he has since been on rented farms. 
Address, Hockessin, Del., R. D. 

Children : — 

IX— 5678. Elmer Chandler, b. April 25, 1S91. 

IX— 5679. Paul Chandler, b. Sept. 10, 1S97. 

IX— 56S0, Silvia Rebecca Chandler, b. Oct. 20. 1902. 

VIII— 2734. JOSEPHINE BEULAEI PALMER, b. 2 mo. 19, 1872; 
d. 6 mo. 24, 1894; m. CHARI-hS G. HAUSE 9 mo. 14, 1893, son of Enos 
and Lavinia Hause, of Philadelphia, where he resides. 

Their child : — 
IX— 5681. Lillian Hause, b. 6-22-1894; d. 12-23-1S94. Mother and child are buried in 
Lower Brandy wine Cemetery. 



VII— 927. MARTIN PALMIER, JR., (Martin 6), b. 12 mo. 28, 1839; 
d. II mo. 19, 1869; m. LYDIA ANN TALLEY 3 mo. 22, 1864, dau. of 
Eli Baldwin Talley and Mary J. jMancil, b. 4 mo. 4, 1843; d. 3 mo. 8, 
1867; both buried at Bethel M E. church. 

He was a farmer, and resided in Brandvwine Hundred, Del. 

Child :— 
VIII— 2735. Mary T. Palmer, b. 1-15-1865; d. 10-4-1866. 

Issue of Job Palmer (A'o. 2j8) and Sarah Gibson, born in Knox Co., O. 

VII— 928. GIDEON G. PALMER (Job, Abraham, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. July 4, 1829: m. :\IARY BACHELOR Nov. 7, 1850, dau. 
of William S. and Hannah Bachelor, of Bucks Co., Pa.; b. May 5, 1831, in 
Manayunk, Pa.; d. Nov. 18, 1887. 

M. second, VIRGINIA ^^IcCHESNEY, Dec. 19, 1889. She d. 
1890 ( ?), aged 57 years. 8 months, 22 days. 

M. third, NANNIE YOUNG, Feb. 11, 1891. 

He was a miller by trade, which busmess he followed at Dockland. Ham- 
ilton Co., O., after which he removed to Wyoming, same Co., his present resi- 
dence. 

Children born in Lockland ; — 



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VIII— 2736. (a) WILLIAM IRWIN PALMER, b. Aug. 8, 1851; d. 
Nov. 20, 1859. 

VIII— 27S7. (b) LIZZIE PALMER, b. June 16, 1853; m. ALFRED 
M. STEARNS April iS. 1872; b. Jan. 29, 1849. 

He is treasurer and manager of Tiie Lockland Lumber Co., of Lockland, 
Ohio, lumber dealers and manufacturers of sash, doors, blinds, boxes, etc, es- 
tablished in 1868. 

Children : — 

IN— 5682. GRETA STEARNS, b. Jan. 9, 1S75; m. BOYDEN KIN- 
SEY, April 4, 1S99, who was b. June 23, 1878; address, Wyoming, O. 

Issue : — 
X — 7433. George Stearns Kin sey, b. June 4, 1902. 
X — 7434. Alfred Stephenson Kinsey, b. Jan. 3, 1905. 
X— 7435. Boyden Kinsey, Jr.. b. Sept. 4, 1906. 
X— 7436. Elizabeth Kinsey, b. April S, 1910. 

IN— 5683. CLAYTON PALMIER STEARNS, b. June 24, 1879; m. 
ADELE :\IETCALF, April 22, 1908; address, Wyoming, O. 
Issue : — 

VIII— 2738. (c) IDA LUELLA PALMER, b. June 3, 1856; d. April 
10, 1865. 

VIII— 2739. (d) FANNIE ESTELLA PALMER, b. Dec. 2, i860; 
m. JOHN \V. DUNN Oct. 14, 1S80, son of Elnathan Dunn and Nancy 
Friend, b. Mar. 2^, 1853. 

He is president of the International Steam Pump Co. Address, 163 
Prospect St., East Orange, N. J. 

Children: — 

IX— 5684. MARY DUNN, b. Aug. 20. 1882; m. JOHN M. JOHNS 
Nov. 7, 1906, son of John Johns and Mary Bradford, b. March 26, 1874, at 
Nashville, Tenn. ; address. East Orange, N. J. 

Issue : — 
X— 7438. Kathryn Johns, b. May 17, 1908. 
IX— 5685. Harry Andrew Dunn, b. Nov. 27, 1383; m. Margaret R. La Fevre, Oct. 20, 

1908. Address, Paterson, N. J. 
IX— 5686. Elsa Dunn, b. Dec. 12, 1886. 
IX— 5687. Robert Ellsworth Dunn. b. Sept. 7, 1SS8. 
IX— 5G88. Elizabeth Dunn. b. Nov. 29, 1889. . 

IX— 5689. Ruth Dunn, b. Sept. 26, 1893. , ...I . • : .• 

IX— 5G90. Gordon Palmer Dunn, b. Dec. 8, 1896. 
IX— 5691. Wallace Friend Dunn, b. Aug. 26, 1898. 

VII— 2740. (e) MAGGIE NORENA PALMER, b. Aug. 23, 1863; 
d. Oct. 6, 1864. 

VIII— 2741. (f) ANNA MARY PALMER, b. Aug. 23, 1863; m. 
WILLIA^I SIABIONS MEREDITH, Feb. 21, 1895. Address, 270 S. 
Fountain Ave., Springfield, O. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5692. Sarah Louise Meredith, b. Jan. 4, 1896. , ', 

IX— 5693. Charles Palmer Meredith, b. July 29, 1899. 



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VII— 929. ELIZA ANN PALMER ( ?ob 6), b. Sept. 24. 1832; d. 
Aug. 12, 1894; m. HIRAM NEWTON SKILLMAN Sept. 6. 1S49, son of 
Theodore Skillman and Catharine Albriglit, b. Feb. 14. 1826; d. Nov. 4, 1905. 

He was a farmer and resided at Lockland. Hamilton Co., O. 

Children born there: — 

VII— 2742. (a) CHARLES WESLEY SKILLMAN, b. Aug. 17, 
1850; m. VERNELIA KILLEN Feb. 27, 1870. She d. Oct. 25,, 1S98. 

M. second, ]\IARY KAUFFAIAN June 19, 1901. 

They reside at Lockland, O. He is manager of the Lockland branch of 
the Cincinnati Trust Company Bank. 
Children : — 

IX— 5094. Eliza Vernelia Skillman, b. Feb. 13, 1S71; m. James R. Stewart, Sept. 12, 1895. 

Children: 
X— 7439. Clarys Vernelia Stewart, b. Oct. 31, 1900. 
X— 7440. Evelyn Fidelia Stewart, b. Nov. IS, 1902. 

IX— 5695. Winifield Hiram Skillman, b. Feb. 27, 1S73; d. June 20. 1873. 
IX— 5696. Clyde Newton Skillman, b. May 14, 1S73; m. Hannah Mullin, June 16, 

1898. No children reported. 
IX— 5697. Charles Wesley Skillman. b. April 6. 1S79; d. Aug. 26, 1879. 
IX— 5698. Alma Daisy Skillman, b. June 3, ISSO; m. Howard Van Epps, May 21, 1906. 
IX— 5699. Myra Belle Skillman, b. Mar. IS, 1SS2; d. May 26, 1SS2. 
IX— 5700. Elsie Corinne Skillman, b. Feb. 7, 1SS8. 
IX— 5701. Wauda Lillian Skillman, b. Jan. G, 1890. 
IX— 5702. Ada Marie Skillman, b. Feb. 1. 1S92. 

Child by second wife: ■" - 

IX— 5703. Williard Arraand Skillman, b. Aug. 31, 1902. 

VIII— 2743. (b) JOHN WELLINGTON SKILLMAN, b. April i, 
1852; m. LIZZIE RHYNEARSON, June 4, 1874. 

They reside in Cincinnati, 0., where he is clerk for the Diem 8c Wing Pa- 
per Co. 

Child :— 
IX— 5704. Clifford Skillman, b. May 2, 1875; m. Minnie Biles, Oct. 9, 1898. Children:— 

X— 7441. Wellington Skillman, b. May 4, 1899. 

X— 7442. George Perry Skillman, b. Dec. 16, 1902. ;.■ ,• 

VIII— 2744. (c) OLIVE ANN SKILLMAN, b. Feb. 22, 1854; d. 
July 2, 1854. 

VIII— 2745. (d) WILLIAM EDWIN SKILL^lAN, b. April 22', 
1855; m. AMY CLOSS Nov. j8, 1S84. 

They reside at Hartwell, O. He is proprietor of Skillman Printing Co., 
516 Vine St., Cincinnati. O. 

Children : — 
IX— 5705. Harold Skillman, b.: Dec. 23, 1SS5. .. -, : ^^[-. , ' . .. ... 

IX— 5706. Arthur Skillman, b. Sept. 25, 1891. 

VIII— 2746. (e) ALBERT NELSON SKILLMAN, b. Mar. 23, 
1857; d. July 22, 1859. 

VIII— 2747. (i) IRWIN BINGLEY SKILLMAN, b. July 29, i860; 
m. DORA JONES, Sept. 22, 1881. 



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She d. Dec. 4. 1905. He resides at Lockland, O., and is City Solicitor 
aiid general manager of the Deim & Wing Paper Co., of Cincinnati, O. 

Children : — 
IX— 5707. George Edwin Skillman. b. Dec. 7, 1SS2; d. Jan. 2, 1884. 
IX— 570S. Earl Wesley Skillman, b. April 7, 1SS7; d. May 16, 1888. 
IX— 5709. Herbert Irven Skillman. b. Sept. 2, 1889. 

VIII— 2748. (g) LUELLA SKILL^IAN, b. Sept. 14, 1S62; imm. 
She has fnrnished the records of the Skillman family. 

VIII— 2740. (h) HARRY SKILLIMAX, b. A,Iay 16, 1866; m. AXXA 
EDWARDS June 15, 18S7. 

They reside at Detroit. Mich. He is business manager of the Publica- 
tion Department of The Therapeutic Gazette, The 2^Iedical Age, The Bulletin 
of Pharmacy, etc. 

Children : — 
IX— 5710. Isaac Newton Skillman, b. Oct. 28, 1889. 
IX— 5711. Marjorie Skillman, b. April 25, 1896, 

VIII— 2750. (i) FLORA :\JABEL SKILL^IAN, b. April 2, 1870; m. 
LARKIN B. CAVETT Sept. 7, 1898. 

Child:— 
IX— 5712. Lloyd Palmer Cavett, b. Aug. 11, 1902. 

Issue of Job Palmer {No. 248) by Second Wife, Ann R. Elliott, the first four 

born in Knox Co., O. ; the sixt*- in Hamilton Co., O., and 

the rest in .'Muscatine Co., la. 

Vn_930. CHARLES B. PALaIER (Job, Abraham, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. July 5, 1840. in Knox Co.. O. ; m. MIRANDA L. DYE Dec. 
25, 1866, dau. of Minor L. D\e. b. 1818. and ^Nlaria H. Thomas, b. 1820, of 
Troy, Miami Co., O., b. Mar. 3, 1845; d. Dec. 13. 1883. ^t Dayton, O. 

M. second, LAURA B. GARRISON Jan. 20, 1885, who has been a 
"very excellent mother to his children." 

He is a miller. He settled at Lockland, Hamilton Co., O. In 18S1 he 
moved with his family to Dayton, O.. where he had the Dayton View ]\Iills. 
These were burned Aug. 6, 1887, and in Dec. following he moved with his 
family to Middletown, Butler Co., O., where he had bought a mill and has 
continued in business. Address, 427 Curtis Ave. -. ^ . 

Children, bom at Lockland, O. : — 

VIII— 2751. (a) MINOR J. PALMER, b. 4 mo. 13, 1S6S; d. 3 mo. 
6, 1869. 

VIII— 2752. fb) CLINI^ON E. PALMER, b. 4 mo. 10, 1870; m. 
LUCY SHAWHAN June 28, 1894. 
She d. Feb. 23, 1896. 

M. second, ELIZABETH DE WITT Feb. 27. 1901, dau. of Richard 
Willis and Harriet De Witt, b. Dec 9, 1868, at Oxford. O. Address. Hamil- 
ton, Butler Co., Ohio. 









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Child by first wife: — 
IX— 5713. Forest Palmor. b. Sept. 21, 1S95; d. May 20, 1899. 

Child by second wife: — 
IX— 5714. Winifred Palmer, b. June 4, 1903. 

VIII— 2753. (c) LYLBURN T. PALMER, b. 2 mo. 22, 1872; m. 
MARY ST AN AGE Oct. 4, 1894, dau. of Smith and I\Iary Stanage, b. May 
18. 1873. Address, Middletown, O. 

Children : — 
IX— 5715. Percival S. Palmer, b. 11-1-1S95. 
IX— 5716. Thomas D. Palmer, b. 7-15-1897. 
IX— 5717. Mary Palmer, b. 7-9-1899. 
IX— 5718. Bernard Palmer, b. 3-25-1901. 
IX— 5719. Helen Palmer, b. 5-23-1903. 
IX— 5720. Lylburn Palmer, b. 1-21-1905. — 
IX— 5721. Alice Palmer, b. 1-14-1907 

VIII— 2754. (d) CHARLES B. PAL:^[ER, JR., b. July 23, 1874; 
m. MARY BUTLER June 22, 1899, dau. of Leonidas and Mary W. But- 
ler, b. Sept. 28, 1872. Address is Middletown, O. No children. 

VIII— 2755. (e) WILBUR G. PALMIER, b. June 19, 1876; m. NA- 
OMI BUTLER Aug. 3. 1904. sister to Mary (See last No.), b. Nov. 23, 
1881. Address, Middletown, O. 

Children : — _ ■ 

IX— 5722. Gideon Douglas Palmer, b. May 21, 1905. 
IX— 5723. John David Palmer, b. April IS, 1908. 

VIII— 2756. (f) HUGH D. PALMER, b. Oct. 6, 1878; m. MYRTLE 
STUBBS Aug. 22, 1 901, dau. of Ira S. Stubbs and Florence Butterfield, b. 
Oct. 18, 1880. Address Frankhn, \\'arren Co., O. No children. 

VIII— 2757. (g) EDNA PALMER, b. Nov. 6, 18S0. 

She resided with her father at 2\Iiddletown, Butler Co., O., and furnished 
her father's family record. She has since m. WILFRED DE CAMP 
VORHIS Oct. 3, 1907, son of Freeders P. and Ida De Camp Vorhis, b. July 
7, 1883. Address, 6 McClure St., Dayton, O. 

VII— 931. MARY M. PAL^dER (Job 6), b. 3 mo. 30. 1842; m. WIL- 
LI A^NI F. IRETON 2 mo. 6, 1870. son of Roland Ireton and Hannah Bur- 
nett, b. June 8, 1842 ; d. Mar. 21, 1876. at Lockland, O. 

He was a brickmaker and resided for a time at Sciotoville, Scioto Co., O., 
and later at Lockland, O. Her address is Richmond, Ind. 

VIII— 2758. IRA WILLIE IRETON, b. Dec. 11, 1871, at Portsmouth, 
0.;d. July3, 1874. 

VIII— 2759. CHARLES FOSTER IRETON. b. Aug. 20, 1874, at 
Sciotoville, O. : m. JESSIE L. WILSON May 7, 1896. at :Middletov.-n. O.; 
dau. of Robert H. \\'ilson and Laura C. Tyler, b. Oct. 28, 1876, at Middle- 
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Address, 430 S. \V. Second St., Richmond, Ind. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5724. Foster Dickey Ireton, b. April 3, 1S97, at North Star, 0. 
IX — 5725. Gertrude Jesse Ireton, b. Aug. 5. 1S9S at Richmond, Ind. 
IX— 5726. Elsie Mabel Ireton, b. March 22, 1900, at Richmond. Ind. 
IX— 5727. Edwin Rollin Ireton, b. March 7. 1903, at Richmond, Ind. 
IX— 5728. Mary Edith Ireton, b. April 4, 1907. at Richmond, Ind. 
IX— 5729. Charles Burton Ireton, b. Aug. 10, 1908. at Richmond, Ind. 

VIII— 2760. EDWIX PALMER IRETOX, b. lulv 19, 1S76. at Lock- 
land, O.; m. ALICE C. WILSON Oct. 4, 1S98, at Richmond, Ind., dau, of 
Robert H. Wilson and Laura C. Tyler, b. ^lar. 5, 1S79. at ]\Iiddlelo\vn, O. 
Address, Richmond, Ind. 

Issue : — 
rX— 5730. Chester Carl Ireton, b. Aug. 8, 1899, at Richmond, Ind. 
IX— 5731. Margaret Alice Ireton, b. April 25, 1905, at Richmond, Ind, 

VII— 932. SARAH EL^L\ PALMER (lob 6). b. Tuly 16. 1843; m- 
LEWIS B. DUNN Apr. 28. r868, son of Samuel Dunn'and J^Iary Black- 
man, b. x-\pr. 4, 1S44. 

He was a farmer at Lockland, Ohio. On Apr. 9. 1879. he removed to 
Wichita, Kansas. His present address is 823 N. Water St., that city. 

Issue, born in Ohio: — 

VIII— 2761. WILLIE EL^IORE DUNN, b. Eeb. 24, 1869: m. AN- 
GIE CRITCHFIELD Feb. 16, 1893. Issue:— 

IX— 5732. Raymond Dunn, b. Jan. 2, 1895. 
IX— 5733. Ethel Adella Dunn, b. Jan. 10, 1908. 

VIII— 2762. FRANK LESLIE DUNN, b. May 17, 1871 ; m. KATE 
LITTLE Oct. — , 1895. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5734. Clinton Dunn, b. June — , 1896. 

VIII— 2763. LAVENIA MAY DUNN, b. Jan. 9, 1873; m. JAY C 
DIX Dec. 23, 1897. 
Issue : — 

IX— 5735. Lavenla Dix, b. April 3, 1901. 

VIII— 2764. HORACE JOB DUNN, b. Aug. 31, 1877; m. SUSIE 
KEIM July 13, 1897. 
Issue : — 

EX— 5736. Lewis Dunn, b. April 13, 1898. 

IX— 5737. Leroy Dunn, b. July 16. 1903; d. July 9, 1905. . . 

VIII— 276:;. HARRY SAMUEL DUNN, b. Aug. 31. 1877 (twin); 
m. EDITH LITTLE Sept. 28. 1904. 

VII— 933. ELIZABETH G. PALMER (Job 6). b. :Mar. 19. 1845; 
m. ISAAC SKILL]\L\N Sept. 12, 1904, son of Theodore Skillman and 
Catharine Albright, and brother to H. N. Skillman (See No. 929), b. Oct. 16, 
1827; d. Jan. 20, 1907. both in Lockland, O., where she resides at 118 Ruffner 
St. Issue, an adopted daughter : — 
VIII— 2766. Mildred Skillman, b. Feb. 10, 1900. ' • 






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VII-i)34. ELLEN E. PALMER (Job 6), b. 3 mo. 24, 1847; d. 6 mo. 
14, 1865; umn. 



VII— 935. LAURA J. PALMER (Job 6), b. 7 mo. 14, 1849; d. i mo. 
15, 1877; umn. 



VII— 936. JOHN REEDER PALMER (Job 6). b. April 28, 1852; 
m. ANNA HUTTON MALSBY Jmie 2S, 1877, dan. of John Malsby and 
Esther Meredith, b. Dec. 4, 1853. 

He is a carpenter. Address, 916 Main St., Richmond, Ind., where he 
settled Jan. i, 1888. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2767. ELLIS M. PAL:MER. b. Dec. 27, 18S0; d. Dec. 23, 1908; 
m. GOLDIE LEE STOUGH Oct. 26, 1905, dan. of Jacob L. and Sarah E. 
Stough, b. Dec. 24, 1884; d. ^I^y 26, 1907. 

He was a bank clerk. His health failing, he went away for five month."^, 
but did not recover and returned home to Richmond, Ind., where he d. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5738. Alice Celia Palmer, b. 9-4-1906. . - . 

VII— 938. HENRY J. PALMER (Job 6), b. Jan. 8, 1856, at West 
Liberty, la. ; m. ANNIE LI. McCARTIN May 17, 1892. 

(She was a widow with one son, Herron J. ]McCartin, dau. of Patrick 
Herron and Ivlaria Barry, emigrants from Ireland, b. Sept. 26, 1864, at Jef- 
fersonville, Ind.) 

At the age of four years he went with his parents from West Liberty to 
Lockland, O., and when 23 years of age removed to Wichita, Kan., where he 
has since resided. By trade he is a miller. Address, 15 10 N. T^Iarket St.. 
Wichita, Kan. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2768. Alma May Palmer, b. March, 21, 1893. 

VIII.— 2769. Earl I. Palmer, 1 rp^^^o x t^k o icqc 

VIII-2770. Evelyn J. PaWr,}^^^^''^- ^^^•^' ^^^^- • ' 

VIII— 2771. Vines Elizabeth Palmer, b. March 4, 1903. ' ' : 



Issue of Abraham Palnier {No. 2^q) and Julietta McFarland, born in Cin- 
cinnati, O. .. ; • - 

VII— 940. WILLIAM EUPHONIUS PALMER (Abraham, Abra- 
ham, John, Moses, John, John), b. May 30, 1835; d. Oct. 30, 1868. at Cincin- 
nati, O. ; buried at Spring Grove Cemetery; m. MARTHA ELIZABETH 
SHAW Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1857, by Elder William P. Stratton at 69 Long- 
worth St., Cincinnati, O., dau. of Achilles B. Shaw and Martha Hand, b. 
Apr. 20, 1838, at Cincinnati, O. • d. Oct. 8, 1882, at Malvern, Ark. 

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her daughter in Arkansas, where she die^l, and was buried at Rockport Ceme- 
tery. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 2772. WILLIAM EDGAR PALMER, b. Nov. 20, 1863, at 
Cincinnati.; m. JEXXIE W. HACKETT June 30, 18S6, dau. of James 
Hackett and Mary Winston, b. Oct. 20, 1S64, at Cincinnati, O. 

They removed to Pittsburg, Pa., where he has a clerkship. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5739. W. Edgar Palmer, b. April 10, 1S87. He is chief clerk iu the Diamond 

National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa. 
IX— 5740. Isabell Palmer, b. June 19. 1S97. 
IX— 5741. Muston Abraham Palmer, b. Jan. 7, 1901. 

VIII— 2773. AIARTHA lULIETTA PALMER, b. Fridav, Jan. 10, 
1868, at Cincinnati; m. BERRY W. }.Ic:.IILLAX Nov. 3, 1885, by Rev. 
R. M. Thrasher. He d. Sept. 13, 1896; bur, in R(?ckport Cemetery, aged 37 
years. 

He was bitten on the left ankle while out hunting Saturday afternooil 
and only lived until the next evening. 

M. second, STEPHEN E. ^^IILLER ^lay 17, 1900, by Rev. Horace 
Jewell. He was b. Oct. 15, i860. 

They reside at ^lalvern. Hot Springs Co., Arkansas, to which place with 
her first husband they had removed. 

Issue by first husband : — 
IX— 5742. William Palmer McMillan, b. Aug. 10, 18S6. He is a band sawyer for the 

Malvern Chair Company and resides with his parents. 
IX — 5743. Frank McMillan, b. June 24, 18S9. He is a carpenter, and resides witli 

his parents. 

Issue of Abraham Palmer, by Second Wife, Maria Tratbas, born in Cmcni- 

nati, O. 

VII~94i. ROBERT PI. PALMER (Abraham 6) b. Aug. 4, 1838; 
unm. Last residence reported, Dayton, O. 

VII— 942. JOSEPHINE MARIA PALMIER (Abraham. Abraham, 
John, ]Moses, John, John), b. Nov. 4. 1840; d. ]Mar. i^, 1888. at Eaton, O. ; 
m. ROBERT WILSON QUINN Jan. 10, 1861, son of John Quinn and 
Mary xAnna Pottenger, b. Sept. 28, 1835, near Eaton, O. 

. He studied law in Eaton and Cincinnati, O., graduating at the law- school 
of the latter city in 1858. He served four months in the 156th Reg. O. Vol. 
Inf. in the summer of 1864. He began practice of law in Eaton in May 1867. 
He was elected Probate Judge of Preble Co., O., in 1881 and re-elected in 
1884. He re-entered practice of law in Eaton in Feb. 188S, which he has 
since continued. He m. second Emma F. Eaird. June 3, 1891, of Butler Co., 
O., his present wife. 

Qiildren born at Eaton, O. : — 

VIII— 2774. EDMUND FRANCIS QUINN, b. Dec. 13, 1867. 



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He graduated at Princeton University, X. J., in 18S9; studied law and 
was admitted to practice at Columbus, O., in 1893. He is now (1906) a clerk 
in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Treasury Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; unm. 

Vni— 2775. CARRIE BERNICE OUIXN, b. April 30, 1872; d. Mar. 
30, 1892, at Eaton O. 

She had graduated at the Eaton School in 18S8. 

Issue of Abraham Palmer by Third Wife, Sarah Nehemiah, all born in Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

Vn— 944. JULIETTA PALMIER (Abraham, Abraham, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. Feb. 5, 1845. 
See notice under No. 948. 

vn— 945. SARAPI ISABELLA PALMIER (Abraham 6), b. June 19, 
1847; m- WILlIAM ford Aug. 1874. who d. Aug. 31, 1875. 

Their child : — 
VIII— 2776. Grade Ford, b. 1875; d. a few days old. Further notice under No. 948. 

VII— 946. ABRAHAM PALMIER (Abraham 6), b. Jan. 18, 1850; d. 
Mar. 4, 1906, at Avondale, Cincinnati, O. ; buried in Spring Grove Cemetery. 

A loving tribute to him by a sister is: "His sickness lasted from Sept. 
1905 to i\Iar. 4, 1906, when, after great suffering his release came. He was 
an exceptional brother, devoted to his sisters and home. He was the light 
and life of our home. He never married; always cheerful, uncomplaining, 
faithful to duty to God and man. His genial disposition made him a great 
favorite everywhere known, and he is widely missed. He has gone to his re- 
warcl and a reunion with the loved ones gone before." 

VII— 947. CLARA ELIZABETH PALMER (Abraham 6), b. July 
5,1852. 

See notice under next No. 

VII— 948. ANNA REEDER PALMER (Abraham 6), b. April 16. 

She is a teacher in Cincinnati, O. The three sisters above mentioned. 
with herself, reside at 3556 Eden Ave., Avondale, a suburb of Cincinnati, O. 
She has kindly furnished considerable records for this work. 

VII— 949. ELLA L. PALMER (Abraham 6), b. Feb. 2, i8:;8; m. 
HERBERT R. CA:vIPBELL Sept. 17, 1884, then of Minneapolis, Kansas, 
but formerly of Eaton, Ohio. Lie is deceased. 

She removed to Baltimore, Md., with residence at "The Rochambeau." 

Children:— 
VIII— 2777. Edna Campbell. 
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Issue of Sarah A}in Palmer (A'O. 2jo) a>ui Aurelius Mason, born in Cincin- 
, nati, O. 

VIl— 951. LaURA JAXE MASOX (Sarah Ann. Abraham. John 
Moses, John, John), b. May 13, 1843; m. FREDERICK W. SPREEN Dec 
25, 1865. son of F. W. Spreen and Elizabeth Lowish, b. Nov. 22, 1842, in 
Indianapolis. 

His parents emigrated from Levern. Count}- of Lubeck, Wenden, Prus- 
sia. He was for some years eni^-agcd in tb.c tea trade in Cincinnati. O., but 
later engaged with the Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, with 
residence in Indianapolis, Ind., last .^t 1337 West 30th St. No children. 

VII— 952. OLIVE ANN MASON (Sarah Ann 6), b. Tan. 17, 1845; 
d. Dec. 20. 1904; m. WILLIAM ROSEBOOM. JR.. Nov. 13, 1870, son of 
William Roseboom and Johanna Clark, of New Jersev, b. April 14, 1839; 
dec'd. 

He was an accountant; settled first in Cincinnati, O. ; removed to Macon, 
Ga., thence to ^Montgomery, Ala , where she died and was buried. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2779. SHERWOOD MASON ROSEBOOM, b. Jan. 11. 1872, 
in Cincinnati. O. ; d. Sept. 6. 1890 in Macon, Ga.; buried in Spring Grove 
Cemetery, O. 

VIII— 2780. ETHEL ^lAY ROSEBOOM, b. Oct. 26. 187^. in Cin- 
cinnati, O.; m. WILLIAM BORING CARLTON April 23. 1891. at Ma- 
con, Ga. ; b. Feb. 11, 1868. in Asheville. N. C. 

They removed from -Macon to r^Iontgcmery. Ala.; then in Jan. 1907 to 
Tallassee, Elmore Co.. Ala., wh.ere he is in the yellow pine lumber trade. 

Children : — 

IX— 5744. Neva Maybeth Carlton, b. March 5, 1894, at Macon, Ga. 

IX— 5745. Olive Mason Carlton, b. Dec. 4, 1898. at Fort Valley. Ga. 

IX— 5746. Wilbur Carlton, b. June S, 1901, at Fort Valley, Ga. 

IX— 5747. Ethel Carlton, b. April 24. 1905, Montgomery, Ala. 

IX— 5748. Laura Lee Carlton, b. Oct. 10, 1906, at Montgomerv, Ala. 

IX— 5749. Lyda Carlton, b. Feb. 6, 1908, at E. Tallasee, Ala. 

Issue of Norris Pahner (No. ^57) and Mary Ann. Lukens, probably born in 

Fulton Co., Ohio. 

VII— 953. MARTIN C PAL]\IER (Norris. Abraham. lohn. Moses. 
John, John), b. Mar. 18. 1842; m. FIDELIA DYE Aug. 26. 1S66. dau. of 
William and Hannah Dye, b. June 10, 1850; d. Aug. 19. 1903. 

He was a farmer and stock dealer, with address Elmira, Fulton Co.. O. 

Issue: — - 

VIII— 2781. CHARLES G. PALMER, b. April 8. 1867. 

He i=; m. and lives at Pionjcr Ohio, and has: — 
IX— oloO. (a) Carl Palmer. ., • • 

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VIII— 2782. COLISTA ANNA PALIMER, b. Feb. 26, 1869; m. J. F. 
REEVES. 

They have separated. Her address is Curran, Alcona Co., Mich. 

Children : — 
IX— 5751. (a) Glen Reeves. 
IX— 5751. (b) Emerson Reeves. 
IX— 5751. (c) Ralph Reeves. 

VIII— 2783. ETTA BELLE PALMER, b. Mar. 27, 1871 ; m. HAR- 
VEY HARTMAN SMART, b. Dec. 5, 1S61, in Cahfornia. 

He is a farmer. 

Tliey Hve at Archibold, Ohio. 

Child:— _ . " 

IX— 5752. Edna Mae Smart, b. May 13. 1899. 

VIII— 2784. LIZZIE ADDIE PALMER, b. Jan. 4, 1873, in Williams 

Co., O.; m. FRED J. LORENTZ, b. Dec. 20, 1868, in Fulton Co., O. 

He is a farmer, with address Elmira, O. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5753. (a) Eva Mae Lorentz, b. Dec. 27, 1S96, at Fulton Co., O. 

IX— 5753. (b) Ruth Mildred Lorentz, b. Aue:. 28. 1900. at Fulton Co.. 0. 

IX— 5753. (c) Lena Main Lorentz. b. Oct. 15. 1902, at Fulton Co., 0. 

IX— 5753. (d) Frederick Howard Lorentz, b. June 3, 1905, at Fulton Co., O. 

IX— 5753. (.e) Paul William Lorentz, b. Sept. 28. 1908, at Fulton Co., O. 

VIII— 2785. WILLIAM NORRIS PALMIER, b. ^lar. 29, 1875. in 
Fulton Co., O.; m. JENNIE BELBE ( ?), b. Mar. 8, 1879, in Hills- 
dale Co., Mich. 

His address is Elmira, Fulton Co., O. ■ 

Child:— 
IX— 5754. Russell Palmer, b. June 21. 1900, at Fulton Co., 0. 

VIII— 2786. NELLIE :MAE PALMER, b. Nov. 24, 1880. in Fulton 
Co., O.; m. CHARLES WILLIAM JOHNSON, b. Nov. 30, 1875. 
He is a farmer, with address Currai:, Mich. 
Children : — 

IX— 5755. Ilva Mae Johnson, b. Sept. 24, 1904, in Montpelier, O. 
IX— 5756. Mary Fidelia Johnson, b. Jan. 18. 1907, in Montpelier. O. 

VIII— 2787. MYRTLE C. PALMER, b. Aug. 14. 188:;, in Fulton Co., 
O.; m. CHARLES RUPP, b. Feb. i;, 1877, in Fulton Co., O. 
They removed to Curran, Mich. He is a farmer. 
Children : — 

IX— 5757. Mildred Rupp. b. Oct. 24, 1904. at Montpelier. 0. 
IX— 5758. Lloyd Rupp, b. July 23. 1909. at Au Gable, Mich. 

VII— 954. SARAH E. PALMER (Norris 6), b. Dec. 4, 1844; m. 
AUSTIN JONES, July 3, 1872, son of Jabez and Keziah Jones. 
He was a farmer; d. Aug. 3, 188-, 

M. second, ANTIS PACKER, Dec. 25, 1892. Address, Morenci, Mich. 
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YIII— 27S8. Norris Emerson Jone?. b. July 10. 1S73; d. Oct. 31, IS—. 

VIII— 27S!). Firl Jones, d. June 2, 1SS2. 

VIII— 2790. Norman E. Jones, d. June U. 1SS4. 

VIII — 2791. Otto Jones, b. 18S5; reported m. and living near Pittsburg. Pa. 

VII— 955. ATPIALIXDA S. PALMER ( Xorris 6), b. June 21. 1847; 
m. JOHN D. RUSSELL. Nov. 9. 1871, son of John and Sarah A. Russell, 
b. April 15, 1844. in Cumberlatid Co., Pa. 

He was in the lumber trade in Eultor. Co., O. Xo issue. Address, West 
Unity, Fulton Co., O. 

VII— 956. :MARY OLIVE PAL^iER (Xorris 6), b. April 28. 1849; 
m. JOSEPH BORTOX Dec. 14, 1867, son of Ezra and Ann Borton. 

Pie was a farmer, and resided in F"ultcn Co.. O. They were legally sep- 
arated in July 1877. 

U. second. FRAXK CROOKTOX. Aug. — , 1880. They reside in 
Toledo, Ohio, 

Ts-^ne hv first hu'^band : — 
VIII— 2792. Ellsworth Borton, b. May 1, 1868. 
VIII— 2793. Pearl Borton, b. June 2, 1875. ■ ' 

Issue by second husband : — 
VIII— 2794. Willam Crooktou, b. Dec. 27, 1884. ~. . 

VII— 957. ABRAHA^I PALMER (Xorris 6), b. July 4, 1851 ; d. Mar. 
14, 1877: unm. ; buried in Fayette Cemetery, Fulton Co., O. 

VII— 958. WILLIAM ELMER PALMER (Xorris 6), b. Mar. 17, 
1855; m. ELLEX HOOVER Oct. — , 1878. b. Sept. 2^, 1859; d. June 29, 
1907. 

M. second, HATTIE BROWX, June 8, 1908. Address, Toledo, O. 
Issue : — 

VIII— 2795. LAURA PALMER, b. Mar. 14, 1879; m. FRED GREG- 
ORY, Aug. 30. 1898. Address not given. 

Child :— 
IX— 5759. Charlotte Gregory, b. July 28, 1905. 

VIII— 2796. MARY AXXA PALMER, b. June 17, 1883; m. 

BEACH. 

VIII— 2797. CHARLES PALMER, b. May i, 1887. 

Line of John, John, Moses, John, Abigail. 
Issue of IVilUain Coif man {Xo. ^^2) and Mary Bryant, born at Catawissa, Pa-. 

VII— 961. CASPER COFFMAX, b. Feb. i, 1817; d. Nov. — 1866; 
unm. He resided near Catawissa. Pa. 



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VII— 962. ELLIS COFFMAN (William, Abigail. John. Moses, John, 
John), b. Oct. 25. 1818; d. Jan. ly, 1S93; unm. 

He resided at Catawissa, Pa.; buried at Friends' Mly. there, and was the 
last of his father's family. 

Issue of John P. CofTinaii (No. ^55) and Hannah Ann Nezvton. 

VII— 96V AXX ELIZA COFFMAX (John P.. Abig-ail. lohn, Moses. 
John, John), b. Sept. 10, 1827; d. Dec. 22. 1905; m. JOSEPH DEXXISOX 
Dec. 20, 1846, son of William and ]\Iary Dennison, b. X^'ov. zj, 1823; d. Dec. 
7, 1881. 

They resided in South Brooklyn, X. Y. ; both bur. in Cypress Hill Cem- 
etery, L. I. 

Child:— ; • 

VIII— 2802. JOHX WILLIAM DEXXISOX, b. Sept. 3, 1847; m- 
ABIGAIL FORDHAM ^lALCOLM Sept. 2, 1870, dau. of George Henr}' 
and INIartha Ann ^vlalcolm, b. Dec. 18, 1849; d. Dec. 18, 1904. 

His address is Cor. Old Ocean Ave. and Ave. X., Brooklyn, X^. Y. 

Issue : — 
IX — 5760. Joseph Henry Dennison, b. Dec. 3, 1S72; unm. Address, Hackensack, N. J. 

VII— 967. PIERY STEVEXSOX COFFMAX (John 6), b. Dec. 11, 
1832; d. 1908; m. HEXRY WILKIXS April 24, 1854. 

M. second, HEXRY LEXT. ^. • 

Children by first only : — 
VIII— 2803. Joseph Henry Wilkins, b. 1S54. 
VIII— 2S04. Albert Wilkins, b. Sept. 6. 1857; d. Mar. 26, 1864. 
VIII— 2805. Ann Eliza Wilkins, b. 1860; d. 1S71. '. • - 

VIII— 2S06. Helena Wilkins, b. 1865; d. 1871. 
VIII— 2807. George W. Wilkins. b. 1867; d. 1871. 

VIII— 2808. , Wikins. 

VIII— 2809. John Palmer Wilkins. i. - .V • .. r- 

VII— 969. WILLI A^I JAMES COFFMAX (John T. 6), b. Oct. 29, 
1839, in Xew York: m. SARAH AXX BREXT Jan. 6, 1864, dau. of Hen- 
ry and Mary Brent. 

She d. Xov. 2j, 1887, aged 47 3'ears. 

M. second, JOHAXNA LEPPE nee SHEIXLEF. Dec. 14, 189- (a 
widow with two children, Fred Lippe, b. Oct. 14, 1874; dec'd. : and Anna Lip- 
pe, b. Dec. 14, 1876.) She was born in Germany April 14. 1852. 

Her address is Xutley, X. J. He has a small farm with address Bloom- 
field, N. J., R. D. Brookdale Route. 

Issue by first wife: — 

VIII— 2810. lOHX HEXRY COFFMAX, b. Xov. 28. 1864: m. 
FLOREXCE ROBIXSOX Oct. i. 1884, tlau. of Benj. Franklin and Rachel 
Belle Robinson, b. Feb. 20, 1867. 

He is a musician and teacher of instrumental music, with address 46 
Marcy Ave., East Orange, X^ .J. 



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Issue : — 

IX— 5761. LESLIE COFF.\L-\N, b. July 28, 18S5; m. ELOISE 
SCHABB June 3, 1908. 

He is a paynig teller in the Century National Bank of New York; address 
Bloomfield, N.J. 

LX— 5762. VIOLA COFFMAN, b. May 12, 1893, at home. 

IX— 5763. KENNETH COFFMAN, b. July 5, 1898. 

Vni- 2S11. SARAH A. COFFMAN; d. young. 

Vni— 2812. GEORGE \V. COFFMAN, b. Mar. — , 1871; d. young. 

Vni— 2813. WILLIAM JAMES COFFMAN, b. Sept. 19, 1873; 
unm. 

He lives with his father, and is employed in a bank note paper mill at 
Nutley, N. J. 

VIII— 2814. JOSEPH ALBERT COFFMAN, b. Oct. 13, 1876; m. 
ELLA AI. OLIVER, nee MACKAY, Sept. 15, 1906, dau. of George W. 
Mackay and Susan Dodd, b. June 8, 187S. 

He is employed in the Nutley bank note paper mill, and resides in a cot- 
tage on farm of his father. No issue. 

VIII— 2815. MADGE COFFMAN, b. Aug. — , 1881 ; m. GEORGE 
PIMLEY. Their address is Dtlawana, N. J. : > ' , 

Issue : — 

IX— 5764. Clara Pimley. 

IX— 57G5. EUzabelh Pimley. ...:.; 

VII— 970. GEORGE W. COFFMAN (John 6), b. June 18, 1843; m. 
AGNES JACKSON Dec. 25, 1867, dau. of Samuel Jackson and Mar}- Ag- 
nes Wallace, b. April 3, 1845. 

Their address is 14 Lott St., near Willow Court, Jersey City, N. J. 

Issue:— •i-r,,-. a7 I., ,-'-,Ki, m--...; ;. -x --;/■. • 

VIII— 2816. SAMUEL COFFMAN, b. Dec. 13, 1868; imm.; resides 
with his parents. 

He is a bookkeeper. 

VIII— 2817. AGNES COFFMAN. b. Aug. 13. 1871 ; m. JAMES 
BOTHWICK, JR., b. Sept. i:;, 1866; reside at 132 Bloomfield St., near First 
St., Hoboken, N. J. 

Issue: — 

IX— 5766. Samuel Bothwlck, b. 1900; d. young. 

IX— 5767. James Bothwick, b. Dec. 1, 1902. '. " . • 

VIII— 2818. GEORGE W. COFFxMAN, b. Feb. 5, 1874. in Jersey 



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City; in. ELIZABETH IL-WSON Aus:. -5, 1897, dau. of Andrew Hanson 

and Marie Gnner, b. April 6, 1877; reside at 197 Delaware Ave., Jersey City, 

N. J. Issue : — 

IX— 576S. Agnes Christine Coffman, b. May 2S, 18:"tS. 

1X~5769. Doiolhy Marie Coffman, b. Nov. 20, 19t)l. 

VIII— 2819. DAISY COFFMAN, b. Oct. 13. 1878; m. WIXFIELD 
TOOMEY, JR., Mar. 13, 1901; b. Oct. i, 1879. 

He is a traveling salesman, witli residence with her father. 
Issue : — 

IX— 5770. Edward Tooniey, b. Dec. 27, 1902. 

Issue of Palmer Cofriiiaii {Xo. 2^8) and Lucy Caroline Greenwan. 
None of his family found for this edition. 

VII— 971. MARY ANN COFFAIAN (Palmer, Abigail, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. June 29, 1828; m. ROYAL WILLIAM RIDDELL Mar. 3, 

1859- 

He was a wheelwright; settled at Vienna, Pottawattomie Co., Kan. 
Children : — 

VIII— 2820. Carrie Elizabeth Riddell, b. Mar. 4, ISGO. 

VIII— 2821. Matilda Ann Riddell, b. Dec. 21, lb62. 

VIII— 2S22. Royal Palmer Riddell, b. ISiitJ. 

VIII— 2823. Gertrude Edith Riddell, b. Dec. 10, 1868. 

VII— 972. WILLI A^I CASPER COFF^^IAN (Palmer 6), b. April 
21, 1830; d. Feb. 25. 1864: m. LOUISA CHAFFILL Feb. 9, 1854; resided 
at Bristol, Kendall Co., 111. 

Children : — 
VIII— 2824. Mary Ella Coffman, b. July 16, 1856. 
VIII— 2825. James Coffman, b. Feb. 28, 1858. 
VIII— 282G. William Coffman. b. 1S61. 

VII— 973. TABITHA LOUISA COFFMAN (Palmer 6), b. Jan. 6, 
1832; d. Oct. 4, 1875. at Rosindale. \\"is. ; m. AMOS PARTRIDGE Sept, 
10, 1 85 1. He was b. Feb. i, 1820. 

He was a wheelwright: settled at Ripon, thence to Rosindale; both in 
Fond du Lac Co., Wis. 

Children : — , • , .. • , 

VTII— 2827. George Elmer Partridge, b. June 10. 18.52. 
VIII— 2828. Mary Louisa Partridge, b. Jan. 24, 1858. 
VIII— 2829. Susan Partridge, b. Aug. 8, 1863. 
VIII— 2830. John F. Partridge, b. Sept. 5, 1863; d. Sept. 24, 1S67. ' 

VII— 976. GEORGE HENRY COFFMAN (Palmer 6), b. Nov. 25, 
1837; m. FLORA DELL PHILLIPS July 9. 1868, b. Mar. 10, 1845; ^1. 
July 22, 1886, at Maysville. N. \^ ' 

He is a carpenter; settled at North East. Erie Co.. Pa. 

Child :— 

VIII— 2821. Anna Loui.sa Coffman, b. July 13, 1869. 



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VII— 977. LUCY CAROLINE COFFMAN (Palmer 6), b. Dec 22, 
1841 ; m. HENRY CLAY Sl.AYTON Ma y 27. 1S73. b. June 7. 1843- 

By trade he was a printei-, but followed farming. They resided, wheiT 
last heard from, in Chautauqua Co., N. Y., with address at Watts Flats. 

Child :— 
VIII— 2832. David Leonard Slayton, b. Aug. 27, 1S75. 

VII— 978. TOHN B. COFFMAN (Palmer 6). b. June 3. 1S44; m. 
Mx\RTHA ELIZA BOWERS Jure 18. 1867, of Eller>', N. Y. 

By trade he is a carpenter; resided at North East, Erie Co., Pa.; later re- 
ported to have removed to Albany, N. Y., and engaged in manufacturing a 
patent reversible collar. 
Issue : — 

VIII— 2833. Atla May Coffman. b. Sept. S, ISCO. 
VIII— 2834. Florence Coffman, d. May — . 1S75. 

Issue of N orris Coif -nan {No. 2^p) and Maria J. Grotz. 

VII— qSo. MARY E. COFF.MAN. b. Dec. 25, 1830 (twin, see 979); 
m. JOSHUA REYNOLDS, JR., July 30, 1846, son of Joshua and Hester 
Reynolds, b. }ylar. 19, 1S19. in Ireland and emigrated to Canada when quite 
young. 

By trade he is a machinist; settled at Ashland, Ashland Co., O., but not 
foimd for this edition. 

Issue: — 
VIII— 2835. G. Frank Reynolds, b. Aug. 1. 1849. 
VIII— 2S36. Clara M. Reynolds, b. Sept. 10, 1854. 
VIII— 2837. William II. Reynolds, Mar. 3, 1857. 
VIII— 2838. Norris J. Reynolds, b. May 1, 1S59. 
VIII— 2839. John Reynolds, b. Mar. 6, ISfJl; d. Mar. 2, 1863. 
VIII— 2840. Charley Reynolds, b. Nov. 17, 1S63; d. Feb. 11, 1865. 
VIII— 2841. Eddie W. Reynolds, b. Nov. 4, 18G5. 
VIII— 2842. Anna R. Reynolds, Aug. 13, 1868. 
VIII— 2848. Hlllard Reynolds, b. Mar. 29, 1872. 



VII— 981. MONROE E. COFFMAN (Norris 6), b. Aug. ;, 1832; m. 
MARY E. :\IOORE April 10, 1862, dau. of Capt. Robert Moore and Laur- 
ane Viers. 

They reside at 39 Third St., Ashland, Ohio. No ch. 

VII— 982. BYRON S. COFFMAN (Norris 6), b. Aug. 19. 1834. 
He removed to San Francisco, Cal, and no further account of him was 
ever received. 

VII— 983. ANN R. COFFMAN (Norris 6) b. Dec. 22, 1837; d. April 
I, 1864; m. DR. WILLIAM GRINSLED Dec. 29, 1863. 
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Jssuc of Moses Cotfinaii {I\06 260) and .{nna Knoiis, born at Bloomsburg 

Columbia Co.. Pa. 

VII— 985. LUCY ETTA COFFMAX (Moses. .Vbigail. John, Moses. 
John, John), b. Aug. 17. 1836; m. FRAXK R. SXYDER Mar. — , 1855, 
son of John Snyder, b. Aug. 16, 1834. at Orangeville, Pa.; d. Oct. 19, 1885. 

He was a printer, last in Plyniouth, Luzerne Co.. Pa., where he died; 
buried at Bloomsburg. 

She m. second, SAMUEL PRETTERBAUGH July 26, 1894. He d. 
Aug. 7, 1910; bur. at Plymouth, Pa. 

Her address is 49 Blair St., Plymouth. Pa. 
Children by first husband only : — 

VIII— 2844. CLAREXCE H. SNYDER, b. Aug. 19. 1856, at 
Bloomsburg; d. Aug. 27, 1865, at Jersey Shore, Pa. 

VIII— 284s. SARAH E. SXYDER, b. Sept. 25, 1S58, at Bloomsburg; 
m. HARRY' MUTCHLER April 3, 18S1, son of William ^lutchler and Re- 
becca Nagle, b. 1861 ; d. May j6, 18S5. 

i\L second, EDWTX S. MOXK Dec. 12, 1892 (second wife), son of 
William and Hester }^Ionk. b. Adg. 29, 1847. Their address is 1232 Fidelity 
St., Reading, Pa. 

Child by first husband : — 
IX— 5771. Agnes Mutchler, b. Nov. 25, ISSl; d. June 18, 1892. 

VIII— 2846. WILLIAM E. SXYDER. b. Mar. i, 1861, at Blooms- 
burg; m. WILLMIXA BOGART June 20, 1889, of Danville, Pa. 

Their address is 69 Turner St., Plymouth, Pa. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5772. Emma Adele Snyder, b. April 24, 1890. 

VIII— 2847. EMAXUEL L. SNYDER, b. Aug. 29, 1862, at BlcK^ms- 
burg; d. May 6, 1885, Plymoutr . Pa ; unm. 

VIII— 2848. CARRIE E. SXYDER. b. Sept. 17, 1865, at Jersey 
Shore; d. April 27, 1885. at Plymouth; unm. 

VIII— 2849. CHARLES V. SXYDER. b. Jan. 2, 1868, at Blooms- 
burg; m. LIZZIE LE-WER. 1889 (?). 

Her father came from England ; her mother was born in this country; both 
are deceased. She was b. Feb. 6, 1873, ar Plymouth, Pa. 

He is a conductor on the P. & R. R. R.. with address at 41 East Front 
St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5773. Ethel C. Snyder, b. Feb. 27, 1890, at Plymouth. 

IX— 5774. Carrie E. Snyder, d. June 22, 1891, at Shamokin. 

IX- 5775. Jeunip Snyder, b. Oct. 1, 1893, same; died July IS. 1S94. same. - ) 

IX — 5776. Charles V. Snyder, Jr., b. July 1.3, 1896, same; d. Dec. 30, 1898, same. 



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IX— 5777. Martha Snyder, b. Jan. 7. 1S99, at Newberry, 

IX— 5778. William K. Snyder, b. Feb. 5, 1001, same. 

IX— 5779. Bertha Snyder, b. Jan. 7, 19o3. same. 

IX— 5780. Robert L. Snyder, b. Jan. 8, 1905, same; d. Feb. 8, 1907, Bame. 



VII— 986. SARAH ABIGAIL COFFMAN (Moses 6), b. Nov. 12, 
1838; d. Aug. 13. 1892; m. DAVID WINNER March 7, 1878. 

He d. Oct. — , 1906; no children. He was buried at Catawissa and she 
in Rosemont Cemetery, Bloomsburg, Pa. 



VII— 987. ANN ELIZABETH COFFMAN (Moses, Abigail, John, 
Moses. John, John), b. Sept. 27, 1840; d. Dec. 29, 1869; m. DR. WILLIAM 
N. RISHEL June i, 1865, son of George and Mary Rishel, of Henry Co., IlL 

He is a dentist. They resided in Mifflinburg, Union Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2850. LAURA DORA RISHEL, b. Mar. 28, 1886; d. Nov. 8, 
1900: m. WILLIAM COM^^llNS; no children. 

VIII— 2851. REMINGTON C. RISHEL, b. Oct. 29, 1867; d. March 
— , 1904. 

He was a printer; unm. ; buried at Bloomsburg, Pa. 



VII— 988. WILLIA^I E. COFF^IAN (Moses 6), b. Nov. 29, 1842; 
m. ELIZABETH HILDEBR.\NT Oct. 27, 1867, dau. of David Hildebrant 
and Sophia Paden, b. Feb. 17, 1846: d. Nov. 20, 1895. 

They reside in Bloomsburg, Columbia Co., Pa. He enlisted Aug. 8, 
1 86 1, in the Union army durinjL; the Civil War and was in the battles of Sec- 
ond Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam and Fredericksburg; wounded in 
the right hand at the latter; wat in Com. A, 6th Reg., Pa. Reserves; discharged 
Feb. 14, 1865. 

Children, born at Bloomsburg, Pa. : — ' 

VIII— 2852. CHARLES COFFMAN. b. Oct. 8, 1868; m. EMMA 
JANE DRAKE June 30, 1S92, dan. of McClure Drake and Mary Hittle, b. 
June 17, 1871. 

They reside at 583 Main St., Bloomsburg, Pa. He is a moulder in the 
iron works. 

Children : — 

IX— 5781. Robert Wellington Coffman, b. April 21, 1893. 
IX-5782. Mildred Grace Coffman, b. Nov. 9, 1900. 
IX— 5783. Raymond Stamford Coffman, b. Nov. 24, 1902. 

VIII— 2853. ELLA COFFMAN b. June 18. 1871. She resides with 
her father. 

VIII— 2854. ROBERT D. COFFMAN, b. April 3, 1874: d. Sept. 29, 



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1903, in Philadelphia; buried in Greenmount Cemetery; m. MARY J. WIL^ 

LIAMS }^Iay 18, 1895, dau. of }*Iorgan and Sarah Williams, of Danville, Pa. 

She is deceased. They resided in Dimville, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5TS4. Alice Coffmau, h. Dec. 21, 1S96. 

IX~5785. Hazel Coffman, b. Sept. 10, 1898. 

IX— 5786. Marian Coffman, b. Dec. 30, 1900. 

IX— 57S7. David Coffman, b. Feb. 2. 1903. - ' 

VIII— 2855. ANNA COFF-ALAN, b. Sept. 14, 1878; m. ELIJAH C. 
SHUTT July 15, 1898. 
Child:— 

IX— 5788. WILLIAM COFFAIAN SHUTT, b. Feb. 4, 1899; m. sec- 
ond, J. FRANK BEERS Nov. 26, 1904, son of David Beers, of Bloomsburg, 
Pa.; b. ^May 11, 1878. Their address is Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5789. Fred. Wood Beers, b. July 30, 1905. , ' 

IX— 5790. David Clark Beers, b. July 1, 1907. 
IX— 5791. Joseph Charles Beers, b. Aug. — , 1910. 

VIII— 2S56. WILLIA:\I henry coffman, b. Dec. 10, 18S0; d. 
Jan. 3, 1881. 

VIII— 2857. GEORGE MOSES COFFMAN, b. Aug. 25, 1884; m. 
MAY F. HARNER Jan. 29, ipio. 

They reside at Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Child :— 
IX— 5792. Franklin William Coffman, b. June IS, 1910. 



VII— 990. DAVID RICE COFFMAN (Moses. Abigail, John. Moses, 
John, John), b. June i, 1849: m. AIARTHA V. BETZ March 31, 1875, 
dau. of Samuel Betz and Susanra Jacoby. b. Sept. 19, 1857. 

By trade he was a painter, succeeding his father as court crier at Blooms- 
burg, which position he held for 30 yearr. He now has an insurance agency, 
with his residence at 853 Market St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2858. SARAH A. COFFMAN, b. Oct. 5, 187;; m. JOSEPH 
TRETHAWAY Oct. 4, 1895. 

They reside at 47 West North St., Wilkes-Barre. Pa., where he is en- 
gaged with his brother in manufacturing tinware. 

Child:— 
IX— 5793. Margaret "Brown Coffman, b. Dec. 14. 1906. , ; ' -. 

VIII— 2859. WILLIAM H. J. COFFMAN, b. May 25, 1877; m. 
LLEWELLA HOMER June 11, 1906, dau. of Samuel M. Homer and Cath- 
arine Blair, b. July — , 18S3. 



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He engaged with the U. S. Express Co. in Bloomsburg; removed to Al- 
toona, Pa., in oftke P. R. R. C'^. 
Cliild :— 
IX— 5794. Margaret Brown Coffman, b. Dec. 14. 1906. 

VIII— 2860. LUCY MAY COFFMAN, b. May 21, 1879, at home. 

VIII— 2861. MATTIE VIE COFFMAN, b. April 24, 1881, at liome. 

VIII— 2862. SUSAN BERTHA COFFMAN, b. May 14, 1884, at 
home. 

VIII— 2863. LAURA DORA COFF^IAN, b. March 29, 1886, at 
home. 



VII— 991. MARTHA M. COFFMAN (Moses 6), b. Feb. 12, 1853; 
m. CHARLES B. KNAPP Dec. 3. 1874, son of William Knapp and Re- 
becca Naugle, b. Feb. 26, 1849. 

They resided at Benton, Pa., where ho was an engineer at the coal works; 
later removed to Bloomsburg, Pa. They have an adopted son. 

VIII— 2864. LELAND S. KXAPP, b. June 28, 1894. 



VII— 992. MARY MARGARET COFFMAN (same line), b. April 
26, 1856; d. Oct. 9, 1886: m. GEORGE O. THOALAS Dec. 31, 1879, son 
of Samuel Thomas, of Bloomsburg, Pa. 

His address is Nanticoke, Pa. 

Child :— 
VIII— 2865. Frederick I. Thomas, b. Oct. 3, 1880; address Harvey's Lake, Pa. 

Line of Joiix, John, Moses, Johx, John. 

Issue of William IV. Palmer (No. 264) ami Hannah Trimble (5) (T-ioi), 
all born in Concord, Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 993. JOHN PALMER (William W. 6), b. 2 mo. 25, 1835; d. 
I mo. 25, 1894; unm. 

He taught school for several years in his early manhood. During the 
Civil War he enlisted in the army and participated in the battles of Chancel- 
lorsville, Va., and Antictam, Md. He then went to Cincinnati, O., where he 
was engaged in clerical work in Hamilton Co. Courthouse for several years. 
His health becoming impaired, he returned to his parents' home in Concord, 
Pa. He inherited a portion of the ancestral farm on which he lived the re- 
mainder of his life. He was well versed in knowledge and much appreciated 
as an intelligent and uprigiit cit'zen in his neighborhood. 



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YII— 994. WILLIAM 1. PALMER (William W. 6j, b. 3 mo. 10, 
1837; m. HELEN VOUXG i mo. 11, 1864. by Friends' ceremony, before A. 
R. Mclienry, ^layor of Philadelphia, dau. of Jesse Young, ^L D.*, and Phcbe 
Ann Edwards, b. 4 mo. 20, 1S40. 

He resided on the farm of his father for many years, a large portion of 
which he subsequently obtained by inheritance. He afterwards purchased and 
removed to a residence at Chester Heights, Pa., and sold the ancestral home- 
stead. He has served as Auditor and School Director of his district. They 
had no children. , ' 



VH— 99:;. EDWARD L. PALMER (William W., John, John, Moses, 
John, John).^b. 7 mo. 28, 1841; m. ELLEX P. :NL\RSHALL 6 mo. 18, 
1872, at Williamsport, Pa., dau. of Pennock E. ^larshall and Sarah Perdue 
Chalfant, b. 12 mo. 20, 1850, near Doe Run, Pa. 

(Pennock E., a son of Johnson Marshall and Eleanor Pennock, is yet 
living (1910), making his home with his son on one of the family tracts. 
Sarah P., a dau. of Joel Chaliant and Susan Perdue. She d. 7 mo. 14, 1896.) 

Edward L. enlisted in a Pennsylvania Cavalry Reg. during the Civil War. 
and was stationed principally in Tennessee and surrounding parts. He then 
studied medicine and graduated at the University of Pennsylvania; settled at 
Doe Run, Chester Co., Pa., where for many years he was in the active practice 
of his profession. He then removed to \Vest Chester, Pa., and later to a farm 
near Marshallton, Pa. He is much interested in matters for the best interest 
of the country and an active participator in the religious subjects of the So- 
ciety of Friends, of which he is a member. 

Children: — • ' • , 



Vni— 2866. WILLL\M AL-\RSLL\LL PALMER *, b. 4 mo. 28, 
1873. . , 

•5-9-1896. .' • 

LOST IN A WOODS. 

A Doe Run Boy Wandered About All Day and One Night. 

A fifteen-year-old son of Dr. R. E. Palmer, of Doe Run, had a terrible expeii- 
ence in a woods near Laurel a few days ago and all one night and the next day a 
searching party scoured the country in search of him. 

The lad went into the woods, which is near his home, in the afternoon, for the pur- 
pose of cutting some canes and while there become so bewilderd that he did not 
know which direction to turn In order to reach his home. While he was wandering 
about the forest rain commenced to fall and darkness overtook him, but he walked 
about all night through the trees. A searching party was formed by the men of the 
nei<;hborhood and they searched the woo<ls all night in vain. The next day the search 
was resumed, but it was not until noon that the lad was found. He was then almost 
overcome with fatigue and hunger. He had kept up his wanderings about the woods 
until the time when he was found, but was so completely lost that he did not know 
where he was when the party found him. 



Note. — Dr. Jesse Young was a son of Andrew Young, who came to this country 
from Ireland and m. Ann Griswell; Dr. Jesse Young was eminent in his profession and 
practiced during a long life near Chester, Pg,. His wife was a dau. of Abner and Phebe 
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VIII— 2867. MARY IDA PALMER, b. 2 mo. i, 1875 ; m. CHARLES 
MILLER STABLER 8 mo. 7. 1S95. -^^^ o^ Francis Stabler and Cornelia 
Miller, b. 6 mo. 16. 1855; d. 3 mo. 30. 1903. 

He graduated at Yale University, and practiced law in the State of New 
York for some time; later was a Professor of Lancuage at the George School. 
Pa. Llis health becoming impaired, he went to Aiken, S. C, seeking restora- 
tion, and there died. 

Since his death 'M. ld;i has had charge of Sherwood Academy and other 
schools at Sandy Springs. Md. 

Children, all born at George School. Bucks Co., Pa. : — 

IX— 5795. Eleanor Palmer Stabler, b. 10-6-1S9G. 

IX— 5796. Coruelia Miller Stabler, b. 4-15-1S9S. 

IX— 5797. Sarah Marshall Stabler, b. 9-14-1S99. 

IX--579S. Charles Norman Stabler, b. 1-13-1901. 

VIII— 2868. SUSAN CHALFAXT PALMIER, b. i mo. 4, 1S78; m. 
WILLIAM I. REEVES 10 mo. 14, 1902, son of Isaiah \V. Reeves and Ab- 
bie Tatum, of Mount Holly. X. 1., b. i mo. 14, 1871. 

He had a position at first in a store in West Chester, then became book- 
keeper for Swift & Co., of Chicago; has been employed in \\'ashington, D. C. 
Norfolk, Va. ; Wilmington, Del., and later went to farming near Marshallton. 
Chester Co., Pa. 

Child, born in West Chester, Pa. : — 
IX— 5799. Ida Virginia Reeves, b. 2-5-1906. 

VIII— 2869. EDWARD PENNOCK PAL:\IER, b. 7 mo. 17, 1884; 
unm. 

He graduated at West Chester High School in 1902. and at Swarthmore 
College in 1906, in the engineering department. He had a position v.-ith the 
Pa., N. Y. & Long Island R. P.. East River Division, and later in subway 
work in New York City. His address is '"The Pennington," 215 E. 15th St.. 
New York. 



VII— 996. MERRITT T. PALMER (William W. 6), b. 6 mo. 28. 
1845; m- CLARA M. HARTMAN Jan. 3. 1878. by Rev. W. M. Cairns, 
dau. of Aaron Hartman (Benjamin) and Catharine S. Lloyd, b. Oct. 26, 1856. 
at Lancaster Co., Pa. 

He was with his uncle, A. H. Hall, ;n his store for some time, then with 
Barclay Aitken had a store at Georgetowi. I^ncaster Co.. Pa., under the firm 
name of Aitken & Palmer. Since the death of his partner he has disposed of 
the store and engaged in farming in the same neighborhood; P. O. Bart. Pa. 

Children, all bom there : — 

VIII— 2870. AARON HARTMAN PALMER, b. Sept. 2;. 1878: m. 
MARY MOWRER GONTNER Dec. 4. 1906. dau. of Frank B. Gontner 
and Emma H. Mowrer, b. Oct. 14. 187S, in Lancaster Co.. Pa. 

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Rockbridge Co., Va., since 1905. His home atUlress is Dart. Lancaster Co.. 
Pa. 

VIII--2S71. Lillle Ida Palmer, b. Oct. 9. ISSO; unm.; at home. 

VIII— 2S72. Lydia Barclay Palmer, b. Feb. 24. 1886. School teacher; had school in 

home twp. Theii became a trained nurse. 

VIII— 2873. John Arthur Palmer, b. May 22, 1S88. Student at George School. 

Issue of Charles Palmer {No. 36j) and Deborah Pitman; the first born In 
L'pper Chichester, the rest in Concord. Delaware Co., Pa. 

Vn_9C)7. ^L\RY F. P.\L:^[ER (Charles, John. John, Moses. John. 
John), b. 10 mo. iS. 1835: d. ii mo. 21. 1909: m. ED\VARD DARLING- 
TOX 3 mo. 12, 1856. by Friends' ceremony, son of Jared Darlington* and 
Mary Dutton. b. i mo. 22, 1832; d. 10 mo. 7, 1876; both buried in Cumber- 
land Cemetery. 

They resided in Middletown Twp., Delaware Co., Pa., on a farm of hif. 
father's, which he afterwards bouglit and added to by purchase, making in a' I 
over 200 acres. He devoted h.is attention principally to the manufacture of 
high-grade butter, for which he had a high reputation. A local notice of him 
states : 

"Deceased was a well-known and highly respected citizen of Del'iware 
county, a knowledge of whose energetic c.nd useful life was widely extended. 
He was endeared to a large circle of friends and relatives by the urbanity of 
his deportment, the perfect sincerity of his actions and by his unwavering in- 
tegrity." 

His death resulted from typhoid fever, and by his will, made in the pros- 
pect of near death, gave the entire charge of his property to his wife, who re- 
mained on the farm aiid in conjunction with her sons continued the business 
with marked success. Her address was Darling, Pa. 

Children, all born at the home as above described. 

Vm— 2874. (a) FRANCES DARLINGTON, b. 4 mo. 2. 1857; d. 
7 mo. 24, 1871. 

She had been attending school at West Chester. Pa. An epidemic of 
fever broke out there at that time, which she unfortunately caught and. al- 
though returning home, was unable to survive its hold on her system. Her 
bright mind rendered her untimely death particularly sorrowful. 

Vni— 2875. (b) DEBORALI P. DARLINGTON, b. 8 mo. 4. 1858; 
d. 9 mo. 2y, 1858. 

VIII— 2876. (c) CHARLES P. DARLINGTON, b. 2 mo. 12, i860: 
d. 8 mo. 2, 1894, at Chadd's Ford. Pa.; buried in Cumberland Cemetery: m. 

Note. — Jared was a son of Jesse Darlington and Amy Sharpless. b. 8 mo. 15. 1799: 
d. 12 mo. 7, 1862. Mary was a dau. of Thomas Dutton and Sarah Jones, b. 4 rao. 5. 
1808. Thomas Dutton d 9 mo. 12, 1809, b^ing seven months and ten days over one 
hundred years of age. Jesse Darlington, was a son of Thomas Darlington and Hannah 
Brinton. Thomas was a son of Abraham the emigrnnt, who m. Elizabeth Hilborn. 
1716, and who was a son of Job and Mary Darlington of Darnhall, in Cheshlie, Eng- 
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FLORENXE J. BAILY 3 mo. 23.. 1882, dau. of Jesse Baily and Ann Eliza- 
beth Entriken, b. 5 mo. 13, 1856. 

Tlicy resided at Chadd's Ford, Pa., where he had. in partnership with liis 
brother, Jared, estabhshed a crer.mery. 

The following notices are taken from the press notices after the time of his 
death : — 

CHARLES P. DARLINGTON. 
Hi.s father dying when he was about fifteen years of age. deceased assumed charge 
of a largo farm and dair>' near Darline;, Dela^vare county, on which his father had lived 
and died of the same disease as hi? sou, typhoid fever. At a later age the deceased stud- 
led at Swarthmorc: subsequently law, but abandoned it to look after pressing interests 
on the farm near Darling, on which his mother and children yet resided. At a later 
period he had a creamery built at Chadd's Ford, since which time he has lived there. 
He manufactured butter at this place of such an excellent quality as to bring him pa- 
tronage from New York, Washington, Baltimore and other distant points. He was a 
prominent member of the Creamery Association, and was very earnest in advocacy of 
its cause. His wife and four sons survive him. He was very ambitious and industri- ■ 
ous, and it is thought by his many frienda that the fever from which he died was 
superinduced by over-work and anxiety connected with his business ramifications. 

RESOLUTIONS OF REGRET. 

At a me€ting of Upper Birmingham Lodge. No. 010. I. 0. 0. F., held August 
llth, 1894, these resolutions were unanimously adopted: 

WHEREAS, The great and supreme Ruler of the universe, has in His infinite 
wisdom, removed from among us our worthy and esteemed brother, Charles P. Dar- 
lington; therefore, 

Resolved, That the sudden removal of such a life from amongst our midst leaves 
a vacancy and a shadow that will be deeply realized by all the members and friends 
of this organization, and will prove a serious loss to the community and the public. 

Resolved, That with deep sympathy with the bereaved family of the deceased 
we express our hope, that even so great a loss to them may be overruled for good b> 
Him who doeth all things well. 

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this 
lodge, a copy printed in the DAILY LOCAL NEWS, and a copy forwarded to the 
bereaved family. 

E. P. LEWIS. 
: . W. E. MILLER, 

( . VI , ., . : . R. W. HILL, 

;" '' ' ' Committee. 

His widow and children have since resided in West Chester, Pa. 
Children : — 

IX— 5800. Merwyn J. Darlington, b. 6-22-1883; m. Bessie Nixon Buffington. April 24, 
1907, a dau. of Joseph BufSngton and Susan Nixon. He has a position with the 
N. Y., Phila. & Norfolk R. R., South 15th St., Philadelphia, He resides at 316 
Dean St., West Chester. Pa. 

IX — 5801. Charles Archer Darlington, b. 5-5-18S6; m. Catharine S. McCarty, June 1, 1909, a 
dau of Harry C. McCarty, of Williamsport, Pa. He is a clerk in the National 
Bank of Chester County, with residence 29 S. Church St., West Chester, Pa. Issue.— 

X— 7443. Harry McCarty Darlington, b. April 28, 1910. 

rx— 5802. Edward Darlington, b. 3-7-1S90. Resides with his mother. 

IX— 5803. Allan Palmer Darlington, b. 12-16-1891. 

From West Chester, Pa., Local News, Mar. 12, 1910: 

Added laurels were won yesterday by the Senior Class of the West Chester 
High School. Allen Darlington ,the last speaker in the boys' annual oratorical contest, 
was the champion and to him will be awarded at Commencement time the gold medal 
which has been given for many years by D. Webster Meredith, of New York, a former 
High School boy. 

Allen Darlington spoke the eloquent plea of Robert Eminett in his appeal against 
sentence of death as a traitor, giving well the fearless defiance of the injustice which 
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VIII— 2877. (d) MARY DARLINGTON, b. 10 mo. 10. 1862; d. 10 
mo. 14, 1894; m. GEORGE BYERS, 3 mo. 24, 1SS7, son of Stephen D. 
Byers and Ann Ector, b. 12 mo. 29. i860. 

He resides on a farm at Briindywine Summit, Delaware Co., Pa., where 
Mary died. She was buried in Cumberland Cemetery. 

He m. second, EHzabeth \V. Clayton, 2 mo. 26, 1903, dan. of Thomas W. 
Clayton and Rebecca S. Pratt, b. 3 mo. 4. 1867. 
Mary's children : — 

IX— 5804. Alice Gary Byers, b. 1-20-18S8. She graduated at S\^-arthmore College, 1909; 

has since taught school. Address Darling. Pa. 
IX— 5805. Edward B. Byers, b. 4-6-1889. He graduated at the Williamson School 

of Mechanical Trades. 
[X— 5806. William Byers, b. 7-19-1891. At home. 
IX— 5807. Mary A. Myers, b. 8-6-1894. Her mother dying when she was two months old, 

she was taken by her aunt, Anna D. Styer, who cared for her for several years. 

She has since been with her aunt, Beulah \Y. Pratt, iu West Chester, Pa. 

VIII— 2878. (e) TARED DARLI\*GTOX. b. 7 mo. 3. 1864; m. :MAR- 
lAN E. SHORTLIDGE 12 mo. 29, 1S91, dan. of Joseph Shortlidge* and 
Caroline B. Cause, b. 4 mo. 28. 1866. at Concordville, Pa. 

They reside on the mansion farm of his father, of which he has become 
the owner since his mother's death ; P. O. Darling, Pa. 

He is extensively engaged in the butter trade with creameries at his home 
and i(i company with his brother at Chadd"s Ford. Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5808. Edna Mary Darlington, b. 9-18-1892: d. 8-27-1897. - 

rx— 5809. Charles Joseph Darlington, b. 10-21-1894. 
IX— 5810. Caroline S. Darlington, b. 10-3-1901. 

VIII— 2879. (0 ANNA S. DARLINGTON, b. 6 mo. 3. 1866: m. 
T. WALTER STYER 2 mo. 21, 1894. son of John E. Styer and Margaret 
C. Jones, b. 10 mo. i, 1863, in Montgomery Co., Pa. 

They settled first on his father's farm at Concordville. Pa. ; removed 
thence to Cornwall-on-the-Hud:~.on ; afterwards to other localities, then sever- 
al years at Geneva. N. Y., and in 1910 to Patchogue, L. I.; later to a farm at 
Woodbourn, Pa. fie is a practical nurseryman. 

Children, first two b. at Concordville, Pa., the third at Cornwall-on-the- 

Hudson. N. Y. :— 

tX— 5811. T. Walter Styer, .Jr.. b. 3-12-1896. 
IX— 5812. Margaret J. Styer. b. 12-26-1897. 
IX- 5813. Darlington Styer, b. 7-12-1902. 

VIII— 2880. (g) JOHN P. DARLINGTON, b. ii mo. 9, 1867; d. 
same date. 

VIII— 2881. (h) BEULAH WALTER DARLINGTON, b. 6 mo. 2, 



Note. — Joseph Shortlidge, A. M., (Yale I'niversity) and Caroline B. Gause were m. 
5-24-1865. He is a son of George Shortlidge and Martha Hutton, and proprietor of Maple- 
wood Institute, Concordville, Pa., and she is a dau. of Jonathan Gause, long of a noted 
boarding school (''Greenwood Dell") for boys in Cliester Co., Pa., and Eliza Daily. 



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1870: m. MAURICE BALDvVIN PRATT 10 mo 17. 1901. at Friends* 
Meeting House. West Chester. Pa., son cf John M. Pratt and Lucinda Bald- 
win, b. 6 mo. 20, 1863. 

She graduated at Swarthrnorc College, and for some time was a teacher. 
He is head bookkeeper in the National Bank of Chester County, at West Ches- 
ter, Pa., where they reside on North High St. 

Children : — 
rx— 5814. John Makolni Pratt, b. 9-18-1902. 
IX— 5S15. Sarah Dorlington Pratt, b. 10-1-1905. 
IX— 5816. Marian Baldwin Pratt, b. 4-26-1907. 

Vni— 2S82. (i) EDWARD DARLLVGTON, b. 12 mo. 2, 1871: m. 
PHILENA C. ARMENT 2 mo. 23. 1899, dau. of John Arment (No. 612) 
and Elizabeth Jane Cosgrove. b Mar. 11 1875. 

They reside at Chadd's Ford, Pa. He graduated in Civil Engineering at 
Swarthmore College, and was for a time in the Pennsylvania R. R. employ. 
After the death of his brother Charles, he took the creamery in conjunction 
with his brother, Jared Darlington, which they carry on in the firm name of E. 
Darlington & Bro.. and are extensively engaged in the butter and cream trade. 

Children, born at Chadd's Ford, Pa. : — 
IX— 5817. Richard Arment Darlington, b. 1-19-1900. 
IX— 5818. Clifford Palmer Darlington, b. 4-14-1902. 
IX— 5819. John Edward Darlington, b. 11-19-1906. 
IX— 5820. Jared Darlington, b. 5-25-1910. 

VHI— 2883. (i) LEWIS DARLINGTON, b. i mo. 2y, 1875; d. 3 mo." 
I, 1875- 

VH— 998. LEWIS PALMER (Charles. John. John, Closes. John. 
John), b 10 mo. 2. 1837: m. HANNAH H. PANCOAST 5 mo. 28. 1862, 
dau. of Joseph Pancoast* and Susan Thompson, of Salem Co., N. J., b. i mo. 
30, 1836. 

Note. — Joseph Pancoast and Susan Thompson were m. 3-9-1820. Joseph, b. 11- 
22-1794: d. 4-29-1873. was a son of Samuel Pancoast and Dorcas Stretch. Samuel, b. 
9-11-1769: d. 10-6-1832, was a son of Edward Panroast, who came to Salem Co. from 
Mount Holly. N. J., and m. Hannah King. Edward, b. Jan. 16, 1733; d. Jan. 25, 180S, 
was a son of William Pancoast, Jr., and Mary Copeland. William, Jr., was a son of 
William Pancoast and Hannah Scattergood, and William, Sr., was a son of John Pancoast 
the emigrant, who was an early proprietor of West Jersey and one of the signers of its 
Constitution in 1676. Dorcas Stretch, b. 4-4-1775; d. 11-9-1852. was a dau. of James 
Stretch and Elizabeth Allf-n. and James was a son of Bradway and Sarah Stretch. 
Susan Thompson, b. 2-3-1802: d. 12-26-1871, was a dau. of Joseph Thompson and Ann 
Mason, who were m. 3-9-1797, Ann being a dau. of John Mason and Susanna Goodwin. 
Joseph Thompson, b 10-27-1774; d. 7-16-1845, was a son of Joshua Thompson, Jr., and 
Sarah Ware, dau. of Solomon: Joshua. Jr.. b. 1748; d. 1830, was a son of Joshua Thomp- 
son and Elizabeth Gibson. Joshua, Sr., b. 2-2-1713, was a son of Andrew Thompson. 
Jr., and his wife Grace. Andrew. Jr.. b. 11-13-1676, was a son of Andrew Thompson. Sr.. 
and Isabella Marshall, who wore m. 4-11-1664, she being a dau. of Humphrey. Andrew. 
Sr., b. 1617; d. 1685, was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Thompson, of Kirbenton. 
Yorkshire, England. On the 29th of 9 rao., 1653, Thomas and Elizabeth Thompson 
removed with their two sons, John and Andrew, to Ireland. On the 16th of 9 mo. 1677, 
Andrew and Isabella Thompson set sail for America in the ship "Mary" of Dublin, 
with their three childien. Elizabeth, William and Andrew, Jr., and they landed at 
Elsinborough in the province of West New Jersey 22d of 12 mo., the same year. John 
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They resided on his father's farm for sonic years, which he aften.vard3 
inherited. Since 1892 they have hved at Concordvilie. Pa. Since 10 mo. 28, 
1875. he has been a minister in the Society of Friends, and his wife an elder. 
He is an active member of the Delaware Co , Pa., Historical Society, for which 
he has written several papers. He is earnestly engaged in the Temperance and 
other reformatory causes. 

Children of Lewis and Hanrah, all bom in Concord. Delaware Co., Pa. : — 

VHI— 2884. CHARLES PALMER,, b. 7 mo. 9, 1863; m. ARLETTA 
CUTLER 6 mo. 24, 1897, ^^ Coldstream Friends' ^Itg.. Ontario, Canada, dau. 
of David Cutler* and Caroline V. Zavitz (Who were m. 12 mo. 12, 1867), b. 
5 mo. 10, 1S74. 

He graduated at Swarthmore College in 1882; taught sch.ool at Long 
Island, in Dutchess Co., N. Y., and at Sandy Springs, ^^Id., then studied law 
and was admitted to the bar in Delav.are Co.. Pa. He resides in Chester, Pa., 
where in addition to the law practice he also follows surveying of properties 
and conveyancing. He is an active member and clerk of Chester Monthly 
Meeting of Friends, and corresponding secretary of The Delaware County 
(Pa.) Historical Society. 

Children, bom in Chester, Pa. : — 

IX— oSil. Edgar Zavitz Palmer, b. 4-10-189S. 

IX— 5S22. Charles Mervln Palmer, b. 8-25-1900. 

IX— 5S2:?. Thomp.son Vail Palmer, b. l-lS-1903. 

IX— 5S24. Everett Cutler Palmer, b. l-lG-1905. 

IX— 5825. Lewis Lyndon Palmer, b. 6-13-1907. 

IX— 5S2G. Newlin Pancoast Palmer, b. 11-5-1909, 

Vni— 2885. JOSEPH PANCOAST PALMER, b. 10 mo. 6, 1866; 
m. MARGARET R. GRUBB 10 mo. 3. 1895, by Friends' ceremony, dau. of 
Allen J. Grubbf and Sarah Ann Gilmore of Geigertown, Berks Co.. Pa., b. 10 
mo. 24, 1873. 

He remained on the farm for a few years, then became manager of a 
creamery at Cold Run, Berks Co.. Pa., for several years; then employed at 
Darlington Bros.' creamerv at Chadd's Ford. Pa., and later with tlie P. E. 
Sharpless Butter Co., Philadelphia, and residing in a home purchased at 
Lansdov,-ne, Pa. He also makes a specialty of White Plymouth Rock chick- 
ens and their eggs. In 1909 he became commissary for the Williamson Schoo) 
for Mechanical Trades. 



* Note.— David Cutler, b. 4-S-1833; d. 4-15-1887. was a son of Benjamin Cutler and 
Sarah Marsh, and Benjamin was a son of John Cutler, of Bucks Co.. Pa. Caroline 
V. Zavitz, b. 12-25-1847; d. 7-16-1899, was a dau. of Daniel Zavitz and Susan Vail, who 
were m. 2-2-1847. She was a dau. of ?.Ioses Vail and JTary Pounds, of Nov/ Jersey, b. 
5-16-1827, and he was a son of Jacob Zavitz and Elizabeth Pounds, b. 2-24-1S20. The 
Zavitz family were of Pennsylvania-German stock. 

t Note.— Allen J. Grubb, b. Nov. 4, 1S3S; d. 1908, and Sarah Ann Gilmore were m. 
Nov. 12, 1859. He was a son of Benjamin Grubb and Margaret Painter, and Benjamin. 
b. Sept. 11, 1813; d. Mar. 26, 1890, was a son of Emanuel and Rebecca Grubb, of Trappe 
Pa. Margaret Painter, was a dau. of Geoige Painter and Elizabeth Shafer. of Hope- 
well Furnace, Chester Co., Pa. Sarah Ann Gilmore. b. 1835; d. Nov. 28. 1903, was a 
dau. of David Gilmore and Elizabeth Milliard, of Birdsboro. Pa., and David was a son 
of Wlllinm and Sarah Gilmore. Elizabeth Gilmore was a dau. of Benjamin and 
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Children : — 

IX— 5S27. Allen Grubb Palmer, b. 11-20-1S9C; d. 12-10-18P6. 

IX— :.^:'8. Joseph P. Palmer, Jr., b. l-3-18f'8; d. n-10-189S; both buried atGeig^rtown M. K. 

Church. 

IX— 5S20. Mary D. Palmer, b. 4-26-1S09, at Berks Co., Pa. 

IX— 5S30. Linda Margaret Palmer, b. 6-13-1901, at Chadd's Ford, Pa. ■ . 

IX— tS.?]. Eleanor Lewis Palmer, b. 1-9-19U3, at Chadd's Ford, Pa. 

IX— 5S32. Emlen Snowden Palmer, b. 4-27-1909, at Lansdowne, Pa. 

VIII— 2886. MARY DARLIXGTOX PALMER, b. 5 mo. 11, 1868; 
d. I mo. 22, 1892, at Chester. Pu.; buried at Concord Mtg. 

She graduated at the h.ead of her class at Swarthmore College in 1890. 
then went to teaching at Triencls' Central School, Philadelphia, Pa. She was 
taken ill with the then prevailing epidemic of grip, which turning to typhoid 
fever, caused her death. Her lovely character had endeared her to all v.-ith 
whom she became acquainted and the following stanzas is a fitting tribute from 
a former teacher : 

IN MEMORIAM. 

Mary D. Palmer, Jan. 22, 1892. 
How fle«t the years of measured being run, — 

The gracious years of beauty, fair and sweet; 
But who shall say thy life was incomplete. 
Though end and purpose seem to us unwon? 
How can we know when any task is done? 

We walk in twilight, full of doubts and fears. 

And oft our eyes ai'e blinded with our tears, 
And we heed not the glory of the sun-.. 
. , Sweet peace to thee, O friend, immortal grown, 

The morning brings, whose glory has begun 

In soundless dawn above our shadow-landl 
Why life should fail with budded hopes unblown, 
Or fairest lilies perish one by one, 

Perchance hei-eafter we shall understand. 

— Dr. Benj. F. Lcggett, in Zion's Herald. 

VIII— 2887. AXXA T. PALMER, b. 10 mo. 26. 1869: d. 10 mo. 14. 
1870. 

VIII~2888. EDWIX LEWIS PALMER, b. 3 mo. 4. 1871 : m. AX- 
NA DORA FREXCH 3 mo. 23, 1896. in Friends' Mtg.. 15th and Race 
Sts., Philadelphia. Pa., dau. of Charles S. French" and Anna Bowman, b. 5 
mo. 21, 1869, at Philadelphia. Pa. 

He learned the machinist trade at the Baldwin Locomotive Works. Phil- 
adelphia, and has remained eve since with that company. He now resides 



Note.— Charles S. French, b. 9-21-1829, was a son of William H. French and 
Elizabeth B. Atkinson, dau. of John Atkinson and Elizabeth Borton. grandau. of 
Samuel Atkinson and Esther Evans. William H. French, was a son of Charles French 
and 1st wife ^^artha Hazelton. Charles was a son of Samuel French and Sarah Hew- 
lings. Samuel was a son of Charles French, Jr.. and Ann Clement. Charles, Jr., was 
a son of Charles and Eleanor l>mch. Charles was the third son of ninp children of 
Thomas French, who m. Jane Atk'-'ns, 1660; came 7-23-1680 to Burlington Co., N. J., and 
took 400 acres of land in the vicinity of Rancocas. Anna Bowman, b. 1-1-1 8:18; d. 3-14- 
1890, was a dpu. of John Bowman and Ann Comly, of Byberry. Pa.. Ann being a dau. 
of John Comly, a distinguished ed\icator; author of a grammar, spelling book &c,, 
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in a lioine. "Hilcrest," at Secane Highlands, with address Primos, Delaware 
Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— .iS^3. C.-irollne French Palnipr, b. 8-1-1S97; d. 5-19-1898. 
IX— 58."4. Charles Lewis Palmer, b. 2-4-1899; d. 8-8-1900. 

Both of these were b. and d. at 3204 Hamilton St., Phila. 
IX— 5835. Elizabeth Comly Palmer, b. 7-23-1902, at "Hilcrest." 
IX— 5836. Edwin Lewis Palmer, Jr., b. 3-2G-1906, at "Hilcrcst." 

VIII— 28S9. SAMUEL C. PALMER, b. 4 mo. 27, 1874; m. .MAR- 
GARET BANCROFT SWAYNE 8 mo. 6. 1902, dati. of William Swayne* 
and Mary Anna Thompson, of Kennett Square, Pa., b. there 7 mo. 9. 1881. 

He graduated at Swarthmore College, in 1895; he then became a teacher 
and later, for five years, vice principal of the Swarthmore Preparatory School. 
Arthur Tomlinson principal; now (19O8) is pursuing a course in Biology at 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Children : — 

IX— 5837. Samuel Copeland Palmer, b. 12-6-1904, at Swarthmore, Pa. 
IX— 583S. Katharine Palmer, b. 12-7-1908, at Cambridge, Mass. 

VII— 1000. EDWIN H. PALMER (Charles 6), b. 2 mo. 24, 184 1 ; d. 
10 mo. 22, 1863 ; unm. 

He graduated at the Veterinary Coll'^ge of Philadelphia. He settled and 
was in active practice at West Chester. Pa. He w^as also with a cavalry regi- 
ment during the Civil War, and died of fever contracted in the serivce. 



Note. — William Swayne, b. 9-16-1851, was a son of Benjamin W. Swayne, b. 
7-14-1827, and Margaret Bancroft, b. 11-14-1830; d. 5-S-1S52, a dau. of John and Susan 
Bancroft, of Philadelphia, and John was also a son of John Bancroft who emigrated 
from England. 

Benjamin Swayne, son of William Swayne and Mary Ann Marshall, dau. of 
Jacob Marshall and Elizabeth Worth. William Swayne, was a son of Benjamin Swayne 
and Stisanna Woodward. Benjamin was a sou of William Swayne, b. 1721; d, 17S5. 
and Ann Pusey, and William was a son of the emigrant from Berks, England. Mary 
Anna Thompson, b. 3-27-18.55; d. 12-4-1S84. was a dau. of Eli Thompson and second 
wife Deborah Swnyne, who were m. 2-18-1852, she being a dau. of Enoch Swnyne and 
Elizabeth Chambers. Eli Thompson, b. 4-15-1825; d. 2-8-1903, was a eon of Joel Thomp- 
son and Rachel Spencer, who were m. 3-11-1824, she being a dau. of Jn=^oph Spencer 
and Rebecca Good. Joel Thompson, b. 6-2-1799; d. 7-20-1874, was a son of Eli Thonip--on 
and Elizabeth Wilson, who were m. 4-11-1798. she being a dau. of Ephraim Wilson and 
Elizabeth Johnson. Eli Thompson, b. 10-14-1770; d. 4-19-1840. was a fon of Daniel 
Thompson and Elizabeth Chambers, who were m. 10-25-1764, she being a dau. of William 
Chambers and Elizabeth Miller. Daniel, b. 11-16-1737, was a son of James Thompson, 
Jr., and Sarah Worsley, who m. 3-22-1735. She, b. 4-2-1717, was a dau. of Daniel and 
Sarah, of New Castle Co., Del. James Jr., b. 8-26-1712, was a son of .lanies Thompson 
and Ann Hollingsworth, who were m. 8 mo. (Oct,), 1700. She was a dau. of Valentine 
Hollingsworth and Ann Calvert, b. 10-28-1680, at Belluriskerannell, Armagh, Ire. James, 
Sr., b. 8 mo., 1668, in Donald Parrish, Wickloe, Ireland; d. 1712. before his father 
and also before the birth of his young-st son. He was a son of John Thompson and 
Jane Humbles, dau. of Thomas, who were m. 1665 in Ireland, dnd who emigrated to 
West New Jersey with their family in 1677. He was b. at Kirfeuton, Yorkshire. Eng- 
land, 1635; d. New Jersey, 1715, and was a son of Thomas Thompson and wife Eliza- 
beth, who in 1658 removed with their family to Ireland. 



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Issue of Hannah Palmer {No. 268) and Robert Palmer {600). 
(See his record.) 

Issue of Beulah Palmer {No. 270) and Luke Cassin, both born in Upper Prov- 
idence, Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 1002. ELIZABETH H. CASSIX (Beulah, John, John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 5 mo. 3. 1S45: m. \.VILLIAM HOWARD 4 mo. 20, 1870, 
son of Baldwin Howard* and Sarah Ann Smedley, b. 11 mo. 18, 1829; d. 4 
mo. 28, 1881 ; buried in Cumberland cemetery. 

He was a farmer; had purchased and was conducting a large farm near 
Newtown Square, Delaware Co., Pa. His death resulted from the kick of a 
colt, which he and an attendar^t were hitching up for work. The blow was 
in the region of his liver, in which a blood vessel was ruptured. He lingered, 
in great suffering, for six hours, when death ensued. He was very much re- 
spected as an upright, energetic citizen, and his funeral was largely attended 
by his sorrowing relatives and friends. 

Children, b. at Newtown, '["'elav.are Co., Pa. : — 

, VIII— 2890. EDGAR C. HOWARD, b. 3 mo. 15, 1873; unm. 

He had the farm of his father, which he sold in the spring of 19 10, and 
with his mother resides in a nev/ house which she built. She frequently takes 
summer boarders from Philadelphia. The Philadelphia and West Chester 
trolley runs immediately in front of their property. 

VIII— 2891. THOMAS REECE HOWARD, b. 3 mo. 22, 1874; m. 
MARY H. WRIGHT 4 mo. .1, 1908, by Friends' ceremony, in Philadelphia, 
dau. of Charles H. Wright and Martha Fell, b. 10 mo. 4, 1880. 

He was in the milk trade in Philadelphia for several years. He sold this 
out and engaged in keeping teams and hauling in the same city. 

His residence is No. 42 ^lillbourne Ave. 

VII— 1003. ANNA CASSIN (Beulah 6), b. i mo. 6. 1847; m. WIL- 
LIAM DURELL 2 mo. 23, 1864, son of George Durell and Amy Ann Starr, 
b. 7 mo. 16, 1840; d. 7 mo. 2t. 1895, ^^ Devon, Pa. 

He was a farmer ; resided for most part in Upper Providence. Delaware 
Co., Pa. They were legally separated. 



Note.— Baldwin Howard, b. 10-15-1S03; d. 1-27-1S92. was a son of William P. How- 
ard and Rebecca Baldwin, of Edgroont; he lived for many years on part of the original 
Howard farm. He was an earnest advocate of the public school sy.stem when first 
establishf^d and a director in its early days for several years. He was one of the first 
abolitionists and cast a vote for James G. Birney for President in 1S4S. William P. 
Howard was a son of James Howard and his first wife, Alice Pas?niorp, and James was 
a son of Henry Howard, who m. Hannah Sharpless fi-ll-T720. Henry Howard, chris- 
tened Dec. 22, 1089, was probably the emigrant who settled in Edgmont Pa.; he was 
a son of Richard Howard, of Lowt^r Darwen, Lancashire. Eng. ; he d. 10-12-1760. Sarah 
Ann Smedley, b. 6-3-1809; d. 4-7-1S76, was a dau. of Jesse Smedley (George 3, Thomas, 
George) and Mary Matlack, dau. of Isaiah Matlack and Mary Hunter. 



282 PALMER FAMILY. 



M. second, JOHX H. SHILLIXGFORD 12 mo. 18. 18S3. son of 
Charles Shillingford and Sarah Ann Caldwell, b. 11 mo. 21, 1854. 

He is a farmer and bntc'ner and resided on the farm of his father in 
Springlicld Twp. This he sold in 1908 and they now reside in Morton, Dela- 
ware Co., Pa., and he attends the Philadelphia market with meat and farm 
produce. 

Anna's children by first hnsband : — 

VIII— 2892. ELLA DUUELL. h. S mo. 20. 1865: d. 7 mo. i, 1867. 

VIII— 2893. BESSIE R. DURELL, b. i mo. 14. 1S69; m. WILLIAM 
V. HILL Sept. 22, 1S85, son of Peter Hill (son of William) and Elizabeth 
Davis. 

They reside near Swarthniore, Delaware Co., Pa. 

Child :~ 

IX— 5839. John S. Hill, b. April 25. 1S86. He went to the Philippine Islands as a 
musician in the Army. 

Anna's Ch. by second hus'^and. John IL Shillingford: — 

Vni— 2894. BEULAH R SHILLIXGFORD, b. Xov. 9, 1885; m. 
LEON BAKER Jan. i. 1906. son of Alon;:a V. Baker and Emma Wills, b. 
Feb. II, 1882. 

They reside in Morton, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5840. Beulah Cassin Baker, b. Dec. IS. 190G. .• . 

IX— 5841. Leon Baker, Jr.. b. Feb. 28. 1908. 

VIII— 2895. EDWARD C. SHILLIXGFORD, b. Feb. 6, 1S89. 

He resided at his parents' home and assisted in his father's business for 
some years, then engaged with the Philadelphia Traction Co., and later has a 
stage at Morton Station, Mortor.-, Pa. 

Child of Beulah (Palmer) Cassin. by second husband. Thomas Reece, 
born in Upper Providence, Pa. : — 



VH— 1004. LYDIA DAVIS REECE, b. 7 mo. 10, 1859; d. 8 mo. 10, 
1890; m. ROBERT PACKER GREEX 5 mo. 26, 1887, by Friends' cere- 
mony, son of \\'illiam L. Green and Sarah Sharpless. of Media, Pa., b. 11 mo. 
2, 1854. 

He is a civil engineer: wa^ in the West for some time: then returned and 
after m. resided in Media, Pa., with business in Philadelphia. He m. second, 
Dr. Mary Virginia Mitchell 6 nio. 16, 1894, and has since resided at Swarth- 
more, Pa., where she is a practicing phvsician. 

Lydia's children, b. at Media, Pa. : — 

VIII— 2896. Beulah Reece Green, b. 12-24-1888. 

She Giaduuted at Swarthmore College. 1910. 
VIII— 2897. Lydia Davis Green, b. 7-16-1890. 



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Line of John, John, Mo^-es, John, Thomas. 

Issue of Rebecca Palmer {No. 2/^) and Thonas Stez'oiso)}. 

VII— 1012. ELIZA ANN STEVENSON (Rebecca C), b. 4 mo. 5, 
1830 d. ( ?) ; unm. 



VII— 1013. ANNA M. STEVENSON (Rebecca 6), b. 3 mo. 4, 1832; 
d. ( ?) ; unm. 



VII— 1014. GEORGE S STEVENSON (Rebecca 6) b. 7 mo. 26, 
1833; deceased; m. LAURA HAMMON circa 1855 (?). 

She is also deceased. 

Children : — 
Vm— 2898. William Stevenson, b. 12-2.0-1S33. 

He lived a long time with his grandparents; he was a locomotive engineer; he 
went finally to Mexico, where he died; unm. 
VIII— 2899. Ida Stevenson, b. cira, 1847. 

No fui'ther account found. - . 

By Second Husband, John WUlianis. 

VJI— 1015. JOSEPH N. WILLIAMS (Rebecca 6), b. 8 mo. 13, 
1837; deceased; unm. 

VII— 1016. \V. S. WTLLIAMS (Rebecca 6), b. 6 mo. 10. 1S39; de- 
ceased; unm. 



VII— 1017. THO:vIAS E. WILLIAMS (Rebecca, Thomas. John. 
Moses, John, John), b. 3 mo. '■j, 1841; d i mo. 3. i86s; m. ELIZABETH 
HENDRICKSON. 

During the Civil War he joined Com. G, 35th Reg. Iowa Vols, and died 
in the service at Indianapolis, Ind. 

Issue : — 

VTTI— 2900. Chester Thomas Williams, b. 3-31-lSt;3; m. Galton. 

Kis address is, West Liberty, Iowa. He is reported to have become insane. 



VII— 1018. EDMUND A. WILLIAMS (Rebecca 6), b. i mo. 21, 
1843; tl. Dec. — , 1875; bur. at West Liberty, la. ; m. NANCY M. PETER- 
SON 7 mo. 8, 1867, dau. of Pearson G. Peterson (d. 4 mo. 29, 1869) and 
Elizabeth Ann Peterson (d. 3 mo. I9( ?). ^862), b. June 7. 1847. 

Her address is, 1830 17th St, Boulder, Colo. 

Issue : — 



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Vlli— 2901. LIZZIE MAY WILLIAMS b. May 12, 1870: m. JOHX 
CAMPBELL July 5. 1SS6. 

He accidentally shot himself Mar. — . 1894. 

M. second, CHARLES JETMER May 28. 1897. Their address is 

P'ort Logan, Colo. 

Issue by first husband : — 

IX— 5842. Joseph Campbell, b. Oct. 10, 1886. 

IX— 5S43. Pauline Cr.mpbell, b. Jan. 24. 1890; m. Claud G. Lattimer, March 15, 1907. 

Their address is, Fort Logan, Colo. Issue: — 
X— 7444. Lloyd Lattimer. b. Dec. 21. 1907. 
IX— 5844. Albert Campbell, b. July 8, 1892. 
IX— 5845. Infant, b. Jan. lSy4; d. Jan. 1894. 

Issue by second husband ; — 

IX— 6846. Catherine Jetmer, b. Jan. 23, 1901. 
IX— 5847. Arthur Jetmer, b. Aug. 15, 1904. 
IX— 5848. Hazel Marv Jetmer, b. Jan. 2, 1906. 
VIII— 2902. Ix)i3 Albert Williams, b. July 27, 1872. 

His last address given \^as Everett, Wash. He was unm. 
VIII— 2903. Edmund E. Williams, b. Nov. 20, 1S74. 

His mother states that she fears that he was lost in the earthquaks at San Frau- 
cisco, Cal., April 19, 1906, to which place he had gone and has not been heard from 
since that time. He waa unm. 



Vn— 1019. EMELIXE E. \V1LLL-\MS (Rebecca 6), b. 3 mo. 8, 
1845; deceased; unm. 



vn— 1020. JOHX P. WILLTA^siS (Rebecca 6), b. 3 mo. 20, 1847; 
m. (name not given), 4 mo. i^;, 1872. 

His address in 1875, Crescent City, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa. He after- 
wards removed westward, but not found. X^o children reported. 

vn— 1021. ELIZA A. \VILLL\MS (Rebecca 6), b. 6 mo 30, 1849: 
deceased : unm. 



vn— 1022. ABIGAH. A. \\aLLL-\MS (Rebecca 6), b. 7 mo. 22, 
1851 ; m. JOHX LEYDEX 7 mo. 15, 1868. 

M. second. JOHX ROGERS, 11 mo. 3, 1873. 

Their address in 1875. Colona. Henry Co., la. 

Children by first husband : — 

VIII— 2904. Mary Jane Leyden, b. 8-10-18G9. '• ' . ■ t 1 " • . ' 

VIII— 2905. Thomas Leyden, b. 9-30-1870. 



vn— 1023. ^[ARY L. WILUAMS (Rebecca 6). b. 3 mo. 15, 
1854; m. JOHX C. KELLOGG 9 mo. 25. 1860. son of Thomas Kellogg, b. 
in Vermont. 

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M. second, Levi A. LOZIER 12 mo. 4, 1878, son of Cornelius \'an 
Horn Lozier, d. 12 mo. 9. 1881. 

M. third, WILLIAM HODGSOX 10 mo. 29. 1882, b. in England. 

AI. fourth, OSCAR UXDERHILL 9 mo. 29, 1890, who went West 
from New York State. He d. Feb. — . 1897. 

M. fifth, A. J. ROUTH i mo. 22, 1905, son of Isaac Routh and Xancy 
Timons; address. Broken Bow. Xeb. ■ 

Children by first husband : — 

VIII— 2906. BERTHA LOIS ABBA KELLOGG, b. 9 mo. 9, 1870; 
m. THOMAS EARLY Oct. 9, 1887. son of Peter Early and second wife, 
Sarah (McCaully) Cassidy, b. Dec. 2^, 1856, in Hamilton, Ontario. 

He is a farmer, with address Caro, Tuscola Co., Mich. 

Issue : — 

rx— 5849. Mary E. Early, b. Oct. 17. ISSS; ni. Joseph H. Comment, Sept. 17, 1907. 

He is a farmer. Address, Unionville, Mich., R. D. Issue: — 

X— 7445. Louise L. Comment, b. Nov. 17, 190S; d. Feb. 2, 1909. 

IX— 5850. William T. Early, b. Jan. 22. 1S91. 

[X— 5S51. Margaret C. Earlv, b. June 30, 1S92. 

IX— 5S52. Sarah E. Eearlv, b. April 10, 1894. 

IX— 5853. Peter J. Early, b. Mar. 29, 1896; d. Aug. 13, 1899. 

IX— 5854. Emma T. Early, b. Sept. 4. 1898. , - 

IX— 5S55. Annie A. Early, b. April S, 1900.' 

IX— 5856. Bertha F. Early, b. May 2S, 1903. 

IX— 5857. Patrick C. Early, b. Aug. 11. 1905. 

VIII— 2907. AMOS P. KELLOGG, b. Jan. 5, 1872; unm; address, 
Chapman, Kan. 

VIII— 2908. MARGARET REBECCA KELLOGG, b. Nov. 7, 1873; 
m. JAMES MAXDIX June 13. 1888. 

They were legally separated in the spring of 1891. 

M. second, GEORGE FLETCHER DODD, May 2, 1894, b. June 23, 
1869, at Oakland, Ind. 

They were married and reside at Broken Bow, X'eb. 

Issue: — , i 

IX— 5838. Donald Dodd, b. June 2, 1895. 

IX— 5S59. Gladys Hannah Dodd, b. April 18, 1S97. -•--.. 

IX— 5860. Laura Pearl Dodd, b. April 26, 1903. 

IX— 5861. Eva May Dodd, b. Aug. 4, 1905. 

IX— 5862. Marshall Allen Dodd. b. Dec. 25. 1906. 

VIII— 2909. TOHX C. KELLOGG, JR., b. Mar. 16, 1875; m. EDITH 
YAGAR May 20. 1895, at Morrison, 111. 
They were legally separated. 

M. second, MARY FLOREXCE COOK Feb. 29, 1908, 
He is a foreman of a ranch in Chen v Co., with address Seneca, Thomas 
Co., Neb. 

Issue: — 



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IX- 5863. Arthur Grout Kellogg, b. Feb. 7, 1897; d. Nov. 2, 1905. 
Children by second husband : — 

VIII— 2910. SADIE E. LOZIER, b. 10 mo. 7, 1879; d. 10 mo. —, 
1886. 

VIII— 2911. LEVI LOZIER, b. ic mo. 5, 1881; d. 11 mo. 10, 1884. 
Children by third husband : — 

VIII— 2912. ^lARY ALICE HODGSON, b. 12. mo. i, 1883; d. 10 
mo. 22, 1884. 

VIII— 2913. WALTER HODGSON, b. Nov. — 1887; d. Feb — 
1888. 

Children by fourth husband : — 

VIII— 2914. CECELIA UNDERHILL, b. 8 mo. 17, 1891. 
VIII — 2915. Child, b. 6 mo. 28, 1893; ^- 7 "^O- 5> 1894. 

Issue of Phehe Pabiier {Xo. _'//) and IViUiam B. Slack, all born in Baltimore, 

Md. 

VII— 1024. GEORGE A SLACK (Phebe, Thomas, John, :Moses, 
John, John), b. April 22. 1842; m. ^lARY L. ACHEY Nov. 10, 1863, dau. 
of Frederick Achey and Margaret Garrett, b. June i, 1834. 

He was a conductor on passenger tr?ins of the B. & O. R. R., with resi- 
dence in Baltimore, Md. It is thought that he went West, and all trace of 
him was lost. His wife resides with her son at 1410 ]Mosher St., above city. 

Children born there : — .■ 

VIII— 2916. WILLIAM A. SLACK, b. Mar. 28, 1865; d. Dec. 23, 
1894; buried at Mt. Olivet cemeterv: m. MARY RACHENSPEYER Nov. 
29, 1891. 

They resided in Baltimore, ^vld. No issue. She m. second husband, John 
Hesse. 

They reside at 1622 Boker St., Baltimore, Md. 

VIII— 2917. CHARLES HOWARD SLACK, b. Nov. 14, 1875; m. 
MARY FLORENCE PEDRICK June 25, 1902, dau. of George G.>ed^ 
rick and Margaret Heed, b. Aug. 16, 1879. ^'0 issue. 

He is a paperhanger and na inter, and resides at 141 o Mosher St., Balti- 
more, Md. 



VII— 1025. WILLIAM T. SLACK (Phebe 6), b. 1846: d. Dec. 27. 
1861. 

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Union Army in the early part of the Civil War and died of sickness at Fred- 
erick, Md. ; buried at Louden P^rk Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. 



VII— 1026. IDA KATE SLACK (Phebc 6), b. June 22,, 1854; d. 
Feb. 14, 1879; m. ELI T. FPIZZELL May 2, 1877, son of Joshua and 
Sarah E. Frizzell, b. March 6. 1843. 

(Joshua Frizzell, b. Oct. 14. 1810; d. Dec. 28, 1880; Sarah E., b. Sept. 
10, 1813; d. Aug. 19, 1888.) 

Eli was by trade a blacksmith, located at Freedom. Carroll Co., Md. ; later 
address Eldersburgf. Md. She lost her life by her clothing catching fire from a 
range whilst attending to her infant, she only living a day and night afterwards 
in great suffering. 

She had a child : — 
VIII— 2918. Walter Frizzell. b. June 28, 1878; d. June 29, 1S81. 

Issue of Thomas F. Palmer (No. 2/8) and Lamira Hughes. 

VII— 1027. GEORGE A. PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. 10 mo. 12, 

When last heard from he was in Ohio. 

By Second Wife, Sarah Graham. 

VII— 1028. WILLIAM PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. Sept. 20, 1847; 
m. ANNA HAXLEN in the fall of 1874. 

They reside in Pittsburg, Kansas. No ch. 



VII— 1029. ABIGAIL PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. 7 mo. 9, 1850; d. 
4 mo. 3, 1900, at West Liberty, la.; m. JAMES D. POTTER 12 mo. 4, 
1873, son of John and Rebecca Potter, b. 1848. 

His address is West Liberty, la. .■ »> , .s; .•'■ 

Children : — 

VIII— 2919. MINNIE B. POTTER, b. 7 mo. 8, 1874; m. DR. LEON 
LE ROY POSTON 12 mo. it, 1896, b. 8 mo. 14, 1871, in Linn Co., Mo., 
son of Emanuel Poston (b. 11 mo. 14, 1828 in Va.; d. 7 mo. 7, 1906, and Cor- 
delia Campbell, d. 3 mo. 10, 1880). 

He is a dentist and resides in Council BlufTs, Iowa, wuth address 32 ii 
Harrison St.; office, 123 Pearl St. 

Children : — 

IX— 5864. Elmer Emanuel Poston, b. 2-19-1898. 

IX— 5865. James Sheffield Poston, b. 12-9-1904. 

IX— 5866. Gordon Garntld Poston ) ^ . . ^ „ .^no 

1X-5S67. Robert Roland Poston , ^^■'"^' ^- 6-2-1908. 

VIII— 2920. ANNA M. POTTER, b. i mo. 27, 1876; m. DAVIS 



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PETERS 8 nio. 12, 1890, son of George Peters (b. 1853; d. 1876) and Mary 
Lucas, b. I mo. 2, 1871. 

Their address is West Liberty, la. 

Children : — 

IX— 5StS. George D. Peters, b. 2-5-1897. 
IX— 5869. Richard A. Peters, b. 4-3-1899. 
IX— 5870. Barbara I. Peters, b. 10-25-1900. 

VIII— 2921. ETHEL C. POTTER, b. 11 mo. 24, 1887; m. CLYDE 
S. MARTIN 10 mo. 10, 1905. son of John C. Martin (b. 1S53) and Edna 
Russell (b. 1853) b. 12 mo. 7, 1S82. 

Their address is Muscatine, la. No issue. 



VII— 1030. THO^IAS F. PALMER (Thomas P., Thomas, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. April 15. 1852 ; m. SARAH A. DAVIS Jan. i, 1875, 
dau. of Franklin Sawyer Davis and Martha Hanna, b. June 16, 1855. 

He is a farmer and resided at Stillwater, Okla., 17 years from March 
1891 ; removed in Mar. 1908 to Winfield, Kan., R. D. 2. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2922. Rena Palmer, h. Oct. 7, 1875; d. Dee. — , 1884. 

VIII— 2923. Franklin P. Palmer, b. July 23, 1877; m. Minnie Belle Patton, Dec. 25. 1901, 

a dau. of John and Rebecca Patton. 

They reside near Winfield, Kan. No ch. 

VIII— 2924. GUY R. PALMIER, b. Aug. 9, 1883; m. HELEN iMA- 
BEL MASHETER Feb. — , 1905, dau. of William Masheter, of Stillwater, 
Okla. 

He is a fanner, residing near W^infield, Cowley Co., Kan. No. ch. 

VIII— 2925. FRED PALMER, b. Aug. 29, 1885; d. May — , 1887. 

VIII— 2926. GILA GRACE PALMIER, b. Sept. 15, 1888. 

VIII— 2927. ALTA A. PALMER, b. April 26, 1898. 

VII— 1931. IDA MAY PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. July i, 1855; m. 
GRAHAM. 



M. second, LEVI JENNESS. 

They reside in Bruce, Chippewa Co.. Wis. 

Child by first husband : — 

VIII— 2928. Charles Graham. 

By second husband : — 

VIII— 2929. Gertie Jenness. 
VIII— 2930. Clara Jennesa. 
VIII— 2931. Levi Jennees. 

VII— 1032. HANNAH PALMIER, b. July 27, 1858; d. young; buried 
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VII— 1033. HENRY PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. Dec. 5, i860; 
unm. 



VII— 1034. JOSEPH PALMER (Thomas F. 6), b. Feb. 10, 1867; d. 
1891 ; unm. ; buried at Pec'ee, la. 

Line of Tohn% John^ ]Moses, John, Moses. 

Issue of Norris ]V. Palmer {No. 2yg) and Mary Webb, the first three born 

in Wihnington, Del., the fourth in San Francisco and 

the other two in Alameda Co., Cal. 

VII— 1035. KATHARINE \V. PALMER (Norris, Moses, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. 5 mo. .\, 1843. 

Her residence is 2705 Buena Vista Ave., Alameda, Cal. 

VII— 1036. EDWARD TATNALL PALMER, b. 8 mo. 22, 1845; d. 
12 mo. 25, 1853, at San Francisco, Cal. 

VII— 1037. LINVVOOD PALMER (Norris 6), b. 10 mo. 4, 1848. 
He has a ranch at San Luis Obispo, Cal. 

VII— 1038. NORRIS WORRELL Px^LMER, JR. (Norris 6). b. i 
mo. 19, 1854. 

VII— 1039. WTLLIAM WEBB PALMER (Norris 6), b. 5 mo. 24, 
1856; m. ALICE PAN. 

They reside at Alameda, Cal, with ranch near that town; reported by his 
aunt to have had a child : 
VIII— 2932. Name not given, who d. in infancy. 



VII— 1040. MARY E:^IILY PALMER (Norris 6), b. 6 mo. 17. 
i860. 

Issue of Mary Palmer (No. 280) and Josiah Beck, all born in Wilmington, 

Del. 

VII— 1042. SARAH ELIZABETH BECK (Mary, Moses, John. 
Moses, John, John), b. May 20, 1840; bur. Mar. 20. 1SS6 in Wilmington and 
Brandywine Cemetery; m. RICHARD SPENCER, 1871. 

M. second, SAMUEL PYLE. 

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VIII— 2933. George Spencer, Avho was drowned before grown up, whilst In bathing. 



VII— 1043. lOHX .MOSES BECK (Man- 6). b. Feb. 14. 1843; m. 
EMILY CORBETT Sept. 30. 1870, dan of Lewis H. Corbett and Barbara 
McCoonibs, b. Feb. 16. 184S. 

They reside at 412 S. Franklin St., Wilmington, Del. 

Children, born in Wilmington, Del. : — 

VIII— 2934. WILLIAM LEWIS BECK. b. Tune 14. 1872; m. ES- 
THER PETERS April 20. 1891. dau. of Pennell Peters and Mary Twaddell. 
b. June 26, 1872. 

They reside at 1204 W. Second St., Wilmington, Del. He is now (1506) 
on the police force of that city. 

Children born there : — 

IX— 5S71. Grace Beck, b. Jan. 7. 1892. 

IX— 5S72. William Lewis Beck, Jr., b. Feb. 19, 1S94. 

VIII— 2935. FR.VXK C. BECK, b. Aug. 23. 1874; m. LILLIAN 
SELL July 6, 1905. dau. of Francis Sell and Amelia Fogel, b. Dec. 25. 1876, 
at Wcstcottville, Lehigh Co.. Pa. 

They reside at 1 IC9 Reed St.. Wilmington, Del. Xo issue. ', 

VIII— 2936. T. EDMUXD BECK, b. July 28, 1876; m. ROSIE 
(?). Noch. 



He removed to Philadelph/ia (not found). 

VIII— 2937. CLAREXCK BECK, b. May 6, 1878: d. Xov. — , 1878. 

VIII— 2938. FLOREXCE BECK. h. Feb. iS, 1S80; m. HOWARD A. 
BLEST Sept. 29. 1899, b. 1S79. Xo ch. 

He is a car painter, residing in Wilniir.gton, Del. 

VIII— 2939. (a) GERTRUDE BECK. b. July — , 1881 ; d. Aug. — 
1882. 

VIII— 2939. (b) ALFRED BECK. b. July — , 1S81 : d. Aug. — , 1881. 
The last two were twins. 



VII— 1045. JOSEPH EDMUXD BECK (Mary 6). b. Jan. 31, 1848: 
d. Aug. 12, 1884; bur. in Rivervicw Cemetery; m. CATHARIXE EDMUXD 
CARSOX (a widow) April 2^, 1883, dau. of Samuel Moore and Mary Ma- 
tilda Jones, b. Oct. 4, 1841. Xo ch. 

He was an undertaker and furniture maker. She resides at 310 S. Jack- 
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Issue of John Palmer {\'o. 284) and Sarah Cray, all born in Wilmington, Del. 

VII— 1046. MARY GRL'BD PALMER (John, Moses. John, Moses. 
John, John), b. Jan. 14, 1849; tl- -^P"! ^4- 1902; ni. JOHN W. TODD 
May 5, 1874, son of William Todd and Mary \\'eldon, b. Feb. — . 1850; d. 
Feb. II, 1 898; both buried in Wilmington and Brandy wine Cemetery. 

The following' notice is froin a Wilnn'iigrton, Del., paper: — 

John \V. Todd. General Superintendent of the Diamond Staio Iron Company, of 
Wilmington, died this morning at his home. About twenty-five years ago Mr. Todd 
met with an accident by a fall, on alighting from a train of cars which resulted in 
forming an absccis on the leg, near the hip. Several surgical operations failtd to 
remove the troubles, and about two months ago he was taken ill. 

Mr. Todd was born at Riverview. When 20 years of age he became a clerk In 
the Diamond Stato Iron Company, and In 1S90 became General Superintendent, which 
position he held until the time of his death. Mr. Todd was a member of Trinity Epis- 
copal Church. 

Child:— . 

VIII— 2940. Clarence Todd, b. D«c. 13, 1875; d. June 22, 1876. 



VII— 1047. WILLIAM M. PALMER (John 6). b. Jan. 30, 1851; 
m. REBECCA WHITSON Jan. 16, 1871, dau. of John B. Whitson and 
Sarah Townsend, b. Aug. 10, 1854; d. Jan. 9, 1889; buried at Riverview Cem- 
etery. 

M. second. IDA E. COURTNEY Aug. 3, 1893 (widow) dau. of Ben- 
jamin Wells and Mary Semans, b. Atig. 29, 1863. 

He is a tinsmith and roofer, with residence at 241 1 Tatnall St., and office 
at 1910 ^Market St., Wilmington, Del. 

Children, all born in that city : — 

VIII— 2941. (i) CHARLES H. PALMER, b. Oct. 29, 1871 ; d. Sept, 
7, 1872. 

VIII— 2942. (2) MARY G. PALMER, b. Mar. 21. 1873; m. 
CHARLES HENRY MORROW Oct. 4. 1892, son of Robert Morrow and 
Emily Jordon, b. Jan. 28, 1859. 

Fie is a Morocco dresser, and resides at 2008 Market St.. Wilmington, 
Del. 

Children : — 

IX— 5S73. Edna Liiura Morrow, b. May 7, 180.3; d. Aug. 26, 1S95. 

IX— 5874. Francis K. Morrow, b. Oct. 3, 1893. 

IX— 5875. Edward E. Morrov.-. b. Sept. 12, 1809. ^' • 

IX— 5876. Ruth G. Morrow, b. Feb. 16, 1904. 

VIII— 2943. (3) EDITH PALMER, b. Oct. 21. 1874; d. Sept. n, 
1889. 

VIII— 2944. (4) LAURA T. PALMER, b. Atig. 29. 1876: m. JOS- 
EPH PIERCE Oct. 22, 1902, son of Lindsey Pierce and Margaret Jane 
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He is a druggist, with residence at 2J7 W. 22nd St.. Wilmington, Del. 
Child :— 
IX— 5877. Genett Pierce, b. May 18, 1904. 

VIII— 2945. (5) EDWIN B. PALMER, b. May 10, 1878; m. LUCIA 
MILANO Nov. 10, 1910. 

He was a bookkeeper in 1906, with Holstein Harvey, wholesale grocer, 
and later a chemist with Delaware Pnlp Co., Wilmington, Del. 

VIII— 2946. (6) SARAH PALMER, b. Jan. 6, 1880; m. WILLIAM 
DOUGHERTY June 4, 1898. 

He d. Dec. 22, 1903, in Philadelphia. Pa. She afterwards was a nurse in 
Day Nursery, 207 Washington St., Wilmington, Del., until 1907. 

M. second, EUGENE MARSHALL SMITH Mar. 5, 1907; b. 1874. 
Children : — 

IX— 5878. Howard P. Dougherty, b. Sept. 13. 1898. 
IX— 5879. Joseph Dougherty, b. April 28, 1902. 
IX— 5880. iMary Dougherty, b. March 26, 1903. 

VIII— 2947. (7) JOHN PALMER, b. May 7. 1881 ; m. ELIZABETH 
L. GROSS May 9, 1902, dau. of Felix Gross and Catharine Ort, b. Oct. 28, 
1881. 

They reside at 1322 King St., Wilniington, Del. He is a tinsmith and 
roofer in connection with his father. 

Children : — 

IX— 5881. John Palmer, b. Mar. 27, 1903. 
IX— 5882. Catharine Palmer, b. Aug. 21, 1904. 

VIII— 2948. (8) REBECCA PALMER, b. Dec. 30, 1883; m. 

CHARLES HAYDEN June 24. 1902. b. June — . 1879. He is a glazier. 

They reside at 513 Springer St., Wilmington, Del. 

Children : — 

IX— 6883. William Palmer Hayden, b. Aug. 26, 1903. .; ... . ; 

IX— 5884. Elizabeth Rebecca Playden, b. Feb. 27, 1905. ' ^" ' • ■•• . . . • 

IX— 5885. Alice Lucretia Hayden, b. June 5. 1906. 

VIII— 2949. (9) AMANDA ELIZABETH PALMER, b. Aug. 9, 
1885; d. Mar. 8, 1907: bur. Riverview; m. WILLARD BRINTON Sept. 
14, 1905, son of Edward Brinton and Rebecca Pierce, b. Feb. 26, 1884. 

He is a machinist employed at the Edgemoor Iron Works near Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Child:— 
IX— E886. Edward Irene© Brinton, b. Feb. 5, 1907. .1 

VIII— 2950. (10) FLORENCE PALMER, b. Mar. 30. 1887. 
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1852; m. JANE E. MURPHY July 3. 1873. dau. of William Murphy and 
Hetty Hagan, b. Dec. 26. 1853; d. April 22, 1901. 

He resides at 207 West i8th St.. Wilmington, Del. He was for many 
years a salesman in his father's store. 

Children : — 

Vni— 29S1. JOHN WINFIELD PALMER, b. Mav 22, 1874; d. 
Mar. 18, 1876.^ 

VHI— 2952. MARTHA VIRGINIA PALMER, b. Feb. 8. 1877; m. 
HARRY GILLIS April 30. 1902, son of Paul Gillis and Annie Wilson, of 
Newark. Del. b. Aug. 19. 1S73. 

He was elected Sheriff of New Castle Co.. Del., for 1905 and 1906, and 
in 19 10 to the Delaware Legislature. Their residence is the same as her father. 

Child :— 
IX— »S87. Paul Winfield Gillis, b. Aug. 16, 1904. 

By Second Wife, Amanda Gray, sW born in Wilmington, Del. 

Vn— 1049. SARAH HAMPTON PALMER (John 6), b. Oct. 
30, 1858. 

She resides at the parental honie and since her father's death has man- 
aged the business left by him. 

VIII— 2953. RICHARD HAMPTON PALMER, b. Jan. 21, 1884. 
He is a mechanical engineer, a graduate of Delaware College, at Newark, 
Del., 1909. His address is 1908 Market St., Wilmington, Del. 



VII— 1050. JOHN PALMER. TR- (John. Moses. John. Moses. 
John, John), b. Aug. 9. 1S60: m. MARY PFEIFFER April 4. 1888, dau. 
of Frank and Mary Pfeiffcr. of Lancaster. Pa., b. March 26. 1861. 

He studied medicine and graduated at the L'niversity of Pennsylvania in 
1882; has since l>een in active practice of his profession, with residence at I9cx:' 
Delaw^are Ave., Wilmington, Del. No ch.ildrcn. 

VII— 1051. GEORGE W. PALMER (John 6), b. Aug. 25. 1S62; 
unm. 

He has kept a shoe store ard also worked as a machinist; later engaged in 
his father's store. He resides at the hon^estead. 

VII— 1052. HARRY G. PALMER (John 6). b. Oct. 25. 1864: 
d. May 8, 1894: m. ANNIE PENROSE Oct. 22, 1S90. dau. of Samuel C. 
Penrose and Frances Slack, b. July 6, 1867. 

He graduated as a civil engineer at Lehigh College in 1888, and was in 
active service on the P. R. R. i.ntil overl.nken with his last illness; buried at 
Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery. 



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He had residence in Wihnington, Del., where his widow and daughter 
continue. 

Child :— 
VIII— 2954. Fiances Amanda. Palmer, b. July 22, 1891. 



VII— 1083. ELIZABETH PALMER (John 6), b. Jan. 16, 1867; 
m. ROBERT DUNCAN NO^L-\N Oct. 12, 1908, a native of Nova Scotia. 

She taught school for some years, and was a music teacher; also much 
engaged in Sunday School work. 

. He d. Mar. 9, 1910, at Attleboro, 3>Ias3. He was a contractor and build- 
er, with office at 20 Sussex St.. and residence at 16 Newark Ave., Jersey City, 
N. J. 



VII— 1054. ALFRED LEE PALMER, b. Mar. 5, 1869; d. Aug. 
31, 1872. 



VII— 1055. CHARLES BAKER PALMER (John 6), b. June 
27, 1871; m. CLARA EDITH WHITFORD Sept. 7. 1907, dau. of John 
i\I. Whitford and Rebecca Crow, b. Nov. 2^. 1877- 

He was a newspaper reporter; now if insurance trade and resides at Hill- 
crest, near \\''ilmington, Del. 

Issue : — 
VIII- -2955. Clara \^niitford Palmer, b. July 12, 1909. 



VII— 1056. ^L\RGARETTA HARDING PALMER (John 6), b. 
Dec. 17, 1873; d. July 7, 1897; unni. 

She taught school in Wilmington, Del., for several years. She lived with 
her parents and was a general favorite amongst her acquaintances, and her 
early death was a serious loss to the community. 



VII— 1057. AMANDA GRAY PALMER (John 6). b. March 5. 
1876. 

She was a teacher in the primary department of Wilmington, Del., public 
schools; now (1910) instructor in the normal department of the same schools, 
with address, 1908 Market St. 



VII— 1058. ALICE GARY PALMER (John 6). b. July 21. 
1878. 

She is a teacher in the grammar department of Wilmintgon, Del., public 
schools, with address same as above. In 1908 they both took a trip through 
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[ssur of Moses Palmer {\'o. 2S8) aud Annie E. Palmer {\'o. 924), all, except 
the younge^^t, b. in Wilmington, Del. 

VII— 10S9. HOWARD PALMER (Moses. Moses, John, Moses, folip, 
John), b. Vch. II. 1S58: m. MA.RV ELIZABETH WADDLXGTOX Nov. 
26, 1884, dau. of Samuel W'addinglon, from England, and Ellen J. Taylor, 
b. Jan. 20, 1857. 

Pie is on the police force of Wilmington. Del., with residence at 609 
Adams St. 

Children : — 

VIII— 29515. George Noiiiian Palmer, b. Oct. 1, 18S5. 

He is a bookkeeper. He is uum. He resides at the home of his parents. 
Vni— 2957. Jos. Chandler Palmer, b. July 12. 1887. 

He is a machinist. He resides with his parents. 

VII— 1062. LYDIA C. PALMER (Moses 6), b. May 7. 1863; m. 
ALEXANDER A. ATWELL Nov. 28. 1883, son of Benjamin Atwell and 
Amelia Cottenghcm, b. Sept. 2, 1856. 

He was for some years a farmer, then was in the milk trade in Wilming- 
ton, and later on a farm near Newport, Del. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2958. AMELIA COTTINGHEM ATW^ELL, b. Feb. 26, 1886; 
m. WALTER T. ^IcCLINTOCK Jan. 16, 1907. 

They reside near Lobdell's Car Worlis, Wilmington, Del. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5SS8. Ann Elizabeth McClintock, b. Aug. 16, 1908. 

VIII— 29:^9. ANNA PALMER ATWELL. b. April 22. 1887: m. 
ISAAC NICHOLS June — . 1907. 

He is engaged on the P. R. R.. with residence in Wilmington. Del. 

VIII— 2960. LETITIA llELLE ATWELL b. Mar. 26. 1889: m. 
HARRY CUSHING Sept. 11. 1907. 

They reside at 913 Vandever Ave.. Wilmington, Del. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5889. Martin Alexander Gushing, b. Sept. 27, 1908. 

VIII— 2961. ALBERT PAL^.IER ATWELL. b. Feb. 5. 1892. 
VIII— 2962. RACHEL .\!AR1E ATWELL, b. Sept. 28, 1907. ' 

VII— 1063. ANNA PALMER (Moses 6). b. June 11. 1S65: utmi. 
She resides in Wihninijton. Del. 



VII— 1064. MOSES PALMER JR., (Moses 6}, b. April 9. 1867: m. 



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FLOREXXE TALLEY Feb. 14. 1901. dait. of John Hanby Tallcy and 
Lydia Hutchins Street, b. Jan. 13, 1874. 

(John H., b. Mar. 7, 1851, son of Thomas Lee and Mary Ann Talley; 
Lydia II., b. Aug. 9. 1855, a drai. of Amos and Mary Street.) 

>roses is a farmer: manai;t-r of a Dnpont farm at Greenville, New Cas- 
tle Co., Del. 

Children : — 
VIII— 29f;:^. Walter Moses Palmer, b. July 2, 1902. 
VIII— 2964. Harlan Leroy Palmer, b. Sept. 17, 1007. 

VII— 1066. ELLA MAY PALMER (Moses 6). b. May 8. 1870; m. 
JOHN GREENFIELD Dec. — , 1886. son of Richard Greenfield and Re- 
becca Friel. b. Oct. 2y, 1S62. 

He is by trade a butcher, and has been also Levy Court Commissioner of 
New Castle Co.. Del. Lie resides at Tallcyville, Brandywine Hundred, Del. 

Children : — 

VIII— 2965. Kpbeoca May Greenfield, b. May 22. 1S87. 

VIII— 2966. Mabel Palmer Greenfield, b. April 9, 1889. 

She is a dressmaker. 

VIII— 29fi7. John Greenfield, b. Oct. 8, 1S90; d. March 11, 1894. 

VIII— 29r,8. Anna Mnry Greenfield, b. June 18, 1892. 

VIII— 29G9. Walter Wesley Greenfield, b. Mav 10, 1894. 

VIII— 2970. Ella Mav Greenfield, b. April 3. 1896. 

VIII— r971. Edna Greenfield, b. Julv 26. 1897; d. Oct. 22, 1898. 

VITI— 2972. Ethel Greenfield, b. July 26, 1S97; d. Aug. 11, 1898. 

VIII— 297:?. William Dewr.% Greenfield, b. April 21, 1899; d. March Jo. 190.3. 

VIII— 2974. Bertha Challr.i.t Greenfield, b. Mar. 18, 1901. 

VIII— 2975. Amelia At\\-ell Greenfield, b. June 19, 1903. 

VIII— 2976. Richard George Greenfield, b. Mav 23, 1905. 

VIII— 2977. Sarah Elizabeth Greenfield, b. Dec. 10, 190G; d. Dec. 27, 190G. 

VII— 1067. ^L-\RY H. PALMER (Moses 6). b. Nov. 6. 1872: m. 
CHARLES L. STURGES Jan. 18, 1892, son of John Sturgcs and Mary A. 
Callus, b. Jan. 22. 1873. 

He is in the grocery trade with the Geo. B. Booker Co.. with residence at 
1102 Pine St., Wilmington. Del. 

Children : — 
Vni— 2978. Mildred Sturi-es, b. Aug. 7, 1894. 
VIII— 2979. Frank V. Sturges. b. Mar. 3. 1897. 
VIII- 2980. Anna P. Simc^b. b. Dec. 31 ,1898. 

VIII— 2981. Ernest L. Sturgcs, b. Oct. 17. 1900. • 

VIII— 2982. Charles H. Stnrees. b. Sept. 26. 1902. . •. - -,t 

VIII— 2983. Bertha C. Sturges, b. Nov. 20, 1904. ' ' - 

VIII— 2984. Sarah Elizabeth Sturges, b. Aug. 19, 1906. 
VIII— 2985. Jean Lindsay, Sturges, b. Mar. 10, 1910. 

VII— 1068. JOHN PALMER (Moses 6). b. Feb. 6. 1S74: m. 
IDA LARKIN Sept. 19, 1899, at West Chester. Pa., dau. of Capt. Edward 
Larkin* and Lydia A. Broonic;;!, of Betiiel. Delaware Co.. Pa., b. June 16. 
187.^ 

Note.--Capt. Edward Larkin was promoted for merit in the Civil V.'ar. He wa^ 
a son of Benjamin Larkin and I^ivinia Venion. Benjnmin was a son of William 
Larkin and Sarah Carlii~le, and William was a son of Isaac Larkin and Sarah Way. 
all of Bethel, Pa. Lydia A. Broomall, dau. of Thomas Broomall and Ellen Gray. 



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He is a wheelwright, with, shop and residence at lioutii's Corner, Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 20S6. Edwnrd Larkin Pnlmpr. b. May 7. 1900. 
VIII— 2987. John Howard Paliuer. b. Jan. 25, lit04. 
VIII— 2988. Thomas A. Hooth P..liner. b. Oct. 31. 1S07. 



VII— 1069. HETTIE J. PALMER (Moses 6), b. I-en. 11, 1875; 
uiim. 

Her mind became impaired. 



VII— 1070. RACHEL G. PALMER (Moses 6), b. Sept. 3. 1876; m. 
JOHN W. CARTER, JR., Feb. 14, 1900, son of John W. anri Susan Car- 
ter, b. Sept. 10, 1S74. 

They reside in Wilmington. Del. 

Children : — 

VIII— 29S9. Helen I.. Carter, b. Nov. 12, 1901. 
VIII— 2990. Editb H. Carter, b. May 6. 1904. 



VII— 1071. EMMA PALMER (Moses 6), b. Jan. 2, 1878; iinm. 
She resides in Wilmington, Del. 



VII— 1072. BERTHA H. PALMER (Moses 6), b. May 23, 1879; 
m. lOHN CAREY Nov. 18, 1903. son of Thomas and Ella Carey, b. Sept. 

They reside in Wilmington, Del. He is a plumber. 
Issue: — 
VIII— 2991. Lewis Carey, b. Oct. 1. 1909. 

Issue of Sarah M. PaUni:r ( A'*.. 201) and JoJui P. Alhnond, all born in Wil- 

m.ington, Del, 

VII— 1073. MARY P. ALLMOND (Sarah. Closes, John. Moses, 
John, John), b. Oct. 22, 1858; m. FRANKLIN P. TURNER April 17. 1895. 
son of Joseph Turner and Sarah Delaplaine, b. Sept. 2, 1852. 

He is a grocer in Wilmington, Del., with residence at 824 West St. 

Children born there: — 

VIII— 2992. John A. Turn^, b. Feb. 23, 189C. 

VIII— 2993. F. Delaplaine Turner, b. Jan. 29, 1899. < v . •, r ■■ ■■^_ - . 

VIII— 2994. T. Ru.ssell Turner, b. July 9, 1902. , - 

VII— 1074. WILLIAM STEWART ALLMOND (Sarah 6), b. Jan. 
17, 1861; m. RACHEL ALICE GREEN June 24. 1S84. dan. of Johi* 
Green and Rachel P. Home, b. Oct. 19, 1863; d. July 28, 1902. 

He has been associated with his father in the grocery and later brick trade 
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Children born tliere: — 

VIII— 2995. JOHN STEWART ALLMOXD, b. Mar. 24, 1885; ^^ 
Aug. — 1885. 

VIII— 2996. RACHEL ALLMOXD. b. Mar. 24. 1887; m. RICHARD 
WATSON BOND April 3. 190S. son of William Bond and Alice Goodyear, 
b. Aug. —, 1882. 

They reside in Wilmington. Del. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5890. Alice Bond, b. June — , 1909. 

VIII— 2997. JOHN P. ALLMOND, b. May 6. 1891. 

Vni— 2998. WILLIAM STEWART ALLMOND, JR., b. May 14, 
1902. 



VII— 1075. JOHN PECKWORTLI ALLMOND (Sarah 6), b. Feb. 
18, 1864; d. July 18, 1866; unm. 

He had a promising future opening before him. but his life was cut short 
by drowning in the Delaware river. He was with an excursion party and 
there coming up a storm which caused the boat to rock, he was thrown into 
the water, and it being very dark he was unable to be found by those in 
charge of the boat. His body was afterwards recovered and buried in Wil- 
mington and Brandywine Cemetery. 



VII— 1076. CHARLES 31. ALL310ND (Sarah 6). b. Feb. 20. 1866; 
m. EMMA D. LOBDELL Nov. 20, 1SS9, dau. of William W. Lobdell and 
Emma Jones, b. Oct. 20. ( ?). 

He is a physician and dru2;gist. ana at one time had a store at Seventh 
and Market streets, and residence at 1324 West Seventh St., W'ilmington, Del. 

Children born there : — 
VllI— 2999. Sidney Allmond. died in infancy. 

VIII— 3000. W'. Stewart Allmond, b. Aug. 17, 1S91. , . . ^ .. j 

VIII— 3001. Herbert L. Allmond, b. Sept. 5. 1S93. '"''.' •• • 

VIII— 3002. Margaret L. Allmond, b. Aug. T, 1S9.5. • ' ■ •::•''.; 

VIII— 3003. Charles M. Allmond, Jr., b. May 29. 1898. 
VIII— 3004. Bayard W. Allmond, b. Aug. 17. 1904. 



VII— 1077. ESTHER p. ALLMOND (Sarah 6). b. Dec. 13. i868,< 
m. BENJAMIN R. GULICK Sent. 21. 1S97. b. Sept. — , 1855. 

He is a draughtsman, and resides in \\'ilmington, Del. 

Children born there : — 
VIII— 3005. Sarah A. Gulick. b. June 12, 1S99. 
V1II-3U06. Margaret Guliok, b. Jan. 14, 1901. 

VII— 1078. SARAH M. ALLMOND (Sarah 6). b. Jan. 21. 1871 : 



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m. REV. CHARLES T SMALLFY Oct. 9, 1S97, son of Charles Smalley 
and Mary Fisler. 

They went to Bombay, India, where he was engaged in missionary labor 
for four years; returning to this country they settled at }vIahanoy City, Schuyl- 
kill Co., Pa., where he was paster of a church. In 1907 they removed to Pro- 
ve, Utah. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3007. Sarah A. Smalley, b. Dec. S, 1S98, at Bombay. India. 

VIII— 3008. Mary F. Smalley, b. Oct. 3, 1900, at Bombay. India. 

VIII— 3009. Florence Smalley, b. Mar. 2, 19o5, at Mahanoy City, Pa. 

VIII— 3010. Margaret Smalley, b. Feb. — , 1907. 



VII— loSo. FLOREX'CE ALLMOXD (Sarah 6), b. Feb. 7, 1875; m. 
JOHN HARE, JR., Jan. 7, 1897, son of John Hare and Emma Baily, b. 

July— 1874 (?). ^ - 

They reside at Pennsgrove. X. J., where he is cashier of the Pennsgrove 
National Bank. 

Child:— 
\ail— 3011. Willaid A. Hare. b. Aug. 16, 1S98. 

Issue of James Palmer (Xo. 202) and Anna Haickins, all born in Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

VII— 1084. THO-MAS HAWKINS PALMER (James. Moses, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. Tune 4, 1863; m. FLORENCE STURGES July 21, 
1884, dau. of John Sturges and Anna Callis, b. Oct. 31, 1862. 

He was a clerk in a grocery store, with residence 24 W. 20th St., Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Children bom there : — 

VIII— 3012. Ethel Sturges Palmer, b. Julv 22, 1SS5. ' '" 
VIII— 3013. Anna Callis Palmer, b. June 9, 1895; d. Jan. 31, 1897. 
VIII— 3014. James McComb Palmer, b. Dec. 21, 1900. 



VII— 1085. HENRY H. PALMER (James 6), b. July 23. 1865; m. 
MATILDA COPPERBURG Sept. 11, 1889, dau. of Julius and Clara Coi>- 
perburg, b. Feb. 17, 1869, in Hartford, Conn. 

He is a mechanical engineer, residing at 274 Morris St., West Hoboken, 
New Jersey, 

Children : — 

VIII— 3015. Elsie Palmer, b. Feb. 8, 1891. She m. Albert Kaufman, June — , 1910. 
VIII— 3016. Harry Palmer, b. April 2, 1894. 



VII— 1086. ELSIE MILNOR PALMER (James 6). b. Nov. 16, 
1873; d. June 13, 1907; m. EDWIN E. RUTA.N June 10, 1894, son of 
James and Amelia Rutan, b. Jui'e 10, 1868. 



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He is a foreman in the i'rllnian Car Works, at Wilmington, Del., with 
residence at 1007 Kirk Ave. 

He m. a second wife. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3017. E. Palmer Rutaii, b. Jan. 27, 1896. 
Vlll— 3018. Eleanor L. Uutan, b. May lilJ, 1905. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Johx, H-anxait. 

Issue of Abigail Thatcher {Xo. po6) and Sharplcss ll'orrall, born six in Dela- 
ware Co. and five in Chester Co., Pa. 

Vn— 1087. PETER W'ORRALL (^Abigail 6), b. 9 mo. 16, 1833; d. 
2 mo. 19, 1907; unm. 

In his youth he learned coachmaking; before the Civil War he removed 
to Minnesota, where he enlisted in Com. O. Pirst Heavy Artillery, under Capt. 
J. P. W'ilson, and was honorably discharged in Sept.. 1865. He then returned 
to the parental home, where for many years he engaged in watch and clock- 
making and repairing. Pie was buried in Cumberland Cemetery. 



VII— 1088. THO}.lAS T. WORRALL (Abigail, Hannah. John. Moses, 
John, John), b. 12 mo. 2, 1834; d. 12 mo. 22, 1892; m. REBECCA G. GAR-* 
RETT 3 mo. 20, 1862, dan. of Xathan Garrett and Jane Lewis (Elijah, Evan)' 
b. 8 mo. 24, 1839; d. II mo. 21, 1902; both buried at Willistown Friends* 
Mtg. 

He was a merchant, and was located first at Howellville, Pa., then at Ken- 
net Square, Pa., for twenty years: then at Rising Sun, Md., four years, and 
finally at Wayne, Pa., for ten vears. They were Friends. 

Of his wife it was written : "She was the gentlest and most kindly moth- 
er, wife, and friend. Wherever her lot was cast, her sympathies went out to 
suffering humanity in individual helpfulness. Her spirit likewise strengthened 
the effort of organized plvilantbropy and ga\e a steady uplift to reform move- 
ments. A wide circle of friends will long remember her worth and praise her 
virtues." 

Children : — 

VIII— 3019. lAXE S. WORRALL. b. 4 mo. 19, 1863. at Howellville. 
Pa. 

She is a bookkeeper at Wayne, Delaware Co., Pa. 

VIII— 3020. NATHAN SHARPLESS WTJRRALL. b. 4 mo. 29. 
1865, at Kennett Square; m. SARA FLOWERS 10 mo. 26, 1904, dau. of 
Joseph Flowers and Hannah Palmer Rich., b. 12 mo. 17, 1871. 

He is a merchant. They reside at Wayn.e, Delaware Co.. Pa. ; no issue. 

VIII— 3021. CHARLES THATCHER WORRALL. b. 7 mo. 17. 



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1868; d. I mo. 19. 1908; m. Bi'iSSlK iJlEflL 4 mo. 12, 1899, dau. of George 
Wellington Biehl and Emma Morgar. b. •; mo. 12. 1874, at Reading, Pa. No 
children. 

They resided at Wayne. Pa., wliere he was a merchant. 

VIII— 3022. HELEN D. WORRALL, b. 11 mo. 29, 1875, at Kennett 
Square. Pa.; m. HARRY CORXISH IIADLEY^ 6 mo. 6, "1906, son of 




HADLEY COAT OF ARMS. 

Azzure, a chevron between three amulets or over all a fesse of the second 
as many martlets gules. 

The crest. Upon a mount rest falcon billed or supporting in the dexter claw 
a buckle argent and holding in the three ears of wheat on the second. 

Motto: "God is my nelp." 

Theodore Daniel Hadlev and Elizabeth Ann Cornish, b. 10 mo. 16. 1871, at 
Manlitis, N. Y. 

He is a druggist at Wayne. Delaware Co.. Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 5S91. Helen Rebecca Hadley, b. 3-12-10u7. 
IX--5S92. Henry Cornish Hadley. b. D-3-ltH">9. 



VII— 10S9. WILLIAM TiEXRY WORRALL (Abigail 6), b. 11 mo. 
5, 1836; m. SUSANNA G. KIRK i mo. 24, 1861. dau. of Simpson Kirk 
and Alice Grim, b. 8 mo. 24. 1S39. 

He is a funeral director; also a merchant with residence at Kennett 
Square, Pa. 

Children born there : — 

VIII— 3023. ALICE K. WORRALL, b. 6 mo. i, 1861; m. HENRA' 
J. GAWTHROP 2 mo. 22, 1883, son of James Gawthrop and Sarah Ridg- 
way, b. I mo. 14. 1856. 



Note. — He traces his ancestry as follows: Theodore Daniel (7), was a son of 
Jacob Hadley and Salva Northrup; Jacob (Oi. was a son of "William Hadley and Elizabeth 
Warner; William (3j, was a son of Joseph Hadley and Rebecca Dyckman; Joseph (4). 
was a son of George Hadley and ; George (3). was a son of Joseph Had- 
ley and Mary Richardson; Joseph (2). wa.s a son of George Hadley and Proctor. 

George (1), landed in Mass. from England prior to 16oft and settled at Ipswich, Mass. 

Elizabeth .A.nn (4), was a dau. o: Henry Cornish and Ann Holmes Jobson; Henry 
(3), son of James Cornis-h and Ann Mr.clntyre; Jame.=? (2). was a son of John (.1) and 
Elizabeth Cornish. 

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He is a farmer, wirii address Acrthbrook, Pa. 
Children : — 

IX— 5S93. James HoTrard Ga-vvthrop. b. 11-19-1883. 

IX-5S94. Charles F^iederick Gawthrop, b. 7-5-lSSG. 

IX— 5895. Norman Worrall Gawthiop. b. 9-19-lSSS. 

IX— -5S96. Sarah Ridgway Gawthrop, b. 0-10-1S91. 

VIII— 3024. ABBIE T. WORRALL, b. 6 mo. 6, 1863; m. CHARLES 
L. CHANDLER 11 mo. 6, 18S6, son of Lindley Chandler and Lydia Jane 
Preston, b. 11 mo. 28, 18 — . 

He is a farmer, residing in Ker.nett Twp., Chester Co., Pa., with address 
Keimett Square, Pa. 
Children : — 

IX— :;S97. Helen Chandler, b. 11-5-18S7. 

IX— 5S9S. Rose R. Chandler, b. 2-28-1SS9; d. 4-12-1904. 

IX— 5S99. Worrall Chandler, b. 2-12-1896. 

VIII— 3025. ^vIARY T. WORRALL, b. 12 mo. 8, 1865; iinm. 
She resides at Kennett Square, Pa. 

VIII— 3026. ANNA WORRALL, b. June 14, 1869; m. FORREST 
C. I^IacCORKLE June 5, 1902, son of Charles H. i^^IacCorkle and Rhetta 
Carl, of Bucks Co., Pa., b. Aug'. 25. 1871. 

He is a machinist and resides at 241 Conover St., Burlington, N. J. 

Children : — 

IX— 59(X>. Ralph Worrall MacCorkle, b. Dec. 5, 1903; d. Jan. 4, 1905. 

IX— 5901. Harold Kirk MacCorkle, b. Mar. 2, 1905. 

IX— 5902. Eleanor Mary MacCorkle, b. Sept. 14, 1906. 

IX— 51^03. William Worrall MacCorkle, b. Nov. 27. 1907. 

VIII— 3027. ROSE R. WORRALL. b. 7 mo. 23, 1872; d. 10 mo. 31, 
1874. , 

VIII— 3028. WILLIAM! S. WORRALL b. i mo. 5, 1876; m. ELIZA- 
BETH RICHARDS 4 mo. 5. 1906. dau. of Thompson Richards and Anna 
Mary Scarlett, b. 5 mo. 2"], 1876. 

He is in company v/ith his father as funeral directors; also have furnish- 
ing store. Their residence is Ktnnett Square, Pa. 

Issue : — 
IX— 5904. Elizabeth M. Worrall, b. 12-18-1907. ; . , 

Vill— 3029. LAURA K WORRALL, b. 11 mo. 13, 1884. 
She resides with her parents. ;• 



VII— 1090. ELIZABETH S WORRALL (Abigail 6), b. 11 mo. i. 
1838; d. 10 mo. 18. 1907; m. GRANVILLE WILLIAMS 2 mo. 14, 1861, 
son of Nathan Williams (Jesse) and Esther Pratt, b. 6 mo. 5, 1836; d. 9 mo. 
4, 1901. 



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He was a farmer, with farm in \\ iliistown, Pa. After his death bhe re- 
sided in West Cliester. Pa. Both are buried at Goshen Mtg. 
Children : — 

VTII— 3030. Ellwnod Williams, b. 1-20-1S62: d. 8-24-1864. 
Vlll— 3031. Esther P. Williams, b. 10-15-1863; d. S-23-1S64. 

VIII— 3032. ABBIE T. WILLIAMS, b. 3 mo. 6, 1865; m. HARRY 
R. SHARPLESS 9 mo. 10. 18S5. son of Joseph G. Sharpless and Mary E. 
Stephens, b. S mo. 20, 1864: d. Tan. 22, 1905; bur. at Greenmount Cemetery. 

She resides at 125 E. Lacey St.. West Chester. Pa. 

The following notice is taken from a local paper: 

HARRY R. SHARPLESS. 
1-22-1905. 

In his forty-first year, Harry R. Sharpless. of Lacey street, died last evening at 
the Chester County Hospital, about six o'clock. 

Mr. Sharple?s had been fatally injured in fnlling from a forty-foot windmill 
tower et the home of Ritner Menough, near Gradyville, on Friday aiternoon. .\ 
broken ankle and internal wounds resulted. It was thought on Saturday morning 
that the left icot would be amputated, but the suigeons upon assembling' about his 
cot, decided that he v,-as not strong- enough to undergo the ordeal, and the operation 
was postponed. He grew weaker, suffering greatly until the end. 

Mr. Sharpless was boiii in We-t Goshen, remained on the farm until he was 
well grown, and then went to Minneapolis, where he made his home with an uncle 
and attended school during a period of about four years. Returning east he remained 
here farming and following other occupations, until his accident. For several years 
he was in the employ of Edward Brinton, and later was in business on North Walnut 
street. For about five years he had b-^en with George J. Palmer, West Chester, Pa. 

Mr. Sharpless was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, attending 'regular- 
ly, and his children belonged to the Sabbath School. 

Children, born two in East Goshen, and the rest at West Chester, Pa. : — 

IX— 5905. Clarence Joseph Sharnless. b. P-5-1886; d. 3-26-1906. 

IX~5906. Marian Elizabeth Shirpless, b. 9-9-18S7. 

IX— 5907. Ralph Granville Sharpless. b. 6-2-1890. 

IX— 5908. Harry Reeder Sharpless. b. 9-2C-1S92. 

IX— 5909. Aubrey Thatcher Sharpless, b. 12-15-1895. 

IX— 5910. Osmond Sharpless, b. 4-22-1898 . 

IX— 5911. Byron Calvert Sharpless, b. 8-20-1904; d. 9-10-1904. 

VIII— 3033. LOUIS l\ WILLIAMS, b. 11 mo. 11, 186;; m. :MAR- 
TPiA E. LARKIX 6 mo. 6. i;iOO, uau. of John Larkin and Rebecca A. Kim- 
ble, of East Erandywip.e. Chester Co., b. 4 mo. 9, 1864. 

They resided first at Iionevbrook and since at 419 W. Barnard St.. West 
Chester, Pa. He is a clerk in the construction office of Bell Telephone Co. 

Child:— ^'••' '.-M .-•< 

IX— 5912. Earl Williams, b. Aug. 22, 1903. 

Vlll— 3034. NATHAN VsTLLIA]MS. b. 4 mo. 10, 1870; d. 10 mo. 14. 
1904; bur. at Concord Mtg.; m. ETTA TAYLOR 10 mo. 9. 1895. dau. of 
Joel Taylor and ^Larg■aret Mendenhall. b. ^ mo. 20, 1868, in Thornbur>'. 

They resided in West Chester. Pa., where he was engaged in the spoke 
and wheel works. 

Child:— 
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VIll— 3035. EM^IA GERTRL'DK WILLIAMS, b. 5 mo. 23. 1872; 
m. JOSEPH liARVEV GARRETT 9 mo. 17. 1901, son of Harvey S. 
Garrett and Mary D. W'orrall. b. 7 mo. u. 1S71. 

He is engaged w itii liis father, who has liad a paper mill in Willistown 

Twp., Chester Co., where thev reside. 

Child :— 
IX— 6914. Norman W. Garrett, b. 1-10-1905. 

Vni— 3036. GRANVILLE CHARLES WILLIAMS, b. 10 mo. 10, 
1876; unm. 

He is employed with the Bell Telephone Company. 



VII— 1091. LEWIS PHILIP WOPRALL (Abigail 6), b. Nov. 11, 
1840; d. Feb. 5, 1905; bur. at Cumberland Cemetery; m. JOSEPHINE VIR- 
GINIA PAFF Dec. 2^^, 1869. dau. of John Henry Patt and Mary Catharine 
Steele, of Hempstead. L. I., b. there July 22,. 185 1. 

(John Henry, a son of Gc^jrge and Susanna Paff, b. 1827; ]Mary C, a 
dau. of Samuel and Hannah Steele, b. 1827). 

He was a merchant in New York City, with residence in Brooklyn. Since 
his death his widow and family have resided in Philadelphia, with address 
(1906) i503GratzSt. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3037. Maipa F. Worrnll, b. July 22. 1S72, at New York. 

She m. James A. Fields, Jr., May 13, 1905, of Riverton, N. J. He is in the 

advertising bu.siness in Philadelphia. Child: — 
IX— 5915. Donald V\'ori-all Fields, b. May 2, 1906. 
VIII— 3038. E. Reita Worrall, b. Oct. 17, 1874, at Sugartown, Pa. 
VIII— 3039. Lewis P. Worrall, b. Feb. 19, -S77; same. 

VIII— 3040. Mark A. Worrall, b. Jan. 21, 1879, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. there Dec. 6, 1SS3. 
VIII— 3041. Vern L. Worrall, b. Dec. 22, ISSO, at Sugartown, Pa. 
VIII— 3042. Nadine C. Worrall, b. April 22, 1S84. 

VIII— 3043. Herbert Jerome Wonrtll, b. July 10, 1SS6; d. July 30, 1887. 
VIII— 3044. Zelma L. Worrall, b. Sept. 18, 1888. 



VII— 1092. ANNA MARY WORRALL (Abigail 6), b. 9 mo. 10, 
1842; d. 2 mo. 19, 1899; bur. a: Union Hill Cemeterv; m. JOHN ELWOOD 
WORRALL 9 mo. 10, 1863, son of Ricliard T. Worrall and Mary Ann Wil- 
son, b. 5 mo. 2, 1841. at Nether Providence, Pa. 

(Richard, son of John Worrall and Hannah Thatcher, b. i mo. 21, 1804; 
d. 7 mo. 14, 1847. ^lan' Ann, dau. of Thomas Wilson and Ann Willetts. b. 
7 mo. II, 1808; d. 12 mo. 6, 1873.) 

ANNA M. WORRALL.. 
J)-19-1899 

At 11 o'clock last night Anna Mary- Worrall. wife of J. Elwood Worrall, of K^n- 
nett Square, was released from a bed of suft'erlni::; unon which she has lain for four 
years. The deceased had been during this long period afflicted uith a cancer, which ren- 
dered her an invalid and great sufferer. Many times during the past two or three years 
she had apparently passed to the border of the other world, but rallied with an endur- 
ance which gave hope to her family and friends that she would be spared for some 
years, even though recovery seemed remote. Her father was engaged in mercantile 
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Siipartown, where she was reared and etlucatrd. She married and returned with her 
husband to Siigartown, where ho carried on store keeping for several years. 

They afterwards moved to Compasi^ville. LaIlca^•ter couniy, and were for sevovol years 
engaged in business in West Chester, from which place they came to Kennett Square in 
1SS2. Mr. Worrall has be-en since that time one of the leading merchants of that bor- 
ough, and his attractive wife won many friends in the place, as she did else^vheic She 
was a domestic, motherlj' woman, a devoted wife and possessed a cheerful winning 
disposition. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3045. RICHARD THATCHER WORRALL, b. 5 mo. 8, 
1865, at Sugartown; m. MARY C WTLKIXSOX 4 mo. 29. 1902. dan. of 
Lorenza Wilkinson and Lillie Fry, b. 12 mo. 19, 1877. in Philadelphia. 

He has a store in company with his father and also has greenhouses with 
residence at Kennett Square, Pa. 

Children, born at Kennett Square: — 

IX— 5916. Lilly Ella Worrall, b. 5-22-1903. 
IX— 5917. Edith Grace Worrall, b. 6-4-1905. 

VIII— 3046. ELLA RAYNOR WORRALL. b. 4 mo. 7. 1867, at 
Sugartown; m. TPIOMAS P. WORTH 2 mo. 20, 1889, son of Isaac P. 
Worth and Annie Pennypackcr. 

He has a farm of 167 acres in Vv'est Bradford, Chester Co.. Pa. They 
both attend Friends* meetings. Xo children. 

VIII— 3047. SHARPLESS WORRALL, b. 6 mo. 5, 1870; m. BELLE 
FARRON 4 mo. 4, 1895, dau. of George and Ella Farron, b. 7 mo. 26, 1876 
in Wilmington, Del. 

Children, born at Kennett .Square, Fc. : — 

IX— 5918. Charles S. Worrall, b. 2-28-1896; d. 8-29-1807. 
IX— 5919. Anna M. Worrall, b. 4-21-1900. 

VIII— 3048. HOWARD WTLSOX WORRALL. b. 10 mo. 10, 1873, 
at Sugartown: unm. 

He is an electrician with rc?idence at Philadelphia. Pa. 

VIII— 3049. ELLWOOD PAUL WORRALL. b. 7 mo. 17, 18S2. at 
Kennett Square, where he resides ; unm. 



VII— 1093. CHARLES THATCHER WORR.XLL (Abigail 6), b. 
9 mo. 5, 1844; d. 10 mo. 10. 1862; unm. 

He enlisted in Com. I, 124 Pa. Vol. Reg. during the Civil War and died 
at Maryland Heights. 



VII— 1096. HAXXAH S. WORRALL (Abigail 6). b. 3 mo. 9. 
1851 ; m. HILLERY JOHX Dec. 31, 1874, son of Jacob E. John and Min- 
erva White, b. Oct. 2, 1845, at East Goshen; d. May 3. 1904, at Sugartown, 
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widow and children continue. He was bur. at Greenmount Cemeterv, near 
West Chester. Pa. 

Children born there : — 

VIII— .3050. Clyde Barnard John. b. Sept. 10, 1875. 

He has the store of his father in company witli his brother. 
VIII— 3051. Ethel Roslyn John. b. Jan. 28, 1877; d. Dec. 30, 1895. 
VIII— 3052. Beatrice Palmer John, b. Feb. 23, 1S70. 
VIII— 3053. Hubert DeWarel John, b. Oct. 29. 1S83. 
VIII— 3054. Marguerite John, b. June 18, 1S86. 

Issue of Isaac ThalcJicr (No. 2p/) and Lydia JVilliains, the six oldest b. m 

Middletown, the three next in Concord, and the two younger 

in Edgmont, Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 1099. ANNA MAKY THATCHER (Isaac. Hannah. John, 
Moses, John, John), b. 2 mo. 10, 1845, in Middletown Twp. ; m. L^VI 
HOOPES, M. D., 2 mo. i, 1866, son of Pennock Hoopes and Harriet B., 
dau. of Issacher Ploopes, b. 6 mo. 23, 1842. 

(Pennock, son of Benjamin Hoopes and Phebe Pennock and Issacher, a 
son of (4) Joshua Hoopes (3 Diniel. 2 Daniel, i John), ). 

Dr. Levi Hoopes graduated as a Honioeopathic Physician and settled at 
Pottstown. Montgomery Co. In Jan. 18SS he removed to West Chester, Pa., 
where he continues in active practice with, address No. 15 South Church St. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3055. EVA HOOPES, b. 5 mo. 2^, 1867:111. WILLIA:M KERR 
3 mo. 14, 1889, in Friends' Mtg, West Chester, Pa., son of George Kerr and 
!NIargaret C. Pollock, b. 5 mo. i, i860, near Downingtown. Pa. 

He is a paper manufacturer in company with his three brothers, and they 
have a mill near Downingtown. Pa. 

Child :— 

IX— 6920. Everett H. Kerr, b. 7-10-1891. 

VIII— 3056. RHETTA W. HOOPES. b. 2 mo. i^. 1869; m. CLEM- 
ENT STARR BRINTON 6 mo. 18, IQ04. in Friends' 'Mtg.. West Chester. 
Pa., son of Samuel L. Brinton and Elizabeth Smith, of West Goshen. Pa. 

He is a chemist, and resided for a time at Washington, D C, where he 
was chief of the Government Laboratory : afterwards removed to Haddon- 
field. N. J., and is now Chief of the Port I^n.lxDratory in Philadelphia. 

Children : — 

IX— 5921. Ruth Hoopes Brinton. b. 11-23-190-5. at Washington. D. C. 
IX— 5922. Samuel Thatcher Brinton, b. 2-7-190.^, at Haddonfield. N. J. 
IX— 5923. Alice Ferree Brinton, b. 2-2-1910, at Haddonfield, X. J. 

VIII— ^057. ISAAC PENNOCK HOOPES, b. 7 mo. 2y, 187'.. at 
Pottstown. Pa.; m. A:^IY WILSON CRAVEN 6 mo. 21. 1905. of Ir>iand, 
Bucks Co., Pa., dau. of Charle.^ B. Craven and Maria Mathews, b. circa. 18S0. 

They removed to Seattle. Wash., where he was secretary of the commer- 
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IX— 5924. Grace Craven Iloopes, b. 6-23-1906. 
IX— 6925. Kdna Thatcher Hoopes. b. 12-1S-1907. 

VIII— 3058. LEVI LLEWELLYN HOOPES, b. 9 mo. 29. 1S77; ni. 
Z. ZAY ENGLE S mo. 29, 1906, in \V?.shington, D. C, dau. of David Au- 
gustus Engle and Mary Catheii.ie Dcntlei. b. 3 mo. z-j, 1882, at Watsontowii, 
Northumberland Co., Pa. 

They resided first at Gcneseo. N. Y.. where h.e was physical director in 
the State Normal School; then at Miami College. Oxford, O. ; then at The 
James Miliken University, Decatur, III.. A\liere lie was Director of Physical 
Training; then removed to Kraisas City, Mo., where he is engaged as Physi- 
cal Trainer in the Westport liigh School 

Issue : — 
IX— 5926. Dorothy Hoopes, b. 5-2-1909. at Decatur, III. 

VII— II02. TESSE W. THATCHER (Isaac 6), b. 5 mo. 18. 1850: 
m. ELIZABETH BLAKEY 2 mo. 12, 1S74, dau. of Paxson Blakey and 
Letitia Smith, of Ouakertown, Bucks Co.. Pa., b. 12 mo. 21, 1848. 

He graduated as a homoeopathic physician at Halmemann College, Phil- 
adelphia, in 1871 ; settled first at Ouakertown, Pa. In 1874 he removed to 
3500 Plamilton St., Philadelphia, and continued in active practice. 

Children, all born in Philadelphia : — 

VIII— 3059. PAXSON BLAKEY THATCHER, b. 3 mo. 25. 1875; 
m. BLANCHE ANTIONETTE WARNER 11 mo. 17, 1903, dau. of 
George and Antionette Warner, b. 11 mo. 17, 1S83. in Paris, France. 

He graduated at University of Pennsylvania in 1899. He is a physician 
with residence at 52nd and Parrish Sts.. Philadelphia. Pa, 

Child:— . ■ 

IX— :.927. Genevieve R. Thatcher, b. 8-15-1004. • '• ' :"- • ', 

VIII— 3060. LETITIA A. THATCHER, b 12 mo. 17. 1878; m. AR- 
THUR LEVIS BUNTING i mo. 15;. 1902, so!! of Joseph Bunting and 
Hannah Levis, b. i mo. 6, 1880. 

They reside at 4244 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5928. Arthur Levis Bunting. Jr., b. 4-9-1502: d. 2-16-1901. ' ' c, w .' iv. 
IX— 3929. Norman Thatcher Bunting, b. 11-31-1903; d. 5-27-1006. 

VIII— 3061. LILLIAN THATCHER, b. 7 mo. 21, 1880; unm. 
She resides with her parents. ; . . 

VIII— 3062. JESSE KARL THATCHER, b. 10 mo. 29. 1882; d..6 
mo. 9, 1883. 

VIII— 3063. ROY^\L J. THATCHER, b. 9 mo. 25. 1883 ;imm. 
He is a machinist, engagetl in automobile construction, and resides with 
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VIII— 3064. JESSE W. THATCHER, JR., b. 1 mo. 27, 1885 ;d. 5 
mo. 9, 1885. 

VIII— 3065. ROBERT THOMAS THATCHER, b. 9 mo. 27, 1889. 
Now (1907J pursuing his studies. 



VII— 1 104. SAMUEL ROBERT THATCHER (Isaac 6), b. 5 mo. 
22>, 1853; d. 10 mo. 23, 1904; unm. 

He continued on the farm of hiz father until it was sold; afterwards Hved 
in West Chester, Pa. 



VII~ii05. LYDIA EMMA THATCHER (Isaac 6), b. 6 mo. 6, 
1854; d. 9 mo. I, 1902; unm; both slie and her brother above buried at Goshen 
Mtg. 

She sometimes follow ed nursing and massage treatment ; finally was at 
the Friends' home, West Chester, Pa., where she died. 

VII— 1 106. S.ALLIE A. THATCHER (Isaac 6), b. 9 mo. 4, 1855. 
in Concord, Pa.; m. JOSEPH PAL.Anj:R (Xo. 1882). 12 mo. 9, 1897. as 
his third wife. 

She lived many years wiih Lydia P Hall (Xo. 269). in West Chester, 
Pa. After her marriage she went with her husband to La Grande, Oregon. 

VII— 1 107. WILLIAM W. THATCHER (Isaac 6), b. 10 mo. 11. 
1856; d. 10 mo. 23, i8S9;unm. 

Issue of Sarah S. Thatcher (Nc. ^oj) and Joel S. Yaniall. born in Middle- 
town, Delaware Co., Pa. 

VII— 1 109. LYDIA S. YARXALL (Sarah, Hannah. John, Moses, 
John, John), b. 5 mo. 18, 1849, d. i mo. 12. 1887: m. BEXJAMIX E. HES- 
TON 10 mo. 2, 1867. son of Abraham Heston and Jane Paxson, b. 11 mo 9, 
1839, '''' Columbiana Co., O. 

They resided in West Chester, Pa., where she died and he, with their chil- 
dren continued. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3066. HOWARD HESTOX, b. i mo. 7, 1868: m. ELIZA- 
BETH DORLAX HOPEWELL 10 mo. 18, 1910, in Pligh St. Friends' 
Mtg., West Chester, Pa., dau. of William J. Hopewell. 

Their address is Xorth Matlack St., West Chester. Pa, 

VIII— 3067. SARAH SHARPLESS HESTON, b. 9 mo. i, 1873; m. 
FRAXK PERCIVAL PATTOX 12 mo. 15. 1896. son of William Patton, 
of Pittsburg, Pa., b. 11 mo. 5, t868. 



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Their address is \\'c5t Chester. Ta. 

Children : — 

IX— 69.30. Charles H. Patton, b. 7-18-1897. 
IX— 5931. Lydia S. Patton, b. 3-8-1902. 

Issue of Hannah Thatcher {So jOj) and Samuel S. Yarnall, all born in W'il- 

listown Twp., Chester Co., Pa. 

VII—iiio. MARY YARNALL (Hannah. Hannah. John. Moses. 
John, John), b. 6 mo. 8. 1849; m- GEORGE H. THOMPSON 3 mo. 18. 
1901, son of Samuel Thompso'i and ALirtha Hunter. 

They reside in West Chester, Pa. No children. 



VII— nil. ABIGAIL W. YARNALL (Hannah 6). b. 3 mo. 3, 185 1 ; 
d. 3 mo. 12, 1903; m. EDWIN LEEDOM 2 mo. 8, 1882. son of Enoch 
Lecdom and Mary Penncll. b. 12 mo. 19, 1855. 

They resided in West Chester, Pa., where she died. He keeps a livery 
stable. 

Child:— 
VIII— 3068. Roy Lcedom, b. 4-10-1886; d. same date. 

VII— III2. JOHN YARNALL (^Hannah 6), b. 11 mo. 2^, 1853; 
unm. 

He continues on the farm with his mother, v.hich he operates and keeps 
a daif}'. 



VII— 1113. HANNAH E. YARNALL (Hannah 6), b. i mo. 3, 1866; 

unm. 

She resides with her motlier. 

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Issue of Anna M. Painter {No. jio) and Burrell L. Eccleston, all born in 

Connecticut. 

VII— 1 114. DAYMAN W. ECCLESTON (Anna M., Norris. John. 
Moses, John, John), b. Sept. 7, 1S40, at Poquetanook; m. ELIZABETH 
FRY CRUMWELL Oct. 2^,, 1864, dau. of Charles F. Crumwell and Eunice 
Suran (who were m. Sept. 8. 1839), b. June 18, 1840: d. Nov. i, 1891. 

M. second, :MARY A. McNALLY (widow of John J. McNally) nee 
Donclly, Sept. 18, 1893. b. Feb. ii)^ 1855; d. May 20, 1897. 

He is a coach trimmer: hnd a position in the automobile works at Tren- 
ton, N. J., for a time, but has a home with his daughter in Philadelphia, where 
his principal trade is. 

Children born in Philadelpliia: — 



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VIII— 3069. CHARLES XORRIS ECCLESTOX, b. Xov. 14, 1S65; 
d. Jan. 2. 1910: m. MATILDA BUTZ Mar. 9, 189J, dau. of Peter Butz 
and Lanna Crouthamel. b. Jan. 2. 1871, in Philadelphia. 

He was by trade a carria;;;e trimmer, and resided at 5240 Pulaski Ave., 
Germantown, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Children : — 
IX— 5932. Baym.m Fry Ecclestnu, b. Jan. 20, 1893. 
IX— 5933. Harold Norris Eccleston. b. May 16. 1895. 
IX— 5934. Charles Butz Eccleston, b. Nov. 13, 1S9S. 
TX— 5935. Bessie Lanna Eccleston, b. Jan. 21, 1902. 
IX— 593(i. Walter David Eccleston, h. July 29, 1904. 
IX— 5937. Russell Peter Eccleston, h. Jar. 23, 1907. 

VIII— 3070. BURRELL L. ECCLESTOX. b. Sept. 14, 1S67: d. Sept. 

14, 1894: m. SUSIE B. HARRIS Sept. 24. 1890, of Palmyra, X. J., where 

she and her daughter reside. He died in Philadelphia. 

Child :— 
IX— 5935. Mildred H. Eccleston. b. Dec. 2, 1892. 

VIII— 3071. MARY A.MELIA ECCLESTOX, b. IMar. 13, 1878; m. 

WALTER CUXERD Sept. 2/, 1893. son of Lewis Cutierd and Sarah 
Hughes, b. April 19, 1873. 

He is a carpenter, with resid'^nce at 1500 X'. 24th St., Philadelphia. 

Children : — 

IX— 5939. Sarah Elizabeth Cunerd, b. Dec. 17, 1S94. - . 

IX— 5940. Lewis Earl Cunerd, b. Feb. 24, 1897. - ■ - • 

. ;, ■ . Ch. of B. ]V. Eccleston, by second zcife. 

VIII— 3072. HOWARD B. ECCLESTOX. b. Aug. 4, 1895. in Phila- 
delphia: d. Jan. 17. 1900. • 

VII— 1115. XORRIS P. ECCLESTOX (Anna :\I. 6). b. lulv 24. 
1842; d. Jan. 16. 1897; m. ^lARY E. JOXES Oct. 6, 1869, dau. of Sam- 
uel and Hannah Jones, of Utica, X^. Y. 

He w^as a coach painter, and resided at one time in Haddonfield. X". J. 

After his death his widow returned to X^ew York State. They had one son : — 

VIII— 3073. Samuel Eccleston. 

No record found. ,. , ; 1,.;. -v, \t_-. 

VII— 1116. BYARD ECCLESTOX (Anna^L 6). b. Atig. 12. 1844: 
m. MARY HALEY Xov. 25. 1884, dau. of Oratio Haley ar.l Martha Bcug- 
less, b. Aug. 27, 1854. 

He is a house painter, witli residence at 2242 X''. 30th St., Philadelphia. 

Children : — 

VITI— 3074. Anna Palmer Eccleston, b. .Jan. 9, 1886. 
VIII— 3075. Alfred Norris Eccleston, b. Sept. 8, 189L 
VJII— 3076. Byard Oliver Eccleston, b. May 9, 1896. -]■ ] ;i •. . n 

VII— 1117. LUCY MARI.\ ECCLESTOX (Anna M. 6), b. Sept. 



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23. 1848: m. JOHX McKXIGlJT Jan. 1 1. 1S93, son of John McKnight and 
Mary McCailcr, b. July 8. 1865 Xo children. 

They iia\c the "Banner Laundry." at 1807 Girard Ave, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



VII— II 18. LILLY P. ECCLKSTOX (Anna M. 6). b. April 29. 1851 ; 
m. ALFRED H. CORDERY Oct. 28. 1875. b. June 23, 1851. Xo chil- 
dren. 

He has a jx^sition with the Phoeni.x Iron Co., ofiice 411 Walnut street, 
with residence 1425 Xorris St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue of Mary Louisa Painter {No. 313) and IVilliani Corr. 

VII— 1 1 19. LEWIS G. CARR (Mary L., Xorris, John, Closes, John, 
fohn), b. Mar. 23, 1846; d. ]Mar. 5, 1905: bur. in Greenmount Cemeterv; m. 
PHILOMIXA C. TIEDEKLX May 18, 1876, dan. of Francis J. f iede- 
ken and Mary Louisa Schapperkotter from Germany, b. Aug. 20, 1857. 

He was a machinist, and resided in Philadelphia, Pa. His widow con- 
tinues there with her son Wm. L. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3077. VIOLA CARR, b. Tulv 20, 1878: m. WALTER J. 
WAGXER June 9, 1898. He was b. Aug. 12, 1877. 
They reside at Bethlehem, Pa. 
Children : — 

J X— 5941. Lewis George Wagner, b. Oct. ?>1, 1899. 

IX— 5942. Ralph Joseph Wagner, b. May 8, 1902; d. Sept. — , 1902. 

IX— 5943 Alvin Dankin Wagner, b. Aug. 31, 1903. 

IX— 5944. Doris Wagner, b. Aug. 4, 1905. 

VIII— 3078. WILLIAM L. CARR. b. Sept. 23. 18S0; m. HELEX 
MAY DERHAMER June 10, 1902, dau. of Cyrus M. Derhamcr and Sarah 
Jane Michael, b. May 2, 1881. 

He has the Brighton Laundry, 156-158 X. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX~o945. Bole Palmer Carr, b. Sept. 22, 1903; d. Jan. 18, 1904. 
IX— 5946. Harry Cyrus Carr, b. May 14, 1905. 



VIII— 3079. ELSIE CARR, b. Feb. 28, 1882; d. June 14, 1882. 

VIII— 30S0. HARRY FRAXK CARR, b. June 25, 1884: d. Mar. 9. 
1896. 

VIII— 3081. RHODA CARR. b. June 25, 1884. 

The last two named were twins. Rhoda resides with her mother: unm. 



VII— 1 120. ELIZABETH CLEMEXTIXE CARR (Mary L. 6). b'. 



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Mar. 9. 1848; d. Sept. 21. 18S8; m. WILLIAM MAULE Sept 30, 1867, 
son of William }vlaule, b. 1848. 

He was employed for some years in the Erie R. R. ofTice; later account 
not gi\ en. 

Children: — 

VIII— 3082. WILLIAM :\IAULE, b. IMay 18, 1S70; d. July — 1870. 

VIII— 3083. FRANK MORTIMER MAULE, b. Aug. 14, 1871; m. 
KATE JOHNSON Oct. — 1891. 

They probably reside in Camden, N. J. 
Children : — 

IX— 5947. Howard Maule, b. 1892; d. when 3 mos. old. ' ■ 

IX— 594S. Alina Clementine Maule, b. Sept. 30, 1894. 



VH— II2I. AMANDA R. CARR (Mary L. 6), b. Tune 15, 1851; d. 
Sept 9, 1896; m. JOSEPH RAPHAEL ROCKMORO Jan. 21, 1869, son 
of Saraficn an.d Hilary Rockmoro, of Falces, Spain, b. Feb. 8, 1844. No chil- 
dren. 



VII— 1122. CHARLES NORRIS CARR (Marv L. 6). b. Sept. 21, 
1853; m. IMARY E. ARTHURS Nov. 3, 187S, dau. of Joseph and Ellen 
Arthurs. 

She d. Feb. 18, 188S, aged 28 years. 

M. second. MARY A. T^IORRISON Oct. 7, 1888, dau. of Edward 
Morrison and Hannah Ewing, h. Aug. 4, 1865. 

They reside at 1710 N. 15th St.. Philadelphia, and he conducts the Nep- 
tune Laundry, Cor. of 15th St., and Columbia Ave. 

Children : — 

VIII— 30S4. Eva Carr, b. Feb. 19, 18S0: d. Sept. 25, 1883. 
VIIT— 30S5. Walter Albeit Carr. b. May 15, 1882. 

Hn is in the laundry v,-\V.i his father. 
VIII— 308(5. Effie May Carr, b. Mar. 19, 1884. 

She resides with her parents. 

Issue of Elizabeth Palmer (Xu. ^14) and Jored Chapman, bom in Norwich. 

Conn. 

VII— 1123. EMMA M. CHAPMAN (Elizabeth. Norris. John. Mos- 
es, John, John), b. Oct. 22. 1847; d. Jan. 14, 1881 ; m. ALFRED LOCK- 
WOOD Jan. 31, 1866. No children. 

He was b. Jan. 22, 1841. 

They resided in Norwich, Conn He afterwards removed to Maryland. 



VII— 1125. LILLIE E. CHAPMAN (EHzabeth 6), b. Jan. 21, 1852: 



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m. JAMES GILBERT MAPLES Jan. 27, 1878, son of Gilbert Tyler Ma- 
ples and Susan Sterling, b. Xov. 2^, 1847. 

He is a carpenter, residing- at 26 Wood Place, Yonkers, X. Y. 

Children : — 

Vlll— 30S7. Lewis Falmer Maples, b. April 14, 1SS2. 
\lll— 30S8. Elhvocd Tyler Maples, b. April 5. ISSS. 
VIII— 3089. Emrna Louisa Maples, b. Jan. 4, 1896. 



VII— 1126. LEWIS S. CHAP^IAX (Elizabeth 6), b. :\Iar. 24, 1862; 
m. JULIA LEARY Xov. 6, 1883. 

Their residence is not given. 

Child :— 
VIII— 3090. Claudia E. Chapman, b. April IG, 1SS5. 

Isstie of Lezi.'is Henry Palmer {No. 5/5) and Sarah Zeigler. 

VII— 1127. AMAXDA ALICE PALMER (Lewis H., Xorris, John,^ 
Moses, John, John), b. Aug. 5. 1866; m. LYMAX E. HEXSLEY May 20, 
1886, son of Dr. Joseph and Emma Hensley. 

They were legally separated in 1896. Her address is 221 N. Barker St., 
El Reno, Okla. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3091. Guv Stephen Hensley, b. July 24, ISSS. 
VIII— 3092. Lewis Lee Hensley, b. Dec. 13, 1889. 



VII— 1128. WILLIAM.! XORRIS PALMER (Lewis H. 6), b. Aug. 
12, 1869; m. EM^IA ISABEL McKIE Dec. 25, 1887, dau. of Samuel and 
Elizabeth McKie, b. Aug. 27, 1872. 

He is a pattern maker, a stockholder and interested in the Fairbury Iron 
Works & Winchmill Co. His ad.dress is looi E. 2nd St., Fairbury, Xeb. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3093. Ethel Palmer, b. Nov. 20, 1890. 

VIII— 3094. Mabel Frances Palmer, b. June 10, 1892. 

VIII— 3005. Lora Jane Palmer, b. Oct. 30, 1S95. 

VIII— 3096. Jessie May Palmer, b. May 4, 1904. 

Issue of William Norris Palmer {No. Ji6) and Mitien/a Cochrane. 
They were not found. See record in sixth generation. 
Issue of Emma Palmer {No. ^:y) and James Story, born in X^orwich, Conn, 

VII— 1132. JAMES PALMER STORY (Emma. Xorris, John, 
Moses, John, John), b. Julv i. 1854; d. Xov. 6, 1896; buried in Brewster's 
Neck Cemetery; m. XELLIE FRAXCES .MOSES June 8, 1881, dau. of 
John M. Moses and Ellen Brown, of Fairmount, X. J., b. Aug. 6, 1857. 

He was a clerk for more than ten years and then a partner from June i, 
1882, with James E. Fuller, as insurance agents at Xorvvich, Conn. After 



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his m. he continued there; also in real estate business. His widow resides at 
54 Euclid Ave., Hackensack, N. J. 
Children : — 

Vlll— 3097. CLIFFORD MONROE STORY, b. July 7, 1883. 
He is engaged in the cottun brokerage trade at 56 Beaver St., N. Y. 

VHI— 3098. MARGARET MAY STORY, b. May 28, 1885. 



Vni— 3099. ALBERT GIRARD STORY, b. Mar. 14, il 
The residence of all of these cliildren is with their mother, at this writ- 
ing (1908). 

Vn— 1133. ALFRED E. STORY (Emma 6), b. Aug. 15, 1856; d. 
May 28, 1873. 

VII— 1134. MARY E. STORY rEmma 6), b. Feb. 7, 1862; m. ED- 
WIN LATHROP, JR., Sept. 16, 1884, son of Edwin Lathrop and Lydia 
Campbell. 

They reside in Portland, Oregon. 

Issue: — 

VIII — 3100. Alice Lathrop, d, at i years of age. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Martha, Margaret. 
Issue of Robert Johnson (No. ^18) and Sarah Craft. 

VII— 1135. MARGARET JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. 3 mo. 19, 1837; 
d. 4 mo. 20, 1849. 

VII— 1136. ORLISTA ROBERT JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. 12 mo. 
27, 1839; ^- 5 ^^- 8' 1S49. 

VII— 1137. SARAH ELLEN JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. 10 mo. 17, 

1841 ; d. 7 mo. 28, i860; unm. 
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VII— 1138. MARY ELIZA JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. i mo. 10, 
1843; d- J- n^o- 3' i860; unm. 

VII— II 39. JOSHUA M. JOHNSON (Robert. ^Margaret. Martha. 
Moses, John, John), b. June 11. 1845; m- MARY ELIZABETH WARE- 
HAM, of Philadelphia, Oct. 12, 1898; b. July 21, 1866. No children. 

He was an officer in the Citizens' Bank. Dayton, O., for eight years; 
came to Philadelphia, Pa., about 1894. and engaged in the livery business at: 
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VII— 1140. CAXTWELL JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. 8 mo. 3, 1847; 
d. 12 mo. 2, 1892; unm. 

He was vice president of the firm of Sinker, Davis & Co., of Indianapolis, 
Ind.. and died at Valley View. Ivy., while on a business trip for that company. 

VII— 1 141. JOHN \VILLIA:.[ JOHNSON (Robert 6), b. Nov. 6, 
1849: m. ORILLA C. BENNETT Jan. 27, 1881, at Dayton, O.. dau. of 
Rev. Moses Gale Bennett, of Bennett's Mills, N. J., and Ann Maria Shuey, 
of Germantown, O., b. June 28, 1852; d. Jan. 5. 1906. 

"She was a woman of rare gifts." 

He is engaged in printing and bookbinding at 44 North Jefferson St., 
Dayton, O. 

Child :— 
VIII— 3101. Sarah Johnson, b. June 10, 1882; d. June 12, 1882. 

Issue of Ann Johnson {N'o. Ji'c) and William B. Silver. 

VII— 1143. JOSHUA J. SILVER (Ann, Margaret, }.Iartha. Moses, 
John, John), b. 9 mo. 20, 1S36: d. 6 mo. 2, 1890, at Purdin Linn Co., Mo.; 
m. RACHEL MOUNCE i mo. 25, i860, at Camden. N. J., dau. of William 
and Elizabeth IMounce, b. 11 mo. 17, 1S38. at Purdin, Mo. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3102. William Edward Silver, b. Dec. 4, 18G0; d. Feb. 21, 1S62. 

VIII— 3103. ELIZABETH SILVER, b. Aug. 29. 1862; m. HORACE 
TOMLIN Nov. 5, 1 88 1, son of Jeremiah and Jane Tomlin, b. Nov. 13, 1854. 
He is a farmer, with address Purdin, Mo. 
Children : — 

IX— 5950. Ida Tomlin, b. Dec. 14, 1884; d. July 28, 1887. 

IX— 5951. Ray Silver Tomlin, b. Oct. 10, 1889. 

IX— 5952. Frank Earl Tomlin, b. Mar. 7, 1892. ,.,'.', . 

IX— 5953. Emmet Almerme Tomlin, b. Nov. 14, 1894; d. July 25, 1899. . ' 

IX— 5954. Elmer Richman Tomlin, b. June 12, 1897; d. July 25, 1899. 

IX— 5955. Rhena Tomlin. b. Oct. 24, 1899. 

IX— 5956. Ralph Alkire Tomlin, b. Jan. 19. 1902: d. Dec. 29, 1902. 

IX— 5957. Howard Glenn Tomlin, b. Sept. 28, 1905. 

VIII— 3104. ELLA ]\I. SILVER, b. Sept. 18. 1864; m. CHARLES 
SMITH TOMLIN Feb. 12, 1887. son of Edwin and Margaret Tomlin, b. 
April 12, 1 86 1. 

He is a farmer, with address Linneus, ]Mo. No children, but reported to 
have two adopted ones (Charles S. and Horace Tomlin are cousins.) 

VIII— 3105. MARGARET J. SILVER, b. Oct. 9, 1866; m. ALEX- 
ANDER WOODSIDE Jan. 29, 1890. 

He d. April 25, 1895, ^^ Purdin, Linn Co., ]Mo., which is her address. 
Children : — 

IX— 5958. Samuel Mac Woodside. b. Feb. 11, 1S91; d. June 21, 1901. 
IX— 5959. William Silver Woodside, b. Aug. 25. 1892. 
IX— 5960. Jennie Stewart Woodside, b. Oct. 4, 1894. 



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VIII— 3106. MARTHA M. SILVER, b. )an. 14, 1869; d. July 15. 
i896;m. AxXDREW JACKSOX TURNER Mar. 5, 1886. 
He d. Feb. 4, 1S88. in Lim. Co. Mo. 

M. second, JOHN MORRIS Oct. 10. 1889. son of Thomas and Eliza 
Morris. His address is dishing. Okla. 
Children by first husband : — 

IX— 5961. Thomas Benton Turner, b. Dec. 10, 1886. 
IX— 5962. Bertha Turner, b. Nov. 23. 1887. 

She m. Nova Goock, Mar. 4, 190S. Their address is Purdin. Mo. 

Children by second husband : — 

IX— 5963. Roger Morris, b. July 25, 1S90. 
IX— 5964. Elizabeth Morris, b. May 12, 1892. 

VIII— 3107. WILLIAM M. SILVER, b. Sept. 14, 1871 ; unm. 
VIII— 3108. FRANK D. SILVER, b. June 6, 1874. 

VIII— 3109. MARY T. SILVER, b. Sept. 24, 1878: m. ELBERT ES- 
LINGER Dec. 25. 1895. 

He is a farmer, with address Linneus, Linn Co.. Mo. 
Children : — 

IX— 59C5. Lillian R. Eslinger, b. July 8. 1897. 

IX— 5966. Frances E. Eslinger, b. Sept. 10, 1899. • 

IX— 5967. Bertha M. Eslinger, b. Oct. 6, 1901. . • 

IX— 5968. Ruth M. Eslinger, b. Sept. 29, 1904. 

VIII— 31 ID. CHARLES SILVER, b. Sept. 12, 1881 ; unm; address, 
Chilicothe, Mo. 



VII— 1144. HORATIO SILVER (Ann 6). b. 4 mo. 6. 1839; m. 
SARAH GRIFFITH 12 mo. -,i. 1869, dau. of William Griffith, b. April 10, 
i848;d. July 22, 1883. 

He is a farmer near Richmond, Ind. , . : 

Children : — - ' •" ' 

VIII— 31 II. HARRY SILVER, b. Sept. 16, 1871 ; m. MAGGIE BY- 
ERS Dec. — , 1899. dau. of William Byers. 

He is an insurance agent, residing near Easton, O. 

Child :— 
^X— 5969. William Horatio Silver, b. April 1, 1906. 

VIII— 31 12. GRACE G. SILVER, b. Oct. 11. 1873: m. LUTHER 
KING June i, 1896. 

He is a farmer near Richmond, Ind. ; R. D. 7. 
rx— 5970. Horatio William King, b. March 7. 1897. 

VIII— 31 13. ALICE SILVER, b. Aug. 14. 1876; m. LEMUEL D. 



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CUMMINS Oct. 21, 1903, son of \"incent Cummins and Marg-aret Susan 
Whitworth, b. May 31, 1875. 

He is a Chief Police of the U. S. Senate at the Capitol, with residence at 
117 E St., S. E. Washington. D. C. 

Child :— 

IX— 5971. Edgar Whitworth Cummins, b. Oci. 15, 1906. 

VIII— 31 14. FRANCES SILVER, b. Sept. 20. 1880. 
She is a teacher. Her address is Richmond, Ind. 

VIII— 3115. Child, b. July 7, 18S4; tl. Aug. 18, 1884. 

VII— 1145. MARGARET C. SILVER (Ann 6), b. Mav 28, 1841; 
m. CLARKSdN JENNINGS Feb. 20, 1S66. at Eaton. O.. son of Levi Jen- 
nings and Hannah A. Clark, of Eldridge Hill. Salem Co., N. J., b. Mar. 9, 
1840; d. Aug. 22, 1907, at Eaton, O. ; bur. at Mound Hill. 

The following; is from an obituary, at the time of his death : — 

On the 9th of ^^aroh, 1S40. in Eldridge Hill, New Jersey, was born Clarkcon Jen- 
nings, the only sou of I.evi and Hannah Jennings. At the age of eleven he sufterc-d 
the loss of his mother, and grew up the idolized companion of his father, at whose side 
he learned the trade of a mason. Later he became the support of his aged father and 
two younger sisters. 

He early prepared himself for the work of a teacher, and was engaged in that 
profession when the Civil War called him to offer his service to his country. That call 
he answered and therewith came the loss of his health and the change in the course of 
his life to farming. 

Returning from the war, he married Margaret Silver, the sister of his college 
friend, and a few years after moved to Preble county, Ohio, where his subsequent life 
has been spent. The family circle consisting of parents and four children was unbroken 
to the time of his death. 

By birthright he was a member of the Friends' ciuirch, and he always adhered 
to her teachings, beli'?ving in the guidance of the spirit and forum of the conscience. 

His life portrayed the Quaker traits that his ancestry bequeathed him. Reticent 
and unassuming, but kindly and thoughtful. Pie cared nothing for outward show, but 
everything for inner worth. 

His was a peaceable disposition and many times has he suitered personal wrong 
rather than provoke contention by opposing it, nor did he like others wronged. A 
maxim which he always held before himself and family was, "There is good in all 
but none are all good." 

He had a well informed mind and was a great reader, when not working he was 
always found with book or paper. 

Not great as the world knows greatness, but good. His life was lived solely for 
those about him, and thus it was that every task he undertook, however humble, re- 
ceived the same careful attention that might have been expected in affairs of state. 

Not widely known but loved by the few who knew hira well. And if there be 
anything of value in the example of a simple life well lived, the example of high 
ideals in a humble spirit, of thinking much and saying little, of giving much and asking 
little, then Clarkson Jennings has not lived in vain, for there be those whose lives are 
far better for it. His life v.'as gentle and the elements so mixed in him that nature might 
Btand up and say to all the world, "this was a man." 

His widow and daughter continue at the home on Wadsworth St., Eaton. 
O. Children:— 

VIII— 31 16. ANNA S. JENNINGS, b. May. 11, 1867; m. JOHN \V. 
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1848, near Portland, Jay Co., Ind. (His father came fron-h Mass. and was a 
son of a Friends' Minister.) 

He is a grain dealer at Eaton, Ohio. 

She commenced teaching- school in lier seventeenth year, and taught for 
eighteen years. No children. 

VHI— 3117. LEVI JENNINGS, b. ^L1r. 23, 1869. 
He is a graduate of Ohio State University, at Columbus; now an elec- 
trical engineer at Eaton, O. 

VHI— 31 18. ELMA F. JENNINGS, b. April 3, 1875. 
She is a graduate of Ohio State University and is a teacher in the High 
School ; resides with her mother, 

VIII— 3119. WILLIAM S. JENNINGS, b. June 19, 1877. 
He is a graduate of Ohio State University and now (1907) principal of 
Clinton Twp. High School, at Clintonville, a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. 

VII— 1 146. OSCAR W. SILVER (Ann 6), b. July 24, 1843; ni, 
HELENA .M. BUTTON Dec. 11. 1869. dau. of George and Sarah Button. 
They reside near Camden, O. He is a farmer. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3120. HORATIO Z. SILVER, b. Sept. 22, 1872, near Camden, 
O. ; m. LORA SMITH June iq. 1900. of Richmond, Ind. 
He is a physician, and resides in Gordon. O. 
Child:— 

IX— 5972. Helen Silver, b. June 10, 1901. 

VIII— 3121. WILLIAM B. SIL\'ER, b. April 20, 1884. 
• His address is Camden, Preble Co., O. 

VII— 1 147. JOSEPH J. SILVER (Ann 6), b. Sept. 9, 1845; m- 
ALICE LANING Jan. 13, 1S85. She d. July 20, 1905. 

He resides in Kansas City, Kan., where his wife died. He is a real 
estate dealer. No issue. 

VII— 1148. ROBERT SILVER (Ann 6), b. Jan. 2v 1849; m. 
LAURA LAWRENCE, i88i. 

They reside in Knightstov, n, Ind. He is a buggy manufacturer. 
Children : — 

V'lII— 3122. Jessie Ann Silver, b. 1882. 

VIII— 3123. Howard Silver, b. 1SS4; d. 1884. -u •»-.:, ;.■..!:./, .\-. 

VIII— 3124. Ralph Lawrence Silver, b. 1886. 

VII— II 50. REBECCA ANN SILVER (Ann 6), b. Sept. 24, 1854; 



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m. HON. WTXFIELD FREEMAN July 6. 1S76, in Richmond, Ind., son 
of James and Elcnor Freeman, b. Jan. 3. 1S37. in London, Ohio. 

He is an attorney; practic^tl t^.rst in Eatcm. O. In 1879 he removed to 
Kansas City, Kan. He is a strong temperance advocate, and was in the cam- 
paign that made Kansas a Prol;ibiticn State. He was Probate Judge of Wy- 
andotte Co. for two terms. 

They made a tour around ihe world, returning in 189S. and he now lec- 
tures on the Eastern World. Their address is j}^"] Washington Boulevard. 
Kansas City, Kan. They have two adopted children. 

VHI— 312:^. FRANK FREEMAN, b. Tune 2:^. 1879: m. NELLIE 
TROWER. 
Issue : — 

IX — 5973. Nellie Freeman. 
IX — 5974. Virginia Freeman. 

VIII— 3126. NELLIE FREEMAN, b. Oct. 27, 1880: m. CHESTER 
A. GRIEST. 
Issue: — 

IX— 5975. Reba Freeman Griest. . ' 

IX— 5976. Sarah Griest. 

Line of John, John, ]\Io.^es, }iLa.rtha_, Joseph. 
Issue of Charles Thomson Chauiherlain (^Ko. S-^) ^''^ Pmnelia Hays Archer. 

VII— 1 152. ^lARY ARCHER CHAMBERLAIN (Charles T. 6), b. 
Nov. 16, 1844; d. Sept. 30, 1853. 



VII— II 54. CHARLES THOMSON CHAMBERLAIN. JR., 
(Charles T. 6), b. July 15. 1847; '^- Oct — . 1909: m. MARY FLEMING 
July I, 1871, son of John Fleming, from Alexandria. Va.. and Mary Roane 
Stockman, from Elizabethtown. Ky.. b. June 26. 185 1, in Natchez, ^vliss. 

He is of the firm of Chamberlain oc Patterson, dry goods merchants. 408 
Main St., Natchez. Miss. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3127. CHARLOTl E T. CHA.MBERLAIN, b. Mar. 29, 1872- 
m. JOHN MERRIWETHER JONES 'Jec. -20. 1894, of Port Gibson. Miss., 
where they reside, son of Archibald K. and Mary C. Jones. No issue. 

VIII— 3128. MARY FLEMING CHAMBERLAIN, b. Oct. 7. 
1873; m. DR. WILLIAM T. TONES Jan. 17. 1907, of Port Gibson, Miss., 
and brother to John M. Jones, of last No. 

His address is, care of Chamberlain Sanitarium, Natchez, Miss. 

VIII— 3129. JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLAIN, b. Oct. 22. 1875; m. 
JOHN RAWLE 'Oct. 22, 1904. 



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They reside in Natchez, Miss. 
Issue: — 
IX— 5977. Mary Fleming Rawle, b. May 29, 1907. 

VIII— 3130. JOHN FLEMING CHAMBERLAIN, b. Sept. 20, 1877. 
He graduated in medicine at Tular.e Medical College. New Orleans, La., 
in May, 1906. His address is Chamberlain Sanitarium, Natchez, Miss. 

VIII— 3131. CHARLES THO-MSON CHAMBERLAIN, JR., b. 
July 18, 1880; m. ETT — ELISE JONES June i, 1905. 

They reside in Natchez, Miss. 

Child :— 
IX— 5978. Charles Thomson Chamberlain (4th), b. Mar. 29, 1906. 

VIII— 3132. ANNIE BUCK CHAMBERLAIN, b. Oct. 24, 18S2. 
Her probable address is Natchez, Miss. 

VII— 1 156. JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLAIN (Charles T. 6), b. Jan. 
2, 1850; m. WILLIAM HENRY KER Feb. i. 1871. 
He d. Nov. 24, 1902. Fler residei:ce is Natchez, Miss. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3133. Charles Thom?on Ker, b. Sept. 7, 1S72; d. July — , 1S73. 
VIII— 3134. John Ker, b. Nov. S, 1S78; m. 

He resides at Ponland, Ore. 
VIII— 3135. Pamelia Aicher Ker, b. Feb. 14, 1SS2; d. Feb. 23, 1S&9. 
VIII— 3136. William H. Ker, Jr., b. Aug. 3, 1S87; d. June 11, ISSS. 



VII— 1157. GEORGE EARLE CHAMBERLAIN f Charles T, Jos- 
eph, Martha, ^^loses. John, John), b. Tan. i. 1854; m. SALLIE NEWMAN 
WELCH May 21, 1S79, of N-^tchcz, .Miss., dau. of A. T. Welch, b. Sept. 26, 
1855, ""^ Concordia Parish. La. 

They reside in Portland, Oregon. 

The following- is an accoui:i" of his career to the time of publishing this 
genealogy- : 

HON. GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN. 

Believers In the influence of heredity will find much to support their claims in 
the ancesti-al record of the Governor of Oregon, Hon. Geoi-ge Earl ChamberlaiiL The 
qualities that have given him an eminent position in the public life of the Northwest 
are his by inheritance from a long line of capable, scholarly and influential ance-stors. 
The family of which he is a member, came from England at an early period in American 
historj' and settled among the pioneers of Pennsylvania. His grandfather, Dr. Joseph 
Chamberlain, a native of Delaware was one of the distinguished physicians at Newark, 
that state. The lady whom he married also came of a prominent pioneer family. Her 
uncle, Charles Thompson, who served as secretary of the Continental Congress from 
1774 to 1789, was born in Ireland, of Scotch lineage, November 29th, 1729. Accompan- 
ied by three sisters he settled at New Cajstle. Del., in 1741, and there became a teacher 
in the Friends' .\cademy. In 1758 he was one of the agents appointed to treat with 
the Indians at Oswego, and while there was adopted by the Delawares, who conferred 
upon him an Indian name meaning "One who speaks with truth." The possessor of lit- 
erary ability, he left his imprint upon the literature of his age through his "Harmony 
of the Five Gospels," a translation of the Old and New Testaments, and an Inquiry Into 



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the cause of the alienation of the Delaware and Shawneee Indians. His private file of 
letters containing communications written to him while secretary of the Continental 
Congress and before that time, is among the most valued possessions of Governor 
Chamberlain, and contains letters from all the loading men of that day. 

In the family of Dr. Joseph Chamberlain was a son, Charles Thomson Chamberlain, 
a native of Newark, Del., and a graduate of Jeflerson Medical Collf^ge at Philadelphia. After 
receiving the degree of M. D., he settled In Natchez. Miss., in 1S37, as ogering a favor- 
able opening for a professional man. During the years that followed, he built up a 
large practice and established an enviable reputation for skill in the diagnosis and 
treatment of disease. An evidence of his kindly spirit of devotion to duty and self-sacri- 
ficing labors for others is shown by his record during the yellow fever epidemic of IS?]. 
At that time, when many physicians felt justified in considering their own health, he 
attended patients night and day, without thought of self, until at last he was stricken 
with the disease and soon died. 

The wife of Dr. Charles T. Chamberlain was Pamelia H .Archer, a native of 
Harford county, Md., and now a resident of Natchez, Miss. Her father, Hon. Stevenson 
Archer, was born in Harford county, and graduated from Princeton College, lb05, after 
whlch he became an attorney. He served in Congress from ISll to 1S17 from Maryland, 
and in the latter year accepted an appointment from Mississippi Territory- with guber- 
natorial powers, and resigned later. From 1S19 to 1S21 he again represented his district 
In Congress where he was a member of the committee on foreign affaii-s. In 1S25 he 
was elected one of the justices of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, which office he 
held until his death in 1S48, at which tim.e he was chief justice. His father, John 
Archer, M. D., was a n?.tive of Harford county. Md., born in 1741. After graduating 
at Princeton in 1760, he studied for the ministry, but throat trouble rendering pulpit 
work inadvisable, he turned his attention to medicine. The first medical diploma ever 
issued in the new world was given to him by the Philadelphia :\Tedical College. In 177S 
he was elected a member of the convention which framed the Constitution and Bill of 
Rights of Maryland. At the commencement of the Revolutionary War, he had com- 
mand of a military company, the first enrolled in Harford county, and was a member of 
the State Legislature. After the war he practiced his profession and several important 
discoveries in therapeutics are credited to him. In 1797 he was a presiedntial elector and 
from 1801 to 1S07 was a member of C<)ngress from Maryland. His death occurred in 
1810. The Archer family is of Scotch-Irish descent and was represented among the 
earliest settlers of Harford county, where for generations htey wielded wide influence. 
It is worthy of record that the portrait of Hon. Stevenson Archer appears among those 
of distinguished men of Maryland placed in the new courthouse in Baltimore, that 
state, and also adorns the courthouse in his native county. 

In a family of five children, Hon. George Earle Chamberlain was third in order of 
birth. His name comes to him from an uncle. George Earle. who who one of the noted 
men of Maryland, and assistant postmaster general of the Uiiited States during General 
Grant's term as President. In his native city of Natchez, Miss., he received such ad- 
■ vantages as the public schools afforded. On leaving school in 1S70, he clerked in a mer- 
cantile store. Two years later, entering college at Lexington, Va., he took the regular 
course of study in the Washington and Lee Univei-sity. from which he was graduated 
in July of 1876, with the degrees of A. B. and B. L. Shortly after his graduation he 
returned to Natchez, where he remained until after the presidential election. How- 
ever, prospects for success in the south were not encouraging at that time, and he de- 
termined to seek a more favorable opening. V.'irh this purpose in view he came to Ore- 
gon, which has been his home since his arrival December 6th, 1S76. Early in 1S77 he 
taught a country school and in the latter part of the year was appointed deputy clerk 
of Linn County, which position he held until the summer of 1S79. During 1880 he was 
elected to the lower house of the legislature and in 18S4 became district attorney for 
the third judicial district of Oregon. In the discharge of the duties of these various 
offices he gave satisfaction to all concerned, evincing wide professional knowledge and 
resourcefulness. His talents being recognized by the governor, he vx-as given the 
appointment of attorney-general of Oregon on the creation of that office by act of legis- 
lature in 1891, his appointment bearing date of May 21, 1891. For a short time before 
this he had been interested in the banking business at Albany, being connected first with 
the First National Bank, and later with the Linn County National Bank. 

At the general election following his appointment, he was elected attorney-general 
on the Democratc ticket, receiving a majority of about five hundred, notwithstanding 
the fact that the Republican majority in Oregon at that time v,-as about ten thousand. 
In 1900, he was elected district attorney of Multnomah county by a majority of eleven 
hundred and sixty-two, the county being then about four thousand Republican. The 
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inated him for governor by acclamation. In the election that followed he received a 
majority of two hundred and fifty-six over the Ropublican candidate, although on the 
congressional vote the stale at the time was nearly fifteen thousand Republican. In 
1906 ho was again nominated by his party for Governor, and was re-elected by a ma- 
jority of twenty five hundied o\er his opponent, being the only Democrat elected. 

These figures are indicative of his popularity, not only with his own party, but 
with the general public. Among his large circle of friends and admirers are many who. 
though of different political faith, have yet such a warm regard for the man himself 
and such a firm faith in his ability to guide aright the ship of state, that many thousand 
votes were given him by people accustomed to vote another ticket than his own. It is 
dou"btful if any public man possesses greater sireneth among the people of the state. 
Through the long period of his residence heie, he has won and maintained the con- 
fidence of the people, and his upright life, combined with unusual mental gifts, has 
given him his present prominence and prestige. 

In Natchez, Miss., Mr. Chamberlain married Miss Sally N. Welch, who was born 
near that city, a descendant of an old Revolutionary family from New England. Her 
father, A. T. Welch, a native of New Hampshire, was a large planter near Natchez, the 
possessor of abundant means that rendei-ed possible the giving of valuable educational 
advantages to his children. Mrs. Chamberlain was graduated from the Natchez Institute 
and is a lady of culture and refinement, an active member of the Calvary Presbyterian 
Church and also a member of the Eastern Star. 

The Commercial Club, of Portland. Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club, University 
Club and Oregon State Historical Society, numljer Governor Chamberlain among their 
members. A life member of the Benevolent and Piotective Order of Elks in Portland, 
he is past exalted ruler of the local lodge. While at Albany he joined the Independent 
Order of Odd Fellov.'S, in which he is past noble grand and a demiited member of lodge 
and encampment. Interested in the Knights of Pythias, he is past chancellor of Laurel 
Lodge, No. 7 at .-\lbany. His record in Masonry is interesting and proves him to have 
been devoted to the lofty principles of that order. His initial experience with Masonry 
began in St. John's Lodge, No. 62, A. F. & A. M., at Albany, of which he is past master. 
At this writing his merabei-ship is in Williamette Lodge, No. 1 at Portland, and he is 
past grand orator of the Grand I^odge of Oregon. The Royal Arch degree was conferred 
upon him in Bailey Chapter No. 8 at Albany, in which he is past high priest, and 
he is also past grand high priest of the Grand Chapter of Oregon. He was raised to 
the Knight Templar degree in Temple Commandery No. 3, K. T., at Albany, in which 
he is past eminent commander. The thirty-second degree was conferred upon him in 
Oregon consistory No. 1, at Portland, and he is also identified with Al Kader Temple, 
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. 

On January 19, 1909, the State legislature, which was Republican, elected him to 
succeed the Hnn. C. W. Fulton in the United States Senate. Governor Chamberlain's 
election to the Senate was one of the great anomalies of American politics, the people 
having chosen him by direct vote and the Republican legislature being compelled to 
elect him instead of a man of their own faith. It marked the triumph of the direct 
vote by the people for the office of United States Senator. 

It was also a great tribute to his personal popularity in the State, he having re- 
ceiv d thousands of votes from those not affiliated with the Democratic party. 

In the Senate, Senator Chamberlain has been named on the following committees: 
The Committees on Agriculture and Forestry, Expenditures in the Interior Departm.ent. 
Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands. Pacific railroads, Philippines, Printing and 
Public Lands. 

Children : — . ^ 

VIII— 3137. CHARLE.S THOMSON CHAMBERLAIN, b. July 12. 
1880; m. DEBORAH SPENCER BCATNER Nov. 29, 1905, b. ^iarch 
26,, 1884, at Natchez, ]Miss; later of Vidyh'a, La. 

He graduated at tlie Portland. Ore., High School and Academy in the 
class of 1903: then graduated at the Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, 
and a post-graduate of the Nev; York Polyclinic and Eye and Ear Inhrmar}-. 
He practices medicine as a specialist in diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat; 
with offices in Dekum Building and residence 574 Tillamook St., Portland, 
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Children : — 

IX— 5979. Rita Chambeilain, b. Sept. 19, 190C, in Portland, Or. 
IX— 5980. John Boatner Chamberlain, b. 190S. 

VIIJ— 3138. SARAH XEWlNlAX CHAMBERLAIN, b. July 30, 
i88i;d. May 21, 1882. 

VHI— V39- LUCY ARCHER CHAMBERLAIN, b. Sept. 29, 1883, 
in Albany. Ore; m. GEORGE FREDERICK BLAIR Sept. 4, 1905, son of 
Judge C. A. Blair, of the Supreme Court of Michigan. 

Thev reside at 681 Tillamook St.. Portland, Oregon. 

Child :— 
IX— 5981. Lucy Blair, b. Aug. 17, 1906. 

VIII— 3140. MARGUERITE CH.\MBERLAIN, b. Aug. 15, 1887; 
m. H. ROWAN GAITHER, 1907. 
They reside at Natchez, ]Miss. 

VIII— 3141. CARRIE LEE CHAMBERLAIN, b. :^Iay 27, 1891. 

VIII— 3142. GEORGE EARLE CHAMBERLAIN. JR., b. May 10. 
1894. 

VIII— 3143. FANNIE WELCH CHAMBERLAIN, b. Oct. 8, 1898. 

VII— 1158. LAURA TURPIN CHAMBERLAIN (Charles T. 6), b. 
Dec. 4, 1855; m. JAMES A. JONES Nov. 21, 1889. 

They were temporarily at Oceanside, Cal. ; then returned to Natchez, 
Miss. 

Child:— 

VIII— 3144. MAZIE FLE:\nNG JONES, b. Oct. 17. 1892. 

VII— 1161. K.\TE ARCHER CHAMBERLAIN (Charles T. 6). b. 
Dec. 23, i860; m. ALFRED VIDAL DAVIS Nov. 5, 1885. He d.March 
— , 19 10. 

They resided in Natchez, Miss, where he died. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3145. ALFRED VIDAL DAVIS, JR., b. Aug. 24. 1886. 

VIII— 3146. LAURA ARCHER DAVIS, b. April 17. 1891. 

VIII— 3147. JOSEPHINE DAVIS, b. Oct. 17, 1893. 

VIII— 3148. LILLIE VIDAL DAVIS, b. Sept. 10, 1899. 



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VIII— 3149. CHARLES THOMSON C. DAVIS, b. Nov. 2-j, 1900. 

Issue of Mary Chamberlain {No. JJ4) and George Earle. 

VIII— ii62>4. BESSIE CHAMBERLAIN EARLE (Mary 6), b. 
Dec. 31, 1844; d. Aug. 25. 1845. 

(This record was obtained after the numbering was completed.) 

VII— 1163. RICHARD TILGHMAN EARLE (Mary. Joseph, 
Martha, Moses. John. John), b. June 13. 184S; d. Dec. 12. 1890: bur. in Oak 
Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, D. C. ; m. . She is dec'd. 

He was a Lieutenant in the U. S. Army. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3150. Emily Tilghroan Earle. 

She m. Berkeley Revuolds Davids. She is said to have reraoved to Long 
Island, N. Y. 

VII— 1164. BESSIE CHAMBERLAIN EARLE (2d) (Mary6)i 
oi.. ROBERT \V. McPHERSON, son of John D. McPherson and Elizabeth 
Webster. 

He is deceased: bur. at Rock Creek Cemetery. No issue. They resided 
in Washington, D. C. 

VII— 1165. GEORGE EARLE, ]R.. (Mary 6), b. June i, 1852: m» 
CAROLINE ADELAIDE NAYLOR Feb. 14, 1898, dau. of Rev. Stephen 
McGiil Naylor and Lucretia Adelaide Donaldson. 

They reside at Laurel, Pri'^ce George Co., Md. He is employed in the 
ofKce of the City Surveyor, Wajliinglon. D. C, Municipal Building. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3151. Richard Tilghman Earle, 3d., b. Dec. 17, 1838. . 



VII— 1166. MARY EARLE (Marv 6), m. HOWARD S. KNEED- 

LER. 

Their address is 121 West Chestnut Ave., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3152. Edith Tilghman Kne€dler. 

VIII— 3153. Howard S. Kneedler. Jr. -^ 



VII— 1167. CHARLES THOMSON CHAMBERLAIN EARLE 
(Mary 6), m. LEOLA MOULTON. 

He is in the Navy Dept. in the State, War and Navy Building, Washing- 
ton, D. C. His address is 2515 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3154. Katharine Earle 
VIII— 3155. A girl, b. May 1, 1910. 



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VII~ii68. SUZAXXE FRISBY EARLE (Mary 6). m. M. OG- 
DEX JOXES. 

M. second. SAMUEL F. EMMOXS. 

lie is connected with the Geological Dcpt. of the U. S. Government at 
Washing^ton, D. C. with address 1721 H St., X. W. 

Issue by first husband : — 
VIII--3156. Carolyn Ogden. 



VII— 1 169. KATIIARIXE CHAMBERLAIX EARLE (Marv6). 
m. HEXRY BRIGHAM LOOKER, son of Thomas H. Looker, Paymaster 
Gen., U. S. Xavy, b. April 10, 1858: d. Jan, 3, 1905. 

Her address is 1312 Thirteenth St., X. W., Washington, D. C. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3157. Reginald Earle Looker, b. Feb. 11, 1895. 

Issue of Anna M. CJianibcrlain {Xo. S-7) ^"<^ Albert H. Barnes. 
VTI— 1170. JOSEPHINE C. BARNES. 



VII~ii7i. ELLEN BARNES. 

They reside at 1330 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa., but are frequently trav- 
eling abroad. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Martii.v, Pierce. 
Issue of James W. Cliamberlain (No. 553) and Anna M. Hadcrman. 

VII— 1 172. GEORGE FIERCE CHAMBERLAIX (James W., 
Pierce, Martha. Moses, John, f.,hn), b. Nov. 26, 1867. at Xcwark, Del.; m. 
ELLA WELLS Xov. 23, 1898. of Viclrsburg, Miss., dau. of Dr. William 
Wells. 

He is a bookkeeper; resides in X^atchez, ]Miss. Xo children. 

VII— 1173. EDWARD XORMAX CHAMBERLAIX (Tames W. 
6). b. May 4. 1870, at St. Joseph's. La.; m. JAXE RAYMOXD JEFFER- 
IS Oct. 3, 1S92. Shed. Xov. 30, 1906. 

He is an architect in Xatchez, Miss., where he has a record for fine 
work. 

Children, all born in Xatciiez, ^Miss. : — 

yill— 3158. Lucy .Tefferis Chamberlain, b. July 12, 1S03. 

VIII— 3159. Anna Matilda Chamberlain, b. Oct. 21, 1S05. 

yilF— Slf",!). Constance Kearney Chamberlain, b. Feb. 19, 1S07. 

yiil— 31€1. .Tane Raymond Chamberlain, b. March 17, 1902. ' ' ' •• 

VIII— 3162. Edward Xorman Chamberlain, b. Feb. 12. 1904. 






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VII— 1 174. MARY CIIA.MBERLAIN (James W. 6), b. Jan. 10, 

1875- 

She is a music teacher and conducts a private school; resides in Natchez, 
Miss. 

Issue of Rev. George W. Clupiberlain (No. Jjd) and Mary A. Ann-esley. 

VII— 1 175. LAURA ANNESLEY CHAMBERLAIN (George W. 
6), b. Aug. 30, 1869, at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; m. REV. WILLIAM WAD- 
DELL Jan. 12, 1897. 

They reside at Ponte Nova, Bahia, Brazil. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3163. Kenneth Chamberlain Waddell. : . 

Vill— 3164. Helen Annesley Waddell. 

VIII— 3165. Agnes Waddell. 

VIII— 3166. Richard Lord Waddell. 



VII— 1176. PIERCE ANNESLEY CHA:MBERLAIN (George \V. 
6), b. April i, 1872, in Sao Paulo, Brazil; m. JULIE B. LAW June 14, 
1901. 

He was a missionary in Bahia, Brazil, and living at Villa Nova da Rain- 

ha, but later returned to the U. S. and resides at Verona, N. J. 

Issue : — 

VIII — 3167. Pierce Annesley Chamberlain. 
VIII— 3168. Ellen Margaret Chamberlain. 



VII— 1 177. MARY CHRISTINE CHAMBERLAIN (George W. 
6), b. Nov. 2, 1873, in Sao Paula; d. Sept. 4, 1899, of yellow fever, at Feira 
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VII— 1179. HELEN ELIZABETH CHAMBERLAIN (George W. 
6), b. Feb. 24, 1877, at Sao Paula. 

She resides with her mother at Bridgeton, N. J. 



VII— 1180. GEORGE AGNEW CHAMBERLAIN (George W. 6), 
b. March 15, 1879, at Sao Paula. 

In 1907 he was U. S. Consul at Pernambuco, one of the chief cities of 
Brazil ; later he was promoted to vice consul to Portuguese East Africa. 



VII— 1181. DANIEL STEWART CHAMBERLAIN, b. Dec. 2, 
1881 ; d. Dec. 6, 1899, of yellow fever, at Feira da S. Anna. 



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Line of John, John. Moses, Martha, Palmer. 
Issue of Catherine Cliamberlaiii {Xo. Jj?6') and James McXeill. 

VII_ii82. GEORGE PALMER McNEILL (Catherine. Palmer, Mar- 
tha, Moses, John. John), b. Sept. iS, 1849; m- MARY SHEPHERD Dec. 
19, 1872, born in Pittsboro, N. C. 

They resided several years in Fayetteville. N. C, and thence moved to 
Charlottesville, V'a. 

Issue, all born in Fayetteville : — 

Vni— 3169. JAMES HIPKLXS McNEILL, b. Aug. — , 1873. 

VIII— 3170. JESSIE SHEPHERD McNEILL, b. 1875; m. RICH- 
ARD KER. 

They reside at Staunton, Va. 
Issue: — 

IX— 5982. Richard Ker. Jr. 

IX— 5983. George Ker. 

IX— 5984. Howard Chamberlain Ker. ' ' 

IX— 5985. Charles Douglas Ker. 

VIII— 3171. CHARLES THOMSON McNEILL. b. Sept. — , 1876. 
He is reported to have gone to Texas. 

VIII~3i72. KATE DOUGLAS .McNEILL. : 

She went to New York. 

VIII— 3173. GEORGE PALMER McNEILL, JR., b. 1891. 

VII— 1184. KATE RUFFIN :^IcNEILL (Catharine 6), b. June 19, 
1854. in Newark Del.: m. JOSEPH UTLEY Oct. 22, 1874. 
They reside in Fayetteville. N. C. 
Issue born there : — ■ ' ■ 

VIII— 3174. Kate Chamberlain Utley. b. 1875; d. March 7, 1906: m. Frank Dixon, of 

Charlotte, N. C. 
VIII— 3175. Minerva Lea Ruffin Utley, b. April — , 1876. ^ 

VIII— 3176. MARY SHEPHERD UTLEY, m. ALBERT H. SLO- 
CUM. 

Their address is Fayetteville. N. C. 
Issue: — 

IX— 5986. Howard Chamberlain Slociim. . • 

IX— 5987. Katherine McNeill Slocum. ; - - • „ 

VIII— 3177. JA^IES McNEILL UTLEY; d. 1894. 

VII— 1186. JOHN ROSE McNEILL, (Catherine 6). b. Aug. 9. 1861 
( ?) ; m. IDA MOORE. 



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Their address is Fayetteville, X. C. 
Issue : — 

VIII— 317S. John Rose McNeil, d. in infancy. 

VIII— 3179. Susan Moore McNeill. 

VIII— 31S0. Grace Chamberlain McNeill. 

VIII— 3181. Thomas Ruffin McNeill. 

Vllt— 3182. Allison McNeill. 

VIII— 3183. Annie Taylor McNeill. 



Issue of Clara Chamberlain (Xo. J-/.^) and George Kerr, born near Newark, 

Del. 

VII— iiSS. MARY GILLESPIE KERR (Ciara, Palmer. Martha, 
Moses, John, John), b. Feb. ly, 1S73. 
She resides with her parents. 



VII— 11S9. ANDREW KERR (Clara 6), b. April 10, 1875; m. LIL- 
LIE B. JONES Oct. 3, 1899, dau. of Edward Jones. 

He is a civil engineer with residence at Pittsburg, Pa. 

Child :— 
VIII— 3184. Andrew Kerr, Jr., b. Feb. 21, 1904. 



VII— 1 190. HELEN MARGARLTTA KERR (Clara 6), b. June 18, 
1881 ; m. PROF. ARTHUR J. WOOD July 26, 1904, son of De Volsom 
Wood and Frances Hart, of New York. 

He is a professor at the Pennsylvania State College, near Bellefonte, 
Centre Co., Pa. 

Child :— 
VIII— 31S5. Reginald DeVolsom Wood, b. June IS, 1907. 

VII— 1191. ALICE GRACE KERR (Clara 6), b. May 9, 18S5. 
She resides with her parents. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Martha^ Ann. 

Ch. of Samuel T. Meeteer {No. J44) and Marx C. Braxton, born in Kankakee, 

Co., 111. 



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VII— 1 192. JESSIE W. MEETEER (Samuel, Ann. ^lartha, Mos- 
, John, John), b. April 11, 1864: m. DR. EDWTN C. BLISS Jan. 15, 
1890, son of Harvey Bliss and Elenora Roy Rose. b. Aug. 17, 1859. 
Their residence is 610 Main St.. Grinnell, Iowa. 
Children : — 

VIII— 31SG. Esther Bliss, b. Oct. 25, 1890. 
VIII— 3187. Edwin Bliss, b. June 3, 1895. 



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VII— no? SA.MLKL ). MEETELK (Samuel 6), b. May 16, 1867; 
d Tunc 14. 1894; m. NANNIE MAY ROSEBROUGH Nov. 24, 1892. 

They resided at Little River. Rise Co., Kan., where he died and was bur- 
ied. His\vidow resides at Builingam, Osage Co., Kan. 

Child :— 

VITI— 31S8. Edith Meeteor. b. Nov. 5, 1893. 

Issue of Joseph C. Mcetecr {Xo. 313) and Henrietta Churclunan. 

VII— 1 194. MARTHA V;. MEETEER (Joseph 6), b. May 4, 1850, 
at Newkirk farm. New Castle Co.. Del.; m. JAMES MUSGROVE Jan. 19, 
1893, son of William ^Musgrove and Eliza Anderson. 

They reside at Merchantville, N. J, No issue. 

VII— 1 195. FRANK C. MEETEER (Joseph 6), b. Oct. 18, 1852, 
at Newark, Del; m. M.-NjRGARETTA READIER April 2, 1896 (?), dau. 
of Henry Reamer and Christie King. 

He is an attorney-at-law, with office in Camden, N. J., and residence in 
West Haddoiilicld. 

Child:— - 

VIII— 3189. Francis Churchman Meeteer, b. April 29. 1901. 

• VII— 1196. ANNIE M. MEETEER (Joseph 6), b. Jan. 14, 1855. 
at New^ark, Del. ; unm. 

She resides with her parents. 

VII— 1 197. HENRIETTA JOSEPHINE MEETEER (Joseph 6), 
b. June I. 1857, at Laporte, Ind. ; unm. 

The following accouiit is taken from a local paper of ]\Iarch 14, 1906: — 

The announcement of the appointment of Henrietta Josephine Meeteer to suc- 
ceed Dean Elizabeth Bond, of Swarthmore College, was made yesterday. Dean Bond 
tendered her resignation to the Board of Managei-s last fall, to take effect at the end 
of the present year. 

Miss Meeteer's home is in Camden, N. J., and she comes from a Friend's family. 
She comploted the teacher's course at the University of Pennsylvania during the years 
189C-1900, and later took a special course in Latin in the graduate department. In the 
fall of 1901, Miss Meeteer was appointed to the Frances Sargent Pepper Fellowship in 
classical language at the University of Pennsylvania, which honor she held for three 
successive years, receiving the degiee of Doctor of Philosophy in June, 1904. 

Dr. Meeteer began her work as teacher in 1887. She taught in well-kno^-n 
preparatory schools in Philadelphia. In the fall of 1904, she was appointed Dean of 
Women in the University of Colorado, from which position she comes to Swarthmore. 
In Colorado, Miss Meeteer originated and has put into operation a system of unification 
among the girls of the university. So successful and practical has this system become, 
that she is now able to turn over to her successor the direction of the work without im- 

Miss Meeteer will begin her duties at Swarthmore next fall, well prepared for 
the work that is before her. In addition to her services as dean, she will teich two 
or three courses in the department of Latin and Greek. With her scholarship repre- 
sented by her work at the University of Pennsylvania, her experience as teacher in 
secondary schools and in a university; with a love for and faith in young people. Miss 
Meeteer combines the qualities and attainments desired in the women chosen to 
direct, the moral, intellectual, and social life of the young women of Swarthmore Col- 
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VII— 1 198. SAMUEL MEETEER (Joseph 6), b. Dec. 14, 1859, at 
Blue Island, 111.: m. LOUISA KING Ecb. 10. 1887, dau. ui Judge Alexan- 
der King and ]Mary Watson, b. 1857. 

He is a Morocco broker in T'ew York, with residence in Hackensack, X. J. 

Children : — 
Viri— 3190. Henrietta King Meeteer. b. Jan. 9, 18S8; d. Oct. 23, 1892. 
VIII— 3191. Mary Lx)uise Meeteer, b. Jan. 10, 1896. 



VII— 1199. .MARGARET COOKE ^lEETEER ( Joseph 6), b. Dec. 
II, 1861, at Chicago, 111.: m. WILLIAM VAXBUREN "Xov. 8, 1888, son 
of James and Harriet X'anBurcn, d. Mar. — , 1906. 

He Nvas an attorney-at-la\v with residence in Indianapolis, Ind., R. D. 19. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3192. Ruth Allen VanBuren. b. March 30, 1894. 

VIII— 3193. Josephine Meeteer VanBuren, b. Dec. 23. 1895; d. Feb. 13. 1907. 

VII— 1200. CHURCH-ALVX MEETEER (Joseph 6). b. Dec. i, 1864, 
at Chicago, 111.; m. MARY WETHERALL WATSOX Oct. 2, 1897, dau. 
of Joseph Watson and Elizabeth Wetherall. 

He is an engraver with residence in Camden. X"^. J. Xo children. 

Issue of JVilliam H. Meeteer (Xo. ^^6) a>id Margaret Horsey. 

VII— 1202. MARGARET HORSEY MEETEER (William, Ann, 
Martha, Moses, John, John), b. May 31, 1S74; d. Jan. 5, 1899; m. WILLIAM 
McKEXXEY June 27. 1894, son of William ^^IcKenney and Eleanor Lux 
Goldsborough, b. Dec. 7, 1873. 

He is of the firm of ]\IcKinney & Keating, insurance agents ; also a di- 
•rector of the Centerville X'ationai Bank, of Centerville,, Queen Anne Co., Md., 
in which town he resides. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3194. William McKenney, b. May 14, 1895. ,.,... ,c. 

• Issue of Edivard B. Meeteer (No. S49) and Harriet Louisa Simofis 

VII— 1203. FRAXK C. MEETEER (Edward 6), b. Jan. 12, 1866; 
m. GR-ACE DUXLAP, 1890, at Lodi, Wis. 

He is a photographer with residence at Grand Rapids, Wis. 
Issue : — 

VIII— 3195. Hazel Irene Meeteer, b. 1891. ' " 

VIII— 3196. Edward Dunlap Meeteer, b. 1895, 

Line of Johx, John, Moses, Moses, Willi.\m P. 
Issue of IVilliam G. Palmer, M. D. {No. j^o) and Elisabeth D. Jackson. 

VII— 1204. ELIZABETH GRAY PALMER (William G.. William 



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P.. Moses, Moses, John. John), b. Sept. 21, 184S, Bladensburg, Md. ; m. DR. 
WILLIAM L. ROBINS Dec. 19, 1894. 

He practices in Washing-ton, D. C, and makes a specialty of nervous dis- 
eases, with residence at 1700 Thirteenth St., N. W. No children. 



VII— 1205. WILLIAM BLADEN PALMER (Wm. G. 6). b. Feb. 
24, 1850, at Bladensburg, Md. ; m. LOVINA SALOME WOEKE Aug. 19, 
1888, at Milwaukee, Wis., dau. of Rev. Albert Woeke, b. Nov. — , 1856. 

He went to Chicago in 1887, but returned to Washington. D. C. in 1896. 
He is a merchant at Corner of 9th and I Sts., N. W., with residence at 609 I 
St., N. E., that city. No issue. 

VII— 1206. FANNIE GRAY PALMER (W^m. G. 6), b. Aug. 20, 
1853, at Washington; unm. 

She resides in Washington, D. C. 



VII— 1207. BENJAMIN LOUNDES PALMER (Wm. G. 6), b. 
Nov. 20, 1856; m. SADIE A. FULLER May 7, 1898. 

Their address is Tacoma Park, Washington, D. C. No issue. 



VII— 1208. HELEN PINCKNEY PALMER (Wm. G. 6), b. Sept. 
23, i860. 

She resides in Washington, D. C. 

Issue of Moses G. Palmer (No. SjI) and Carry Gear. 

VII— 1209. W^VLTER GRAY PALMER (Moses 6), b. Aug. 29, 
1866; d. July 22, 1901; m. LELIA STEVENS Jan. 29, 1895. 
Their residence is not given ; probably St. Louis. Mo. 
Child:— 



VIII— 3197. PAULINE PICKERING PALMER, b. Jan. 4, 1896. 



VII— 1210. JESSIE PALMER (Moses G. 6), b. Dec. 26, 1S69; unm. 
She resides at 4147 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Iss^ie of EUsa P. Palmer (No. J5j) and John T. Towers. 

VII— 121 1. WILLIAM P. TOWERS (Eliza 6), b. Jan. 29, i8:;7; m. 
OCTAVIA L. ADAMS Oct. 12, 1S92. dau. of A. Jackson Adams and sec- 
ond wife, Jane Johnson. 

They reside in W^ashington, D. C. No children. 



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^V Second H,isband, Richard II. Griffith. 

VII— I2I2. CLEORA P. GRIFFITH (Eliza G), b. Jan. 4, 1869; m. 

JOHX H. R. WOEFE Oct. 17, 1889. 

Tliey reside in Baltimore, Md. 

Children: — ■ 

VIII— 3198. John H. R. Wolfe, Jr., b. Jan. 11, 1892. 
VIII— 3199. Humphrey Dorsey Wolfe, b. Sept. 28, 189t. 



VII— 1213. ELIZA BOWIE GRIFFITFI (Eliza 6), b. Mar. 18, 187c; 
m. JOHN A. DORSEY Aug. 26, 1893. 

Their child : — 
VIII— 3200. Emma Dorsey, b. May 8, 1S94. 

M. second, JOSEPFI BLOUXT Nov. 2y, 1901. 
They reside in Washington, D. C. 
Children : — 

V1II~3201. Dorothv Lamar Blount, b. April 13, 1903, 
VIII— 3202. Maud Griffith Blount, b. April 6, 1905. 



VII— 1214. ELLEX CL'VLER GRIFFITH (Eliza 6), b. April 9, 

1872; m. WILLIAM L. MATHEWS Nov. 28. 1 888. 

They reside in Washington, D. C, 

Children : — 

VIII— 3203. Richard Griffith Mathews, b. Feb. 10, 1890. 

VIII— 3204. Eliza Bo^vie Mathews, b. Oct. 2, 1S91. 

VllI— 3205. Helen Palmer Mathews, b. Juno 12, 1S94; d. May — , 1900. 



VII— 1215. MAUD MERRITT GRIFFITFI (Eliza 6), b. Dec. 11, 
1873; m. STEPHEX B. DOUSEY April 19, 1897. 

They reside near L'nity P. O., Montgomery Co., Md. Xo children. 

VII— 1216. LILLY M. GRIFFITH (EHza 6), b. Jnlv 21, 1876; m. 
GEORGE S. BARBOUR Feb. 13. iqoo. 

Thev reside in Xew York Citv. Xo children. 



VII— 1217. RICHARD H. GRIFFITH, JR.. b. May 28. 1878; d. 
July 6, 1879. 

Issue of Benjamin D. Palmer (No. J50) and Mary I. MackoII, born at Wood- 
lawn farm, Montgomery Co., Md. 

VII— 1218. ROBERT McGILL PALMER, b. Oct. 17. 1880; m. 
MARY LE CLAIRE BOSLEY June 2. 1908. dau. of Dr. James Bosley 
(Health Cc^mmissioner of Baltimore, Md.) and Marv L. C. Waters. 



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He is with the U. S. Fidelity & Guarantee Co., of Baltimore, Md., where 
they reside. 

VII— 1219. WILLIAM PENXELL PALMER, b. March 2. 1882; m. 
MARCIA SWORMSTEDT Aug. 3, 1907, of Washington, D. C, dau. of 
John S. Swormstedt and Marcia Carter. 

They reside on and farm his father's plantation, "Woodlawn," with ad- 
dress Sandy Spring, Montgomery Co., Md. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 320G. John McGill Palmer, b. April 27, 1908. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Moses, Pennell. 

Issue of Edward L. Palmer {No. ^6f) and Snsaii C. Boyd, born in Balti- 
more, Md. 

VII— 1221. ALBERT G. PALMER (Edward L., Pennell, Moses. 
Moses, John, John), b. 8 mo. 11, i860; m. JULIA MARY ELEANOR 
MEXARD, I mo. 29. 1896, dau. of John B. ]^Ienard and Ellen D. Grubb 
(William, Curtis), b. 6 mo. 9, 1869. 

They reside 011 the fami of his grandfather, near Sandy Spring, ]»*Iont- 
gomery Co., ]Md. 

Children : — 

VllI— 3207. Curtis Grubb Palmer, b. S-24-1807. 
VIll— 3208. Eleanor Livingston Palmer, b. 4-19-1901. 
VIII— 3209. Julia Hilda Palmer, b. 12-7-1904. 



VII— 1222. ELEANOR BOYD PALMER (Edward L. 6), b. 12 mo. 
18, 1862; m. CARROLL R. WILLIAMS i mo. 23. 1890, son of John S. Wil- 
liams and Rachel P. MagiJl,^ b. 8 mo. 2, 1858. 

Lie is an attorney-at-law 2nd a manager of the Delaware River Bridge 
at New Hope, Pa., with ot^ce at Room 1112 Stephen Girard Bldg., 21 South 
1 2th St.. and residence 3606 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children : — , . ^ 

VIII— 3210. Catherine Boyd Williams, b. 9-6-1S91. 

VIII— 3211. John Williams, II., b. 4-S-1893. , 

VIII— 3212. Carroll R. Williams. Jr., b. 9-23-1903. '■'^" " " ■ ' ' " 



VII— 1223. ELSIE PALMER (Edward L. 6). b. 12 mo. 17, 1865; m. 
THOMAS JANNEY BROWN 10 mo. 17, 1894. son of William Brown 
and Lydia N. Janney. b. 5 mo. 26, 1867, at Lincoln, Loudon Co., Va. 

He is a general agent of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Com.pany of 
Philadelphia, Pa., at Washington. D. C. His address is 13 19 F St., N. W. 

Issue : — 

Note.— Rachel P. Magill was a sister to Edward H. Magill, A. M., many years Pi-esi- 
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VIII— 3213. Jan€t McPherson Brown, b. 1-6-1S96. 

VIII— 3214. Boyd Janney Brown, b. 4-19-1S98. 

VIII— 3215. Elsie Palmer Brown, b. 1-10-1901. 

VIII— 3216. Virginia Neill Brown, b. 7-13-19ii3. 

VIII— 3217. Thomas McPherson Brown, b. 6-29-1906. 



VII— 1224. JANET Mcpherson palmer (Edward 6), b. II 
mo. 20, 1871; m. ROBERT EMMETT ROBINSON 11 mo. 17, 1897. He 
is a son of Robert Emmett Robinson and Maria J. Kates, b. 4 mo. 28. 1871. 

"He is senior member of the firm of R. E. Robinson &: Co., (formerly 
Dick & Robinson) Bankers, No. 30 Broad Street, New York, and Philadel- 
phia, with residence Larchmont ]\Ianor. Westchester Co., N. Y. He is a grand- 
son of Robert Randolph Robin.=on who, witli his sons. John Norris and Robert 
Emmett, established the oldest private banking hoiife in Delaware, John Nor- 
ris afterwards becoming a member of th.e firm of Drexel, Morgan & Co., of 
New York." 

Children : — 

VIII— 321S. Catherine Palmer Robinson, b. 11-6-1S98. 

VIII— 3219. Dorothy Robinson, b. 3-9-1902; d. 1-8-1907. 

VIII— 3220. Janet McPherson Robinson, b. 11-12-1904. 

VIII— 3221. Robert E. Robinson, Jr., b. 5-21-1906. 

VII— 1225. EDWARD LIVINGSTON PALMER. IR., (Edward 
L. 6), b. 5 mo. 26, 1877; m. JESSIE M. LOEFFLER 6 mo. 26, 1907, of 
Pittsburg, Pa., dau. of John Lc^effler and Rachel Ann Owens, b. 11 mo. 29, 

He is an architect, and has charge of extensive building operations at Ro- 
land Park, Baltimore, Md., with residence at 216 Longwood Road. 

Issue of Charles McP. Palmer {No. ^64) and Jane S. Nickelson, born in Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

VII— 1226. ALBERT N. PALMER (Charles, Pennell, Moses, Moses, 
John, John), b. 6 mo. 24, 1868: m. ELIZABETH GILBERT, of New York. 
No children. 

He is employed with the Copper Wire Works at Pautucket, R. L. and 
travels in its interests, going, amongst other places, to Mexico, Cuba, etc. 

Issue of John McP. Palmer {No. j68) and Anna L. Ford, born in Baltimore, 

Md. 

VII'-i227. MAGGIE G. PALMER, b. 2 mo. 27, 1870;, d. 2 mo. 2y 
1870. . 

VII— 1228. WALTER McP. PALMER, b. 4 mo. 26, 1872; d. 5 mo. 
6, 1872. : I • . 

VII— 1229. MARY ANN PALMER (John M., Pennell, Moses, Moses, 
John, John), b. Jan. 11, 1875; unm. 



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She resides with her parents. 

VII— 1230. JOHN HOWARD PALMER (John M. 6), b. Mar. 7. 
1877; m. BARB-\RA chandler Jan. 11, 1906, dau. of Walter G. 
Chandler and Carohne Barber. 

They reside in Rowland Park. Baltimore, Md. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3222. Elizabeth Palmer, b. June 16, 1907. 

Issue of Arthur IV. Palmar {Xo. ^6p) and Elizabeth Thackara, born in Bal- 
, • , timore, Md. 

VII— 123 1. EMMA LOUISE PALMER (Arthur, Pennell, Moses, 
Moses, John, John), b. May 7, 1875: m. REV. HARRIS MALIXXKRODT 
Jan. 9, 1901, b. Oct. — , 1874 (?). 

He is a P. E. Rector ; had charge of a church first at Winton and after- 
wards at Charlotte, N. C. No children. 

■• VII— 1232. ARTHUR W. ^ALMER, JR., b. Jan. 31. 1878; d. 
young (?). 

VII— 1233. REBECCA Mcpherson palmer, b. Sept. 15, iSSo; 
d. young (?). 

VII— 1234. OWEN THACKARA PALMER, b. Nov. 2. 1885; unm. 

Llis home residence is Baiiiniore, Md. He is a civil engineer, and has 
been engaged in various parts of the country, lately in New Orleans and Miss- 
issippi. 

Jssiie of Mary Ann M. Palmer {No. ^jo) and George W. C. Beall. 

VII— 1235. EDWARD CALMER BEALL (Marv A., Penyell, Mos- 
es, Moses, John, John), b. Aug 21, 1875- m. ELIZABETH MAGRUDER 
Mar. — , 1908. 

He is farming the home farm. ''Sunnyside"; address, Der^vood, Md. 

VII— 1236. FRANK FORREST BEALL (Marv 6). b. Sept. 15. 
1877; m. LIARRIET ROSE FECHTI " April 20. 1904, dau. of Dr. Fech- 
tig, of Hagerstown, Md., b. Sept. i, 1877. 

They reside in Providence, R. I., where he is employed in the Brown & 
Sharpe Manufacturing Company. He was also in Mexico for some time es- 
tablishing a plant for the company. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3223. Helen Louise Beall, b. Feb. 10. 1906. 
VIII— 3224. Frank Forrest Beall, b. July 12. 1908. 



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VII— 1237. ALBERT PALMER BEALL (Mary A. 6), b. Sept. 13, 
1879; m. AL^RGARET DORSEV WATERS Dec. '14. 1905. dau. of 
Thomas W'orthington Waters, of Olncy, ]\ld., b. Oct. 14, 18S2. 

He is a farmer in Montgomery Co., Md. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3225. Albert Palmer Beall, Jr., b. Dec. 13, 1906. 

VIII— 3226. Mary Emma Beall, b. May 26, 1908. . • 



VII— 1238. GEORGE W. C. BEALL, JR.. (Mary A. 6), b. Jan. 18, 
1882. 

He is a bookkeef>er: was with the Grant Manufacturing Co., W^ashington, 
D. C. 

Line of John, John, ^Icses, Moses, LIannah P. 

Issue of H. Hozi'ord Smith {No. 371) and Hannah Rachel Cameron, born in 

Cincinnati, O. 

VII— 1239. ALICE E. SMITH, b. 3 mo. 4, 1870; d. 6 mo. 8, 1870. 

VII— 1240. ANNA GILPIN SMITH (H. Howard. Hannah, Moses, 
Moses, John, John), b. 3 mo. 4, 1870 (twin) ; m. JAMES WATT GRAHAM 
10 mo. II, 1894, son of David L. Graham and Janet Watt. 

They reside in Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Children : — > 

VIII— 3227. Laura Smith Graham, b. 12-14-1895. ^ ■ :■ ' • . , 

VIII— 3228. Janet Watt Graham, b. 4-21-1897. j ■ ■ 

By Second Wife, Ei'a B. Kendall. 

VII— 1241. HOWARD KENDALL SMITH (H. Howard 6), b. 8 
mo. 10, 1883; unm. 

He removed in 1907 to Spokane. Wr-sh.. with address (1908) 301 River- 
side Ave., that city. 



VII 1242. FRANCIS PALMER SMITH (H. Lloward 6), b. 3 mo. 
2y, 1886; m. ELLA SORIN 6 mo. 15. 1910, dau. of W. A. Sorin. 

He graduated 6 mo., 1907. as an architect at the University of Pennsyl- 
vania; he was located in Hayden Building, Columbus, O. 

He is a civil engineer and is a professor in the Georgia School of Tech- 
nology, at Atlanta, Ga. 

Issue of R. Clinton Siitith (No. j?75) and Mary E. Smith. 

VII— 1243. ETHEL G. M. CLINTON SMITH (R. Clinton, Han- 
nah, Moses, Moses. John, John), b. 12 mo. 14, 1876. She resides with her 
mother, with address, Darlington, Md. 



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VII— 1244. GEORGE V. CLIXTOX SMITH (R. Clinton 6), b. i 
mo. 10, iSSo; ni. AMY FAR.AJJAY 5 mo. 22. 1909, dau. of Jacob Faraday. 

He is a civil engineer and is an assistant suj>ervisor on the P. R. R. with 
residence at Barnesboro. Cambria Co., Pa. 

Line of John, Johx, Moses, Joseph, Edith, 

Issue of Catharine S. Morris {No. ?//) and Benjamin Fnrness, born near Oak 

Hill, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

VII— 1245. JOHN M. FCRNESS (Catharine. Edith. Joseph. Moses, 
John, John), b. 12 mo. 29, 1857; m. LAURA ]\I. KIXG 11 mo. 24, 1881, 
dau. of Vincent King and Ann Eliza Morrison, b. July 25, ( 1859 or 60). 

He is a fanner with address Nottingham R. F. D., Lancaster Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3229. Mary A. Furness. b. 10-14-1SS2. 

VIII— 3230. Benjamin Furness. b. 12-21-1SS3. 

VIII— 3231. Carl Furness. b. 9-7-1SS5. 

VIII— 3232. Margaret H. Furness, b. 12-20-1886; d. 8-5-1S87. 

VIII— 3233. Vincent K. Furness, b. 2-19-1888. 

VIII— 3234. Catharine S. P^urness, b. 2-2-1890; d. 7-27-1890. 

VIII— 3235. Catharine M. Furness, b. 7-9-1S91; d. 9-2(>-lS91. 

VIII— 3236. Ruth Furness. b. 9-3-1S93. 

VIII— 3237. Catharine S. Furness, b. 11-30-1894. 



VII— 1247. MARY FLR>>ESS (Tatharine 6), b. 4 mo. 22. 1861; m. 
FRANK HARKNESS 11 mo 30, 1882, son of Adam Harkness and Mary 
A. Young, b. 4 mo. 6, 1859. 

He farmed for several years, then removed to Philadelphia and went in- 
to the meat trade with residence 2303 N. Woodstock St. 

Child:— 

VIII— 3238. ALFRED S. HARKNESS, b. 7 mo. 24. 1884. 
He is a clerk with Baily, Banks & Riddle; also a night student at Temple 
College, Philadelphia. 

Issue of Abraham IV. Morris {No. ^So) and Chvitta Pickering, born near 

Oak Hill, Lancaster Co.. Pa. 

VII— 1248. JOHN V. MORRIS, b. 12 mo. 13, 1870: d. 7 mo. 7, 1S84. 



VII— 1249. EDITH P, .MORRIS (Abraham. Edith, Joseph, Moses, 
John, John), b. 3 mo. 30, 1871 ; m. FIOWARD ENGLAND i mo. 24, 1894, 
son of Job and Mary England, b. May 13. 1870. 

Their address is Rising Sim. ]Md. R F, D. i. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3239. Norman P. England, b. 11-25-1894. ..•■.. 

VIII— 3240. Claretta England, b. 9-24-1896. 



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VIII— 3241. Eugene England, b. 10-6-1898. 

VIII— 3242. Clyde England, b. 11-9-1900. 

VIll— 3213. Howard A. England, b. 2-19-1903. 

VIII— 3244. Charles J. England, b. 12-13-1905. 

VII— i2:io. CHARLES H. MORRIS (Abraham 6). b. 12 mo. 14. 
1872; m. GERTRUDE MARTINDAI.E 5 mo. 3, 1899, dau. of Amos and 
Gertrude i^Iartindale, b. 2 mo. 10, 1878. 

Their address is North East, Md.. R. F. D. i. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3245. Helen Monis, b. 5-25-1900; d. 2-19-1901. 

VIII— 3246. Harry M. Morris, b. 10-23-1901. 

VIII— 3247. Charles E. Morris, b. 10-27-1902. 

VIII— 3248. Gertrude C. Morris, b. 2-3-1905. 

Issue of William L. Morris (No. ^84) and Georgie S. Dill, born at Frederick, 

Md. 

VII— 1251. EDITH M. MORRIS (William E. 6), b. June 10. 1876; d. 
Feb. 4, 1905; m. RICHARD S. WEST Oct. 30, 1902. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3249. Richard S. West, Jr., b. June 30, 1903. 
VIII— 3250. William Morris West. b. Jan. 15, 1905. 

VII— 1252. WTLLIAM F. MORRIS (William 6), b. Oct. 21, 1877; 
m. JENNIE TURNER Nov. 24. 1903. 

They removed from Nashville, Tenn, in 1904, to Los Angeles, Cal. No 
children. 

VII— 12^3. GERTRUDE D. ^^lORRIS (William 6), b. Sept. 27, 
1879; m. Sa5s'DY J. UNDERWOOD Oct. 7, 1903. 

They reside in Nashville, Tenn. , 

Child:— ■ ■ ' . 

VIII— 3251. Sandy J. Underwood, Jr., b. .Tan. 8, 1905. 

Line of John, John. Moses, Joseph, Wilson. 

Issue of Rces Palmer (Xo. :^8/') and Murv S. Nields, born in West Chester, 

Pa. ' 

VII— 1254. GEORGE JAQUETTE PALMER (Rees. Wilson. Jos- 
eph, Moses. John, John), b. J'ine 25, 1862; m. MARGARET JOHNSON 
July 24, 1889, dau. of Thomas W. Johnson and Sarah Poole* b. July 19. 1863, 
at Elam, Delaware Co., Pa. 

Note.— Sarah Poole, was a dau. of Wesley Poole (b. April 14. ISll; d. Feb. 12. 
1904) and Mary Williams, (d. Oct. 3, 1S90). We.'^ley was a son of Thomas Poole and 
Elizabeth Barlow. Thomas W. Johnson, b. Jan. 9. 1833, was a succrssful teacher and 
afterwards agrrlculturist. He was a son of William Johnson, who ra. Eliza A. Talley 
and resided at Elam, Delaware Co.. Pa. William was n son of Robeit Johnson, whose 
father served in the patriot army and was killed at the battle of White Plains, N. V., 
Oct. 28. 1776. 



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He managed his father's store from Jan. 188S to 1900, when lie pur- 
chased the stock and also that of his Ur.cle Eli, and has since conducted the 
business on an extensive scale on Market St., with residence 419 S. Walnut 
St., West Chester, Pa. 

They are members, and he a trustee of the M. E. church. 

Children : — 

Vlir— 3252. Emma Johnson Palmer, b. Juno 27, 1S91. 
VIII— 3253. Mary Edna Palmer, b. April 10, 1896. 



VII— 1256. MARY XIELDS PALMER (Rees 6), b. Dec. 12, 1S67; 
m. JOSIAH BOND FAIRLAMB Sept. 14, 1899. son of R. Crosby Fair- 
lamb and Lucretia M. Bond, b. Sept. 8. 1870. 

(R. Crosby, a son of Nicholas Fairlamb and ?^Iary Walter, b. 9 mo. 26, 
1820; d. 2 mo. 29, 1896, and Lucretia M., a dau. of Josiah Bond and Martha 
Hilliard, of Salem, N. ]., b. 3 mo. 5, iS^S; d. 2 mo. 28, 1906.) 

He went to Colorado for a few years, then returned and resides in Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., where he is in business. 

Child :— 

VIII— 3254. Elsie Palmer Fairlamb. b. Jan. 1. 1902, at Col. Springs ; d. Oct. 12, 1902, 
at West Chester. Pa. 



VII— 1257. CHARLES REES PALMER (Rees 6), b. July 10, 1870; 
m. ELIZABETH R. WOOD Feb. 14, 1894, dau. of Dr. Henry Clay Wood 
and Hannah Haines, b. May 12, 1872, in Avondale, Pa. 

He graduated at the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, in 1893, 
and at once entered upon practice in West Chester, Pa., where he has an ex- 
tensive patronage, and is a highly recognizezd member of various medical bod- 
ies. In religion he is a Presbyterian. He is also affiliated with various IMason- 
ic bodies and St. John Commandery, Xo. 4. Knights Templar, of Philadelphia- 
He is also a member of the order of B. P. O. E. 

Children, born in \\'est Chester, Pa : — 

VIII— 3255. Elizabeth Hoopes Palmer, b. Nov. 1, 1S95. • • .•;. 

VIII— 3256. Charles Rees Palmer, Jr.. b. Sept. 11, 1898. 
VIII— 3257. Marie Palmer, b. April 12, 1900; d. April 2-5. 1900. 



VII— 1258. ELIZA D. PALMER (Rees 6), b. Mar. 28, 1872. . 
She resides with her mother at \\>st Chester, Pa. 

VII— 1259. HENRY RALPH PALMER (Rees 6). b. April 28. 
1875; d. Mar. 18, 1902; unm. 

He graduated from the West Chester High School and in the engineer- 
ing department at Lehigh University. Pa., and was emploved with the United 
Gas Improvement Co., in Patterson, \. T.. where he died ; buried in Green- 
mount Cemetery, West Chester. Pa. 



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Issue of Eli Palvicr {No. s^^) <^"<J Markinim S medley, born in West Chester, 

Pa. 

VII— 1260. LUIDA BELLE PAL.AIER (Eli, Wilson. Joseph, Moses, 
John, John), b. Nov. 30, 1866; m. FRANK MORTON JONES Sept. 5, 
1900, of Wilmington, Del., where she had been teaching, and where they re- 
side. 



VII— 1261. ALICE SMEDLEY PALMER (EH 6), b. ^lay 17, 1870. 
She is principal of the Friends' Seminary, N. Y., with home address West 
Chester, Pa. 



VII— 1262. LOUIS JAOUETTE PALMER (Eli, W^ilson, Joseph; 
Moses, John, John), b. :^Iay 24. 1874; m. ANNE KNON BUZBY April 15, 
1905, by Rev. Wm. FI. Miller, of Bryn Mawr. dau. of George Percival Buzby 
and Ida Marian Ury, of Philadelphia, Pa., b. June i, 1882. 

He graduated at \\'est Chester High School and afterwards at Haverford 
College, 1894. Fie taught four years at Pottstown, Pa.. High School, and 
then as assistant principal at West Chester High School, and later was princi- 
pal of the boys' school of Pennsylvania Institution for Instruction of the Blind 
in Philadelphia. Fie studied lav,- and was admitted to the Chester county bar 
in 1902, and Philadelphia bar ir. 1903, and has an office at 711 Arcade Build- 
ing. They are members of the P. E. church. 

Child :— 

VIII— 3258. Marian Knox Palmer, b. Aug. 24, 1906. 



VII— 1263. FLORENCE ELGARDA PALMIER (Eli 6), b. Sept. 5, 

1879- 

She is a teacher in the I'ricnds Seminary in New York City, with home 

address West Chester, Pa. 

Issue of George IV. Fahne}" (No. ?5p) and Hester Tucker, all born in West 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

VII— 1264. WILLIAM H. PALMER (Geo. W.. Wilson, Joseph. 
Moses, John, John), b. March 7, 1867; m. ALICE W^HITEHOUSE June 
21, 1888, dau. of Thomas Whitehouse and Anna Smith, b. Nov. 2, 1868, in 
England. 

He is in partnership with his father in the heater, range and roofing busi- 
ness. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3259. Alice Palmer, b. Dec. 21, 18S9; d. same day. 

VIII— 3260. Emily H. Palmer, b. July 3, 1891. : 

VIII— 3261. Esther Anna Palmer, b. July 7. 1S93. 

Vin— 3262. Isaac Garrett SniPdley Palmer, b. ^Tay 27, 1895. 

VIII— 32G3. William Howard Palmer, Jr., b. Jan. 2, 1899. 



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VII_i265. SARAH T. PALMER (Geo. W. G), b. Oct. 5, 1869. 
She resides with her parents. 



VII— 1266. HARRY K. PALMER (Geo. W. 6), b. Mays. 1871:01. 
CATHARINE MILLIXGER ^larch 6. 1895. dan. of Harry MiHinger and 
Emma Bratt. b. Jan. 5, 1875. 

He is engaged in the heater, range and roofing trade at 4029 Lancaster 
Ave., and residence is 421 X. Preston St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3264. Helen Hoskins Palmer, b. Oct. 10. 1SS5. 
VIII— 3265. Harry Millinger Palmer, b. Sept. 10, 1900. 



VII— 1267. ANNA M. PALMIER (Geo. W. 6), b. Oct. 19, 1872. 
She resides at home. 



VII— 1268. EDITH M. PAL:MER (Geo. W. 6), b. April 26, 1874; 
d. Feb. 24, 1875. 



VII— 1269. HELEN H. PALMIER (Geo. W. 6), b. April 20. 1882; 
d. June II, 1891. 

Line of John, John, Moses, Aarox, Thomas. 
Issue of Sarah Ann Palvicr (No. 700) and John M. Wilkbison. 

VII— 1270. CANBY STEEL WILKINSON (Sarah A.. Thomas. 
Aaron, Moses, John. John), b. .March 2. 1847; m. :MARY MARGARET 
SIMPSON Dec. 25, 1872, dan. of Robert and Mary Simpson, of Lycoming 
Co., Pa., b. Sept. 4, 1852. 

He was an engineer for 40 years at Williamsport, Pa ; was disabled. He 
was elected alderman of Tenth Aard. that city, which office he now holds, with 
address 1418 West Fourth St. 

Children : — - ; 

VIII— 3266. EDWIN B. WILKINSON, b. Nov. 8, 1876. 

He graduated at Lehigh I'niversitv in 1901 as a chemist, and is with the 
N. J. Zinc Co.. at Palmerton. Carbon Co., Pa. ; m. BELLE ELVERSON 
June I, 1903, of Newark, N. J. 

Child :— 
IX— 59S8. Elizabeth F. Wilkinson, b. Mar, 26, 1904. 



VIII— 3267. GEORGE NORMAN WILKINSON, b. Mar. 12. 1882; 
unm. 



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He is a taxidermist; also a student ir Biology, 1907, at Bucknell Univer- 
sity, Lewisburg, Pa. 



VII— 1271. ^L\RGARET AXX WILKIXSOX ^Sarah A. 6), b. 
Sept. 4, 1S48; d. Dec. 13, 1876: m. HUGH BEXTOX ALEXAXDER May 
16, 1871, son of Thomas and Eliza Alexander, of Cecil Co., Md. ; b. Aug. 13^ 
1837- 

He resides on a farm, with address Blake, Cecil Co., ^vld. 

Children : — ■ ' 

VIII— 326S. Canby A. Alexander, b. March 1, 1872; d. Jan. 30, 1001; unm. 
VIII— 3269. Sarah E. Alexander, b. Dec. 7, 1873; unm. 
She resides with her father. 



VII— 1272. ANNA MARIA W'lL.KINSOX (Sarah A. 6), b. Sept. 
13, 1850; d. Jan. 22, 1876; m. ALFRED ELY Sept. 2t^, 1870, son of Amos 
and Eliza Ely. He d. Jan, 2^, 187S; both buried at Rosebank Cemetery, 
Calvert, :\Id. 

Child :— 

VIII— 3270. Ann Elizabeth Ely, b. Dec. 14. 1871. 

She resides with her aunt, Sarah E. White. Her address is, Nottingham, Pa. 



VII— 1273. JAMES EDWIN T. WILKINSON (Sarah A. 6), b. 
June 22, 186: ; m. ELIZABETH G. BRITTON June 22, 18S2, dau. of 
Charles Britton and Elizabeth Hess, of Philadelphia, and later of Lycoming 
Co., Pa.; b. Feb. 14, 1859. 

He is an engineer, now with the fire department of Williamsport, with 
residence at 1538 Erie Ave. 

Children: — * ' . • 

VIII— 3271. :JABEL ETHEL WILKINSON, b. June 22, 1883: m. 
WILLI A]\I FLEXER Sept. 25, 1907, son of Edward Flexer and Salina 
Houck, b. Sept. — , 1875. 

He is a P. & R. conductor, with residence in Williamsport, Pa. 

VIII— 3272. EARL MILTON WILKINSON, b. June 21, 1891. 
VIII— 3273. LISLE BRITTON WILKINSON, b. June 25, 1891. 



VII— 1274. SARAH EVA WILKINSON (Sarah A. 6). b. Feb. 14. 
1867; m. LEVI K. WHITE Oct. 7, 1S86, son of John Roland and Sarah 
Elizabeth White, b. Dec. 18, 186.^, near Glenroy, Pa. 

He is a farmer, with address Nottingliam, Chester Co., Pa. X'o issue. 



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Issue of Mary Paluicr {So. 59/) and Amos Davis. 

Vll_i275. CHARLES DAVIS (Mary. Thomas, Aaron. Moses. Jchr, 
John), b. July 26. 1S50: m. AN'XIE E KEXXADY Dec. 24, iS75,\iau. 
of Wilham 11. and Mary E. Kennady, b. Aug-. 9. 1855. 

He is a fanner, with addres^i Strickeriville, Chester Co., Pa. ; no children. 



VII— 1279. SARAH EMMA DAVIS Olarv 6). b. Nov. 6, 18:^7; in. 
GEORGE HETHERIXGTOX Sept. 1^. 18S6, b. Tune 2. 184:;: d. Sept. 2^ 
1S98. 

He was engaged in iron works. She resides at 76 Water St., Kentm::e, 
Wilmington, Del. 

Children : — 

VIII— 31'74. Eruest P. Hetherington, b. Feb. 16. 1SS7. 

\'1II— n27G. .John II. Htrtherington, b. Aug. IS, ISSS. 

Vni— .1276. Norman R. Hetherington, b. Sept. 2, 1S90. 

VIII— 3277. Albert V. Hetherington, b. Sept. 5, 1S92. 

vni-327S. Mary Ella Hetherington, b. Oct. 19, 1894. 

VIII— 3279. George G. Hetherington, b. Mar. 9, 1898. 



VII— 12S0. PALMER CH.-VMBERLAIX DAVIS (Mary 6). b. Ian. 
12. 1861: m. MATILDA J. VALEXTIXE April 4. 1894. dati. of John 
\'alentine and Phebe Egbert, b. Eeb. 26, 1863. 

He is a farmer; has resided in various localities, latterly near ]MarshaIlton, 
Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3280. Elizabeth Davis, b. Mar. 7, 1895. 

VI II— 3281. Elwood Davis, b. Oct. 5, 1897. , ' 

VII— 1283. ELLA DAVIS (Mary 6). b. July 5. 1867: m. XORRIS 
E. REESE Alarch 25, 1894. ^cn of Jaii;es Reese and Eliza Covey, b. April 
— , 1867; d. Mar. 19. 1896. 

He worked in the railroad yards at Wilmington, Del., and was killed by 
iK-ing struck bv the cars. 

Child:—' >.. , .. .• .,, ,.. 

VIII— 3282. HAZEL M. REESE, b. April 25, 1895. She m. second, 
GEORGE McBRIDE, of Unionville. Pa^ 

VII— 1284. HARRY ELMER DAVIS (Marv 6), b. Dec. 4. 1871 ; 
m. XELLIE M. DAVIS Xov — , 1892, dau. of Joseph and ^larv Davis, b. 
Sept.-. 1874 (?). 

He is a farmer: has lived on several farms, latterlv near Unionville, 
Chester Co.. Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 32S3. Mabel V. Davis, b. Mar. 18 1894 

V1II-32S4. Earl C. Davis, b. Sept. 27. 1895. '. ; . ■ •■ 



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VIII— 32S5. Florence E. Davis, b. July 29. 1897. 

VIII— 32S6. Marv E. Davis, b. June 7, 1S99. 

VIII— 32S7. Harb' A. Davis, b. Nov. 16, 1900; d. Aug. 7, 1901, 

VIII— 32SS. Elsie M. Davis, b. Aug. 7, 1902. 

VIII— 32S9. Alvin P. Davis, b. May 2, 1905. 

Issue of Elizabeth Palmer (Xo. jp-') oud WilUain Magran'. 

VII— 12S5. GEORGE THOMAS MAGRAW (Elizabeth, Thomas, 
Aaron, Moses, John, John), b. Aug. 26. 1868; m. LAURA M. PERKINS 
April 24, 1895, dau. of W'ilHam Perkins and AdaHne Boyd, 1). Nov. 9, 1858. 

He graduated as a pJivsician at Jefferson ^Medical College. Philadelphia, 
May, 1897, and settled at Avondale, Chester Co., Pa., wliere l:e is in active 
practice. 

Child:— 
VIII— 3290. Blanche May Magraw, b. April 26, 1897. 

Issue of Harriet Pahner {No. S93) «"^ ^olui McGirk. 

VII— 1286. CAROLINE PALMER (Harriet, Thomas, Aaron, Moses, 
John, John), b. :\Iay 14, 1859; m. WILLIA^sI LOCKARD :.Iay 28, 1883, 
son of William Lockard and Hannah Ayers, b. June 26, 1859. 

They resided at ]\It. Joy, Lancaster Co., Pa., and later at Modena, Ches- 
ter Co. He works in a paper mill. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3291. Mary Lockard, b. Nov. 14. 1884. 
VIII— 3292. Charles Lockard, b. May 18, 1886. 



VII— 1287. ELIZABETH E. McGIRK (Harriet 6), b. Mar. 18, 
1870, in Cecil Co., i\[d. ; d. Aug. 16, 1907: bur. Doe Run Presbyterian church; 
m. HIRAM C. BARNES June 28, 1S96, son of Thomas Barnes and Ellen 
Richey, b. Dec. 13, 1868. 

He is a paper maker, employed at ^.lodena, with residence first at Z\lor- 
tonville, Chester Co., Pa., and later at Modena. ^ 

Children : — 

VIII— 3293. Charlence Barnes, b. Oct. 12, 1896; d. Dec. 21, 1896. 

VIII— 3294. Beulah Barr.es, b. Mar. 20, 1898. 

VIII— 3295. Paul H. Barnes, b. July 28, 1900. 

VIII— 3296. Edna M. Barnes, b. Sept. 7, 1902. 

VIII— 3297. Ralph Barnes, b. April 13, 1907; d. Sept. 30, 1907. 



VII— 1288. HARVEY N McGIRK, b. July 11. 1875; unm. 
He resides at ^Nlodena, Pa., and works in the paper mill — new mill. 



VII— 1289. ELLWOOD CLARENCE McGIRK, b. Jan. 21, 1879; 
unm. 

He resides with his parents, and works in the paper mill — old mill. 



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Issue of Thomas H. Palmer {Xo. ^9i) and Martha Pass, born in Cecil Co., 

Md. 

VII— 1290. WILLIAM THOMAS PALMER (Thomas, Thomas, 
Aaron. Moses, John, John). K May 24. 1S67; m. JEXXIE KEXXEDY 
Sept. J. 1885. dan. of WilHam H. Kennedy and Mary Pickering. She d. Dec. 
18, 1894. aged T,T, years. 

M. second, ELIZABETH TYSON Mar. 12, 1895, dan. of Isaac and 
Ly«ha Tyson. 

They resided at Appleton, Cecil Co., Md., and later near Strickersville, 

Pa. ' . - 

Child by first wife: — 
VIII- 329S. Clarence Henry Palmer, b. June 6, 1886; d. Jan. 31, 1903, 



VII— 1291. AXXA MARY PALMER (Thomas 6), b. July 10, 1868; 
d. Oct. 12, 18S8; unm. 



VH— 1293. CANBY HOPKINS ?AL:\IER (Thomas, Thomas, Aar- 
on, Moses, John, John), b. Apiil 4, 1871 ; m. LAURA MAHOXY July i, 
1 89 1, dan. of Elisha B. 3*Iahony and ^Mary Hall, b. June 30, 1872. 

He is a foreman in a spinning mill at Landenberg, Chester Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3299. Clara Palmer, b. Sept. 27, 1892. 

She m. Virgil Brown Dec. 22. 1909. He is a butcher at Chesterville, Pa. 
Vlil— 3300. Heston Palmer, b. May 12, 1894. 
VIII— 3301. Edna Palmer, b. Nov. 11, 1897. 



VII— 1294. XORRIS ISAAC PALMER (Thomas 6). b. Sept. 22, 
1872; m. MARY :\IORSOX Tuly i, 1891, dau. of William ^slorson and 
Elizabeth Predicks, b. ~\Iar. 2, 1874, in Mass. 

They reside at 12 18 W. 2nd St., Wilmington, Del. He is a machinist, 
C!n])l<A-cd at the Remington woiks. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3302. Emma Gertrude Palmer, b. Feb. 7, 1893. 

Vm -3303. Pearl Palmer, b. July 24, 1896; d. Aug. 7. 1896. 

VII— 129s. XEWTOX E. PALMER (Thomas 6), b. Sept. 22, 1875; 
m. ESTHER ELIZABETH ITALL Dec. 22, 1896, dau. of John Hall and 
Sarah Robinson, of Oxford, Pa., b. Aug. 3, 1875. 

He is a barber, with shop Mnd residei ce in Oxford, Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 33')4. Arthur Newton Palmer, b. April 27, 1898. 

VIII— .1305. Maynard William Palmer, b. Dec. 13, 1900. 

VI II- 3300. .Sarah Volma Palmer, b. June 23, 1903. 

VUI-33ij7, Thomas Thurlow Palmer, b. March 22. 1905. 



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Vll — 1290. KDU'AKU J-KAXK I'ALAlhR ( J liomas 6). b. June !:<. 
1877; m. IDA BERNARD April 11, igoo. dan. of Xelsoti C. Bernard and 
Hannah AL Dolby, b. May 22,, 1S81. 

He is a barber by trade, and resided at Landenburg. Pa.; then removed to 
1606 W. 3rd St., Chester, Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— 330S. Raymond Walter Palmer, b. .lune 16, 1901, at Landenburg. 
VIII— 3309. Grace Lorene Palmer, b. July 1, 1903. at Landenburg. 
VIII— 3310. Alvln Thomas Palmer, b. July 15, 1907, at Chester. 



Vn— 1297. CORA VIOLA PALMER (Thomas 6). b. Dec. 29. 1879: 
m. GEORGE EXTRIKEX Eeb. 26,, 1903. son of Albert and Zellah Entri- 
ken, of Centre ville, Del. 

He is a blacksmith, with residence first at Landenburg, Pa. He has since 
removed to Hamorton, Pa. 

Child:— ; 

VIII— 3311. Marian Man,- Entriken, b. Sept. 8, 1903. 

VII— 1298. CHARLES R. PALMIER (Thomas 6), b. July 21, 1882; 
m. CARRIE RAISBECK March 20. 1907. dau. of Charles H. Raisbeck 
and Annie Jacobs, b. Oct. 6, 188S. in Philadelphia. Pa. 

He is a steam fitter; resided in \\'ilmington, Del., and later in Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3312. Anna Palmer, b. June 6, 1908. < • 



■ VII— 1299. HARRY O. PALMER (Thomas 6), b. June 17, 1885. 
Lie is Deputy Postmaster at Landenburg, Chester Co., Pa., and hves with 
his parents. 



VII— 1300. JEXXIE GERTRUDE PALMER (Thomas 6), b. Feb. 
4, 1888; m. RUSH BRADFORD April 26, 1905. son of Samuel Bradford. 

He came from Clearfield. Pa. ; is a bookkeeper, with residence 5538 Pem- 
berton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Child:— 
VIIT— 3313. Tbomas Handle Bradford, b. Dec. 2, 1906. ^ ' ' 

Issue of Li)nna G. Fanner {No. SOj) and Reese F. Scott. 

VII — 1 301. LEWIS P. SCOTT (Emma, Thomas, Aaron, Moses, 
John, John), b. July 31, 1874: d. Dec. 30, 1906; m. FAXXY T. GREGG 
Dec. 2T,, 1897. dau. of .\'exander and Lamny Gregg. 

He was employed in Baldwin Locomotive Works, with residence at Chest- 
nut Hill, Philadelpliia, Pa.; later removed to Lewisville, Chester Co.. Pa. 

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VIII— 3314. Alexander Soolt, b. Aug. 22, 1S08; d. Sept. — , 1898. 

VIII— 3315. Earl Scott, b. Aug. 22, 1S9S; d. same date. 

VIII— 331 G. Margaret Scoit, b. Feb. 19. 19U0. 

VIII— 3317. Melvin Scott, b. April 21, 1901. 

VUI— 331S. John Scott, b. June 1, 1002. 

VIII— 3319. Harvey Scott, b. July 11, 1905. 



VII— 1302. MARY FLORENCE SCOTT (Emma 6), b. Feb. 24, 
1877; m. JOHN MORRISON Nov. 3. 1892, son of Mathew Morrison and 
Rachel McCardle, b. Nov. 2, 1875. 

He is engaged in the Rolh'ng ]\rill Iron Works of Worth Bros., Coates- 
ville. Pa., with residence at ^vlodena. 

Cliildren : — ; 

VIII— 3320. Milton Morrison, b. Mar. 5. 1S93. 

VIII— 3321. Rachel Anna Morrison, b. Dec. 14, 1S95; d. Mar. 18. 1896. 

VTII— 3322. Harry Reese Morrison, b. Nov. S, 1S97. 

VIII— 3323. William Donald Morrison, b. Feb. IG, 1899. 

VIII— 3324. Mary Emiiy Morrison, b. Dec. 25. 1901. 

VIII— 3325. Elva Viola Morrison, b. July 14, 1905, 



VII— 1303. THO^vIAS HOWARD SCOTT (Emma 6). b. Nov. 10, 
1880: m. JESSIE YOUNG July 2. 1902, dan. of Benjamin and Virginia 
Young. 

He is a loom machinist in a silk mill at Coatesville, Pa. 

Child :— 
VTII— 3326. Alice Virginia Scott, b. July 1. 1903. . ■ - 

_ VII— 1304. JAMES HARVEY SCOTT (Emma 6), b. Nov. 10, 1880 
(twin) ; m. LILLIE LEE April 23, 1903, dau. of Simeon Lee. 

He is a clerk in Coatesville, Pa., postoffice; address, 20 Stronde Ave. 
Child :— 

VIII— 2327. Harvey Lee Scott, b. July 29, 1904. 

Line of John, John, ]\1ose.s, Aaron, Jane, Ann. 

Issue of Charles Plinnley {No. 308) and Mary Ann Kent, born in West Marl- 
borough, Chester Co., Pa. 

VII— 1305. WTLLIAM KENT PLU.MLEY (Charles, Jane Ann, 
Aaron, Moses, John. John), b. May 2^, 18^2; m. SARAH ELIZABETH 
NEYMAN 10 mo. 11, 1877, b. Sept. 8,''i857. 

By trade he was a miller, -ind was located for some years near Downing- 
town; then at Goshenville, and in IQ08 st Birchrunville, Chester Co., Pa; in 
1910, address. Spring City. Pa., R. F. D. 2. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3328. (i) MARY KEZIAH PLUMLEY, b. 6 mo. 15, 1878; 
a. 4 mo. 2, 1883. 



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348 PALMER FAMILY. 



VIII— 3329. (2) LAURA ELIZABETH PLUMLEY, b. Nov. 24, 
1879; m. WILLIAM ARTHUR GAUGER Dec. 19. 1900. son of Daniel 
Ganger and Emma Ouilman. h. Oct. 22. 1881. 

He is a moulder in iron works at Linheld, Montgomery Co.. Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5989. Sarah Emma Gauger, b. Nov. 15, 1901. 

IX— 5990. Wilma May Gauger, b. Mar. 19, 1904. 

IX — 5991. Margaret Gauger. b. Aug. 29, 1006; d. sumo clay. 

IX— 5992. Pearl Elizabeth Gauger, b. Mar. 15, lOOS. 

VIII— 3330. (3) LILLIE MAY PLUMLEY, b. 7 mo. 7. 1881 ; d. 5 
mo. 6, 1882. 

VIII— 3331. (4) JOHN HEXRY PLUMLEY, b. 6 mo. 21, 1S83; d. 
fall of 1903. 

He was killed near Phoenixville. en tb.e Reading R. R., while acting as a 
brakeman. 

VIII— 3332.(5) CHARLES GEORGE PLUMLEY, b. 2 mo. 9, 18S6; 
d. 10 mo. 5, 1892. 

VIII— 3333. (6) WILLIAM ASHER PLUMLEY, b. 9 mo. 10, 18S7. 

VIII— 3334. (7) MAZIE VIOLA PLU:vILEY, b. 8 mo. 24, 1889. 

VIII— 3335. (8) RAYMOND ROY PLU^ILEY, b. 6 mo. 2, 1891; d. 
8 mo. 5, 1892. 

VIII— 3336. (9) ALICE REBECCA PLUMLEY, b. 12 mo. 25. 1892; 
d. Nov. I, 1909; bur. at Bethel M. E. Cl-nrch, East Vincent, Pa.; m. J. ED- 
WIN BOSH. 

VIII— 3337. (10) ANNIE PEARL PLUMLEY, b. 8 mo. 14, 1895. 

VIII— 3338. (Ti) RUSSELL ELWOOD PLUMLEY, b. 10 mo. 13. 
1898. 

VIII— 3339. (12) ARTHUR EARL PLUMLEY. b. 3 mo. 6, 1901. 



VII— 1306. PIARRIET ELIZABETH PLUMLEY (Charles 6), b. 
10 mo. 2y, 1853; m. WILLIAM MORGAN McEARLAND 11 mo. 26, 
1889, onlv child of \\'illiam McEarland* and Elizabeth E. Grover, b. 9 mo. 
18, 1847.' 

Note. — William McFarland and Elizabeth E. Grover were m. 11-19-1846, she being 
of Edgmont. Delaware Co.. Pa. He was b. 12-19-1824: d. 7-7-lSSO: he was a son of 
Jesse McFarland and Ann Carter, who were m. 3-2o-lS24. Jesse, b. 4-17-lSOO, was a 
son of William McFarland and Elizabeth Pu=ey. William v.-as a son of John McFar- 
land and Sarah Heald, who were m. 1765. she being a dnu. of John Heald of Kennett, 
and he a son of Dougald McFarland, who was b. in Ireland in 173S and emigrated with 
bis brother William about 170O. He settled in Chester, Co., Pa., where his descend- 
ants are numerous. (See McFarland genealogy, page 13, by Cyru.^ Stern, 18S5.) 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 349 



They reside at the homestead. Uplai.d. P. O. Leonard. Chester Co.. Pa. 
He has the original deed for this property. The family for several genera- 
tions \vere Friends and they are in sympathy with that sect. He is a member 
in high standing in the Masonic fraternity. 

Their onlv child : — 
VIII— 3340. I^iira E. McFarland, d. in infancy. 

Vn— 1307. THOMAS EIAVOOD PLUMLEY (Charles 6). b. 8 mo. 
17, 1856. (See next No.) 

vn— 1308. GEORGE H. PLUMLEY (Charles 6), b. 9 mo. 21, 1859. 

The last two are merchants ; were in company first at Downingtown one 
year; then at Exton and later at Malvern. Chester Co., Pa., where they reside 
and have a store. 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth, Rebecca, L\t)Ia. 
Issue of Jones Eavenson {No. 420) and Emily Valentine. 

YH— 1310. ALBEX T. EAVENSON* (Jones. Lydia, Rebecca. Eliza- 
beth, lohn. John), b. 12 mo. 16. 1826, in Thornbury, Pa.: d. 6 mo. 26. 1910; 
buried in Fernwood Cemetery; m. ^LVRTHA ELLEN ASH 3 mo. 23, 1854. 
dau. of James Ash and Rachel Ash. b. 2 m.o. 12, 1830: d. 8 mo. 8. 1861 ; bur- 
ied in Friends' Grounds. West Tain. Pa., but afterwards removed to Fernwood 
Cemetery. 

M. second, SUSAX BEAX 2 mc. 14. 1865. dau. of Nicholas Bean and 
Mary Ann Vanderslice, b. 10 mo. 11. 1831 ; d. 4 mo. 11, 1887. 

M. third, SARAH T. ROGERS ^L D., (nee ^liddleton) 4 mo. 17, 
1890, widow of Clayton B. Rogers, b. 1823 ( ?) ; d. 7 mo. 20, 1906. 

He was associated with his father in the manufacture of soap at 313 X\ 
20th St., as the Quaker City Soap Works, and after his father's death was 
senior member of the firm of J. Eavensor. & Sons, Inc. They removed their 



Note. — He was a vice president of the Universal Peace Union, and from its oigan. 
The Peacemaker, of Nov., 1910, tlie following testimony is taken:— "His bpneticent 
expression Is an index to his character — the purest treasure mortal times afford is spot- 
less reputation. For many years as one of our vice presidents, he was with his wife 
always ready and willing to promote the inteiest of our cause — his devotion to public 
and private philanthropic work was conspicuous. He had secured an enviable position 
in business as a manufacturer and was iionoied with several positions of trust. He 
served the "Grandon Trust," which dispenses coal to the poor, was a director of the 
Friends' Charity Fuel Association, treasuier of the Quaker City Div., Sons of Temper- 
ance, and for a time president of the Fifteenth Ward Organized Charities, but his 
presidency of the Friends' Home for Children in West Philadelphia was where he 
seemed to be in his truest element. As a member of the Religious Society of Friends 
and an elder of Race Street Monthly Meeting, he was attentive to all its i-equirements. 
and secured the aifection and confidence of his friends. When we can find such a 
consistent example of true living, such a model of real home life, with all its sacred 
obligation.^ and responsibilities, it is at once a legacy to our age and a tiibute to the 
conditions that make for true peace. 



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350 PALMER FAMILY. 



factor)' recently to Camden, N. J., and he retired from the firm, with residence 
2013 Vine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

The following is a fitting testimony to him in his devoted work. 

IN MEMORIAM 

At a special meeting of the Board of Managers of the Friends' Home for Children 
held at the residence of George D. Miller on Sixth-day evening, Seventh month first, 
1910, the following resolution was unanimously adopted: 

The veil of death has been drawn between us and our friend and beloved asso- 
ciate, Alben T. Eavenson, and it is emineuily fitting that we should in some manner 
record our appreciation of his faithful and efficient service rendered to the manage- 
ment of the "Friends" Home for Children," a work in which he ever manifested a 
fatherly interest in all that pertains not only to the material interests of the children at 
the Home, but to their moral and religious training as well. Through his efforts many 
a lonely and neglected child has been afforded comforts, conveniences and instruction. 

Wise in counsel, generous in contribution, charitable in judgment, quickly responsive 
to every call of duty, he has left to us an example of fidelity and loving devotion which 
we may well emulate; and while we consider it a duty and a pleasure to record our 
estimate of our departed friend, nevertheless the parting is a source of profound sorrow. 
Long and lovingly will his associates cherish his memory and the beneficaries of his bounty 
^\^ll call him blessed. He wrought well and having gone to his reward, now rests from 
his labors. Of such the Master says, "Inasmuch as ye did it unto the least of these, 
my brethren, ye did it unto me. Well, done, good and faithful servant, enter thou 
into the joy of thy Lord." Blessed service, blessed reward. 

May his exemplary life influence us to greater devotion to the cause which he 
so generously supported. 

To the bereaved and sorrowing family of our departed friend and co-worker we 
extend our sincere and htcartfelt sympathy. 

EDWIN B. NEWCOMER, 

Secretary. 

Children by first wife, Martha E. Ash : — 

VIII— 3341. FRANCIS V. EAVENSON, b. 2 mo. 10, 1855; m. 
SARAH KATE DAVIS 10 mo. 20, 1881. dau. of Milton I. Davis and Fran- 
ces Umstad, b. 6 mo. 19, i860. 

He is vice president of the J. Eavenson & Sons, Inc., Soap ^Manufactur- 
ers, Camden, N. J. They resided for some time at St. David's, Pa. ; after- 
wards at "The Gladstone," nth and Pine Sts., Philadelphia, Pa., and later at 
Umstad Farm, Oaks, Pa. No children. 

VIII— 3342. IDA CAROLINE EAVENSON, b. 10 mo. 11, 1S56; 
unm. 

She resided at the home of her father until his death; address, St. David's, 

Pa. . -:, . <■ ...nv 

VIII— 3343. ELLA EAVENSON , b. 10 mo. 27, 1858; m. J. HOW- 
ARD WAY 2 mo. 14, 1882. son of John Way and Mary Pennington, b. 12 
mo. 18, 1852, at Chatham, Chester Co., Pa. 

He is a manufacturer of Way Mufflers, at 23rd and Arch Sts., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., with residence at St. David's, Delaware Co., Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 5993. Alben Warren Way, b. 8-22-1883; unm. 

He is in business with his father, with whom he resides. 
IX— 5994. John Harold Way, b. 10-17-1884. 

He m. Charlotte Dungan 4-29-1908, a dau. of Charles H. Dungan and Charlotte 
B. Dallow, b. 7-25-1S85. He is in business with his father. 



SEVENTH GKNKRATION. 351 



IX— 5995. Norman Baker Way. b. 11-21-1886; d. 1-11-1887. 
IX — 5996. Lawrence Eavenson Way. b. 5-10-lSsS. 
IX— 5997. Penington Howard Way. b. 6-29-1801. 

VIII— 3344. MARTHA E. EAVEXSOX, b. 4 mo. 23. 1861; d. 5 mo. 
24. 1862. 

Children by second wife. Susan Bean; — 

VIII— 3343. MARY AXX EAVEXSOX. b. 11 mo. 12, 1866; m. 
HOWARD^ TAYLOR ROGERS 10 mc. 18, 1888, in Friends' Meeting 
House, 15th and Race St., Phila<:lelphia. son of Clayton B. Rogers and Dr. 
Sarah T. Middleton* (who were m. 1862), b. 9 mo. 2, 1863. 

They removed to Ashevillc, X. C. where he is a publisher, and has a 
stationeiy. etc., store, with residence at 43 Grove St. 

Oiildren : — 
IX— .5998. Mary Rogers, b. 10-9-18S9. 

She graduated at Swarthiuoie College. 
IX— 5999. Clayton Rogers b. 12-2-1892. 
IX— 6000. Sarah Taylor Rogers, b. S-23-1895. 
IX— 6001. Alben Eavenson Rogers, b. 8-23-1901. 

VIII— 3346. LEWIS LIXCOLX EAVEXSOX, b. 7 mo. 24. 186S; m. 
RACHEL TO.MLIXSOX SCOTT 6 mo. 19, 1890, dau. of Thomas Scott 
and Hannah Tomlinsi'n, b. 7 mo. 6, 1S67. 

He is superintendent in th.e company of J. Eavenson & Sons, Inc., soap 
manufacturers, Camden, X. J. (See acct. under his father and grandfather's 
names.) 

Their residence is Masonville, X'. J. He is also a prominent advocate of 
the Prohibition cause against the liquor traffic, and has frequently been a can- 
didate on its ticket. 

Children : — 
IX— 6002. Susan Bean Eavenscn. b. 4-24-1S91. 
IX— €003. Thomas Scott Eavenson. b. 4-6-1893. 
IX— 6004. Alben Taylor Eavenson, b. 11-7-1S95. 
IX— 6005. Hannah Tomlinson Eavenson, b. 2-3-1899. 
IX— 6006. Lewis Lincoln Eavenson, Jr., b. 9-19-190C; d. 9-25-1906. 

VHI— 3347. ALBAX EAVEXSOX, b. 12 mo. 22, 1S69; m. ELIZA- 
BETH M. SPAXG 3 mo. 30, 1895. dau. of Frederick Spang and Elizabeth M. 
, b. 1875; d. 8 mo. I. 1893. 

M. second, ELEAXOR E. CARPEXTER 2 mo. 8, 1905, dau. of Wil- 
liam Carpenter and Louisa ^M. Reyenthaler. b. 3 mo. 3. 1873. 

He is engaged in carbonizing, combing and scouring of wool at 217 At- 

Note. — The following tribute to his motl\er was published at the time of her 
death in 1906: 

"The Friends' Home for Destitute Children in West Philadelphia is one of the 
Eood works in which she was deeply interested. Her voice was often heard in religious 
assemblies, briefly and earnestly bearing testimony to the love of our Heavenly Father: 
and especially will the hundreds of school children miss her pleasant smile and 
cheerful voice. Her chosen calling of physician was not neglected because of the 
numerous public interests claiming her attention. The breadth and scope of her activi- 
ties seemed to embrace all human ne^ds and the touch of her hand helped to bring 
healing and comfort; so that her presence was a well spring of joy." 

She difd whilst taking a vacation at Buck Hill P\alls,^Pa. 



352 PALMER FAMILY. 



lantic Ave., Camden, X. J., with address 7th and Kenilworth Ave., Olney, Pa. 

VIII— 3348. EMILY EAVEXSON, b. 6 mo. 29. 1871 ; m. WILLIAM 
McHOSE BOYER 4 mo. 5, 1898. son of Jerome Ludwig and Susan Eliza- 
beth Boyer, b. 10 mo. 30. 1S69. 

He is a chemist at Reading. Pa.; address, 714 X. 5th St. 

Child:— 
IX— 6007. Jerome Ludwig Boyer, 2nd., b. 6-5-1899. 

VIII— 3349. HOWARD XICHOLAS EAVEXSOX, b. 7 mo. 15, 
1873; m. ADA JULIA HERBERT 9 mo. 20. 1898. dau. of George Herbert 
and Julia Dougherty, b. i mo. 19, 1870. 

He is a civil engineer, engaged with Uinted States Steel & Coke Co., at 
Gary, McDowell Co., W. Va. Xo issue. 

VIII— 3350. SUSAX IREXE EAVEXSOX, b. 10 mo. 11, 1875; 
unm. 

She resided at the home of her father until his death; then at St. David's, 
Pa. 

VII— 131 1. LYDIA A. EAVEXSOX (Jones 6), b. 7 mo. 23. 1828; 
d. 3 mo. 18, 1883; m. XATHAX E. DUBREE i mo. 2y, 1846. son of Xa- 
than Dubree and Eleanor Evans, of Sadsburv, Lancaster Co., Pa., b. 7 mo. i, 

They resided in Philadelphia, Pa.; his address 340 X. 22nd St. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3351. JOHX V. DUBREE. b. 6 mo. i, 1846; d. 4 mo. 24, 1889: 
m. AXXIE BISBIXG 3 mo. 3, 1868. dau. of John S. Bisbing and Rachel 
Battersby, b. 7 mo. 21. 1847. 

They resided in Philadelphia, Pa. ; during the Civil War he served nine 
months as Corporal in Com. K, 213th Reg. Pa. Vols. Her address is 2721 
Thompson St., same city. 

Children : — 

IX— fiO08. Harry M. Dubree, b. June 18, 1869. m. Ella Wieland, March 12, 1800. 
She was a dau. of John and Kate Wieland. b. Jan. — , 1870. 
Their address is: Jeffersonville, Montgomery Co., Pa. Issue: — ^" " • 

X— 7446. Roland E. Dubree, b. Feb. 18, 1906. 

IX— €009. Emily T. Dubree. b. June 18, 1877; m. Edwin S. Krider. Aug. 3, 1898, a son 
of Thomas and Georgianna Krider, b. April 5, 1874. 
Their address is, 2721 Thompson St., Philadelphia, Pa. Issue: — 
X— 7447. Emily Krider, b. Aug. 27, 1899. 
IX— 6010. Frank W. Dubree, b. Dec. 1, 1879; unm. , ' ; 

He resides at 2721 Thompson St., Phila. 
IX— 6011. Annie R. Dubree, b. April 21, 1882; m. Luther Eisenhart, March 22. 1902, 
by Rev. John W. Ford. He was a son of Hiram S. Eisenhart and Matilda 
Beidler, b. Feb. 4, 1881, at Bingen. Pa. 
He is engaged In the Bethlehem Steel Works. Their address is, Helleiton, 
Northampton, Co.. Pa. No issue. 
IX— 6012. Lydia B. Dubree, b. Feb. 15, 1885; d. Oct. 25, 1896. 

IX— 6013. John B. Dubree, b. Aug. 8, 1888; unm. ' ' . ' •' 

He resides with his mother. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 353 



VIII— 3352. JONES E. DUBRKH. b. 10 1110. 21, 1848: d. 12 mo. 
19, 1874; bur. in Eernwood Cemetery; ni. ELLEN E. BOYER Mar. 18, 

1867, of Pottstown, Pa., dau. of Michael Boyer and Louisa (?), b. 

May 19, 1848. 

(She m. second William Scull Smitl-. 1879, by whom she had three chil- 
dren, Eva, Sarah and \\'illiam S. Smith, Jr.) All reside in Philadelphia; her 
address is 816 E. Hilton St. 

Tlie Dubree children were : — 

IX— GO""-!. Clara E. Dubree, b. March S. 1S6S; m. William McClaskey, Nov. 15, 1887, 
son of John and Maria McClaskey, b. Oct. 2S, 1868. 
He is a blacksmith employed at the Frankford Arsenal, with address at 1S17 
Margaretta St., Philadelphia, Pa. Issue: — 

X— 7448. Hazel McClaskey, b. March 31. 1SS8. 

X— 7449. Iva McClaskey, b. Jan. 6, 1892. 

IX— 6015. Lydia A. Dubree, b. July 15, 1871; m. William J. Brodesser, July 17, 
18S9, son of Frank Brodesser and Annie Tillman, b. Dec. 22, 1862. 
He is in the coal trade with ofRcfs at Lehigh Ave. and Miller St.. and resi- 
dence at 3543 Emerald St., Philadelphia, Pa. Issue: — 

X— 7450. Emma Brodesser, b. May 12. 1S90. 

X— 7451. Lydia A. Brodesser, b. Oct. 10, 1S97. 

X— 7452. Clara E. Brodesser, b. Jan. 8. 1900. 

IX— 6016. Fannie Dubree, b. Oct. 22, 1873; d. Dec. 25, 1876; bur. in Fern wood Cema^ery. 

VIII— 3353. EMILY T. DUBREE. b. 8 mo. i. 1850: d. i mo. 22,, 
1876; unm. ; resided with her parents: bur. in Eernwood Cemeterv. 

VIII— 3354. ^lARY ELLEN DUBREE, b. 5 mo. 26, 18^2 : m. REU- 
BEN GILDER ALFORD 5 mo. 10. 1877, son of William Alford and Em- 
ily Enity Gilder, b. 5 mo. 13, 1849. 

He has a hardware store at S. W. Cor. 22nd and Callowhill Sts., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., where is also their residence. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6017. Newell Gilder Alford, b. 12-11-1887. 

He was a student (1908) at Swarthmore College. r 

VIII— 3355. FANNIE R. DUBREE, b. 4 mo. 23, i860; d. 3 mo. 22>, 
1863. 

VIII— 3356. FRANCIS \V. DUBREE, b. i mo. 12. 1863: m. NET- 
TIE HUGHES 5 mo. 7, 1884, tl^i-i- of William Hughes and Elizabeth Gray, 
b. 8 mo. 17, 1864. 

He is a bookkeeper for the J. Eavenson & Sons, Soap Manufacturers, Inc., 
now of Camden, N. J., with address 2229 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6018. May Dubree. b. Feb. 21, 1885; d. Feb. 22. 1885. ., ,', . 

IX— 6019. Francis Nathan Dubree, b. Mar. 13. 1886; unm. 

He is an Auditor with the Land Title and Trust Company, Broad and Chestnut 
Sts., Philadelphia. 

Vni— 3357. JOSEPH M. DUBREE, b. 7 mo. 18. 1864: unm. 
He is a farmer, with address May, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

VII— 1312. FRANCIS EAVENSON (Jones 6). b. 12 mo. 8, 1829; 
d. 3 mo. 6, 1837. 



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354 PALMER FAMILY 



VII— 1313. BEXIAMIX EAVEXSOX (Jones 6), b. 11 mo. 3. 1831; 
m. MARTHA GIBBS 3 mo. 1, 1855, dau. of William A. Gibbs and Mar}T 
Evans, b. 2 mo. 7, 1830; d. 8 mo. 3, 1899; buried at Compas. Pa. 

He was a farmer and storekeeper at Blackhorse P. O., Chester Co., Pa., 
and later removed to Christiana, Pa. 

Children : — 

VIII— -.358. WILLIAM lOXES EAVEXSOX, b. Dec. 30, 185;; d. 
Sept. 9, 1908; m. MARY L. SCHEIDE Xov. 15, 1882. dau. of Samuel 
Scheide ajid Katharine Billingbelt, b. April 5, 1857. He is buried in Isit. Peace 
Cemetery. 

He was treasurer of the J. Eavenson & Sons Soap Co.. Inc., at Delaware 
Ave. and Penn St., Camden, X. J., with residency 1504 ?^It. Vernon St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. He was also a member of H:^rmonv Lodge, Xo. 52, F. and A. M. 

Child:— 

IX— 6020. Marj- L. Eavenson, b. Mar. 13, 1884; d. Aug. 20, 1884. 

VIII— 3359. HARRY EAVEXSOX, b. 2 mo. i, 1859; d. 5 mo. 20, 
1883; unm. 

VIII— 3360. MARY EMILY EAVEXSOX, b. 8 mo. 8, 1861 ; d. 9 
mo. I, 1863. 

VIII— 3361. CLARA EAVEXSOX, b. 5 mo. 15, 1865; d. 12 mo. 11, 
1876. 

VIII— 3362. MARVIX EAVEXSOX, b. 10 mo. 12. 1874; m. IDA L. 
WHITESIDE I mo. 30, 1901, dau. of James Whiteside and Ida Hanway, b. 
7 mo. 4, 1883. 

He is proprietor of livery stables, and resides at Christiana, P.a, They 
have no children. 



VII— 1314. REESE EAVEXSOX (Jones 6). b. 8 mo. 15, 1833: d. 7 
mo. 13, 1910; m. HAXXAH COOPER i mo. 6, 1859, dau. of ]Morris Coop- 
er and Phebe Barnaby, b. 4 mo. 19, 1833. 

He was a farmer in Lancaster Co., Pa., with address Christiana, Pa., R. F. 
D. ; both belonged to the Society of Friends, 

Issue: — . ^ 

VIII— 3363. EMILY V. EAVEXSOX, b. lo mo. 26. i8:;g: d. 9 mo. 
21, 1891; m. ALFRED ^lARIOX IIARTMAX i mo. 18. 1883, son of 
Aaron Hartman and Catharine S. Lloyd, b. 6 mo. 18. i860. 

He is baggage master on Pa. R. R. ; resides at X^wark, X. J. She was 
buried in IMiddle Octoraro church. 

Children : — 

IX— 6021. RALPH E. HARTMAX, b. 3 mo. 7, 1884; m. IDA EX- 
GLEBERT 3 mo. 28, 1905. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 355 



Thev removed to De Graff, Minn. 
Child :— 

X— 7453. Alfred Samuel Hartman, b. 11-2S-1905. 

IX— 6022. Mary Catharine Hartman. b. 2-1.S-18SG. 
IX— 6023. Marian Emily Hartman, b. 3-9-lSST. 

These two reside with their grandparents, Eavensons. Their address is, Chris- 
tiana, Pa. 
IX— 6024. Alfred Jones Hartman, b. 7-oO-lSSS; d. 8-30-1SS8. 
IX— 6025. Aaron Hartman, b. 1-21-1S91; d. 7-27-1891. 

Vni_3364. MORRIS EAVEXSOX, b. 9 mo. 4, 1861 ; d. 9 mo. 4, 
1861. 

VIII— 3365. ELWOOD C. EAVEXSOX, b. 10 mo. 26, 1862; d. 10 
mo. 28, 1867. 

VIII— 3366. MORRIS L. EA\'EXSOX, b. 9 mo. 21, 1S64; m. AX- 
NIE DICKEX\SOX 4 mo. 9, 1891, dau. of James Dickenson and Ruthanna 
Haines, b. 9 mo. 12, 1866. 

They reside at Willow Grove, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX— 6026. Ruth Hannah Eavenson. b. 1-28-1893; d. 9-21-1894. 
IX— 6027. Mary Davis Eavenson, b. 4-13-1806. 
IX— 6028. Esther J. Eavenson, b. 10-1-1S9S. 

VIII— 3367. JOXES EAVEXSOX. b. 3 mo. i-j, 1868: m. ^lARGAR- 
ET PAULIXE WALLACE 10 mo. 2, 1907, b. 8 mo. 26, 1880. - 
He is a dealer in feed and fertilizers at Christiana, Pa. 

VIII— 3368. PHEBE AXXA EAVEXSOX, b. 12 mo. 10. 1870; m. 
HARRY DAVIS 2 mo. 21, 1^98. son of William S. Davis and Catharine 
Englc. b. 5 mo. 18, 1851 ; d. 8 mo. 8, 1907. 

He was a farmer; buried in Union Cemetery, Colerain Twp., Lancaster, 
Co., Pa. Xo children. Her address is Christiana, Pa. 

VIII— 3369. REESE EAVEXSOX, b. 7 mo. 10. 1873; m. BELLE 
M. MARTIX 12 mo. 29, 189S, dau. of Elijah Martin and [Margaret Thomp- 
son, b. 7 mo. 26, 1 87 1. 

They resided at Rahway, X. J., for some time, then returned to Drumore, 
Lancaster Co., Pa, 

Issue : — ■ 

IX— 6029. Sarah Martin Eavenson, b. 6-26-1900. 

IX— 6030. Harriet Hannah Eavenson, b. 6-10-1903. - , 

VIII— 3370. DAXIEL GILBERT EAVEXSOX, b. 6 mo. 8, 1875; 
m. ELSIE LOUISE JACKSOX 2 mo. 24. 1900. in Sadsbury Meeting 
House, dau. of William Jackson and Lvdia Walter, b. 10 mo. 31. 1876. 

He is a farmer; they reside on the ho'->iestead. with address Christiana, 
Lancaster Co., Pa., R. F. D. 

Children : — 



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IX— 6031. Elwood Cooper Eaveuson, b. 9-10-1904. 
IX— 6032. Herman Jacksou IJaveubon, b. 6-1-1001). 



VII— 1318. MARY C. EAVENSOX (Jones C)), b. i mo. 28, 1842; 

m. LOREXZA F. DAVIS 12 mo. 3. 186S. son of Josc;^h \\'. Davis and 
Ruthanna Hansell, b. 12 mo. 26. 1835; d. 6 mo. i. 1903: bur. at Fernwood. 

He was a carpenter and builder: resided in Philadelphia with last resi- 
dence 522 N. 2 1 St St.. where she still lives. Xo issue. He was a member of 
various lodges as follows: Geo. G. INIeade Post. Xo. i, G. A. R. ; Veritas 
Lodge, Xo. 443, I. O. O. F. : Logan Encan.ipment. I. O. O. F. ; Pacific Lodge, 
No. 82, A. O. U. \V., and Quaker City Div., Xo. 39. F. of T. During the 
Civil War he enlisted in Com. D, 124th Pa. Vol. Inf., Aug. 4, 1862; dis- 
charged May 15, 1863. He re-enlisted as Corp. in Com. I, 29th Pa., Vol. Mil- 
itia May 15, 1S63; discharged Aug. i, 1S63. 



VII— 1319. MARVIX .M. EAVEXSOX (Jones. Lydia, Rebecca, 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. 2 mo. 24, 1843: m. MARY EACHUS 11 mo. 9, 
1871. dau. of William Eachus and Abigai] Flcmming. b. 12 mo. 23, 1846. 

He was long connected with the firm of J. Eavenson &; Sons in the Quak- 
er City Soap \\'orks, at 313 X. 20th St.. Philadelphia, Pa., and since the con- 
cern has become incorporated and the retirement of his oldest brother and re- 
moval of the works to Camden, X'. J., has been its president (the works were 
removed from the old location on 20th St., Philadelphia, for the reason of be- 
ing in the line of the new Boulevard from the City Hall to Fairmount Park< 
laid out and built by the city). His residence is at 2015 Vine St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. They are members of the Presbyterian church. 

Issue : — 



VIII— 3371. ROLAXD M. EAVEXSOX, b. i mo. 22, 1873: m. 
KATHARIXE XAXCY SAMPLE 4 mo. 6, 1898. dau. of Xewton C. Sam- 
ple and Amanda Summey, b. 11 mo. 8, 1871. 

He is engaged as secretary and treasurer with the soap works of which 
his father is president: residence, 4052 Baring St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6033. Marvin Sample Eavenson, b. 3-3-1900. 
IX— 6034. Katharine Monteur Eavenson, b. 3-9-1904. 

VIII— 3372. BLAXCHE F. EAVEXSOX, b. i mo. i. 1876: m. 
CHARLES jM. HORTER i mo. 19, 1904, son of I^fayctte Horter and 
Qara King, b. 3 mo. 17, 1873. 

He is a salesman of parquetry flooring with Heaton & Wood. 1706 Chest- 
nut St., with residence 4029 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6035. Marjorie Eaveneon Horter, b. 10-25-1907. 



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Issue of George R. Eazr)ison {No. ^2^) and Rachel II. Preston, the first and 

last two born in Unionvillc. the second in Youngsville, and the 

third in GuthrieviUe, Chester Co., Pa. 

VII— 1321. THEODORE EAVEXSOX (George. Lydia. Rebecca.' 
Elizabeth. John, John), b. Dec. 13. 1S42; ni. ELIZA JAXE BARTOX (nee 

Frame). O.ci. 27, 1S68. dau. of Edward Frame and Hannah . She d. 

Dec. 27, 1909, in her 69th year. 

His address is ^lortonville. Pa. X"© children. She was buried at Heph- 
zibah Baptist Church. 



VII— 1322. LYDIA JAXE EAVEXSOX (George 6), b. Xov.i6. 
1844; m. ISAAC T. HARVEY Sept. 2y, 1866. son of George Harvey and 
Sidney Taylor, b. June 12, 1844. 

The}' reside at ^McWilliamstown, Chester Co., with address Coatesville, 
Pa., R. F. D. 4. After their m. they lived at Unionville i year; Laurel, 8 
years; Doe Run, 6 years; Laurel, 2 years; Avondale, 6 years; Rokeby, 14 
years, and present place, 5 years to date, 1908. 

Qiildren : — 

VIII— 3373. HARRY G. HARVEY, b. Aug. 30. 1867. at Unionville; 
m. MIXXIE A. BOYLAX ^lay 17, 1894. of Wilmington, Del, dau. of 
Brown Boylan and Susan Cook, b. >.larch 3, 1868. 

Their address is Downingtown, Pa. 

Children : — 
I.\— G036. Howard Harvey, b. April 2, 1895. 
I. X— 6037. Susan Jane Harvey, b. April 4, 1898. 

VIII— 3374. LILLIE E. HARVEY, b. Tune 29, 1874. in Xewlin ; m. 
WILLIAM CRAXSTOX Sept. 22, 1892, son of John Cranston and Sarah 
Stafford, b. Feb. 14. 1872. 

He is engaged in creamery work; address, Modena, Chester Co., Pa. 

Children : — 
IX— Cf^^S. John Cranscon, b. April 29, 1893. • " "'' ■ ' '' 

IX— 0039. Ella R. Cranston, b. Jan. 3, 1896. 
IX— €040. William Cranston, Jr., b. Sept. 14, 1900. " . 

VIII— 3375. IDA C. HARVEY, b. Dec. 19, 1876, in Xewlin: m. 
LOPT G. KEECFI March 11, 1895, son of George Keech and Emma King, 
b. Sept. 30, 1867. 

He is a farmer, with address Morton ville. Pa. 

Children : — 
IX— C041. Myrtel Keech, b. Aug. 16, 1896. 
IX--60-12. John Keech, b. Sept. 21, 1898. 
IX— «043. Harvey Leroy Keech, b. April 24. 1902. 
IX— 6044. Ronald Gilbert Keech, b. Feb. 7, 1907. 

VIII— 3376. RACHEL A. HARVEY, b. Dec. 12, 187S, in E. Marl- 
Iwough; m. CHARLES L. CHAMBERLIX Jan. 21, 1809. son of Sam- 
uel Chamberlin and Alice Wise, b. Xov. 29, 1876. 



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He is a fanner; first address, Chatham. Chester Co., Pa., and later 

Downing^tuwn, Pa. 

Children : — 

IX- C045. Rairli Cb.nmbeilin. b. .Ian. 4. I'JUO. 
IX— 6016. Peiul Chambeiliu, b. June 12, 1?03. 

VIII— 3377. MARY E. HARVEY b. April 2, 18S3; d. Sept. 16, 18S3, 
at Laurel. 

Mil— 3378. MABEL S. HARVEY, b. Sept. iS, 1SS7, at Avondale, 
Chester Co., Pa. ; unm. ; at home. 



\]l—ii2S. IDA M. EAVEXSOX (George R. 6), b. Eeb. 13, i860; 
m. WILLIAM! W. HARVEY Jan. i, 1885. brother to Isaac T. Harvey 
(See Xo. 13-^2), b. April 21, 1S59. 

He is a farmer, with address ]\Iortonville, Chester Co.. Pa. X'o children. 

Line of John, John, ELizACErtr, Rebecca, Elizabeth. 

Issue of Enuiior Fox (Xo. 42^) and SaraJi Baktv, the elder born in Pennsyl- 
-: vania, the yonnp^cr in Ohio. 

VII— 1326. JOSEPH G. FOX (Emmor. Elizabeth. Rebecca, Eliza- 
beth, John. John), b. ^larch 2y, 1830: m. J AXE DRAKE Jan. 3, 1856, dau. 
of Acsa and X'ancie Drake. She d. July 13. 1868. 

:sL second, AL}.IYRA SHUCK Oct. 10, 1869, dau. of John and ^laiy 
Ann Shuck, b. Felj. 12, 1846. 

He removed from Waterloo, Gallia Co., O., to Geneva, Eillmore Co., 
Neb. 

Issue by first wife, Jane Drake: — 

VIII— 3379. (a) ASA E. FOX. b. Xov. 15, 1857; m. MIXXIE 

STEWART Aug. 31, 1SS7, dau. of Harmon Stewart and Marv C. , 

b. Oct. 6, 1867. 

His occupation is farming; address Ironton, Ohio, R. D. 2. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6047. Reah B. Fox, b. April 22, 1SS9. " • 

IX— 6048. Gardner A. Fox, b. Dec. 1, 1S94. ' " 

IX— 6049. Emmor S. Fox. b. Mar. 26. 1890. 

IX— 6050. Delbert N. Fox, b. June 27, 1901. 

IX— 60.51. Ruth H. Fox, b. June lo, 1904. 

VIII— 3380. (b) RHODA FOX, b. Oct. 12. i860: m. JOHX WES- 
LEY STEPHEX'SOX Mar. jg. 1886, ron of Samuel Stephenson and Sarah 
Turner, b. Sept. 19, 1853. 

Their address is ^kloorefield. Frontier Co., X"eb. 

Issue: — 

IX— 6052. Robert Maurice Stephenson, b. Dec. 7, ISSS. :";.',. 



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IX— 6053. Verlie Clarice Stephenson, b. Juue 29, 1892. 
IX— 60r)4. Rhoda Mae Stephenson, b. Get. 2S, 1S94. 
IX— 6055. Janie Cora Stephenson, b. July 8, 1902. 

VIII— 3381. (c) .MARY E. FOX. b. Aug. 30. 1S63: m. \VILLIA}>i 
C. DODSOX rvlarcli 5, 1894, son of Tiiomas and 2\larv Dodson, b. Mav 2, 
1867. 

His occupation is farming, with address Cereal. Okla. 

Issue: — 
IX— CO06. Harry A. Dodson. b. Dec. 20, 1SC4. 
J X— 6057. Letha E. Dodson. L. Nov. 25, 1S9G. 
IX— 6058. Charles W. Dodson. b. Oct. 16. 1002. 
IX- 6059. Jerry M. Dodson, b. Sept. 2, 1905. 

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VIII— 3382. (d) ROBERT W. FOX, b. Tune 13. 1866; m. ^IIXXIE 
ORPHA SHACKLEFORD .May 10, 1S96, dau. of Austin C. and Delana J. 
Shackleford, b. Sept. 27, 1S74 

His occupation is farming; address. Geneva, X'eb. 

Issue • — 
IX— 6OCO. Grace Myrtle Fox, b. March 5. 1S97. 
IX— 6l'o1. Ruth Kheem Fox. b. June 14, 1899. • 

VIII— 3383. (e) XAXCY J. FOX, b. June 7, 186S; d. July 30, 186S. 
Issue by second wife_, Almira Shuck: — 

VIII— 33S4. (f) EVA T. FOX, b. Oct. 16. 1870, near Waterloo, O. : 
m. LEWIS R. WOLVERTOX Jan. 15. 1896, son of Charles E. and ^lary 
Wolverton, b. Feb. 6, 1871, near Hoopeston. 111. 

They reside near Shelton, Xeb. 

Issue: — 

IX— 6062. MargjTet Elinor Wclvertcn, b. Nov. 14, 1S9G, at Shcltou, Neb. 
IX— 6it63. Helen Mane Wolverton, b. Sept. 14, 1900; same. 
IX— 0064. Bertha Irene Wolverton, b. Sept. 12, 1901; same. 

\TII— 33S5. (g) ORPHA S. FOX. b. Sept. i^. 1871; d. Oct. 26, 
1908; m. CHARLES E. JESSE Feb. 8. 1892: b. O'ct. 11. 1866; d. April 
9. 1907. 

Is^ue: — ■ ■ 

IX— 6065. Edith Jesse, b Nov. 25, 1893. 
IX— 6066. Bertha Jesse, b May 10, 1896. 

IX— 6067. Howard Jesse, b. Dec. 24, 1899. < • ' - 

IX — 6068. Charles Jesse, b. June 4, 1902. , .. " :' 

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VIII— 33S6. (h) CORA V. FOX, b. April 8. 1873: m. TASOX DOIL 
SHACKELFORD April 15. 1896, son of Austin C. and Lana T. Shackel- 
ford, b. May 8. 1872. 

Their address is Geneva, X'eb. X'o issue reported. 

VIII— 3387. (i) EDWARD L. FOX, b. April 20, 1875; m. MIXXIE 



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AMANDA XELSOX Feb. i6. 1902, by E. A. Evan?, of ^L E. cliurch, dau. 
of Alfred and Emma Xelson. b. I\Iarcli 6, 1S79, all of Geneva. Xeb. 

Issue: — 
IX- 6069. Earl Fox, b. March 8, 1908. 

VIII— 3388. (k) EGBERT DOW FOX, b. Dec. 5. 1876; m. CLARA 
IDA SCHRODER Jan. 6, 1909, dau. of William and Etta Schroder, b. July 
2, 1887. 

Their address is Geneva, Xeb. 

VIII— 3389. (1) GEPHIA J. FOX, b. Ian. 22, 1879: m. WALTER A. 
CHURCHILL Feb. 2, 1S95, son of Walter and Geraldine Churchill, b. Feb. 
10, 1876. 

Their address is Geneva, Neb. 

Issue : — 

IX- 6070. Elmer C. Churchill, b. May 18, 1896. 

IX— 6071. Stella B. Churchill, b. April 11, 1S9S. 

IX— 6U72. Nellie A. Churchill, b. Jan. 24, 1900. 

IX— 6073. Bessie B. Churchill, b. Oct. 26, 1901. 

IX— 6074. Elsie Churchill, b. Feb. 16, 1903. ' ' . 

IX— 6075. Harry H. Churchill, b. Dec. 19, 1906. 

VIII— 3390. (m) LEMXIA S. FOX, b. April 10. 1882; m. HOW- 
ARD CLAREXCE }^IILLER March 7. 1906, son of Samuel and Sarah 
Miller, b. April 7. 1878. 

Their address is Carleton, Xeb. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6076. Helen Colene Miller, b. Dec. 16, 1906. 



VII— 1327. EVALIXE FOX (Emraor 6), b. May 11, 1833; d. 
Sept. I, 1882; m. XTCHOLAS XL'LL June 20, 1859, d. Feb. 11, 1907; both 
buried in Fairview Cemetery, Gallia, O. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3391. SARAH ELLEX XULL, b. Feb. 6, i860; m. JAMES \V. 
CORN May 24, 1884, b. 1856. 

Their address is Waverly, O., R. F. D. 2. , ... . . 

Issue : — 
IX- -6077. Grace Odella Coin, b. 1S91. 

VIII— 3392. REBECCA E. NULL, b. ^lar. 28, 1861 : d. Aug. 7. 
1902; m. JACOB DE^IPSEY Sept. 16, 1880, b. Feb. 13. 1854. 
Their address is Lucasvillc, O. 

Issue: — 

IX— 6078. Hattie Dempsey, b. Aug. 27, 1883. " . 

IX— 6079. Clarence Dempsey, b. July 10, 1SS7. , , . ■ - 

IX— 6080. Otha Dempsey, b. April 4, 1889. 

IX— 60S1. Lola Dempsey, b. Feb. 1, 1900; d. Mar. 4, 1900. 

IX— 6082. Floyd Dempsey, b. Dec. 25. 1901; d. Mav 11. 190G. 

IX— 6083. Everett Dempsey, b. July 23, 1902. 



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Vlll_33c^3. ELIZABETH A. NULL, b. Oct. 10, 1862; d. Oct. 26, 
1S66. 

VIII_3394. MARIA XLTX, b. April 25. iSr^: m. JAMES MASSIE. 
Their address is Greasy Ridge, Ohio. Xo further records. 

VIII_339-. ALICE NL'LL, b. Jidy 13. 1866: m. CYRUS EACHUS. 
Their address is Ironton, O. X'o further records. 

Vni— 3396. REES NULL. b. Julv 18, 1868; m. LAL'RA. GRIF- 
FITH Mar. 23, 1887. b. June 25. i8r)9. 

They removed in 1904 to Oklahoma, with address Gowen, Okla. 

Issue : — 
IX— C0S4. Cecil Null, b. Sept. 24, 1SS8. 
IX— 60S5. Gertha Null, b. Aug. 3. 1S92. 
IX— 608G. Basil Null, b. Sept. 29, 1S97. 

IX— G0S7. Orta Null, b. Feb. 19, 1900. . 

IX— COiS. Alloin Null, b. .Tulj: 2S. 190 J. 

VIII— 3397. STEPHEN C NULL, b. Nov. 27, 1870; m. ALICE 
MEEGNER. 

Their address is Friendship. O. 

VIII— 339S. CYNTHIA E. NULL, b. ,Mar. 22, 1875; m. JAMES W. 
WILLIAMSON Sept. 30. 1896, b. Sept. 7, 1874. 
Their address is probably V\''averly, O. 

Issue: — 

IX— 60S9. Elmer E. Williamson, b. July 31, 1897. 
IX— C090. Helen M. Williamson, b. Sept. 25, 1899. 
IX— 6091. Margery A. Williamson, b. Aug. 9, 1901. 
IX— 0092. Howard T. Williami^on, b. Mar. 11, 1907. 
iX— 0093. Paul C. Williamson, b. Oct. 4, 1909. 



VII— 1328. JOSHUA B. FOX (Emmor 6). b. Nov. 9. 1834; d. 
Jan. 21, 1893; m. ELIZABETH P. WORTHINGTON Oct. 19. 1854. dau. 
of Mahlon Worthington and Elizabeth Ware, b. Feb. 23. 1835. at Muskingum 
Co., O. They went to Neb., Oct. 8, 1880. 

He was a farmer: buried at Seatonville, Hamilton Co., Neb. Her ad- 
dress is Stockville, Neb. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3399. (i) JOHN L. FOX, b. Feb. 13, 1856; unm.': address 
Stockville, Neb. 

VIII— 3400. (2) ZIBA M. FOX. b. Feb. 24, 1859; m. SAREPTA ]. 

MYERS Sept. 16. 1889. dau. of ]Marion Myers and Rachel ( ?), bom 

in Gallia Co., O.; address, Aurora. Neb. 

Child :— • ,. • , 

IX — C094. Elmer A. Fox, b. Dec. 28. 1891. 



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Vlil— 3401. (3) MARGARET E. FOX, h. May 15. iSr>2: m. GILES 

R. FOLDEX M:m: 7. iSSo. sen of Rohert R. Folden' and Sarah A. 

( ?). b. Feb. 2. 1853. "^ Gallia Co., O. : adidrcss, Stockwell, Xeb. Xo issue. 

VIII— 3402. (4) TAMES T. FOX, b. Aug. 2;. 1S64: m. REBECCA 
STAHLXECKER Mar. 24. 1889. dau. of Samuel Stalilnecker and Elizabetli 
. born in Hamilton Co.. Xeb. : address. Mooreheld, Xeb. 

Children : — 
IX— 6095. Harry R. Fox. b. May 3. 1S90; d. IS months old. 
IX— 6096. Margaret A. Fox, b. April 29. 1892. 
IX— 6097. Guy B. Fox, b. April 24. 1S97. 
IX— 609S. Minnie M. Fox, b. Feb. 3. 1899. 
IX— 6099. Clarence J. Fox, b. March 23, 1905. 

VIII— 3403. (5) CALVIX A. FOX-, b. Jan. 10. 1867: m. LOTTIE A. 

LAWREXCE Aug. 16, 1890. dau. of John Lawrence and Sarah A. , 

born in Fillmore. Co., X'eb. ; address. W. 24th St., Cheyenne. Wyo. 

Children : — 
IX— 6100. Bessie AT. Fox, b. July 7, 1891. 
IX- -6101. Elda Madge Fox, b. Aug. 21, 1902. 

VIII— 3404. (6) GEORGE \V. FOX, b. July 9. 1870: unm. ; address, 
Aurora, X'eb. 

VIII— 3405. (7) AMOS B. FOX. b. Aug. 17, 1873: m. MAGGIE 

RIGGS Xov. 15, 1893, dau. of Charles Riggs and Lillie , born in 

Saunders Co., Xeb. ; address, Tilden Blk. Cheyenne, Wyo, 

Children : — 

IX— 6102. Hazel J. Fox, b. Feb. 16, 1S96. 
IX— 6103. Francis N. Fox, b. Dec. 26, 1898. 



VII— 1329. PHILEXA FOX (Emmor 6). b. Nov. 12, 1837: m. 
CHRISTOPHER C. MYERS Xov. 8. 1855. son of John Myers and 
Mary ( ?). b. ^Irv 29, 1835; d. April 7. 1S93; bur. at Fairview, Gal- 
lia Co., O. 

He was a school teacher ; her address is Lecta, O. 

Children : — , . , . , 

VIII— 3406. (i) JAMES W. MYERS, b. April 28. 1857: m. LAURA 
ELLIOTT, b. circa, 1859; address. Lecta, O. 

Children : — 

IX— 6104. (a) Jacob Columbus Myers, b. circa, 1877; m. Hannah Shafer. 

Their address is. Gallipolis. O. Children: — 
X— 7454. Carl Myers, b. circa, 1S97. 
X— 7455. Elmer Myers, b. circa, 1899. 
X— 7456. Geneva My^rs. b. circa, 1901. 
IX— 6105. (b) Warren Dilnian Myers, b. circa. 1S79; m. Artie Gothard. 

Their address is. Patriot. Ohio. Children: — 



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X— 7J57. Millard Myers, b. circa, 1S99. 

X— 745S. Herbert Myers, b. circa. 1001. • 

X— 7459. Bessie Myers, b. circa, liiOl. 

IX— 0106. (c) Eliza Jane Myer.>^, l). circa, 18S1; ni. Albeit Tope. 

Their addre.ss is, Patriot, Ohio. Children: — 
X- -7400. L^aura Edyth Tope, b. cirea, 1905. 
X- 7401. Harold J. Toiie. 
IX— 6107. (d) Ira Edward Myers, b. circa. ISSC; m. Odessie Ball. 

Their address is. Patriot, O. No children. 
IX — 610S. (e) Xancy Catharine Myers, b. circa, 1SS5; deceased. 
IX — 6109. (t) Je.sse Arnold Myers, b. circa, 18S7; deceased. 
IX— 6110. (g) James Curtis Myers, b. circa, ISSS; unm. 
IX— 6111. (h) Daisy Maude Myers, b. circa, 1890; m. Elmer Drummond. 

Their address is, Patriot, Ohio. Issue: — 

X— 7462. One child. 

IX— 6112. (i) Alva Clarence Myers, b. circa, 1892. 

IX— 6113. (j) Nellie Pearl Myers, b. circa, 1894. -. * 

IX— 6114. (k) Ora Ethyl Myers, b. circa. 1S96. 

IX— 6115. (1) Lottie Marie Myers, b. circa, 189S. 

IX— 6116. (m) Sherlie Gainet .Myers, b. circa, 1900. 

IX— 6117. (n) Morris Edgebert Myers, b. circa, 1902. 

VIII— 3407. (2) OLIVER A. DIVERS, b. i mo. 28, i860: m. AL\R- 
GARET S. BAKER 8 mo. 10. 1S70. b. 4 mo. 17, 1863. 
He is a mercliant. with address Lecta, O. 
Issue : — 

IX— 6118. Bertha M. Myers, b. 6-?9-lS80; m. James \V. White 12-25-189S, sou of V/Il- 

liam H. White and Rachel M. Massie, b. 3-31-1877. 
Their address is Lecta, 0. Issue: — 
X— 7463. Edna A. White, b. 11-8-189D. 
X— 7464. bella M. White, b. 6-30-1903. 
X— 7465. Erne; son E. White, b. 7-6-1905. 
X— 746«. Margery E. White, b. l-l 8-1909. 
IX— 6119. Ruby Myers, b. ll-lo-lSS2; m. Eura O. Saunders 12-20-1S99, son of John A. 

tnd Elizabeth Saunders, b. 2-18-1S80. 
Their address is, Lecta, 0. Issue: — 
X— 7467. Nola E. Saunders, b. 11-7-1900. 
X— 7468. Bessie O. Saunlers, b. ll-S-1902. 
X— 7469. Chaiincey H. Saunders, b. 12-12-1904. 
X— 7470. Fanny F. Saunders, b. 12-28-19U7. 
IX— 6120. William H. Myers, b. 1-11-1885; m. Cora :Massi6 4-9-1905, dau. of George 

Massie and Mary Harless, b. 3-13-1S88. 
Their address is, Lecta, O. Issue:— 
X— 7471. Bessie M. Myers, b. 2-2-1906. 
X— 7472. Jev-'el Myers, b. 2-23-1908. 
IX— 6121 

No names; tvv'ins, b. 12 6-1887; d. 12-6-1887. 
IX— 6122 
IX— 6123. Fannie P. Myers, b. 3-22-1888; m. Fred. Shively 4-9-1905. son of Levi and 

Rebecca Shively, b. 3-4-1879. 
Their address is, Wilgus, O. Issue: — 
X— 7473. I.-eslie Shively, b. 2-16-1906. ' u. - • 

X— 7474. Chester Shively, b. 5-30-1908. 
IX— 6124. E-mmor 0. Myers, b. 6-2-1890; d. 8-6-1890. 
IX— 6125. Laura E. Myers, b. 10-11-1891; d. 12-6-1 S92. 
IX— 6126. Lilli'.' T^Iyrtle i'vers, b. 2-1S-1S94; m. J. E. Sheets 9-6-190S, son of Frank and 

Elizabeth Sheets, b. 11-23-1885. 
Their address is. Crown City, O. 
IX— 6127. Clarence T. INTyers, b. 10-25-1896; d. 12-1S-1S97. 
IX— 6128. Walter H. Myers, b. 10-15-1898. 
IX— 6129. Sarah F. Myers, b. 7-19-1901. 



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VIII— 3408. (3) JOHN L. M\^ERS, b. July 19, 1862: m. HARRIET 
A. PYLES April 24, 1886. She was b. May 14, 1865. 

Children: — 

IX— C130. Samuel C. Myers, b. July 14, 1887. 

IX— 6131. Alta T. Myers, b. Sept. 12, 1888. 

IX— 6132. Archie W. Myers, b. Dec. 8. 1SS9. 

IX— 6133. Allen O. Myers, b. Oct. 10, 1891. 

IX— 6134. Annie S. Myers, b. April 11, 1894. 

IX— 6135. Martha P. Myers, b. Sept. 15. 1897. 

IX— 6136. Emmor F. Myers, b. July 6, 1899. 

IX— 6137. Ora F. Myers, b. Dec. 11, 1901. 

IX— 6138. Meda C. Myers, b. March 2S, 1905. 

VIII— 3409. (4) MARY ELZEXA ^lYERS, b. Oct. 7,, 1864; m- 
PERRY MASSIE ^larch 11, 1889. b. July 7, 1857; d. May 3, 1904. 

Children : — 
IX— 6139. Ottie B. Massie, b. Aug. 14, 1891; d. May 25, 1906. 
IX— 6140. Marquis R. Massie, b. May 25, 1894. 
IX— 6141. Linueus P. Massie, b. Nov. 23, 1896. 
IX— 6142. Bessie G. Massie, b. April 29, 1903. 

VIII— 3410. (5) SULLIVAN A. MYERS, b. Feb. 25, 1867; d. March 
20, 1886; bur. at Fairview, Gallia Co., O. 

VIII— 3411. (6) JOSEPH L. MYERS, b. March 3, 1869: m. XAX- 
CY ARIZONA THORNTON Sept. 8, 1888. She was b. Oct. 22, 1869. 

Children : — 

IX— 6143. Minnie Elizn.beth Myers, b. Sept. 29,1890. 

IX— C144. Alta Philena Myers, b. Feb. 6. 1893. .■ . • 

IX— 6145. Marcus Monroe Myers, b. Sept. 6, 1895. 

IX— 6146. Denver Rosco Myers, b. Oct. 4, 1898. 

IX— 6147. Basil Atis Myers, b. Nov. 11, 1901. 

VIII— 3412. (7) SARAH A. MYERS, b. June 20, 1871; m. THOM- 
AS A. PYLES Aug. 27, 1892, b. March 4, 1870. 

Children : — 

IX— 6148. An infant; deceased. 

IX— 6149. Esco T. Pyles, b. Aug. 25, 1895. 

IX— 6150. Leo E. Pyled. b. Aug. 12, 1899. 

IX— 6151, Irvin F. Pyles, b. May 2, 1904. > ] ■ 

IX- 6152. Audrey Pyles, ) Twins b Julv 27 1907 • -• • 

IX— 6153. Aubrey Pyles, | i^ins. d- J"iJ ^^ lyo/. , . , 

VIII— 3413. (8) PERRY C. MYERS, b. Aug. i, 1873; d. July 9, 1874. 

VIII— 3414. (9) REBECCA A. MYERS, b. March 22, 1875; m. 
JOHN W. COLWELL Nov. 25. 1899. b. Feb. 14. 1875. 

Children : — 

IX— G154. Pearl Colwell, b. Aug. 27, 1900. 

IX— 6155. Dallas Earl Colwell, b. April 16, 1903. 

IX— 6156. William Colwell, b. Nov. 27, 1908. 



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VIII— 341 V (10) GEORGE B. MYERS, b. Oct. 19, 1S78; m. MVR- 
TIE FILLIXGER June i, 1901. Slie was b. July 14, 1883. 

Children : — 
IX— 6157. ChestPr C. Myers, b. .\pril 23, 1902. 
IX— 6158. Harold L. Myers, b. Feb. 21, 1904. 
IX— 6159. Lloyd K. Myers, b. April S, 190G. 
IX— 6160. Raymond J. Mytrs, b. Dec. 27, 1907. 

VIII— 3416. (11) STEPHEN D. :MYERS, b. Aug. 5, 1880; m. 
STELLA J. BRUMFIELD Aug. 16. 1902. She was b. Feb. 14, 18S4. 

Children : — 
IX— 6161. Harley S. Myers, b. June 2S, 1903, 
IX— 6162. Ezra Myers, b. Sept. 9, 19u5. 
IX— 6163. Harry D. Myer.s. b. Nov. 5, 1907. 

VIII— 3417. (12) CHARLES D. MYERS, b. June i, 1884; m. 
CORA BOSTICK Dec. 4, 1902. She was b. Jan. 7, 1885. 

Children : — 

IX— 61G4. Hayward J. Myers, b. Nov. 20, 1903. 
IX— 6165. Oliver Andrew Myers, b. April 30, 1905. 
IX— 6166, Noah Myers, b. Aug. 27, 1907. 



VII— 1330. RACHEL A. FOX (Emmor 6), b. Dec. 9. 1839; dec'd; 
m. WILBUR \V. SHUCK Sept. 13, 1866. 

Very little information of this family obtained; address given, Elm Creek, 
Neb. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3418. Laura Shuck, b. Auc. — , 1S67; m. Dansemond Taylor. 

VIII— 3419. George Shuck, b. May 11, 1S69. 

VIII- 3420. Mary J. Shuck, b. Dec. 23. ISTO; deceased. 

VIII— 3421. Sarah F. Shuck, b. Aug. 13. 1872; m. Edward Anderson. 

VIII 3421. Rhoryapus Shuck (twin), b. Aug. 13, 1872; d. Nov. 18, 1872. 

, VIII— 3423. Orlando Shuck. 

VIII — 3424. John A. Shuck; deceased. 

VIII— 3425. Ethelberi. Shuck. 

VIII— 3426. Nettie Shuck. 

VIII— 3427. Eber Shuck. 



VII— 1331. REBECCA I FOX (Emmor 6), b. June 29. 1843: d. 
Oct. 21, 1905; m. STEPFIEX ADREY MASSIE Feb. 28, 1863, son of 
Jonathan IMassie and Marguretta Roach, b. Jan. i. 1840. 

He is a farmer ; address Lecta, O. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3428. G. McCLELLAX M \SSIE. b. Aug. 20. 1S64: d. Aug. 
9, 1900; m. MARY DRUMMOXD Oct. 4. 1887. Her address is Rogers, 
Ark. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6167. Bertie May Massle 



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IX— C16S. Earnest L. Massie. 

IX— 6169. Elma Massie. " . 

IX— 6170. Blanche Massie. 

IX — 6171. Vernie Massie. 

IX— 6172. Leuua Massie. 

VIII— 3429. ROBERT O. MASSIE. b. Dec. 3, 1867: m. ELXORA 
WILLIAMS July 26, 18S9; addiess. Lecta. O. 

Issue : — 
IX— C173. Elmer E. Massie, b. Sept. 21, 1S90; d. Aug. 13, 1896. 
IX— 6174. O. Pearl Massie, b. Jan. IS. 1S92. 

VIII— 34 SO. EMMOR M. MASSJE. b. Jan. 4, 1870; d. Feb. 24, 1908; 
ni. CELESTIA WILLIAMS April 22, 1897. She d. June 8, 1907. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6175. Edna Massie, b. Julv 29, 1S97. 
IX— G176. Margurie Massie, b. Dec. 14, 1902 , 

VIII— 3431. X0R:^IAX W. MASSIE, b. Nov. 16. 1872; m. EVA 
RAPP July 4, 1896: address. Lecta, O. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6177. Sidna A. Massie. b. Julv 2, 1S97. 

IX— 617S. Alta A. Massio. b. Mar. 27. 1809; d. Dec. 30, 1901. 

IX— 6179. Ben la E. .Massio. b. Feb. 28. 1P03. 

IX— 6180. Arthur L. Massie, b. Oct. 14. 1904; d. Oct. 26, 1905. 

IX— 61S1. Alma E. ^[iiisie, b. July 4. 1906. 

IX— 61S2. Norman Rapy Massie, b. Sept. 24, 1908. 

VIII— 3432. SARAH E. MASSIE, b. Dec. 12, 1874; m. GEORGE 
HARMAN April 16. 1900. 

Their address is Lecta, O. • 

Issue:— • • i !A ' 

IX— 6183. Irama O. Harman, b. Aug. 1, 1904. 
IX— 6184. Fletcher M. Harman, b. Nov. 24, 1907. 

VIII— 3433. \\1LLIS V. ^lASSIE. b. Feb. 4. 1877; m. ROSA NEL- 
SON Dec. 31. 1 901 ; address, Lecta, O. 

Issue: — ;.,.....; 

IX— 6185. Darline B. Massie, b. Oct. 18, 1902. 
IX— 6186. Lexie I. Massie, b. Mar. 12, 1904. 

VIII— 3434. DELLIE E. :MASSIE, b. May 18, 1879: m. JOHN 
CLARK :Mar. 13. 1898: address, Lecta, O. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6187. Rilla Clark, b. ,7an. 18, 1899. . 

IX— 6188. Stephen L. Clark, b. July 28. 1900. • ■ ,. , " . . 

IX— 6189. Emily E. Clark, b. July 15, 1908. _ ' ' • ' 

VIII— 3435. LEXXA E. MASSIE. b. April 19. 1884; m. KIMBER 
S. PYLES Jan. i. 1904; address, Lecta, O. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6190. Herald Pj-lcs, b. Oct. 10, 1904. • "• 



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VII— 1332. SARAH E. FOX (Emmor 6). b. Sept. 19. 1845; "i- 
HEXRV WILSOX PVLES .\u-. 2^. 1864. son of Francis Pyles and Su- 
san Wiseman, b. Xov. 18, 1844. 

(His father left Greenbrier. Va.. \vlien 12 years old and came to Law- 
rence Co., O. ) Address, Patriot, O.. Box 29. 

Children : — 

VHI— 3436. JERUSHA SUSAX PYLES. b. May 29, 1S65; unm. 

Vni— 3437. ELGEXE RAKER PVLES, b. ^Lar. 21, 1867; unm. 

VHI— 3438. SARAH ARTHUSA PYLES. b. Feb. 13, 1S69; m. 
THOMAS JEFFERSOX HFRRELL Feb. 8, 1894; address, Arabia, O. 

Children : — 

IX— C191. Kelvv Alfred Henell. b. Nov. 10, 1894. 

IX— CI 92. Essie Rav Herrell. b. Oct. 24, 1S96. 

IX— 6193. Eva Frankie Herrell, b. Sept. 17, 1S9S. 

IX— 6194. Gladys Elma Herrpll, b. Feb. 3, 1901. 

IX— 6195. Marjorie Gail Henell. b. Aug. 14. 1903. 

IX— 6196. Shelva Dale Herrell, b. Nov. 12, 1905. 

VHI— 3439. MARTHA L. PYLES. b. Jan. i, 1871. 
VHI— 3440. REBECCA ELLEX PYLES, b. Jan. 6. 1873; m. TOHX 
FRANKLIX XEAL Aug. 2S, 1906; address, Patriot, Gallia Co., O.' 

Issue : — 
IX— C197. Elmer Glen Neal. b. Sept. 24, 1907. 

VIII— 3441. JOHX THO^dAS PYLES, b. July 16, 1875: unm. 

VIII— 3442. EMMA ROSALLIE PYLES, b. Oct. 14, 1877; d. July 
20, 1907; unm. 

VII— 3443. CHARLES LESTER PYLES, b. Jan. 26. 18S0; d. Sept. 
17, 190S: unm. 

VIII— 3444. AUSTIX LESLIE PYLES, b. May 21, 1882; unm. 

VII— 1333- EMMOR FOX. JR. f Emmor 6), b. Jan. 10, iS;i: m. 
SAR.AH ELLEX LAV^REXCE Jan. 9, 1872, b. Oct. 21, 1852; d. Oct. 5. 
1879. 

M. second. HARRIET E. MORRISOX Dec. 15. 1889. b. Au?. 2:;, 
185 1 ; address. Geneva, Fillmore Co., Xeb. 

Issue by first wife: — 

VIII— 3445. DORA A. FOX. b. Mav ;. 1874; m. O. D. McPHER- 
SOX; address, Dos Palos. Cal. ' ^ 



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VIII— 3446. LEWIS IR\'IX FOX, b. June 4. 1876; address, Geneva, 
Neb. 

Issue by second wife: — 

VIII— 3447. FRED FOX. b. Xov. 6, 1890. 

Issue of Rccs Fox {No. 426) and Fhcbe IVilsoii, born in Muskingum Co., O. 

VII— 1334. ELIZABETH FOX ( Rees, Elizabeth. Rebecca. Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. Aug. 14, 1834: m. .AIOXROE MERCER Sept. i. 1S70, son 
of Andrew and Mary Alercer, b. Sept. 8. 1827; d. Jan. 18, 1888. 

They resided at Duncan Falls, Muskingum Co., O., where he died and 
she continues. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3448. WILLIAM A. MERCER, b. July 28, 1871 ; m ELIZA- 
BETH A. , June 27. 1896. 

They reside at Zanesville, O. 

Children : — 

IX— 619S. Orville A. Mercer, b. Juue 4, 1S97. . . 

IX— 6199. Robert S. Mercer, b. Sept. 23, 1S99. 

IX— 6200. Edmund L. Meicer, b. April 3, 1901. 

IX— 6201. Edward C. Mercer, b. May 9, 1903. ' 

VIII— 3449. PHEBE RUHAXXAH IMERCER, b. Xov. 17, 1872; 
m. HARVEY H. SUPPLEE July 31, 1898. 
= They reside at Sonora, Muskingum Co., O. 

Children : — 
IX— 6202. Esther M. Supplee, b. March 27, 1901. 
IX— 6203. Albert M. Supplee, b. April 9, 1903. 

VIII— 3450. REES \V. MERCER, b. Feb. 14, 1874; m. EDITH OF- 
FENBAKER Oct. 17, 1897. 

They reside at Philo, Muskingum Co , O. 

Children : — 
IX— 6204. George C. Mercer, b. Jan. 9, 1S98. 
IX— 6205. Herbert M. Mercer, b. April 21, 1900. 

VIII— 3451- CFIALMER E. .MERCER, b. Feb. 29, 1876; m. .MAR- 
THA E. OFFEXBAKER Aug. 9, 1899. 
They reside at Duncan Falls, O. 

Children : — 
IX— 6206. Lois Mercer, b. Feb. 8, 1900. ' . : . - 

IX— 6207. Albert Mercer, b. April 15, 1902. ' , 



VII— 1335. MARIA FOX (Rces 6), b. Sept. 23, 1835; d. March 9. 
1909; m. PHILIP PIERCE '^lay 28. 1S68, son of Andrew Pierce and Jane 
Leedom, b. March 8, 181 3; dec'd. 



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He was a farmer and bnx^m maker. They resided at Duncan Falls, P. O. 
Box 2^, Ohio. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3452. :\IYSTA PIERCE, b. Dec. 10, 1872: m. CHARLES M. 
CRUMBAKER Nov. 24, 1897. 

Children : — 
IX— 620S. Adella Crumbaker. b. Aug. 16. 189S. 
IX— 6209. Olive Crumbaker, b. Aug. 5. 1900. 
IX— 6210. Dorothy Crumbaker, b. May 25, 1005. 
IX— 6211. Vernon Crumbaker, b. Sept. 3, lOOG; d. Sept. 10, 1906. 
IX— 6212. Nellie Crumbaker, b. May 9, 1908. 



VII— 1336. SABILLA FOX (Ree-, 6). b. Sept. 6, 1837; m. JOSEPH 
E. PEYTON, JR., ^larch 8, 1857, son of Joseph Ervin and Sarah Peyton, 
b. July 17, 1833; d. ^March 4, 1S92. 

They resided at Blue Rocic, O., where she continues. 

Children: — 

VIII— 3453. REES E. PEYTON, b. Feb. 2^, 185S; m. ROSANNA 
McDonald ^larch 29, 1884. 

They probably reside near Blue Rock, O. 

Children : — 

IX— 6213. Josie E. Peyton, b. Aug. 27, 1885. 

IX— 6214. Bessie B. Peyton, b. Mar. 18, 1887. 

IX— 6215. General W. Peyton, b. Dec. 24, 1888. 

IX— 6216. Joseph E. Peyton, b. Jan. 6, 1892. 

IX— 6217. Retta S. Peyton, b. Aug. 24, 1901. 

IX— 6218. Violet M. Peyton, b. May 1, 1903. 

VIII— 3454. ELECTA S. PEYTON, b. Aug. 26, 1859; m. ABRA- 
HAM HUFFMAN Feb. 21, 1883. 

Children: — 

rx— 6219. William E. Huffman, b. Mar. 31, 1884. 

IX— 6220. Stanley R. Huffman, b. Mar. 30, 1886. 

IX— 6221. Wilma J. Huffman, b. June 24, 1892. 

IX— 6222. Lelia Huffman, b. Mar. 24. 1894; d. July 13, 1894. 

VIII— 3455. WELCOME V. PEYTON, b. July 11, 1861 ; d. Julv 12. 
1861. . , ,. , . . . 

VIII— 3456. MARY M. PEYTON, b. June 6, 1862; d. July iS, 1S62. 

VIII— 3457. PHEBE E. PEYTON, b. June 24. 1866: m. HARLEN 
W. ROBERTS Oct. 10, 1888. 

Children : — 
IX— 6223. Joseph W. Roberts, b. Aug. 29, 1892. 
IX— 6224. Hershel E. Roberts, b. Sept. 8, 1897. ' ' 



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VIII— 3458. JOSEPH W. PKYTOX, b. Jan. 11, 186S; m. ELVIRA 
H. SHAVER Jan. 7, 1891. 

Children : — 
IX— 6225. Lola B. Peyton, b. Mar. 30, 1S92. 
IX— 622(j. Jonas E. Peyton, b. Mar. 9, 1S95. 
IX— 6227. Curtis L. Peyton, b. JIar. 6, 1905. 

VHI— 3459. BEXJA.AHX S. PEV FOX, b. Aug. 3, 1869. 
He probably resides near Blue Rock. Ohio. 

VHI— 3460. EMMOR F. PEYTOX, b. Jan. v, 1873: d. Dec. 3, 1896; 
M. ELLA E. TROUT Aug. 4. 1896. Xo issue given. 

VHI— 3461. JAMES F. PEYTOX, b. Xov. 22, 1874: d. Feb. 22, 1875. 



YU—iy^y. JOHX W. FOX ( Rees 6), b. Aug. 4. 1839: d. :^Iar. 13. 
1907; m. ELIZA A. ^IcDOXALD Sept. 18, 1865, b. Dec. i, 1838; d. June 
8, 1908. 

They removed from ^Muskingum Cc. O., to Potomac, Vermillion Co., 
111., where they resided until tiieir death. 

Issue : — 

VIII — 3462. Infant, b. ^lay 16, 1S66; d. in infancy. 

VIII— 3463. RETTA J. FOX. b. Sept. 23, 1867; d. Dec. 7, 1893; m. 
JOHX X. EXDICOTT Mar. 25, 1S91. He d. Xov. 27, 1893. 
Their residence is not given. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6228. BessieF. Endicott, b. Feb. 23, 1S93. , . , . 

VIII— 3464. REES O. FOX. b. Jan. 12, 1871 ; m. MAGGIE M. DUX- 
CAN Feb. 22, 1893; address, Potomac, Vermillion Co., 111. 

Issue: — ' • , . V ■ . . , 

IX— 6229. John W. Fox, b. Feb. 5, 1S94; d. June 5, 1895. , , . 

IX— 6230. Nellie Gertrude: Fox, b. July 25. 1S97. 

IX— 6231. Frances W. Fox, b. Dec. 13, 1899. 

IX— 6232. Flora Marie Fox, b. Oct. 27, 1908. 

Issue of Ziba Fox (No. 4?/') and Deborah Binlj all born in Ohio. 



VII— 1338. LYDIA AXX FOX (Ziba. Elizabeth. Rebecca. Elizabeth, 
John, John), b. June 13, 1837: d. April i. 1865: m. PHILIP M. CARROLL 
March 10. 185:;. He d. Xov. 6, 1867. X'^ames of children all that were found. 
VIII— 3465. Benjamin F. Carroll, b. Oct. 22, 1857. 
VIII— 3466. Mary E. Carroll, b. April 27, 1860. 
VIII— 3467. James A. Carroll, b. April 18, 1S<;;-.; d. Nov. 6, 1S67. 

VII— 1339. GEORGE FOX (Ziba 6), b. April 9, 1S40. at Muskingum 



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Co.. O. : d. Dec. i, 1902, in Clay Co.. Texas; m. HAXXAII A. HUGGIXS 
Marcli 9. 1870. b. ^[arch 22, 1S45, at Greenbrier Co., \\'. Va. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3468. IDA M. FOX. b. Dec. 12, 1870: m. CHARLES K. 
CULLERS Jnly iS, 1SS6. son of Jolin R. Cullers and Martha (nee) Poin- 
dextcr, b. Dec. 14. 1S52: address, Bryson, Jack Co., Texas 

Children: — 

IX— 6233. S<amuel Cullers, b. May G, ISSS. 

IX— 6:;14. Ruth Cullers, b. Aug. IZ, 1890. 

IX— 6235. Mark Cullers, b. May 10, 1S92. 

IX— C230. Artie CuU-.s. b. Feb. 8, 1S94. 

IX— 6237. Anna Bell Cullers, b. Oct. 11, 1896. 

IX— 6238. Lena Cullers, b. Jan. 30, 1899. 

IX— 6239. Mattie Cullers, b. June 23, 1901. 

IX— 62-10. John Cullers, b. June 9, 1906. 

VIII— 3469. XLXA B. rOX. b. Feb. 2^, 1S73. in Ohio; ni. JAMES 
A. KERR ]\Iay 15. 1S90, son of John G. Kerr and r\Iarlha D. (nee) Wit- 
ten, b. Oct. 16. 1S52. in Virginia. 

lie is a ]Methodist minister, \\\\\\ address Henrietta, Clay Co., Texas. 

Children : — 

TX— G241. Nannie Dot Kerr, b. July S, 1891. 

IX— 6242. Dona Mildred Kerr, b. Jan. S, 1894. 

IX— 6243. Louis Wilton Kerr, b. Aug. 27, 1S96. 

IX— 6244. Mamie Gertrude Kerr, b. Nov. 17, 1898. 

IX— 6245. Lowell Levis Kerr, b. March 2, 1901. 

IX— 6246. Jennie May Kerr. b. Jan. 24, 1904. 

IX— 6247. Irad Candler Kerr, b. March 10, 1907. • 

VIII— 3470. EVERETT L. FOX, b. Oct. 6, 1875. in Gallia Co., O. ; 
w.wn. ; address, Bcllevue, Texas. 



VII— 1340. PHEBE E. FOX (Ziba 6). b. Jnly 24. 1S42 ; m. THO^I- 
.\S J. COLEMAX Xov. 10, i8;9. son of William and Mahala Coleman, b. 
May 24. 183S; addre.ss. Sandfork,' Gallia Co., O. 

Ciiildren : — 

VIII— 3471. CYNTHIA J. COLEMAX, b. Sept.' 11. i860; d. Jan. 
19. 1891 ; unm. 

VIII— 3472. LEWIS W^ COLEAJAX. b. Jnlv 2, 186^; m. SUSAX* 
PVLES, 1 888; removed to Geneva, XVb. 

Children : — 

^'^~^-\^. Thomas S. Col(:-man, b. Aug. 6 1S89 \ r^ . 

TX— 6249. Emniett E. Coloman, b. Aug. 5. 1S92. ) '"^'^^^^ 

^y^—^-^^^i. Emory Coleman, b. Aug. 5. 1892; d. Aug. 5, 1S92. 

IX- 625]. Harry J. Colem.in, b. Sept. 22, 1894. 

'^—6252. Anna G. Colernon, b. Dec. 10, 1899. 

IX— 62.>3. Roscoe Coleman, b. Oct. 9, 1901. 



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VIII— 3473. MARY E. COLEMAX, b. Aug. 13, 1S65; d. Aug. 31, 
1884; unm. 

VIII— 3474. TAMES H. COLEMAN, b. Nov. 30, 1S67; m. JULIA 
WALTERS, 1888; address, Geneva, Neb. 

Children : — 

IX— 6254. Ada May Coleman, b. Aug. 17. 18S9. 

IX— 6255. Charles William Coleman, b. Mar. 23, ISOl; d. Nov. 18, 1891. 

IX- -6256. James Walter Coleman, b. Dec. 24. 1SD2. 

IX— 625('. Cora Belle Coleman, b. June 3, ISOo. 

IX— 625S. Robert L. Coleman, b. Oct. 30, 1S9S. 

IX— 6259. John F. Coleman, b. Sept. 30, 1903. 

VIII— 3475. WILLIA.M M. COLE.MAN, b. Feb. 24, 1869; m. LOT- 
TIE L. HAMLIN Aug. 31, 1S92; removed to Geneva, Nebraska. 

Child:— 

IX— 6260. Joe Pearly Coleman, b. Jan. 3, 1903. 

VIII— 3476. EMMA L. COLE.MAN, b. julv 13, 1871 ; d. Feb. 5, 
1873- 

VIII— 3477. EVA L. COLE^IAN. b. Nov. 4, 1873; m. THOMAS 
NEAL Aug. 30, 1892; address, Mt. Sterling, O. 

Children : — 

IX— 6261. Chester M. Neal, b. Oct. 25, 1893; d. Julv 26, 1902. 
IX— 6262. Sidney H. Neal, b. Mar. 31, 1898. 
IX— 6263. Edmond D. Neal, b. Nov. 18, 1904. 

VIII— 3478. ELLA N. COLE^^IAN, b. Atig. i^- 1876: m. LEVI E. 
WHITE Nov. I, 1S93; address, Bidwell, Gallia Co., 6. 

Children : — 

IX— 6264. Harry D. White, b. July 22. 1895: d. Julv 24, 1895. 

IX— 6265. Lucile White, b. Aug. 10,1896; d. Dec. 20, 1898. 

IX— 6266. Stanley W. White, b. Aug. 22, 1898. 

IX— 6267. Merrill C. White, b. Oct. 11, 1902. 

VIII— 3479. CHARLEY T. COLEMAN, b. ^larch 17, 1879; d. Aug- 
4, 1S79. 

VIII— 3480. LENNIE :^[ COLEMAN, b. Aug. 29. 18S0: m. TAL- 
FORD T. MYERS Aug. 28, 1898; address, Hemington, W. Va. 

Children : — 

IX— 6268. Reathie Myers, b. Aug. — , 1899. 

IX— 6269. Elmer Myers, b. Aug. 3, 1901. ' " 

IX-6270. Raleigh Myers, b. Nov. 24, 1903. 

IX— 6271. Howard W. Myers, b. Oct. 20, 1906. 

VIII— 3481. SADIE E. COLEMAN, b. ^lav 6, 1883: m. CHESTER 
HOWARD May 6, 1902; address, Bidwell. Gallia Co., O. 
Children : — 

IX— 6272. Aldith Howard, b. Mar. 12, 1903. 
IX— 6273. Leland Hov-ard, b. Feb. 21, 1905. 



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VII— 1341. MARY lAXE FOX (Ziba 6). 1>. Dec. 4. 1844: <!• Mav 
.•I. 1879; ni. \V1LLIA>['D. hall Sept. 20. 1S63. s^n of Willip.ni HmI 
and Catharine Barkliurst, b. May 15. 183*^; address, \Vaterloo, Lawrence Co., 
O. Children : — 

VIII— 348J. JOHX T. HALL, b July 4, 1S66; m. LOVIXA ^LVY 
McDAXILL Dec. 25. 1892. di'u. of Wesley McDanicl and Mary Wiseman, 
b. Jan. 30. 1873. 

He is a merchant; address, Northup, Ohio, R. D. 1. 

Issue : — 

IX-Gl'74. Cora M. Hall. b. Nov. 6, 1893. 

IX— 6275. Jessie A. Hall, b. April 12. 1895. 

IX— 627^.. Clarence E. Hail. b. Dec. 12. 1S9G. 

IX— C277. Etta G. Hal), b. Feb. 14, 1906. 

VIII— 3483. RIXDA C HALL, b. June 24. 186S; d. July 16, 1905; m. 
JOHX F. XEAL June 1 1, 1891, son of \V. ]\L and Lizzie Xeal, b. Sept. 14, 
186S: address. Patriot, Gallia Co., Ohio. 

Children : — 

IX~li278. Bertha E. Neal, b. March 2, 1893. 
IX — 6279. John M. Neal, b. Aug. 11, 1897. 
IX— G280. Ruth E. Neal, b. Nov. 26, 1899. 

VHI— 3484. ELLA ^L-\KY HALL. b. Oct. 2^, 1870; m. HARRY L. 
GATES July 31, 1898, son of John ^L Gates and Julia A. Williams, b. julv 
7. 1878. 

He is a farmer, with address Tuscola, Douglass Co., 111., R. D. i. 

Issue: — 

IX--6281. Cecil Elmer Gates, b. May 5. 1899. 
1X--€2S2. Ruth Irene Gates, b. April 25, 1905. 

. VIII— 3485. ALBERT p. HALL. b. Feb. 10, 1873; d. Feb. 11, 1873. 

VIII— 34S6. ELMER D. HALL, b. Dec. 30. 1873: m. LUCIXDA H. 
<JL EI'.X Oct. 9. 1898, dau. of Cornelius Queen and Lavisa Gillian, b. Nov. 
6. 1S78; address, Tuscola, Douglass Co., 111., R. D. 6. 

Issue: — ' • '• 

IX-C28.'{. NfIIIc Marie Hall, b. Aug. 16 1901. 

IX -62S4. Delia M. Hall. d. voung. 

IX— €2S5. Orus Haft Hall, b. Aug. 15, 1908. 

VIII— 3487. ANNA B. HALL. b. March 28. 1876: d. Dec. i. 190;; 
m. HIRAM EDGAR HOUCH Dec. 2;, 1895, son of Hiram and Angeline 
Houch. b. May 7. 1874: address, Gallipofi?, Gallia Co., O. 

Children: — 
IX— CJS6. Orlan G. Jtoueh. b. Aug. 20, 1897. ' 

IX— 6287. Charles N. Hcuch, b. S^pt 24 1899 
IX— 6288. Thais L. Houch, b. Oct. 13, 'l901. ' 
IX-^289. Thelma 0. Houch, b. Nov. 22, 1903; d. young. '■ ' 



374 PALMER FAMILY. 



VIII— 34SS. EVERETT E. HALL b. May 17, 1878; d. Eeb. 28, 
1879. 



VII— 1342. REES FOX (Zibar.), b. Sept. 12, 1S47; m. JAXE MIL- 
LER Sept. S, 186S, dan. of Samuel and Clarissa Miller, b. Jan. 10, 1847; d. 
Jan. 20, 1876. 



M. second. LUCIXDA C. ALLISOX Jan. 9, 1878, dau. of William 
and Mary Allison, b. April 21, 1851 ; address. Rodney, Gallia Co.. O. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3489. THOMAS ROSCOE FOX, b. Mar. i. 1875; m. TEX- 
NIE LEORA McCORMICK Dec. 31. 1898, dau. of Harvey and Malissa 
McCormick. b. Sept. 24, 1871 ; address. Rodney, Gallia Co., O. 

Child :— 

IX— 6290. Myrtle J. Fox, b. Feb. 20, 1906. 

VIII— 3490. FLETCHER A. FOX. b. Jan. 18. 1879: m. ALICE R. 
WILLIAMS Sept. 9. 1903. chu. of William and Mary Williams, b. Jan. i, 
1880; address, Ivlarley, Will Co., 111. 

VIII— 3491. ELMA A. FOX, b. Feb. 3, 1880. 

VIII— 3492. ELECTA M. FOX, b. July 14, 1882: m. ALVIN P. 
MARTIX"" Nov. 7. 1907, son of Henry and Harriet Martin. 
They reside in Huntington, W. Va. 

VIII— 3493. MARCUS i:. FOX, b. .Mar. 17, 1884. 
, VIII— 3494. NEVA L. FOX, b. April i, 1886. 

VII— 1343. LEWIS FOX (Ziba 6), b. Feb. 25. 1849; d. Dec. 29, 
1901 ; m. ANN E. WILLIA]\IS. autumn 1873, dau. of John Williams and 
Mary E. Knox. b. June 27, 1850; d. Feb. 2, 1894. 

He was a farmer. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3495. JOHN BENTLEY FOX, b. Dec. 31, 1875; d. Oct. 8, 
1895. 

VIII— 3496. ANSON R. FOX, b. Nov. 20. 1879: m. ESTFIER E. 
BING Dec. 5, 1900, dau. of Tliomas Marlow Bing and Sarah E. Waddell, b. 
May 7, 1878. 

He is a clerk in the Furnishing Dept. of the F. & R. Lazarus & Co. store, 
with address 165 ]\Iartin Ave., Columbus. O. No children. 



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\'in_34()j. THOMAS SELWVX FOX, b. Oct. 24. 1887; unm. : a.l- 
drcss, RcKlney, Gallia Co.. Ohio. 

Vn__i344. WILLIAM FOX (Ziba 6), b. Oct. 14, 1851 : ni. IILL- 
DAH XEAL Feb. 22, 1885, dan. of Henry Xeal and Mary ]\Iossbargcr. b. 

Jan. 19. 1868. 

He was a farmer, but his health fai'-ii g. he retired and removed, Sept. 25, 
1905. to California: address, 48 Pearl Ave.. Redlands, Cal. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3-498. Effle Alberta Fox, b. Mar. 6, 1SS6. 

Issue of Rebecca J. Fox {No. 428) and Samitcl Farrell, all born in Muskin- 

grim Co., O. 

VII_i345. ELIZA JANE FARRELL (Rebecca. Elizabeth. Rebecca. 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. Sept. 27, 1835; m. SA^IUEL REVEXXAUGH 
Sept. 2Ty, 1855, in Muskingum Co., O.. Avhere they resided. He d. Jan. 14, 
1891 ; her address, Blue Rock, O. . ■ ,- < 

Children : — - - 

Vni— 3499. HIRA:^! REVEXXAUGH, b. Sept. I, 1857; d. Feb. 2, 
i860. 

VIII— 3500. IRA WTLSOX REVEXXAUGH. b. Xov. i, 1861 : m. 
MAUDE BROWX Oct. — . .885: address, Cumberland, O. 

Children : — 

IX -6291. Hiram Revrunaugh. b. Dec. 15. 1886. 

IX— 6i.'92. Clyde Revei-naugb, b. July 3, 18SS. 

IX— G203. Eliza Jane Revennaugb, t). Feb. 7, 1890. 

IX- 6294. Harry Samuel Revennaugb. b. June 6, 1891. 

.IX— «29.5. Ethel Brown Revennaugb. b. July 30, 1894. 

IX— 6296. Herbert Imlav Rovennaugh, b. Aug. 11. 1896. 

IX— 6297. Lulu Revennaugb, b. Sept. 11. 1S9S. 

IX— 6298. Minnie Marie Revennaugb, b. Feb. 13, 1900; d. Aug. 24, 1900. 

VIII_3-oi. ULYSSES G. REVEXXAUGFI. b. April ^. 1867: m. 
IDA HELL STARRETT Xov. 25. 1894: b. Mar. 17. 1874: address. Blue 
Rock, O. 

Children : — , 

IX— 6299. George Wilmer Revennaugb. b. Sept. 9, 1895. 
IX— 63(Mt. Charles Homer Revennaugb, b. July 11. 1897. 
IX— 6.'^01. Emmett Wayno Revennaugb, b. Jan. 21, 1900; d. Mar. 15, 1904. 
IX— €302. Edwin Revennaugb, b. Mar. 22, 1902; d. July 15, 1902. 
IX— €303. Myrtle Mae Revennaugb, b. July 4, 1903. 

VII— 1346. PHEBE AXX FARRELL (Rebecca 6). b. March 27, 
1837; m. JOEL THOMAS IMLAY July 3. 1864. son of Daniel Imlay and 
Rebecca Johnson, b. July 19. 1836; d. Aug. 23, 1891. 

They resided in Muskingum Co.,. O., where he died. 



376 PALMER FAMILY 



(Daniel Imlay, b. July 2, 1800; d. April 5, 1853; Rebecca Johnson, b. 
June 6, 1796; d. June 23, 1855.) 

Her address is 511 Pine St , Zancsville, O. 
Children : — 

VIII— 3502. FLORA IMLAY, b. April 15, 1865; unm.; address, 51 p 
Pine St., Zanesville, O. 

VIII— 3503. CARRIE Ri=:BECCA IMLAY, b. Aug. 14, 1866; unm.; 
address Plymouth, O. 

She is a bookkeeper for the J. D. Fate Co., manufacturers of clay work- 
ing machinery. 

VIII— 3504. MARGARET IMLAY, b. May 14, 1868; unm.; address, 
Banning, Riverside Co., Cal. 

VIII— 3505. LUCINDA IMLAY, b. Feb. 16, 1870; imm. 

VIII— 3506. ETHELINBA IMLAY, b. Feb. 16, 1870; unm. y , 
Address of both is 2344 Stout St., Denver, Colo. 

VIII— 3507. IDA LOUISA IMLAY. b. June 5. 1872: d. April 18, 
1896. 

VIII— 3508. JOSEPHINE IMLAY, b. Jan. 20, 1878; unm.; resides 
with her mother. 

VII— 1347. WILLIAM FARRELL (Rebecca 6), b. March 17, 1839; 
m. JANE DIXON Nov. 11, 1861, dau. of James and Elizabeth Dixon. She 
d. Aug. 21, 1870. 



M. second, MARTHA SIMMS, June—. 1874: she d. Nov. — , 1905. 
His address is McCunnelsville, Morgan Co., O. 

Children: — 

VIII— 3509. SA:^IUEL EDSON FARRELL, b. Nov. 14. 1863; m. 
GEORGIA SEALOCK Sept. 17, 1892. She d. Nov. 5, 1897. 



M. second, MARY CROSIER Aug. 9, 1900. - 

Their address is McConnelsville, Morgan Co., O. 
Child :— 
IX— 6304. Lucile Farrol), b. Aug. 16, 1893. 

VIII— 3510. JAMES CHARLES FARRELL. b. June 19, 1865, in 
Muskingum Co., O. ; m. AGNES SMOOT Sept. 2, 1885, dau. of James and 



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Arteniesia Smoot, b. Sept. 12, 1S56. at Davies Co., Ind. ; address, Loogootee, 
Martin Co., Ind. 

Cliildrcn : — 
IX— 6305. Hallie Ciacc Farrell, b. June 2, 1SS6, at Davis Co.. Ind. 
IX- 630G. Olive J. Farrell, b. April ~.i, 1SS9, at Muskingum, Co., O. 

VIII_35ii. REES EMMETT FARRELL, b. Dec. 24, 1867; d. Nov. 
22, 1902; unni. 

VIII— 3512. ELIZABETH xMAY FARRELL. b. May i, 1870; m. 
ROBERT E. GAY Jan. 28, 1891, son of Asa C. and Susanna Gay, b. March 
21, 1870.; address, Blue Rock, Musking^im Co., O. 

Children : — 
IX— 0307. Bernard Reed Gay, b. Sept. 11. 1891. , ' . 

IX— 630S. Bernice Gay, b. May 7. 1894. 
IX— 0309. Robtrl Calvin Gay. b. Nov. 2. 1897. 
LX— 6310. Kenneth Gay. b. July 24, 1900. 



VII— 1348. JOSEPH EDWARD FARRELL (Rebecca 6), b. Feb. 
15, 1841 ; d. Nov. 2, 1872, in Johnson Cc, Mo.; buried at Duncan Falls, O. ; 
unm. 



VII— 1349. ANNA REBECCA FARRELL (Rebecca 6), b. Au^?. 31, 
1843; d. June 30, 1890; m. WILLIAM REED Dec. 29, 1864. 
He d. July 2, 1868, in Muskingum Co., O. ■ , 



M. second, CHALKLEY FRAME Feb. 5, 1870, son of Joseph Frame 
and Rebecca Ingram, of Chester Co., Pa. 

Child by first husband : — 
VIII— 3513. Samuel Ellis Re^, b. Dec. 13, 1865; d. Nov. 30, 1866. , 

Children by second husband : — 
VIII— 3ol4. Robert Hillls Frame, d. Nov. 27, 1881. 

yill— 3515. Clarence Frame, b. May 31. 1877. His address is. Valisea. Iowa. 
Vill— 3516. Katie Frame, b. Aug. 16, 1SS3. Her address is. ZanesvlUe, O. 

Vn— 1350. SARAH ELIZABETH FARRELL (Rebecca 6). b. Dec. 
15, 1844; m. LYMAN KING Sept. 7, 1882, son of William and Eliza King, 
of Monroe Co., O., b. June 15, 1845 ; d. Jan. 8, 1903 ; her address is Nodaway, 
Iowa. No children. 



VII— 1351. ROBERT H. FARRELL (Rebecca 6), b. June 5, 1846; 
m. THERESSA KLINE Nov. 25. 1870. dau. of Thomas Kline, of Musk- 
ingum Co., O. ; address, Philo, Muskingum Co., O. 



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Children : — 

VIII— 3517. FRAXK IRENE FARRELL, b. March 6. 1874; m. S. 
PRESTOX DEEDS Oct. 6. 1891, :>oii of Charles S. and Emma C. Deeds, 
of Station A, Cokunbus, O., b. March. 3. 1S71; address Circleville, Pickaway 
Co., O. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6311. Forrest Edward Deeds, b. Jan. 5, 1893. at Ciicleville. 

VJII— 3518. REGiXA ALICE FARRELL, b. March 25, 1878; m. 
HENRY L. KRIER Feb. 24, 1903, son of Xicholas and Mary Krier, of 
Philo, O., b. July 14, 1S77; addiess. Circleville, Pickaway. Co., O. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6312. Robert Nicholas Krier, b. Sept. 12, 1907. 



Line of John^ Joiix, Elizabeth^ Rebecca, Phebe. 

Issue of Rebecca Massey (Xo. 429) and Caleb J. Maris. 

See under her X""©. in Sixth Generation. 

Issue of Thomas J. Massey (Xo. 4^2) av.d Elizabeth Lle^t^'cllyn, born in Wil- 

listown, Chester Co., Pa. 

VII— 1353. WILLLAM L. MASSEY (Thomas, Phebe. Rebecca, 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. 6 mo. 8, 1838; d. 9 mo. 8.^ 1862; unm.; buried at 
Willistown Mtg. 

VII— 1354. PHEBE AXX .MASSEY (Thomas6),b. 8mo. 25, 1839; 
m. JOXES EAVEXSOX 11 n.o. 12. 1879 (See Xo. 420). 

Since his death she resides at his late residence, address 2004 Mt. Ver- 
non St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

VII— 1355. FIEXRY PRATT MASSEY (Thomas 6), b. 9 mo. 19, 
1841; d. 3 mo. 29. 1902; m. AXXA MEXDEXHALL BURXETT 12 mo. 
23, 1869, at Burlin^on, X". J., dau. of Thomas Burnett and Abigail Wilson, 
b. II mo. 29, 1846. at Wilmington, Del. 

He was a manufacturer of paper boxes and wooden show cases; resided 
in Burlington. X. J., where he died and his widow still continues. 

Issue, all born in Burlington, X'. J. : — 

VIII— 3519. LEXA BURXETT MASSEY. b. 9 mo. 30. 1870; d. 10 
mo. 8, 1870. 

VIII— 3520. CHARLES HEXRY ^lASSEY, b. 5 mo. 20, 1872; d. 
same date. 



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VllI— 3521. CHARLES liUKNE'rr MASSEY, b. Mav. 28, 1874; 
d. Sept. 12, 1901. at Lynchburg. Va. ; ra. ANNA MAY BORTOX* Feb. 8, 
iiy/\ Burlington. N. J., clau. of William J. Borton and Alwilda M. (nee) Ty- 
ItT. b. June 24. 1878. at Hainesport, X. J- 

He was a tireman on the Xorfolk & Western R. R. 

Issue: — 

IX— C313. Elizabeth Marguerite Massey. b. Feb. 6, 1S96, at Camden, N. J. 
IX- -6314. ClifTord Eavenson Mussey, b. Aug. 29, 1900, at Medford, N. J. 

VHI— 3522. THOMAS AL-VSSEY, b. Oct. 20, 1877; unm. 
He is a musician by profession, with address Burlington, X\ J. 

VHI— 3523. ELIZABETH ASHTJX ^lASSEY, b. Xov. 11, 1879; 
m. EDWIX CHRISTOPHER STALEY June 6, 1907. son of Samuel and 
Mar>- Elizabeth Staley, b. Oct. — , 1878. 

He is one of the firm of the Standard Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Com- 
pany, who have a verv extensive plant at Bristol, Pa. Xo children. 

' VIII— 3524. ABIGAIL BURXETT MASSEY, b. Sept. 18, 1881; 
unm. 

She resides in Burlington, X. J., where she is assistant librarian of the 
Free Library. 

VII— 1356. AXXA MARY MASSEY (Thomas 6), b. 9 mo. 9, 1845; 
d. 2 mo. II, 1895; m. DR. WILLIA.M A. D. PIERCE 8 mo. 22, 1882. 

He died 'Ma.y 2, 1906, in his 64th year: both bur. in Philadelphia. Xo is- 
sue. 

VII— 1357. THOMAS L. MASSEY (Thomas 6), b. 10 mo. 19, 
1848; d. 12 mo. 24, 1881 ; unm. 

He continued on the home place; bur. in Willistown ]Mtg. 

VII— 1358. JOHX MASSEY (Thomas 6), b. 3 mo. 6. 1851; unm. 

He is in real estate and collection trade; address, 2004 Mt. Vernon St., 
Pliiladelphia, Pa. 

Line of John, John, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Hannah. 

Issue of Joseph J. Hooves (Xo. 4^4) and Amanda McGinnis. 

,,,. ^'^^—'359- ELLEX ELIZA HOOPES (Joseph, Hannah, Rebecca, 
Elizabeth. John, John), b. Xov. 16, 1838, in Cincinnati, O. ; m. ROBERT R. 
LAW 1 HER Feb. 4, 1858, in Cincinnati, O., son of Tames Lawther and Tana 
Hood. b. Jan. 25, 1836. 

He was a captain in the Confederate Army during the Civil War; resid- 
tHl for some time in Galveston, then in Burnham, and later in Dallas, all in 
Fexns, where lie is in the grain trade wi^h residence at 791 Bryan St. 

Children : — 

Vin— 3525- HARRY PRESTOX LAWTHER. b. Jan. 25, 1859. in 



.»^ ^''^t^— Anna M. (Borton) Massey m. second Joseph G. Rogers, Oct. 1, 1902, and 
Uif-y reside at Lumbertou, N. J., and have a child, Florence M. Rogers, b. July 9. 1903. 



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Aluscaiine, la.; ni. .MAMIE ROSS >LTrch 13, iSSS, dau. of Andrew J. Rosg 
and Catherine (nee) Lighttoot. 

He is an attorney-at-la\v in Dallas, Texas. 

L^sue : — 
IX— 6315. Andrew Ross Lawther, b. Oct. 10, 1SS9. 
IX— C316. Harry Preston Lawther, Jr.. b. Dec. S, 1891. 
VIII— 352G. Marion Lawther. b. July 30,lS»iO; d. Feb. 20. 1S61. 
VIII— 3527. Maud Lee Lawther. b. May 10, lSt^6; d. Oct. — , 1S07. 
VIII— 352S. Pearl Lawther. b. Ante. 21, ISTO; d. Feb. — . 1S74. 
VIJI— 3529. Robert Lawther, b. Feb. 1, 1ST2; d. May — , 1S72. 

VIII— 3530. JOSEPH EARLE LAWTHER. b. Feb. 11, 1876, in 
Galveston. Tex.; m. IRMA EXLOW Oct. 22, 1S95, dan. of James Enlow 
and Harriet (nee) Campbell. 

He is in business with his father in Dallas, Tex. 

Issue ; — 

IX— 6317. Margaret Louise Lawther, b. Sept. 10. 1900. 
IX— 6318. Linn Vernon Lawther, b. May 17, 1904. 

VIII— 3531. WTLLIA.M LA.MES LAWTHER, b. Dec. 12, 187S, at 
Brenham, Te_x. : m. ^vIARY HELEX SKMPKIXS July 5. 1905, dau. of 
W. S. Simpkins and Elizabeth Isabel (nee) Ware. Xo children; reside in 
Dallas Texas, where he is a clerk in the orfice of the C. M. and St. P. R. R. 

VIII— 3532. RAYMOXD RALSTOX LAWTHER, b. Sept. 21, 1880. 
in Brenham: m. SARAH ELIZABETH EDWARDS Xov. 16, 1905, dau. 
of W. .AI. EDWARDS and Elva (nee) Gray. 

He is a clerk in a wholesale drug sto'-e in Dallas, Tex. X""© children. 

VIII— 3533. PAUL WARXER LAWTHER, b. Feb. i, 1S82; m. 
CLARA COLLIXS Aug. 7, 1902, dau. of James J. Collins and Juliette (nee) 
Harwood. 

They reside in Dallas, Tex. , 

Child :— 
IX— 6319. Robert Lawther, b. May 25, 1904. 



VII— 1360. JOSEPH LIXX HOOPES (Joseph 6). b. Sept. 15. 
1841, in Muscatine. la.: m. there EMMA WORSHAM Dec. 17, 1S74. dau. 
of William Green Worsham ai.d Rebecca Henderson Marmon. of Muscatine, 
la., b. Jan. 22, 1852; d. May 8. 1903. 

He is in the real estate, loans and insurance trade: resides in Muscatine, la. 

Child :— 
Vni— 3334. Allen Lee Hoopes, b. March 31. 1876; d. Feb. 21, 1879. 

VII— 1361. FAXXIE LOUISE HOOPES fjoseph 6). b. Sept. 27. 
1846; d. Nov. 14, 1881: m. CHARLES A. STITH April 5, 1871, at Gal- 
veston, Tex., son of Richard M. Stith and Harriet C. Ferguson, b. March 28, 
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He m. again and in 1897 resided at Woodvillc, Texas. 
Child:— 

VIII_3-3-. ROBERT M. SMITH, m. SARAH S. LEWIS Jan. 10. 
1900, of Philadc!i>hia (known as Sadie Stith)- 

He is a physician; resides in Seattle, Washington. 

Issue : — 

IX— €320. Kathryu Siith. b. July 29. 1903. 

IX— 6321. Richard Lewis Stith, b. Sept. 17, 1905. 



VII— 1362. REBECCA HOOPES (Joseph J. 6), b. March 25, 1851; 
unm. ; resides at 411 W. 3rd St., Muscatine, Iowa. 



Iss^ie of Phcbe Hoopcs {No. 4^6) and WiUiam B. Michener. 

VII— 1363. EZRA H. MICHEXER (Phebe, Hannah, Rebecca. Eliza- 
beth, John, John), b. April 18. 1833. i" New Garden, Chester Co., Pa.; d. 
July 29, 1903; bur. at Ouakerhill Cemetery, near Sebring, O. ; m. EMELIXE 
L. ROBERTS Dec. 12, 1861, at North 'Benton, O., dau. of David Roberts 
and Emeline Munyon, of Alliance, O., b. Sept. 16. 1833, ^" Monroe Co.. N. \'. 

They settled first in Smiih Twp, ^vlahoning Co.; in 1883, removed to 
Knox Twp., Columbiana Co., O., to a farm, where they remained; address Be- 
loit, O. After his death she lived with hc-r daughters. 

Children : — 

Vni— 3536. (a) MARY E. .AHCHENER, b. Oct. 10, 1862; unm.; 
address, Alliance, O. 

VIII— 3537. (b) PHEBE ALICE MICHENER, b. June 4. 1864; m. 
PIM M. BALL June 7, 1890. of Beloit. O., son of Nathan Ball and Mary 
Ann Wickersham, of Beloit. b. Eeb. 6, 1S59. 

He is a carpenter and farmer; address, Beloit, O., R. D. 2. 

Children : — 

IX— 6322. Ernest Wickersham Ball, b. Apr. 21, 1891. 

Twins. 

IX— €323. Eldis Lee Ball, b. Apr. 21, 1891. 

IX~6324. Mary Edith Ball, b. Sept. 22, 1894. '*'•''•• '' 

Vni— 3538. (c) RACHEL E. MICHENER, b. Apr. 11, 1866; m. 
CHARLES C. CARD Oct. 13. i88q. at Alliance, O., son of Simeon Card 
and Sarah A. Carter, b. May i, 1868; d. Aug. 11, 1907; bur. Alliance Ceme- 
tery, 

He operated a dairy near Alliance, O., which is her address; P. O. Box 
562. 

Issue : — 

TX— 6325. Olin Bert Card. b. Apr. 13, 1891. 
IX— G326. Charles Dane Card, b. Dec. 7, 1897. 



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VIII— 3S39- (d) CORA L. MICIIEXER, b. Apr. 8, 1869; d. Feb. f^, 
1896; ni. GEORGE E. MARriX Aug-. 26, 1888. son of George W. Mar- 
tin and Elizabeth; address, Alliance, O., R. D. 4. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6327. Oscar Glenn Martin, b. Julv 4, 1SS9; d. Sept. 5. 1889. 
IX— 6328. Ida Mable Martin, b. April 21, 1893. 
IX— 6329. Chauncey Dane Martin, b. Jan. 20, 1896. 

VIII— 3540. (e) IDA ANN MICHEXER, b. Feb. 14, 1871; m. 
ADAM E. COFFMAN July 26, 1S94, son of Adam Coffman and Marianne 
Wolf, b. in Washington Co., VA. ; address, Alliancce, O. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6330. Murray Clyde Coffman, b. Oct. 7, 1894. 

IX— 6331. William Arthur Coltman, b. Nov. 30, 1895. 

IX— 6332. David Lester Coffman, b. Oct. 22, 1897. 

IX— 6333. Emma Marie Coffman, b. July 28, 1899. 

IX— €334. Alice Coffman, b. Aug. 14, 1900. 

IX— 6335. John Albert Coffman, b. Nov. 22, 1902. 

IX— 6336. Homer CciYman, b. Feb. — 1905; d. July 14, 1905. 

IX— 6337. Ralph Coffman, b. June 2G, 1907; d. Sept. 19, 1907. 

VIII— 3541. (f) WILLIAM D. MICHENER, b. Apr. 12, 1872, at 
Alliance, O. ; m. NETTIE B. HOWARD Oct. 17, 1896, dau. of Thomas 
Howard and Sarah Jane Henderson, b. June 6, 1875, at Dallas, Marshall Co., 
W. Va. ; address, Alliance, Stark Co., O. No issue. 



VII— 1365. HANNAH A. MICHENER (Phebe 6). b. Jan. 12. 1840; 
m. JONATHAN L. ^^lORRIS June 21, 1866, son of Jonathan Alorris and 
Sophia Baker, b. Dec. 6, 1834, in Beaver Co., Pa.; d. Dec. 3, 1903, at Alliance, 
O. Her address is Fort Wa3'ne, Ind. 

Issue, all born in IMahoning Co., O. : — 

VIII— 3542. ELMER E. MORRIS, b. Mar. 23, 1868; m. ADDIE 
SMITH June 20, 1903. at Floagland, Ind. 

He graduated at Cincinnati ^Medical College April, 1903; address, Hoag- 
land, Ind., where he is engaged m his profession. 

VIII— 3543. OLIVER MORRIS, b. Feb. 22, 1872; d. Mar. 21, 1873. 

VIII— 3544- ISAAC E. MORRIS, b. Feb. 11. 1874; m. FLORENCE 
FRANTZ ^lar. 31, 1905. 

He was a graduate of the Electric Medical Institute, Cincinnati, O., and 
of the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., May, 1903, and located 
at S. Calhoun St., Fort Wayne. Ind., where he is in active practice. 



VII— 1366. RACHEL A. MICHENER (Phebe 6 V b. i mo. 9, 1843; 
m. ROBISON S. ROOK. 



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M. second, WILLIAM E. MlLLhR. 

Xo furtlier record; probable address. Alliance, O. 



"' VII— 1367. WILLIAM H. MICHLXER (Phebe 6), b. i mo. 14, 

1845, near U'estville. Mahoning Co.. O. : m. SARAH SUMMERS 2 mo. 20, 

1868, dau. of David Summers and Anna Keagy, b. 4 mo. 9, 1843, at Alliance. 

lie is a carpenter and removed 4 mo. i, 1900. from Salem, O., to Engle- 

wood, Chicago. 111. : thence to Los Angeles. Cal.; address, 1217 E. 23rd St. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3545. AXXA D. MICHEXER. b. 2 mo. 14. 1869; m. J. C. 
REIFE Aug^ 13. 1S96. 

They removed from Toledo O.. to Los Angeles, Cal. 

VIII— 3546. ESTELLA M. .MTCHEXER, b. 2 mo. 13, 1872. 

VIII— 3547. EDWARD PARKER :\IICHEXER, b. 3 mo. 30, 1S75; 

m. ■ June — . 1908. 

They removed to Chicago, 111. 

VIII— 3548. ELSIE MAY ^IICHEXER. b. 2 mo. 10,1880. 

VII— 1368. PARKER P. MICHEXER (Phebe 6), b. i mo. 21, 1850. 
at Columbiana Co.. O. ; m. LOREXA J VAX HORX 7 mo. 2. 1873, at Lis- 
I)on. O., dau. of Edward H. Van Horn and Mary Ann Fitzpatrick, of Alliance, 
O., b. 7 mo. 2, 1856; address. 934 S. Linden Ave., Alliance, O. 

Children : — , . > 

VIII— 3549. VIOLETTA MICHEXER. b. i mo. 27. 1875: m. CHAR< 
LIE L. GROVE 12 mo. 25, 1895, at Alliance, O., which is probably their 
Address, 

Child:— •' ■ 

IX— 6338. Lorena Grove, b. 1-21-1900. 

VIII— 3550. CARRIE L. ^IICHEXER, b. 5 mo. 4. 1878. 

Issue of Amy Hoopcs {Xo. 4SJ) and John Dazndson. 

VII— 1369. WILLIAM HEXRY DAVIDSOX (Amy. Hannah. Re- 
becca, Elizabeth. John. John), b. 3 mo. 8, 1835; d. 9 mo. 19, 1S72; m. LYDL\ 
AXX HOOPES 12 mo. 12, 1866, Xo. 1467, dau. of John J. Hoopes and 
Elizabeth Lodge, b. i mo, 9, 1842; d. 9 mo. 27, 1895. 

They removed to Iowa in [867 and located on a farm four miles from 
Muscatine, where he died. He was by trade a carpenter. For her second m. 
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Children : — 

VIII_335i. ELLA ELIZABETH DAVIDSOX, b. 10 mo. 17, 1867; 
d. 10 mo. 30,' 1891; m. CHRISTLVX K. WIXXEMORE 11 mo. 6. 1890, 
son of Thomas ^L W'innemore and Charlotte Willis, of Muscatine. 

He is a farmer, and member of ^L E. church. 

Child:— 

IX— 6339. A daughter, b. 10-30-1S91; d. young. 

Vni— 3552. SIDXEY SHARPLESS GIBBOXS DAVIDSOX, b. 
7 mo. 8, 1871 ; m. FRAXK BURXSIDE 12 mo. 1 1, 1890, son of Jacob Burn- 
side and Sybil Rich, of ^Muscatine, b. 11 nio. 16, 1S67. 

They reside at the homestead of her parents and are members of ^L E. 
church; address, Muscatine, la. 

Children : — 

IX— 6340. William J. Burnside, b. 9-2G-1891; d. 11-27-1892. • 

IX— C341. Ella Davidson Burnside. b. 11-20-1892; d. 12-4-1892. 



Issue of A}ny Hoopcs {No. 4?/) and Abncr Eldridge. 

VII— 1370. JOSEPH ELDRIDGE, b. 7 mo. 28, 1845. at Lampeter,' 
Pa.; d. 8 mo. 4, 1865, at Iowa; unm. 

VII— 1371. BEXJAMIX ELDRIDGE, b. 4 mo. 27, 1848, at E. Brad- 
ford, Pa.; d. 3 mo. 2, 1874, in Icwa; imrn. 

Issue of Lindley Hoopes {Xo. 438) and Mary Addleman. 

VII— 1372. WILLIA.M HEXRY HOOPES (Lindley, Hannah, Re- 
becca, Elizabeth, John, John), b. 11 mo. 19, 1840; m. JOSEPHIXE 
THOIvIPSOX 8 mo. 12. 1869, dau. of Philip Thompson and Rebecca Ann 
Henderson, b. 6 mo. 17, 1846. 

He is a wholesale market gardener, residing on Muscatine Island, 1^4 
miles below the city of that name. Pie was one of the organizers and first 
president of the Island Canning Co. : was one of the incorporators and a di- 
rector of the Muscatine, la.. Street Railway. He is a prominent member of 
the Musscrville M. E. Church and Sabbath School; address, Muscatine, la. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3553. FRAXK EVERETT HOOPES, b. 4 mo. 29, 1870; 
unm. ; address, Muscatine, la. ,, . > 

VIII— 3554. FRED PHILIP HOOPES, b. 11 mo. 11, 1872; m. XEL- 
LIE MAY KEXDIG 11 mo. 11, 1896, dau. of John Kendig and Magdalene 
Sittler, of ]Muscatine, b. 5 mo. 21. 1874; address, Muscatine, la. 

Children : — 

IX— 6342. lone Hoopes, b. 8-29-1897. - . : 

IX— 6343. Bernlce Hoopes, b. 1-19-1900. , . .. ;. , ^,,,.- 



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VII— 1:573. SARAH AM.XXUA HOOPES (Lindlev 6), b. i mo. 17, 
1843, at WaVriors' Mark. Pa.: 111. \VILLIA:v[ D. BARCLAY. M. D., 10 
mo. 7, 1869. .'^oii of Charles R. Barclay and Elizaljcth liowcn. b. 4 mo. 24, 
1827, at Punxsutawncy. Pa.; d. 4 mo. 14. 1S87. at Columbia, Texas. 

He was an allopathic physician and served as a surgeon during- the Civil 
War. She resides at Muscatine, la., and is a member of Trinity P. E. church. 
(She has a pewter plate that belong-ed to her great-g-randmother. Mary Grif- 
fith Iloopes, b. 10 mo. 21. 1751; d. 2 mo. ly. 1815, dau. of Nathan Griffith, 
son of Benoni Griffith, emigrant from Wales.) 

Children : — 

VIII— 3555. ROBERT LINDLEY BARCLAY, b. 10 mo. 23, 1871 ; 
d. 7 mo. 21, 1873. 

VIII— 3556. FLORENCE BARCLAY, b. 10 mo. 21, 1874, at Musca- 
tine, la., her present address. 

She is a graduate of Nortliern Indiana Normal School, and a teacher; 
member of M. E. church; m. H.\RRY EOYLER 10 mo. — , 1907. 

VIII— 35:; 7. LAURA ANNA BARCLAY, b. 2 mo. 29. 1876. at High 
Prairie. la.; m. RALPPI TAYLOR i mo. i. 190-. 

They reside at Muscatine, la. ; she is a member of Trinity P. E. church. 

VII— 1374. REBECCA ORR HOOPES (Lindley 6). b. 10 mo. 24, 
1846. at McVeytown, Pa.: d. 2 mo. 2-,, 1870, at Muscatine. la.; m. MARTIN 
BARTLET 9 mo. 11. 1867. son of Thomas G. Bartlet and Hannah D. Metz. 
b. 12 mo. II, 1831, in Va. ; d. 5 mo. 8, 1897, at ^Muscatine, la.; both buried at 
High Prairie. 

He was a grocer and pork packer in ^Muscatine. 

Child :— 
Vni-3558. Estella Rebecca Bartlet, b. 2-10-1870; d. 8-2S-1870. 

^'11— 1375- JOHN ANDREW HOOPES (Lindlev 6), b. 4 mo. 12, 
1X40. at McX'eytown, Pa.; m. MARTH.v BUTLER 9 mo. ;. 1894. dau. of 
\\ ilhani L. Butler and Martha Bumgarrlrer. of ^vluscatine, b. 12 mo. 21, 1858; 
d. 8 mo. 3, 1895 ; buried at High Prairie. : . ■ ,. , . 

M. second, CORNELIA HITCHCOCK 12 mo. 29, 1897. dau. ot Josiali 
ChajMnan Hitchcock and Phebc Cassandra Chapman, of Lake Twp., b. 2 mo. 
-5. 1865. 

He settled on his farm of 160 acres six miles west of Muscatine. la., 
wlicTe he is interested in rearing improved stock; member of High Prairie 
M. L. church; address. Muscatine, la. 

Children, by first:— 

^'^^I— 3559- CLARENCE BUTLER HOOPES, b. 7 mo. 31, 1895. 



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Children, by second : — 

VIII— 3560. LESLIE HOOPES. b. 4 mo. 14. 1899. 



VII— 1376. JOSEPH ERSKIXE HOOPES (Lindlev 6). b. 4 mo. 
4, 1853. in Cambria Co., Pa.; m. AIARV WALTON 2 mo. 6, 1884, at Mus- 
catine, la., dau. of Josiah Proctor \\'?Iion and Mary Elizabeth Barrows, of 
that city, b. 11 mo. 2, 1S61. 

They settled on their farm on Muscatin.e Island, where he is a grower and 
shipper of vegetables; member of 'SI. E church. In 1889 their house was 
burned, after which they built a more modern residence. 

Children : — 
VIII— 3561. Amy W^alton Hoopes. b. 7-4-1887. 
VIII— 3562. Alice Addlpnutn Hoopes. b. 12-7-1893; d. 12-18-1893. 
VIII— 3563. Lindlev Barrows Hoopes, b. 1-23-1896. 
VIII— 3564. Austin Griffith Hoopes, b. 9-6-1S9S. 



VII— 1378. MARY CHAMBERS PIOOPES ( Lindley 6), b. :; mo. 
4, 1858; m. ADDISON J. WOOD 2 mo. 23. 1S81, son of Charles P. Wood 
and Sarah H. Carr, of Sweetland. ^Muscatine Co., la., b. 2 mo. 21, 1855. 

He is a farmer and dairyman in Sweetland, where they own a farm; 
members of 'M. E. church; address Muscatine, la. 

Children : — - 

VIII— 3565. LILLIAN GERTRUDE WOOD, b. i mo. 8, 1883; d. 
same date. 

VIII— 3566. RALPH WALDO WOOD, b. 9 mo. 19, 1887; d. 11 mo. 
2, 1891. 

VIII— 3567. LLOYD ALDEN WOOD, b. 5 mo. 24. 1892. 



VII— 1379. EMERSON GIBBONS HOOPES (Lindlev 6). b. 7 mo. 
I, 1863, at Muscatine: m. ATTA SHERW^OOD 11 mo. 24, '1892, dau. of 
Albert Sherwood and H. Theresa Ouackenbush, of ^luscatine. b. 10 mo. 13, 
1868, at Bennington, Vt. 

He is a vegetable grower ; resides on Muscatine Island ; member of M. E. 
church; address, ]\Iuscatine, la. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3568. VINCENT S. HOOPES, b. 10 mo. 17,1895. 

VIII— 3569. LEILA T. HOOPES, b. i mo. 14, 1898; d. 8 mo. 23, 
1898. 



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Issiiv of Eliza H 00 pes {Xo. ./.?9) ami William Glass. 

VII— 1380. ERMIXA LILY GLASS (Eliza, Hannah, Rebecca, Eliz- 
abeth, John. John), b. Oct. 12, 1843. 

She resided at South Fork, Cambria Co., Pa., and later removed to Tu- 
lare, Cal. 

VII— 13S1. CATHARINE AUGUSTA GLASS (Eliza 6), b. 3 mo. 
5. 1845; m. WILLIAM RA^ISEY 2 mo. 24. 1870. son of David Ramsey 
and Elizabeth Hennen, b. April 8, 1S30: vl. Sept. 3, 189S. 

M. second, LEVI GEARHART April 10, 1900, son of David S. Gear- 
hart and Anna Eliza Fullerton, b. Oct. 31, 1843. 

They keep a store at Manor Hill, Huntingdon Co., Pa. 

(Both husbands had been previously married, and each had three chil- 
dren by their first wives.) 

Her children : — 

VIII— 3570. MARY JANE RAMSEY, b. May 26, 1871. 
She resides with her mother. 

VIII— 3571. WILLIAM WALTER RAMSEY b. April 15. 1873; m. 
EFFIE Mc^IANUS May—, 1006, sister to Guy ^Ic^Ianus (See next No.), 
b, Sept. 30, 1 87 1. 

He is employed in the Pennsylvania R. R. shops at Altoona, Pa., but they 
reside at Manor Hill, Pa. No issue. 

VIII— 3572. MILLIE :MAUD RA^ISEY, b. Dec. 21. 1876: m. GUY 
McMANUS March 3, 1903, son of William ]\IcManus and Rebecca ^Nlyton, 
i... Oct. — , 1878. 

He is a farmer: address. Manor Hill, Pa. 

Nsue: — 
IX- C-344. William Carl McManus, b. Jan. 8, 1899. 

VHI— 3S73. FRANK SHERMAN RAMSEY, b. Feb. 2, 1S82: m. 
ANNIE H.\ULMAN April i^;, 1905. 

lie is employed in P. R. P.. shops at Altoona, Pa., but resides at ;Manor 
Hill, Pa. 

Issue: — 

I \— 0345. William David Ramsey, b. Oct. 11, 1905. 

IX— 0346. Elizabeth Cathariue Ramsey, b. June — , 1908. ■' ' -- - '" ; ^ ' *- 

VIII— 3574. AMY CLARE RA^ISEY, b. Aug. 15. 1884: m. OLI- 
VIER H.\NNON June — , 1902: address, Saulsburg, Huntingdon Co., Pa. 

Issue: — 

IX— 6347. Mary Catharine Hannon, b. Feb. 1. 1905. 
IX— C.'',4.S. Robert Hannon, b. June 14. 1207. 
IX— €349. Winifred Hannon, b. Oct. 6, 1909. 



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VIII— 3575. FAXXIE ELIZA RAMSEY, b. Mar. 9, 1888; address, 
Manor Hill, Pa. 



VII— n82. CLARISSA AXX GLASS (Eliza 6). b. Xov. 14, 1847; 
d. May 25, '1903; m. JOHX LI. MOVER Jan. 9, 1872, son of Michael 
and Sarah Moyer. 

He is a machinist; resided at Lewistown, Pa., until Sept.. 1879; then re- 
moved to Sunbury. Pa., \vhere he is engaged in the P. R. R. repair shops. 
She and her daughter and grandson are i,uried in the cemetery at Sunbury. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3576. LIXDLEY THOMAS MOYER. b. Oct. 22, 1873. 
He is employed in P. R. R. shops and lives with his father at 342 Vine 
St., Sunbury, Pa. 

VIII— 3S77. MAGGIE MAY MOYER, b. Mav 17, 1875; m. 
CLIARLES W. KIEHL Sept. 29, 1904, b. Mar. 21, 1870. 
They reside at same address as last Xo. Xo issue. 

VIII— 3578. JOSEPH HEXRY :v[OYER. b. Sept. 13, 1877; m. AG- 
NES FASOLD Oct. 13, 190C); reside 306 X. 5th St., Sunbury, Pa. 

VIII— 3579. TESSE H. MOYER. b. Mav 12, iSSo; m. SARAH 
ROUSH FREEBURG Oct. 6, 1904; reside at 436 X. 5th St., Sunbury. Pa. 
Issue : — 

IX— 6350. Joseph Thomas Moyer, b. July 5, 1906; d. April 4, 1010. 

He is described as being an exceptionally bright child. His death resulted 
from burns received by his clothing catching fire accident? lly. 

VIII— 3580. BESSIE VIOLA MOYER, b. Julv 26. 1S88; d. Feb. 17, 
1895- ... 



VII— 1383. EL^HRA JAXE GLASS (EHza 6). b. i mo. 6. 1850, at 
Belleville; m. CHARLES A. :McKIXXEY^ 3 mo. 4, 1884. son of William T. 
TvIcKinney and Lavinia Lutz. of Lewistown, Pa., b. 11 mo. 6, 1852. 

They removed to Cape Charles, Va. 

Children : — 

VIII— 3581. MARY MAUDE McKIXXE\^ b. i mo. 22, 1875; m. 
C. E. MILLIGAX June 17, 1896. of Cape Charles, Va. 

They reside at Tiverton. Rhode Island, where he is Supt. of The Fisher- 
ies Company, of this place. 

Children : — 
IX— 6351. Berth McKinney Milligan. b. April li, 1807. 
IX— 6352. Charles Edward Milligan, b. Sept. 23, 1902. 
IX— 6353. William Francis Milligan, b. Aug. 6, 1905. 



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VIII— :5^82. RIiODA REID McKIXXFA'. b. Aug. 15. 1876; ni. 
CHAKLKS S. JOIIXSOX Aug. 12. 1901. 

He is a submarine contractor and engineer at Lewes, Del.; no children. 

VIII— 3583. BERTHA EDXA McKIXXEY, b. Oct. 21. 1880; d. 
March 25. 1887. 

VIII— 3584. ORTEXSIA GRACE ^fcKIXXEY. b. Nov. 4. 1S83: 
m. WILLIAM D. JOHXSOX June 4. 1902. 

He is in the Indian Conimis?ion at ]^Iuskogec. Oklahoma. 

Issue : — 

IX— €354. Charles William Johnson, b. Aug. 13, 1907. 



VII— 1384. JOSEPH HOOPES GLASS (Eliza 6), b. 12 mo. 28. 
1858. at Ennisville, Pa.: m. EMMA C. EHREXFELD 9 mo. 18. 1890, at 
Grcensburg. Pa., dau. of Frederick Ehrenfeld and Rosanna Schwander, of 
Wilmore. Pa., b. 6 mo. 16, 1862. 

He taught school five years, partly at the University of jMarvland, Balti- 
more: th.en studied medicine graduating from the Jefferson ]\Iedical College, 
Ph.iladelphia. Pa.. April 5. 18S7; practiced one year at Ennisville. then re- 
tnovcd to South Fork, Cambria Co.. Pa., and later to Tulare, Tulare Co., Cal. 
He has been councilman, health phvsician. school director and P. R. R. sur- 
geon. He is also interested in a blue stone quarry for Belgian blocks: mem- 
\fcr of M. E. church. 

Children : — 

vm— ,?5.S5. William Frederick Glass, b. Mar. 6, 1S92. 

vni— 3rjS6. Joseph Allen Glass, b. July 21. 1S93; d. Nov. 1. 1S93. 

Vi II— 3587. Charles Ralston Glass, b. Oct. 24, 1S94: d. Mar. 6, 1S95 

VIII— 3r>gs. Helen Eliza Glass, b. Nov. 29. 1S95. 

Vlll— r.-is9. Hazel Ehrenfeld Glass, b. July 24, 1S97. 

vn!--:>r,O0. Kathleen Rosanna Glass, b. Sept. 30, 189S. 

Mil— .".-.9!. Gprnld McFlyor Glass, b. April 13. 1900. 

VIII— 3592. Byron Fitzgerald Glass, b. May 12, 1903; d. Nov. 21, 1903. 

fssuc of Rccs H. Hoopes {Xo. 440) and Susan J. Bunigardncr. 
VII— 13S5. CLARA J. HOOPES, b. 9 mo. 23. 1852: d. 9 mo. 4, 1857. 

VII— 1386. GEORGE B. HOOPES (Rees. Hannah, Rebecca. Eliza- 
beth. John. John), b. 3 mo. 16. 1854, at Muscatine. la.: m. ^L\TILDA ES- 
1 HER GOODWTX 12 mo. 4. 1895, dau. of William Harrison Goodwin and 
Catharme Dyer, of Belvidere. Neb., b. 2 mo. 12. 1875. at Geneva. Xeb. 

He is a farmer: owns 160 acres at Goodland. Kan., where they reside. 

Children : — 
VIII— 3593. Byron Jennings Hoopes, b. Mar. 27. 1S97. 
Mil— 3594. Bessie Lillle Hoopes, b. July 18, 1899. , 



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VII— 1387. ELDRIDGE A. HOOPES (Rees. Hannah. Rebecca. 
Elizabeth. John, John), b. i mo. 12. 1856: m. ESTELLA SCHNEIDER 
Jan. 17, 1883: probable address, Muscatire, la. 

Issue : — 
VIII— 3595. Evelyn Amy Hoopes, b. Nov. 12, 1S84. 
VIII— 3596. Arthur Eldiidge Hoopes, b. June 11, 18S9. 



VII— 138S. HENRY O. HOOPES (Rees 6), b. 12 mo. 22, 1857; d. 
12 mo. 19, 1862. 



VII— 138Q. HANNAH I. HOOPES (Rees 6). b. 12 mo. 22, i8;7 
(twin); m. JERE.MIAH J. SPRINGER Jan. 12, 1882, son of George A. 
Springer and Elizabeth Carl, b. May i. 1852. 

He is a butcher, with address Muscatine, la. . . 

Children : — 

VIII— 3507. Susan Elizabeth Springer, b. June 6, 1SS3; d. Nov. 14. 1886. 
VIII— 35D8. Harry Hoopes Springer, b. March 12, 1S8S. 



VII— 1390. GORDON J. HOOPES (Rees 6), b. 12 mo. 13, 1859; 
unm. 

He went to the gold fields of Alaska. 



VII— 1391. WAEKER R. HOOPES (Rees 6), b. April 22, 1862; d. 
Feb. I, 1907; unm. 

He accompanied his brother to Alaska. ' .' ' 



Issue of Ezra M. Hoopes {Xo. 442) and Bandina Lyons. 

VII— 1392. HENRY ORR HOOPES (Ezra 6). b. G mo. 21. 1853; d. 
9 mo. 24, 1 87 1. 

He lost his life by being burned with coal oil or something similar. A 
neighbor of his parents was experimenting with oil. endeavoring to invent a 
non-explosive burning fluid. Pie poured some of his compound into a crock 
and took a light to see if it was full ; wlien the fire came near, the gas from 
the substance took fire and ig-nited the v.hole mass. The man undertook t'^ 
throw^ it out, but failed. Henry O. came in the back way, and the door being 
opened front, rushed into and through the fire, kicking it out of the house. In 
doing this some of the oil got on him, burning his legs and arms badly, but 
the fatality ensued from inhaling the flame. He survived for forty-two hours 
in great suffering. 



VII_i394. IRA THO:vIPSON HOOPES (Ezra. Hann.ah. Rebecca. 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. I mo. 9, 1857, at Milroy: m. ANNIE L. D.VN- 






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I ELS 2 mo. 22, 1888, dan. of Jacob Daniels and Jnlia Unanest. of Storms- 
loxvn, Centre Co., Pa., b. 6 mo. 20, 18G2; d. 10 mo. 2^, 1890. 

M. second. MARY ELIZABETH DILLIXG 10 mo. iS, 1S94. at Al- 
toona, Pa., dau. of Conrad B. 13illing and Elizabeth Allbright. of Blair Co.. b. 
9 mo. — , 1865. 

He settled at Altoona. Pa., and is a car builder and property owner: later 
at Lakemont. They are members of the First United Brethren church. 

Child :— 
VIII— 3509. Harold Michener Hoopcs, b. 5-8-18S9; d. 9-5-1800, at Stormstown, Pa. 



VII— 1395. JEXXIE JONES HOOPES (Ezra 6), b. 4 mo. 12, 1859; 
m. EDWIN JEFFERIS 12 mo. 28, 1S87, (No. 1460), son of Joshua Jefferis 
and Rachel Hoopes, q. v. 



VII— 1397. MARY G. HOOPES, b. i mo. 10, 1861 (twin); unm. ; 
resides at Miftlintown, Pa. 



VII— 1398. WILLIAM L. HOOPES (Ezra 6), b. i ino. 13, 1863: 
unm. 

He is au attornev-at-law ; resides at ^lifflintown, Pa. 

VII_i399. ANNIE L. HOOPES (Ezra 6), b. 12 mo. 30. 1864; m. 
GEORGE A. SPANGLER 9 mo. 15, 1897, son of Samuel R. Spangler and 
Mary Ann Worrall of ^Milroy. Pa., b. i mo. 2. 1865. 

He ^vas educated at the Eloomsburg- Normal School and at Oberlin. O. 
He is an electrician and is engaged in the construction of electric light plants 
and railways and owns a farm at Milroy. Pa. ; members of the Free Christian 
church. 

ChiUlren : — 

VIII— sew. John Hoopes Spangler, b. Nov. 1, 1898. 

N'SI!— 3G01. Mary Spangler, b. June, 1901. ,. i • 

VIII— 3002. George Albert Spangler, b. Dec. 31, 1908. 

VII— 14CK). RALPH W. HOOPES (Ezra 6), b. i mo. 31. 1867. at 
MHroy. Pa.: m. BERTHA WARFEL 11 mo. 6, 1897. dau. of John Shade 
Wartel and Ruth Elizabeth Ball, of Huntingdon, b. 6 mo. 23, 1870. 

He is engaged in tailoring at Huntingdon, Pa. 

Child :— 

VIII— 3603. William Lyons Hoopes, b. May 4, 1899. 

VII— 140!. ROLAND E. HOOPES (Ezra 6). b. 9 mo. 9, 1S74: unm. 
He is employed on the P. R. R. near Pittsburg, Pa. ; address, Donora, Pa. 



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Issue of Mary G. Hoopcs {Xo. 444) ar.d Joiui E. Baldi^in, born in East Brad- 
ford, Ciiester Co.. Pa. ■ 

VII— 1402. \VILLIA:\I J. BALDWIN (Mary. Hannah. Rebecca! 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. 10 mo. 11. iS^i: d. 10 mo. i. 1S97: m. AMY 
HOLLOW AY 1 3 mo. 17, 1885. dau. of Chalkley T. Holloway and Priscilia 
Brandenburg, b. i mo. 5. 1849. ^t FUishing-. O. 

He was for some time at Muscatine. la.: then returned to Cain, Chester 
Co., Pa., where he had charge oi a large Baily property and farm, and there 
died; no children. She resides in West Chester, Pa. .■ 

VII— 1403. RICHARD T. BALDWIN (Mary G. 6). b. 3 mo. i. 
1853; m. SARAH W. TE^IPLE 8 mo. 8. 1873, in Philadelphia, dau. of 
Thomas B. Temple and Elizabeth S. ^Vorrall, of ^vlarshallton, Chester Co., Pa., 
b. 12 mo. 28. 1852, at Lionville. 

He learned the carpenter t:ade; after working at this trade a short time, 
he entered the mercantile business at Belvidere_, now Whitford, Chester Co., 
where he remained three years. He then, in 1878. removed to Chadd's Ford, 
Delaware County, where lie has continued in the same line ; latterly in company 
with his son. He was postmaster four years during Harrison's administration. 
Pie was elected a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1894 and re- 
elected in 1896, serving during ihe sessions of 1895-1897 and 1899. In the 
fall of 1901 he was elected Recorder of Deeds for Delaware county and re- 
elected in 1904, sening two terms until Jan. i. 1908. He is also engaged in 
writing fire insurance, with an office at ]\ledia, Pa. His residence and address 
are Chadd's Ford, Pa. On Nov. 4, 191 o, he was again elected to the Pennsyl- 
vania Assembly. 

Children: — 

VIII— 3604. MARY^ GRIFFITH BALDWIN, b. 11 mo. 16, 1873; m. 
WILLIA}.! P. TEMPLE 11 mo. 6, 1905. in Concord Friends' ^Meeting, son 
of Charles Temple and Philcna Marsliall. b. 6 mo. i ;. 1873, near Concordville, 
Pa. 

Pie is a farmer and market man. Thr^y reside on the farm of his parents; 
address. Ward, Pa. 

VIII— 3605. THO^IAS E. TE^IPLE BALDWIN, b. ; mo. 12. 1875; 
m. MARY CUMMINGS WATKIN 6 mo. 12. 1900. dau. of Caleb R. Wat- 
kin and Mary Twadell, b. 11 mo. 4. 1876. 

He is a merchant in company with his father at Chadd's Ford, Pa., and 
is also postmaster at that place, nov.- a ruryl delivery station. No children. 

VIII— 3606. CHARLES S. BALDWTN, b. 11 mo. 2-.. 1876; d. 9 mo. 
4, 1877. 

VIII— 3607. JAMES HANOVER BALDWIN, b. 8 mo. 8, 1879; d. 9 
mo. 4, 1880. 



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\iil— 3608. }-:LiZABETH TEMPLE BALDWIN, b. 11 mo. 20, 
I v'^*"^) ; (1. 6 mo. 26. 1S81. 

VIlI_3r>o(> HELEN BRLNTON BALDWIN, b. 5 mo. 14. 1882; m. 
WILLLAM' illCKS WALKER i mo. 16. 1905. in Wiimington. Del., son 
(.1 William IL Walker and .Anna P. Shortlidge. b. 9 mo. 16, 1868. 

Thc>- have resided at Chadd's Ford, and later at Kennett Square, Pa. He 
is a merchant. 

Child:— 
IX— ^355. William H. Walker, Jr., b. 1-13-1906. 

VIII_36io. J. ERSKINE BALDWIN, b. 9 mo. 3, 1S83; d. 10 mo. 
4. 1910; unm. : buried at Bradford Cemetery. 

J. Erskiiif Baldwin, aged 27 years, son of Hon. Richard J. Baldwin, of Chadd's 
Koid. was inst.-'iitly killed early last evening, at the plant of the Burmont Chemical 
romiKiny, in Upp^r Darby Township, when a large number of blasting torpedoes, 
whJch h2d jut b^'vn manufactured, exploded. The young man's body hurled through 
tb<' air \>y the force of the explosion for a distance of 70 feet, was badly mangled. 
lK*5Mity Coroner Drewos, of Darby, was notified and took charge of the remains, con- 
veying them to the morgue pending an investigation by Coroner Carr. 

The cause of the explosion is a mystery. Fortunately at the time, none of the 
other employes of the company were in or near the buildings, else the casualties 
vould have been greater. It was young Baldwin's duty, after the workmen had 
i..a.!c- up the toip-does. to mark the employes' time on the various boxes containing the 
LUh t-xplosives. :;nd it was while engaged in this duty that he met his death. 

The unfortunate young man was well known in Delaware Co'^nty, particularly in 
M'din where, during his father's term of office as Recorder of Deeds, he was em- 
;il;jy«-d as clerk in the office — Chester Republican, Oct. 3, 1910. 

Vni— 3611. FLORENCE EDITH BALDWIN, b. 12 mo. i, 1S85; 
m. JOHN LEVIS PASSMORE 9 mo. 14, 1907, in Concord Friends' Meet- 
w.^. son of John A. Passmore and Mary E. Twadell, b. 2 mo. 2^. 1885. 

He is a clerk in the employ of the B. & O. R. R. They reside at :Media, 

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IX—fAZ^i. Florence J. Passmore, b. 7-11-1909; d. same day, 

VHI— 3612. RICHARD LINDLEY BALDWIN, b. r mo. i, 18S7. 
He was clerking for a time at Kennett Square, and later in Media. Pa. 

VHI— 3613. HENRY CLAY BALDWIN, b. 8 mo. 27, 188S; d. 11 
r>«. :^>. 1888. 

VII— 1404. HANNAH H. BALDWIN (Mary G. 6). b. 4 mo. 10, 
|S55: m. CEORGE A. HOFFMAN 2 mo. 12. 1879. son of Vernon L. Hoft- 
r.-^i^ and ^ara Fisher, of W. Whiteland. b. 5 mo. 18. 1858. 

Tf-.ev reside on the homestead farm since 1883. in West Whiteland. Ches- 
ter Lo.. Pa.; address, West Chester, Pa.. R. D. 

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VIII— 3614. SARAH EDXA HOl-F.MAX. b. 6 mo. 20. 1880; m. 
GEORGE J. \VILSOX 5 mo 17. 1900. at West Chester Friends' Meeting, 
son of Benjamin Wilson and Mary A. French, b. 12 mo. 11, 1878. 

He is in the insurance business in I'hiladelphia, with residence at PaoH 
Pa. , , ' 

Issue: — 

IX— 6357. George Howard Wilson, b. 5-27-1902. 

VIII— 3615. MARY AXX FIOFFMAX, b. 6 mo. 20, 1882; imm. ; at 
home. 

VIII— 3616. IVA BELL HOFF.MAX, b. 11 mo. 8, 1883. 
She was a teacher ; m. ROWLAXD E. SHARPLESS 11 mo. 17, 1909; 
b. 6 mo. 14, 1885. 

He is a farmer; address, Londongrove, Pa. 

VIII— 3617. VERXOX LEWIS HOFF.MAX, b. 9 mo. 19, 1885; 
unm. 

He was clerk in the lumber office of his uncle, Geo. H. Fisher, in West 
Chester. Then succeeded to the business in compnv with his cousin, George 
D. Baldwin. 



VII— 1405. JOHX E. B.\LDWIX (Mary G. 6), b. 6 mo. 6. 1S56; m. 
MARY A. VALEXTIXE 3 p!o. 23. 1882, at her home. dau. of Benjamin 
F. Valentine and Rebecca A. Chandler, of East ]\Iarlborough, b. 9 mo. 22, 
1862. 

He had the homestead farm of his father in East Bradford Twp. ; address. 
West Chester, Pa.. R. D. On the night of 9 mo. 12, 1897, the large double 
decker barn with all its contents was destroyed by fire of a mysterious origin. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3618. Anna R. Baldwin, b. 10-S-1SS3; m. Thomas W. Pierce. Jr., 6-23-1909, of 
West Chester, Pa. 



VII— 1406. PHEBE I. BALDWIX (Mary G. 6), b. 5 mo. 20. 1858: 
m. BAYARD A. COXARD 5 mo. 4. 1881, son of Edmund Conard and 
Lydia Andress. 

He was a storekeeper for several y^ars at Upland, Delaware Co., and later 
at Font P. O., L'pper Uwchlan Chester Co., Pa. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3619. CARRIE L. COXARD, b. 3 mo. 2'^, 1882; m. WIL- 
LI A^I KRAUSER 6 mo. 20. 1008. 
She was a teacher until ma Tied. 

VIII— 3620. LAURA B. COXARD, b. 9 mo. 3. 1884: d. 4 mo. 23. 
1890. 



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VIII— 3621. T. WALTERS COXARD, b. 11 mo. 14, 1885; d. 4 mo. 
28, 1890. 

VIII— 3622. ARTHUR BAYARD COXARD. b. i mo i. 18S8. 
He obtained entrance to Vest Poini U. S. Military School, creditably 
passing- tlic necessary examination. 

VIII— 3623. EDITH G. COXARD, b. 4 mo. 5, 1898. 

VII— 1407. HEXRY C. BALDWIX (Marv G. 6), b. 8 mo. 14. 1859; 
m. AXXA :vIARY BYERS J.-n. 4. 188.^. dau. of Stephen E. Byer? and A.in 
Ector, b. Oct. 21, 1859. 

He \vas a merchant at Chadd's Ford, Pa., mitil 1897; then went to farm- 
ing' on the farm of his brother, Joseph H Baldwin, in East Goshen; address, 
West Chester, Pa., R. F. D. 2. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3624. GEORGE D. BALDWIX, b. July 24, 1885. 

He was a stock clerk in Uri:ed Telephone Office, West Chester, Pa.; then 
went into the lumber, etc., trade with his cousin, V. S. Hoffman, No. 3617, 
in West Chester, Pa. 

VIII— 3625. HOWARD R. BALDWIN, b. June 18, 1S87; d. July 
28,1893. 

VIII— 3626. MABEL H. BALDWIX, b. April 23, 1889. 
She is a school teacher. 

VIII— 3627. JOSEPH H. BALDWIX, b. Jan. 22, 1891 ; at home. 

VIII— 3628. HEXRY C. BALDWIX, JR., b. June 13. 1894. 

VII— I4C^. JOSEPH H. BALDWIX (Mary G. 6), b. 11 mo. 13. 
i860. 

He is an attoiTiey-at-law ; was admitted to the bar of Chester Co.. Pa., 8 
mo. 12, 1889. He was elected District Attorney in 1893 for tliree years and 
re-elected in 1896. He owns a farm in East Goshen, upon which his brother 
Henry resides. His address is Vvest Chester, Pa. He enlisted in April, 189S, 
in Co. I, 6th Reg. Pa. Vols, for the Spanish- American War; received an hon- 
orable discharge Oct. 16, 1898. . • .< . . .-..,'> 

VII— 141 1. ELIZABETH T. BALDWIX (Marv G. 6). b. 12 mo. 
8. 1867; m. GEORGE H. FISHER 5 mo. i. 1889, son of John Philip Fish- 
er and Eliza R. Floffman, of Tapper Uwchlan. b. 10 mo. 23, 1858. 

She was educated at Huntingdon. Fa , X'ormal College and he at Edge- 
field Institute, Chester Co., Pa. They settled in East Downingtown, where he 
engaged in contracting and building. They removed to West Chester, Pa., in 
1906, and returned to Downingtown in 1908. 



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L>suc: — 
VIII— 3629. Mary Rnlchvin Fisher, b. 2-S-1S9.'?. 
A'lII— 3630. John Philip Fislier, b. 10-22-1:^00. 



VII— 1412. E.MMA L. BALDWIN (Mary G. 6), b. i mo. 5. 1871 ; ni. 
JACOB H. KEXDIG 3 mo. i, 1892, son of John and Magdalene Kendig, of 
Muscatine, Iowa. b. 11 mo. 21. 1S65. 

He is a lumber merchant, with address 1100 Mulberry St., Muscatine, la. 

Issue: — 
VIII— 3631. Mary Edna Kendig. b. 12-1-1 S92. 
VIII— 3632. Ellsworth Hoopes Keudig, b. 4-11-1S97. 



Line of Johx, Johx. Elizaeetij, Redecca, Benjamin. 

Issue of Jesse J. Jones {No. 4-1 j) and Susan Coi'ington, the five oldest born 

in Ohio, the rest in Illinois. 

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VII— 1413. CURTIS JA:aES lOXES (Jesse I., Benjamin. Rebecca, 
Elizalxth, John, John), b. May 4. 1838, m. ABIGAIL SAYRE Aug. 17. 
1865. b. Aug. 1 1. 1839. 

He was a farmer, in 1S73. at Lamar, Barton Co., ]Mo. ; present address, 
Jacksonville, 111. 

He served four years during the Civil War in the 14th 111. Inf. and was 
in the battles of Vicksburg, luka, Hatchie River and Shiloh, and several others. 

Issue : — 

VIII — 3633. One d. in infancy. 

VIII— 3634. PHEBE I. TOXES. b. Xov. 22, 1867; m. GEORGE 
MORTIMER Feb. 7, 1900. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6358. Floyd Mortimer. 
IX— 6359. Curtis Mortimer. 

VIII— 363;. ULYSSES GRAXT TOXES. b. Jtme 13. 1870; m. JEX- 
NIE WRIGLlt Sept. 26, 1906. 

VIII— 3636. SHER:\IAX JOXES. b. Feb. 4. 1872; unm. 

VIII— 3637. SUSAX I. TOXES, b. Mav 4. 1874: m. WALTER 
CHALLAXS -March 19. 1896. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6360. Elmer Challans. ' ' ' '' •" ' ' ~' 

IX— 6361. Clyde Challans. 
IX— 6362. Truman Challans. 
IX— 6363. Elsie Challans. 

Vill— 3638. .\LV.;V laJZABETh! TOXl-S, b. Aug. i. 1876; m. ELI 
ROGERS Xov. 21, 1905. 



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Vil_i4i4. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN lONKS (Jesse [. 6). b. July 
2S, 1839; m. MIRANDA SARGENT, fall of 1S6S. 

He is a fanner. They were for some time at I^imar; returned to Nor- 
tonville. 111. He served three years during- the Civil War in the ist. 111. Cav. 
and was in the Pea Ridge and other battles. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3639. WARREN JONES, b. May 4. iS69;m. I. E. HOPPES 
Mar. 2^, 1S91 ; address, Gillespie, III. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6364. Maranda .Tones, b. May 2, 1892. 

IX— C:'C3. Grace May Jones, b. Aug. 30, 1S93. 

IX— 6366. Jasper N. Jonts, b. Dec. 31. 1S94. 

IX— 6367. Viola Julia Joues, b. Dec. 16, 1S9G. 

IX — 626S. Jaraes "W. Jones, b. April S, 1S98. 

IX— 6369. Junie Elmer Jones, b. July 2S, 1901. 

IX— 6370. Mabel Idona Jones, b. May 25, 1904. 

IX— 6371. Sadie Kesiah Jones, b. Feb. 5, 1906. 

IX— 6372. John Ben. Jones, b. Sept. 26, 190S. 

Vill— 3640. JLLiA A. JONES, b. July 4, 1871; m. GEORGE C. 
RIBLIN July 2, 1891 ; address, Irwin, ]Mo. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6373. Frank Riblin, b. Jan. 7, 1894. 

VIII— 3641. HARRIET J. JONES, b. July 15, 1875; m- JASPER 
McNELLY Aug. 8, 1S95; address Xortonville, 111. No issue. 

VIII— 3642. GEORGE E. TONES, b. Aug. 9. 1877; m. EFFIE 
SEYMOUR Oct. 22>, 1901 : address. ^lovlesto, 111. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6374. Hiram E. Jones, b. March 23, 1903. 
IX— 6375. Ruth A. Joues, b. Aue. 26, 1904. 
IX— 6376. Darwin E. Jones, b. March 11, 1907. 
IX— 6377. A boy, b. Aug. 2, 1909. 

VIII— 3643. WILLIAM ROBERT JONES, b. July 7, 1879. at Lamar. 
Mo.; m. NETTIE BURGH Mar. 31, 1S98, at Franklin, 111.; address, Mod- 
esto, 111. 

Issue : — . - . 

IX— 6378. Benjamin Francis Jones, b. April IS, 1899. ' i- . 

IX— 6379. George Howard Jones, b. Mar. 9. 1902. ' .: i.i-. ■ • - • 

IX— 6380. Ella Susan Jones, b. Aug. 20, 1904; d. Dec. 13, 1908. 
IX— 6381. Chester Harold Jones, b. Sept. 14, 1906. 
IX— 6382. Mildred Margaret Jones, b. Nov. 20, 1907. 

VIII— 3643. ELMER B. JONES, b. Aug. 19. 1880; unm. ; at home. 

VIII— 3644. JESSE W. TONES, b. Oct. 22. 1S83: m. CLARA FILL- 
ABRUE Aug. 19, 190S; address. Nortonville, III. 

Issue : — . . • 

IX— 63??3. Benjamin Edgar Jones, b. June 13, 1909. 



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VIII— 3645. ROLFE ERNEST JOXES. b. June 6. 1886; m. PEARL 
BERRYMAX Feb. 27, 1907; address, Stnvly, Alberta, Canada. 

Issue : — 
IX — 6384. Benjamin Otis Jones, b. April 15, 1908. 

VIII— 3646. NELLIE KESIAH JONES, b. Oct. 18. 1SS8; m. 
JOSEPH SEYMOUR March 22,, 190S; address, Nortonville, 111. 

VII— 1415. MARY ANN TONES (Jesse J. 6). b. Dec. 3. 1840. in 
Muskin^im Co., O. ; m. WILLIAM BENNETT ilOBBS Oct. 21, 1857, 
b. Dec. 27, 1836, in Adams Co., III.; d. Feb. 26, 18S1. 

By profession he. was a teacher: he enlisted in 1S62 in Com. F, 129th 
Reg. 111. Inf., from Scott Co., 111., serving three years, and accompanied Gen. 
Sherman in his "March to the Sea." Her address is Franklin. Morgan Co., 
111. 

Issue : — 

VIII— -,647. ELLEN Sl'SAN PIOBBS, b. Aug. 28. 18^9. in ^lorgan 
Co., III.; m. LUPYETT GRAHA^I Dec 12, 1883: address. Ashland, 111. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6385. Ethel Graham, b. Oct. IS, 1SS5; ni. Bliss. Feb. 16, 1910. 

Their address is Greenview. 111., R. D. Child: — 
X— 7475. Herbert Adoli Bliss, b. Sept. 14, 1910. 

IX— 6386. Ralph Allen Graham, b. Nov. 7, 1S90. ' " 

IX— 63S7 Wilson Leslie Graham, b. Jan. 30, 1S93. - • 

IX— 6388. Marjorie Ellis Graham, b. Jan. 1, 1S9S. 

VIII— 3648. LINCOLN HOBBS, b. Aug. 10. i860, in Morgan Co., 
Ill; m. CLARA SDIONS June 11, 1885: address, Paris, Monroe Co., Mo. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6389. Jessie Maud Hobbs, b. April 4, 1S86. ■ . - , , 

IX— 6390. Morgan Earl Hobbs, b. Aug. 19. 1SS9. 

IX— 6391. Clarence Luther Hobbs. b. Aug. 7. 1S90. 

IX— 6392. Myrtle Elizabeth Hobbs, b. Dec. 4, 1S92. 

IX— 6393. Carl Lincoln Hobbs, b. Sept. 15. 1S94. 

IX— 6394. Mabel Louisa Hobbs, b. in 1903: , . 

IX— 6395. Millard Ann Hobbs, b. in 1906. ' ' • • 

IX— 6396. Charles Bennett Hobbs, b, Sept. 3, 1909. 

VIII— 3649. CURTIS HOBBS. b. April 27, 1862. in Scott Co.. 111.: 
m. ELIZABETH ALEXANDER Nov. 4. 1890; address. Jacksonville, 111. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6397. Edna U. Hobbs. b. Oct. 30, 1891. 1-. -w 

IX— 6398. Marv E. Hobbs, b. Aug. 12. 1S93. 

IX— 6399. George R. Hobbs, b. May 27, 1896. 

IX— 6400. Joha Millard Hobbs, b. Jan. 1, 1S98. 

IX-^401. William Teddy Hobbs, b. Oct. 17, 1903. 

IX— 6402. Margaret Elizabeth Hobbs. b. Dec. 1. 1910. 

VIII— 3650. HENRY BENNETT HOBBS. b. April 9, 1866, in Mor- 
gan Co., 111. ; address Franklin, 111. ; unm. 



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Vin_365i. DAVID R. HOBBS, b. Dec. 29, 1867; same address, 
Franklin, 111.; unni. 

VIII— 3652. WILLIAM IIOBBS. b. Sept. 3. 1S71, in Deuit Co.. 111.; 
m. MARY \C NEWMAN Mnr. 25, 1893; address, Forest City, Ark. 

Issue : — 

IX— C403. Fidolia Hobbs, b. March — , IS'JT. 

IX— fiiot. Maiiilia Hobbs, b. Aug. 

i:^— 6405. Frank Hobbs, b. in 1905. 

IX— 6J0G. David Hobbs, b. Oct. — , 1907. 

V1II_36:^3. LUCY ^lYRTLE HOBBS. b. June 29, 1872, same; m. 
GEORGE SPARES Aug. 19, 1S95; address, Woodson, 111. 

Issue: — 

IX— C107. Bessie Spires, b. March 14, 1S97, 
IX— G40S. Byron Spires, b. Sept. 4. 1904. 
IX— 6409. Albert Spires, b. in 1908, 

VIII— 3654. CHARLES HOBBS, b. Oct. 3, 1873; same; d. Dec. 5, 
1907. 

VIII— 3655. JESSIE HOBBS, b. June 20, 1875; same; address. Bon- 
ner Springs, Kan. ; unm. 

VIII— 3656. ELIZABETH HOBBS, b. Jtily 8, 1877; same; d. July 11, 
1 9-8 

VII— 1416. HANNAH ANN TONES (Jesse L 6). b. Mav 16. 1842; 
d. .Vil 16, 1908; m. WILLTA:\I DUNSTON Nov. i. 1863. 

He came to this country' from England and was a farmer. Fle d. in 1868. 



M. second, JOHN :MEREDTTH ^lar. 28, 1872, who was also a farmer; 
resided at Franklin. ^Morgan Co., 111. 
Issue by first husband : — 

VIII— 3656. (a) MARY ELIZABETH DUNSTON, b. Aug. 23, 
1864; ni. LEWIS B. HERRING Dec. 28. 1881. . 
They reside on a farm near Triplett, Mo. 

Is<;ue: — 
IX-6410. Roy A. Herring, b. July 13, 1S84. 

lX--64n. George W. Herring, b. Feb. 22, 1886; m. Dollie Jones, Nov. IS, 1908. Child: 
X— 7476. Verda Lee Herring, b. in 1909. 

IX— 6412. Guy H. Herring, b. Feb. 14, 18SS; m. Emma Perryn. Jan. 3. 1911. 
IX— €413. Carl M. Herring, b. Julv 14, 1S91. 
IX--6414. Merrill F. Herring, b. Dec. 4. 1893. 
IX— 6115. Lloyd W. HeiTing, b. May 26, 1896. 
IX— 6416. Flossie May Herring, b. April 16, 1898. 
IX— 6417. Bessie G. Herring, b. June 21, 1900. 

VIII— 3656. (b) GEORGE WILLIAM DUNSTON. b. Oct. 16. 1865; 
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He lives on a farm near Paris, Mo. 

VIII— 3656. (c) ESTHER HICKMAX DUXSTOX. b. Sept. 11, 
1868; m. THO.MAS B. CHAMBERS, of Pennsylvania. 

They lived on a farm near Paris, Mo., where he d. Oct. 2, 1896. 

Issue: — 

IX— 6118. William Dale Charabors, b. Aug. 1, 1887. 

IX— 6419. Alice Oliver Chambers, b. Oet. 31. 18S9. ' . ' ' 

IX— 6420. Esther Almeda Chambers, b. Aug. 15. 1S93. 

Issue of No. 1416 by second husband: — 

VIII— 3656. (d) FRED MEREDITH, b. Julv i, 1873; m- CLARA 
BARROWS Dec. 26, 1906, of Waverly, III. She d.'April 16, 1908. 

He is a salesman for a wholesale dr^- goods store at Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6421. Mary Lucilc Meredith, b. March 19, 190S. 

VHI— 3656. (e) ALONZA MEREDITH, b. Aug. 24, 1875; m- OT- 
TIE SWATZEL Dec. 28, 1902, of Trinidad, Colo. 

He is a stock trader. They live at Sarpy, Montana. _. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6422. John Mason Meredith, b. May 2, 1904. 

VHI— 3656. (f) LUCY GERTRLDE MEREDITH, b. June 29, 
1879; m. JAMES ORY ROLSTOX ^larch 2, 1904, b. June 30, 1S80, at 
Franklin, 111., where he is a butcher. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6423. una Cleo Rolston, b. Jan. 6, 1905. 
TX— 6424. Wayne M. Rolston, b. April 22, 190S. 

VHI— 3656. (g) LEE MEREDITH, b. March 12, 1885; m. EDXA 
SLACK ^lay 12, 1908, of Franklin, 111. 

Issue: — • , 

IX— 642.5. Mable Alice Meredith, b. Aug. 2G. 1909. 



VII— 1417. JOSEPH CARPEXTER JOXES (Jesse J. 6), b. April 
6, 1844; d. June 20, 1879; m. MARY ELLEX ANDERSOX March 8, 
1868. 

He was a farmer: resided at Franklin. Morgan Co., 111. He sen-ed three 
years during the Civil War in the 2nd 111. Artillery. Record of issue given by 
his sister, two dec'd : the living : — 

VIII— 3657. JESSE JOXES, m. ELSIE ARMSTRONG. 
They removed to Florida; liave five children. 

VIII— 36:^8. CHARLES JOXES. m. ETHEL PULASKI, of Litch- 
field,, 111. 

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VIII— 3659. LOTTI]:: JONES, (twin with Charles), m. WILLIAM 
ANDERSON; address. Hillsboro, 111. 
They have live children. 

VIII— 3660. JOHN JONES, ni. and lives in Iowa. 

VII— 1418. JESSE J. JONES (Tes=e J. C). b. Nov. 19, 1846. in Mor- 
gan Co.. Ill; m. xAIARY RAWLINGS March 9. 1871. 

lie is a farmer; address (1873) Eranklin, Morgan Co., Ill; (1910) 
Jacksonville, 111., R. D. 5- , 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3661. MARGARET JONES, dec'd. 

VIII— 3662. WILLIA:^! JONES, dec'd. 

VIII— 3663. NETTE B. lOXES, b. Oct. 19. i8;6; m. GEORGE 
EBREY March 16, 1899. 

VIII— 3664. EFEA MAE JONES, b. July 11, 1880; m. J. A. WAL- 
TERS Aug. 16, 1898. 

VIII— 3665: EM^IA C. JONES, b. March 27, 1883; m. LESLIE 
COX Jan. 15, 1901. 

VIII— 3666. LAURA C. JONES, b. June 14. 1885:01. G. C. SHEP- 
PARD Feb. 14, 1906. 

VIII— 3667. ERNEST \V. JONES, b. Dec. 17. 1S92; unm. 

VII— 1419. ZACHARY TAYLOR TONES (Jesse J. 6). b. Nov. 12. 
1848; m. SARAH A. HANN Sept. 18, 1879, dau. of William and Ellen 
Hann, b. Nov. 7, 1861 ; address, Nortonville, 111. 

Issue: — . 

VIII— 3668. CARL MANLY JONES, b. Feb. 24, 1883; »"• BESSIE 
THOMAS Feb. 24, 1904. b. Aug. 22. 18S8. 

Issue: — 
IX— 6426. Leo Cameron Jones, b. June 2, 1905. "' " o . .',,,,, 

IX— 6427. Clara Bernice Jones, b. Nov. 15. 1906. ' ' - 



VII— 1420. REES JONES (Jesse J. 6), b. Dec. 4, i8so; m. JENNIE 
ELIZABETH WARCUP Nov. 30, 1876, dau. of Joseph and Ursula War- 
cup, b. Feb. 16, 1854. 

He is a farmer in ^lorgan Co., 111., v.hich is in the great "corn belt" of 
that State ; address. ^Murrayville. 111. 

Issue : — 



402 PALMER FAMILY. 



VIII— 3669. EDITH M-\Y JOXES. b. Sept. 14, 1878; m. BURT 
I^IILLARD Feb. 24. 1899. 

Their address is Murrayvillc. III. 

Issue : — • 

IX— 6428. Clara Elizabeth Millard, b. Jan. 29, 1900. 

IX— 6429. Bessie Viola Millard, b. Julv 20, 1902. 

IX— 6430. Velda Alice Millard, b. Dec. 22, 1904. 

IX— 6431. Ova Frances Millard, b. Nov. 11, 1907. 

VIII— 3670. SAMUEL B. JOXES. b. Mar. 4, 1880; m. NETTIE A. 
GUNN ]Mar. 10, 1903. Shed. Sept. 18. 1905. 
His address is Murrayville.. III. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6432. Frank Fenneth Jones, b. Oct. 2, 1904. 

VIII— 3671. SUSAN URSULA lONES, b. Feb. 18, 1881 ; m. NOR- 
MAN CARLSON Dec. 28, 1902. 
Their address is }*Iurrayville, III. 

Issue : — 

IX— 6433. Roy Eugene Carlson, b. July 4, 1904. 
IX— 6434. Vivian Fay Carlson, b. Oct. 9. 1906. 
IX— 6435. Francis Wayne Carlson, b. Feb. 4, 190S. 

VIII— 3672. WILLIAM IRWIN TONES, b. Tulv 22. 18S3; m. SYL- 
VIA J. KETNER Feb. 3, 1909; addrc.>s, .Murrayville, 111. 

VIII— 3673. ALICE LUELLA JONES, b. Mar. 6, i8S^: m. HARRY 
H. LEMONS Nov. 6. 1906; address, Murrayville. 111. 

Issue : — 
IX— 6436. Florence Elva Lemons, b. Oct. 21, 190S. 

VIII— 3674. SARAH LAVINA JONES, b. May 7, 1886. 

VIII— 3675. LILLIAN ELSIE lONES, b. May 30, 1890. 

VIII— 3676. JULIA .MILDRED JONES, b. Sept. 2-j, 1893. 

VIII— 3677. MABEL ESTHER JONES, b. Sept. 2^, 1893. 

VIII— 3678. HOWARD COVINGTON JONES, b. Nov. 6, 1895. 

VII— 1422. JOHN JONES (Jesse J. 6), b. Jan. 3, 1855: m. HAN- 
NAH WARCUP Jan. 15, 1885, dau. of Joseph and Ursula Warcup, b. Sept. 
9, i860. 

He is a farmer; address, Edwardsvillc, 111. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3679. RALPH C JONES, b Oct. 17, 1885; ^- Nov. 21, 1885 



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VIII— 36S0. LENA JOXES, b. Nov. 29, 1886; m. RAYMOND 
MOORE April 24, 1907; address, Moro, 111. 

VIII— 3681. ANNIE IRENA JONES, b. Sept. 26, 1888. • ' • ' 

VIII— 36S2. GERTRUDE E. JONES, b. March 7, 1890; d. Aug. 2g. 
1890. 

VIII— 3683. EDGAR EMMET JONES, b. June 18, 1892. 

VIII— 36S4. ELLA M. JONES, b. July 6, 1894; d. July 27, 1894. 

VII— 1423. JOSHUA SHARPLESS JONES (Jesse J. 6). b. Oct. 
31, 1856; m. ISA ELWELL Dec. 28, 1881, dau. of Samuel EKvell, b. Nov. 
16, 1866; d. Sept. 19, 1905. 

His address is Preston, Okla. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3685. IDA JONES, b. xNov. 26, 1882: m. FRANK ASHLACK 
April 15, 1900; address, Prestcn, Okla. 

Children : — 
IX— 6437. Pearl Ashlack. " ■ 

IX— 643S. Dale Ashlack. 
IX— 6439. Clyde Ashlack. 

VIII— 3686. O.MER JONES, b. March. 28, 1884; m. MAY LOGAN 
May 9, 1909; address, Preston, Okla. 

VIII— 3687. BERT JONES, b. Sept. 28, 1S86: address, Keifer, Okla. 

VIII— 3688. HARRY JONES, b. Jan. 12, 1888; address, Sapulpa, 
Okla. 



VII— 1424. SARAH C. JONES flesse L 0). b. Nov. i;, 18^9: ni. 
THOMAS D. DODWORTH* Aug. 17, 1885, in Franklin, 111., son of Rich- 
ard and Sarah Dodworth, b. Aug. 28, 1852; d. Nov. 12, 1896. 

He was a carpenter and farmer. 



M. second, FULTON KELLY Dec. 29, 1905. 

He is a street car motorman Their address is Jacksonville, 111. 

Issue, by first husband only : — 

VIII— 3689. GEORGE RUFUS DODSWORTII. b. June 21, 1886. 

VIII— 3690. LESLIE RAY DODSWORTII, b. Aug. 15, 18S8. 



404 PALMER FAMILY. 



VIII— 3691. DORCAS MVRIE DODSWORTII. 1). Aug. 9, 1894. 



Issue of Joseph J. Jones (Xo. 7^0) atid Lydia Ann Pratt, born in Thornbury, 

Del Co., Pa. 

VII— 1428. GEORGE H. TOXES (Joseph J.. Benjamin. Rebecca, 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. 3 mo. 20, 185J.; m. MARTHA P. FRAME 5 mo. 
II, 1876, dau. of Joseph E. Frame and Hannah Taylor, b. April — , 1857. 

He is a farmer; resided for some years on the homestead of his father, 
which he sold; address. West Chester. Pa., R. D. 

Issue : — 

VIII— 3692. MARY EMMA JONES, b. 7 mo. 7, 1877; d. about six 
years of age. 

Issue of Esther P. Jones {No. 447) and George M. Hickman, the older born 

in Thornburv, Delaware Co.. the younger in 

York Co., Pa. 

VII— 1429. PHEBE ANN HICKMAN (Esther, Benjamin, Rebecca. 
Elizabeth, John, John), b. 5 nio. 17, 1836; d. 11 mo. 9. 1S96; m. ALBERT 
STUBBS I mo. 13, 1859, in Philadelphia, son of Isaac Stubbs and Elizabeth 
Haines, of Delta. York Co., Pa.; b. 9 mo. 9, 1S33; d. 11 mo. 11, 1898; both 
buried at Fawn Grove. 

He purchased from his father a farm in Peach Bottom Twp. After the 
death of his father-in-law. he sold this and bought the farm of the latter near 
Delta, upon which thev resided during their lives. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3693. GEORGE HICK.MAN STUBBS. b. 2 mo. 21, i860: m. 
CATHERINE ROSELLE 7 mo. 10. 1906, at Excelsior. Minn, dau. of \\"i\- 
liam and Louise Roselle. of Philadelphia, b. 12 mo. 31. 1871. 

He is a farmer ; address. Houston, Delaware. No issue. 

VIII— 3694. ESTHER C. STUBBS, b. 4 mo. 18, 1863: d. 4 mo. 4. 
1869. 

VIII— 3695. BENJAMIN PASS^IORE STUBBS. b. 5 mo. 29, 1S66: 
m. SARAH ROSENE REYNOLDS 12 mo. 27, 1892, dau. of Edwin H. 
Reynolds and Lydia E. Lincoln, of near Rising Sun, Md.. b. 9 mo. 7. 1864. 

He took the farm of his father on sliares, until 1897, when he purchased 
his uncles', Daniel and Thomas Stubbs'. fr.rm of 81 acres, near Peach Bottom 
Twp., York Co.. Pa., where tiiev reside. Thev are Friends; address. Slate 
Hill, Pa. 

Issue : — 

■IX— C440. Albert Reynolds Stubbs, b. 10-19-1900. 
IX— 6441. Phoebe Lincoln Stubbs, b. 1-7-1904. 



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yUl—T,r^r,. WALTER P.HRXARD STUBBS, b. 10 mo. 31, 186S; d. 
1 2 mo. 21,1 868. 

VIII— 3697. DANIEL THOMAS STUBBS. b. 4 mo. 9. 1870; unm. 
He is with the American X^ilcanizing- Eiber Company in Wilmington, 
Del.; address, 1003 Adams St., that city. 

VIII— 3698. HARRY WILLIAMSON STUBBS. b. 12 mo. 3, 1872; 
unm. 

He is cashier of the Steeltcn Xationa' Bank at Steelton, Dauphin Co.. Pa. 

Vni— 3699. HARVIE STUBBS. b. 1876: d. 1S76. 

VIII— 3700. I^IARY HOW^'XRD STUBBS. b. 4 mo. 30. 1877, at 
Delta, York Co.. Pa.: m. PINKXEY JACOB KIRK 12 mo. 5. 1901, son of 
Isaac Stnbbs Kirk and Francina Lincoln, of Fremont, Chester Co., Pa., b. 2 
mo. 28. 1875. 

They reside at Fremont ; address, Nottingham. Chester Co., Pa. 

Children : — 
IX— 6442. Warren Benton Kirk. b. Fob. 10. 1904. 
IX— 6443. Elizabeth Ruth Kirk, b. Feb. 8. 1908. 

VII— 1431. MARY J. HICKMAN (Esther P. 6). b. 10 mo. 23, 1840: 
m. WILLIAM I. MOORE 3 mo. 30. 1865, son of William Moore and :^Iar- 
tha Ann McCurdy, b. 2 mo. 21, 1835. 

He is a farmer, with address 725 Manor St., York, Pa. 

Issue: — 

VIII— 3701. HANNAH R. MOORE, b. 2 mo. 13. 1866: d. 5 mo. 10, 
1871. 

VIII— 3702. GERTRUDE CLARE MOORE, b. 8 mo. 26, 1872: d. 5 
mo. II, 1905: m. CHARLES H. FULTON 10 mo. 13, 1897. son of Robert 
Fulton and Mary E. , b. 9 mo. 12. 1868. ,.., 

Issue : — 

IX-6444. Ralph Moore Fulton, b. 12-27-1S9S. . - 

LX— 644.'.. Mary Hickman Fulton, b. 11-14-1904; d. 1-29-1905. 



VIII— 3703. MIRIAM GILMER MOORE, b. 9 mo. 21. 1877: 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN STEWART S mo. 21, 1902, son of William St 



m. 
Stew 
art and Mary Purdy. 

Issue : — 
IX— €446. William Thompson Stewart, b. 3-2.V1903, 



VII— 1432. HANNAH TAMES HICKMAN (Esther P. 6). b. ; mo. 
'M. 1843; m. JAMES WILLIAM HICKMAN, son of William C. Hickman 
and Victorine E. Gibbons, of Westtown, Pa .. and later of Grand Haven, Mich. 
He d. 1900. 



4o6 PALMER FAMILY. 



They removed to Tacoma, W'ashington, where he practiced medicine. 
He went to Alaska and in the s]:)ring of 1900, he, with some companions were 
hunting on Dall Island. By some means he became separated from the rest, 
and although forty men are said to have searched 15 days, he could not be 
found. Her address is "The Renton," 17th and Madison Sts., Seattle, Wash. 

Issue: — 

Vni— 3704. CARRIE LILLIAN HICKMAX, m. MARSHALL 
JEWEL STRONG Sept.— 1908 (?). 



VII— 1433. ANNA ELIZABETH HICKMAX (Esther P. 6), b. 12 
mo. 24, 1848; d. 6 mo. 4, 18S1, at Delta. Pa.; m. WILLIAM J. RITCHIE 
12 mo. 30, 1867, at Philadelphia, son of Joseph Ritchie and Xancy J. Bar- 
nette, b. 12 mo. 30, 1845, ^^ Cliestnut Level, Lancaster Co., Pa.; address, Del- 
ta, York Co., Pa. 

Issue: — ^ 

VIII— 3705. DORA L. RITCHIE, b. 9 mo. 20, 1869; mini.; address, 
Ailston, York Co., Pa. 

VIII— 3706. :\IARIOX CRAWFORD RITCHIE, b. 7 mo. 2y, 1872; 
m. GEORGE X\ ]\IACKISOX 3 mo. 2g, 1894, son of James A. Mackison 
and Mar>' Johnson, b. 2 mo. 10, 1871 ; address, Ailston, Pa. Xo issue. 

VIII— 3707. AGXES AXGELIXA RITCHIE, b. 4 mo. 20, 1S7;; m. 
OLLIE SCARBOROUGH ; address, Flintville, :^Id. Xo response. 

VIII— 3708. ^lARY AXXA HICKMAX (adopted