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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBBARY 



3 1833 01424 0078 



ERRATA 

A few errors and ommissions have 

propably crept into this work, and those 

; that we have noted we correct as follows: 

•; The children of Jacob Sapp (31) 

(, should be, 

I Christina 

Nancy 

Rhuey Ann 
^ Elvira 

i Rachel 

I Michel 

Moses 

Isaac 
.} Daniel 

j The children of Isaac Sapp above were 

Simon 
[ Daniel 

I Matilda 

l Amanda 



A HIST ORY of the 
SAPP FAMILY 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 
J. GOO DEN j ^PP AN D 

H. w. stXnITey 

1910 



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'If, at Seneca says 'Virtue is the only nobility,' he 
U doubly a nobleman who is not only descended 
from a virtuous ancestry, but is himself virtuous." 



— Greville 



.1 c 



PREFACE 



-X- 




REFACE is included in this book not alone be- 
cause it is customary, but because certain things 
should be explained. This book is issued, not as 
a work of art or literary merit, nor as a result of 
any overmastering- desire to break into the book 
business, but as a record in which to preserve the 
salient points of the Sapp genealogy. 
^^;'^ In the pursuit of knowledge concerning their individual an- 

'^--> -cestry the editors collected a vast amount of fact and became in- 
^ 'terested in the broader lines of the history of a family. For al- 
^ most ten years this process of collection has been going on, some 
;' who contributed being still alive while others have passed to the 
'^^ Great Beyond. On account of these deaihs amo!ig us some of the 
t^ '-dates and facts we have are unreplaceable and we have fek it a duty 
^; devolving upon us to get it all into permanent form lest some 
^j material might be lost. Such a work as this, where the principal 
^)" sources of information have been traditions and memories collect- 
t ed by correspondence, is bound to contain some errors, omissions 
^^. and contradictions, but we have endeavored, as far as possible, to 
.^% rectify and harmonize them. We otter what we have with only 
'=^-^ 'the thought in mind that we will thus preserve these facts until 
-.7 'another shall come and bmii upon this foundation a' completed 
-■^ structure. 
^'c^ We are including some extra blanks and ask that you shall 

i supplement and continue the information in th-^ book. Where we 
-^ have made mistakes, correct m ; where we have mad;- omissions, 
V supply the deficiency and wherj you can continue a line, do so on 
^^ ^hese extra sheets. These shec^ls'will be carefully oreserved and at 
. some future date, perhaps, a fciler and more complete historv can 
"^^4)6 gotten out ,and the material jou send in can be incorporated. 
^■^^ . The time is coming in Armrica when the blood of 'our people 
^.^ will be so mixed with all nationalities, that he who can look back 
^^-to an ancestry reaching to the foundation of our govemm.enfc will 
<^have reason to be proud, and ths book will be proof in future gen- 
erations where otherwise there would be no word. 

Thanks are due all contribiiors for what they have dor^*, bv* 
especially to Mr. Francis Sapp. Danville, Ohio; 'Dr. J. A. Sapp! 
Salineville, Ohio, and :\Iiss Bernice A. Sapp, Olvmpia, Washington^ 
for the cheerftil and long continued work which they did. 

And so with this somewhat extended v.ord we leave the work 
in your hands trusting that later the whole matter may be worked 
out with more completeness. 

J. GOO^EN SAPP, Wyanet. 111. 

H. W. STANLEY, Wichita, Kansas. 




AHI3TORYOFTHESAPPFAMILY 3 

INTRODUCTION 

O record has yet been found of the time the Sipp 
family came to this country, where they landed, or 
whence they came. Search has been made but 
nothing- revealed. There has been no dearth of 
tradition and positive statements on these points 
however, different branches of the same line ac'vo- 
cating widely divergent theories. An oft recurring 
statement is that the Sapps are of Scotch-Irish origm, another 
bring-s them from England, and others are equally positive that 
Holland is the soil from which they spring. It is, however, rather 
generally recognized that there is a great physical resemblance be- 
tween the members of the different branches and doubtless more 
extended search, through the county records of all "the states in 
which they appear, will confirm in time the ideas of the editors of 
this work that all are descended from a single ancestor who appear- 
ed in the early history of Amerka. 

However, while we have foxnd nothing definite as to the coun- 
try from which the Sapps cam*, a study of the nam.es leads to a 
strong conclusion that they came from England. The names, wii!i- 
out exception, are of English origin and do not show even a crace 
<of the Dutch and but a very little of the Scotch-Irish. It may be 
that originally the family came from Holland to England daring 
the religious persecutions and tl'at a few generations in Englar.d 
sufficed to remove all the Dutch characteristics. Likewise it is 
barely possible that they may ha'ire been originally English and dur- 
ing the Dissenter troubles in Ergland have moved to Scotland and 
Ireland and thence to America. Some who claim to hive inves- 
tigated the matter thoroughly seem to find satisfaction in one 
origin, others in another. We say, frankly, we do not know. 

But whatever their origin tie Sapps have been and are a peo- 
ple respected for their absolutt honesty and uprightness. They 
are not well educated, as a rule, and not mentally brilliant. Very 
few of them have ever attained prominence in the councils of the 
state or nation, although there are some notable exceptions, but 
they are men and women wh<^ bear the responsibilities of good 
citizenship as nobly as the best. 

They are, however, quite rrligious, although their creeds vary 
in the different lines. Certain lines are Catholic, others Baptist, 
still others Methodist, but \'er\- »eldom do we find one v»iio pndes 
himself on irreligion or disbelief 

In the matter of politics rtports indicate that they hang to- 
gether better here than any where else. They may have come from 



4 AHISTORYOFTHESAPP FAMILY. 

difterent countries or they may belong to different churches but 
with a ICAV exceptions, they are all Democrats. 

The definite verifiable history of the Sapp family in its difter- 
ent branches begins about 17G5 to 1775. From that time down the 
lines are definitely traceable and errors that appear are due to a fail- 
ure of memory- or a date entered wrongly. Previous to this time, 
however, all the connected history of the family is assumed. Facts 
on record such as wills, deeds, land grants, marriage licenses, etc., 
stand out alone and serve only to guide the searcher after truth in 
breaking new paths from one to another, and who shall say these 
paths are not correctly laid out? Given certain facts as premises, 
if we follow them logically who shall say our conclusion is wrong 
until he has facts that shall contradict it? 

It is purely tradition as yet, that John Sapp came over from 
England vs-ith Lord Calvert in his second or third ship load of im- 
migrants in 1650, but we have seen fit to assume it as a fact as it 
fits in well with what we know of the family. We must account 
for Sapps in different sections of the country as early at 1776 and 
we must account for two Sapps appearing on records as early as 
1743. We stand willing to be corrected, but until some one can 
adduce proof against us or offer a more feasible theory, we are 
willing to accept this one we have assumed. 

John Sapp then came to this country from England about 1650 
and settled in Maryland. We hear of three sons of John — Frederick 
and William and John. Frederick, industrious, went to New York 
to engage in the trade of a cooper. William being more restless, 
went across the mountains and drifted down the Ohio and Mis- 
sissippi Rivers to New Orleans, where he settled. Of the descend- 
ants of William we have no knowledge. John, third son of John, 
remained in eastern Maryland and from him is sprung m.ost of the 
Sapps in this volume. 

Frederick has a son, Charles, who went to North Carolina and 
from him are doubtless sprung most of the southern Sapps. His 
immediate family does not appear, however, and this line \vc shall 
drop until it reappears about ISOO. 

John Jr., youngest son of John, the immigrant, had sevcal chil- 
dren, doubtless. From the records of Delaware we find Henry Sapp 
and John Sapp in that vicinity about 1733 and we assume a brother 
George to connect the Maryland lines with the original immigrant. 

The remainder of this Introduction will be taken up with rec- 
ords of deeds, wills, etc., as collected from Delaware and Marylai-d. 
In most instances the subjects are unidentified with the lines we 
have and they must be considered as descendants of the lines we 
cannot trace. 

The first record of the name of Sapp in America is that cf 
Henry Sapp in the following deed : 



AHISTORYOFTHESAPPFAMILY 5 

GRANT BY PROPRIETORS. 

To Henry Sapp Warrant Book page 189 

Pennslyvania and Counties on Delaware. SS. By the Proprietcrs. 

(SEAL). Whereas, Henry Sapp of the County of Kent hath requested of 
us that we would be pleased to grant him a survey on Two hundred acres of 
land situated on the west side of the Black Swamp in the forest of Murther 
Creek Hundred in the said count}-, for which he agrees to pay to our use, from 
the date hereof, the yearly quit rent of one penny Sterling for every acre of 
the same, and one whole year's rent on every alienation: These are there- 
fore to authorize and require you to survey, or cause to be surveyed, to the 
said Henry Sapp at the place aforesaid, continuous to surveys already niade, 
the said quantity of Two Hundred acres, if not already surveyed or appropri- 
ated and make return thereof unto the Secretary's ofl'ice, for confirmation: 
for which this shall be your sufficient warrant. Given under my hand and 
the Seal of the Land Office by virtue of certain powers from the said pro- 
prietors, at Philadelphia, this twenty-first day of February, Seventeen. Hun- 
dred and Forty Three-Four. 

GEO. THOMAS. 
To William Parsons, (Surveyor General) 
Endorsed as Follows: 

1743 Kent: Feb. 21. Henry Sapp, 200 Acres. 

There was also a further warrant for One Htindred Acres to 
Henry Sapp on Dec. 29, 1739, situated on the south side of a small 
branch of the Murther Creek, adjoining the plantation of Thomas 
Barker in the forest of Mispillion Hundred, in the County 01 Kent 
on the Deleware. 

(Signed) THOS. PENX. 

Then follows a warrant of 60 acres to Henry Sapp, Jr., worded 
precisely as above except that warrant signed by Tho. Penn, land 
described as follows : — 'About sixty acres of land situated on the 
north side of the Main Branch of Motherkile Creek, adjoining to 
land of John Pierce and Mark Monlove in the said County of Kent 
&C." 

BENJAMIN EASTBURX, 

April 27, 737. Surveyor General. 

Also a further warrant for 60 acres to Henry Sapp, Jr., situated 
in the forest of Mispillion Hundred adjoining lands called (Tar) 
Ridge and James Thistlewood's in the said County." 

Signed by Thos. Penn. 

BENJA^HN EASTBURN, 

Dec. 29, 739. Surveyor General. 

Also a further warrant for 50 acres to John Sapp in the forest 
of Mispillion Hundred whereon he has begun to make small im- 
provements in the said County. 

Signed by Tho Penn. 

November 22, 1739. 



6 AHISTORYOFTHESAPP FAMILY 

Also a further warranty for 100 acres to John Sapp adjoining 
lands of William Dile Jun. and land late in the possession of Chris- 
topher Whyle in the Forest of Murtherkiln Hundred in the said 
County of Kent. 

Signed by \Vm. Denny. 

Jany. 4, 1758. 

DEED. 

John Booth 

to K-1-176 

Henry Sapp 

THIS INDENTURE made the ninth day of August, one thousand seven 
hundred and thirty-three, between Joseph Booth of the County of Kent on 
the Delaware, Yeom. of the one part, and Henry Sap (Sapp) of the s^ame 
County, Yeom. of the other part, witnesseth that the aforesaid Joseph Booth 
for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds current money of America, 
to him in hand paid by the said Henry Sapp, the receipt whereof is hereby 
acknowledged, hath given, granted, bargained, sold, aleined, enfeoffed, and 
confirmed and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain, sell alien, enfeoff. 
and confirm unto the said Henry Sapp, his heirs and assigns forever, ail tract 
or parcel of land situated in the forest of Mispillion Hundred on the south 
side of a main branch of the Murder Creek and the west side of a p^ece cf 
land laid out to Mark Manlove, beginning at a corner marked gum standitig 
on the west side of a small branch dividing this from the aforesaid '.dnd of 
Mark Manlove, and running thence down aforesaid branch and bourding 
therewith about one hundred and twenty-two perches to the aforeiaid oiain 
branch, then up the said main branch about one hundred and twenty perchss 
to the north of another small branch near opposite to another small gum; 
then up the said small branch boundin? therewith about one hundred and 
thirty -six perches; then by a line of mark<:d trees north, forty degrees eait anl 
one hundred and fifteen perches to the place of beginning, containin:; and 
lain out for one hundred acres be the same more or less together witli all 
houses, buildings, gardens, orchards, woods, underwoods, timbers and trees, 
ways, waters, watercourses, improvemeiits and appurtenances whatsoe^'er. 
to have and to hold the land and premises hereby granted with the appurten- 
ances, unto the said Henry Sapp. his heirs and assigns forever, under ^.he 
yearly quit rents now and hereafter to grow due to the Chief Lord of the fee 
for the premises: And said Joseph Booth and his heirs of said land ;uid 
premises hereby granted unto the said Henry Sapp, his heirs, and assigns; 
against him, the aforesaid Joseph Booth and his heirs, and against all manner 
of persons claiming, or to claim by. from or under him. them, or any of them, 
shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, aforesaid Joseph Booth hath set his hand and 
seal hereunto the day and year above written. 
Signed, sealed and delivered 

in presence of 
Edward Hart, Thos. Jarrout Joseph Booth. (SEAL) 

Acknowledged in open Court of Common Pleas held at Dover Town in 
and for the County of Kent, on the Delaware on the Sixteenth day of Xovem 
ber, One Thousand seven hundred and ihirty-three. 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



WILL OF HENRY SAPP. 

Kent Co. Delaware. May 2nd. 1743 
In the name of God, Amen. 

I, Henry Sapp of Kent Co. being sick of body, but of sound and perfect 
mind, and knowing the uncertainty of this life, which must be yielded up unto 
death, do make and order this, my last will and testament; hereby making 
null all other wills, or will by me made either by word of mouth or v.riting 
and do declare this to be my only will in manner and form following: — 

Viz. — First, I commit my soul to God through Jesus Christ my only 
Mediator and Redeemer, and my body to the earth from whence it can;e, lo 
be decently buried according to the directions of my executor; and as to my 
worldly goods which it has pleased the Almighty God to bestow on me, after 
all my worldly debts and funeral expenses being paid, I Bequeath and give 
in manner following: I give unto my eldest son, Henry Sapp, one iron nine 
gallon pot; and one two year old heifer; I give unto my son, James Sapp, 
forty acres of land not to come further this way than his house now is and 
one pewter basin; I give my eldest daughter, Johanna Bradley one pewter 
dish: I give to my daughter Ann Thistlewood, one pewter fcasin; 1 give to 
my son, Edward Sapp. one yearling heifer: I give to my 
daughter, Elizabeth, one heifer and one iron pot: I give 
to my son, Benjamin Sapp, one brood mare, one cow, 
one chest and one iron pot: I give to my loving wife all the rest of my 
movable estate during her widowhood; and after death, I give and bequeath 
to my youngest son John Sapp, all the rest of my estate, real and personal, 
to him and his heirs forever, except one bed and furniture to my da.ush:er 
Elizabeth, and one bed and furniture to my son Benjamin, and to each of them 
one pewter basin. 

My will is that my loving wife Ann and my youngest son John, have the 
administration of this, my estate, and I do constitute and appoint thsm to be 
my whole and sole executors of this, my last will and testament: 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this L'rd day of 
May, A. D. One Thousand Seven Hundred and forty three. 

Witness. 
Curtis Evans 

John Wiliams Henry Sapp (SEAL) 

William Barwick 

WILL OF WILLIAM SAPP. 

In the name of God, Amen. The first day of November, Anno Domini 
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty, I, William Sapp. in Duck Creek 
Hundred, in the county of Kent, on Delaware, bachelor, being very sick and 
weak in body but of sound disposing mind and memory, thanks be to God. do 
make this my last will and testament, in manner and form following ravok- 
Ing all others whatsoever. 

In Primis, I recommend my spirit unto the hands of God, who gave it, 
and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like decent maner, ac- 
cording to the discretion of my executor here after named. 

Item; — I order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid by 
my executor. 

Item; — I give and bequeath unto my loving brother, Isaac Sapp, my best 
wearing coat and hat and likewise all my wearing clothes. 

Item; — It is my will and I do order that the residue of my estate be 



8 AHISTORYOFTHESAPPFAMILY 

equally divided between my mother, Rachel Brown, and my loving sister, 
Esther Sapp, finally I do nominate and appoint my friend, John W. Willson, 
to be my sole executor of this my last will and testament. 

AS WITNESS MY hand and seal the day and year above written. 

his 
William Sapp (SEAL) 

mark 

Book K-1-170 

Letters of administration upon the estate of Isaac Sapp were granted 
to Elizabeth Sapp on this second day of November in the thirty-flrst year of 
the reign of our Sovereign Lord King George the second, 1752. 

Book K-1-270 

Letters of administration were granted on the estate of Ann Sapp to 
Henry Sapp and Benjamin Sapp, December 12, 1761. 

Book 1^1-122 

Letters of administration upon the estate of Henry Sapp, deceased, 
were granted unto Sarah Sapp, widow, December 23, 1772. 

Book L-1-179 

Letters of administration on the estate of William Sapp were granted 
to Phillip Hilliard, next of kin, March 7, 1776. 

Book 1^1-232 

Letters of administration on the estate of John Sapp were granted to 
Elizabeth Sapp, November 7, 1782, wko gave bond with Jacob Smith and Wil- 
liam Sapp as sureties. 

Book N-1-108 

Letters of administration were granted on the estate of James Sapp, 
February 4th, 1793 to Rachel Sapp who gave bond with Thomas Williams 
and James Williams as sureties. 

Book 0-1-56. 

Letters of administration were granted on the estate of Unity Sapp 
to James Williams November 2, 1802. 

Book O-1-150 

Letters of administration were granted on the estate of Ephriam 
Sapp on the fourteenth day of April, 1807 to Elijah Sapp. 

Book Q-1-120 

Letters of administration on the estate of Luke Sapp were granted 
October 14, 1828 to Lydia Sapp. 

Book Q-1-256 

Letters of administration were granted on the estate of William Sapp 
to Elizabeth Sapp, his daughter, July 25, 1835. 

June 19-1834 Solomon Sapp and wife Nancy sold 264 A. to Adj. Daniel 
Harrington, Abner Wroters. 

In the first census of the United States taken in 1700 the fol- 
lowing heads of families appear, together with record. Most of 
these we have not been able to locate but included them noc only 
as matter of interest but in order that someone may be able in time 
to find the data which will connect up some of our lines with these 
different men. 



AHISTORYOFTHESAPPFAMILY 9 

Maryland, Baltimore Co. 

DANIEL SAPP — 1 male above 16 yrs; 6 male children under 16 ind three 

females in family. 

Baltimore Co. 

FRANCIS SAPP — 2 males above 16 yrs, 1 male under 16 years, 6 females in 

family. 

Frederick Co. 

LEONARD SAPP, 2 white males above 16 yrs. one female above 16 yrs. 

North Carolina, Rowan County, Salisbury District. 

NOWELL SAPP. 

Stokes County. 

JOHN SAPP 

BENJAMIN SAPP 

JESSIE SAPP 

ROBERT SAPP 

Pennsylvania, Bedford County 

JOHN SAPP— six in family. 

The Records of Allegheny County, Md., also show the name 
of Sapp in several instances and these can be located in line "A". 
The land records show the name as grantor or grantee of Jacob 
Sapp in 1792, Frederick, in ISOO and George Sapp in 1807. The 
marriage records of that county show license issued in 1790 tc 
Daniel Sapp. 

In the early day the Sapps were evidently very peaceably in- 
clined or else there were very few of them. We have the rec- 
ord of only three in the Revolution. On the Muster roll of the Reg- 
ular Mar^-land troops in service. Col. \Vm. Smallwood, Capt. Patrick 
Sims, we find Robert Sapp, as private, enlisted. May 12, 1876, men- 
tioned again, April 16, 1777, deserted, brought before court martial 
and committed to jail May 7, 1778. The second is Shadrack Sapp, 
a private drafted ^lay 5, 1781, in the Kent County, Delev/are re- 
cruits. A small taste of army life evidently was agreeable, for on 
August 27th, 1781, he enlisted for three years in Third Regiment 
Company 6. 

Joseph Sapp, ancestor of line "B" was in the Revolution, honor- 
ably serving with the Delaware Blues, and we find that he drew 
an annual pension of $60 per year, having drawn it for six years 
prior to 1835. 




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Line "A" 



(1) 

JOHN' SAPP, SR., whom tradition 
says came over from England in about 
1650 with the second load of settlers 
brought by Lord Calvert to settle 
Maryland. 

Children: 

2— Frederick. 
3 — William. 
4 — John. 

(2) 
FREDERICK, son of John Sapp. 
went from .Maryland to New York, and 
engaged in the cooperage business and 
manufacturing ship supplies. 
Children: 
5 — Charles. 

(3) 
WILLlA?»r, son of John Sapp, is re- 
ported to have gone down the Ohio 
and Mispifsippi rivers to New Orleans 
and from him probably sprang the 
Mississippi and Louisiana Sapps. 

(4) 
JOHN, son of John Sapp (1) re- 
mained in Maryland, but of him we 
have no record. 
Children: 
6 — Henry. 
7 — John. 
8 — George. 

(5) 
CHARLES, son of Frederick Sapp 
(2) is reported to have gone to North 
Carolina, and from him are supposed 
to have descended the Sapp lines of 
Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Tennes- 
see. 

(6) 

HENRY, son of John Sapp (4) is the 
first of whom v.-e have official record. 
As early as 1733 he appears to have 
bought some land of one Joseph Booth. 
In 1739 and 1743 he had, from the Pro- 
prietary Government grants of land. 
His will, dated May 2, 1743. appears in 
the introductory chapter of this w^ork 
together with copies of the deed and 
grant above referred to. He married 
Ann Moore, who died Dec. 12, 1761, 



and whose will is made note of in pre- 
ceeding chapter. 
Children: 

9 — Henry Jr., married Sarah . 

10 — James, married Rachel . 

11 — Joanna, married Bradley. 

12 — Ann, married Thistlewood. 

13— Edward. 

14 — Benjamin 

15 — John, married Elizabeth . 

(7) 

JOHN, son of John Sapp (4) al.so 
held grants of land shown by the Dela- 
ware records, and copied m the preced- 
ing chapter. 

Children: 
16— William. 
17 — Isaac. 

18— Esther. 

(8) 
GEORGE, son of John Sapp (4) is 
unknown save that he had five sons 
and one daughter. 
Children: 
19— Jacob. 
20— Henry. 
21— John. 
22 — George. 
23— Frederick. 
24— Mary. 

(9) 
HENRY JR.. son of Henry San? (6) 
had a wife, Sarah, and died Dec. 23. 
1772. It is probable that Henry hn.d a 
son, Ephriam, though it may have been 
that this boy belonged to the family of 
one of Henry's brothers. 
Children: 
25 — Ephriam. 

(16) 
WILLIAM, son of John Sapp (7» Is 
also an indefinite character, nothing 
being known of him save that v.e 
have his will dated 17.50. This will 
appears in the preceding chapter. 
Children: 
26— William. 

(17 
Isaac, son of John Sapp (7) ha= a 



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11 



will on record dated 1752. Nothing is 
known of any of the family. 

(19) 

JACOB, sen of George Sapp ($) re- 
Bided in Xew Jersey. He had a wife, 

Susan , but nothing more is known 

of him. He died about 1829. 
Children: 
26a— John, b. May 2, 1800, d. Juno 

2, 1831. 
26b — Joseph, Jan. 19, 1S19. 
26c— Mary, 

(20) 
HENRY, son of George Sapp (8), is 
the probable ancestor of the Ravenna, 
Ohio, line. 
Children: 
27— Daniel. 
28— John. 
29— Henry. 
30 — Isaac. 
31— Jacob. 

(21) 
JOHN, son of George Sapp (8) had a 
large family, as did all of his brothers. 
The recurrence of names through 
these lines is one strong argument 
in favor of the relationship we have 
established. 
Children: 
32 — George. 
33— John. 
34 — Frederick. 
35— Edward. 
36— Hartley. 
37— Mary. 
38 — Patience. 
39 — Nancy. 
40 — Margaret. 

(22) 
GEORGE, son of George Sapp (8) 
lived in Cumberland, Alleghany Co., 
Maryland, from the time of his youth 
until his children had married and had 
families. He married, while a young 
man, Christina Texter. In 1809 George 
went with his children to Ohio and 
settled near Danville, Knox Co. He 
died in 1810 and his wife soon after 
and both were buried on his farm near 
Danville. 

Children: 
41— John. 
42— Elizabeth. 
43 — Joseph. 



44 — Catherine. 
45 — Margaret 
46 — Daniel. 
47 — George. 
48 — Mary. 
49 — William. 

23) 

FREDERICK, son of George Sapp 
(8) moved from Maryalnd to Kentucky, 
where most of his family remained. 
His three eldest sons, however, re- 
moved to Ohio and settled near their 
cousins, children of George '.22 1. Liv- 
ing in the same vicinity as iwo cousins 
of the same name, George, son of Fred- 
erick, was called "Black Headed 
George" to distinguish him. 
Children: 

50 — Frederick. 

51 — Adam. 

52 — George. 

53 — Joseph. 

54 — Absolem. 

55 — Charles. 

56 — Nancy. 

57 — Margaret. 

58— Elizabeth. 

(24) 

MARY, daughter of George ^'app ''S) 
married a man by the name of Steam- 
er, but nothing is known of her de- 
scendants. 

(25) 
EPHRIAM, grandson of flenry 
Sapp (6) has a will dated April. 1S07. 
giving Elijah, his eon, as adminis- 
trator. 
Children: 
59— Elijah. 
60 — Levi. 

A daughter who marri-:)d Mr. 
Anderson. 

(26) 

WILLIAM, son of William Sapp (16) 
has a will dated 1776 in Delaware, 
From this William, are probably de- 
scended many of the Dela'^rare Sapps 
now living in that locality. 

(26-a.) 
JOHN, son of Jacob Sapp (1?) and 

Susan , leaves no record SHve an 

inscription on a stone in St. ^^iary's 
churchyard, Burlington, N. J., giving 



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death, June 2, 1831, aged 31 years 
and 1 month. 

(26-b) 
JOSEPH, son of Jacob Sapp (19) 

and Susan , is arbitrarily so 

placed but he is known to have lived 
in New Jersey and to have been a son 
of Jacob, and hence he was placed 
here. He was born January 19, 1819. 
He had five children of whom we 
know but one. 
Children: 
61 — James K. 

(26-c) 

MARY, daughter of Jacob Sapp 

(19) and Susan , married John 

Hogate. 

(27) 

DANIEL, son of Henry Sapp (20) 
settled in Kentucky, but of his de- 
scendants we have no record. 

(28) 
JOHN, son of Henry Sapp (20) lived 
In Maryland about nine miles from 
Cumberland on the Potomac River at 
which place his children w»^re born. 
In 1824 he removed with his family 
to Portage County, Ohio. John Sapp 
lived to be 94 years of age and his 
wife 84. 
Children: 

62 — Jacob, 

63— John. 

64 — Henry. 

65— Polly. 

66 — Isaac. 

67 — Susan. 

68 — Catherine. 

69 — Jemima. 

70 — Elizabeth. 

71 — Sophia. 

(29) 
HENRY, son of Henry Sapp (20) 
was bom Aug. 2, 1768 and married 
Matilda Boosinger Oct. 7, 1796 at 
Hagertown, Md. She was a daughter 
of Conrad and Catherine Boosinger, 
was born ^larch 10, 177-5 in Phila- 
delphia, and died April 17, 1876 over 
101 years of age. They resided at 
Oldtown, Allegheney County, Md., until 
the spring of 1803, when, with three 
children they emigrated to Ravenna. 



Henry Sapp died Sept. 18. 1856. 
Children: 
72 — Catherine. 
73 — Isaac. 
74 — John. 
75 — Sarah. 
76 — Henry. Jr. 
77 — Elizabeth. 
78 — Hannah. 
79— Conrad. 
80 — Jacob. 
81— Asa. 
82— Daniel F. 

(30) 

ISAAC, son of Henry Sapp (20) is 
unknown except that he had one son. 
Children: 
83 — Simon. 

(31) 
JACOB, son of Hen'-y Sapp (20) 
with brothers Henry and Isaac moved 
to Ravenna from Maryland. 
Children: 
84— Rachel. 
85— Michel. 
86 — Rhuey Ann. 
87 — Moses. 
88 — Isaac. 
89- Daniel. 

(32) 

GEORGE, son of John Sap-. (21) 
was called Kentucky George after he 
had moved from Kentucky to Ohio 
to the vicinity of his cousins, try dis- 
tinguish him from those of same 
name. His children all lived until the 
youngest was 40 years old, save two 
children who died in infancy. 

Children: 

90 — John. 

91 — Raphael. 

92 — George K. 

93 — Edwin. 

94— Hartley. 

95 — James. 

96 — Mary. 

97 — Nancy. 

98- Elizabeth. 

99— Hester. 
100 — Christine. 
101— Margaret. 
102— Sarah. 
103 — Susanna. 



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13 



(33) 

JOHN, son of John Sapp (21) re- 
mains unidentified. 

Children: 

104— Thomas. 

105 — George. 

106 — John. 

107— Frederick. 

108— Hartley. 

109— Enoch. 

110 — Mary. 

Ill — Nancy. 

112— Isabel. 

(34) 

FREDERICK, son of John Sapp 
(21) leaves no record save his fam- 
ily. 

Children: 

113— Richard. 

114 — Hopkins. 

115 — Nancy. 

116 — Margaret. 

117— Mary. 

118— Casander. 

119— Cynthia Ann. 

120— Pauline. 

121— Renis. 

(35) 

EDWARD, son of John Sapp (21) Is 
doubtless the ancestor of some of the 
Sapps of Kentucky whom we have 
been unable to place. 

Children: 

122— Abel. 

123 — Alexandria. 

124 — George. 

125— Edward. 

126— Mary. 

127— Nancy. 

128 — Rebecca. 

129— Hulda. 

130 — Patience. 

131— Elizabeth. 

(36) 

HARTLEY, son of John Sapp (21) 
also is unidentified up to the present 
time. 

Children: 
132— John. 
133— William. 
134 — James. 
135— Henry. 
136— Alvin. 



137 — Roxy Ann. 
138 — Evalyn. 
139 — Pauline. 
140 — Harriet 

(39) 
NANCY, daughter of John Sapp (21) 
married Richard Prior, a man noted 
for his physical strength and some- 
times called the "Bully of Kentucky." 

(41) 

JOHN, son of George Sapp (22) and 
Christiana Texter was born Aug. 16 
1767 in Maryland, Allegheny County 
He was married twice, fi-st to HeUiQ 
Barkus with whom he mo^•ed from 
Maryland to Jefferson County, Ohio. 
After her death he married Abigail 
Willis born Sept. 16. 1792, daughter of 
John Willis. She died June i, 1841: and 
John Sapp died Nov. 18, 1845. 

Children by first wife: 

141 — Henry. 

142— George. 

143— John. 

144— David. 

145— Basil. 

146 — Benjamin. 

147— Mary. 

lis— Christina. 

149 — Rebecca. 

150— Elizabeth. 

151 — Jennie. 

152 — Thomas. 

Children by second wife: 
153— Hetty. 
154 — Joseph. 
155 — Ruth Ann. 
156 — Nancy. 
157 — Jane. 
158— William P. 
159— Daniel. 

(42) 

ELIZABETH, daughter of George 
Sapp (22) and Christina Texter, mar- 
ried James Waide. 

Children: 

Keziah. 

Rebecca. 

Milla. 

Abraham. 

(44) 
CATHERINE, daughter of G'^orge 



14 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



Sapp (22) and Christina Tester mar- 
ried Joseph Critchfield. 

Children: 

A daughter married John Greer. 

William. 

(45) 

MARGARET, daughter of George 
Sapp (22) and Christiana Texter mar- 
ried William Critchfield. 

Children: 

Isaac. 

Noah. 

(46) 

DANIEL, son of George Sapp (22) and 
Christiana Texter was born in 1775 
in Maryland where he married Mary 
Robeson, daughter of Hugh and Bar- 
bara Robeson. In 1S09 emmigrated 
from Cumberland, Md., to Knox Co., 
Ohio., where the family purchased 600 
acres of land and laid out the town 
of Danville, which they named after 
Daniel Sapp. He was a farmer by 
occupation and a Whig in politics. He 
•was evidently an active politician for 
he was the first County Surveyor and 
was Justice of the Peace in 1819 and 
re-elected in 1822, 1S25 and 1832 and 
1835. Daniel Sapp served in the war 
of 1812, as a Lieutenant in Captain 
John Greer's Company. 

Children: 

ICO — John. 

161— William R. 

162 — Joseph. 

163 — Solomon. 

164— Enoch. 

165 — James. 

166— Dr. Silas. 

167 — Rebecca. 

168 — Keziah. 

169— Elizabeth. 

170 — Julia Ann. 

171 — Barbara. 

172 — Lucinda. 

(47) 

GEORGE, son of George Sapp (22) 
and Christiana Texter was born Aprij 
7, 1777 and spent his early life in 
Cumberland, Md., where he became 
a carpenter. He married Catherine 
Arnold, daughter of Archibald Arnold 
and who was born March 8, 1778 and 



died June, 14, 1852. In 1805 George 
and his family emigrated from Mary- 
land to Ohio, stopping at Howard. Id 
this trip one horse was used, two chil- 
dren being swung in saclts across the 
horse, the mother and other child 
riding. In 1808 he moved his 
family to the vicinity of the present 
town of Danville where his father and 
brothers soon joined them. George 
was Justice of the Peace at Danville 
in 1809 and was re-elected in 1812 
He was an ensign in Capt. Greer's 
Company in the war of ISli. He was 
appointed administrator of his father's 
estate Jan. 1, 1811. He was com- 
monly called "Mountain George." 

Children: 
173 — Margaret. 
174— Elizabeth. 
175 — Delilah. 
176— Levi. 
177 — Jonathan. 
178 — Rachel. 
179— Ann. 
ISO— Lydia. 
181- Fannie. 
182— Martha. 

(48) 

MARY, daughter of George Sapp 
(22) and Christiana Texter married 
Jacob Meyers. 

Children: 

Elizabeth married John Sapp. 

Mary Ann married — CariiObvll. 

Sallie married — Hutchinson. 

John married— Cane. 

(49) 

WILLIAM, son of George Sapp (22> 
and Christiana Texter was a w'ceel- 
wright by trade. He married twice 
and raised a large family. He died 
October 16, 1S54. The first wife of 
William Sapp was a Miss Melron and 
the second. Charity Hays Putman. 

Children by first wife: 

183— Noah. 

184 — Louisa. 

185 — Lemuel. 

186 — Rezin. 

187— Alvin. 

188 — Cordelia. 

189— William H. 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



15 



Children by second wife: 

190— Adoliza. 

191 — Jefferson C. 

192— Lewis F. 

193— Mary C. 

194 — Madison Napoleon. 

195 — Ulysses. 

196— Sarah Elizabeth. 

197 — Arminta Florence. 

(50) 

FREDERICK, son of Frederick Sapp 
(23) moved from Kentucky to Ohio 
about 1S20. He had a wife named 
Polly, last name unknown. (Robert 
and Samuel left several sons at Brink 
Haven, Ohio. All married and have 
families.) 

Children: 
198— Robert. 
199— Samuel. 
200 — Benjamin 
201— A girl. 

(51) 

ADAM, son of Frederick Sapp (23) 
with his brothers Frederick, George 
and Joseph left Kentucky and settled 
In Brown Township Knox Co.. Ohio in 
1820. He married Mary JI. Lybarger. 

Children: 
202— Lewis. 
203— Levi. 
204— Charles. 
205— Nelson. 
206— Elizabeth. 
207— Absolem. 

. (59) 

ELIJAH, son of Ephriam Sapp (25) 
was born March 2. 1771, in Delaware 
where he spent his life, his wife was 
born April 17, 1775. He died in 1851. 

Children: 

208— William. 

209 — Ephriam. 

210 — Solomon. 

211— Hezekiah. 

212— Levi. 

213— Andrew. 



(60) 
LEVI, son of Ephriam 



Sapp (25) 



was born in Delaware and while a 
young man he moved to Kentucky. He 
remained there only a few years, from 



there moving to Roone County, Mo. 
His wife's name was Traney. 

Children: 

214— John. 

215— Thomas. 

216— Elijah. 

217— Henry. 

218— Annie. 

219— Matilda. 

220— Polly. 

(61) 

JAMES K., son of Joseph Sapp 
(26-b) now resides at Magnolia, Del., 
where he is a dealer in Grain anct 
Phosphate. 

(65) 

POLLY, daughter of John Sapp (28) 
married John Meyers. 

(66) 
ISAAC, son of John Sapp (2S) waa 
born July 29, 1809 near Cumberland, 
Md., where he lived until 15 years of 
age, then going with his family to 
Portage County, Ohio. He married 
Susan Miller, born in ISll. T~aa<.- 
Sapp died in Nemeha County, Neb. in 
1883. 

221— Henry F. 
222— Samuel. 
223— George. 
224— Loretta. 

(67) 
SUSAN, daughter of .John Sapp (2*4? 
married John Boosinger. 

(68) 

CATHERINE, daiigater or John 
Sapp (28) was born In Cumberland, 
Md., Dec. 22, 1813. On Oct. 9, IS-il .she 
married Samuel Pottinger sinl'.h. 
born Feb. 4. 1S04. Mr. Smith died 
Dec. 13, 1880 and his wife Aug. 15, 
1904. 

Children: 

Sarah B., 6-22-1833, Joseph Lash and 
John Bosar, Wolcotville, Ind. 

John R., 2-19-1835. Mary Roberta, 
Kendallville, Ind. 

George W., 3-G-1837. 

Jemima E., 11-19-1838, Jam-s Lake 
Rome City, Ind. 

Henry A., 12-26-1824, Emily Wild- 
man, Rome City, Ind. 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



Jessie W., 9-11-1S44. Jennie Mills 

Thomas H., 9-24-1849, Kansas City, 
Kansas. 

Catherine J., 5-18-1S53, David Shaf- 
fer, Kendallvilie, Ind. 

Annetta L., 5-27-1856, Amos Rimmel, 
Kendallvilie, Ind. 

(69) 

JEMIMA, daughter of John Sapp 
(28) was bom Jan. 1820. Married 
Silas Oviatt, born in Hudson, Ohio. 

Children: 
■ O. Q., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Sarah, m., — Bissel. 

Benjamin F.. Kendallvilie, Ind. 

Ella v., m. W. H. Camiff, Cleveland 
Ohio. 

(70) 

ELIZABETH, daughter of John 
Sapp (2S) married John Shellhom. 

(71) 
SOPHIA, daughter of John Sapp 
(28) married Hammondtree. 

(72) 

CATHERINE, daughter of Henry 
Sapp (29) and Matilda Boosinger was 
born May 1, 1797 and died Sept 26, 
1830. 

(73) 

ISAAC, son of Henry Sapp (29) and 
Matilda Boosinger was bom June 28, 
1801 and married Sarah Ann White 
Sept. 7, 1S37. She was born July 31, 
1809 and died Dec. 11, 1851. Isaac 
Sapp died April 14, 1874. 

Children: 

225 — Matilda. 

226 — John F. 

227— Belle. 

228— Abigail W. 

(74) . 

JOHN, son of Henry Sapp (29) and 
Matilda Boosinger, was born in Old- 
town, Maryland Dec. 25. 1800. He mar- 
ried, Nov. 25, 1S27, Julia Prentice, born 
June 14, 1809, died Jan. 21, 1S49. He 
married second on Oct. 24, 1871, Mrs. 
Jane Gaylord. Mr. Sapp was a farmer 
in Portage Co., Ohio, a democrat and a 
member of the Methodist church. He 
died Dec. 21, 1872. 



Children: 
229— Electa M. 
230— Cordelia E. 
231— John Wilbur. 
232— Dorlisca. 
233— Lodisca. 
234— Julia E. 
235— Henry P. 
236— Gilford W. 
237— Hendrick W. 

(75) 
SARAH, daughter of Henry Sapp 
(29) and Matilda Boosinger was born 
Oct. 5, 1804, married William Osborn 
April 6, 1836 and died Sept. 29, 1845. 
William Osborn was born Dec. 1804 
and died Feb. 11, 1855. 



Children: 
Elizabeth P. 

Shellhorn. 
Ira C. 



married Thornton 



(76) 



HENRY, son of Henry Sapp (29) 
and Matilda Boosinger, was born Dec. 
15, 1806. married Jan. 1, 18S3 Charlocte 
Hall, who was born Dec. 15, 1813. 

Children: 

238— William. 

239— Matilda. 

240 — Lucy. 

241— Effie. 

(77) 

ELIZABETH, daughter of Henry 
Sapp (29) and Matilda Boosinger was 
born Sept. 15, 1S03. married John 
Carls and died June 5, 1872. 

Children: 

Harriett. 

Henry F., married Julia Allen. 

M. Albert, married Rachel Johnson 
and Polly Allen. 

J. Curtiss. 

Mary M. 

(78) 

HANNAH, daughter of Henry Sapp 
(29) and Matilda Boosinger was bom 
Sept. 28. 1810, married Henry F. Hall 
Aug. 23, 1836. He was born Sept. 
26, 1808, died Sept. 21, 18 70. 

Children: 

Chas. H., married Mary A. Hagen. 

J. Brayton, married Lorinda A. Mc- 
Donald. 



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17 



(79) 
CONRAD, son of Henry Sapp (29) 
£nd Matilda Boosinger was born Dec. 
1, 1812, married Electa Chapman Dec 
S, 1841. 

"Conrad Sapp died at his home 
liere today. He was born in Ravenna 
and with the exception of six months 
In Cleveland, lived here all his life 
of nearly 91 years. He was a member 
of the Ravenna M. E. Church for 75 
years. He helped set the type for the 
first newspaper ever issued from a 
■Ravenna press." — Ravenna newspaper 
clipping. 

(80) 

JACOB, son of Henry Sapp (29) 
and Matilda Boosinger was born 
April 6, 1814, married Eliza Steavens 
Nov. 1, 1S38, and lived at Vandalla, 
111. Eliza Steavens was born June 12 
1829 and died Jan. 8, 1873. 

Children: 

242— Emeline. 

243— Harrison. 

244 — Laura. 

245 — Minerva. 

246— Rhoda. 

247 — Mary Jane. 

248 — Cassius. 



(81) 
ASA, son of Henry Sapp (29) and 
Matilda Boosinger was torn June 15, 
1817, married Hulda W. Shirtliff Feb. 
20, 1845. 

249— Harriett M. 
250— Ellen N. 
251— Charles B. 
252— Ezra J. 
253— Eddie C. 
254 — Eddie G. 

(82) 

DANIEL P., son of Henry Sapp (29) 
and Matilda Boosinger, was born Sept. 
28, 1821, married Lydia Hudson June 
13, 1849. Lydia Hudson was born Sept. 
11, 1829. 

Children: 
255— Hiram. 
256 — Charles H. 
257 — Hudson. 
258— Anna M. 



(86) 
RHUEY ANN, daughter of Jacob 

Sapp (31) married Whitlock. 

Children: 
George. 

(87) 

MOSES, son of Jacob Sapp (31) 
married and lived in Ravenna. 
Children. 
259— Horton. 



(90) 

JOHN, son of George Sapp (32) 
married Elizabeth Smith. He died in 
Clermont Co., Ohio. 

Children: 

260— Raphael. 

261— David. 

262— Gporge. 

263— V/illiam. 

264 — James. 

265— Elizabeth. 

266 — Margaret. 

267— Mary. 

268— Pernelia. 

269 — Susanna. 

270 — Rebecca. 

(91) 
RAPHAEL, son of George Sapp (32) 
married Mary Smith. 

Children: 

271 — George. 

272— William. 

273— Michael. 

274 — Nancy. 

275— Saia. 

276— Elizabeth. 

(92) 

GEORGE, son of George Sapp (22) 
married Sara Canter. He was a Bap- 
tist minister of Clermont C;., Ohio. 

Children: 

277— William. 

278— Jonathan. 

2 79 — Thomas. 

280— George H. 

281— Margaret. 

282— Rebecca. 

283— Mary Jane. 

284— Sarah Ellen. 

(94) 

HARTLEY, son of George Sapp (32) 
was born Dec. 1789, married in Di?< 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



1826 at Danville. Ohio Rachel Sapp 
(178) daughter of George Sapp (47) 
and Catherine Sapp. Hartley Sapp 
was a farmer, lived at Mount Vernon 
Knox Co., Ohio, was a Democrat and 
a Catholic and died Nov. 20, 1SS7. 

Children. 

285 — James. 

286 — Martha Jane. 

287 — Mary Ann. 

288— Frances. 

289— Catherine. 

290— William. 

291— George. 

292— Elizabeth. 

293— Clement. 

294— Clara. 

(95) 

JAMES, son of George Sapp (32) 
married Winnie Blubaugh. 

Children: 

295 — Silverian. 

296 — Lucian. 

297 — James. 

298 — Benjamin. 

299— Mary Ellen. 

300— Margaret. 

301 — Catherine. 

302— Mary Elizabeth. 

303— Winnifred. 

(97) 

NANCY, daughter of George Sapp 
(32) married Titus Hair. 

Children: 

George. 

Elkana. 

Franklin. 

Marcus. 

Margaret. 

Hester. 

Mary Ellen. 

(98) 

ELIZABETH, daughter of George 
Sapp (32) married Henry Her. 

Children: 

George. 

Hartley. 

Isaiah. 

Francis. 

Henry. 

Nancy. 

Hannah. 

Anna Maria. 

Margaret. 



(99) 

HESTER, daughter of George Sapp 
(32) married Mr. McKinzie. 71).-^" 

Children: 

Sylvester. 

Hiliary. 

Moses. 

Rosella. 

Susanna. 

Rebecca. 

Mary Ellen. 

(100) 

CHRISTINE, daughter of George 
Sapp (32) married a Mr. Arnold. <>hA) 

Children: 

William. 

George. 

Jonathan. 

Solomon. 

Margaret. 

Nancy. 

Sarah. 

Matilda. 

(101) 

MARGARET, daughter of George 
Sapp (32) married a Mr. Majors. 

Children: 

Simon. 

Hester Ann. 

Jane. 

Winnie. 

Catherine. 

Lydia. 

Elizabeth. 

Francis. 

(102) 

SARAH, daughter of George Sapp 
(32) married Martin Durbin. 

Children: 

Luke. 

Solomon. 

Francis. 

Ellen. 

Nancy Ann. 

(103) 

SUSANNA, daughter of George 
Sapp (32) married Mr. McKinzie. 

Children: 

Joseph. 

(114) 

HOPKINS, son of Frederick Sapp 
(34), lived at Moscow, Clermont Co., 
Ohio. 



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19 



(116) 
MARGARET, daughter of Frederick 
Sapp (34) married Joseph Ireton, 

(118) 

CASANDER, daughter of Frederick 

Sapp (34) married Stephens and 

lived at Hennings Mill, Ohio. 

(122) 
ABEL, son of Edward Sapp (35) 
lived at Nicholsville, Ohio. 

(135) 

HENRY W., son of Hartley Sapp 
(36) died when his children were 
young and nothing is known of him. 

Children: 

304— Albert. 

305 — Marion. 

306— Charles. 

(136) 

ALVIN, son of Hartley Sapp (36) 
lived at Nerville, Ohio. 

(138) 
EVALYN, daughter of Hartley Sapp 

(36) married tirst Buvinger and 

second Milton Jamieson, a banker of 
Batavia, Ohio. 
Children: 
Jessie. 
Nellie. 

(140) 

HARRIETT, daughter of Hartley 

Sapp (36) married Ferguson, and 

lived in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(151) 

JENNIE, daughter of John Sapp 
(41) and Hettie Barkus married 
Isaac Willis. 

Children: 

Benjamin, who starved to death in 
Libby prison. 

(152) 

THOMAS, son of John Sapp (41) 
and Hettie Barkus married Nancy 
Williams and both died the same day, 
one at sunrise and the other at sun- 
set. One daughter died three weeks 
later. Grandfather Williams took the 
children to Indiana and they were 
raised near Newcastle. 



Children: 

307 — William. 

308— John. 

309 — A daughter. 

310 — A daughter. 

(153) 

HETTY, daughter of John Sapp Ml) 
and Abigail Willis, was born July 15, 
1822; married March 12, 1843, Ell 
Thomas, who was born Oct. 5, 1S21, 
died June 23, 1SS6, and vras the son of 
Andrew Thomas and Margaret Miller. 
Mrs. Hetty Thomas died March 14. 
1909, of apoplexy. 

Children: 

John L., born, 3-28-44; died, 3-27-46. 

Joseph, born, 9-16-46; married Hettie 
Curran. 

Hettie A., born 3-30-4S. 

Henry B.. born 11-31-5C. 
Daniel, b 4-22-53, mar. Rose Harmon. 

Willie. 

Martha, born, 9-12-55; married Rob- 
ert Heisler. 

Lucy, born, 4-4-58; married Charles 
Newcomb. 

Luella, born, 8-6-60; married Harry 
Mitchell. 

Charles, born, 8-15-64. 

Belle, born, 7-23-67; married Frank 
P. Carey. 

(154) 

JOSEPH, son of John Sapp (41 1 and 
Abigail Willis, was born Nov. 28, 1^23. 
and married Dec. 25, 1S52, Ann Eliza 
Cooper, daughter of Henry and Catn- 
erine Cooper. She was born in 1?33. 
Lived in Toronto, Unio. where he re- 
tired in 1908, after an active farm life. 
He was a republican and a membor of 
the Methodist church. He died Dec. 
11, 1909. 

Children: 

811— John R. 

312— George C. 

313— Amanda E. 

314 — James S. 

315 — Emma J. 

316— Anson B. 

(155) 
RUTH ANN, daughter of John 
Sapp (41) and Abigail Willis, was 
bom January 22, 1826; m.irried 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P F a. M I L Y 



July 18 1847, to John Craw- 
ford, who was born May 8, 1824, and 
died July 29, 1870. 

Children: 

Ann, born 2-14-48; married G. W. Mc- 
Coy; resides at Baker City, Ore. 

James Wm., born 5-30-57; married 
Sue Marry; resides at Wamego, Kans. 

Josiah J., born 5-23-52; married 
Clara Skelly; resides at Knoxville, 
Ohio. 

Sarah, born, 10-9-56; married Jos. 
Robert; resides at Knightown, Ind. 

John N., born, 6-29-59; married Liz- 
zy Alexander; resides at Knoxville, 
Ohio. 

Orlando M., born, 12-16-61; married 
Letitia Stewart ; resides at Toronto, 
Ohio. 

Sylvester V., born, 3-20-64; married 
Sarah M. Cullouch; resides at Toron- 
to, Ohio. 

Joseph S., born, 11-18-8C; married 
Felie Lee; resides at Toronto, Ohio. 

(156) 

NANCY, daughter of John Sapp (41) 
and Abigail Willis, was born May 6, 
1828; married James Clendenning 
June 24, 1856. He was the son of 
James Clendenning and Sallie Day, 
was born July 7, 1830, and died March 
11, 1860. Nancy Clendenning died Jan. 
6, 1906. 

Children: 

Abbie S., born, 1-23-53. 

John F., born, 10-19-54. 

May Ophelia, born. 12-22-57; mar- 
ried Daniel Clendenning. 

Josie A., born, 4-5-59; married 
Charles Housholder. 

Martha Jane, born, 5-5-60. 

Mary R., born, 3-27-64; married Web- 
ster Abrams, Knoxville, Ohio. 

Charlotte, born, 7-10-66. 

Minnie E., born 7-23-69. 

Fannie E., bom, 12-13-69; married 
John E. Cole, Toronto, Ohio. 

(158) 

WILLIAM PORTER, son of 
John Sapp (41) and Abigail Willis, 
was bom Oct. 23, 1852; married May 
22, 1873, Cynthia Stewart, daughter of 



William S. and Sophia Stewart. Re- 
sides at Dunkirk, Ohio. 

Children: 

317— Laura Estella. 

318— Sarah Florence. 

319 — John William. 

320 — Hiram Edward. 

321— Joseph Daniel. 

(159) 

DANIEL, son of John Sapp (41) and 
Abigail Willis, was born Sept. 13, 1830. 
and died February, 1856. He went to 
California in the fifties, when about 20 
years old, took a fever and died tnere, 
unmarried, at the age of 25 years. 

(160) 

JOHN, son of Daniel Sapp (iC-t and 
Mary Robeson, was born ITJl, and 
married Elizabeth Meyers, daughter of 
Jacob Myers and Mary Sapp She 
was born ISOO, and died September 12, 
1863. John Sapp died Dec. 1, 1835. 

Children: 

322— Royal D., died in infancy. 

323 — Angelina. 

324— William Fletcher. 

325 — Louisa. 

(161) 

WILLIAM R., son of Daniel Sapp 
(46) and Mary Robeson, was born 
March 4, 1805. He married first, M.-iry 
Givens, and after her death, Siiraii 
Fuller, born Oct. 2, 1825. Wm. R. 
Sapp was a prominent member of the 
bar of Knox county and prominent in 
politics. He served as Postmaster of 
Danville and later was a member .-,f 
the 33d and 34th congresses at the 
time of Franklin Pierce. He was 
elected as a Whig and resided 
at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Mr. Sapp died 
in 1874, and his wife, Sarali, died in 
1878. 

Children by first wife: 

326— Frances. 

Children by second wife: 

327 — Virginia. 

328— William R. 

(162) 
JOSEPH, son of Daniel Sapp (46) 



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21 



and Mary Robeson, married Drusilla 
Welker. 

Children: 

329— Calvin. 

330— William Dillon. 

(163) 

SOLOMON, son of Daniel Sapp (46) 
and Mary Robeson, was born in IS 10. 
He married, first, Maria Butler, and 
second, Rebecca Whitford, daughter of 
Francis Whitford and Sarah Clark. 
He served as Postmaster at Danville. 

Children by first wife: 
331— Mary Ellen. 
332— Joseph. 

Children by second wife: 

333— Winfield. 

334— Charles. 

335— Walter. 

336— William 

337 — Channing. 

(164) 

ENOCH, son of Daniel Sapp (46) 
and Mary Robeson, was born Dec. 6, 
181^ On March 22, 1836, he married 
Ruth Shaw, born May 12. 1817. Enoch 
Sapp died March 21, 1880, and his 
wife died March 13, 1880. 

Children: 
338— Amelia E. 
339— Frances P. 

(165) 

JAMES, son of Daniel Sapp (46) 
and Mary Robeson, died unmarried. 

(166) 

DR. SILAS, son of Daniel Sapp (46) 
and Mary Robeson, was born Nov. 14, 
1818; married Dec. 19, 1841, Melvina 
A. Lawrence, daughter of J'esse and 
Susanna Lawrence. He died Dec. 28, 
1870, in Warsaw, Ind. 

Children: 

340— Rosine, born 10-17-42; died 9- 
23-64. 

341 — William Robeson. 
342 — Columbus Delano. 
343 — Lyman Lawrence. 
344 — Florence. 



(167) 
REBECCA, daughter of Daniel Sapp 
(46) and Mary Robeson, married 
Joseph Wals. 
Children: 

Mary, married Fletcher FrosL 

(168) 
KEZIAH, daughter of Daniel Sapp 
(46) and Mary Robeson, married 
Martin Daton. 

(169) 
ELIZABETH, daughter of Daniel 
Sapp (46) and Mary Robeson, married 
Charles Ells. 

(170) 
JULIA ANN, daughter of Daniel 
Sapp (46) and Mary Robeson, mar- 
ried Jacob Stoffer. 
Children: 

LeRoy, married Sarah Evans. 
Mellie, married Baxter Rickets. 

(171) 
BARBARA, daughter of Daniel Sapp 
(46) and Mary Robeson, was not mar- 
ried. She was named after her grand- 
mother, Barbara Robeson. 

(172) 
LUCINDA, daughter of Daniel Sapp 
(46) and Mary Robeson, was not mar- 
ried. 

(173) 
MARGARET, daughter of George 
Sapp(47) and Catherine Arnold, was 
born April 10, 1798, and married David 
Horton. 
Children: 
Levi. 
Ezra. 
Mary Jane. 

(174) 
ELIZABETH, daughter of George 
Sapp (47j and Catherine Arnold, was 
born May 12, 1800, and married John 
Blubaugh. 

Children: 
Benjamin. 
Zachariah. 
David. 
Rachel. 
Martha. 
Hiliary. 



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(175) 

DELILAH, daughter of George Sapp 
(47) and Catherine Arnold, was born 
Aug. 23, 1S04, and married Jacob Col- 
opy. 

Children: 
Timothy. 
Sarah. 
Jonathan. 
Edward. 
Joseph. 
Levi. 
Matilda. 
Deliah. 

(176) 

LEVI, son of George Sapp (47) and 
Catherine Arnold, was born Nov. 4, 
1802, married Mary Colopy, who was 
bom Oct. 11. 1S05, and died March 21, 
1891. Levi Sapp died Sept. 17, 1874. 

Children: 
345— Sarah A. 
346— George. 
347— William C. 
348 — Lucinda. 
349— Leo W. 
350 — Timothy. 
351 — Solomon C. 
352 — Martha. 
353 — Normanda. 
354 — John A. 
355 — Julius. 

(177) 

JONATHAN A. son of George 
Sapp (47) and Catherine Arnold, was 
bom March 16, 1S09, died Feb. 4, 1886. 
Married Mary Durbin, who was born 
July 11, 1811, and died Jan. 6, 1888. 

Children: 

356 — Simeon. 

357 — Catherine. 

358— Francis. 

359 — Susan. 

360— William. 

361— Francis. 

362— Edmond. 

363— Susanna. 

364— John B. 

365 — Timothy. 

366 — Sarah Ann. 



(178) 

RACHEL, daughter of George Sapp 
(47) and Catherine Arnold, was born 
Sept. 9, 1811, and married Hartley 
Sapp (94) December, 1826. 

Children: 
James. 
Martha Jane. 
Mary Ann. 
Francis. 
Catherine. 
William. 
George. 
Elizabeth. 
Clement. 
Clara. 

" (179) 

ANN, daughter of George Sapp (47) 
and Catherine Arnold, was born July 
10, 1813, and married James White. 
Children: 
Henry. 
Allen. 
Oscar. 
Fannie. 

(180) 

LYDIA, daughter of George Sapp 
(47) and Catherine Arnold, was born 
July 10, 1816, married Da\^d Porter. 

Children: 

James Henry. 

Elizabeth, married Nelson Sapp. 

(181) 

FANNIE, daughter of George Sapp 
(47) and Catherine Arnold, was born 
June 27, 1819, married Edmund Breat 
and is still living, Aug. 1, in DeSoto, 
Mo. 

Children: 
Edward. 
Celia. 

Alice, married — McCabe. 
Annie. 
Charles. 
Raymond. 
William. 
Walter. 



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23 



(182) 

MARTHA, daughter of George Sapp 
(47) and Catherine Arnold, was born 
June 20, 1821, married to Benjamin 
Draper. 

Children: 
Albert. 
Clement. 
Clara. 
Alice. 



(183) 

NOAH, son of William Sapp (49) 
and — Melton, was born Aug. 15, 1809, 
near Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Removed to 
Indiana while a young man and on 
March 11, 1832, married Eliza Jen- 
nings, born Nov. 5, 1811, a daughter of 
Lemuel S. Jennings, captain of 
an American ship during war of 1812. 
Noah Sapp served as captain in Alex- 
ander Bailey's company of mounted 
gunners, Col. I. R. Moore's regiment of 
Illinois Volunteers, during the Black 
Hawk war. Removed later to Tennes- 
see and in 1833 located in Bureau 
County, 111. Millwright by trade and 
erected the first mill on Spring creek. 
In 1848 he moved to Peru, LaSalle 
county, and became a carpenter and 
contractor and in 1862 edited and pub- 
lished the Peru Herald. In politics he 
was first a Whig and then a Republi- 
can, and in religious creed was a 
Universalist. He died May 20, 1870, 
and his wife died at Ottawa, 111., Feb. 
25, 1908. 

Children: 

367 — Louisa Jane, born May 5, 1833, 
died June 21, 1833. 

368— Sarah Ann, bom Sept. 9, 1834, 
died in infancy. 

369 — Mary Ann. 

370— Eliza Jane. 

371 — Francis Marion. 

372 — William Jennings, born March 
10, 1840, died Feb. 7, 1844. 

373 — Solon Noah. 

374— Cordelia Ann. 

375 — Camelia Elvira. 

376 — Alvin Jennings. 

377 — Edgar Soame. 



(184) 

LOUISA, daughter of William Sapp 
(49) and — Melton, was born Nov. 15, 
ISIO, near Mt. Vernon, Ohio. She 
married Jacob Houck and died Aug 
18, 1842. 

(185) 

LEMUEL, son of William Sapp (49) 
and — Melton, was born Dec. 23, 1814, 
near Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

(186) 

RBZIN, son of William Sapp (49) 
and — Melton, was born in Knox 
county, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1816, attended 
Knox College and studied law with 
Wm. R. Sapp (169). August 4, 1S?.3, 
became a licensed preacher of the 
Methodist Church, and continued in 
the ministry until his death. May 5. 
1873. Was presiding elder for three 
consecutive terms, a thing very un- 
usual at that time, and was a candi- 
date for Bishop in 1S64. Said to be a 
great pulpit orator, and was a writer 
of some note. On Aug. 30, 1S42. h« 
married Margaret Leonora Peyre Fer- 
ry at Monroe, Michigan. 

Children: 

378— Dexter T. 
379— William F. 
380— Charles H. 
381— John R. 
382— Peyre Ferry. 
383— Edward E. 

(187) 

ALVIN, son of William Sapp (49) 

and Melton was bom near Mt. 

Vernon, Ohio., Oct. 21, 1818. Removed 
to Illinois, 1874 and lived in Peru. 111. 
for 23 years. Was a dealer in 
harness and saddles. Lived also in 
Bunker Hill, Kansas, LaSalle and Ot- 
tawa, 111. He married in 1855 Sophia 
Wiedknecht, born in Rothan. France, 
June 29. 1831. Alvin Sapp was a Re- 
publican and a member of the Meth- 
odist Church. He died in Ottawa, Jan. 
2, 1880 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Children: 

384— Laura E. 
3S5— Lucy Anu 
386— Herbert Noah 

(188) 

CORDELIA, daughter of William 

Sapp (49) and Melton was born 

Oct. 7, 1820, married a Mr. Haun, Dec. 
1841 and died July IS, 1842. 

(189) 

%VILLIAM HENRY HARRISOX, son 

of William Sapp (49) and Melton 

was born Sept. 28, 1S22. Learned the 
tailor trade. Moved to Xarveau, 111., 
met Joseph Smith and studied for the 
Mormon ministry, but gave it up later. 
He married in 1S2'J, Mahala Cohenour, 
who died in 1S64, while her husband 
was serving in the Civil War as a pri- 
vate in Company F., 20th Regiment 
Wisconsin Volunteers. He was a Re- 
publican. He died in 1877. 
Children: 

387— Lewis 

388— Frank 

389— Mariah 

390— Frances. 

391— Addie 

392 — Jefferson 

393— William. 

394 — Susan. 

(190) 

ADOLIZA, daughter of William Sapp 
(49) and Charity Hays Putnam, was 
born Aug. 6, 1827, married George 
Mansfield 1853, and died October, 1S63. 

Children: 
Lillian. 
Francis. 

(191)- 

JEFFERSON CLAY, son of William 
Sapp (49) and Charity Hays Putnam, 
was born Feb. 21, 1830, married Ra- 
chel Spindler, died June 21, 1880. 

Children : 

395 — Mary Louise. 

396 — Jennie AntoHiette. 

397— Walter Spindler. 



(192) 

LEWIS FRANKLLN, son of William 
Sapp (49) and Charity Hays Putnam, 
was born June 9, 1S32; was married to 
Mary Ann Wirt. July 2, 1854. She 
was born Oct. 6, 1832. 

Children: 
398- George W. 
399— Selora Florence. 
400— Sarah Ellen. 
401 — INlary Florence. 
402 — Owen Ulysses. 
403— Flora Bell. 
404 — Lewis Maynard. 

(193) 

MARY C, daughter of William Sapp 
(49) and Charity Hays Putnam, was 
born Sept. 10, 1834, and on April 23, 
1861, married Mathias Sebastian Tres- 
sel. 

Children: 

Ida v., born. Aug. 14, 1862. 

Sarah F., born, July 30, 1865. 

Ulysses S. G., born, Sept. 7, 1S6S, 
married Lula E. Lybarger. 

Ch. Mary Marie. 

Charles N., born Sept. 7, 1872; mar- 
ried Maud E. Ridge. 

Ch. Garnett A.; Margaret F.; Thore 
Leon; Mary Pauline. 

Jennie D., born Nov. 19, 1875. 

(194) 

MADISON NAPOLEON, son of Wil- 
liam Sapp (49) and Charity H. Put- 
nam, was born Sept. 26. 1837; mar- 
ried Mary Murphy; and died April 17, 
1896. 

Children: 

405— Minnie. 

406— John. 

407— Edward. 

408— Oliver. 

409— Bert- 

(195) 

ULYSSES, son of William Sarp (49) 
and Charity H. Putnam, was born in 
1837. He was a member of Company 
E, 20th Regiment Ohio Volunteer In- 
fantry. Died at Andersonville prison, 
Oct. 28, 1864. 



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25 



(197) 
ARMINTA FLORE.N'CE, daughter of 
William Sapp (49) and Charity H. Put- 
nam, was born Dec. 3, 1S45; married in 
1869, Daniel Richard Campbell who 
died in 1890. 
Children: 

Bertha May, born May 24, 1S70. 
Claude Carlisle, born 1S74, married 
Lillian L. Lewis. 
(202) 
LEWIS, son of Adam Sapp (51) was 
bom Oct. 29, 1S18 in Pennsylvania and 
married Sarah Arnold. July 28, 1843. 
He moved from Danville, Ohio, to St. 
Augustine, 111., in 1S55. He enlisted in 
the army and died of disease contract- 
ed in the service. Was buried at 
Quincy, 111. 
Children: 
410— Calvin Adam. 
411— Ellas Wilson. 
(204) 
CHARLES, son of Adam Sapp (51) 
lived in Knox Co. Ohio, but beyond this 
we know nothing of him. 
Children: 
412— Eliza. 
413— John M. 
414— Ellas T. 
415— Frank O, 
416— Jane E. 
417— Charley S. 
418— Thomas W. 
(205) 
NELSON, son of Adam Sapp (51) 
Is said to have been a soldier in the 
Civil War, but as to his service we 
know nothing. 

(207) 
ABSOLEM, son of Adam Sapp (51) 
and Mary Lybarger was, on Jan. 13, 
1848, married to Elizabeth Flickinger, 
daughter of John and Catharine Flick- 
inger. 
Children: 

419— Rachel A., born April 17, 1852 
420— Daniel M., born Jan. 9, 1856. 
421— Samuel W., born Nov. 10, 

1857. 
422— Elizabeth A., born Nov. 18, 

1862. 
423— Luther F., born Oct. 18, 1865. 



(208) 

WILLIA.M, son of Elijah Sapp (59) 
and Lydia Cain, was born Oct. 5, 1802 
at Hollandsville, Del., and died Nov. 
5, 1SS4. On March 11, 1824, he mar- 
ried Margaret Elizabeth Reed, born 
Oct. 7, 1808, and died Oct. 26, 1886. 
daughter of David Reed and Elizabeth 
Stradley. William Sapp was one of 
Kent County's most prosperous farm- 
ers and was known as "Rich Bill 
Sapp." His home was situated on the 
old stage road from Frederick to Den- 
ton. Was a Democrat and elected as 
State Senator but could not serve be- 
cause of his other interests. 
Children: 

424— Lydia. 

425 — Solomon L. 

426— John R. 

427— Elijah. 

428— Isabella. 

429 — Angelina. 

430— David R. 

431 — Hezekiah. 

432— Edward. 

433 — James Emery. 

(209) 

EPHRIAM, son of Elijah Sapp (59) 
and Lydia Cain was born Jan. S. 1805. 
In Delaware, died Oct. 6, 1S78 at 
Wyanet, 111. Was married March 1, 
1827 to Mary Morris who was born 
May 15, 1812, died Nov. 28, 1835, daugh- 
ter of Boas and Aner Morris. Ephriam 
was a farmer, a Democrat and a .Meth- 
odist, and resided at Wyanet, 111. 
Children: 

434 — Isaac. 

435 — Lydia. 

436— Sarah Elizabeth. 

437— Aner. 

438— Wm. Henry. 

439 — Samuel. 

440— Charlotte. 

441 — Levi. 

442 — Mary Catherine. 

443— Susan Matilda. 

(210) 

SOLOMON, son of Elijah Sapp (59) 
and Lydia Cain, was born Jan. 4. 1S08 
at Hollandsville, Del., and died Dec. 
35, 1891. He married first in May, 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



1828, Margaret Wilson. She died Jan. 

1829. Married second time, Margaret 
B. White, who died Jan. 1832. Mar- 
ried third time Ann Carter, Dec. 20, 
1832. She was born OcL 15, 1812 and 
died May 28, 1SS5. He married fourth 
time in 1888, Mrs. Stevens. In 1835 
Mr. Sapp removed to Illinois and lo- 
cated in Bureau County, where he 
bought land. Is now a large land own- 
er In the county. It is said that at a 
party one evening, Solomon Sapp was 
Introduced to three young ladies all of 
whom he afterwards married and in 
the order that he met them. It was 
the request of his first wife that he 
marry her dearest friend, Margaret 
White. Mr. Sapp is a Democrat and 
has been an active member of the 
Methodist Church. 

Children by first wife: 

444— John W. 
By third wife: 

445 — Henry. 

446— Elijah. 

447— Alfred. 

448— Sarah E. 

449 — Ann Eliza. 

450— Rachel L. 

451— Juliet. 

452 — Solomon. 

(211) 

HEZEKIAH, son of Elijah Sapp (59) 
and Lydia Cain was born in 1813; mar- 
ried Mary J. Bostic, bom June, 1814, 
died Aug. 21, 1846. Married second, 
Mary Ann Vickery. 
Children by first wife: 

453— Andrew J. 

454— Margaret Elizabeth. 

455— Major B. 

456— Unity. 

457 — Lucinda. 

458 — Mary Jane. 

(212) 

LEVI, son of Elijah Sapp (59) and 
Lydia Cain was born July 7, 1817 in 
Kent County, Del., and died Jan. 1, 
1882 at Glidden, Iowa. Married Sept. 
8, 1837, Susan Wix, born Sept. 1, 1817 
and died Dec. 30 1896. 

Children: 

459 — Ephraim. 



460 — James. 
461 — Sylvaner. 
462— .Mary Jane. 
463^Robert Henry. 
464— Elizabeth Ann. 
465 — Susan Emily. 
466— Solomon. 
467— Martha. 

(213) 
ANDREW, son of Elijah Sapp (59) 
and Lydia Cain, was born Jan. 1S20, 
married Lovina Hopkins, Jan. 1837, 
and died June 28, 1859. 
Children: 

468- William. 
46& — Reuben. 
470— Mary. 
471— Sarah. 
472— Solomon. 
473 — Louis. 
474— Noah. 
475— Elijah. 

(214) 
JOHN, son of Levi Sapp (60) and 

Traney was bom in 1804, man-led 

Louisa. 
Children: 

476— William T. 
477— Levi. 
478— Samuel M. 
479— Berry W. 
480 — James M. 
481— Edwin. 
482- Elizabeth. 
483— Matilda, 
484 — Mathewson. 

(215) 

THOMAS, son of Levi Sapp (50) and 
Traney, married Nancy. — 

Children: 

485 — Henrietta. 
486 — Traney. 
487— Polly Ann. 
488 — Parilee. 
489— Martha Jane. 
490 — Sarah. 
491— Mandy. 
492— Bettie. 
493— Wm. Henry. 
494— John. 
495— Eli. 
496 — Overton. 



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27 



(221) 

HENRY F.. son of Isaac Sapp (66) 
and Susanne Miiler, was born Sept. 
28, 1833 in Portage County, Ohio, but 
when 10 years of age the family moved 
to Noble County, Ind., where they re- 
sided for 13 years, afterwards going 
to Nemeha, Neb. He married first 
on Nov. 12, 1857, Nettie Schoonover, 
Feb. 5, 1841, daughter of Dennis and 
Anne Schoonover. Nettie Sapp died 
Nov. 5. ISSl. Mr. Sapp married sec- 
ond on Oct. 7, 1SS2. Emily Argo, May 
28, 1844, daughter of Jeremiah Argo 
and Thurza Center. H. F. Sapp was 
a soldier in the Civil War on the 
Union side. 

Children by first wife: 

497— John W. 

498— Samuel W. 

499 — Mary L. 

500— Annetta. 

501 — Susanne. 

502— Luella. 

503— Bettie A. 

504— Effie E. 

505— Geo. H. 

506— Alburtes. 

507— Warren E. 
Children by second wife: 

508— Hettie B. 

509— Jesse L. 

510— Hugh E. 

511 — Loretta. 

(222) 

SAMUEL, son of Isaac Sapp (66) 
and Susanne Miller was born in Port- 
age County, Ohio, in 1836 and died 
In 1854. 

(223) 

GEORGE, son of Isaac Sapp (66) 
and Susanne Miller, was bom in 1841. 
He married Ellen Walters. Died in 
April, 1899. 
Children: 
B12 — Isaac. 
513— Charles. 
514— Frank. 

(224) 

LORETTA, daughter of Isaac Sapp 
(66) and Susanne Miller, was bom 
April 8, 1847. She mairied in 1867 



Chas. Tyson, born May 4, 1846. She 
died April 20, 1873. He died Oct 24, 
1905. 

Children: 
Belle B. Sept. 26, 1868. Married 
John Martin, now lives at 
Touchet, Wash. 
James F. B. Sept. 27, 1870. 
Charles W. 
Loretta M. 
Frank J. 
Lucy B. 
Blanche M. 
Pearl C. 

(225) 
MATILDA, daughter of Isaac Sapp 
(73) and Sarah Ann White, was born 
Feb. 3, 1839. Died Nov. 29. 1873. She 
married Joseph Glidhill July 17, 1863. 
He was born June 17, 1837. 
Children: 
Chas. Harrison. 
Minnie Josephine. 

(226) ^ 

JOHN FOLEY, son of Isaac Sapp 
(73) and Sarah Ann White, was bcra 
Jan. 1, 1844. He married Mary E. 
Glidhill, daughter of JoLn Gliahill 
and Sarah Midgley. Mr. Sapp is a 
manufacturer by trade, a Repub- 
lican in politics, and a Protestant in 
religion. He was in the Civil War and 
with Sherman in his march to tho 
sea. 

Children: 
515— Mary I. 
516 — Jennie Bell. 
517— Frank Glidhill, deceased. 
518 — Mattie Irene, deceased. 

(227) 

ISABELLE, daughter of Isaac Sapp 
(73) and Sarah Ann White, was bom 
June 11, 1847. She married Cyma 
Bailey, Sept. 28. 1870. He was born 
July 19, 1847. Now resides at West- 
ern Springs, 111. 

Children: 

Mattie Warner. 
Cora Bessie. 

(230) 

CORDELIA E., daughter of John 
Sapp (74) and Julia Prentice, was 



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born May 7, 1832, and died Feb. 17, 
1891. Married Dec. 28, 1835, William 
Highman, born Oct. 26, 1862. 
Children: 

Alden P. 

John H. 

William W. 

Elery S. 

Gilford W. 

Howard N. 

Julia E. 

(231) 
JOHN W., son of John Sapp (74) 
and Julia Prentice, was born May 7, 
1834. Married Sara:h J. Risk. Feb. 9, 
1860. She was born Nov. 1833. 

(232) 
DORLISCA, daughter of John Sapp 
(74) and Julia Prentice, was bom July 
8, 1836. Married Nov. 29, 1863 Stephen 
Hicox, born Nov. 27, 1831. 
Children: 

Dora B., Jan. 26, 1865. 
Cynthia, July 24, 1867. 
Katie, Sept. 27, 1869. 

(234) 
JULIA, daughter of John Sapp (74) 
and Julia Prentice, was born May 17, 
1839. Married March 13, 1873 to Lorin 
F. Shirtliff, born Oct. 26, 1849. 
Children: 
Berlin B. Jan. 17, 1874. 
(235) 
HENRY P., son of John Sapp (74) 
and Julia Prentice, was born Dec. 3, 
1842 at Ravenna, Ohio. Died at Good- 
land, Kansas March 21, 1904. Mar- 
ried Mary Etta Fifefield July 4, 1872. 
She was the daughter of Geo. and 
Pauline Fifefield and was born Aug. 
25, 1850. Henry was a farmer and a 
Democrat, lived at Jewell City, Kan- 
sas. 

Children: 

519— George W. 
520— Florence Mattie. 
521 — Clara Pauline. 
(238) 
WILLIAM, son of Henry Sapp Jr. 
(76) and Charlotte Hall, was married 
March, 1858 to Elizabeth Bolton, and 
on April 11. 1871 to Anna Chapman. 



(239) 
MATILDA, daughter of Henry Sapp, 
Jr. (76) and Charlotte Hall, was born 
Feb. 26, 1837. Married Aaron Milli- 
gan Oct. 11, 1857. 

(240) 
LUCY, daughter of Henry Sapp, Jr. 
(76) and Charlotte Hall, was born Jan. 
24, 1847. Married H. F. Cutler Jan. 
31, 1877. 

(241) 
EFFIE, daughter of Henry Sapp, Jr. 
(76) and Charlotte Hall, was born Oct. 
8, 1851. Married Jan. 17, 1878 Joseph 
Glidhill, born June 17, 1837. 
(242) 
EMELINE, daughter of Jacob Sapp 
(80) and Eliza Steavens, was born 
Aug. 15, 1839. Married Thomas Long 
Sept. 4, 185—. 
Children: 

William Wallace. 

Robert Albert. 

Elizabeth. 

Ellen. 

Thomas Oliver. 

Chas. Henry. 

Anna. 

(244) 
LAURA, daughter of Jacob Sapp 
(80) and Eliza Steavens, now lives in 
Vandalia, 111. 

(245) 
MINERVA, daughter of Jacob Sapp 
(80) and Eliza Steavens, was born 
Sept. 19, 1847. Married J. Apply, Maj, 
1861. 

Children: 
Fred. 
Frank. 
Reuben. 
OUinay. 

(246) 
RHODA, daughter of Jacob Sapp 

(80) and Eliza Steavens. Married 
Cyrus B. Hampton in 1867. 

(249) 
HARRIET M., daughter of Asa Sapp 

(81) and Hulda Shirtliff, was bom 
April 23, 1846. Married Norman Strat- 
ton April 10, 1863. 

Children: 
Benjamin. 
Gertie M. 



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29 



(250) 
ELLEN N., daughter of Asa Sapp 

(81) and Hulda Shirtliff, was born Jan. 
11, 1S50. :Married March 28, 1S69, 
George Grinnell, born Sept. 23, 1847. 

Children: 
Julia M. 

(255) 
HIRAM, son of Daniel Sapp (82) 
and Lydia Hudson, was born March 

26, 1850. Married Dec. 24, 1S73, Mary 
A. O. Barlow, born Feb. 29, 1S52. He 
attended the University of Woaster 
and spent several years as principal 
and superintendent of schools in 
Ohio. Removed to West and in 1S89 
to Wyoming and has become one of 
the right hand men and business ad- 
viser of Senator F. E. Warren. Is a 
Mason and Odd Fellow, 

Children: 

522 — Harry Barlow. 

523— Bertha Francis. 
(256) 
CHARLES H., son of Daniel- Sapp 

(82) and Lydia Hudson, was born Feb. 

27, 185S and was married June 18, 1879 
to Sarah Hall, born Jan. 19, 1859. 
daughter of Henry M. Hall and Marie 
Walker. Mr. Sapp was educated at 
the Ravenna High School and has 
been quite a writer for the farm pa- 
pers, being well qualified because of 
his success in farming the old place 
his grandfather purchased in 1802. 
He is a prominent Methodist and Pres- 
ident of the Board of Trustees of that 
church in Ravenna. 

Children: 

524— Flora L. 

525— Arthur H. 

526— Ernest C. 

(257) 
ISAAC HUDSON, son of Daniel F. 
Sapp (82) and Lydia Hudson, was bom 
near Ravenna, Ohio, May 23, 1857. He 
Is of a mechanical turn of mind and 
has patented a few of his ideas. Is 
a machinist by trade and has been con- 
siderable of a traveler, being at one 
time in the bicycle business on ihe Is- 
land of Tahiti. Society Group, South 
Pacific Ocean. He is now living in 
Cheyenne, Wyoming 



(258) 
ANNA, daughter of Daniel F. Sapp 
(82) and Lydia Hudson, was born May 
23, 1S57. She married B. F. Rawlings. 

(259) 

HORTON, son of Moses Sapp (87) 
is living in Ravenna, Ohio, and is en- 
gaged in the postoffice work. 

(260) 

RAPHAEL, son of John Sapp (90) 
and Elizabeth Smith, married Martha 
Mockiby. 
Children: 

527— John H. 
528— Mary. 
529— Alice. 
530— Emma. 
531— M. Jane. 

(261) 

DAVID BOWMAN, son of John Sapp 
(90) and Elizabeth Smith, was born 
April 2, 1821 at Alexandria, Kentucky 
and died March 20, 1895 at Altamcn't, 
111. He married first Elizabeth Mor- 
ford, Aug. 12, 1841 at New Richmond, 
Clearmont County, Ohio. She was 
born Sept. 24, 1817 at Brcokville, Ky. 
Died Sept. 7, 1850 at Brookville. He 
married second, Feb. 6, 1857 Rachel 
A. Morford, born May 20, 1813 and 
who died Jan. 23, 1900. 

David Sapp was a Democrat, and 
came from Kentucky to Illinois abviut 
1854. Was a medical graduate but aft- 
er practicing a year or two entered 
the ministry of the Methodist Church 
about 1850, and was a traveling preach- 
er till his health failed in 1SS5 and 
then became a local preacher. 
Children by first wife: 

532 — John Thomas. 

533— William James. 

534 — Elizabeth Margaret. 

535 — Napoleon Massillion. 
Children by second wife: 

536 — Perry Jasper. 

(262) 

GEORGE, son of John Sapp (90) 
and Elizabeth Smith is now living in 
Chicago. Address care the Ililnols 
Cent. R. R., Central Station. 



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(263) 

WILLIAM JAMES, son of John Sapp 
(90) and Elizabeth Smith is now living 
at West Salem, 111. 

(271) 

GEORGE, son of Raphael Sapp (91) 
and Mary Smith lived in East Monroe, 
Ohio. He married Rachel Bredwell. 

(277) 
WILLIAM, son of George Sapp (92) 
and Sara Canter, married Elizabeth 
Dunham, born May 15, 1830. They 
lived in Williamsburg, Ohio. 
Children: 

537— Reese D. 
538 — Jonathan L. 
539— Norman D. 
(278) 
JONATHAN, son of George Sapp 
(92) and Sara Canter, married Sarah 
A. Nichols. Family all deceased. They 
lived near Aurelia, Ohio. 
Children: 

540 — Leonidas. 
541 — George. 
542— Harriet. 

(279) 

THOMAS, son of George Sapp (92) 
and Sara Canter, married Mary A. 
Gregor. They live in Riley, Ind. 

Children: 
543 — Jerome. 
544 — George. 
545 — Hiram. 
546 — Sherman. 
547 — Thomas. 
548— Ella. 
549— Ida. 
550— Mary. 

(280) 
GEORGE H., son of George Sapp 
(92) and Sara Canter, married Nancy 
J. Clark. 
Children: 

551— Elizabeth. 
552— Celeste. 
553— Sara L. 
554 — Alberta. 

(281) 
MARGARET, daughter of George 
Sapp (92) and Sara Canter, married 



James E. Frazler. 
Children: 
Stephen. 
George. 
Sarah. 

(282) 

REBECCA, daughter of George Sapp 
(92) and Sara Canter, married Jason 
L. Aldridge. Both are dead, they re- 
sided in Williamsburg, Ohio. 

(283) 

MARY JANE, daughter of George 
Sapp (92) and Sara Canter, married 
Wilson M. Clair and second, James 
Ashton. 

(284) 

SARAH ELLEN, daughter of Gecrge 
Sapp (92) and Sara Canter, married 
William Ashton. 
Children: 
George W. 

Charles S., Married Clara Pea- 
body. (Is publisher of the 
Northern Nebraska Journal;. 
Eddie. 

Harry W., Married M. Morebead. 
Lillian. 
Nettie L., Married Geo. Sprague. 

(285) 

JAMES, son of Hartley Sapp (94) 
and Rachel Sapp (178) was born Oct. 
2, 1832, married Catherine Pattoc, 
June 9, 1857, Mt. Vernon. She was 
bom Nov. 1, 1837 at New Haven, O. 
Died Jan. 28, 18SS at Mt. Veiaon. He 
is a shoe merchant in Toledo. A Cath- 
olic in religion and a Democrat in pol- 
itics. 

Children: 

555 — William. 

556 — Clarence. 

557 — Charles. 

558— Elizabeth. 

559 — Minnie. 

(288) 

FRANCES, daughter of Hartley 
Sapp (94) and Rachel Sapp (17S) mar- 
ried Ed Carpenter. Had one eon. 



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31 



(290) 
WILLIAM, son of Hartley Sapp (94) 
and Rachel Sapp (178) married Hat 
tie Bailey. He was a maahinist. 
Children: 

560 — William. 
561 — A daughter. 

(291) 
GEORGE, son of Hartley Sapp (94) 
and Rachel Sapp (178) was born Aug. 
IS, 1845. Married Dec. 2S, 1869, Is- 
abelle Hess, born Jan. 6, 1S46, daugh- 
ter of Samuel and Sarah Hess. Farm- 
ed until 1907 when he retired to Dan- 
ville, Ohio, where he now lives. Mr. 
Sapp is a Democrat and a Catholic. 
Mrs. Bell Sapp died Sept. 3, 1901 and 
he married May 24, 1904 Georgia 
Blckel, born Oct. 26, 1866. 
Children: 
562— Fidelias E. 
563 — Frank A. 
564 — Raymond M. 
565— Curtis L. 
666 — Ayman A. 
567— Etta C. 
568— Mildred O. 
569— Clarence D. 
570— Oda C. 
571— Zeta M. 
572— Lizzie A. 
By second marriage: 
573— Rachel E. 

(292) 
ELIZABETPI, daughter of Hartley 
Sapp (94) and Rachel Sapp (178) was 
born March 8, 1848. On Feb. 26, 1871, 

she married Blubaugh. 

(293) 
CLEMENT, son of Hartley Sapp 
(94) and Rachel Sapp (178) married 
Lillian King. 
Children: 
574— Rose. 
575 — Clara. 
576— Thomas. 

(294) 
CLARA, daughter of Hartley Sapp 
(S4) and Rachel Sapp (178) married 
Mr Shaw. 
Children : 
Two boys. 
Two girls. 



(304) 

ALBERT, son of Henry W. Sapp 
(135), now lives at Machias, Washing- 
ton, being postmaster at that place. 

(308) 

JOHN W., son of Thomas Sapp (152) 
and Nancy Williams, married Teressa 
Rogers Oct. 13, 1855. 
Children: 

577 — William. 

578 — George. 

579 — John W. 

580 — Nelson. 

581 — James. 

582— Mable. 

(311) 

JOHN R., son of Joseph Sapp (154) 
and Ann Eliza Cooper, was born Oct. 
18, 1852. Married April 16, 1878, Sarep- 
ta A. Pool, born Nov. 20. 1852, daugh- 
ter of William and Nancy A. Pool. In 
early life Mr. Sapp taught school for 
a few years, but took up farming and 
has followed it ever since. He is a Re- 
publican and a Methodist. Lives near 
Toronto, Ohio. 
Children: 

583— Charles A. 

584— Ross W. 

585— Loyd L. 

586— John E. 

587— Elbert L. 

588— Joseph M. 

(312) 

GEORGE C, son of Joseph Sapp 
(154) and Ann Eliza Cooper, was bora 
July 7, 1854. Married Catherine 
Herald, daughter of James and Eliza- 
beth Herald. 

Children: 

589— Nancy L 

(313) 

AMANDA, daughter of Joseph Sapp 
(154) and Ann Eliza Cooper, was born 
Oct. 18, 1856. Married Wm. Z. Fresh- 
water, son of Reuben and Lydia Fresh- 
water. 

(314) 

JAMES S., son of Joseph Sapp ri54) 
and Ann Eliza Cooper, was born Nov. 



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24. 1S58. Married Belle C. Johnston 
daughter of Henry and Margaret 
Johnston. 

Children: 

590— Elizabeth J. 
(315) 
EMMA J., daughter of Joseph Sapp 
(154) and Ann Eliza Cooper, was born 
Aug. 29, 1S64. Married Paul M. Pvle, 
son of V.'illiam and Elizabeth Pyle! 
Children: 
Joseph S., Married Lizzie Parsons. 
Annie B. 
Edgar A. 
Oliver W. 
Louise Twins 
Verna. " 

(316) 
AXSOX B., son of Joseph Sapp (154) 
and Ann Eliza Cooper, was born Oct. 
17, 1S6S. Never married. 

(317) 
LAURA ESTELLA, daughter of Wil- 
liam Sapp (15S) and Cynthia Stewart, 
was born March 4, 1877. Married 
Grant Eggleston. 
Children: 
Robert. 
William. 
Nelson. 
Cynthia Ann. 

(318) 
SARAH FLORENCE, daughter of 
William Sapp (1.58) and Cynthia Stew- 
art, was born April 25, 1879. 

(319) 
JOHN -WILLIAM, son of William 
Sapp (158) and Cynthia Stewart, was 
bom May 31, 1881. Married Nellie 
May Sute. 

Children: 

591 — William Francis. 
592— Helen May. 
(320) 
HIRAM EDWIN, son of William 
Sapp (158) and Cynthia Stewart, was 
born Oct. 5, 1SS3. 

(321) 
JOSEPH DANIEL, son of William 
Sapp (158) and Cynthia Stewart, was 
born Jan. 30. 1888. 



(323) 

ANGELINA, daughter of John Sapp 
(160) and Elizabeth Mevers, was 
born in 1822 in Knox County. Ohio 
She married March 13, 1842. Dr. A. F. 
Stanley, son of Wm. Lytle and Eliza 
Fleming Stanley, who died in 1873 
Angelina died Aug. 11, 1884 at Patter- 
son, O. 

Children: 

George Washington, born 2-22-1843 

Killed in Civil War. 
William Eugene, born 12-28-1841. 
Married Emma L. Hills. 
Children: 

Charles, Deceased. 
Harry W., born 8-25-1880. 
Harriet E., 8-23-1884. 
Wm. f:ugene. born 4-30-1891. 
Ermina Jane, born 5-1846. Died in 
Infancy. 

John Ronceville. born 11-6-1849. 
Married Clara Nelson. 
Children: 
Almon F. 
Roy. 
Ethel. 
Harriet Josephine, born 1-12-1851. 
Clara Louisa, married Dr. Win- 
field Sapp (333). 
Almon Fleming, born 4-oS, married 
Josephine Pittinger. 

Children: 

Fode S., bom 7-16-18S1. 

Wm. Eugene Stanley was born in 
Harden County, Ohio, spent his early 
life upon the farm. He received his 
education in the common schools and 
a short time at Delaware and studied 
law in office in Patterson. While still 
a young man he removed to Jefferson 
County, Kansas, where he engaged in 
the practice of his profession and in 
teaching school. He v.as elected Coun- 
ty Attorney of this county. In 1872 
he removed to Wichita, Kansas, where 
he has since lived. Was early elect- 
ed a member of the Legislature from 
that district and later County Attor- 
ney. In 1898 he was elected Governor 
of the state of Kansas and re-elected 
in 1900 and his name was before the 
Legislature for U. S. Senator. After 



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33 



the expiration of his term as Governor, 
he accepted a place on the Dawes 
Commission to the Five civilized tribes 
and spent the succeeding year at 
Tishomingo, capital of the Chickashaw 
Nation. The worlc, however, was un- 
congenial and he resigned to renew 
the active practice of law at Wichita, 
Kans. He has always been an ardent 
Republican. He belongs to the Meth- 
odist Church and for over 25 years 
was superintendent of the largest 
Sunday School in the state. 

Harry W. Stanley above should 
have some slight mention perhaps as 
one of the editors of this work. :\Ir. 
Stanley is a graduate of Baker and 
Columbia Universities. He is engaged 
in business at Wichita as General 
Agent for the Equitable Life Insur- 
ance Company of Iowa. As a recrea- 
tion, Mr. Stanley is much interested 
in music and is director of one of the 
largest choirs and Male Glee Clubs 
in Kansas. Married Nov. 28, 1906, 
Blanche S. Imboden. 

Children: 

Lawrence Eugene, b 10-22-08. 

(324) 

WILLIAM FLETCHER, son of .John 
Sapp (160) and Elizabeth Meyers was 
born at Danville, Ohio. Nov. 20. 1844. 
Received his education at Martinsburg 
Academy and later studied law in the 
offices of Delano & Sapp, and was ad- 
mitted to the bar on June 27, 1S50. 
In the fall of that year he was nomi- 
nated for Prosecuting Attorney of 
Knox County, and actively identified 
himself with politics the remainder 
of his life. He was prominent in the 
formation of the Republican party in 
1854 and was twice elected as Prose- 
cuting Attorney. In 18.59, compelled 
by his health to seek a new location, 
he removed to Omaha. Xeb. Was 
Adjutant General of Nebraska Terri- 
tory and a member of the Legislative 
Committee. Served as Lieutenant 
Colonel against the Indians in 1S62. 
Removed to Council Bluff, Iowa, where 
he remained until his death, being a 
State Representative, United States 
District Attorney and Congressman 



and one of the prominent and most 
respected men of that district. 

On December 29, 1S.')6, he married 

Mary C. Brown, daughter of Cai)tain 

Richard M. Brown, of the War of 1S12. 

Colonel Sapp died November 22, 1S90. 

Children: 

593— William F. Jr. 
(325) 
LOUISA, daughter of John Sapp 
(160) and Elizabeth Meyers, was born 
March 16, 1S27. She married Elias 
T. Payne. 
Children: 

John R., born March 12, 1848. Mar- 
ried Ida J. Butler. 
Charles E., born Dec. 4, 1850. Died 

1850. 
Selora A., born Nov. 18, 1857. Mar- 
ried Sherman White. 
Walter S., born Sept. 24, 1852. 

Died Sept. 30. 1837. 
William E., born Oct. 20, 1854. 

Married Caroline Parish. 
Mary F., born Mar. 23, 1S55. Mar- 
ried William Miller. 
Sanford E., born Aug. 18, 1861. 

Married Ira J. Totten. 
Clara B., born Aug. 19, 1863. Died 
Mar. 10, 1S66. 

(327) 
VIRGINIA, daughter of William R. 
Sapp (161) and Sarah Fuller, was born 
in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, May 15. 1852. Oa 
April 29. 1875, she married Zachary T. 
Carpenter an attorney. She now lives 
in Washington, D. C. 

(328) 
WILLIAM E. Jr., son of William 
Sapp (161) and Sarah Fuller, was 
born August 13, 1855, and died Feb. 
2, 1905. He was not married. 

(329) 
CALVIN, son of Joseph Sapp (1^2) 
and Drusilla Welker, married Sarah 
Baker, daughter of Peter and Barbara 
Baker. In 1S52 Calvin Sapp v.ent to 
California for gold. He drove across 
the plains and mountains with ox 
teams. Not meeting with success as 
a miner, he became a physician on a 
sailing vessel to China, practiced 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY. 



awhile in China and finally worked his 
way b."ck home via New York. 
Children: 

594— Clinton E. 

595 — Laura C. 

596— Dora B. 

597— Victoria. 

598— Louetta. 

(330) 

WM. DILLON, son of Joseph Sapp 

(162) and Drusilla Welker, was a sol- 
dier in the regular army when a young 
man, and later went Into the hotel 
business and remained in that busi- 
ness until he died in 1SS5. 

Children: 
599— Louella. 

(332) 

JOSEPH, son of Solomon Sapp (163) 
and Maria Butler, was born in Dan- 
ville, Ohio, April 17, 1841. He married 
Ruth M. Jefferson Feb. 1S78. In 18S2, 
they moved to Cuyahoga Falls, where 
Mr. Sapp engaged in the hardware bus- 
iness until his death April 4, 1S95. He 
died of apoplexy. Mrs. Sapp was born 
in Belfast, Ireland in 1851, daughter 
of Barnard and Phoebe Jefferson. 

Children: 
600— Donna. 
601— Carl. 

(333) 

WINTTELD, son of Solomon Sapp 

(163) and Rebecca Whitford, was born 
Dec. 21, 1854. Married Clara Louisa 
Stanley in 1887. Now resides in Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Dr. Sapp has practiced med- 
icine for many years in Ohio and 
Pennsylvania, being a graduate of The 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore, Md. 

(334) 

CHARLES, son of Solomon Sapp 
(163) and Rebecca Whitford, was born 
Sept. 4, 1856. Married Grace Parsons 
In 1876. 
Children: 
602— Ray. 
603— Charles. 
604— Walter. 



(335) 
WALTER SCOTT, son of Solomon 
Sapp (163) and Rebecca Whitford, was 
born Dec. 29. 1858. Married Oct. 1, 
1880, Alice Burris, born Nov. 3, 1862, 
He married second time April 4, 1888, 
Effie Robinson, born Feb. 16. 1868. He 
died April 10, 1886. 

Children by first wife: 
605— Rose. 
606— Fannie. 

(336) 
WILLIAM E., son of Solomon Sapp 
(163) and Rebecca Whitford, was born 
March, 1860. In 1878 he married Car- 
rie Emerick, from whom he was di- 
vorced, and in 1890 he married Laura 
Mease. 

(337) 

CHANNING, son of Solomon Sapp 
(163) and Rebecca Whitford, was born 
in Danville. Ohio, April 7, 1862. On 
Aug. 31, 1882 he married Emma Brown, 
born Jan. 20. 1863, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Elizabeth Brown. In 18S7 
they moved to Hardin County, where 
Mr. Sapp died Dec. 11, 1S89. He was 
a farmer most of his life but late en- 
gaged in the furniture business. In 
politics he was a Republican, a mem- 
ber of the K. of P. and belonged to the 
Methodist Church. 

Children: 

607— Winfield E. 
608— Ray V. 

(339) 

FRANCES P., daughter of Enoch 
Sapp (164) and Ruth Shaw, was born 
in Danville, Ohio, Oct. 3. 1889. She 
was married Sept. 2, 1862 to William 
C. Sapp (347). 
Children: 
Dwight F. 
Estella S. 

(341) 

WILLIAM ROBESON, son of Dr. 
Silas Sapp (166) and Melvina Law- 
rence, was born Oct. 3, 1S44. He was 
a Sergeant In Company C, 20tu Reg. 
Ind. Veteran Volunteers, Array of 
the Potomac. He died May 6, 1854. 



A HISTOIIV OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



35 



(342) 

COLUMDUS, son of Dr. Silas Sapp 
(16G) and Melvina Lawrence, was born 
Aug. 16, 1S46, married Sarah Gillmore 
and died in 1902. 
Children: 
609— Edna. 
610 — Xorah, Rochester, N. Y. 

(343) 
LYMAX L., son of Dr. Silas Sapp 
(166) and Melvina Lawrence, was born 
April 15. 1S47. He married Melissa 
Kirtley Jan. 1, 1S70. He died April 
20, 1894. 

Children: 
611— Silas. 

(344) 

FLORENCE, daughter of Dr. Silas 
Sapp (166) and Melvina Lawrence, 
was born May 4, 1S54. Married Wm. 
B. Funk Sept. 29, 1874, and she now 
resides at Warsaw, Ind. 
Children: 

Elmer Bramwell, born Jan. 20. 

1876. Married Mae Floyd. 
Jeanette R., born July 7, 1878. 

Married Edward B. Smith. 
Ruth, born Dec. 14, 1884. Mar- 
ried Edward B. Smith. 

(345) 

SARAH ANX, daughter of Levi 
Sapp (176) and Mary Colopy, was bom 
Nov. 3, 1824. Married James Brad- 
Held. 

Children: 
Dr. Charles. 
Lydia. 
Levi. 
Ella. 
Sarah. 
William. 
Thomas, 
Walter. 

(346) 

GEORGE, son of Levi Sapp (176) 
and Mary Colopy, was born April 10, 
1825. Married Delia Ann White. Now 
lives in Danville, Ohio. 
Children: 
612— Flora. 
613— Keziah. 



614 — Julius. 
615 — Jennie. 
616— Ella. 
617— Lucy. 
618— Bertha. 

(347) 
WILLIAM C, son of Levi Sapp a76) 
and Mary Colopy, was born Feb. 24, 
1828. On Sept. 2, 1862, he married 
Frances P. Sapp (339). Mr. Sapp was 
a dry goods merchant, a Republican in 
politics and a member of the Episcopal 
Church. He died June 22, 1906. 
Children: 

619— Dwight E. 
620— Estella S. 

(348) 
LUCIXDA. daughter of Levi Sapp 
(176) and Mary Colopy, was born Mav 
12, 1831. Married John Durbin. 
Children: 

Mary Catherine. 

Sarah Jane. 

Ella. 

William. 

John. 

Theodore. 

Francis. 

Benjamin. 

Josephine. 

Thomas. 



15S8506 



(349) 



LEO W., son of Levi Sapp (176) and 
Mary Colopy, was born in Danville, 
Ohio, July 20, 1833. Attended t.rie 
Sloan school at Mt. Vernon, and re- 
ceived his medical education at West- 
ern Reserve Medical College, ?:radu- 
ating in 1856. After two years at T'ffin 
he removed to Cleveland, Ohio, wh.?re 
he practiced until his death in 1907. 
He was one of the founders of the 
Huron Hospital. His wife died in 
1892. They had no children. 

(351) 

SOLOMON, son of Levi Sapp (176) 
and Mary Colopy, was born Nov. 25. 
1837. On Xov. 24, 1863 he married 
Mary Catherine Crouse. He died Aug. 
6, 1837. He was a merchant for som.^ 
years, but spent the last 30 years of 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



his life in the postal service. He was 
three years with the army in the Civil 
War. 

Children: 

621— Katherine E. 

622— Cassius L. 

623— Frederick R. 

624— Amy E. 

(352) 

MARTHA, daughter of Levi Sapp 
(176) and Mary Colopy, was born Jan. 
20, 1S40. 

(353) 

NORMAXDA. daughter of Levi Sapp 

(176) and Mary Colopy, was bom Feb. 
12. 1S42. Married Frank Wernatt. 

Children: 

William. 

Lena. 

Lou. 

Frank. 

(354) 
JOHN' A., son of Levi Sapp (176) 
and Mary Colopy was born Dec. 14, 
1844. Enlisted Oct. 15, ISGl, in Co. E. 
20th Ohio Vol. Reenlisted in 2nd Ohio 
Heavy Artillery. Mustered out Aug. 
23, 1865. Graduated from Cleveland 
Homeopathic Medical College, Feb., 
1869. He married July 8, 1896, Anna 
Woodbridge Orr. Now reside in 
Salineville, Ohio. 

(355) 

JULIUS B., son of Levi Sapp (176) 
and Mary Colopy, was born June 25, 
1846. Spent early life on farm. He in- 
listed in Company K 142 Reg. Ohio N. 
G. After the war he clerked for two 
years, after which he entered the office 
of Dr. H. M. Edson, of Mt. Vernor. and 
becamo a dentist. He has followed this 
profession ever since. April 25, 1872 
he married Jennie L. Delano of Wor- 
cester, Mass. He is the inventor of 
the Sapp Dental Obtunder. He be- 
longs to the Scotti.?h and York Rite 
Masons and the Shrine. In politics 
Mr. Sapp is a Republican. 
(356) 

SIMEON, son of Jonathan A. Sapp 

(177) and Mary Durbin, married Susan 
Willis. Now resides at Lenox, Taylor 
County, la. 

Children: 

625— Romanls. 



626— Josie. 

627 — Francis. 

628— William. 

629 — Eugene. 

630 — Rose, Rose and Maggie are 
Sisters in a Convent at Con- 
ception, Mo. 

631— Maggie. 

(360) 

WILLIAM, son of Jonathan A. Sapp 
(177) and .Mary Durbin, married Olive 
R. Ebersole. 
Children: 

632— Albert P. 
633— Ora. 
634 — Leora. 

(361) 
FRANCIS, son of Jonathan A. Sapp 
(177) and Mary Durbin, married Mary 
Ann Carney. 
Children: 

635 — Emma Cecelia. 
636 — Mary Frances. 
637— Isabell. 
638— Chas. Raymond. 
639— William Edward. 
640 — Anna A. Lena. 

(363) 
SUSANNA, daughter of Jonathan A. 
Sapp (177) and Mary Durbin, married 
Frank Durbin. 
Children: 
Dennis. 
Walter. 
Edward. 
Thomas. 
Ella. 
Stella. 
Charles. 
James. 

(365) 
TIMOTHY, son of Jonathan A. Sapp 
(177) and Mary Durbin, married 
Rachel Blubaugh. 
Children: 
641 — Cecelia. 
642 — Agnes. 
643— Cleotus. 

(369) 
MARY AN.N, daughter of Noah Sapp 
(183) and Eliza Jennings, born Sept. 
9, 1834. Married in 1S55, Samuel Dean 



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37 



^'illiams, a farmer of Bureau County, 
111. They removed to Princeton, 111., 
and then to Creston, Iowa, where they 
have spent most of their lives . 
Children: 
Frank 
Wilbert. 

Anna, married Isaac James, re- 
sides in Creston, la. 
Delia, married Loverin, re- 
sides in Nebraska. 
Alvin, a linotype operator in Chi- 
cago. 

(370) 

ELIZA JAXE, daughter of Noah 
Sapp (183) and Eliza Jennings, was 
born in Bureau County, 111., Dec. 31, 
1836. In 1S.55 she married Jonathan 
F. Linton, an officer of the 39th 111. 
Volunteers and who served with the 
army of the Potomac during the Civil 
War. They have lived in Peru and 
Gardner, 111., and .Maumee City and 
Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Linton published 
papers in Peru and Columbus, and is 
now a real estate dealer in the latter 
place. 

Children: 

Mary Elizabeth, died in childhood. 

Elizabeth, married Elston, 

now lives in Riverside, Cal. 
Robert, now lives in St. Paul, Minn 
Alvin 
Edward. 

Rachel, married J. Harrie 
Paul. 

(371) 

FRANCIS MARION, son of Noah 
Sapp (183) and Eliza Jennings, was 
born in Bureau County, III., May 30, 
1S38. Received education at Peru and 
in Lombard University, Galesburg. 
Learned trade of printer and publish- 
ed the Peru Herald, 1S60, conducted it 
for two years. Aug. 23, 1862 he en- 
listed as a private in Company K 104th 
111. Volunteers and rose to' rank of 
Captain. He was taken prisoner at 
Hartsville, Tenn., and was wounded at 
Chickamauga. After recovery in six 
months, he was put in command of a 
com.pany in the Veteran Corps, but 
soon resigned. Was editor of Wood- 



stock. 111., Sentinel from 1866 to 1869, 
and in 1S70 removed to Ottawa, 111.', 
and became one of the editors and 
publishers of the Weekly Republican 
and at present of the Republican- 
Times, a daily. .Mr. Sapp married 
Sept. 5. 1866, Mary Adelia Finch, 
daughter of Luther and Mary Finch, 
and who was born Nov. 7, 1843. Mrs! 
Sapp is a graduate of Rockford Sem- 
inary. Both Mr. Sapp and his wife are 
members of the Congregational 
Church, and he is a Republican in pol- 
itics. 

Children: 

644— Frank Finch. 
645 — Ralph Everett. 
646 — Frederick Arthur. 
647— Mary Bertha. 

(373) 

SOLON .NOAH, son of Noah Sapp 
(183) and Eliza Jennings, was born 
in Bureau County, 111., Aug. 27. 1843. 
He enlisted as a private in Co. K. 
104th 111. Volunteers, August 13. 1SG2 
and was discharged for disability Aug. 
24, 1863. Was later admitted to the 
bar and was a successful attorney in 
St. Louis until his death. He married 

Sarah , but left no children. In 

politics he affiliated with the Repub- 
lican party. Solon Sapp died Sept. 24, 
1892. 

(374) 
CORDELIA ANN. daughter of Noah 
Sapp (183) and Eliza Jennings, was 
born Oct. 23, 184.5, in Bureau Co., 111. 
In 1872 she married John J. Long. She 
died in Creston, Iowa, Dec, 1904. 
Children: 

Don, deceased. 

Max, now resides Omaha, Neb. 

Constance, now resides Omaha, 

Neb. 
Delia, now resides Creston, Iowa. 

(375) 

CAMELIA ELVIRA, daughter of 
Noah Sapp (183) and Eliza Jennings, 
was born Jan. 3. 1848 in Bureau Co. 111. 
In 1875 she married George L. Brother- 
hood, who died in Omaha. She lives 
near Riverside, California. 



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(376) 
ALVIN JENNINGS, son of Noah 
Sapp (1S3) and Eliza Jennings, was 
born in Peru, 111., March 20, IS.iO. He 
is a printer by trade, and resides in 
Chicago. A Republican in politics and 
has never married. 

(377) 

EDGAR S0A:ME, son of Noah Sapp 
(183) and Eliza Jennings, was born 
May 15, 18.5.5, in Peru, 111. Attending 
the public schools of Peru and Ottawa 
and the Jennings Seminary at Aurora. 
He is a printer by trade, and his work 
has taken him to reside in Peru, Ot- 
tawa, Chicago, 111., and Columbus, 
Ohio. He married on Feb. 23, 1882, 
Emma Formhals, born May 4, 1856, 
daughter of Wm. Formhals and Miss 
Wolf, and educated at St. Xavier's 
Academy. Mrs. Sapp is a Lutheran 
while Mr. Sapp is a Christian Scientist. 
He is a Republican, and is collector of 
Ottawa Township, La Salle Co. 
Children: 

648— Noah Milton. 

649 — Elva Jennings. 

(378) 

DEXTER, son of Rezin Sapp (155) 
and Margaret Ferry, was born at Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich., July 5, 1847. Attend- 
ed Albion College; enlisted in First 
Mich. Cavalry in 1864. Studied law, 
and was admitted to the bar in Green- 
ville, Mich., in 1870. Removed to Gun- 
Dison, Colo., where he has since prac- 
ticed law, with the exception of two 
years in Seattle. Mr. Sapp has been 
County Attorney of Gunnison County 
for 15 years, a member of the Colo. 
Senate in 1905-6-7-8, and a Pres- 
Idental Elector for Colorado on the 
Democratic ticket in 1908. He mar- 
ried Ella F. Ellsworth in 18 73 and sec- 
ond Pearl G. Graham. 

Children by first wife: 
650— Reva. 

651 — Margaret, born 1879, died 
1890. 

(379) 

WILLIAM F., son of Rezin Sapp 
(186) and Margaret Ferry, was bom in 
1856. He married Mary, daughter of 



Daniel C. and Mary Wood. Mr. Sapp 
has always had a strong leaning to- 
wards politics, and has become quite 
a leader in Kansas Democracy, having 
the title of "Colonel Bill." He is a 
lawyer by profession located in Ga- 
lena, Kansas. He has never held 
public office, possibly because Demo- 
crats do not often do so in Kansas. He 
has been delegate to National Demo- 
cratic Conventions, has run for Con- 
gress, and has been Chairman of the 
State Central Committee. He is high 
in the councils of his party. 
Children: 

652 — Peyre Ferry. 

653 — Marienne. 

654— William. 

655— Helen. 

(380) 

CHAS. H., son of Rezin Sapp (186) 
and Margaret Ferry, was ben July 5, 
1860. He married Oct. 23, ISSS. Mary 
MacDonald, born Jan. 10, 1870, daugh- 
ter of Donald P. MacDonald and Mary 
Grant. They now live at Owosso. 
Mich., where Mr. Sapp is interested 
in the carriage and sleigh business. 

Children: 

656 — Edwin MacDonald, born June 
15. 1897. 

(381) 

JOHN REZIN, son cf Rezin Sapp 
(186) and Margaret Ferry, was born at 
Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. 29, 1866. Grad- 
uated 1885 Grand Rapids High School 
and 18S8 University of Michigan. Prac- 
ticed law till 1901 when he took up 
mining engineering and is now operat- 
ing his own mining property. Married 
Sept. 26, 1891, Phoebe Elvira, daugh- 
ter of James Stewart Glass and Lydia 
A. Kermott. 
Children: 
657 — A daughter, born March 26, 
1895, died March 26, 1895. 
658— John R. Jr., born Nov. 14, 
1898, died May 7, 1S99. 

(383) 

EDWARD E., son of Rezin Sapp 
(186) and Margaret Ferry now re- 
sides at Galena, Kansas. 



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39 



Children: 
659 — Dexter. 

(384) 
LAURA E., daughter of Alvin Sapp 
(187) and Sophie Weidknecht, was 
born in Peru, 111., June 7, 1856. She 
married John Dollison. 
Children: 

Maude, married Fusner. 

(385) 
LUCY ANNE, daughter of Alvin 
Sapp (187) and Sophie Weidknecht, 
was born in Peru, 111., June 12, 1862. 
Married E. A. Dallam. She died in Ot- 
towa. 111. She had one child which 
died in infancy. 

(386) 
HERBERT NOAH, son of Alvin 
Sapp (187) and Sophie Weidknecht, 
was born in Bunker Hill, Kan., Oct. 
5, 1872. He married and lives in 
Pennsylvania, but his address is not 
known. 

(387) 
LEWIS, son of William H. Sapp 
(189) and Mahala Cohenour died in 
Infancy. 

(388) 

PRANK, son of William H. Sapp 
(189) and Mahala Cohenour, married 
Kate Sears. 
Children: 

660 — Dick, resides at Joplin, Mo. 
661a — Charles, resides at Joplin, 

Mo. 
661b — Will, resides at St. Johns, 

Kansas. 
661c — Nona, resides at Joplin, Mo. 

(389) 

MARIAH, daughter of William H. 
Sapp (189) and Mahala Cohenour, mar- 
ried William Brown. 

Children: 

Cecil, resides at Joplin, Mo. 

(390) 

FRANCES, daughter of William H. 
Sapp (189) and Mahala Cohenour, mar- 
ried Lewis Hewlett and second Martin 
Holmes. Now resides at Galena, Kan- 
sas. 



Children: 
Parley, resides Riverton, 111. 
May, married Martin Channel, re- 
sides Marseilles, 111. 
Alice, married Wm. Cline, resides 
Rogers, 111. 

(391) 
ADDIE. daughter of William H. Sapp 
(189) and Mahala Cohenour, married 
Leonard Habberfield. They reside at 
Perkins, 111. 
Children: 
Lanson. 
Everett. 
Morris. 

(392) 
JEFFERSON, son of William H 
Sapp (189) and Mahala Cohenour, mar 
Tied Jan. 28, 1881. 
Children: 
6C2— James. 
663— Mary. 
664— Annie. 
665 — Frank. 
666— Ella. 
667— Addle. 
668— Walter P. 

(393) 

■^HLLIAM, son of William H. Sapp 
(189) and Mahala Cohenour, married 
Hattie Blair. 

(394) 
SUSAN, daughter of William H. 
Sapp (1S9) and Mahala Cohenour, mar- 
ried first McCoy and second F. 

M. Lawrence. Reside at Oronogo, Mo. 
Children by first husband: 

Anna, married W. W. Lawrence. 
Oscar, married Pearle Willmit. 

(395) 
MARY LOUISE, daughter of Jeffer- 
son C. Sapp (191) and Rachel Spindler, 
was born July 20, 1858 in Howard 
Township, Knox County, Ohio. She 
married July 9, 1881. Rev. M. D. 
Adams. Now lives at Hiram, Ohio. 

(396) 

JENNIE ANTOINETTE, daughter of 
Jefferson C. Sapp (191) and Rachel 
Spindler, was born Oct. 27, 1S60. Un- 
married and living in East Cleveland, 
Ohio. 



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HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



(397) 
WALTER SPIXDLER, son of Jeffer- 
son C. Sapp (101) and Rachel Spindler, 
was born March 5, 1S66 at Mt. Vernon, 
Ohio. Now lives in Cleveland, Ohio. 

(398) 
GEORGE W., son of Lewis F. Sapp 
and Mary Ann Wirt, was born Aug. 1, 
1855, married Mellissa Jane Purdy 
Dec. 2.3, 1S77. 
Children: 

669— Malone. 
670— Dora Belle. 
671— James. 
672a— May. 
672b — Arminta. 
672c— Maynard. 
672d— Raymond. 

(399) 
SELORA FLORENCE, daughter of 
Lewis F. Sapp (192) and :\Iary Ann 
Wirt, was born Jan. 16, 1857. Died 
July 14, 1862. 

(400) 
SARAH ELLEN, daughter of Lewis 
F. Sapp (192) and Mary Ann Wirt, 
was born Nov. 19, 1S58, married David 
Carr Dec. 23, 1877, and died Aug. 6, 
1881. 

Children: 
Samuel D. 
Ellen. 

(401) 
MARY FLORENCE, daughter of 
Lewis F. Sapp (192) and Mary Ann 
Wirt, was born June 14, 1861. Died 
April 20, 1862. 

(402) 
OWEN ULYSSES, son of Lewis F. 
Sapp (192) and Mary Ann Wirt, was 
born Sept. 24. 1864, married Delia 
Showalter Sept. 19, 1888. 
Children: 

673— Marietta. 

674— Elsie. 

675 — Lewis. 

676 — George Joseph. 

677 — Hazel Christina. 

(403) 
FLORA BELLE, daughter of Lewis 
F. Sapp (192) and Mary Ann Wirt, 



was born Sept. 4. 1867, married Albert 
G. Johnson Dec. 2, 1SS6, and second, 
George W. Krugh April 27, 1901, 
Children by first husband: 
Pleasant Lee. 
Mary Garnet. 
Children by second husband: 
Glenn Raymond. 
Lula Beatrice. 

(404) 
LEWIS MAYNARD, son of Lewis F. 
Sapp (192) and Mary Ann Wirt, v/as 
born Aug. 6, 1874, married Delia Jane 
Wilson Dec. 26, 1897. 
Children: 

678 — Russel Raymond. 
679— Ruby Mary. 

(411) 
ELIAS W., son of Lewis W. Sapp 
(202) and Sarah Arnold, was born Nov. 
12, 1850, married Oct 1, 1S72, Margiiryt 
Troup, born Aug. 22, 1851, daughter of 
Alexander Troup and Margaret Mc- 
Donald. 

Children: 

680— Earl Nelson. 
681— Charles Troup. 
(412) 
ELIZA, daughter of Charles Sapp 
(204) married O. T. Wright. 
Children: 

Fannie, married John Williams. 

Laura 

Jennie, married John Lantz. 

Clara. 

Clinton. 

Eleanor. 

(413; 
JOHN M., son of Charles Sapp (204) 
married Gertrude Young. 
Children: 
682— Walter. 
683— Maude. 

(414) 
ELIAS T., son of Charles Sapp (2C4) 
married Georgia E. Porter. 
Children: 

684— Frances M., married W. S. 

Fultz. 
685— Burdella A., married H. C. 

Bostwick. 
686— Catharine E. 
687— Beatrice W. 



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(415) 
FRANK O., son of Charles Sapp 
(204) married Clara Wolason. 
Cbildren: 
688— Charles. 
689 — Lawrence. 
690— Sarah. 
691— Neva. 
692— Winnifred. 

(416) 
JANE E.. daughter of Charles Sapp 
(204) married John Drape. 
Children: 
Winnifred. 
Mable. 
Eleanor. 
Clarence. 
Elizabeth. 
Helen. 
Filmore. 
Gregory. 
Joseph. 

(417) 
CHARLES S., son of Charles Sapp 
(204) married Frances Ashton. 
Children: 
693— Carl. 

(418) 
THOMAS W., son of Charles Sapp 
(204) married Ora Beabout. 
Children: 
694 — Nelson. 

(425) 

SOLOMON L., son of William Sapp 
(208) and Margaret Reed, was born 
May 3, 1827 at Mastens Corner, Kent 
Co., Del., and was married to Sarah 
Jane Masten, Dec. 24, 1846. She was 
born Dec. 19, 1832. Died July 23, 1904, 
at Harrington, Del. Was the daughter 
of William Masten and Jane A. B. 
Layton. He was a farmer, a Whig, 
and a Methodist and resided at Masten 
Corner, Del. 
Children: 

695 — William Masten. 

696— John Andrew. 

697 — Lowden Layton. 

(426) 
JOPIN REED, son of William Sapp 
(208) and Margaret Reed, was born 
9-24-29. at Hollandville, Del. Died May 



14, 1901 at Deerfield, Kansas. Was 
married Oct. 27, 1850 at Wyanet, 111., 
to Caroline Mercer, born Feb. 3, 1S34 
in Ohio, and died July 31, 1908 at 
Princeton, 111. She was a daughter of 
Edward Mercer and Jane Tweedy. Mr. 
Sapp was a farmer, a Democrat and a 
Methodist ajid resided at Princeton, 
111. 

Children: 

698— P:mma Elizabeth. 

699— Martha Jane. 

700 — Eva Florence. 

701— Ada Bell. 

702— John Mercer. 

703— William Edward. 

704— Nellie May. 

705 — Fred Leroy. 

JOHN R., was reared and educated 
In Kent Co., Delaware. He was one of 
the pioneer settlers of Bureau Co., 111., 
where he came in 1849. He purchased 
a small farm and later added steadily 
to his holdings until he was one of 
the largest land owners in Wyanet 
township. Stock raising was his spe- 
ciality and he shipped the first load 
of stock from Wyanet on the C. B. and 
Q. About the year 1S90 he retired 
from active work and moved to 
Princeton. Mr. Sapp was the first 
alderman in Wyanet, was always an 
active Democrat though not an or'flco 
seeker; was a Mason and a member of 
the Wyanet lodge. His family were 
all members of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 

(427) 

ELIJAH, son of William Sapp (208) 
and Margaret Reed, was born April 
16, 1832 at Hollandville. Del. Mari-ied 
Dec. 25, 1853, Elizabeth Hughes, born 
July 23, 1S34 at Hollandville, Del. She 
was a daughter of Samuel and Eliza- 
beth Hughes. Mr. Sapp was a farmer, 
a Prohibitionist, and a Methodist, re- 
siding now at Harrington, Del. 
Children: 

706— Albert. 

707— Walter. 

708— Clara Bell. 

709— Ella Florence. 

710— Rosalie. 

711— Elizabeth. 



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(428) 
ISABELLA, daughter of William 
Sapp (208) and Margaret Reed, was 
born June 17, 1S34 and married at Hol- 
landville, Del., to James W. Smith a 
farmer, Democrat and Methodist, re- 
siding at Harrington, Del. 
Children- 
James Calvin, married Brintha 

Hewitt. 
Laurie, born 8-19-1858, married 
Thomas H. Longfellow 1-27-91. 
Elizabeth, born 7-14-1864, diea 
1-30-1873. 
William, married Nellie Jester. 
Anna, born 6-19-1S69, married Gove 
S. Gordon 4-15-91. 

(429) 
ANGELINA, daughter of William 
Sapp (208) and Margaret Reed, was 
born Aug. 30, 1838 at Hollandville, Del., 
died May 13, 1907 at Mastens Corner, 
Del. She was married Feb. 9, 1859 
to Joseph A. Masten born Jan. 4, 1839, 
died Sept. 23, 1877. 
Children: 

William, born Jan. 31, 1860, mar- 
ried Susan E. Harrington 
3-12-1886. 

Children: 
Virgie, born Jan. 28, 1887. 
Joseph A., born Dec. 15, 1889. 
Pearl B., born May i, 1892. 

Leroy G., born May 19, 1863, mar- 
married Camper. 

Joanna, born May 25, 1866, mar- 
ried G. M. Satterfield, 12-19-1889. 

Children: 

Helen, born March 9, 1891. 
E. Masten, born Dec. 5, 1S96. 
Victor M., born Dec. 27, 1898. 

Harry L., born March 21, 1869, 
married Emma Reed 2-17-1892. 

James S., born Oct. 24, 1870, mar- 
ried Ray D. Townsend Dec. 26, 
1908. 

Charles S., bom March 20, 1873, 
died Feb. 5, 1876. 

(430) 
DAVID REED, son of William Sapp 
(208) and Margaret Reed, was born 
Feb. 24, 1841 at Hollandville, Del, mar- 
ried Jan. 7, 1863 to Sarah E. Carter 

r 



who was born July 24, 1S41. She was 
a daughter of Philemon Carter. David 
Sapp is a Democrat and a Methodist. 
He owned a large tract of land near 
Wyanet. III., which his son farms. Mr. 
Sapp lives a retired life in Wyanet. He 
was a noted coon hunter. 
Children: 

712— Wilbert Henry. 

713— Ora Carter. 

(431) 
HEZEKIAH, son of William Sapp 
(208) and Margaret Reed, was born 
July 26, 1S43. at Felton. Kent Co.. Del- 
was married Jan. 4, 1S65 to Annie E. 
Smith, born May 23, 1846 at Harring- 
ton. She was a daughter of Nathan 
Smith and Nancy Smith. He was a 
Methodist and resided at Harrington. 
Del. 

Children: 

714 — Solomon Edgar. 

715— Everett Smith. 

716— Irma. 

717— William. 

718— Edna Belle. 

719— Charles. 

720— Elihu. 

(432) 
EDWARD, son of William Sapp 
(208) and Margaret Reed, v,-as born 
July 22, 1847 near Hollandville, Del. 
When a young man he came west and 
for years has made his home at 
Wyanet, carried on a partnership with 
Alfred Roughley of Harrington, Del., 
in the buying of horses and mules. He 
was one of the organiz<=rs and presi- 
dent for years of the First National 
Bank of Harrington, Del. He is con- 
siderable of a land owner and a mem- 
ber of the Masonic Lodge at Wyanet. 
(433) 
JAMES EMERY, son of William 
Sapp (208) and Margaret Reed, was 
born March 13, 1851 at HoUandvilie, 
Del. He married on October 1, 1873, 
Miss Ellender G. Gooden, who 
was born Nov. 12, 1850 at Willow 
Grove. Kent Co., Del. She was a 
daughter of John Gooden and Lydia 
Gunwell. Ho was a Levy Courtman, 
Democrat and a Methodist, residing at 
Willow Grove. Del. 



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43 



Children: 
721— Lola. 
722— Edward. 
723— John Gooden. 
724— Roberta H. 
725— William. 
726— James E. Jr. 
727— L. F. Bayard. 
728— Victor M. 

(434) 
ISAAC, son of Ephriam Sapp (209) 
and Mary Morris, was born Feb. 23, 
1833 and died Oct. 23, 1863, was mar- 
ried Dec. 1857 to Elizabeth Camper. 
He was a farmer and a Democrat and 
a Jilethodist. 
Children: 

729— Herbert. 
730 — Ephriam. 
731— Mary Edna. 
(435) 

LYDIA, daughter of Ephriam Sapp 
(209) and Mary Morris, was born Jan. 
17, 1835 in Delaware. Was married 
March 20, 1855 at Wyanet, 111., to 
Henry Carter, who was a farmer, a 
Democrat and a resident of Bureau Co. 
She died at Galesburg. 111., May 12. 
1904. 

Children: 

William Calvin, born April 7, 1856, 
married Cora Hewitt April 20, 1893 
at Wyanet. 
Children: 

Lenora, born 2-13-96. 
Edna, born 12-1-97. 
Charles, born 9-11-03. 
Susanna, born May 24, 1858, married 
Alfred Smith Nov. 16, 1876. 
Children: 

Lydia May, born 7-23-1870. 
Edna May, born 8-17-1880. 
Edith, born 4-10-1884. 
Charlie, born 8-25-1889. 
Alfred C, born April 25, 1860, mar- 
ried Fannie Carman 8-12-1888. 
Children: 

Bessie, born .5-13-1889. 
Roy, born 6-29-1892. 
Doris, born 1-19-1900. 
(436) 
SARAH ELIZABETH, daughter of 
Ephriam Sapp (209) and Mary Mor- 



ris, was born Jan. 20, 1837. Married 
Jan. 25, 1855 to Thomas Henry who 
w^as born Jan. 19, 1833, and died June 
2, 1899. 
Children: 

Charles Wilbert, born 2-29-1856. 
died 9-3-1856. 

Isaac Leonard, born 11-29-1857, 
married Amanda. 

Elsie Fidelia, born 4-7-1860, mar- 
ried Wm. Postlewr.ith. 

Edward Eugene, born 3-1-1861, died 
10-13-1872. 

Florence May, born 5-19-1862, mar- 
ried Jim O'Neal. 

Clara Belle, born 5-2S-1S67, mar- 
ried Ed Cooke and W. Drape. 

Mary, born 10-17-1869, married 
Alex Aldrich. 

Nancy Effie, born 3-9-1872, died 
12-31-1875. 

Sarah Elizabeth, born 5-10-1874, 
died 12-11-1878. 

Jennie Idella, born 12-16-1876, died 
12-16-1878. 

Thomas Welcome, born 2-8-1882. 

(437) 

ANER, daughter of Ephriam Sapp 
(209) and Mary Morris, was born Mar. 
19, 1839 at Wyanet, 111. Was married 
Aug. 22, 1858 to George Mowry who 
■was born April 7, 1S35, son of George 
Mowry and Nancy Jack, died Aug. 5, 
1903 at Wyanet. Mrs. Mowry resides 
at Santa Monica, Cal. 

Children: 
Chas. Frederick, born 8-22-1859, died 7- 

1-1861. 
George Ephriam, born S-20-1S61, died 

1-15-1872. 
Samuel Franklin, born 11-10-1864, mar- 
ried Mary E. Statter. 
William Herman, born 11-4-1S66, mar- 
ried Edna Maud Dart. 
Children: 

Charles F., born 11-28-1895. 
Birdie May, bom 12-15-1868, married 
Robert L. Kine. 
Children: 

Ethel Luetta, born 12-p8-1889. 
George Lawrence. 
Edna Rae, born p-25-1891. 
Arthur Dean, born 5-15-1897. 
Robert Lester, born 4-3-1906. 



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Ernest Andrew, born 9-19-1S71, died 

9-7-1S72. 
Major Thomas, born 7-24-1S73. 
Mae Bell, born 9-19-1S76, married J. A. 
Wilmot. 
Children: 

George, born 8-3-1902. 
Chas. Alfred, born 7-14-1906. 
Bessie May, born 3-1-1909. 
Nannie Bell Elizabeth, born 9-14-1S79, 
married E. J. Wheeler. 
Children: 

Ralph Aner, born 9-5-1903. 
William Ernest, born. 11-18-1905. 
Thomas Franklin, born 5-1-1907. 
Vesta Elizabeth, born 3-11-1909. 
George Anor, born S-4-18S1. 
Robert Raymond, born 7-5-1883, died 
12-6-1889. 

(438) 
WM. HENRY, son of Ephriam Sapp 
(209) and Mary Morris, was born July 
30, 1841, and married Sarah Evaline 
Walker, born Nov. 16, 1852. 
chidren: 

732— Mary Belle. 
733— Blanche. 
734— Maud. 
735— Pearl May. 
736— Everett 
737— George. 
738— Bertha. 
739— Nellie. 
740— Mable Jane. 
(439) 
SAMUEL, son of Ephriam Sapp 
(209) and Mary Morris, was born Feb. 
29, 1843. Died Sept. 11, 1873. He mar- 
ried Mary Jane, daughter of Levi Sapp 
(212) and Susan Wix, married second 
time to Sarah Jane Smith. He was 
a soldier of Company "C" 93rd Reg. 
Vol. Infantry. 

Children by first wife: 
741 — Isaac Edward.- 
Children by second wife: 
742— Orville. 
743— Mary. 
744 — Samuel. 

(440) 

CHARLOTTE, daughter of Ephriam 

Sapp (200) and Mary Morris, was bom 

Sept. 28, 1840. Was married to Michael 

Zeigler. They reside in Seward, Neb. 



Children: 
At wood. 
Charles Henry. 
Grace Belle. 
Frank. 

(441) 
LEVI, son of Ephriam Sapp (209) 
and Mary Morris, was born July 2, 
1849, died 1892. Married to Sarah 
Yates, daughter of Rev. Yates. 
Children: 

745 — Clarence. 
746— Fred. 
747 — Jessie. 
748— Ethel Kate. 
749— Lee. 

(442) 

MARY CATHARINE, daughter of 
Ephriam Sapp (209) and Mary Morris, 
was born Dec. 12, 1851 at West Bureau, 
111. Was married Feb. 13. 1872 to John 
Wesley Hendrick who was born ^'ay 
12, 1853, son of Willis Hendrick and 
Sarah J. Triplett. He was a fanner, 
a Democrat and a Methodist, and re- 
Bides at Wyanet, 111. 

(443) 
SUSAN MATILDA, daughter of 
Ephriam Sapp (209) and Mary Morris, 
was born Aug. 30, 1S54. was married 
Jan. 5, 1873 at Bradford, 111., to Frank 
Olds. He was a farmer, a Republican. 
and a Methodist. 
Children: 

Effie Bell, born 10-26-1873, died 

12-28-1874. 
Leroy, born 10-14-1875, died 

14-1879. 
Elwood, born 3-26-1878, died 

1-5-1879. 
Frank Elvin, born 4-1-1880, mar- 
ried Martha Mears 3-6-1901. 
Louella, born 9-7-1882, married 
Dennis Woods 12-18-1901. 

Children: 

Idella Pearl, born 10-5-1902. 

Virden Eugene, born 9-12-1904. 

Mary Agness. born 5-2-1007. 
Idella. born 3-20-1SS5, died 12-9- 

1886 . 
Harry Lee, born 12-21-1887. 
Eugene, born 9-1-1800. 
Lydia Pearl, born 12-6-1S93. 



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45 



Children: 

Carrie, born 11-25-1S93. married 
Chas. Jackson. 

Herman, born 3-2-1S75, died 6-23- 
1S75. 

Adelbert, born 6-7-1876, died 10-11- 
1878. 

Elsie, born 1-15-1S79, married El- 
mer Gulp. 

Children: 

Arthur, born 3-15-1903. 

Ida, born 7-18-1S81, married James 
Guilliams. 

Children: 

Pearl, born 12-15-1901. 
Leroy, born S-31-1904. 

Mary, born 2-21-1887, married Law- 
rence Maine. 

Children: 
Furd. 

(444) 

JOHN \V., son cf Solomon Sapp 

(210) and Margaret Wilson, was born 

Sept. 30, 1S30, died March 2, 1S63 at 

Wyanet, 111. Was married 

Triplett-Sister 



in 1855 to 
who died 



Mrs. Mary 

Jan. 6, 1878 

Children: 

750 — Wm. Edward. 

751— Charles W. 

752 — Martin Luther. 



(445) 

HENRY, son of Solomon Sapp (210) 
and Ann Carter, was born Dec. 13, 
1834. Married Dec. 14, 1S59 to Martha 
Mills. He was a farmer, a Democrat, 
and a Methodist, and resides at 
Princeton, 111. 
Children: 

753 — Louella. 
754— Chas. Mills. 

(446) 

ELIJAH, son of "Solomon Sapp 
(210) and Ann Carter, was born Oct. 
2, 1836 at Center Prairie, married first 
Dec. 20. 1858, Mary Jane King who 
was born 1840 and died April 10, 1877 
at Thayer, Kansas. Married second 
time Sept. 1S79 Mary A. Miller, di- 
vorced; married Nov. 24, 1885 Mar- 
garet Maud Fry and fourth Dec. 17. 
1900. Ethel Locks. 



Children: 

755— Hattie L. 
756 — Edward H. 
757 — Angle. 

(447) 

ALFRED, son of Solomon Sapp 
(210) and Ann Carter, was born Jan. 
26, 1838. Married to Carrie Vail who 
was born March 4, 1S49 at Elbertson, 
Ga., and died April 15, 1887. 
Children: 
758— Heite. 
758a — Gordon. 
758b— Juliet. 

(448) 

SARAH EMILY, daughter of Sol- 
omon Sapp (210) and Ann Carter, was 
born May 1, 1841. Was married July 
26, 1866 at Wyanet to Frank Foreman 
and died March 19, 1866 at Wyanet. 
Children: 

May. 

Anna. 

Roy. 

Burt, lives in Idaho. 

Ed. lives Afton. lov.-a. 

Cora, lives Peoria, 111. 

Fern, lives Denver, Colo. 

(449) 

ANNE E., daughter of Solomon Sapp 
(210) and Ann Carter, was born Dec. 
25, 1844 at Wyanet. Was married 
April 11. 1866 to J. S. Clark, who was 
born Oct. 19, 1839, at Dover. He was 
a son of George and Nancy Clark. He 
was a farmer. They reside at Prince- 
ton, 111. 

Children: 

Fannie, born 9-10-67, married Hu- 
bert A. Clark 3-1-93. 
Children: 

Eunice May, born 4-7-95. 

Roger Atherton. born 1-22-97. 

Annie Elizabeth, born 12-25-99. 

George Hubert, born 7-24-09. 
Maude, born 11-22-70. died Jan. 12. 

1871. 
Anna Belle, born 1-7-71, died Sept. 

30, 1874. 
Mary, 9-8-75, married Thos H. Joy 

1-10-1900. 



46 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Children: 
Jiinmie, born 9-12-1902. 
Elmore, born 12-21-1906, died 4- 
7-190S. 

(451) 
JULIET, daughter of Solomon Sapp 

(210) and Ann Carter, was born Aug. 
19, 1850, at Center Prairie, married Dec. 
31, 1873 to E. K. Mercer who was born 
Nov. 27, 1S44. He was the editor of 
the Bureau Co. Tribune. Was a Dem- 
ocrat. 

Fred, born 1-25-75. 
Blanche, born 9-11-76. 
Nellie, born 5-28-81. 

(453) 

ANDREW J., son of Hezekiah Sapp 

(211) and Mary T. Bostic, was born 
Nov. 11, 1S34, and brought to Wyanet. 
111., when a boy. and there received 
his schooling. Was a farmer but car- 
ried on the buying and selling of grain 
and stock, and has prospered. In pol- 
itics Mr. Sapp was a Democrat. He 
married April 6, 1858 Ann Eliza Zeigler 
born Jan. 2, 1833. He died May 25, 
1893 at Wyanet. 

Children: 

759— William E. 
760— Idella May. 
761— Elmer. 
762 — Herman. 

(454) 

MARGARET ELIZABETH, daughter 
of Hezekiah Sapp (211) and Mary Jane 
Bostic, was born June 8. 1837 in Kent 
Co., Del., died July 23, 1892, at Wyanet, 
was married Nov. 22, 1857 to N. A. 
Harrington who was born Oct. 19, 1831 
at Farmington, Del. He was the son 
of Jonathan and Lydia Harrington. He 
was a farmer, a Republican and a 
Wesleyan Methodist. He resided at 
Wyanet, 111. 
Children: 

Clement, born 9-8-58, married Hat- 
tie Lysinger 2-1-1S77. 

Ora, born 10-27-60, died 9-17-1863. 

Adelbert F., born 7-30-64, married 

Catherine Beach. 

Louella, born 4-3-67, married Al- 
bert Wilson 12-9-1896. 

Ada, born 8-28-92, married F. Ton- 



kinson 12-10-1S9L 
Lydia, married Willard Harrington 

(455) 

MAJOR, son of Hezekiah Sapp (211) 
and Mary J. Bostic. was born 1S39 in 
Del., died July 12. 1907 at ?lcuston, 
Tex. Married 1859 Colina Holroyd. 
He was a farmer and a Democrat. He 
moved from Del. to 111. when a boy 
with his parents and there resided un- 
til about 1865. He then moved to 
Tama Co., la., and in 1SS4 moved to 
Hancock Co., where he remained for 
thirteen years. Poor health then in 
duced him to move to Stilson, Texas, 
where he engaged in rice farming, and 
later he moved to Houston. 
Children: 

763— Ida. 

764— Nettie. 

765 — Erwin. 

(459) 

EPHRIAM, son of Levi Sapp (212) 
and .Susan Wix, was born July 27, 
1839. Married July 19, 1859 to PTiiza- 
beth Greenlee who was b^rn Aug. 20, 
1837. 

Children: 

766— George. 

767 — Sarah Ann. 

768— Robert L. 

769— Mary Susan. 

770— William G. 

771 — Louie. 

772 — Ephriam R. 

(461) 

SYLVAXER, daughter of Levi Sapp 
(212) and Susan Wix, was born Nov. 
19, 1844 in Kent Co., Del. Married 
Jan. 23, 1864 to John Sylvester, who 
was born Sept. 25, 1839 in Maryland. 
Children: 

Anna Statia, born 8-15-66, died 3-12- 

1873. 
David Levi, born 1-3-70, married 

Rena Gardener 5-3-1893. 
Children: 

Arthur Bernard, bom 3-3-1S94. 
Kenneth Harold, born 10-1-1906. 
Herman Lee. born 6-11-73, married 
Jessie McDonald 2-28-1S97. 



A H I S T O II Y OF THE 3 A P P FAMILY 



47 



Children: 

Eva lona, morn 1-12-189S. 
Le Vern. born 9-5-1S99. 
Eddie Meryl, born 11-22-1901, 
Charles W., born 5-9-7C, died 4-14- 
1901. 

Emma, born 8-1-SO, married M. Gold- 
en 2-26-1901. 
Children: 

Clifford, born 2-15-1902. 
Susie Ann, born 12-24-77, married 
John McNeil 7-MS94. 
Children: 

Effie Mae, born 2-9-1900. 
Earl, born 3-12-1902. 
Rebecca Alice, boru 4-5-83, married 
Arthur Michaels 9-24-02. 
Lizzie Mae, born 6-S-85. 

(462) 
MARY JANE, daughter of Levi Sapp 
(212) and Susan Wix, v,as born 1S4S, 
died 1S70 in Mo. Married Samuel Sapp 
(439). 
Children: 

Isaac Edward. 

(463) 

ROBERT HENRY, son of Le\-i Sapp 
(212) and Susan Wix, was born Jan. 
4, 1850 in Kent Co., Del., was married 
Nov. 16, 1873 to Mary S. Cooper. 
Children: 

773— Ira C. 

774— Ida M. 

775— Walter E. 

776— Stella V. 

777— EI wood W. 

778— Alma A. 

779— Hattie B. 

(464) 

ELIZABETH ANN, daughter of Levi 
Sapp (212) and Susan Wix, was born 
April 7, 1852. Married Dec. 21. 1869 
to Stephen Lewis who was born March 
i, 1844, in Delaware. 
Children: 

Mary Jane, born 10-131-70, married 

George R. Lee 8-5-1888. 
Children: 

Alfred Earl, born 5-22-1SS9. 
Flossie Fern, born 1-25-1894. 
Bessie May, born 8-1-1S96. 
Stella Isabella, born 7-28-1898. 



Elwin T., born 3-3-1874, married 
Minnie Hutchins 9-13-95. 

Children: 

Mabel, born 4-3-1897. 
Jennie Lee, born 3-31-1876, married 
Clarence H. McChesney 12-24-96. 

Children: 

Cecil Eldred, born 10-4-1897. 
Minnie May, boru 2-4-1899. 
Emma, born 7-4-1878, married J E. 
Raymond 9-4-1894. 

Children: 

Goldie Gleo, born 6-24-1895. 
Daisy Viola, born 10-31-1897. 
Milbert F., born 1-19-1901. 
Minnie Myrtle, born 9-3-1880, mar- 
ried Chas. E. Adams 10-17-1872. 

Children: 

Arol May, born 8-13-1896. 

Blanche, born 8-2-1 898. 

Frank, born 6-15-1901. 
Rosana, born 4-13-1S83. 
Herman W., born 2-9-1887. 

(465) 

SUSAN EMILY, daughter of Levi 
Sapp (212) and Susan Wix, was born 
6-9-1854 in Kent Co., Del. Married 
1-31-1870 to Christopher Hendrick, who 
was born April 10, 1851. 

Children. 

Harley Henry, born 2-6-1871. married 
Ella Gardner 1-22-1893. 

Children: 

Alva, born 8-1-1S95. 
Clarence, born 4-21-1896. 
Harold, born .5-30-1899, died 12- 

14-1S99. 
Howard, born 8-31-1900. 
Arthur. 
Mildred. 
Mable. 
Howard Lee, born 5-16-1892, married 
Lillie Tompson 3-8-1894. 

Children: 

Vera, born 3-16-1S95. 
Rozella, bora 4-15-1899. 
Levi, born 4-1-1874, married Katie 
Kinnick 6-26-1895. 



48 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Children: 

Bessie, born 6-17-1896. 
Estella, born 4-10-1S9S. 
Guy L., born 4-7-1S99. 
Deibert, born 9-9-1900. 
Margaret, born 8-S-1901. 
W'illard, born 9-19-1906. 
Clare Bell, born 6-14-1908. 
Rozella, born 3-2S-1S76, married 
George Barr 11-2-1904. 

Clara Belle, born 2-12-1S7S, married 
Ralph Carrol 11-2-1896. 
Children: 
Willie. 
Gilbert 
Loyd. 
Kenneth. 
Eugene, born 5-23-lSSO, married Hat- 
tie Turinehane 6-26-1900. 
Children: 

Verna, born 5-21-1901. 
Irvin, born 4-11-1903. 
Clare, born 5-9-1905. 
Edith, born 3-9-1882, married William 
Noel 7-15-1D03. 

Nettie, born 6-10-1884, married How- 
ard Thomas 3-12-1906. 
Children: 

Dorothy, born 4-1907. 
Glennie Pearl, born-25-lSS6, married 
Gove Fox. 

Children: 
Merle. 
Mabel. 
Harold. 
Grin C. born 2-11-18SS, died 3-31-1906. 
Emma Viola, born 11-5-1891, died 
3-31-1906. 

Harry Frank, born 5-18-1894. 

(466) 

SOLOMON, son of Levi Sapp (212) 
and Susan Wix, was born 2-10-1S57 in 
Kent Co., Del. Married Mary Flanges, 
married second time 7-3-1SS4 in Boone 
Co., Iowa to Ida Miller, bom 4-11-1858 
in Green Co., Iowa. 

Children by the first marriage: 

780— Carrie. 
Children by second marriage: 
781 — Clarence L. 
782— Ora. 
783 — Goara. 
784— Elnora. 



(467) 
MARTHA, daughter of Levi Sapp 

(212) and Susan Wix, was born 11-12- 
1859 in Kent Co., Del. Married 7-3-18S1 
in Carrol Co., Iowa to Isaac E. Hill, 
born Sept. 2, 1855. 

Children: 

Golda M., born 3-11-1883. 
Blanche, born 10-21-1887. 
Glennie Pearl, born 4-2-1892. 

(469) 

REUBEN, son of Andrew Sapp (213) 
and Lovina Hopkins, was born 10-4- 
1840. died S-26-1804. Married Jan. 13, 
1869 to Mary T. Bird who was born 
April 5, 1845. 

(470) 
MARY, daughter of Andrew Sapp 

(213) and Lovina Hopkins, was born 
1842, died 1872 or 1873. Married Nathan 
Smith 1865. 

(473) 
LOUIS, son of Andrew Sapp (213) 
and Lovina Hopkins, was bcrn ]S48 
and married in 1S78 at Marshalltcwn 
to Maggie Burton. 

(474) 
NOAH, son of Andrew Sapp (213) 
and Lovina Hopkins, was born in 
1850. 

(475) 
ELIJAH, son of Andrew Sapp (213) 
and Lovina Hopkins, was born 1852, 
and married Ann White; and second, 
Amelia Sapp. 

(476) 
WHLLIAM T., son of John Sapp (214) 
was born Jan. 1852, and died Jan. 
1901. 

Children: 

785 — Melinda. 
786 — Minerva. 
787 — Matilda. 
788 — Nancy. 
789 — Missouri E. 
790— Cassie V. 
791— James R. 
792— Joseph W. 

(477) 
I>E\1, son of John Sapp (214) and 
Louisa , married Margaret . 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



49 



Children. 

793— William. 
794— John. 
795— Eliza. 
796 — Edmond. 
797 — Amos. 
798— Mary. 
799— Sarah. 
800 — Henrietta. 
801— Matilda. 
802— Georgia. 
803— Mahala. 
804— Elgie. 

(478) 

SAMUEL, son of John Sapp (214) 

and Louisa , married Sarah . 

Children: 
805— John. 
806— Eddie. 
807 — Fannie. 

(479) 

BERRY W., son of John Sapp (214) 

and I.«uisa , married Tabitha . 

Children: 

SOS— Samuel. 

809— Price. 

810— Pallas. 

811— Albert. 

812— Jefferson. 

813— Orville. 

814 — Sophrona. 

815— Stella. 

(484) 

MATHEWSON. son of John Sapp 

(214) and Louisa , married Hen- 
rietta . 

Children: 

816— Ephriam. 
817— Presley. 
818— Arthur. 
819— Jing. 

(485) 

HENRIETTA, daughter of Thomas 

Sapp (215) and Nancy , resides at 

Ashland, Missouri. 

(486) 

TRANY, daughter of Thomas Sapp 

(215) and Nancy , resides at Col- 
umbia, Mo. 



(487) 
POLLY ANN, daughter of Thomas 

Sapp (215) and Nancy , resides at 

Ashland, Mo. 

(488) 
PARILEE. daughter of Thomas Sapp 
(215) and Nancy , resides at Ash- 
land, Mo. Married James Sapp. 

Children: 

Willie D., married Cinna Martin 

resides at Ashland, Mo. 
George, married Mayme Cadman, 

resides at Ashland, ^lo. 
Julia, married Mandy McCormick, 
Gay. 
Wilbert. 

(489) 
MARTHA JANE, daughter of Thom- 
as Sapp (215) and Nancy -■ ' . mar- 
ried John Rogers, resides at Ashland, 
Mo. 
Children: 

Maggie, married Ed Browning. 

Thomas. 

Clare, married James Bullard. 

(490) 
SARAH, daughter of Thomas Sapp 

(215) and Nancy , married I. A. 

Nichols, resides at Ashland, Mo. 
Children: 

Eva, Ashland, Mo., not married. 
Geona, Ashland, Mo., married 

James Bullard. 
Frank, Ashland, Mo., married 

Lutea Sapp. 
Charlie, Ashland, Mo., married 

Elsie Heckman. 
Ervin, Ashland, Mo., married Ethel 

Lamb. 
Ella, Ashland, Mo., not married. 

(491) 

MANDY, daughter of Thomas Sapp 

(215) and Nancy , married Orville 

Browning, resides at Ashland, Mo. 
Children: 

Willie, Pearl, 111., married. 
Forest, Pearl, 111., married Nellie 

Barnes. 
Conard, Ashland, Mo., married 

Miss McDaw. 
Otis, Columbia, Mo. 



so 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



(492) 
BETTIE, daughter of Thomas Sapp 

(215) and Xancy , married John 

Samuels, resides at Jefferson City, Mo. 
Children: 

Jimmie, Ashland, Mo., married 

Leona Sapp. 
Nora, Jefferson City, married 

Theodore Nicholas. 
Ada, Jefferson City, married Jotin 

Sarr. 
Laura, Jefferson City, married 

Nicholas Kirkmann. 
Nellie, Centralia, ^lo., married Ed- 
die Bradman. 

(493) 
WM. HENRY, son of Thomas Sapp 
(215) and Nancy , residing at Ash- 
land, Mo. Married Mary F. . 

Children: 
820— Hattie. 
821— George. 
822— Pearl. 
823— Minna. 
824— Allen. 
825— Wood H. 
826— Blanch. 

(494) 
JOHN, son of Thomas Sapp (215) 

and Nancy , resides at Ashland, 

Mo., not married. 

(495) 

ELI, son of Thomas Sapp (215) and 

Nancy , resides at Ashland, Mo. 

Married Clara Morgan. 
Children: 

827— Harley J. 
828— Lerron. 
829— Clarence. 

(496) 
OVERTON, son of Thomas Sapp 
(215) and Nancy , resides at Ash- 
land, Mo. Married Julia . 

(497) 

JOHN \V., son of Henry Sapp (221) 
and Hettie Schoonover, was born Oct. 
23, 1858. On March 6, 1884 he married 
Adella Carmen, born June 29, 1863, 
daughter of Amos L. Carmen and 
Emily Argo. He now lives at San Mar- 
cus, Cal. 



Children: 

830— John W. 
831- Ernest E. 
832— George M. 
833— Emily M. 

(498.) 

SAMUEL W., son of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Hettie Schoonover, was born 
April 6, 1S60. He married Oct. 24, 
1SS3 Mary Walters. He was a farm- 
er in Nebraska until 1890 when he 
entered the creamery business at Su- 
perior, Neb., where he resided until 
his removal to Kansas City. Kan., in 
1901. He married second Anna Baker. 
He is now a steam fitter by trade, 
in politics a Republican, and in church 
membership a Baptist. 
Children: 

834— Warren H. 

835— Clarence W. 

836— Nellie E. 

(499) 

MARY L., daughter of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Plettie Schoonover, was born 
July 30, 1861. She married Marion 
Nelson, Feb. 4, 1884. Now lives at Sa- 
lina, Colo. 

Children: 
Ray. 
Earl. 
Fay. 

(500) 

ANNETTE, daughter of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Hettie Schoonover, was 
born Dec. 21, 1862. Married Oct. 16, 
1882. John Hickey. 

Children: 
William. 
Adella. 
Henry. 
Alice. 
John. 

(503) 

BETTIE A., daughter of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Hettie Schoonuver, was 
born Jan. 5, 1867. She n:arried Sept. 
21, 1884, Aaron Nelson. Now resides 
at Rifle, Colo. 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



51 



Children: 
Floyd. 
Ralph. 
Otto. 
Phineas. 
Leo. 
Theodore. 

(505) 
GEORGE H., son of H. F. Sapp (221) 
and Hettie Schconover, was born Aug. 
22, 1872. In April 1905 he married 
Etta Lester. He now lives at Lincoln, 
Neb. 

(508) 
HETTIE B., daughter of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Emily Argo, was born Sept. 
11, 1883. She married John A. Robert- 
son. Now resides at La Mesa, Calif. 
Children: 
Orville. 
Erma. 
Fern. 

(509) 
JESSE L., son of H. L. Sapp (221) 
and Emily Argo, was bom May 22, 

1885. Now resides at San Marcus, 
Calif. 

(510) 
HUGH E.. son of H. F. Sapp (221) 
and Emily Argo, was born Jan. 14, 

1886. Lives at San Marcus, Calif. 

(511) 
LORETTA, daughter of H. F. Sapp 
(221) and Emily Argo, was born Aug. 
9, 1890. Lives at San Marcus, Calif. 

(515) 

MARY L, daughter of John F. Sapp 
(226) and Man' E. Glidhill, was born 
Nov. 25, 1868. She now lives at 159 
Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. She is 
in the millinery business. 
(516) 

JENNIE BELLE, daughter of John 
F. Sapp (226) and Mary E. Glidhill. 
was born at Ravenna, Ohio, Nov. 29, 
1870. She married Walter Trescott. 
(519) 

GEORGE WILBUR, son of Henry P. 
Sapp (235) and Mary Fifefield, was 
born July, 1877, and married Aug. 1, 
1905, Willa Louise Pau.sch b. July 18, 
1886 daughter of John Pausch and 



Mary Mallrich. Mr. Sapp is a real es- 
tate dealer of Goodland, Kan. He is a 
Democrat and a member of the Chris- 
tian Church. 
Children: 

837— >Vemon, b.. May 3, 1906. 
(523) 
BERTHA FRANCES, daughter of 
Hiram Sapp (255) and Mary Barlow, 
was born Sept. 27, 1S75, and married 
Sept. 7, 1890 Fred Thompson. After 
his death she married July 24, 1906 
Oscar Britain. They now live in Lit- 
tle Bear, Wyo. 

Children, by first husband: 
Floyd A., b. March 2, 1892. 
(524) 
FLORA LYDIA, daughter of Charles 
H. Sapp (256) and Sarah Hall, was 
born at Ravenna, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1883. 
Now resides at Camden, S. C. 
(525) 
ARTHUR HENRY, son of Charles 
H. Sapp (256) and Sarah Hall, was 
born at Ravenna, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1S83 
On Oct. 14, 1909 he married Clara Eliz- 
abeth Yingling. Tney now live at 
Huntington, Ind. 

(526) 
E. C, son of Charles H. Sapp (256) 
and Sarah Hall, was born Mar. 21, 
1887. On June 25, 1908, he married 
Elsie M. Myers b. Jan. 28, 188 7. 
. (527) 
JOHN H., son of Raphael Sapp (260) 
and Martha Mockiby, now lives at 
Casa Grande, Arizona. 
(532) 
JOHN THOMAS, son of David B. 
Sapp (261) and Elizabeth Morford, 
married Lydia Shoemaker. 
Children: 
838— Perry. 

(533) 
WILLIAM JAMES, son of David B. 
Sapp (261) and Elizabeth Morford, 
married Caroline Griffith. 
Children: 
839 — Charles N., resides at Farina, 

111. 
840 — :Melvin, resides at lola. 111. 
841 — Laura. . 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



(535) 
NAPOLEON .M.. son of David B. 
Sapp (I'Gl) and Elizabeth Morford. 
Children: 

842— David F. 
843— Mabell. 
844— Ethel. 

(536) 
PERRY J., son of David Bowman 
Sapp (2GI) and Rachel :\Iorford. was 
born Oct. 4, 1S51 at Alexandria, Camp- 
bell Co., Ky. Married Urath Marie 
Riley, Nov. 13, 1873. She was the 
daughter of William and Jane Her- 
ringtou Riley. He is a Real Estate 
Dealer, a Democrat, and a Methodist. 
He was a Contractor and Builder for 
22 years. 

Children: 
845— Wyley Burk. 
846— Amy. 
847— Percy Clair. 

(548) 
ELLA SAPP, daugh 
Sapp (27S) and Mary 
born March S, 1S56. 
Wichita, Kansas. She 
Cottman. 

(552) 
CELESTE, daughter 
Sapp (2S0) and Nancy 
ried Frank Shatterly. 
1893. 

Children: 
Clara. 

(553) 

SARA L., daughter 
Sapp (2S0) and Nancy 
Geo. Cramer. 
Children: 
Paul E. 
Dean S. 
Elizabeth Jane. 
Katherine Alberta. 

(554) 

ALBERTA, daughter of George H. 
Sapp (2S0) and Nancy Clark, is now- 
engaged in teaching school at Onarga, 
111., as High School Principal. She re- 
ceived special training at Chicago 
University. 



ter of Thomas 

A. Gregor, was 

Now lives at 

married James 



of George H. 
J. Clark, mar- 
Died March 18, 



of George H. 
Clark, married 



(555) 

WILLIAM F., son of James Sapp 
(285) and Catherine Patton. was born 
In Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Sept. 20, isr>2. He 
married April 22, 1SS4, Lillian Lyons 
b. June IS, 1S64. They now live m 
Toledo, Ohio. Mr. Sapp is iu the P. Q. 
work. 

Children: 

848— Veronica b. June 28, 1885. 

(556) 
CLARENCE J., sou of James Sapp 

(2S5) and Catherine Patten, was born 
June 20, 1S66. He married Jan. 22, 
1893 Catherine Shea b. June IS, 18G.^.' 
Present address, Toledo, Ohio. 

(557) 
CHARLES S., son of James Sapp 
(285) and Catherine Patton, was born 
June 18. 1869. He married Kvaline 
Bartlett b. Sept. 1, 1877. Now vssMe 
in Toledo, where Mr. Sapp is in the 
Post Office work. 
Children: 

849— Evaline S., b. 1906. 

(55S) 
ELIZABETH R., daughter of James 
Sapp (285) and Catherine Patton, wa.^ 
born April 1, 1875. She married Al- 
bert Whitford b. 1874. Thev live In 
Toledo. 

Children: 

Clarence, b. Aug. 1903, 
Catherine, 1905. 
Mary, 1908. 

(562) 
FIDELLAS E., son of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hoss, was 
born June 29, 1871. He married Mary 
Date. Now resides near Danvilla. 
Ohio. 

(563) 
FRANK A., son of George W. ?.Tj;.p 
(291) and Isabelle Hess, was bor;a Oct. 
13, 1872. On Nov. 8, 1899 he roan led 
Victoria Blubaugh b. May 11, 1S7'\ 
daughter of John and Ma.'-y Blubaugh! 
Now lives at Mt. Vernon. Ohio. 
Children: 

850— Rynold F., born April 2S 
1903. 



A HISTOUY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



S3 



851— Paul A., born Doc. 16, 1904. 
852— Lewis S.. born June 15, 1906. 
853— Julia M., born June 19, 1908. 

(564) 
RAYMOND M., son of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 
born Oct. 6, 1S74, and died Feb. 13, 
ISSO. 

(565) 

CURTIS L., son of George W. Sapp 
(291) and Isabelle Hess, was born 
March 30, 1S76. He married Florence 
Hess. Now lives at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

(566) 
AYMAN A., son of George W. Sapp 
(291) and Isabelle Hess, was born 
Dec. 17, 1877. He married Maude Blu- 
baugh. Now lives at Danville, Ohio. 

(567) 

ETTA C, daughter of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 
born Oct. 7, 1879. On Jan. 30, 1900 
she married Lawrence Schwartz born 
June 11, 1877. They now live in 
Columbus, Ohio. 
Children: 

Hazel, born Aug. 10, 1904. 
Ruth, born Nov. 16, 1908. 

(568) 

MILDRED O., daughter of George 

W. Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 

born Sept. 26, ISSl. She married Bert 

Henley, now resides in Wooster, Ohio. 

(569) 

CLARENCE D., son of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 
born April 27, 1SS3. He married Mary 
Clark, now lives in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

(570) 
ODA C, son of George W. Sapp 
(291) and Isabelle Hess, was bom Jan. 
1, 1885. Now lives in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 
Unmarried. 

(571) 

ZETA M., daughter of George W. 

Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 

born June 10, 1SS7. On Jan. 19, 1906 

she married Dumont Mohler, born 



June 22, 1886. Now lives in ML Ver- 
non, Ohio. 
Children: 

Clinton Paul, born Feb. 11, 190S. 

(572) 
LIZZIE A., daughter of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Isabelle Hess, was 
born Dec. 1888. Present address Col- 
umbus, Ohio. 

(573) 
RACHEL E., daughter of George W. 
Sapp (291) and Georgia Bickel, was 
born May 16, 1906. 

(583) 
CHARLES A., son of John R. Sapp 
(311) and Sarepta Pool, was bora 
April 24, 1879. His wife Margaret was 
born Dec. 22, 1884, and they were 
married Dec. 7, 1904. Now reside near 
Toronto, Ohio. 

(584) 
ROSS WILBUR, son of John R. 
Sapp (311) and Sarepta Pool, was 
born May 19, 18S0. On Nov. 11, 190S, 

he married Anna , born March 21, 

1882. 

(585) 
LOYD L., son of John R. Sapp (311) 
and Sarepta Pool, was born July 14. 
1881. Resides at Toronto, Ohio. 
(586) 
JOHN EDGAR, son of John R. Sapp 
(311) and Sarepta Pool, was bom Dec. 
9, 1882. On Dec. 9, 1909, he married 
Elma J. Wiles. They reside in 
Toronto, Ohio. 

(587) 
ELBERT L.. son of John R. Sapp 
(311) and Sarepta Pool, was born Sept. 
13, 1893. Resides with parents at 
Toronto, Ohio. 

(588) 
JOSEPH M., son of John R. Sapp 
(311) and Sarepta Pool, was bom 
Sept. 13, 1893. Resides with parents, 
Toronto, Ohio. 

(589) 
NANCY I., daughter of George C. 
Sapp (312) and Catherine Herald 
was bora July 21, 1888. 

(590) 
ELIZABETH, J., daughter of James 



54 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



S. Sapp (3H) and Belle C. Johnson, 
was born rvlarch 20, 1S81. Married 
Orville S. Wilson. 

(593) 
WILLIAM F., son of William 
Fletcher Sapp (324) and Mary C. 
Brown, now resides in Council BlufTs, 
Iowa, engaged in the real estate and 
Insurance business. He married 
Lucy Ix)omis, born November 9, 1S66. 
(594) 

CLINTON E., son of Dr. Calvin 
Sapp (329) and Sarah Baker, was bom 
Feb. 4. 1552 at Loudenville. Ohio. Re- 
ceived his education in Danville and 
Gambier, Ohio. Graduated from the 
Medical College of Ohio, in Cincinnati 
in 1S75. Has practiced medicine in 
Ohio, Kansas, Colorado. Washington. 
Oregon, California, and for the past 
ten years in South Omaha. Was city 
physician of South Omaha for three 
years. 

(596) 

DORA B., daughter of Calvin Sapp 
(329) and Sarah Baker, resides in 

Cincinnati, Ohio. She married 

Hayward. 
Children: 
Dorothy. 
Robert Clinton. 

(597) 

F. VICTORIA, daughter of Calvin 
Sapp (329) and Sarah Baker, married 
Edward D. Miller, resides in Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Children: 
Maude. 

(593) 

LOUETTA, daughter of Calvin Sapp 
(329) and Sarah Baker, married Wm. 
H. Miller. 

Children: 
Wm. Clinton. 

(599) 

LOUELLA, daughter of William 
Dillon Sapp (330) and Jennie Hav.-- 
thome. married Dr. Thomas Hacker. 
They resided in Indianapolis, Ind. 
Children: 
- Dillon Hacker. 



(600) 
DONNA LOUISE, daughter of Josepti 
Sapp (332) and Ruth Jefferson, was 
bom in Danville, Ohio, Dec. 17, 1878. 
She now lives in Dayton, Ohio. 

(601) 

CARL JEFFERSON, son of Joseph 

Sapp (332) and Ruth M. Jefferson. 

was bom in Cuyahoga Falls, May 24, 

1882. He now lives in Columbus, O. 

(605) 

ROSE, daughter of Walter Scott 
Sapp (335) and Alice Burris, was bom 
March 10, 1S82. She now lives in 
Columbus, Ohio. 

(606) 

FANNIE, daughter of Walter Scott 
Sapp (335) and Alice Burris, was bom 
May 6. 1SS5. She married Dec. 16. 
1908, Harry K. Koons, born Jan. 15, 
1884. 

(607) 

WINFIELD EARL, son of Channing 
Sapp (337) and Emma Brown, was 
born in Danville, Ohio, July 27, 1SS3. 
On June 11, 1908 he married Edith 
Victoria Erickson. born June 30, 18S9. 
He is a graduate of the Pharmacy 
Dept. of Columbia University, New 
York. Now resides in Pittsburg, Pa. 

(608) 

ROY VERN.A.L, son of Channing 
Sapp (337) and Emma Brown, was 
born May 19, 1SS7. He is a Pharmacist 
of Pittsburg, Pa. 

(611) 

SILAS, son of Lyman Sapp (343) 
and Mellisa Kirtley, balonged to Co. 
H. 160 Indiana Volunteers Infantry. 
in which Company he was Sergeant. 
He died in Denison Hospital. Lexing- 
ton, Ky., Sept. 15, 1898. 

(614) 

JULIUS, son of George 3r,rn (3-16) 
and Delia Ann White, married Cassie 
Wiggins. 

Children: 
854— Mary. 
855 — Bertha. 
856— Hildegard. 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



(619) 
D"^nGHT E., son of William C. Sapp 
(347) and Frances Sapp (345) was 
bom Sept. 26, 1863 at Mt. Vernon, 
Ohio. On Dec. 5, 1S94 he married 
Alice E!. Thompson of Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Children: 

857— Allen Dwight, born April 10. 
1896. 

(620) 
ESTELLA S., daughter of William 
C. Sapp (347) and Frances Sapp (345) 
was bom Dec. 21, 1865 at Mt. Vemon, 
Ohio. On Sept. 16, 1S91 she mar- 
ried Wilber E. Fisher of that place. 

(621) 

KATHERIXE E., daughter of Sol- 
omon Sapp (351) and Mary Crouse, 
was bora May 8, 1864. 

(622) 

CASSIUS L., son of Solomon Sapp 
(351) and Mary Crouse, was born 
April 10, 1S66. On Oct. 5, 1S93 he mar- 
ried Elizabeth J. Crawford. 
Children: 

858— Russel C. born Dec. 26, 1894. 
859— Mildred M., born Nov. 15, 
1896. 

(623) 
FREDERICK R., son of Solomon 
Sapp (351) and Mary Crouse. was 
born April 22, 1875 and died June 7, 
1876. 

(624) 
AMY E., daughter of Solomon Sapp 
(351) and Mary Crouse, was bora Dec. 
18, 18S0. On Sept. 30, 1S39 she mar- 
ried James F. Donavan. 
Children: 

Margaret Mary, bora Nov. 1903. 

(635) 
EMMA CECELIA, daughter of Fran- 
cis Sapp (361) and Mary Ann Camey, 
was bora Aug. 11, 1872. She married 
Edward Bums. 

(636) 

MARY FRANCES, daughter of Fran- 
cis Sapp (361) and Mary Ann Carney, 
was bora June 4, 1874. She is in a 
convent of Dominician Sisters. 



(637) 
ISABELL, daughter of Francis Sapp 
(361) and Mary Ann Carney, was bora 
Sept. 14, 1876. She married S .E. 
Blubaugh. 

(638) 

CHARLES RAYMOND, son of Fran- 
cis Sapp (361) and Mary Ann Carney, 
was bora April 21, 1879. He married 
Nettie Shrimplin. 

(639) 
WILLIAM EDWARD, son of Francis 
Sapp (361) and Mary Ann Caraey. was 
bora Oct. 15, 1881. 

(640) 
ANNA A. LENA, daughter of Fran- 
cis Sapp (361) and Mary Ann Carney, 
was bora Aug. 3L 1SS4. 

(644) 
FRANK FINCH, son of Francio M. 
Sapp (371) and Mary A. Finch, was 
bora in Woodstock. 111., Oct. 11. 1S6S. 
Attended Oberlin College. Has been 
identified with newspaper work all his 
life and specializes in advertising. Now 
a member of firm of Sapp &: Forrahals, 
Business Counselors. He married Oct. 
20, 1897, Jessie Isabell Chanpell, of 
Cornwall, Canada. Mr. Sapp is a Re- 
publican in politics and is a Mason. 

(645) 
RALPH EVERETT, son of F.-ancis 
M. Sapp (371) and Mary Finch, was 
bora in Ottawa, 111.. Oct. 23, 1S70. A 
Republican in politics and a Congrega- 
tionalist in church creed. Mr. Sapp 
has made a specialty of music and is 
a director, vocalist and teacher of 
voice and now located at Cleveland, 
Ohio. At present he has th3 mu?ic in 
the Franklin Circle Church of Christ 
and is director of the Mendelssohn 
Club. 

(646) 

FREDERICK ARTHUR, son of Fran- 
cis M. Sapp (371) and Mar^- A. Finch, 
was bora Feb. 18, 1S77 at Ottawa. 111. 
Served as corporal in Co. C 3rd 111. Vol. 
Inf. Spanish American War and par- 
ticipated in the Porto Rican campaign. 
:MarrIed Feb. 18, 1901. Ruth Bent, %vlio 
was bora Oct 26, 1S77, daughter of 
Charles and Decimer Bent. Mrs. Sapp 



56 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



received an extended education at 
Oberlin College and the University or 
Wisconsin. Mr. Sapp is part owner 
and business manager of the publish- 
ing house of Sapp, Petitt &. Sapp. Is a 
Republican in politics. 
Children: 

860 — Kenneth Bent, born Oct. 11, 

1901. 
861— Charles Bent, born Nov. 2. 

1903. 
862— Marian, born Sept. 21, 1908. 

(647) 

MARY BERTHA, daughter of Fran- 
cis M. Sapp (371) and Mary A. Finch, 
was born in Ottawa, 111., Feb. 2S, 1879. 
Educated at Ottawa High School and 
Oberlin College, and has also special- 
ized in music. Married June 14, 1905, 
Byron Bostwick Brockway, son of 
Frederick B. Brockway and born Dec. 
24, 1878, in Ripley, N. Y. 

Children: 
Jean, born Nov. 5, 1906. 

(648) 
NOAH Milton, son of Edgar S. Sapp 

(377) and Emma Formhals, was born 
June 10, 1SS3. Is a graduate of High 
School and is engaged in the brokerage 
business in Chicago. He is a Repub- 
lican and a member of the Episcopal 
Church. 

(649) 
ELVA JENNINGS, daughter of Ed- 
gar Sapp (377) and Emma Formhals, 
was born Sept. 16, 1886. Graduate 
from the Ottawa High School. Mem- 
ber of the Congregational Church. 

(650) 
REVA, daughter of Dexter T. Sapp 

(378) and Ella F. Ellsworth, was born 
Jan. 14, 1876, married J. R. O'Conner 
who resides now at Rocky Ford, Colo. 
Mr. O'Conner is editor and owner of 
the Rocky Ford Tribune. 

(680) 
EARL NELSON, son of Elias W. 
Sapp (411) and Margaret Troup, was 
bom in Rockport, Mo., Dec. 2.5, 1878. 
On Aug. 20, 1902, he married Anna 
Marie Emer>'. Mr. Sapp is now living 
in Hutchinson, Kansas, engaged in 
the handling and milling of alfalfa. 



(681) 
CHARLES TROUP, son of Elias 
W. Sapp (411) and Margaret Troup, 
was born in Westboro, .Mo., Jan. 27, 
1882, he married Kathleen Hinchon. 
They now reside at 607 Kansas Ave., 
Topeka, Kansas. 

8C3 — Earl Wilson, born March 10, 
1909. 

(684) 
FRANCES, daughter of Elias Sapp 
(414) and Georgia E. Porter, married 
W. S. Fultz. 
Children: 
Francis. 
Dorothy. 

(685) 
BURDELLA, daughter of Elias Sapp 
(414) and Georgia E. Porter, mar- 
ried H. E. Bostwick. 
Children: 
Lawrence P. 

(695) 
WM. MASTEN, son of Solomon 
Sapp (425) and Sarah Jane Masten, 
was born Oct. 21, 1847 at Mastea Cor- 
ner, Del., died on May 4, 1S75 at 
Wyaner, 111. Was married Feb. 20. 
1SC8 at Felton, Del., to Susan Carter 
who was born May 10, 1S47. She was 
the daughter of Philemon and Eunity 
Carter. 

Children: 

864 — Solomon Layton. 
865 — Harry Carter. 

(697) 
LOWDEN LAYTON. son of Solomon 
Sapp (425) and Sarah Jane Maston, 
was bom Aug. 29, 1850. Married to 
Laura Mileham. bom Sept. 30, ISOO at 
Felton, Del. She was the daughter 
of Edward D. Mileham and Martha 
Booth. Mr. Sapp was a farmer, in 
politics a Democrat, and in religion a 
Methodist and resides Ui Harrington, 
Del. He owns a fine home in Har- 
rington, Del., and spends his time 
looking after his farms. Quite a pol- 
itician, an all wool Democrat. 

(698) 
EMMA ELIZABETH, daughter of 
John Reed Sapp (426) and Caroline 
Mercer, was born July 12, 1858 at 



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57 



Wyanet, 111. :\Iarried Dec. 30, 1875 at 
Wyanet to Jas. B. McBride. 
Children: 

John William, born Feb. 20, 1892. 
Died Feb. 4, 1897. 

(700) 
EVA FLORENCE, daughter of John 
R. Sapp (42G) and Caroline Mercer, 
was born June 25, 1857 at Wyanet, 
111. Was married Oct. 30, 1879 to Wm. 
L. Cross, bom May 20, 1854. died 
1903. She married second Frank 
Ewers on July 2, 1903 at Princeton. 
He was born 4-10-1852 at Hunter, 
Ohio. 

Children by first husband: 

Nellie May, bom 3-30-1884, died 
- 1-2-1894. 

(701) 
ADA BELL, daughter of John R. 
Sapp (426) and Caroline Mercer, was 
born Nov. 30, 1859 in Bureau Co. 111. 
Was married Nov. 1882 to Thomas 
Cecil, born Nov. 3, 1858 at Sheffield. 
Children: 

John Edwards, born 12-18-1885. 
Jessie Isabel, born 3-16-1888. 

(702) 
JOHN MERCER, son of John Reed 
Sapp (426) and Caroline Mercer, was 
born 5-26-1861 at Wyanet, 111. Was 
married to Margaret E. White 1-15- 
1896. She was born 6-21-1870 at 
Wyanet, 111., the daughter of George 
White and Ann Smith. He was a 
farmer, a Democrat and a Methodist. 
Children: 

866 — Irene Caroline, bom 10-23- 

1896. 
867 — Anna Elizabeth, bom 1-30- 

1903. 
868— Marjorie White, bora 12-20- 
1906. 

(703) 
WILLIAM EDWARD, son of John 
R. Sapp (426) and Caroline Mercer, 
was bom 2-3-1 SC4. Was married 1-9- 
1895 at Kansas City, Mo., to Rosa- 
mond Mayo, born 1-2-1871 at Pleasant 
Hill, Mo. She was the daughter of 
Chas. L. Mayo and Josephine McRey- 
Dolds. Mr. Sapp is a retired farmer, 
a Democrat and a Methodist. Resides 
at Princeton, 111. 



(704) 
NELLIE MAY, daughter of John R. 
Sapp (426) and Caroline Mercer, was 
bom 5-24-67 at Wyanet. 111. Was mar- 
ried Nov. 26, 1885 to Ralph Yates 
Breed. He was born 1860, son of 
Simon Peter and Alvina Breed. 
Children: 
Simon. 
Clifford, born 10-7-1886, married 

Margaret Crockers. 
De Ette, bora 12-15-lSSS. 
Carolyn Bell, born 9-27-1891. 
Audrey Nell, bom 6-6-1904. 

(705) 

FRED L., son of John R. Sapp 
(426) and Caroline Mercer, was born 
6-12-1876 at Princeton, 111. Was mar- 
ried to Alta M. Johnson 12-24-1901. 
She was bom 6-6-1S81 at Altamont, 
111. Was the daughter of Chas. E. 
Johnson and Margaret Peterson. Mr. 
Sapp is a farmer, a Democrat and re- 
sides near Princeton, 111. 
Children: 

869— Martha Jane, bora 10-1902. 

870— John R., bom 3-11-1906. 

871 — Alta Rosamond, born 1908. 

(706) 

ALBERT, son of Elijah Sapp (427) 
and Elizabeth Hughes, was bom Nov. 
28, 1854. He married Ida Harrington, 

(707) 

WALTER, son of Elijah Sapp (427) 
and Elizabeth Hughes, was born July 
13, 1857, at Hollandville, Del. Was 
married 12-27-1S77 at Harrington, 
Del., to Sarah Booth, bom Ji;n3 IS, 
1858 ,daughter of Joseph and Sarah 
Booth. Mr. Sapp was a Democrat, a 
■ Methodist and a merchant. 
Children: 

872— Archie B. 
873— Alta Mae. 

(708) 
CLARA BELLE, daughter of Elijah 
Sapp (427) and Elizabeth Hughes, was 
born Dec. 28, 1859 at Hollandville, 
Del., and married 2-11-1880 James 
Townsend, a merchant, a Republican 
and a Methodist, residing at Masten 
Corner, Del. 



58 



A HISTORY OF THE 



3 A P P FAMILY 



Children: 

Wm. Elijah. Tjorn 10-17-1880. 
Irma Jane, born 1-20-1SS3, mar- 
ried Leonard Harrington 11-15 
1905. 
Ray, born 2-20-18S5. 
(709) 
ELLA FLORENCE, daughter of 
Elijah Sapp (427) and Elizabeth 
Hughes, was born Aug 23, 1863, and 
married George Smith. 
(710) 
ROSALIE, daughter of Elijah Sapp 
(427) and Elizabeth Hughes, was bom 
Jan. 28, 1867. Was married Dec. 29, 
1888 to John Harrington, son of 
Samuel Harrington. He is a prosper- 
ous farmer residing near Harrington. 
DeL 

Children: 

Samuel, born 1-3-1889. 
Elijah Sapp, born 12-29-1890. 
(711) 
ELIZABETH, daughter of Elijah 
Sapp (427) and Elizabeth Hughes, 
was born April 12, 1863 at Holland- 
ville, Del . She married Jan. 23, 1892 
Hezekiah Masten. They now reside 
in Felton, Del. 

Children: 

Inez, born Dec. 9, 1892, died June 
8, 1894. 

(712) 
WILBERT HEXRY. son of David 
Sapp (430) and Sarah Carter, was 
bom 1-1-64. Married 12-9-1886 to 
Martha Hartong, who was born 8-6- 
1866. Mr. Sapp is a prosperous farm- 
er. 

Children: 

874— Edward Gilbert, bom 1-18- 
1897, died 2-8-1S97. 
(713) 
ORA CARTER, son of David R. 
Sapp (430) and Sarah Carter, was 
bora 8-3-1869. :Married 11-24-1890 at 
Harrington, Del., to Elva Smith 
daughter of R. H. Smith. He is a 
Democrat, a Protestant .and president 
of the P'eoples' Nat'l Bank. 
Children: 

875 — Olan Carlyle, bom 10-27- 
1891. 
- 876 — Leonard, born 7-21-1S9S. 



(714) 

SOLOMON EDGAR, son of Heze- 
kiah Sapp (431) and Annie E. Smith, 
was bom 7-29-1867. Married Mary 
Rich. 

(715) 

EVERETT SMITH, son of Heze- 
kiah Sapp (431) and Annie E. Smith, 
was bom April 16, 1869. Married An- 
nie Fisher; married second, Woodie 
Blythe, Wyanet, 111. 

(716) 

IRMA, daughter of Hezekiah Sapp 
(431) and Annie E. Smith, was bom 
11-1-1870. Married Isaac Hammond. 

(717) 

WILLIAM, son of Hezekiah Sapp 
(431) and Annie E. Smith, was bom 
March 6, 1875. 

(718) 
EDNA BELL, daughter of Hezekiah 
Sapp (431) and Annie E. Smith, was 
born 2-13-1879. Married Charles 
Augstadt. 

Children: 
Millard. 

(719) 
CHARLES, son of Hezekiah Sanp 
(431) and Annie E. Smith, wa.'^ bom 
12-1883. Married Lillian Sherwood. 

(720) 
ELIHf , son of Hezekiah Sapp (431) 
and Annie E. Smith, was bora March 
6, 1889. 

(721) 
LOLA, daughter of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender G. Gooden. wa^ 
bom 7-17-1874, at Willow Grove. Del. 
Was married Oct. 14, 1896 to Edsar 
W. Dill, bom 9-23-1870 at Petersburg. 
He was the son of Luther and Mary 
E. Dill. 

Children: 

Kathleen, born 8-29-1899. 
James Hubert, bom 11-24-1904. 
(722) 
EDWARD, son of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender Gooden, was bora 
Oct 15, 1875. 

(723) 
JOHN GOODEN, son of James E. 
Sapp (433) and Ellender Gooden, was 



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59 



bom 12-12-1S7G at Willow Grove. Del. 
Married 11-25-1903 at Harrington, Del., 
to Inez Wlx Raughley. born 1-4-1883. 
daughter of Alfred and Martha Raugh- 
ley. Mr. Sapp is a Democrat, a Meth- 
odist, and resides at Wayuet, 111. He 
has been much interested in the Sapp 
geneology for a good many years, and 
is one of the editors of this book. 
He is cashier of the Bank of Wyanet. 
He is a very enthusiastic baseball 
fan, and spends many spare hours at 
the national game. 

(724) 

ROBERTA HALL, daughter of 
James Emery Sapp (433) and Ellender 
Gooden, was born 9-24-1 S7S at Willow 
Grove, Del. Was married 1-1-1902 to 
Wm. Kline Cook, born 5-30-1874 at 
Woodside, Del. 
Children: 

Wm. Kline Jr., born April 30, 
1906. 

(725) 
WILLIA:\I, son of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender Gooden, was born 
Oct. 8, 18S0 and died July 27. 1882. 

(726) 
JAMES E. Jr., son of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender Gooden, was born 
9-13-82. 

(727) 
L. BAYARD, son of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender Gooden, was born 
4-7-85. Assistant Cashier First Nat'I 
Bank. Wyoming, Del. 

(728) 
VICTOR M., son of James E. Sapp 
(433) and Ellender Gooden, was born 
5-12-88. Is in 13th Infantry, now lo- 
cated at Ft. Ivcavenworth, Kansas. 

(729) 

EPHRIAM, son of Isaac Sapp (434) 
and Elizabeth Camper, was born July 
7, 1859. 

(730) 

EPHRIAM. son of Isaac Sapp (434) 
and Elizabeth Camper, was bom 4-17- 
1860. Was married at Valley Springs, 

Children: 
877— Otto. 



878— Mary Edna. 
879- Earle. 

(731) 
MARY EDXA. daughter of Isaac 
Sapp (434) and Elizabeth Camper, 
was bom May 1862. 

(732) 
MARY BELL, daughter of Wm. 
Henry Sapp (438) and Mary Morris, 
was born 0-20-71. Was married 2-2- 
1SS9 at Montrose, Mo., to Sam Bald- 
win. 

Alma Mae, bora 8-18-1890. died 
9-7-1905. 

(733) 
BLANCHE, daughter of Wm. Henry 
Sapp (438) and Mary Morris, v.- as 
born May 20, 1873. and married 9-1-1 
1891, at Clinton, Mo., to Ed Bald- 
win. 

Children: 

William Ed, bora 2-24-1894. 
Alice E., born 11-27-1893, died 10- 

22-1898. 
Joseph Lee, bora 8-15-1897. 
Baby Baldwin, bora 9-22-1898. 
Thomas, bora 9-22-1900. 
(734) 
MAUD, daughter of V.'m. Henry 
Sapp (438) and Mary ^Morri-. was 
born April 23, 1876. Married 7-29-1 S?l 
at Montrose, Mo., to Austin E. Red- 
ford. 

Children: 

Everett, bora 9-27-1896. 
Jessie, bora 10-20-1898. 
'Wm. Earl, born 9-15-1904. 
(735) 
PEARL MAY. daughter of Wm. 
Henr>' Sapp (438) and Mary Morris, 
was born Dec. 20, 1877. Was married 
Sept. 28. 1S97 at Clinton, Mo., to 
"Wm. Sargeant. 
Children: 

Bertha Edna, bora 11-10-1 S93. 
Audria Pearl, bora 5-10-1900. 
(736) 
EVERETT, son of Wm. Sapp (438) 
and Mary- Morris, was born 12-17- 
1879. Was married 2-27-1906 at Clinton 
Mo., to Myri;le Horrell. 
Children: 
880— Ruth. 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P F A M I L 



(737) 
GEOrvGE, son of Wm. H. Sapp (438) 
and Sarah Walker, was bom 11-12- 
1882. 

(738) 
BERTHA, daughter of Wm. H. 
Sapp (438) and Sarah Walker, was 
bom 4-22-1888. 

(739) 
NELLIE, daughter of Wm. H. Sapp 
(438) and Sarah Walker, was born 
6-20-1891. 

(740) 
MABEL JANE, daughter of Wm. H. 
Sapp (438) and Sarah Walker, was 
bom 7-24-93. 

(741) 
ISAAC EDWARD, son of Samuel 
Sapp (439) and Mar>' Jane Sapp 
(425), was bora 12-26-1867. Married 
Anna McPbeeley. 
Children: 

881— Harry Willis, born 1900. 
882 — Alexander Edward. 

(750) 
WM. EDWARD, son of John W. 
Sapp (444) and Marj- L. Sister, was 
bom June 25, 1856 at Wyanet, 111. 
Was married 8-8-1 S So to Adah Pea- 
cock, who was born 7-21-1 SC2, daugh- 
ter of Joseph Peacock and Mary 
Kindred. Mr. Sapp was a farmer, a 
Democrat and a Methodist, and re- 
sided at Wyanet, 111. 
Children: 

883— Ralph Kindred, bom 4'-15- 

1887. 
884— Joseph Claud, bora 12-3-1SS8. 
885 — Mary Lorine, bora 7-24-1891. 

(751) 
CHARLES W., son of John W. Sapp 

(444) and Mary L. Sister, was bom 
Sept 1858, and married Minnie Cole- 
man. 

(752) 
MARTIN LUTHER, son of John W. 
Sapp (444) and Marj- L. Sister, was 
bom March, 1861, and married Waine 
Hurst. 

(753) 

LUELLA .daughter of Henry Sapp 

(445) and Martha Mills, was bora 



April 21, 1862, married May 6, 1883 to 
M. M. Cuslc. 
Children: 

Dennis, born 12-6-1883. 

(754) 

CHARLES MILLS, soil of Henry 
Sapp (445) and Martha Mills, was 
born 5-30-1864; married 11-12-1885 at 
Princeton, 111., to Nell Vinden. 
Children: 

886— Edwin Vinden, born 8-15-1888. 
887— Lee, born 7-6-18SS. 

(755) 

HATTIE L., daughter of Elijah Sapp 
(446) and Mary King, was born 10-20- 
1859; married W. J. Yates in 1880. 

(756) 

EDWARD H.. son of Elijah Sapp 
(446) and Mary King, was born 12-11- 
1861. 

(757) 

ANGIE, daughter of Elijah Sapp 
(446) and Mary King, was born March 
8, 1868, and married 1889 to W. B. 
Keel. 

(759) 

^MLLIAM EDWARD, son of .Andrew 
J. Sapp (453) and Ann ZeigK-r, was 
born June 12, 1S59 at Wyanet, 111., mar- 
ried Cora Sparks. He is a Democrat, 
and a Methodist and resides at V.'ya- 
net. 111. President of the Bank of Wya- 
net and a large land owner. 

Children: 

888 — Raymond Andrew. 

(760) 

IDELLA MAY, daughter of Andrew 
Sapp (453) and Ann Zeigler, was 
born 8-11-64 and died 9-11-1865. 

(761) 

ELMER, son of Andrew J. Sapp 
(453) and Ann Zeigier, was born 6-15- 
1SG6, at Wyanet, III., was married lo 
Edna Olds, a retired banker and V. P. 
of Bureau Co. Independent Telephone 
Co. Mrs. Sapp is a grand-niece cf 
Wm. Cullen Bryant. 

Children: 

889 — Gladys, h^,a t 13-1894. 



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61 



died 



(762) 
HERMAN, son of Andrew Sapp 
(453) and Ann Zeigler. was born 8-S- 
1870 and died 12-25-1872. 
(766) 
GEORGE, son of Ephraim Sapp 
(459) and Elizabeth Greenlee, was 
born 6-2-lSCO. was married 2-1-1883 to 
Melissa Riddle, born 9-29-1860. 
Children: 

890— Elsa. born 11-25-18S7. 
891— Rosa Orr, born 12-22-1892. 
(767) 
SARAH AXX, daughter of Ephriam 
Sapp (459) and Elizabeth Greenlee, 
was born 6-7-1862; was married 9-3- 
1882 to John Foster, born 1-11-1853. 
Children: 

William E., born 7-26-1883. 
Verda Belle, born 2-27-1885; 

5-8-1SS7. 
Alice Maude, born 3-26-1887. 
John Charles, born 3-20-1890. 
Zora Vern, born 6-1-1892. 
(768) 
ROBERT L.. son of Ephriam 
(459) and Elizabeth Greenlee, 
born 10-19-1865; married first. March, 
1888, to Alice Chntirn who was born 
11-29-1865; died 6-9-97. He married 
second time 4-7-1S99. 
Children: 

892— Herbert Otha. born 6-6-1890. 
893— Harley Franklin, born 3-4- 
1893. 

(769) 
MARY SUSAN, daughter of Eph- 
riam Sapp (459) and Elizabeth Green- 
lee, was born 5-16-1S6S; married 6-29- 
1887 to James B. Studer, who was born 
12-10-1862. 
Children: 

Earl, born 11-12-1887. 

Alda. bom 5-5-1889. 

Roland, born 8-10-1891; died 7-3- 

1892. 
Rosmond, 7-6-1S93. 
Lyle, 3-23-1898. 
Mable, 5-14-1901. 



Sapp 
was 



WILLIAM G 
(459) and Elizabeth 



(770) 

son of Ephriam Sapp 
Greenlee, was 



born 4-9-1871; married 12-25-1892 to 
Lena D. Burland, who was born 3-27- 
1872. 

Children: 

894— Lilah Alma, born 1-30-1894. 
895 — Harold Ellsworth, born 12- 

19-15-6. 
896— Mildred Mola, boiu S-30-1898. 
897— Orlie William, born 7-29-1901. 
(771) 
LOriE, daughter of Ephriam Sapp 
(459) and Elizabeth Greenlee, was 
born 5-23-1S75; married 1-29-1895 to 
Samuel T. Wilson, who was boru 
9-13-1S76. 
Children: 

Effie lona, born. 7-11-1896. 
Frances Marie, born 12-26-1S9S. 
Gladys Bessie, born 1-16-1902. 

(772) 
EPHRIAM R.. son of Ephriam 
(459) and Elizabeth Greenlee, 
born August 13, 1877. 
(773) 
IRA C, son of Robert H. Sapp 
and Mary S. Cooper, was born 
1874, in Henry Co., Mo. .'.Carried 
Dillon, born 2-27. She was a d 
ter of Rev. L. Dillon. 
Children: 

898— Alma, born 4-3-1899. 
899— Irvin, born 2-19-1902. 
(774) 
IDA M„ daughter of Robert H. 
(463) and Mary 3. Cooper, was 
2-19-76 at Whiteside Co, 111.; was 
ried 2-22-1893 to J. S. Raygan. 
12-15-1861. 
Children: 

Ralph, born 2-17-1894. 

• Dilah, born 5-24-1897. 

Beulah, born 11-22-18 

1896. 
Catha, born 4-1-1901. 

(775) 

WALTER E., son of Robert H. Sapp 
(463) and Mary Cooper, was born 11- 
16-1877; married Ix)retta Dillon, born 
3-17-1883 at Marshall Co., Iowa, daugh- 
ter of Rev. J. Dillon. 

Children: 
900— Flora Bell, born 10-25-1900. 



Sapp 
was 



(463; 

9-10- 

Mary 

augh- 



bapp 
born 
mar- 
born 



died 8-14- 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



(776) 
STELLA v., daughter of Robert H. 
Sapp (463) and Mary CooptT. was 
born 9-10-Sl, Carroll Co., Iowa; was 
married 4-S-l'JOO to W. E. Benedict, 
born l-lS-1870. 
Children: 

Doris Edna, born 8-1S-1901. 
(777) 
ELWOOD W., son of Robert H. 
Sapp (463) and Mo.ry S. Cooper, was 
born 3-22-S3 in Carroll Co., Iowa. 
(778) 
ALMA A., daughter of Robert H. 
Sapp (463) and Mary Cooper, was born 
June 7, 1S86. Died Dec. 21, 1887. 
(779) 
HATTIE B., daughter of Robert H. 
Sapp (463) and Mary S. Cooper, was 
born May 2, 1889, and died Sept. 11, 
1890. 

(792) 
JOSEPH WARDER, son of William 
T. Sapp (476) was born 12-23-1859, 
married Amanda Gooding 6-16-1901, 
daughter of Cornelius Gooding. He 
lived on a farm with father until 1881, 
when he attended State University. 
Elected Treasurer of Boone Co. Mo., 
11-6-1906. All relations are "Hard- 
shell' Baptist and Jefferson Demo- 
crats. 

(830) 
JOHN W., son of John W. 
(497) and Adella Cramer, was 
June 9, 1S90. 

(831) 

ERNEST E., son of John W. Sapp 
(497) and Adella Cramer, was 
June 25, 1896. 

(832) 
GEORGE M., son of John W. 
(497) and Adella Cramer, was 
Nov. 13, 1898. 

(833)- 
EMILYM., daughter of John W 
(497) and Adella Cramer, was 
Nov. 13, 1898. 

(834) 
WARREN H., son of Samuel W. 

Sapp (408) and Sigerson, was 

born 12-2-1885 in Nelson, Neb. He is 
now living in Kansas City, Kansas. 
His duties being clerical. 



Sapp 
born 



born 



Sapp 
born 



Sapp 
born 



(835) 

CLARENCE W., son of Samuel Sapp 

(498) and Sigerson, was born at 

Nelson, Neb.. 1-3-1SS7. Now clerking 
in Kansas City, Kansas. Is a Repub- 
lican in politics. 

(836) 

NELLIE E.. daughter of Samuel W. 

Sapp (498) and Sigerson, was 

born Sept. 7, 1S90. 

(864) 
SOLOMON LAYTON, son of Wm. 
Masten Sapp (695) and Susan Carter, 
was born 4-17-1869. Was married at 
Harrington, Del., to Mary Rosella 
Ward born 4-17-1874, at Harrington, 
Del., daughter of Joseph Ward and 
Mary Klurap. His occupation is in- 
surance. He is a Democrat and a 
Methodist and resides at Harrington, 
Kent County, Del. 
Children: 

901— Lillian Ward, born G-31-1894. 
902— Jessie Layton, born 1-30-1S9S. 
903— Jane Agnes, born 7-29-1S99. 

(872) 
ARCHIE BOOTH, son of Walter 
Sapp (797) and Sarah Booth, was born 
3-21-1883 near Harrington, Kent Coun- 
ty, Del. Received his early educa- 
tion at the public schools of Golds- 
boro, Md. Afterwards spent three 
years at Radolph Macon Ccllege. 
Licensed to preach 1904. Now a mem- 
ber of the Baltimore Conference of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church South. 

(873) 

ALTA MAE, daughter of Walter 
Sapp (707) and Sarah Booth, was born 
6-9-1886 near Whitleysborg, Kent Coun- 
ty, Del. Received her early education 
at the public school of Goldsboro. Md. 
Afterwards attended high school at 
the Southern Seminary, Buena Vista, 
Va., and Washington College, Chester- 
town, Md. Is now a teacher in the 
public schools of Caroline County, Md. 
(888) 

RAYMOND ANDREW, son of Wil- 
liam Sapp (759) and Cora Sparks, was 
born 10-7-1883. Married Bertha E. Col- 
lins 6-16-1909. 



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63 



Line "B' 



f 



(1) 

JOSEPH SAPP was born 1712 and 
died 1810, was born in England or 
Holland. Migrated to America when 
young with a brother, whose name 
was James or John, and at the out- 
break of the Revolution, joined the 
American Army. At the close of 
the Revolution, came west and set- 
tled west of the Alleghany Mountains, 
in what is now Monongahela Co., on 
Scoits Run, at ^Morgantown and died 
there in ISIO, aged 98. The other 
brother went on west of Ohio River 
and was never heard from. Joseph en- 
listed in 1776, serving seven years and 
four months, in the Delaware Blues, 
Captain Rhodes, under DeKalb and 
Gates. He married Polly Pride. 
Children: 

2 — Benjamin Franklin, 

3 — Samuel. 

4 — Henry. 

5— Elizabeth. 

6 — Sarah. 

7— Polly. 

(2) 
BENJAMIN F., son of Joseph Sapp 
was born 5-3-1797, died 4-1877, mar- 
ried Sarah Guthrie about 1816 in W. 
Va. She was the daughter of Robert 
and Elizaberh Guthrie, born 7-19-1797. 
Children: 
8— Selby A. 
9 — Joseph. 
10 — Rebecca. 
11 — Samuel Guthrie. 
12— William Riley. 
13— Charlotte. 
14 — Henry. 
15 — Edmund. 
16— Sarah. 

17 — John, died in infancy. 
18— Phoebe. 

19 — Benjamin Franklin. 
20 — James Steenrod. 
21 — James Newton. 

(3) 

SAMUEL, sou of Joseph Sapp (1) 
and Polly Pride, married Sarah Beard. 



Children: 
22 — Joseph. 
23— Sarah. 
24 — Ruhama. 
25 — Martha. 
26— Nancj'. 
27 — Benjamin. 



(4) 



HENRY, son of Joseph Sapp (1) and 
Polly Pride, married Johanna Chipps. 
Children: 
28 — Joseph. 
29— Sarah. 
30— Alcinda. 
31 — Benjamin. 
32 — Joanna. 

(5) 

ELIZABETH, daughter of Joseph 
Sapp (1) and Polly Pride, married Ed- 
mund Guthrie and second Celeb 
Tripett. 

Children by first husband: 

Joseph. 

James. 

Oliver. 

Benjamin. 

Sarah. 

Edmond. 

Henry. 
Children by second husband: 

Louise. 

Elsie. 

Phoebe. 

Zellia. 

(6) 

SARAH, daughter of Joseph Sapp 
(1) and Polly Pride, married Stephen 
Stansberry. 
Children: 

Joseph, born Dec. 7, 1827, married 

Mary Holland. 
Mary, born Aug. 9, 1S29, married 
John Phillips. 

Francis, born Nov. 16, 1830, mar- 
ried Susan Goodnight. 
Sarah, born Jan. IS, 1832, married 

Hezekiah Summers. 
Henry, born Jan. 24, 1833, married 
Lucy Long. 



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A HIS TORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Jonathan, born Jan. 25. 1S34, mar- 
ried Ellen Bell. 

Stephen, born Mar. 16, 1835, mar- 
ried Mellissa Squires. 

William, horn Apr. 20, 1837, mar- 
ried Jane Cochran. 

Elijah, born July 16, 1838, married 
Celia Boggess. 

Eleanor, born June 27, 1840. 

Jonah, born Oct. 16, 1841, married 
Sarah Bell. 

Samuel, born Jan. 23, 1S43. 

Nathan, born :\Iarch 30, 1844. 

Maria Louise, born Aug. 11, 1845, 
married Leroy Beals. 

Delia Elizabeth, born Nov. 17, 1847 
married Wm. F. Fast. 

(7) 

POLLY, daughter of Joseph Sapp 
(1) married Henry Pride. 

(8) 

SELBY, son of Benjamin Sapp (2) 
and Sarah Guthrie, married May 16, 
1839 Phoebe Shuttleworth, second he 
married Elizabeth M. Ross, and third 
Betty A. Hogshead. Mr. Sapp was 
killed Nov. 17, 1893, by a coal vein 
falling on him on his farm In Marion 
Co., W. Va. 

Children by first wife: 
33— Wm. Leroy. 
34— Mary Ann. 
35— Sarah Ellen. 
36 — Alcinda Jane. 
37 — Columbia Dorcas. 
38 — Benjamin Franklin. 
39— Sanford Elzie. 
40 — Marquis de Lafayette. 
Children by second wife: 
40— Luther Ellsworth. 

(9) 

JOSEPH, son of Benjamin F. Sapp 
(2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born May 
10, 1819, married Cenith Shuttleworth, 
and second Rebecca B. Hoffman. Mr. 
Sapp died in 1886. 

Children by first wife: 
41 — Margaret. 
42 — Benjamin, born 1841, died In 

Infancy. 
43— Charlotte. 
Children by second wife: 



44— William. 

45— Cenith. 

46 — Samuel. 

47— Sarah. 

48 — Rebecca Jane. 

(10) 

REBECCA, daughter of Benjamin F. 
Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born 
March 13, 1821. Married Joshua Shut- 
tleworth. She died In 1904. 
Children: 

Catherine, born 1842. 

Benjamin F., born 1844. married 

Missouria Ashby. 
John, born 1845. 
William, born 1S47. 
Joshua Jr., born 1S48. 
Luraner, born 1850, married C. C. 

Chenoweth. 
Randolph, born 1351. 
Sarah Rebecca, born 1852. 
Andrew Notley, born 1856. 
Eunice, born 1857, married T. J. 

Watson. 
Mahala. born 1858. '' 

Laura, born 1859. 
Sclby Marshall, born 1861, married 
Ida Webber. 

(11) 

SAMUEL G., son of Benjamin F. 
Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born 
Jan. 25, 1823. He married first Jane 
Frum, June 8, 1845 and second, on 
Sept. 6, 1849, Martha Divitt. 
Children by first wife: 

49 — Joseph Edwin. 
Children by second wife: 
50 — Jane Roxana. 
51 — Robert Crawford. 
52 — Sadie Ann. 
53 — Regina Morrow. 
54 — George Brinton. 
55 — Samuel Brown. 



(12) 

WILLIAM RILEY, son of Benjamin 
F. Sapp (2) and Sarah Guihrie. was 
born 9-3-1825. Married 10-16-1841 Eliza- 
beth Tripett, born Aug. 4, 1829. 
Children: 

56 — Mary Catherine. 
57— Tapley Tripett. 
58— Wm. Riley. 



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65 



59 — Sarah Jane. 

60 — Alexander. 

61 — Henry. 

62 — Jefferson Davis. 

63 — Julia Rebecca. 

64 — Hannah Elizabeth. 

65— Hugh. 

66 — Laura Ellen. 

67 — Benjamin Franklin. 

(13) 

CHARLOTTE, daughter of Benja- 
min F. Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, 
was born Feb. 29, 1827. In 1S48 she 
married Phillip Shuttleworth. 
Children: 

Sarah. 

Mary, married Mitchell Emerson. 

Rebecca Jane, married W. E. Neil. 

Charlotte, married W. C. Buncut- 
ter. 

Catherine. 

Archibald T., married Ada Stem- 
pie. 

Benjamin F. 

Phillip Andrew. 

Phoebe, married Wm. Gordon. 

Eliza, married Wm. Wooting. 

Maggie, married A. A. McCrum. 

Andrew. 

Robert E. Lee. 

Mitchell. 

Gay. 

John. 

(14) 

HENRY, son of Benjamin F. Sapp 
(2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born 
March 2. 1829. He died unmarried in 
1849. 

(15) 
EDMUND, son of Benjamin F. Sapp 
(2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born Aug. 
4, 1831. He married first, Blanche 
Weaver, and second Katy Bunner-Ma- 
lone. 

Children by first wife: 
68— Sarah. 

69 — Thomas Jefferson. 
70— Elvira. 
71 — Sarepta. 
72— Godfrey Murdock. 
73— Tacy. 

(16) 
SARAH, daughter of Benjamin F. 
Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born 



Sept. 29, 1833. She married Randolph 
Bunner. 
Children: 
Alexander A. 
Benjamin F. 
James A. 

Jane, married R. S. Rogers. 
Margaret. 
Thomas J. 
Selby. 
Joseph. 
George W. 
Jacob. 
Albert. 
John. 

(18) 
PHOEBE, daughter of Benjamin F. 
Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, was born 
March 22, 1835. On Dec. 22, 1859 she 
married Benjamin Sapp (27). 
Children: 

74— Frank R. 
75 — Nelson G. 
76— Sadie Belle. 
77 — Jennie. 
78— Charles. 

(19) 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Jr., sea of 
Benjamin F. Sapp (2) and Sarah 
Guthrie, was born Feb. 12, 1837. Ho 
married Mary L. Weaver. At the out- 
break of the Civil War, he enlisted in 
the First West Virginia Cavalry, pro- 
moted to Second and First Lieuten- 
ancy and served till the close of the 
war. Now lives on the original home 
farm near Gladeville, W. Va. 
Children: 

79 — Ulysses S. 

80 — Kate. 

81— Roy. 

82— Hayes. 

83— Fannie. 

84 — Wade Hampton. 

85— Page. 

86— Grace. 

87— Gail. 

(20) 
JASPER STEENROD, son of Ben- 
jamin F. Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, 
was born Oct. 2, 1S39. He married lir.st 
Maggie Bunner and second, Abagaii 
Johnson. He now lives at Waynoka, 
Okla. 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Children by first wife: 

88 — Louvenna. 

89 — Eliza. 

90— Harold. 
Children by second wife: 

91— Delura. 

92— Maude S. 

93— Wayne. 

(21) 

JAMES NEWTON, son of Benjamin 
F. Sapp (2) and Sarah Guthrie, was 
born Feb. 7, 1S42. On Dec. 22, 1862 
he married Margaret Ellen Moore, 
born June 3, 1S45, daughter of Geo. 

D. Moore and McGee. Mr. Sapp 

has followed farming and dentistry 
as his occupations. In politics a Dem- 
ocrat and a member of the Christian 
Church. He now lives near Independ- 
ence, W. Va. 

Children: 
94 — Sarepta. 
95 — Sadie Rosalie. 
96— Finley B. 
97 — George D. 
98— Bessie F. 
99— Archibald W. 
100 — Friend. 

(33) 

WILLIAM LEROY, son of Selby A. 
Sapp (8) and Phoebe Shuttleworth, 
was born July 6, 1840. He married 
three times: first May 27, 1868 to 
Nancy C. Stagner; second July 19, 
1895 to Martha C. Ellis, and third on 
Jan. 1, 1905 to Maria Theressa Wal- 
lace. Mr. Sapp served three years and 
three months during the Civil War be- 
ing under Gen. Pope in 6th West Vir- 
ginia mounted infantry, Co. B., Army 
of the Potomac. Was also Commis- 
sary Sergeant. Now lives in Olympia, 
Wash. 
Children: 

101— Sadie Eleanor. 

102 — Archie Leroy. 

103 — Clarence Bradford. 

104— Colonel Speed. 

105 — Artemus Ward. 

106— Claude Garfield. 

107 — Bernice Aletha. 

108 — Imogene Lucy. 

109— William Franklin. 



110— Zona Merle. 
Ill — Ephriam Etoolittle. 
(34) 
MARY ANN, daughter of Selby A. 
Sapp (8) and Pboobe Shuttleworth, 
was born Barbour Co., W. Va., June 8, 
1842 and died Aug. 26, 1842. 
(35) 
SARAH ELLEN, daughter of Selby 
A. Sapp (8) and Phoebe Shuttleworth, 
was born in Marion Co., W. Va., July 
26, 1844 and died July 4, 1857. 
(36) 
ALCINDA JANE, daughter of Selby 
A. Sapp (8) and Phoebe Shuttleworth. 
was born April 11. 1845. On IMaroh 
19, 1867 she married William H. Vin- 
cent. 

Children: 
James Leroy, born March 29, 1868. 
(37) 
COLUMBIA DORCAS, daughter of 
Selby A. Sapp (8) and Phoebe Shuttle- 
worth, was born March 31, 1847. On 
Jan. 17, 1S69 she married James K. 
Vincent. Now lives in Little Rock, 
Washington. 
Children: 

William, born Mar. 26. 1858. 
Selby C, born Nov. 3, 1869. 
Milton E., born Sept. 14. 1872. 

married Maud M. Conard. 
Ora P., born Oct. 19, 1874, married 

Ura E. Lemmon. 
Albert, born June 20, 1877. 
Phoebe, born May 21, 1879, mar- 
ried Ira B. Sallee. 
Anna D., born Sept. 6, 1881, mar- 
ried George Romane. 
James W., born Mar. 4, 1834. 
Sarah E., born Nov. 6. iSS6. 
Grover C, born May 27, 1SS9. 
(38) 
BENJAMIN F., son of Selby A. Sapp 
(8) and Phoebe Shuttleworth, was 
born Oct. 15, 1848. He died unmap 
ried in 1869 in Helena, Mont., being 
killed in a mine. 

(39) 
SANFORD E., son of Selby A. Sapp 
(8) and Phoebe Shuttleworth, was 
born Sept. 14. 1857. He married 
Elizabeth M. Wilson. 



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67 



Children: 

112— William A. 
113— Monia L. 
114— Orville H. 
115 — Bettie. 
116 — Florence. 
117— Nellie. 
118— Herbert. 

(40) 

MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE, son of 
Selby A. Sapp (S) and Phoebe Shuttle- 
worth, was born Oct. 13, 1S58. He 
married Sept. 1S87. Mattie Riffle. He 
died March 19, 1909. 
Children: 

119— Fred, born July. 1888. 

120— Phoebe, born July, 1890. 

121— Fi-ank, born July, 1892. 

122— Lucj', born July, 1894. 

123— Ray, born July, 1896. 

124— Lanty, born July, 1898. 

125— Charlotte, born July, 1900. 

126— May, born July, 1902. 

127— Mildred, born July, 1904. 

128 — Marquis de Lafayette, born 
July, 1906. 

(41) 

MARGARET, daughter of Joseph 
Sapp (9) and Cenith Shuttleworth, 
was born in 1840. She married Ash- 
man Carpenter. Now deceased. 

(43) 

CHARLOTTE, daughter of .Joseph 
Sapp (9) and Cenith Shuttleworth, 
was born in 1842. She married Frank 
Phillips. 

(44) 

WILLIAM, son of Joseph- Sapp (9) 
and Rebecca Ann Bunner, was born 
in 1844. He married Mary Moran. 

(45) 

CENITH, daughter of Joseph Sapp 
(9) and Rebecca Ann Bunner, was 
bom in 1845. She married John Buck- 
lew. 

(46) 
SAMUEL, son of Joseph Sapp (9) 
and Rebecca Ann Bunner, was born 
in 1847. He married Minerva Malott. 

(47) 
SARAH, daughter of Joseph Sapp 



(9) and Rebecca Ann Bunner, mar- 
ried John Guthrie. 

(48) 
REBECCA JANE, daughter of 
Joseph Sapp (9) and Rebecca Ann 
Bunner, was born in 1858. She mar- 
ried Joshua Robinson. 

(49) 

JOSEPH EDWIN, son of Samuel G. 
Sapp (11) and Jane Frum, was born 
March 10. 1846. He was in Co. I 3rd 
Virginia Cavalry and died in the serv- 
ice April, 1865. 

(50) 

JANE ROXANA, daughter of Sam- 
uel Sapp (11) and Martha Divitt, was 
born Dec. 5, 1850. She married George 
Robb, Aug. 1, 1875. She was killed 
In a runaway, June 12, 1890. 

(51) 

ROBERT CRAWFORD, son of Sam 
uel G. Sapp (11) and Martha Divitt. 
was born Dec. 21, 1852. He died June 
21, 1853. 

(52) 

SADIE ANN, daughter of Samuel 
G. Sapp (11) and Martha Divitt, was 
born March 4, 1S54. On Nov. 9, 1874, 
she married John W. Masou. She 
died June 16, 1894. 
(53) 

REGINA MORROW, daughter of 
Samuel G. Sapp (11) and Martha 
Divitt, was born Sept. 4, 1861. She 
married Franklin P. Fox, Feb. 26, 
1877. 

(54) 

GEORGE BRINTON, son of Samuel 
G. Sapp (11) and Martha Divitt. was 
born Sept. 6, 1864. On Dec. 2, 1SS6, 
he married first, Sarah Ellen Sapp, 
and second, Laura Banack April 12, 
1901. 

(55) 

SAMUEL BROWN, son of Samuel 
G. Sapp (11) and Martha Divitt, was 
born June 27, 1869. 

• (56) 

MARY CATHERINE, daughter of 
Wm. R. Sapp (12) and EUz.'\beth 
Tripett, was born Aug. 15, 1847. She 
married Wesley Roberts. 



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HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



(57) 
TAPLEY TRIPETT, sen of Wm. R. 
Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett, was 
boru April 15, 1S50. He married Lyda 
Hayues. 

(58) 
WILLIA:\r RILEY Jr., son of Wm. R. 
Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett, was 
born Oct. 28, 1851. He married 
Lucinda Jackson. 

(59) 
SARAH JANE, daughter of Wm. R. 
Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett. was 
born April 26, 1853. She married 
John Schlobohm. 

(60) 

ALEXANDER, son of Wm. R. Sapp 
(12) and Elizabeth Tripett, was born 
April 25, 1855. He married Elizabeth 
Efaw. 

(61) 
HENRY, son of Wm. R. Sapp (12) 
and Elizabeth Tripett. was born Aug. 
11, 1857. He married Sadie Haynes. 

(62) 

JEFFERSON DAVIS, son of Wm. R. 
Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett, was 
born May 22, 1860. He married 
Melissa Moore. 

(63) 

JULIA REBECCA, daughter of Wm. 
R. Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett, 
■was born June 25, 1862. She married 
Wm. Latzsch. 

(64) 

HANNAH ELIZABETH, daughter of 
Wm. R. Sapp (12) and Elizabeth 
Tripett, was born Feb. 28, 1865. She 
married Ellis Dulaney. 

(65) 

HUGH, son of Wm. R. Sapp (12) 
and Elizabeth Tripett, was born Dec. 
30, 1867. He married first, Martha 
Morris and second, Elizabeth Sole. 

(66) 

LAURA ELLEN, daughter of Wm. 
R. Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett, 
was born Oct. 5, 1871. She married 
James E. Morris. 



(67) 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, son of Wm. 
R. Sapp (12) and Elizabeth Tripett. 
was born March 8, 1874. He married 
Sarah E. Sole and now resides at 
Dean, W. Va. 

(70) 

ELVIRA, daughter of Edmund Sapp 
(15) and Blanche Weaver, married 
Eugene Wheeler. 

(72) 
GODFREY MURDOCK. son of Ed- 
mund Sapp (15) and Blanche Weaver, 
married Daisy Pratt. 

(73) 

TACY, daughter of Edmund Sapp 
(15) and Blanche Weaver, married 
Frank Pratt. 

(74) 

FRANK R., son of Benjamin Sapp 
and Phoebe Sapp (IS), was born Oct. 
9. 1860. On March 10, 1887, he mar- 
ried Jennie Joliffe. 

(75) 

NELSON GARNETT, son of Ben- 
jamin Sapp and Phoebe Sapp 'IS), 
was born Jan. 15, 1862 and married 
Louise Rowe, Jan. 15, 1884. Ho died 
Oct. 24, 1908. 

(76) 
SADIE BELL, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Sapp and Phoebe Sapp (18). 
was born Aug. 22, 1867. On Dec. 24, 
1902 she married Jefferson Weaver. 

(77) 

JENNIE, daughter of Benjamin Sapp 
and Phoebe Sapp (IS), was born 
March 8, 1872. She married John W. 
Vanatta, Oct. 30, 1898. 

(78) 

CHARLES, son of Benjamin Sapp 
and Phoebe Sapp (18), was born Sept 
24. 1879. On Jan. 10, 1903 he mar- 
ried Wade Laughrie. 

(88) 
LOUVEN'TS'A, daughter of Jasper S. 
Sapp (20) and Maggie Bunner, was 
born July 15, 1867. She married Doug- 
las Crawley and lives In Kansas City, 
Kansas. 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



69 



(89) 
ELIZA, daughter of Jasper S. Sapp 
(20) and Maggie Bunner, was born 
Sept. 27, 1S69. She married Clyde 
Platenger iu 1S93. 
Children: 
Charles. 
Jasper. 
Lavada. 

(90) 
HAROLD, son of Jasper S. Sapp 
(20) and Maggie Bunner, was born 
Dec. 23, 1871, and died Jan. 27, 1873. 

(91) 

DELURA, daughter of Jasper S. 
Sapp (20) and Abigail Johnson, was 
born Jan. 17, 1878. She married R. H. 
Kerr in 1906 and lives in Eskridge 
Kansas. 
Children: 
Al. 
Abble. 

(92) 
MAUDE S., daughter of Jasper S. 
Sapp (20) and Abigail Johnson, was 
born Dec. 6, 1882. Now lives in Alva, 
Okla. 

(93) 
WAYNE, son of Jasper S. Sapp (20) 
end Abigail Johnson, was born Nov. 
21, 1893. 

(94) 
SAREPTA, daughter of James N. 
Sapp (21) and Margaret Moore, was 
born Oct. 12, 1863. She married Dr. 
E. K. Sutton Sept. 12, 1879. 

(95) 

SADIE ROSALIE, daughter of 

James N. Sapp (21) and Margaret 

Moore, was born June 5, 1865. She 

married Joseph Lyons in May, 1888. 

(96) 

FINLEY BENJAMIN, son of James 
N. Sapp (21) and Margaret Moore, 
•was born May 24, 1867 near Glades- 
vllle. W. Va. He married Dec. 27. 
1894, Llllie Lee Siebert, born March 
20, 1872, daughter of Joseph Siebert 
fs.nd Fanny Roberts. He holds an A. 
M. from Bethany College. W. Va. He 
was professor of Greek In Stuttgart 
College for a time, later going Into 



the ministry of the Christian Church, 
serving in Arkansas, Washington 
State, Washington, D. C, Indiana ar.d 
South Dakota. And now resides at 
Fargo, N. D., in the capacity of N. D. 
Superintendent of Missions for his de- 
nomination. 
Children: 

129 — Imo Vee, born March 12, 

1896, died Jan. 12. 1897. 
130 — Finley McLean, born May 25, 

1898. 
131 — Ira Fenton, born Aug. 22, 

1903. 
132 — Virginia Lee, born Nov. 22, 
1906, died Feb. 16, 1909. 

(97) 

GEORGE DAYTON, son of James N. 
Sapp (21) and Margaret Moore, T7as 
born June 5, 1S70, and died unmar- 
ried, March 6, 1904. 

(90) 

BESSIE F., daughter of James N. 
Sapp (21) and ^^largaret Moore, was 
born March 16, 1879. On Nov. 17, 
1903 she married J. W. BischcfE. 
(99) 

ARCHIBALD W., son of James N. 
Sapp (21) and Margaret Moore, wa3 
born April 12, 1882, and died Aug. 12, 
1889. 

(100) 

FRIEND E., son of James N. Sapp 
(21) and Margaret Moore, was born 
May 1, 1887. 

(101) 

SADIE ELEANOR, daughter of Wm. 
Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagnor, 
was "born Aug. 1, 1869 in McLean Co., 
111. Now lives in Olympia, V.'ash. Sa^ 
is a stenographer in the Supreme 
Court of Washington. 

(102) 

ARCHIE LEROY, son of Wm. Lsroy 
Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagn-r, ^-as 
born July 9, 1870 and died Feo. S, 
1875. 

(103) 

CLARENCE BRADFORD, son of 
Wm. Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy 
Stagner, was born .May 18, 1873, and 
was killed in a runaway Aug. 12, ISSS. 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



(104) 

COLONEL SPEED, son of William 
Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, 
was born Jan. 27, 1S75 at Bloominpton. 
III. Served in Company "A" 1st Reg. 
Infantry., N. G. \V., from 1895 until 
18S9, when the Spanish-American war 
began. Enlisted in Company "A" 35th 
U. S. A., and served for three years 
In the Philippine Islands as a sergeant. 
Was placed on detached service with 
the Macabebe Scouts, where most of 
the service was spent. Was a civilian 
scout with "D" Company Macabebe 
Scouts, which captured Aguinaldo in 
1901. On return to the U. S. was pro- 
moted Second Lieut.. 2nd Inft, N. G. 
W., and assigned with Company "L". 
Was promoted captain July 5, 1906, 
and now commanding 5th Company 
Coast Artillery Reserve, with Batter 
"Benson." 

Spent four years in college on re- 
turn from Islands. Was prominent 
In athletics and college fraternities. 
Is a K. of P. and past grand represen- 
tative of that order. Is now a clerk 
in U. S. Postoffice at Snohomish, 
Wash. 

(105) 

ARTEMUS WARD, son of Wm. L«- 
roy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, 
was born April 22, 1SS7. On Aug. 17, 
1901 he married Kittie Z. Cummings. 
He is superintendent of the Bordeaux 
Logging Gangs. 

Children: 

133— Eva Ellen, bom Dec. 18, 

1902. 
134 — Alfred Arthur, born June 8, 
1905. 

(106) 

CLAUDE GARFIELD, son of Wm. 
Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, 
was born Sept. 16, 1S79. He is a 
railroad bridge carpenter. 
(107) 

BERNICE ALETHA, daughter of 
Wm. Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy 
Stagner, was born Jan. 22, ISSl. She 
Is employed as clerk in the office of 
the Supreme Court Reporter of Wash- 
ington. She has been most active In 
the preparation of the material for 
this branch of the family, but accord- 



ing to her own statement, the chief 
claim to fame is her position as one 
of the auditors of the Washington 
Equal Suffrage Association. 
(108) 

IMOGENS LUCY, daughter of Wm. 
Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, 
was bom Oct. 6, 1884. 
(109) 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN, son of Wm. 
Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, was 
bom in Corbin, Kansas, Oct. 6, 1886. 
(110) 

ZONA MERLE, daughter of Wm. 
Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy Stagner, 
was born at Tumwater, Washington, 
March 22, 1888. 

(Ill) 

EPHRIAM DOOLITTLE, son of 
Wm. Leroy Sapp (33) and Nancy 
Stagner, was born Oct. 6, 1SS6. He 
is farming near Tumwater, V/ashing- 
ton. 

(112) 

WILLIAM AUSTIN, son of Sanford 
E. Sapp (3S) and Elizabeth Wilson, 
was born Jan. 24, 1879. 
(113) 

MONIA L., daughter of Sanford E. 
Sapp (38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was 
born July 23, 1880. 

(114) 
ORVILLE H., son of Sanford E. 
Sapp (38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was 
born Aug. 8. 1882. 

(115) 

BETTIE, daughter of Sanford E. 
Sapp (38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was 
born Dec. 29, 1884. 

(116) 

FLORENCE, daughter of Sanford E. 
Sapp (38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was 
born Nov. 20, 1887. 

(117) 

NELLIE, daughter of Sanford E. 
Sapp (38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was 
born Dec. 20, 1892. 

(118) 
HERBERT, son of Sanford E, Sapp 
(38) and Elizabeth Wilson, was born 
April 17, 1895. 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



71 



Line "C" 



(1) 

WILLIAM SAPP, married Helen 
Dill. 

Children: 
2— Hardy C. 
3— William. 
4 — Dennis. 
5 — John. 
6— Zylpha, 

(2) 

HARDY COUNCIL, son of William 
Sapp (1) and Helen Dill, married Eliz- 
abeth B. Bowers. He spent his life 
principally in Chattahoochee County. 
Ga., removing there from Augusta, 
Ga. 

Children: 
7— John M. 
8 — George H. 
9— William A. 
10— Harriett C. 

(3) 

WILLIAM, son of William Sapp (1) 
and Helen Dill, married Sarah Henker- 
son, died in Burke County, Ga. He 
was a wealthy planter. 
Children: 
11— George W. 
12 — Richard. 
13 — Judson C. 
14— Mittie. 

(6) 
ZYLPHA, daughter of William Sapp 
and Helen Dill, married Bush. 

(7) 
JOHN MARION, son of Hardy C. 
Sapp (2) and Elizabeth Bowers was 
born Feb. 12, 1825. His first wife died 
soon after marriage and he married 
Becond, Susan Rieves, who died Oct. 
1869. He married third, Mary Buck- 
ner, who died Feb. 7, 1908. Mr. Sapp 
died in Landerdale County, Tenn., 
March G, 1897. 

Children by second wife: 

15— Millidge I. 

16— John T. 

17— Hardy C. 

18— George W. 



19— Walter B. 

Children by third wife: 
20 — Bessie. 
21 — Henry. 
22 — Lucy. 
23 — Charlie. 

(8) 
GEORGE H., son of Hardy C. Sapp 
(2) and Elizabeth Bowers, was Iwrn 
Aug. 1, 1833. He married Miss Wool- 
ridge and now lives at Cusseta, Ga. 
Children: 
24— Annie. 
25 — Helen. 
26— Hardy. 

(9) 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER, son of 
Hardy C. Sapp (2) and Elizabeth 
Bowers, was born 1-26-1837, married 
Sept. 8, 1859, Martha W. Parks, born 
Aug. 11, 1844, son of Samuel C. Parks 
and Mary H. Woolridge. He lives en 
and owns his father's homestead and 
has been there for over sixty years. 
He represented county in the Leg'=;l:v 
tive Session of 1900 and 1901. Has 
been Postmaster at Cottage Mills, (ia., 
for 20 years. 
Children: 

27 — Mary Elizabeth. 

28— Lula D. 

29 — Carrie A. 

30 — William C. 

31 — George H. 

32— Hassie S. 

33 — Louise E. 

34 — Samuel Council. 

(10) 

HARRIET C, daughter of Hardy C. 
Sapp (2) and Elizabeth Bowers, was 
born 12-7-1839. Married Dr. J. D. Tram- 
mell. Died Aug. 25, 1882. 

(11) 

GEORGE W., son of V/illiam Sapp 
(3) and Sarah Henkerson, was born 
1844 and died Sept. 21. 1908. Married 
Julia Martin of Madison, Ga., Jan. 17, 
1872. She was the daughter of Felix 
Byron and Francis Martin, born 1854. 



(QT\ 



rr 



72 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



George moved from Burke County to 
Cherokee County. In Civil War, enlist- 
ed Co. D. 2nd Reg. Georgia State 
Volunteers and served throughout the 
war. Was with brother Judson at Get- 
tysburg, when the latter was killed. Af- 
ter the war he engaged in agriculture. 
Was a Democrat, a member of the 
Baptist Church and a southern gentle- 
man of the old regime. 
Children: 

35— Judson C. 

36— William M. 

37— Philip B. 

38— Richard H. 

39— Sarah C. 

(12) 

RICHARD, son of William Sapp (3) 
and Sarah Henkerson, died in Den- 
ver, Colo, 

(13) 
,1 JUDSON C, son of William Sapp 
(3) and Sarah Henkerson, was Lieu- 
tenant, killed in the battle of Gettys- 
burg. 

(14) 

MITTIE, daughter of William Sapp 
(3) and Sarah Henkerson, married B. 
Jones, died in Burke County, Ga. 

(15) 

MILLIDGE IVAIX, son of John M. 
Sapp (7) and Susan Rieves, now lives 
at Wiggins, Miss. 

Children: 

40— Hugh, born July 4, 1887. 

(19) 

WALTER BRAXTON, son of John 
M. Sapp (7) and Susan Rieves, was 
born Dec. 27, 1S59. On Dec. 4, 1884, he 
married Nannie White. 
Children: 
41 — Catherine Sue. 
42— William Walter. 

(26) 

HARDY, sou of George H. Sapp (8) 

and Woolridge, is employed as a 

conductor on the Central Railroad of 
Ga., and lives at Columbus of that 
State. 

(27) 
MARY ELIZABETH, daughter of 



William A. Sapp (9) and Martha Parks 
was born April 5, 1861. On Dec. 24, 
1885, she married S. T. Pinkston. She 
died Nov. 11, 1902. 
Children: 

Max. born July 4, 1887. 

Anne V., born Aug. 6, 1891. 

Benjamin S., born Nov. 4, 1896. 

(28) 

LULA L., daughter of William A. 
Sapp (9) and Martha Parks, was born 
March 22, 1864. and died Aug. 19, 
1867. 

(29) 
CARRIE A., daughter of William A. 
Sapp (9) and Martha Parks, was born 
May 23, 1866. Married Theodora 
Wright, Feb. 19, 1893. Now lives at 
Columbus. Ga. 
Children: 
Jessie, born Nov. 28, 1893. 
William A., born Oct. 21, 1900. 

(30) 
WILLIAM C, son of William A. 

Sapp (8) and Martha Parks, was born 
Nov. 29, 1S6S. He married Alberta 
H. Smith, Nov. 18. 1896. Now lives 
at Cottage Mills, Ga. 
Children: 

43 — Abner, bom Oct. 28, 1897. 
44 — Nellie Louise, born Jan 27. 

1903. 
45 — Maggie A., bom March 28. 

1905. 
46— Martha H., born Sept. 25, 1908. 

(31) 

GEORGE H., son of William A. 
Sapp (8) and Martha Parks, was born 
June 27, 1871 and died Aug. 25, 188L 

(32) 

HASSIE S., daughter of William A. 
Sapp (8) and Martha Parks, was bnra 
June 12, 1875 and married W. F. Foster 
April 15, 1894. Now lives at Cottage 
:\Iills, Ga. 

Children: 

Mattle v., bom May 7, 1895. 
Hugh A., born Dec. 19, 1897. 
Wilbur F., born April 14, 1902. 
Susie E.. born Dec. 14, 1903. 
Lewis C, born March 20, 1907. 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



73 



(33) 
LOinSE ESTELLE, daughter of 
William A. Sapp (S) and Martha 
Parks, was born April 19. 1SS2. Mar- 
ried Perry G. Foster, Nov. 22, 1905. 
Children: 

Caroline M., born Oct. 23, 190S. 

(34) 

SAMUEL COUNCIL, son of William 
A. Sapp (S) and Martha Parks, was 
born June 17, 1S7S, and married Serena 
A. Brazier Nov. 24, 1909. Now resides 
at Cottage Mills, Ga. 

(35) 
JUDSON C, son of George W. Sapp 
(11) and Julia Martin, was born 11-20- 
74. Married Annie E. Bare of Varncll, 
Ga., daughter of Wesley D. Bare. He 
was County Commissioner of Dalton, 
Ga., elected 2-20-1904, re-elected 2-4- 
190S. A Baptist and a Democrat. 
Children: 

47— Winfred Lee, born 5-31-1903. 
48— Annie E., born 3-22-1905. 
49— Julia Col-nelia, born 3-22-1907. 

(36) 
WILLIAM M., son of George Sapp 
(11) and Julia Martin, was born 6-7- 
1876. Married Ethel Snow, Jan. 22, 
1902. He was Clerk of Superior Court 
of Dalton, Ga. Elected 1901 and serv- 
ed continually since. 



Children: 

50— Ethel Martin, bom 1-12-03. 
51 — Eugenia Martin, born 10-27-04. 

(37) 

PHILLIP B., son of George W. 
Sapp (11) and Julia Martin, is Stamper 
Clerk in United States Postoffice, 
Dalton, Ga. 

(38) 

SARAH C, daughter of George W. 
Sapp (11) and Julia Martin, was born 
1S8S. Is a graduate of Dalton Female 
College. 

(39) 
RICHARD H., son of George W. 
Sapp (11) and Julia Martin, was born 
1882. Is Delivery Clerk in United 
States Postoffice, Dalton, Ga. 

(41) 

CATHERINE SUE, daughter of 
Walter B. Sapp (19) and Nannie 
White, was born Nov. 20, l?87 and 
married Dec. 17, 1906. Rogers R. 
Maloan. Now resides at Lindale, Tex. 
Children: 

Rogers Gilbert, bom March 7, 
1908. 

(42) 

WILLIAM WALTER, son of Walter 
B. Sapp (19) and Nannie V.liite, was 
born May 10, 1882 in Ripley, Tenn. 



Line "D" 



1 — Newell. 

2 — f loyd. 

3— Thomas. 
The families of Newell and Floyd 
Sapp live in or around Winston-Salem, 
N. C. Ancestors Scotch-Irish. 

(3) 
THOMAS, one of the three brothers 
above, lived in Guilford, Co., N. C. 
He had the following 
Children: 

4— William S. 
5 — Alvis C. 
6— Rufus S. 
7— Thomas H. 
8— Arthur. 



9 — Romulus. 
10— Randall H. 
11— Asa G. 
12 — Rosaline. 
13 — Louise. 
14— Julia. 
15 — Zylphia. 
16— Elizabeth. 
17 — Jane. 

(4) 
WILLIAM S., son of Thomas Sapp 
(3) married — Harris. He died 
July 1, 1898. 
Children: 
18— W. M. 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



19— Sallic V. 

20 — Josephine, married 

ball. 
21— L. J. 
22— J. L. 
23 — Jannle. 

24 — Annie, married 

25 — C. P., married 

(5) 



Kim- 



Danforlh. 
Stinwalt. 



44— Esther. 
45 — Annie. 
46— Sallie. 
47 — Jenelee. 



ALVIS C, son of Thomas Sapp (3) 
moved to Monroe Co., Iowa, no fur- 
ther knowledge. 

(6) 
RUFUS S., son of Thomas Sapp (3) 
went to Ohio, but no further knowl- 
edge. 

(7) 

THOMAS H., son of Thomas Sapp 

(3) married Sofaret. 

Children: 

26— J. T. 

27 — Eugene. 

28— George. 

29— Wade. 

30— Mattie. 

(10) 
RANDALL H., son of Thomas Sapp 
(3) lives in Waxhaw, N. C. 
Children: 

31— Daniel F. 
32— D. R. 
33— Dr. Wm. H. 
34— Letitia. 

(11) 

ASA C, son of Thomas Sapp (3) 
removed to Texas where he died in 
1894. 

Children: 
35— Willie. 
36— Mattie. 
37 — Jefferson. 

(18) 

W. M., son of William S. Sapp (4) 
lives at Salisbury, N. C. 
Children: 
38— William. 
39 — Romulus. 
40 — Arthur. 
41 — Spurgeon. 
42 — James. 
43 — Benjamin. 



(21) 



L. J. SAPP, son of William S. Sapp 
(4). 
Children: 

48— Reginald. 
49— Ruby. 
50 — Mary. 
51— Carrie. 
52— Killa. 
53— Charley. 
54 — Dudley. 

(22) 

J. L., son of William S. Sapp (4). 
Children: 

55 — Herbert. 

56— Delia. 

57— Hazel. 

(31) 

DANIEL F., son of Randall H. Saop 
(11). 
Children: 

58— Maud. 

59 — Eunice. 

60— Claud. 

61— Vergil, 

62 — Perry. 

63— Ada. 

64— Ben. 

65 — Annie. 

66— Alan. 

(32) 

D. R, son of Randall H. Sapp (11). 
Children: 

67— Leota. 

68 — Louise. 

69— Stafford. 

(33) 

W. H., son of Randall H. Sapp (11) 
is a physician living at O. K. South 
Carolina. 
Children: 

70 — Margaretta. 

71 — Harry. 

72 — Eugene. 

73 — Marion. 

74— Dilbert. 

75 — Clara. 



A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



Line "E" 



The descent of this line from 
Charles Sapp, whom tradition says 
went to Carolina from Maryland, is 
unknown. In fact the first that we 
know of his particular branch is a 
family of brothers and sisters who 
lived In Forsythe County, or that vicin- 
ity. The parents of this family are un- 
known. Doubtless there are those who 
do know, but we have not been able 
to get in touch with them. Let those 
belonging to this line be unceasing in 
their eft'orts to trace further back. The 
name of the family is not known to us, 
but we have record of the following: 

Children: 

1 — Bramwell. 
2 — Henry. 
3— Newell R. 
4 — Jackson. 
5 — Sarah. 
6— Martha. 
7— Rachel. 
8— Elizabeth. 

(1) 

BRAMWELL SAPP, eldest of the 
above family was born in 1790 and 
died March 31, 1872. In 1S31 he moved 
from the place of his birth and went 
to Illinois. In 1S32 he settled in 
Birmingham Township, Schuyler 
County, Illinois, where he sowed the 
first wheat in the county — 116 acres. 
Children: 
9 — Harman. 
10 — Jefferson. 
11 — Jacob. 
12— Adam. 
13— Newell. 
14— Wm. P. 
15— S. R. 
16— Sarah. 
17— John. 
18— David. 

(2) 
HENRY SAPP, the second brother 
lived at Kernersville, North Carolina. 
Children: 
19— Caleb. 
20— Isaac. 



21— Newell. 

22— Henry. 
23— William. 
24— John. 
25— Elias. 
26— Susan. 
27— Phoebe. 
28— Sarah Jane. 

(3) 

NEWELL R. SAPP., the third son, 
was born .March 21, 1S06. He mc.rried 
Phoebe Farribee, born Sept 11, 1811. 
Newell Sapp died March 20, 1863, and 
his wife Feb. 16, 1871. 
Children: 

29— Mariah. 

30— William G. 

31 — Benjamin J. 

32— Newell W. 

33— Alpheus. 

34 — Laura. 

(4) 

JACKSON SAPP was a physician 
and lived at Highpoint, North Caro- 
lina, but nothing further is known of 
him. 

(14) 

WILLIAM P., son of Bramwell Sapp 
(1) married on Feb. 2S, 1856, Armintha 
Hooten. In 1882 the family moved to 
Fulton County, Illinois. 
Children: 
35 — George. 
36—0. K. 
37— Perry W. 

(19) 

CALEB, son of Henry Sapp (2) re- 
mained in Kernersville, North Caro- 
lina, but nothing has been received 
about him. 

(20) 

ISAAC, son of Henry Sapp (2) mar- 
ried lone and now lives at Brink- 
ley, Arkansas. 
Children: 
38— Claudia. 
39— Fred E. 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



(21) 

NEWELL, son of Henry Sapp (2) 
also lived in Kernersville. 
Children: 

40 — Jefferson. 
41 — Benjamin. 
42 — Jepsie. 

A Daughter. 
(22) 
HENRY, son of Henry Sapp (2) 
moved to Kokomo, Indiana, 
Children: 
43— William H. 

(29) 

MARIAH, daughter of Newell R. 
Sapp (3), was born April 22, 1834. She 
married Robert M. Stafford and died 
July 7. 1902. 

(31) 

BENJAMIN J., son of Newell R. 
Sapp (3), was born near Kernersville, 
North Carolina, March 29, 1836. He 
died August 13, 1902. He married 
Delana M. Whittington, born Dec. 7, 
1830, and died March 23, 1905. He is 
a graduate of Washington University, 
School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md. He 
practiced at Leaflet, North Carolina. 
Children: 
44— Cary C. 
45 — Luther L. 
46 — Virgil D., died in Infancy. 

(32) 

NEWELL WESLEY, sou of Newell 
R. Sapp (3), was born Feb. 28, 1838. 
On September 24, 1867 he married 
Sarah L. Voss, born Dec. 26, 1841. Mr. 
Sapp died July 30, 1904. 
Children: 

47 — Oscar. 

48— A. V. 

49— Eva. 

50 — Birdie L. 

51— Charles W. 

52— Ida M. 

53— Pearl V. 

54— Zora B. 

(33) 

ALPHEUS, son of Newell R. Sapp 
(3), was born Jan. 1, 1S43 and died 
without issue June 15, 1862. 



(35) 

LAURA, daughter of Newell R. 
Sapp (3), born May 5, 1S52 and died 
without issue Oct. 29, 1862. 

(37) 
PERRY W., son of William P. Sapp 
(14) and Armintha Hooten, was born 
March 5, 1870 in Birmingham, Illinois. 
He married Lilly Cupp, born Jan. 18, 
1S72, daughter of Plenry C. Cupp. Mr. 
Sapp is a graduate of Chaddock Col- 
lege. Now resides in Quincy, 111. 
Children: 

55— Stanley C, born 5-18-1894. 
56— Whitney F., born 2-21-1S96. 
57— L. :Miriam, born 7-3-1899, 

(39) 

FRED E., son of Isaac Sapp (20) 

and lone , was born Aug. 31, 1S62 

in Schuyler County, Illinois He mar- 
ried Eugenia Alice Sims, bcrn Nov. 
25, 1862, daughter of Dr. W. K. Si^rs. 
Now resides at Thatcher, Ariz. 
Children: 

58— Fred, born 11-30-1886. 

59— William K. 

60— lone, born 5-13-1888. 

61— Eugenia, born 6-1-1890. 

62— Edward, born 9-28-1803. 

63— Marguerite, born 7-20-1S95. 

(44) 
CARY C, son of Dr. Benjamin J. 
Sapp (31) and Delana M. Whitting- 
ton, was bom Oct, 27, 1S66. He mar- 
ried first, Ella L. Boone and second, 
Mary Lou Phillips. He is a dentist, 
located at Winston, North Carolina. 
A graduate of 1SS7, of the University 
of Maryland. 

Children by first wife: 

64— Clifton B., born June 2, 1892. 
65a— Baxter B., born Oct, 27, 1893. 

Children by second wife: 

65t>— Cary Cecil, born Oct. 27, 1909 
(45) 

LUTHER L., son of Dr. Benjamin 
Sapp (31) and Delana M. Whittington, 
was born Oct. 16, 1863. He married 
Nellie Fetter. He is a graduate of 
Jefferson Medical College, Philadel- 
phia, and practices in Reidville, North 
Carolina. 



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77 



(49) 
OSCAR L., son of Newell W. Sapp 
(32) and Sarah L. Voss, was born M3.J 
6, 1869. On Dec. 19, 1S93 he married 
Mamie A. Fetter. He is an attorney 
of Greensboro, North Carolina. 
Children: 

66— Lallah Voss, born 11-25-1894. 
67— Oscar L. Jr., born 3-6-1S97. 
68— Mary Augusta, born 2-20-1901. 
69— Armistcad Wright, born 7-27- 
1903. 

(50) 
A. v., son of Newell W. Sapp (32) 
and Sarah L. Voss, was born May 11, 
1871. On Aug. 30, 1S93 he married 
Gertrude I. Clary. He is proprietor of 
a large department store in Greens- 
boro, North Carolina. 
Chilren: 
70— Irene Clary, born 11-24-1894. 
71— Eula Rouse, born 6-2S-1S97. 
72 — Victor Alexander, born 5-14- 

1899. 
73— Alice Voss, born 10-29-1902. 
74— Newell Winfield, bom 7-18- 
1905. 

(51) 
EVA, daughter of Newell W. Sapp 
(32) and Sarah L. Voss, was born 
March 12, 1873. She married James 
F. Kerner, Dec. 27, 1893. 
(52) 
BIRDIE L.. daughter of Newell W. 



Sapp (32) and Sarah L. Voss, was 
born March 20, 1875. On Oct. 16, 1894. 
she married Dr. \V. C. Ashworth. 
(53) 
CHARLES WESLEY, son of Newell 
Wesley Sapp (32) and Sarah L. Voss, 
was born in Kernersville, North Caro- 
lina. Jan. 24, 1877. Received his edu- 
cation at Guilford College and the 
State University. In 1901 was admit- 
ted to the bar and started upon what 
promised to be a brilliant career. 
Death cut his work short on Dec. 31, 
1907. He died unmarried. 
(54) 
IDA M.. daughter of Newell Wesley 
Sapp (32) and Sarah L. Voss, was 
born July IS, 1878. On Dec. 19, 1900 
she married Prof. Eugene C. Brooks, 
of Trinity College, North Carolina. 
Children: 

Martha Eleanor, bom 10-12-1901. 
Eugene Clyde, born 1-31-1903. 
Sarah Voss, born 2-6-1905. 
(55) 
PEARL W., daughter of Newell W. 
Sapp (32) and Sarah L. Vcss, was 
born February 13, 1881, and died Nov. 
21. 1883. 

(56) 

ZORA B., daughter of Newell W. 

Sapp (32) and Sarah L. Voss. was 

born June 30, 1SS3. On October 28, 

1909, she married Dr. J. R. Paddison. 



<<T7>> 



Line "F 



(1) 

MATTHEW SAPP, son of went 

from Bourbon Co., Kentucky to Boone 
Co., Mo. in 1829. 
Children: 
2 — Cardione. 
3— Peter. 
4 — Mezzy. 
5 — Melinda. 
6 — Noah. 

(2) 

CARDIONE, son of Matthew Sapp 
(1), married Elizabeth Crump. 
Children: 

7 — Alfred, lives at Ashland, Mo. 



(3) 

MEZZY, daughter of Matthew Sapp 
(1), married John Sapp. 

8 — Henry, lives now at Ashland, 
Mo. 

(4) 

MELINDA, daughter of Matthew 
Sapp (1), married Samuel Sapp. 
Children: 

9 — Abram, his address is Easley, 
Mo. 

(6) 
NOAH, son of Matthew Sapp (1). 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



married Nancy Butler, was a farmer 
In Boone County, Mo. 
Children: 

10 — Matthew. 
11— Daniel. 
12— William. 
13 — Newton. 
14 — Ann. 
15 — Mary. 
16 — Frances. 
17 — Nancy. 

(10) 
MATTHEW, son of Noah Sapp (6) 
and Nancy Butler, married Maria 
Grandstaff. 
Children: 
IS— John. 
19 — Melissa Jane. 
20— Elizabeth. 
21— Noah. 
22— William G. 
23— Mary. 
24 — Nancy. 
25— Paris. 

(18) 
JOHN, son of Matthew Sapp (10) 
and Maria Grandstaff, married 1st 
Nancy Perkins, and 2nd Jennie Hunt. 
Children: 

26 — Matthew David, married An- 
nie Nichols lives now at 
Hartsburg, Mo. 
27 — George, married Rosette Free- 
man. 
28 — William, married Ida Ham. 
29 — Paris, married — Ramsey. 
30 — Lewis, married Mamie Ben- 
nett. 
Children, by second wife: 

31 — Zuler, married Ellis Nichols. 
32 — Luada, married Ira Dennis. 
33 — Sallie. 

(19) 
MELISSA JANE, daughter of Mat- 



thew Sapp (10) and Maria Grandstaff, 
married F. M. Perkins. 
Children: 
John Henry, married Martha Per- 
kins, lives at Easley, Mo. 
Martha Jane, married John 

Hughes. 
James, married — Eaton. Lives 

at Sapp, Mo. 
Christopher, married Small- 
wood and second — Perkins. 
George. 

(21) 

NOAH, son of Matthew Sapp (10) 
and Maria Grandstaff, was born 6-7- 
1847. Married Nancy Ann Parman. 
Dec. 23, 186S, daughter of Samuel Par- 
man and born 3-10-1S51. 
Children: 
34— Hiram, married Emma Crump 
and lives at Festus, Mo. 

(22) 

WILLIAM, son of Matthew Sapp 
(10) and Maria Grandstaff, marriea S. 
V. Allen and lives at Jefferson City. 
Children: 

35 — Amanda Ann. 
36— Clara. 
37 — Lennes. 
38— Dixie. 
39— Dally. 

(25) 

PARIS, son of Matthew Sapp (10) 
and Maria Grandstaff, married Delia 
Perkins. 



Children: 

40— Abram S. 

41 — Christina, married 

Grandstaff. 
42— Charles. 



O. 



Line "G" 



Tradition among the members of 
this family has it that their ancestor 
was killed in the Revolutionary War 
and that the children were born in 
Pennsylvania, near the ilaryland line. 



However, it may be that the John 
Sapp given in the Introduction, from 
the Census Rolls of 1700 was this an- 
cestor or it might have been his son 
John below. The son James v/as 



(m 



^ A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY 



79 



thrown from a horse and killed, while 
yet a j'oung man. 
CMldren: 

1 — John. 

2 — James. 

(1) 

JOHN SAPP married Rachel . 

They lived in Virginia for a time but 
moved to Ohio in 1816. John Sapp was 
a baker by trade and carried on the 
business on a large scale with his son 
John. 
Children: 
3 — James. 
4 — John. 
5 — Jklary Ann. 
6— William. 

(3) 

JAMES, son of John Sapp (1) and 

Rachel , married Margaret I\Ic- 

CoUister. He was a Cooper by trade 
and followed this business until his 
death. James and his wife lived to 
enjoy their golden wedding and were 
members of the Methodist Church. 
Children: 
7 — George. 
8 — Edison. 
9— Charles. 
10— John. 
11— V.'illiam J. 

(4) 

JOHN, son of John Sapp (1) and 

Rachel , married Susan Landis. 

Children: 

12— John. 

13 — Jerome. 

14— Mattie. 

15— Katie. 

16 — Anna. 

17— Hattie. 

18— Thomas. 

(5) 
MARY ANN, daughter of John Sapp 

(1) and Rachel , married Jacob W. 

Burgett 1834. 
Children: 

Rachel, married Dr. L. A. Belt. 
Mary S., married Wm. Knowles. 
She was County Supt. of Ohio 
Sunday School Association. 
Harriett. 



Alice Charlotte, married Oliver 
Simmons. 

(6) 
WILLIAM, son of John Sapp (1) and 

Rachel , married Martha Hickman. 

Was a soldier in the Civil War, and 
after his return lived in Circloville un- 
til his death. He was a harness and 
saddle maker by profession and a 
member of the Lutheran Church. 
(10) 
JOHN NELSON, son of James Sapp 
(3) and Margaret McCollister, was 
born 1840. He was in the 114 Reg. 
Ohio Volunteers, served 3 years, was 
an Orderly Sergeant. After discharge 
from the army he went into the hard- 
ware business in Oneida, 111. Came to 
Kansas in ISGS, worked as a tinner for 
four years and then took up a farm 
which he still lives on. He married 
Rebecca Culverson, born 1844 in Ty- 
ronne Co., Ireland. Mr. Sapp is a Re- 
publican in politics, and a member of 
the Presbyterian Church. Present ad- 
dress Moran, Kans. 
Children: 
19— Rachel. 
20— George. 
21— John. 
22— Caroline. 
23— Will. 
24— Edd. 
25— Mollie. 
26 — Charles. 
27— May. 

(13) 
JEROME, son of John Sapp (5) and 
Susan Landis, married Alice Ploward. 
He is a leading grocer of Circleville. 
Ohio. 

Children: 
• 28— Elizabeth. 
29 — Helen A. 
30 — Frances C. 
31— Margaret K. 
32 — Howard. 

(14) 
MATTIE, daughter of John Sapp 
(5) and Susan Landis, married and 
now lives at Ritzville, Washington. 
(15) 
KATIE, daughter of John Sapp (5) 
and Susan Landis, married Wesley 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



Zehrung, since deceased. She has no 
children and resides at Ritzville, 
Washington. 

(16) 
ANNIE, daughter of John Sapp (5) 
and Susan Landls, married Benjamin 
Ulm, and now lives at Wilson Creek, 
Washington. 
Children: 
Charles. 

Jennie, married Edward Kellen- 
berger. 

(17) 

HATTIE, daughter of John Sapp (5) 
and Susan Landis, married William 
Snyder and now resides at Ritzville, 
Washington. 
Children. 
Earl. 

(18) 
THOMAS, son of John Sapp (5) and 
Si'san Landis, married Mary Pass- 
water. Both are now dead. 
Children: 
33— John. 
34— Charles. 



35— Minnie. 
36— William. 



(28) 



ELIZABETH, daughter of Jerome 
Sapp (14) and Alice Howard, married 
F. A. Lynch. 

(29) 

HELEN A., daughter of Jerome 
Sapp (14) and Alice Howard, married 
D. E. Phillips. 



Children: 
Howard. 
Alice. 



(33) 



JOHN, son of Thomas Sapp (19) and 
Mary Passwater, now lives in Lancas- 
ter, O. 

(34) 

CHARLES, son of Thomas Sapp 
(19) and Mary Passwater, now lives in 
Kansas City, Kansas. 

(35) 

MINNIE, daughter of Thomas Sapp 
(19) and Mary Pr.sswater, ri-.?-rried 
Charles Wilson and now lives In Clr- 
cleville, Ohio. 



Line "H" 



(1) 

OBADIAH SAPP, born 17S0 in Eng- 
land and 20 years later came to Amer- 
ica and lived somewhere further north. 
Married Hannah Fox. 
Children: 
2 — Jackson. 
3 — Susan. 

(2) 
JACKSON, son of Obadiah Sapp (1) 
and Hannah Fox, married Jemima 
Vanhoy in the early 40's. Both died 
in 1S98. Jackson, Elick and John 
served in the war from 1S61 until its 
close, all returning home safe. 

Children: 
4— Elick, 
5 — John. 
6 — Joseph. 
7— Phillip. 
8 — George. 
9— Mary. 



(4) 

ELICK, son of Jackson Sapp (2) 
and Jemima Vanhoy, married (Cynthia 
Grubbs. 
Children: 

10— Robert. 

11— Thomas. 

12— Mollie. 

13— Sallie. 

14 — James. 

15— Dick. 

16— Sis. 

(5) 

JOHN, son of Jackson Sapp (2) and 
Jemima Vanhoy, married Nancy Mfir- 
shall. 

Children: 
17— William. 
18— Rclius. 
19— Lillie. 
20 — Hepsey. 



/C) 



A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



81 



(«) 
JOSEPH, son of Jackson Sapp (2) 
and Jemima Vanhoy, married Jane 
Bailey. 
Children: 

21— James E., born 1876. 
22— J. B. 
23— Henry. 
24— W. C. 

(7) 
PHHXIP, son of Jackson Sapp (2) 
and Jemima Vanhoy, married — Har- 
rleld. 

Children: 
25 — Mary. 
26— Flora. 

(8) 
GEORGE, son of Jackson Sapp (2) 
and Jemima Vanhoy, married Mrs. 
Catcs, a widow from Virginia. They 
now reside at Danville, Va. 

(9) 

MARY, daughter of Jackson Sapp 
(2) and Jemima Vanhoy, married Robt. 
Dilworth. They now reside at Win- 
eton Salem, N. C. 



Line "J 



We have a record of five of the thir- 
teen brothers who were in the War of 
1812. At the close of the War all but 
five drifted to other parts of the coun- 
try. Their names and destinations 
are unknown. The five settled in Hal 
timore Co., Md., their names being as 
follows: 

1— William. 

2— Daniel. 

3— Edward. 

4— Oliver. 

5 — John. 

(1) 

WILLIAM SAPP. 
Children: 

6 — Joseph F. 

7— William. 

8 — James. 

9— Charles. 

(6) 
JOSEPH F. SAPP. 
Children: 

10— William J, 



(10) 
ROBERT, son of Elick Sapp (4) and 
Cynthia Grubbs, now resides at Win- 
ston Salem, N. C. 

(21) 

JAMES E.. son of Joseph Sapp (6) 
and Jane Bailey, married Emma Lin- 
ville, daughter of M. A. Linville, April 
26, 1898. Resides now at Belew Creek 
N. C. 

(22) 

J. B., son of Joseph Sapp (6) and 
Jane Bailey, married Eva Roberts, 
Dec. 23, 1907. Resides at Winston 
Salera, X. C. 

(23) 

HENRY, son of Joseph Sapp (6) and 
Jane Bailey, married Nannie King, 
Dec. 23, 1904. Resides at Oak Ridge. 
(24) 

W. C, son of Joseph Sapp (6) and 
Jane Bailey, married Bettie Nelson, 
Dec. 23, 1907. Resides now at Belew 
Creek, N. C. 



11 — Sophia. 
12— Elizabeth. 
13 — Joseph. 

(10) 
"WILLIAM J. SAPP, son of Joseph 
F. Sapp (6), was born Feb. 1, 1842. The 
latter years of his life he passed at 
Lordsburg, New Mexico. He died 
March 28, 1909. 
Children: 

14— William G. 
15 — Charlotta. 
16 — Florence Isabell. 
17— Cora Bell. 
Children, by the second wife: 
18— Ida May. 
19— Arthur. 
20 — Joseph. 
21 — Bessie. 

(14) 
WILLIAM GEORGE, son of William 
J. Sapp (10), married Caroline Re- 
becca Carvil. Now resides at Globe, 
Arizona. 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



(15) 
CHARLOTTA, daughter of William 
J. Sapp (10), married William P. Bene- 
dict, a banker of Golden, Colo. 



(1) 



AUGUSTUS SAPP, married Nancy 
Adu Brook. 

Children: 

2 — William Henry, deceased. 
3 — Eddie E., deceased. 
4 — Liila A., deceased. 
5 — Jannie, deceased. 
6 — Absolem, deceased. 
7 — George M., deceased. 
8 — Haywood D., deceased. 
9 — Louis T., deceased. 
10 — Fannie L., deceased. 



(16) 
FLORENCE ISABELL. daughter of 
William J. Sapp (10), married J. 
Floyd Hammond. 



Line "K" 



This line is short and it should un- 
questionably be included in Line A, but 
the connection is not definite and so 
the best we feel justified in doing is to 
make a separate line of it. 

(1) 
CHAS SAPP was born in Maryland, 
Feb. 23, 1897, and removed later to 
Knox County, Ohio. He married Eliza- 
beth Mathena. By trade he was a 
millwright but later turned his atten- 
tion to farming. He died in 1S65. 
During the Civil War he enlisted in 
the 35th Illinois and was discharged 
for disability In 1S64. He removed 
from Ohio to Fayette County, 111., in 
1838. 

Children: 

2 — Lyman. 

3 — Hiram. 

4 — Perry. 

5— Allen. 

6 — Martha Jane. 
(4) 
PERRY, son of Chas. Sapp (1) and 
Elizabeth Mathena, was born in Knox 
County, Ohio, Feb. 13th, 1838. In 
August, 18G2, he enlisted in the 130th 
Illinois, and served in the Vicksburg 
Campaign and the Mobile Campaign, 
being mustered out in August, 1S65. 



(2) 



WILLIAM H., son of Augustus Sapp 
(1) and Nancy Ann Brook, was born 
1850 and died May 20, ISSS. Married 
Willie G. Massie, December IG, 1S75. 
Children: 

11 — William Gratten, born 1876. 

12— Oscar Lee, born 4-19-1S73. 

13— Willie Jannie, born S-29-18S4. 

14 — Carrie, born 8-18-1885. 

15— Harvey L., born 8-13-1886. 

(15) 
HARVEY L., son of William H. Sapp 
(2), lives at Waynesboro, Ga. 



Line "L" 



In 1866 he married Mary Ann Yccum, 
daughter of Wm. Yocum. Mr. Sapp 
has engaged in farming all of his lifs. 
He is a Republican in poHiics and a 
member of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 
Children: 
7 — Lyman. 
8 — Mary Florence. 
(5) 
ALLEN, son cf Chas. Sapp (1) and 
Elizabeth Mathena, was born in Fay- 
ette County, 111., and was also a soldier 
of the Civil War. 

(6) 

MARTHA JANE, daughter of Chas. 
Sapp (1) and Elizabeth Mathena, mar- 
ried G. W. Riley of Shelby county, Illi- 
nois. 

(7) 
LYMAN, son of Perry Sapp (4) and 
Mary Yocum, is farming upon the 
home place. 
Children: 

9 — Herman R. 
10— Ralph L. 

(8) 
MARY FLORENCE, daughter of 
Perry Sapp (4) and Mary Yocum, mar- 
ried Fred Collins. 



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83 



Miscellaneous 



There have been many Sapps whose 
names we have run across in various 
places, either in government service 
or in private life all of which we have 
endeavored to locate by correspond- 
ence, direct or indirect, but whom we 
have failed of locating, either through 
their carelessness in replying or some 
change of address. Others we have 
some little information about but they 
have not known anything concerning 
their ancestry. In this chapter we 
will append a list of these giving what 
little we know about them. Some of 
the names which follow will be given 
in the body of this work, but through 
some inadvertance or over-sight, they 
have not been identified before we 
went to press. In any event, the re- 
petition will do no harm. We shall 
Include all of those who have been 
In the government service, however, 
whether they have appeared in the 
book before or not. The following is 
from the United States Official Reg- 
ister of 1879: 

Wm. F. Sapp, House of Representa- 
tives from Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

A. Edgar Sapp, internal revenue, 
"born in Ohio, employed at Peoria. 

S. C. Sapp, Railway Mail Service, 
born In Ohio, employed on a run out 
of Chicago. 

David Sapp, Postmaster, DuBoIs, Ga. 

J. A. Sapp, Postmaster, Mt. Pleasant, 
Ga. 

R. D. Sapp, Postmaster, Baldwin, 
Ohio. 

In 1881: 

Nicholas Sapp, Engineering Dept., 
bom In Ind., employed at Coos Bay, 
Oregon. 

A. H. Sapp, General Postoffice, 
Washington, D. C. 

W. E. Sapp, Mail Messenger, Dan- 
ville, Ohio. 

In 18S3: 
Solomon C. 
Danville, Ohio. 



Sapp, Postmaster at 



J. K. Sapp, Postmaster at Magnolia, 
Del. See "A" 61. 

In 1SS5: 

Fred E. Sapp in the Clerical Force, 
born in 111., employed at Brinkley, Ar- 
kansas. See "E" 39. 

In 1887: 

Geo. Sapp, Custom Service, born in 
Md., employed at Baltimore. 

Albert Sapp, Mail Messenger, Hart- 
ford City, West Va. 

Henry N. Sapp, Postmaster, Thom- 
asville, Ga. 

W. M. F. Sapp, Clerk, bom in Ohio, 
employed at Toledo. 

In 1895: 

James W. Sapp, Postmaster at East- 
man, Ga. 

Walter Sapp. Postmaster at Rlch- 
mondville, Mich. 

U. S. Sapp. Postmaster at Glados- 
ville. West Va. 

In 1887: 

David Sapp, Weather Bureau, bcm 
Ga., employed Eastman, Ga. 

James A. Sapp, Postmaster, Pen- 
nick, Ga. 

Albert Sapp, Postmaster, Machlas, 
Washington. 

In 1889: 

Chas. E. Sapp, Internal Revenue, 
born in Mo., employed at Louisvilie, 
Ky., Collector, 5th District. 

Chas. W. Sapp. Engineering Dept., 
employed at Wyanet, 111. 

A- D. Sapp, Postmaster, Luravllle, 
Fla. 

David A. Sapp, Postmaster, Lenox, 
Ga. 

W. E. Sapp, Postmaster, Harold, 
Mo. 

In 1901: 

Hiram Sapp, Senate Messenger, 57th 
Congress. See "A" 255. 

Erwin E. Sapp, Postmaster, StIIson, 
Tex. 



« V 



U^'.M 



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A HISTORY OF THE SAPP FAMILY 



Geo. H. Sapp, Special Carrier, 
Erownell, Ariz. 

Harmon H. Sapp, Postmaster, Vada, 
Ga. 

Wm. H. Sapp, Postmaster, Bright, 
Okla. 

Geo. E. Sapp, Postmaster, Pecos, 
Tex. 

Lem Sapp, Postmaster at Rich, Fla. 

Wm. M. Sapp, Postmaster at Fill- 
more, Ga. 

In 1905: 

Everett Sapp, Engineering Dept., 
employed at Wyanet, 111. 

Miss Gail Sapp, Xurse Central Dis- 
pensary Hospital, born West Va. 

R. K. Sapp, laborer, employed at 
Wyanet, 111. 

Alex Sapp, Sub-Carrier, Lake City, 
Fla. 

Chas. Sapp, Carrier, Toledo, Ohio. 
Edward W. Sapp, Star Service, Fla. 
Elmer L. Sapp, Postmaster at Good- 
hope, 111. 

E. Y. Sapp, Carrier at Athens, Ga, 
G. W. Sapp, Railway Clerk, Ga. 

Harvey L. Sapp, Carrier, Waynes- 
boro, Ga. See "K" 21. 

James E. Sapp, Carrier, Belew Creek 
North Carolina. See "H" 21. 

James H. Sapp, Carrier, Salisbury, 
North Carolina. 

John P. Sapp, Postmaster at Sapp, 
Fla. 

Mamie C. Sapp, Clerk, Eastman 
Ga. 

Marcus D. Sapp, Clerk, Jacksonville, 
West Va. 

Philip B. Sapp, Clerk, Whitfield, Ga. 
See "C" 37. 

Richard H. Sapp, Carrier, Whitfield, 
Ga. See "C" 38. 



Wm. L. Sapp, Postmaster at Geho, 
West Va. 

We also find Dr. J. M. Sapp at 
Clawson, Tex. Dr. Sapp wrote us one 
letter and said ho could tell us every- 
thing we wanted to know about the 
southern Sapps and since that time 
we have been unable to get word from 
him in any way, shape or form. He 
is probably deceased. 

From R. G. Dunn & Co., of 1891, we 
find a Eugene Sapp at Sciota, 111. 
He may be included in the body of 
this work but I do not locate him. 

A long newspaper clipping speaks 
of the heroism of I. C. Sapp of West- 
erville, Ohio, in which he saved the 
life of Dr. Whitney, representative 
from Franklin County. Mr. Sapp was 
awarded a modal and $2,100 by the 
Carnegie commission for his bravery. 
We tried to get in touch with Mr. 
Sapp but have been unable to get any 
replies to our letters. 

Newspaper clippings speak of a 
miner, John Sapp, employed near 
Rawlins, Wyo., but we know nothing 
further of him. 

One of the best known of the un- 
connected Sapps was ex-mayor Dnuiel 
Sapp of Pekin, 111. He was born May 
18, 1842 and died July 21, 1?03. Mr. 
Sapp was born in Fleming County, 
Ky., but knew absolutely nothing as to 
his ancestery. His parents died v>'hen 
he was a small child. Mr. Sapp start- 
ed life farming and throughout the 
major part of his life was very much 
interested in horse breeding, being 
known all over Illinois and Kentucky 
to horsemen. He was a Democrat in 
politics and served in various county 
offices for many years and was elect- 
ed twice mayor of Pekin. He was a 
member of the Commandry and S.hrine 
of Peoria and was very active in Ma- 
sonic work. 




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INDEX OF SAPPS 



Letters refer to " lines" and the 
numbers to the paragraph in that line 
•v^'here the came can be located. 

Abel A 122 

Abigail W A 228 

Abner C 43 

Abram F 9 

Abram S F 40 

Absolem A 54 

Absolem A 207 

Absolem K 6 

Ada D 63 

Ada B A 701 

Adam A 51 

Adam E 12 

Addie A 391 

Addie A 667 

Adoliza A 190 

Agnes A 642 

Alan D 66 

Albert A 304 

Albert A 700 

Albert A 811 

Albert P A 632 

Alberta A 554 

Albertus A 506 

Alcinda B 30 

Alcinda Jane B 36 

Alexandria A 123 

Alexander E A 882 

Alexander B 60 

Alfred A 447 

Alfred F 7 

Alfred A B 134 

Alice A 529 

Alice Voss E 73 

Allen A 824 

Allen L 5 

Allen Dwight A 857 

Alma A 898 

Alma A A 778 

Alpheus E 3 

Alta Mae A 873 

Alta R A 871 

Alvin A 136 

Alvin A 187 

Alvin J A 376 

Alvis C D 5 

Amanda Ann F 35 

Amanda E A 313 

Amelia E A 338 

Amos A 797 



Amy A 846 

Amy E A 624 

Andrew A 213 

Andrew J A 453 

Aner A 437 

Angelina \ 323 

Angelina A 429 

Angle A 757 

Ann A 12 

Ann A 179 

Ann F 14 

Ann Eliza A 449 

Anna G 16 

Anna A A G40 

Anna E A SG7 

Anna M A 258 

Annetta A 500 

Annie A 21S 

Annie A 664 

Annie C 24 

Annie C 48 

Annie D 24 

Annie D 45 

Annie D C5 

Anson B A 316 

Archie B A 872 

Archie Leroy B 102 

Archibald W B 39 

Armiuta A 672 

Arminta Florence A 197 

Arniistead W K 69 

Artemus Ward B 105 

Arthur A SIS 

Arthur D 8 

Arthur D 40 

Arthur J 19 

Arthur H A 525 

Asa A SI 

Asa G D 11 

Ayman A A 566 

A. V E 4S 

Augustus K 1 

Barbara A 171 

Basil A 145 

Baxter B E Co 

Beatrice W A 6S 7 

Belie A 227 

Ben D 64 

Benjamin A 14 

Benjamin A 146 

Benjamin A 2t'0 

Benjamin A 293 

Benjamin B 27 



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Benjamin B 31 

Benjamin B 42 

Benjamin D 43 

Benjamin E 41 

Benjamin F B 2 

Benjamin F B 19 

Benjamin F B 3S 

Benjamin F B 67 

Benjamin J E 31 

Bernice Aletha B 107 

Berry W A 479 

Bert A 40'J 

Bertha A 618 

Bertha A 738 

Bertha A 855 

Bertha Francis A 523 

Bessie C 20 

Bessie j 21 

Bessie F B 98 

Bettie A 492 

Bettie B 115 

Bettie A A 503 

Birdie L E 50 

Blanche A 733 

Blanche A 82-) 

Bramwell E 1 

Burdella A A 685 

Caleb E 19 

Calvin A 329 

Calvin Adam A 410 

Camelia E A 375 

Cardione F 2 

Carl A 601 

Carl A 693 

Caroline G 9 

Carrie A 780 

Carrie D 51 

Carrie K 14 

Carrie A C 29 

Gary C E 44 

Cary C E 65 

Casander A 118 

Cassie A 790 

Cassius A 248 

Casslus L A 622 

Catherine A 44 

Catherine A 68 

Catherine A 72 

Catherine A 289 

Catherine A. 301 

Catherine A 357 

Catherine E A 6S6 

Catherine Sue C 41 

Cecelia A 641 

Celeste A 552 

Cenith B 45 



Channlng a 337 

Charles A 5 

Charles a 204 

Charles A 55 

Charles A 306 

Charles A 334 

Charles A 513 

Charles A 557 

Charles A 603 

Charles a 661 

Charles A 688 

Charles a 719 

Charles B 73 

Charles E 51 

Charles F 42 

Charles j 9 

Charles G 9 

Charles G 26 

Charles G 34 

Charles A A 58" 

Charles Bent A 861 

Charles B a 251 

Charles H A 256 

Charles H A SSO 

Charles M A 754 

Charles N A 839 

Charley S a 417 

Charles Raymond A 63S' 

Charles T A CSl 

Charles W A 751 

Charley d 53 

Charlie C 23 

Charlotte A 440 

Charlotte B 13 

Charlotte B 43 

Charlotte B 125 

Charlotte j 15 

Christina A 143 

Christina F 41 

Christine A ino 

Clara A 234 

Clara A 5 75 

Clara F 36 

Clara D 75 

Clara Bell A 708 

Clara Pauline A 521 

Clarence A 745 

Clarence A 556 

Clarence D A 569 

Clarence L. a 7S1 

Clarence A f?29 

Clarence Bradford B K'3 

Claude Garfield B lOG 

Claude Garfield D 60 

Clarence W a S35 

Claudia E 38 



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Clement , A 293 

Cliftou B E 64 

Clinton E A 594 

Cleotus A 643 

Col Speed B 104 

Columbus D A 342 

Columbia Dorcas B 37 

Conrad A 79 

Cora Cell J 17 

Cordelia A 188 

Cordelia E A 23Q 

Cordelia Ann A 374 

C. P D 25 

Curtis L A 565 

Cynthia Ann A 119 

Dally F 39 

Daniel A 27 

Daniel A 46 

Daniel A 89 

Daniel A 159 

Daniel A 420 

Daniel F 11 

Daniel J 2 

Daniel F A 82 

Daniel F D 31 

David A 144 

David A 261 

David E 18 

Delia D 56 

David R A 430 

David F A 842 

Delilah A 715 

Delura B 91 

Dennis C 4 

Dexter A 659 

Dexter T A 378 

Dick A 660 

Dick H 15 

Dllbcrt D 74 

Dixie F 38 

Donna A 600 

Dora B A 596 

Dora Bell A 670 

Dorlisca A 232 

D. R D 32 

Dudley D 54 

Dwight E A 619 

Earl A 870 

Earl Nelson A 680 

Earl Wilson A 863 

Edd G 24 

Eddie A 806 

Eddie C A 253 

Eddie E K 3 

Eddie G A 254 

Edgar Soame A 377 



Edison G 8 

Edraond A 362 

Edmond A 79^3 

Edmund B 15 

Edna A 609 

Edna B A 718 

Edward A 13 

Edward A 35 

Edward A 125 

Edward a 407 

Edward A 432 

Edward A 722 

Edward E 62 

Edward J 3 

Edward E A 383 

Edward H A 756 

Edward G A 874 

Edwin A 481 

Edwin A 93 

Edwin Macdonald A 656 

Edw in Vinden A 886 

Effle A 241 

Ef fie E A 504 

Elbert E A 587 

Electa A 229 

Elgie A 814 

Eli A 495 

Ellas E 25 

Elias W A 411 

Elias T A 414 

Eiick H 4 

Elihu A 720 

Elijah A 59 

Elijah A 216 

Elijah A 427 

Elijah A 446 

Elijah A 475 

Eliza A 412 

Eliza A 793 

Eliza Jane A 370 

Eliza Jane B 89 

Elizabeth A 42 

Elizabeth A 58 

Elizabeth A 70 

Elizabeth A 77 

Elizabeth A 98 

Elizabeth A 113 

Elizabeth A loO 

f:iizabeth A 169 

Elizabeth A 174 

Elizabeth A 206 

Elizabeth A 265 

Elizabeth A 551 

Elizabeth A 558 

Elizabeth A 276 

Elizabeth A 292 



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Elizabeth A 482 

Elizabeth A 711 

Elizabeth B 5 

Elizabeth D 16 

Elizabeth F 8 

Elizabeth F 20 

Elizabeth J 12 

Elizabeth G 28 

Elizabeth A A 422 

Elizabeth Aun A 464 

Elizabeth J A 590 

Elizabeth Margaret A 534 

Ella A 548 

Ella A 616 

Ella A 666 

Ella F A 70'J 

Ellen N A 250 

Elmer A 761 

Elnora A 784 

Elsa A 890 

Elsie A 674 

Elva Jennings A 649 

Elvira B 70 

Elwood W A 777 

Emeline A 242 

Emily M A 833 

Emma A 530 

Emma E A 698 

Emma J A 315 

Emma Cecelia A 635 

Enoch A 109 

Enoch A 164 

Ephriam A 25 

Ephriam A 209 

Ephriam A 459 

Ephriam A 730 

Ephraim A 772 

Ephriam A 816 

Ephriam Doolittle B 111 

Ernest C A 526 

Ernest E A 831 

Erwin A 765 

Esther A 18 

Esther D 44 

Estella S A 620 

Etta C A 567 

Ethel '. A 844 

Ethel K A 74S 

Ethel Martin C 50 

Eugene A 629 

Eugene D 27 

Eugene D 72 

Eugenia E 61 

Eugenia Martin C 51 

Eunice D 59 

Eula Rouse E 71 



Eva E 49 

Eva Ellen B 133 

Eva F A 700 

Everett A 736 

Everett S A 715 

Evaline S A 849 

Evalyn A 138 

Ezra J A 252 

Fannie A 181 

Fannie A 606 

Fannie A 807 

Fannie B S3 

Fannie L K 10 

Fidelias E A 562 

Finley B B 96 

Finley McLain B 130 

Flora Bell A 403 

Flora L A 524 

Flora A 612 

Flora Bell A 900 

Flora H 26 

Florence A 344 

Florence Mattie A 520 

Florence B 116 

Florence Isabel J 16 

Floyd D 2 

Frances A 326 

Frances A 390 

Frances F 16 

Frances C G 30 

Frances M A 634 

Frances P A 339 

Francis A 2S8 

Francis A 2r,S 

Francis A 361 

Francis A 627 

Francis Marion A 371 

Frank A 3SS 

Frank A 511 

Frank A 665 

Frank B 121 

Frank A A 553 

Frank Finch A 644 

Frank Glidhill A 517 

Frank O A 415 

Frank R B 74 

Fred A 74') 

Fred B 1 1 9 

Fred E 58 

Fred E E 39 

Fred L A 705 

Frederick A 2 

Frederick A 23 

Frederick A 34 

Frederick A 50 

Frederick A 107 



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Frederick R A C23 

Frederick Arthur A 646 

Friend B 100 

Gail B S7 

George A 8 

George A 22 

George A 32 

George A 47 

George A 52 

George A 105 

George A 124 

George A 142 

George A 223 

George A 262 

George A 271 

George A 291 

George A 541 

George A 544 

George A 578 

George A 737 

George A 766 

George A 821 

George C 31 

George D 28 

George E 35 

George F 27 

George H 8 

George G 7 

George G 20 

George K 7 

George A 346 

George Brinton B 54 

George C A 312 

George D B 97 

George H A 280 

George H C 8 

George H A 505 

George J A 676 

George K A 92 

George IM A 832 

George W A 398 

George W A 519 

George W C 11 

George W C 18 

Georgia A 802 

Gilford W A 236 

Gladys A 889 

Goara A 783 

Godfrey Murdock B 72 

Gordon A 758 

Grace B 86 

Hannah A 78 

Hannah Elizabeth B 64 

Hardy C 26 

Hardy C C 2 

Hardy C C 17 



Harmon E 9 

Harman R E 9 

Harley J A 827 

Harley F A 893 

Harold E A 895 

Harriett A 140 

Harriett M A 249 

Harriett A 542 

Harriett C C 10 

Harold B 90 

Harrison A 243 

Harry D 71 

Harry Carter A 865 

Harry Willis A 881 

Harry Barlow B 522 

Hartley A 36 

Hartley A 94 

Hartley A lOS 

Harvey L K 15 

Hattie A 820 

Hattie G 17 

Hattie B A 779 

Hattie L A 755 

Hassle S C 32 

Hayes B 82 

Haywood D K 8 

Hazel D 57 

Hazel C A 677 

Helen A S55 

Helen C 25 

Helen A G 29 

Helen May A 592 

Hendrick W A 237 

Henry A 6 

Henry A 9 

Henry A 20 

Henry A 29 

Henry A 64 

Henry A 76 

Henry A 13"; 

Henry A 141 

Henry A 217 

Henry A 445 

Henry B 4 

Henry E 14 

Henry B 61 

Henry H 23 

Henry E 2 

Henry C 21 

Henry E 22 

Henry F 8 

Henry F A 221 

Henry P A 235 

Henrietta A 485 

Henrietta A 800 

Hepsey H 20 



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Herbert D 55 

Herbert A 729 

Herbert B 118 

Herbert Noah A 3Sfi 

Herbert Otha A 892 

Herman A 762 

Herman L 9 

Harraan R E 9 

Hester A 99 

Hetty A 153 

Hetty B A 508 

Hezekiah A 211 

Hezekiah A 431 

Heite A 758 

Hildegard A 856 

Hiram A 255 

Hiram L 3 

Hiram A 545 

Hiram F 34 

Hiram Edward A 320 

Hopkins A 114 

Horton A 259 

Howard G 32 

Hudson A 257 

Hugh A 510 

Hugh B 65 

Hugh C 40 

Hulda A 129 

Ida A 549 

Ida .A 763 

Ida M A 774 

Ida M E 52 

Ida May J 18 

Idella M A 760 

Imo Vee B 129 

Iraogene Lucy B 108 

lone E 60 

Ira C A 773 

Ira Fenton B 131 

Irene Clary E 70 

Irene C A 866 

Irma A 716 

Irvin A 899 

Isaac A 17 

Isaac A 30 

Isaac A 66 

Isaac .' A 73 

Isaac A 88 

Isaac A 434 

Isaac A 512 

Isaac E 20 

Isaac E A 741 

Isabel A 112 

Isabel A 637 

Isabella A 428 

J. B H 22 



J. L D 22 

J. T D 26 

Jackson E 4 

T^ckson w ^ 

Jacob A 19 

Jacob A 31 

Jacob A 62 

Jacob A 80 

Jacob E 11 

James A 10 

James A 95 

James A 134 

James A 165 

James A 26 4 

James A 285 

James A 297 

James H 14 

James A 671 

James A 581 

James A 6C2 

James A 4C0 

James D 42 

James J 8 

James G 2 

James G 3 

James E H 21 

James E A 726 

James Emery A 433 

James K A 61 

James M A 480 

James Newton B 21 

James R A 791 

James S A 314 

Jane A 157 

Jane D 17 

Jane Agnes A 903 

Jane E A 416 

Jane Roxanna B 50 

Jannie D 23 

Jannie K 5 

Jasper Steenrod B 20 

Jefferson A 392 

Jefferson A 812 

Jefferson D 37 

Jefferson E 10 

Jefferson E 40 

Jefferson C A 191 

Jefferson Davis B 62 

Jemima A 69 

Jennie A A 306 

Jennie A 151 

Jennie A C15 

Jennie B 77 

Jennie Bell A 516 

Jenelee D 47 

Jepsie E 42 



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Jerome G 13 

Jerome A 54-i 

Jessie A 747 

Jessie Lay ton A 902 

Jessie L A 509 

Jing A 819 

Joanna A 11 

Joanna B 32 

John A 1 

John A 4 

John A 7 

John A 15 

John A 21 

John A 20 

John A 28 

John A 33 

John A 41 

John A 63 

John A 74 

John A 90 

John A lOG 

John A 132 

John A 14:? 

John A 160 

John A 214 

John A 30S 

John A 406 

John A 494 

John A 794 

John A 805 

John G 4 

John G 10 

John G 12 

John G 21 

John G 33 

John B 17 

John C 5 

John E 17 

John E 24 

John F 18 

John H 5 

John J 5 

John A A 354 

John Andrew A 696 

John B A 364 

John E A 587 

John F A 226 

John H A 527 

John Gooden A 723 

John M A 413 

John Mercer A 702 

John M C 7 

John N G 1 

John R A 426 

John R A 870 

John R A 381 



John R A 311 

John R. Jr A 65S 

John T C 16 

John Thomas A 532 

John Wilbur A 231 

John William A 319 

John W A 444 

John W A 497 

John W A 579 

John W A 830 

Jonathan A 177 

Jonathan A 278 

Jonathan L A 538 

Joseph A 154 

Joseph A 1G2 

Joseph A 3c{2 

Joseph A 53 

Joseph A 43 

Joseph A. 26 

Joseph B 9 

Joseph B 22 

Joseph B 2S 

Joseph 11 6 

John J 5 

Joseph J 13 

Joseph J 20 

Joseph Claude A SS4 

Joseph Daniel A 321 

Joseph Edwin B 49 

Joseph F J 6 

Joseph M A 53S 

Joseph W A 792 

Josephine D 20 

Josie A 626 

Judson C C 13 

Judson C C 35 

Juliet A 75is 

Julia D 14 

Julia Ann A 170 

Julia E A 234 

Julia M A Sr.3 

Julia Rebecca B 63 

Julia Cornelia C 49 

Juliet A 451 

Julius A iZo 

Julius A 614 

Kate B SO 

Katherine E A 621 

Katie G 15 

Kenneth Bent A S60 

Keziah A 613 

Keziah A 16S 

Killa D 52 

Lallah Voss E €6 

Lanty B 124 

Laura A 244 



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Laura A 593 

Laura E 34 

Laura A 841 

Laura E A SS4 

Laura Ellen B 66 

Laura Estella A 317 

Lawrence A 6S9 

L. Bayard A 727 

Lee A 749 

Lee A 887 

I^ruuel A 1S5 

Lennes p 37 

Leo W A 349 

Leonard A 876 

Leonidas A 540 

Leora A 634 

Leota D 67 

Lerron A 828 

Levi A 60 

Levi A 17G 

Levi A 203 

L-evi A 212 

Levi A 441 

Levi A 477 

Letitia D 34 

Lewis A 202 

Lewis A 387 

Lewis A 675 

Lewis p 30 

Lewis F A 192 

Lewis M A 404 

Lewis S A 852 

Lilah Alma A 894 

Lillian W A 901 

Lillie H 19 

Lizzie A A 572 

L. J D 21 

Lodisca A 233 

Lola A 721 

L. Miriam E 57 

Loretta A 224 

Loretta A 511 

Louie A 771 

Louella A 599 

Louella A 753 

Louis ^ A 473 

Louis T K 9 

Louisa A 184 

Louisa A 325 

Louisa Jane A 361 

Louise D 13 

Louise D 68 

Louise E C 33 

Louvenna B 88 

Louetta A 598 

Lowden L A 697 



Loyd L A 585 

Luada p 32 

Lucian a 296 

Lucinda a 172 

Lucinda a 318 

Lucinda a 457 

Lucy ;.;X 240 

Lucy A 617 

Lucy B 122 

Lucy c 22 

Lucy Ann a 385 

Luella A 502 

Lula A K 4 

Lula D c 2S 

Luther e 45 

Luther E b 40 

Luther F a 423 

Lydia a ISO 

Lydia a 424 

Lydia ■.'.'.A 435 

Lyman l 2 

Lyman l 7 

Lyman L a 3^.3 

Mabell a 843 

^Table A 582 

Mablo J A 740 

Madison N a 194 

Maggie a 631 

Maggie A c 45 

^lahala a 803 

Major B A 455 

Malone a 6C9 

Mandy a 491 

Margaret A 454 

Margaret A 651 

Margaret B 41 

Margaret A 40 

Margaret A 45 

Margaret A 57 

Margaret A 101 

Margaret A US 

Margaret A 173 

Margaret A 266 

Margaret A 281 

Margaret A 30''' 

Margaret K G 31 

^largarette D 70 

Marguerite E 63 

Mariah A 389 

Mariah E 29 

Marian A S62 

Marienne A 653 

Marlon D 73 

Marion A ,it05 

Marietta A 673 

Marjorie W A 868 



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Marquis De Lafayette B 40 

^Lnl•quis De Lafayette B 128 

Martha A 182 

Martha A 352 

Martha A 467 

Martha B 25 

Martha .^._ E 6 

Martha H C 46 

Martha J A 489 

Martha Jane L 6 

Martha Jane A 2S6 

Martha Jane A 699 

Martha Jane A St'9 

Martin L A 732 

Mary A 24 

Mary A 48 

Mary A 37 

Mary A 26 

Mary A 96 

Mary A 110 

Mary A 117 

Mary A 12G 

Mary A 147 

Mary A 267 

Mary A 462 

Mary A 470 

Mary A 528 

Mary A 550 

Mary A 663 

Mary t) 50 

Mary F 15 

Mary F 23 

Mary H 25 

Mary H 9 

Mary A 743 

Mary A 798 

Mary A 854 

Mary Ann B 34 

Mary Ann A 287 

Mary Ann A 369 

Mary Ann G o 

Mary Augusta E 68 

Mary B A 732 

Mary Bertha A 647 

Mary C A 193 

Mary Catherine A 442 

Mary Catherine B 3G 

Mary Edna A 878 

Mary Edna A 731 

Mary Ellen A 299 

Mary Elizabeth A 302 

Mary Elizabeth C 27 

Mary Ellen A 331 

Mary Florence A 401 

Mary Florence L 8 

Mary Frances A 636 



Mary I A 513 

Mary Jane A 247 

Mary Jane A 283 

Mary Jane A 458 

Mary L A 409 

Mary Lorrine A 885 

Mary Louise A 395 

Mary Susan A 769 

Mathewson A 484 

Matilda A 219 

Matilda A 223 

Matilda A 239 

Matilda A 483 

Matilda A 787 

Matilda A 801 

Matthew F 1 

Matthew F 10 

Matthew David F 2G 

Mattie Irene A 518 

Mattie D 39 

Mattie D 36 

Mattie G 14 

Maude A 6S3 

Maude A 734 

Maude D oS 

Maude S B 92 

May B 12o 

May A 67? 

May u 27 

Maynard A 672 

Melinda A 785 

JTelinda F 5 

Melissa Jane F 19 

Melvin A 840 

Mezzy F 4 

Michael A 273 

Michel A S5 

Minerva A 7SG 

Minerva A 245 

Minnie A 4i"'5 

Minnie A 5?'9 

Minnie G 35 

Minna A 823 

Mildred O A 56S 

Mildred M A 859 

Mildred Viola A 896 

Mildred B 127 

Millidge L C 15 

Missouri E A 7S9 

Mittie C 14 

Mollie H 12 

Mollie G 25 

M. Jane A 531 

Monia I t5 113 

Moses A 87 

Nancy A 39 



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Nancy A 56 

Nancy A 97 

Nancy A 111 

Nancy A 115 

Nancy A 12 7 

Nancy A 156 

Nancy A 274 

Nancy A 589 

Nancy A 788 

Nancy B 26 

Nancy F 17 

Nancy F 24 

Napoleon Massillion A 535 

Nellie A 739 

Nellie B 117 

Nellie E A 836 

Nellie M A 704 

Nellie Louise C 44 

Nelson A 205 

Nelson A 580 

Nelson A 694 

Nelson B 75 

Nettie A 704 

Neva A 691 

Newell D 1 

Newell E 13 

Newell E 32 

Newell E 21 

Newell R E 3 

Nev.ell Winf ield E 74 

Newton F 13 

Noah A 183 

Noah A 474 

Nona A 661 

Nora A 610 

Nora F 6 

Noah p 21 

Noah Milton A 648 

Norman D A 539 

Normanda A 353 

Oda C A 570 

O. K E 36 

Clan C A 875 

Oliver A 408 

Oliver J 4 

Ora A 633 

Ora ". A 782 

Ora C A 713 

Orlie W A 897 

Orville A 742 

Orville A 813 

Orville H B 114 

Oscar E 47 

Oscar L. Jr E 67 

Oscar Lee K 12 

Otto A 877 



Overton a 496 

Owen U A 402 

Page B 85 

Pallas A 810 

Paris F 25 

Paris p 29 

Parilee a 488 

Patience a 38 

Patience a 130 

Paul A A 851 

Pauline a 120 

Pauline a 139 

Pearl a 822 

Pearl M A 735 

Pearl V e 53 

Percy Clair a 847 

Pernelia a 268 

Perry a 838 

Perry ^ 62 

Perry l 4 

Perry Jasper a 536 

Perry W e 37 

Peter p 3 

Peyre Ferry '.'.A 382 

Peyre Ferry a 652 

Phillip II Y 

Phillip B .."..".'.".".'.'.'.*.C 37 

Phoebe b IS 

Phoebe e 27 

Phoebe '. ... '.B 120 

Polly A 65 

Polly A 220 

Polly Ann a 487 

Polly B 7 

Price A 809 

Pachel A S4 

Rachel a 17S 

Rachel e 7 

Rachel g 19 

Rachel L a 450 

Rachel E a 573 

Rachel A a 419 

Ralph Everettt A 645 

Ralph K A 8S3 

Ralph L L 10 

Randell H d 10 

Raphael a 91 

Raphael A 260 

Ray 3 123 

Ray A 602 

Ray V A 60S 

Raymond A 672 

Raymond A A 888 

Raymond M A 564 

Rebecca A 128 

Rel)ecca a 149 



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Rebecca A 167 

Rebecca A 270 

Rebecca A 282 

Rebecca B 10 

Rebecca Jane B 48 

Reese D A 537 

Regina M B 53 

Reginald D 48 

Relius H 18 

Renis A 121 

Reuben A 469 

Reva A 650 

Rezin A 186 

Rhoda A 246 

Rhuey Ann A 86 

Richard A 113 

Richard C 12 

Richard H C 3S 

Robert H A 463 

Robert I A 768 

Robert H 10 

Robert A 198 

Robert Crawford B 51 

Roberta H A 724 

Romanis A 625 

Romulus D 9 

Romulus D 39 

Rosalie A 710 

Rosaline D 12 

Rosa Orr A 891 

Rose A 574 

Rose A 605 

Rosey A 630 

Rosine A 340 

Ross W A 584 

Roy B 81 

Royal D A 322 

Roxy Ann A 137 

Ruby D 49 

Ruby M A 679 

Rufus S D 6 

Ruharaa B 24 

Russell C A 858 

Russell R A 678 

Ruth A 880 

Ruth Ann .' A 155 

Rynold F A 850 

Sadie Ann B 52 

Sadie Eleanor B 101 

Sadie Rosalie B 95 

Sadie Bell B 76 

Saia '. A 275 

Sallie D 46 

Sallle F 33 

Sallie H 13 

Sallie D 19 



Samuel A IHS 

Samuel A 222 

Samuel A 744 

Samuel A 808 

Samuel B 3 

Samuel A 439 

Samuel B 46 

Samuel Brown B 55 

Samuel Council C 34 

Samuel Guthrie B 11 

Samuel M A 47S 

Samuel W A 421 

Samuel W A 49S 

Sanford E B 39 

Sara B 277 

Sara L A 553 

Sarah A 75 

Sarah A 102 

Sarah A 471 

Sarah A 490 

Sarah A 690 

Sarah A 799 

Sarah B 6 

Sarah B 16 

Sarah B 23 

Sarah B 29, 

Sarah « 47 

Sarah B 6S 

Sarah E 5 

Sarah E 16 

Sarah E 28 

Sarah A A 345 

Sarah Ann A 366 

Sarah Ann A 36S 

Sarah Ann A 767 

Sarah C C 39 

Sarah Elizabeth A 436 

Sarah Ellen a 4C0 

Sarah E A 448 

Sarah Elizabeth A 196 

Sarah Ellen A 284 

Sarah Ellen B 35 

Sarah Florence A SIS 

Sarah Jane B 59 

Sarepta B 71 

Sarepta B 94 

Selby A B S 

Selora F A 399 

Sherman A 546 

Silas A 166 

Silas A 611 

Silverian A 295 

Simon A S3 

Simeon A 356 

Sis H 16 

Solomon A 163 



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Solomon A 210 

Solomon A 452 

Solomon A 4G6 

Solomon A 472 

Solomon C A 351 

Solomon L A 425 

Solomon E A 714 

Solomon Layton A 864 

Solon Noah A 373 

Sophia A 71 

Sophia J 11 

Sophrona A 814 

Spurgeou D 41 

S. R E 15 

Stanley C E 55 

Stafford D 69 

Stella A 815 

Stella V A 776 

Susan A 67 

Susan A 359 

Susan A 394 

Susan E 26 

Susan H 3 

Susan Emily A 465 

Susan Matilda A 443 

Susanna A 103 

Susanna A 269 

Susanna A 363 

Susanne A 501 

Sylvaner A 461 

Tacy B 75 

Tapley Trippett B 57 

Thomas A 104 

Thomas A 152 

Thomas A 215 

Thomas A 279 

Thomas A 547 

Thomas A 576 

Thomas D 3 

Thomas G 18 

Thomas H 11 

Thomas H D 7 

Thomas Jefferson B 69 

Thomas W A 418 

Timothy A 265 

Timothy • A 350 

Traney A 486 

Ulysses A 195 

Ulysses S B 79 

Unity A 456 

Vernon A 837 

Veronica A 848 

Victor M A 728 

Victor Alexander E 72 

Victoria A 597 

Virgil D 61 



Virgil D E 46 

Vlrgrinia a 327 

Virginia Loo B 132 

Wade D 29 

Wade Hampton B 84 

Walter A 335 

Walter A 604 

Walter A 6S2 

Walter B A 707 

Walter P A 608 

Walter E a 775 

Walter S A 397 

Walter B C 19 

Warren E A 507 

Warren H A 834 

Wayne B 93 

W. C H 24 

Whitney F A 56 

Whitney F E 56 

Wilbert H a 712 

William A 3 

William A 16 

William A 4^ 

William A 133 

William A 208 

William A 238 

William A 2G3 

William A 272 

William A 277 

William A 290 

William A 307 

William A 336 

William A 360 

William A 393 

William A 468 

Wiliam A 555 

William A 560 

William A 577 

William A 628 

William A 654 

William A 717 

William A 725 

William A 793 

William B 44 

William C 3 

William D 38 

William E 23 

William P 12 

William F 28 

William J 1 

William H 17 

William J 7 

William G 36 

William C 9 

William C 30 

William A B 112 



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William A C 9 

William C A 347 

William Dillon A 330 

William E A 703 

William E A 759 

William Edward A 639 

William Edward A 750 

William Fletcher A 324 

William F A 379 

William F. Jr A 593 

William Francis A 591 

William Franklin B 109 

William G A 770 

William G E 30 

William G F 22 

William G J 14 

William Gratton K 11 

William H D 33 

William H E 43 

William H A 189 

William Henry A 438 

William Henry A 493 

William Henry K 2 

William J J 10 

William J A 372 

William J G 11 

William Jannie K 13 

William James A 533 

William K E 59 

William Leroy B 33 



William Masten A 695 

William M C 36 

William P A 158 

William P E 14 

William R A 161 

William R A 328 

William Robeson A 341 

William Riley B 12 

William Riley B 58 

William S D 4 

William T A 476 

William Walter C 42 

Will G 23 

Will A 661 

Willie D 35 

Winfield A 333 

Winfield E A 607 

Winfred Lee C 47 

Winifred A 303 

Winifred A 692 

Wood H A 823 

W. M D 18 

Wyley Burk A 845 

Zeta M A 571 

Zona Merle B 110 

Zora B E 54 

Zuler F 31 

Zylpha C 6 

Zylphia D 15 



INDEX OF INTERMARRIAGES 



Letters refer to the "Lines," and 
numbers refer to such paragraph in 
that line where the name given may 
be found. 

Adams Rev M D A 395 

Aldridge Jason L A 282 

Allen S V F 22 

Apply J A 245 

Argo Emily A 221 

Arnold A 100 

Arnold Catherine : A 47 

Arnold Sarah A 202 

Ashton James A 283 

Ashton William A 284 

Ashton Frances A 417 

Ashworth W C E 52 

Augstadt Charles A 717 

Bailey Cyrus A 227 

Bailey Hattie A 290 

Bailey Jane H 6 

Baker Anna A 498 



Baker Sarah A 329 

Baldwin Edd A 733 

Bs.Idv.-in Sam A 732 

Baaack Laura B 54 

Bare Ane E C 35 

Barkus Hettie A 41 

Barlow Mary A A 255 

Bartlett Evaline A 557 

Br-about Ora A 418 

Beard Sarah B 3 

Benedict W F A 776 

Benedict William P J 15 

Bent Ruth A 646 

Bkkel Georgia A 291 

Bird Mary A 469 

Bi5chofE J W B 98 

B3-?Jr Hattie A 302 

Bkbaugh John A 174 

Blcbaugh A 292 

Blnibaugh Rachel A 365 

Blubaugh Victoria A 563 

Biiibaugh Maude A 566 



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Blubaugh S. E A 637 

Blubaugh Winnie A 85 

lUytbe Woodie A 715 

Bolton Elizabeth A 238 

Boone Ella L E 46 

Boosinger Matilda A 29 

Boosinger John A 67 

Booth Sarah A 707 

Bostic Mary J A 211 

Bostwick H E A 685 

Bowers Elizabeth B C 2 

Brazier Serena A C 34 

Bradfield Jas A 345 

Bradley A 6 

Breed Ralph Yates A 704 

Brent Edmund A ISl 

Bredwell Rachel A 271 

Britain Oscar A 523 

Brotherhood George L A 375 

Brook Nancy Ann K 1 

Brooks Eugene C E 54 

Brown Mary C A 324 

Prown Emma A 337 

Brown William A 3S9 

Biockaway Byron B A 647 

Browning Orville A 491 

Bunner Randolph B 16 

Bunner Maggie B 20 

Bucklew John B 44 

Buckner Mary C 7 

Burton Maggie A 473 

Burland Lena A 770 

Burns Edward A 635 

Burris Alice A 335 

Bush 1. .C 6 

Burgett J W G 5 

Butler Maria A 161 

Butler Nancy F 6 

Buvinger A 138 

Campbell Daniel R A 197 

Camper Elizabeth A 431 

Canter Sara A 92 

Caris John A 77 

Carpenter Ed A 288 

Carpenter Zachary T A 327 

Carpenter Ashman B 41 

Carmen Adella A 497 

Carney Mary Ann A 361 

Carr David A 400 

Carter Ann A 210 

Carter Sarah E A 430 

Carter Susan A 695 

Carter Henry A 435 

Carvil Caroline R J 14 

Gates Mrs H 8 

Cecil Thomas A 701 



Chappell Jessie I A 644 

Chapin Alice A 7C,S 

Chapman Electa A 79 

Chapman Anna A 233 

Chipps Johanna B 4 

Clark J S A 449 

Clark Mary A 569 

Clark Nancy J A 2S0 

Clair Wilson M A 283 

Clary Gertrude I E 50 

Clendenning Jas A 156 

Cohcnour Mahala A 1S9 

Coleman Minnie A 751 

Colopy Jacob A 175 

Colopy Mary A 176 

Collins Bertha A SS". 

Collins Fred L 6 

Cook William Kline A 724 

Cooper Ann Eliza A 154 

Cooper Mary S A 435 

Cottman James A 548 

Crawford John A 1C5 

Crawford Elizabeth A 622 

Cramer George A 553 

Crawley Douglass B 88 

Critchfield Joseph A 44 

Critchfield William A 45 

Cross William L A 700 

Grouse Mary Katherine A 351 

Crump Elizabeth F 2 

Cutler H. F A 240 

Cusic M. M A 753 

Cummlngs Kittle Z B 105 

Cupp Lillie E 3S 

Culverson Rebecca G 10 

Dallam E. A A 385 

Date Mary A 562 

Daton Martin A 168 

Delano Jennie A 355 

Dill Helen C 1 

Dill Edgar W A 721 

Dillon Loretta A 775 

Dillon Mary A 773 

Dilworth Robt H S 

Divltt Martha B 11 

Dollison John A A 3.r4 

Donavan James F A 624 

Drape John A 416 

Draper Benjamin A 1S2 

Dunham Elizabeth A 277 

Durbin Frank A 363 

Durbin John A 348 

Durbin Martin A 102 

Durbin Mary A 177 

Dulaney Ellis B 64 

Efaw Elizabeth B 60 



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Ebersole Oliver R A 360 

Epgleston Grant A 317 

Ellsworth Ella F A 378 

Ellis Martha C B 33 

Ells Chas A 1C9 

Emerick Carrie A 336 

Emery Anna Marie A 680 

Erickson Edith A 607 

Ewers Frank A 700 

Farribee Phoebe E 3 

Ferguson A 140 

Ferry Margaret P A 1S6 

Fetter Marie A E 49 

Fetter Nellie E 47 

Fifcfield Mary E A 235 

Finch Mary Adelia A 371 

Fisher Wilber E A 620 

Fisher Annie A 715 

Flickingcr Elizabeth A 207 

Fornihals Emma A 377 

Foreman Frank A 44 S 

Foster John A 767 

Foster W. F C 32 

Foster Perrj- G C 33 

Fox Hannah H 1 

Fox Franklin B B 53 

Frazier James E A 281 

Frum Jane B 11 

Fry Margaret M A 446 

Freshwater Wm Z A 313 

Fuller Sarah A 161 

Funk Wm B A 344 

Fultz W. S A 684 

Gaylord Jane A 74 

Givens Mary A 161 

Gillmore Sarah A 342 

Glidhill Joseph A 225 

Glidhill Joseph A 241 

Glidhill Mary E A 226 

Glass Poebe Elvira A 381 

Gooden Ellender G A 433 

Gooding Amanda A 792 

Graham Pearl G A 378 

Grandstaff Marie F 10 

Grinnell George A 250 

Gregor Mary A A 279 

Griffith Caroline A 533 

Greenlee Elizabeth A 459 

Grubbs CjTithia H 4 

Guthrie Edmund B 5 

Guthrie John B 47 

Guthrio Sarah B 2 

Hall Charlotte A 76 

Hall Henry F A 78 

Hall Sarah A 256 

Hair Titus A 97 



Haun A ISS 

Hampton Cyrus A 245 

Habberfield Leonard A 341 

Harrleld H 7 

Harrington N A A 454 

Harrington Ida A 705 

Harrington John A 710 

Hacker Thos A 509 

Hartong Martha A 712 

Hammond Isaac A 71C 

Hammond J. F J 16 

Hanimondtree A 71 

Herald Catherine A 312 

Harris D 4 

Haynes Lyda B 57 

Haynes Sadie B 61 

"Hayward A 596 

Hess Florence A 565 

Hess Isabell A 291 

Henry Thomas A 436 

Hendrick John W A 442 

Hendrlck Christopher A 405 

Henley Bert A 5CS 

Henkerson Sarah C 3 

Highman William A 230 

Hicox Stephen A 232 

Hill Isaac E A 4^7 

Hickey John A 500 

Hinchon Kathleen A 6S1 

Hickman Martha G 6 

Hooteu Armintha E 14 

Horton David A 173 

Hopkins Lovina A 213 

Howlett Lewis A 390 

Houck Jacob A 1S4 

Holmes Martin A 390 

Holroyd Celina A 455 

Horrell Myrtle A 736 

Hogate John A 260 

Hogshead Betty A B 8 

Hoffman Rebecca B 9 

Howard Alice G 13 

Hughes Elizabeth A 427 

Hunt Jennie F 18 

Hudton Lydia A 82 

Hurst Wayne A 752 

Her Henry A 98 

Ireton Joseph A 116 

Jamieson Milton A 138 

Jackson Lucinda B 58 

Jennings Eliza A 1S3 

Jefferson Ruth A 332 

Johnston Belle C A 314 

Johnson Albert G A 403 

Johnson Alta A 705 

Johnson Aglgail B 20 



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A HISTORY OF THE S A P P FAMILY. 



Jones B C 74 

Joliffo Jennie B 74 

Keel W. B A 757 

Kerr R. H B 91 

Kerner James F. .■ E 51 

King Mary Jane A 446 

King Nannie H 23 

King Lillian A 203 

Kirtley Melissa A 343 

Koons Harry W A 606 

Kriigh Geo. W A 403 

Landls Susan G 4 

Laughrie Wade B 78 

Latzsch Wm B 63 

Lawrence Melvina A A 1G6 

Lawrence F. M A 394 

Lester Etta A 505 

Lewis Stephen A 464 

Linton Johnathan F A 370 

Long Thomas A 242 

Ix)ng John A 374 

Locks Ethel A 446 

Loomis Lucy A 593 

Lybarger J.Iary A 51 

Lyons Lillian A 555 

Lyons Joseph B 95 

Lynch F. A G 28 

Linville M. Emma H 21 

Mansfield Geo A 190 

Macdonald Mary A 3S0 

^lasten Sara Jane A 425 

Masten Joseph A A 429 

Masten Hezekiah A 711 

Majors • A 101 

Mayo Rosamond A 703 

Malott Minerva B 46 

Mason John W B 52 

Maloan Rogers C 41 

Malone Kate B 15 

Marshall Nancy H 5 

Martin Julia C 11 

Massie Willie G K 2 

Meyers Jacob A 48 

Meyers John A 65 

Meyers Elizabeth A 160 

Meyers Elsie M A 526 

Melton A 49 

Mease Laura A 336 

Mercer Caroline A 426 

Mercer E. K A 451 

Mckenzie A 103 

Mckenzie A 99 

McCoy A 394 

McBride James B A 698 

McCollister Margaret G 23 

McPheeley Anna A 741 



Miller Susan A 66 

Miller Mary A A 446 

Miller Ida A 465 

Miller Edward D A 597 

Miller Wm. H A 59S 

Milligan Aaron A 239 

Mills Martha A 445 

Mileham Laura A 697 

More Ann A 6 

I^Iorris Mary A 209 

Mookiby Martha A 2C0 

Morford Elizabeth A 261 

Morford Rachel A 261 

Morgan Clara A 495 

Mohler Dumont A 571 

Moore Margaret E B 21 

Moran Mary B 44 

Moore Melissa B B 62 

Mowry George B 407 

Morris Martha B 65 

Morris James E B 66 

Murphy Mary A 194 

Mathena Elizabeth 1. 1 

Nelson Marion A 49S 

Nelson Aaron A 503 

Nelson Bettie H 24 

Nichols Sarah A 278 

Nichols I. A A 490 

Olds Frank A 4 43 

Olds Edna A 761 

Orr Anna W A 364 

Osborn Wm A 75 

O'Conner J. R A 650 

Oviatt Silas A 69 

Patton Catherine A 285 

Payne Elias T A 325 

Parsons Grace A 334 

Pausch Willa S A 519 

Parks Martha C 9 

Paddison Dr. J. R E 56 

Parman Nancj' Arm F 21 

Passwater Mary G IS 

Peacock Adah A 750 

Perkins Nancy F IS 

Perkins F. M F 19 

Perkins Delia F 25 

Pinkston S. F C 27 

Phillips Frank B 43 

Phillips Ix)u E 46 

Phillips D. E G 29 

Planges Mary A 466 

Platenger Clyde B 83 

Pool Sarepta A A 311 

Porter David A ISO 

Potter Georgia E A 414 

Prentice Julia A 74 



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Pratt Daisy B 72 

Pratt Frank B 73 

Pride Henry B 7 

Pride Polly B 1 

Prior Richard A 39 

Putman Charity A 49 

Piirdy Jilelissa Jane A 398 

Pylo Paul M A 315 

Raughley Inez A 723 

Raygan J. S A 774 

Rawlings B. F A 2fi8 

Reed Margaret E A 208 

Bedford Austin A 734 

Risk Sarah !A 231 

Riley Ilrath M A 536 

Riley G. W L 4 

Rich Mary A 714 

Riddle Melissa A 766 

Riffle Mantle B 40 

Rieves Susan C 7 

Robeson Mary A 46 

Roberts Eva H 22 

Rogers Theresa A 30S 

Rogers John A 489 

Robinson Effie A 335 

Robinson Joshua B 48 

Robertson J. A A 508 

Robb Geo B 50 

Roberts Wesley B 56 

Rowe Louisa B 75 

Ross Elizabeth M B 8 

Sargeant Wm A 735 

Samuels John A 492 

Schoonover Nettie A 221 

Schlobohra John B 29 

Schwartz Lawrence A 557 

Scars Kate A 388 

Shatterly Frank A 552 

Shellhorn John A 70 

Shirtliff Hulda W A 81 

Shirtliff Lorin F A 234 

Showaltcr Delia A 402 

Shoemaker Lydia A 532 

Shea Catherine A 556 

Shrimplin Nettie A 638 

Sherwood Lilian A 719 

Shuttleworth Phoebe B 8 

Shuttleworth Cenith B 9 

Shuttleworth Joshua B 10 

Shuttleworth Philip B 13 

Shaw Ruth A 164 

Shaw A 294 

Siobert Lillie B 96 

Sims Eugenia A E 40 

Smith S. Pottinger A 68 

Smith Elizabeth A 90 



Smith Mary A 91 

Smith James A 428 

Smith Annia E A 431 

Smith Sarah J A 439 

Smith Nathan A 470 

Smith George A 709 

Smith Elva A 713 

Smith Alberta C 30 

Sister Mary T A 414 

Spindler Rachel A 191 

Sole Sarah B 67 

Sole Elizabeth B 65 

Sofaret D 7 

Snow Ethel C 36 

Snyder Wra G 17 

Stanley Almon F A 323 

Stanley Clara Louisa A 333 

Stagner Nancy B 33 

Stafford Robt E 29 

Steamer E 24 

Steavens Eliza A 80 

Stephens A 118 

Stevens A 2!0 

Stewart Cynthia A 158 

Stoffer Jacob A 170 

Stratton Norman A 249 

Stansberry S B 6 

Sylvester John A 4G1 

Studer Jas. B A 769 

Sparks Cora V 759 

Sute Nellie May A 319 

Sutton Dr. E. K B 94 

Texter Christina A 22 

Thomas Eli A 153 

Thompson Fred A 523 

Thompson Alice E A G19 

Tressell Mathias S A 193 

Troup Margaret A 411 

Trescott Walter A 516 

Tripett Caleb B 5 

Tripett Elizabeth B 13 

Trammell Dr. J. D C 10 

Townsend Jas A 70S 

Tyson Chas A 224 

L'lm Benjamin C- 16 

Vail Carrie A 447 

Vanatta John W B 77 

Vanhoy Jemima H 2 

Vickery Mary Ann A 211 

Vinden Nell A 734 

Vincent Wm. H B 36 

Vincent James K B 37 

Voss Sarah L E 32 

Waide James A 42 

Wals Joseph A 167 

Walters Ellen A 223 



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Walters IMary A 49S 

Walker Sarah E A 438 

Ward Mary A 864 

Welker Drnsilla A 162 

Wcidknecht Sophia A 187 

Wernatt Frank A 353 

Weaver Blanche B 15 

Weaver Mary L B 19 

Weaver Jefferson B 76 

Wheeler Eugene B 70 

White Sarah Ann A 73 

White James A 179 

White Margaret B A 210 

White Delia Ann A 346 

White Ann A 475 

White Nannie C 19 

White Margaret E A 702 

Whitlock A 86 

Whitford I?ebecca A 163 

Whitford Albert A 558 

Whittington Delana E 31 

Wiggins Cassie E 614 

Wood Mary E 379 

Wolason Clara E 415 

Woolridge C 8 



Willis Abigail A 41 

Willis Isaac a 151 

Willis Susan A 356 

Williams Nancy A 152 

Williams Samuel D A 3G9 

Wilson Delia Jane A 404 

Wilson Orvillo A 590 

Wilson Samuel a 771 

Wilson Elizabeth B 39 

Wilson Charles G 35 

Wilson Margaret A 210 

Wirt Mary Ann A 192 

Wix Susan A 212 

Wiles Emma A 5S6 

Wright O. T A 412 

Wright Theodore C 29 

Yates Sarah A 4 11 

Yates W. J A 755 

Yingling Clara E C 525 

Young Gertrude C 413 

Tocum Mary Ann Tj 2 

Zchrung Wesley G 15 

Zeigler Micheal A 440 

Zeigler Michael A 440 



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