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THE JACKSON JAMJLY 




A History of 



EPHRAIM JACKSON 



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Compiled and Published 

by 

Jesse Calvin Cross 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 

Printed in the United States of America 



1961 



CONTENTS 

Page 

First and Second Generations 1 

Third Generation 7 

Fourth Generation 16 

Fifth Generation 32 

Sixth Generation 57 

Seventh Generation 99 

Eighth Generation 165 

Ninth Generation 218 

Tenth Generation 287 

Eleventh Generation 339 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

Opposite 
page 

Home of Ephraim Jackson 6 

Home of Joseph Jackson 7 

Home of Samuel Jackson 22 

Plaque in the City of Morgantown, W. Va., in commemoration 

of the "Old Iron Works" founded by Samuel Jackson 23 

William Fleming Jackson, wife and son 78 

Joseph Martin Jackson and wife 79 

Daniel Robinson Jackson and family 94 

Marriage Certificate of Daniel Robinson Jackson and 
Rachel Gainer Martin 95 

Thursa J. (Jackson) Simmons and Minnie Vanona 

(Jackson) ProtZman 142 

Compass and Ruler, a gift by George Washington 

to Samuel Jackson 143 

Anna Lewis Wentworth 158 

Ephraim Banning Jackson and daughter Anna Mae 
Jackson (Farmer) Boynton 159 



IV 



PREFACE 



For several years the author has been interested in 
the history of his mother ♦s family. As long as he can 
remember, it has been claimed that our family were of the 
same ancestry as "Stonewall" Jackson of Civil War fame. 
This belief was quickly dispelled after making a trip to 
Charleston, W.Va. , to consult Dr. Roy Bird Cook the fore- 
most historian of "Stonewall" Jackson. An examination of 
his records disclosed there were no connecting links 
between "Stonewall's" ancestry and our lineage. 

The writer was told that two other members of our 
family had undertaken to trace the family history, and 
one of these, Homer Lee Simmons, had compiled consider- 
able materials, and had made a special trip to Washington, 
D.C. , to consult Robert H. Jackson, Associate Justice of 
the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Simmons died shortly 
after this interview and it is not known if they arrived 
at any conclusions. An effort was made to locate Mr. 
Simmons' work papers and was told they had been lost or 
destroyed. 

The preparation of a history of this character could 
not be undertaken without the aid of others. This assis- 
tance came from the descendants now living, many of them 
contributing the history for several members of their 
families, for which the author desires to express his 
gratitude for their kindness and cooperation. To those who 
are not descendants, we are especially indebted for their 
help and contributions, some of whom are: 

DR. ROY BIRD COOK, author of "The Family and Early Life 
of 'Stonewall' Jackson," for his assistance and informat- 
ion supplied concerning Samuel Jackson, "The Iron-Master 
of Cheat." Following his suggestion, the writer examined 
the manuscripts compiled by James R. Moreland, who had 
conducted an extensive study of the history of the Old 
Iron works on Cheat River and made his findings avail- 
able to the West Virginia University Library for histor- 
ical purposes. This led to new channels for further 
research. 

WILLIS G.TETRICK, Clarksburg, W.Va., who made avail- 
able the private genealogical records compiled by his 
father. 



BART ANDERSON, Director, and MISS DOROTHY LAPP, Sec- 
retary of Chester County Historical Society, West 
Chester, Penna. , who gave generously of their time and 
assistance, and supplied supplementary data from the 
Society's records for our history. 

MARY OGILVIE, Secretary, Department of Records of 
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of 
Friends, who made a complete search of the early records 
in her Department, for information concerning Ephraim 
Jackson's arrival into this country and his early activ- 
ities in the Society of Friends. 

WILLIAM A. MORELAND, for permission to use material 
taken from his father's unpublished manuscripts in the 
Library of West Virginia University of the "Old Iron 
Works on Cheat River." His letter reads: "Dad had infi- 
nite patience and derived a great pleasure from his 
historical research efforts and his reason for placing 
the fruits of his labor in the Library was to make it 
available to anyone interested. Please feel free to use 
any of the material that Dad collected in any beneficial 
way. " 



VI 

INTRODUCTION 



There are many families bearing the name of Jackson, 
whose ancestors came from England at different periods, 
but after making a thorough investigation the writer was 
unable to find any relationship existing, in this country, 
between Ephraim Jackson, our first ancestor, and other 
families of the same name. However, no claim is made that 
such relationship does not exist, since connecting-links 
may be found by a further search of records in England. 

We are unable to trace the line of ascent of our 
family lineage with any degree of accuracy beyond a 
limited period, but it may be said with confidence that 
our branch of the Jacksons is of English nationality or 
descent. Of our first ancestor, Ephraim Jackson, the 
first immigrant and head of this family, we have no know- 
ledge of his ancestry. Every possible effort has been 
made to learn the name of his parents but without suc- 
cess. We know he arrived in this country in December 
1684 with Jacob Hall of Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, 
and after residing here for twenty-five years the record 
is clear that he returned to Cheshire, England, on what 
appears to have been an extended visit. These circumstan- 
ces warrant the conclusion he made the trip to see his 
parents and other relatives, and perhaps the place of his 
birth or where he once lived. 

The Colony of Pennsylvania was founded by William 
Penn, a noted minister of the Society of Friends, and was 
then commonly known as "Penn Woods." William Penn was the 
son of a wealthy nobleman, and through his father's 
influence at court, he was able to obtain the king's con- 
sent for the establishment of a Quaker Colony in America. 
Ephraim Jackson, having arrived here two years after the 
Colony was founded indicates he may have left England to 
escape persecution and to be free to enjoy religious 
freedom. 

Since our first ancestor settled in the vicinity of 
Philadelphia and remained there during the rest of his 
life, most of the research for this history was conducted 
in the eastern part of Pennsylvania. The search of the 
records of Chester County Historical Society at West 
Chester, Penna. , produced valuable information of our 
early ancestry, and this was supplemented from data taken 



VII 



from the records on file in the courthouse of Chester 
County. Much time was spent at the Pennsylvania His- 
torical Society, Philadelphia, Penna. , and a complete 
examination of the microfilmed records was made at the 
Friends Historical Library at Swarthmore, Penna. Some 
work was conducted at the New York Historical Society; 
the Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ 
(Latter Day Saints), Salt Lake City, Utah, and the Los 
Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Each family history is intended to be complete in 
itself. This is deemed advisable even at the expense of 
the repetition of names and births, in order that each 
family may be clearly seen without the necessity of 
referring to the family of their parents to ascertain 
these particulars. 



HOW TO FIND YOURSELF AND YOUR ANCESTORS 

Turn to the index page and find your name. Having 
found your name and page number, turn to that page and 
you will find your name and identification number in the 
heading. The identification numbers directly beneath 
your name are reference numbers to enable you to find 
your ancestors back to the beginning. For instance, having 
found your name, the first number at the left beneath 
your name will refer you to your parents. Turn back to 
this number and again use the first number at the left 
beneath your parents' name to find your grandparents. 
Proceed in this manner until you arrive at the begin- 
ning of your first ancestor, Ephraim Jackson, 

The search of our ancestors and kin was started with 
a limited knowledge of our family history. It has taken 
three years of persistent effort to bring it to a com- 
pletion. The task was carried on with no expectation of 
compensation or reward, other than the satisfaction of 
preserving authenticated facts and details of the lives 
of our forefathers whose memory we desire to perpetuate. 
It has been a challenge and there were times when it 
seemed impossible to extend the history beyond a few 
generations. However, new clues and leads opened channels 
for further research of our early ancestry, that made it 
possible to compile in this volume our family history 
extending over a period of nearly 300 years. 



FIRST AND SECOND 
GENERATIONS 



l-EPHRAIM JACKSON 

Our first ancestor to come to this country was EPHRAIM 
JACKSON, who emigrated from England. The author has made 
an extensive search of available records and has con- 
cluded from circumstantial evidence and other related 
factors that our first ancestor was the Ephraim Jackson 
who first settled in Bucks County, Penna. , appearing in 
the Pennsylvania Magazine, Page 231 of Volume 9, under 
the title "A Partial List of Families Who Resided in 
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, prior to 1687, with their 
date of arrival," The following is quoted from this 
article, 

"Jacob Hall of Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, shoe- 
maker and Mary, his wife, arrived in Maryland the 3d of 
the 12th Mo, 1684, in the 'Friendship', of Liverpool, the 
Mr. Edmund Croston, and afterwards transported to this 
river, where his family arrived 28th 3d Mo. 1685, Children, 
Jacob, born the 8th 12th Mo. 1679, Sarah and Joseph, Ser- 
vant, Ephraim Jackson, to serve 4 years, and to have meat, 
drink, washing & lodging, and L6 per annum." 

It is certain that Ephraim Jackson returned to Che- 
shire, England, in 1709 on an extended trip for a visit 
and did not return until the early part of 1710. Upon his 
return he produced a certificate of attendance from 
Newton Monthly Meeting, Cheshire, England, which is rec- 
orded in the Providence Monthly Meeting, Chester County, 
Penna., and reads as follows: "Ephraim Jackson being 
returned from Great Britain and Produced a Certificate 
from Newton Monthly Meeting in Cheshire to the satisfac- 
tion of this meeting." 

The Falls Monthly Meeting, Bucks County, Penna., 
dated 5-3-1695 minutes contain the following: "Upon re- 
quest of Ephraim Jackson by Joshua Hoopes and Joseph 
Kirkbride to have a certificate of his conversation 
whilst amongst us and of his clearness in relation of 

(1) 



marriage, Wherefore it is agreed that Richard Hough 
and John Palmer do make inquiry concerning the same 
and account to the next meeting." The next meeting 
was held, 7-4-1695, and the minutes record the following: 
"A certificate concerning Ephraim Jackson clearness was 
Read and Signed, the Friends appointed to make inquiry- 
concerning him, having first reported to us that they 
find nothing but he is clear." 

Ephraim Jackson and Rachel Newlin were married at 
the Concord Monthly Meeting, 12-10-1695, the marriage 
ceremony being performed at the meeting held on the same 
date, immediately following the second reading of their 
intention of marriage. Rachel Newlin was born at Mount- 
mellick, Ireland, daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth 
Newlin, a prominent family who came here from Ireland. 

Ephraim Jackson was one of the twelve men selected 
to make an appraisal of twenty-five yards of land front- 
ing the Delaware River in Chichester Town. The deed 
bearing the date of the 24th day of Seventh month, 1694. 

Ephraim purchased 120 acres of land from Phillip 
Yarnall, which is recorded in Chester County Deed Book, 
page 397, the deed bearing the date of the Eight Day of 
the seventh month, 1696. In 1703 he purchased 228 acres 
of land in Middletown Township, Chester County, Penna. , 
which is recorded at Harrisburg, Penna., Ref-A2, Page 
520, patent by William Penn. (Note: This land is now in 
Delaware County, Penna.) 

There is recorded in the Court of Chester County, 
Penna., 1681-1697, page 329, "Jeremiah Collett the 
fiffteenth Day of the seventh month Anny Domi-1697. 
Assigned over the remainder of his sarvant Allixander 
Mackeenes Time to Ephraim Jackson before Jonathan Heyes, 
Justice of ye Peace." 

"Chester Quarterly Meeting Minutes of 1712 6mo 4 The 
Committee appointed by the last Q.M. , to inspect the 
Minutes, report they have done so and found few mistakes 
and have procured Ephraim Jackson to inscribe them into 
the new book, the Meeting him four pounds for his 
labour." This has been described to be beautifully and 
delicately written. Ephraim was well known for his excel- 
lent penmanship and many deeds, wills, marriages and 
legal documents written by him are still in existance, 

Ephraim Jackson had received a better education 
than usual for a person of his day. He held the position 



of Clerk of Chester Monthly Meeting of Friends, of 
which he was an exemplary member. He was employed in 
civil affairs, especially where good penmanship was 
needed and was a successful farmer and a man of sound 
business ability. In 1710 he represented Chester County 
in the Provincial Assembly. He was conscientiously 
opposed to selling rum to Indians and took a firm stand 
against this practice, and was one of the active civic- 
minded citizens who petitioned for a road to be built 
from Chester to Philadelphia. He was highly esteemed for 
his integrity, intelligence and accuracy of judgment. In 
all movements for the good of his community, he gave his 
warmest sympathies and support. He was repeatedly chosen 
clerk of the Monthly and Quarterly Meetings of the 
Society of Friends, and was a representative from Chester 
County in the Meeting of Ministers and Elders, Phila- 
delphia Yearly Meeting, 1725-1731. He reared seven child- 
ren to whom he gave advantages of education superior 
to those usually accorded in his day, and in all family 
affairs he was a pattern of a Christian gentleman. 

WILL OF EPHRAIM JACKSON 

The Eleventh Day of the Seventh month ( Called September) 
one Thousand Seven hundred & thirty two. I Ephraim 
Jackson of Edgmont in ye County of Chester in ye Prov- 
ince of Pensilvania yoeman being well stricken in Years 
and Calling to mind the mortality of my Body, and being 
of Perfect mind and memory Thanks be given to God there- 
fore: Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to 
•die. Do make & ordain this my last will and Testament: 
that is to say Principally & first of all I give & Rec- 
omend my Soul into ye hands of God that gave it; and for 
my Body I recomend it to the Earth to be buried in 
a Christian Like and Decent manner at the Descretion of 
my Executors hereinafter named. And as touching Such 
wordly Estate where with it hath pleased god to Bless me 
with in this life. I give Devise & Dispose of the Same 
in the following manner and form. Imprimis I give and 
Bequeath unto Rachel my Dearly Beloved wife the sum of 
one hundred & twenty five pounds of good & lawful money 
of Pensilvania to be levied & raised out of my Estate 
together with my best Bead Beding and all the furniture 
thereunto belonging or any wise appertaining, the 
warming pann and the box iron the ovel table & Cloth 



four napkins, two Chairs two Pewter Dishes, four Spoons 
two knives & forks, the Iron Pott that was her mothers, 
and the best Cow and mare, and the best Chest and Dress- 
ing Box. Item I give to my son John ten pounds. Item I 
give to my son Joseph ten pounds. Item I give to my son 
Nathaniel twenty Shillings and all the Book Debt that he 
oweth me. Item I give to my son Samuel ten pounds. Item 
I give to my son Ephraim twenty pounds. Item I give to my 
daughter Mary ten pounds and to her husband twenty Shill- 
ings. Item I give to my daughter Rachel ten pounds and 
twenty Shillings to her husband. Item I give to my son 
Nathan Thirty pounds all the said Legacies above men- 
tioned to be given, to be paid to my Executors herein- 
after named in Lawful 1 money of the County aforesaid in 
one year after my Decease. Item I give five pounds to my 
grand Daughter Elizabeth and five pounds to my grand son 
John to be paid when they Shall come to ye age of one and 
twenty years and my will is that when all my just Debts 
and my funeral 1 Expenses and Charge Shall be paid and Dis- 
charged and Legacies; what is above Shall be Equally 
Divided amongst all my Children that shall be living at 
my Decease: Except Elizabeth and John, and my will is 
that all my Just Debts and Funerall Charges Shall be 
first paid and Discharged and that my wife shall be next 
and all the Rest of the money can be Raised out of that 
little Estate I leave behind me. AND I do hereby consti- 
tute make and ordaine my Loving wife Rachel Jackson and 
my Loving friend William Hammon, of Upper Providence mill 
in the Said County of Chester province aforsaid if he 
shall be in these parts to be had if not then Evan Lewis 
of Newtown in the County aforesd. Yoeman; to be my only 
and Sole Executors of this my last will and testament. 
Giving to them Lawfull & absolute Power and authority to 
Sell all my Estate both Reall and pearsonall Except what 
is above Bequeathed and to make a lawfull title to the 
Same; and full power to receive and recover all money 
Due to me or to become Due. And I do hereby utterly 
Disallow, Revoake and Disannull all and every other form- 
er Testaments wills. Legacies and Executors, by me in 
any wise before this time named, willed and bequeathed, 
Rattifing & Confirming this and no other, to be my last 
will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto Set 
my hand & Seal the day and year above written, Signed, 
Published, Pronounced by the Said Ephraim Jackson as his 



last will and testament in the Presence of us the Sub- 
scribers Viz: 

Eph: Jackson 

Chester March 30th: 1733; -Memo of the above will was 
Produced before Joseph Parker, D.Reg, for the said 

County of ye and or ye hand and Seals 

of all persons interested in the same who acknowledged 
the Said will to be the hand writing of the Testator 
and give their assent that same Should be provd & 
received in the aforsaid office. 

J. Parker, D.Reg. 



Ephraim Jackson resided in Edgemont Township, Chester 
County, Penna, (Now Delaware County) 

BORN 
Ephraim Jackson 3- 1658 

Rachel (Newlin) Jackson ca-1674 



CHILDREN: ' 

2-John Jackson 
3-Joseph Jackson 
4-Joseph Jackson 
5-Nathaniel Jackson 
6-Josiah Jackson 
7-Samuel Jackson 
8-Ephraim Jackson 
9-Mary Jackson 
10-Rachel Jackson 

DECEASED: 

3-Joseph Jackson 
6-Josiah Jackson 
1-Ephraim Jackson 

Rachel (Newlin) Jackson 



1-26-1697 

6-19-1698 

7-13-1699 

6-17-1701 

11-20-1702 

12-13-1704 

11-17-1706 

4- 3-1708 

5-10-1710 

DIED 

9- 6-1698 

1_ 1-1714 

1-11-1733 

1742 




Signatures of Ephraim Jackson and other early settlers in 
Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Taken from the History of 
Delaware County, by George Smith. 



THIRD GENERATION 



2-JOHN JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp. , Delaware Co., Penna. Married, 
4-3-1719, Jane Swayne, born in England, daughter of 
Francis and Elizabeth (Milton) Swayne. Francis Swayne 
was the son of William Swayne of Wokingham, in the 
parish of Bienfield, Liberty of Wilts, Berkshire, 
England. He came to this country with William Penn and 
settled on a farm near Philadelphia, Penna. Francis 
died, 9-30-1721, leaving part of his estate to his 
daughter Jane. 

BORN 
John Jackson 1-26-1697 

Jane (Swayne) Jackson 3-28-1698 

CHILDREN : 

11-Elizabeth Jackson 2-25-1720 
12-John Jackson 



4-JOSEPH JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp. , Delaware Co. , Penna. His early 
life was spent on the farm with his father. 

He first married at the Providence Meeting House, 
7-18-1722, Hannah Pennell, daughter of Joseph and Alice 
(Garrett) Pennell. They settled in Londongrove Twp., 
Chester Co., Penna., after they were married. Joseph 
requested a certificate for himself and wife to be joyned 
to New Garden Monthly Meeting, which was approved and 
issued, 9-7-1722 and turned over to his father to send to 
him. Hannah died, 6-21-1728, shortly after giving birth 
to twins. Joseph married again, 2-18-1734, at the New 
Garden Monthly Meeting, Susanna Miller, born in New 
Garden Twp., Chester Co., daughter of John and Mary 
(Ignew) Miller. 

(7) 



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He acquired from John Jackson in 1722 a tract of 
land containing about 200 acres, situated in London- 
grove Twp,, Chester County, Penna. On June 15,1733 he 
purchased from Thomas Cox and wife Mary, 150 acres of 
land in the same tovmship. Later he bought another tract 
of land of 50 acres, formerly owned by Richard Bennett, 
and held under lease another 112 acres adjoining it. He 
built a Grist-mill about 1730/3 from which he built for 
himself a substantial business. 

In 1742 he built a commodious brick house, consis- 
ting of ten rooms, which has become one of the famous 
historical homes in eastern Pennsylvania. The bricks for 
building the walls were brought from England. On the 
north-west end, built of black brick, in the wall is the 
date 1742 in figures two feet long. The interior division 
walls are quite substantial, being eighteen inches thick, 
of solid brick. The east walls of the rooms are in some 
cases covered with fine hard wood paneling, and cup- 
boards and mantel shelves how very clearly that the 
carpenter of long ago was not afraid to rub a plane over 
the seasoned oak and ash. There is not so much as one 
cut nail in the whole house. The hinges on the doors, 
instead of being the neat affairs of to-day, are pond- 
erous wrought-iron bars, strong enough to resist the 
rust and wear of an eternity. The dining-room contains 
four windows, no two of which are of the same size. 

The ownership of this famous home has changed hands 
many times since it was first built. After the death of 
Joseph Jackson, his youngest son Samuel inherited it and 
it was held by him until 1775. Others owners, Lewis Pusey 
1775-1852; Daniel Pennington 1852-1871; Thomas and Wm.B. 
Harvey 1871-1911; Lewis Paschell 1911-1925 ; James and 
Rolland Hood 1925-1958. Willis E. Roberts acquired it by 
purchase October 8, 1958, and it is now (1960) his 
residence. He has made substantial improvements in the 
home, but has retained the paneling, fire-places and 
other original interior construction. 

WILL OF JOSEPH JACKSON 

To all People to whom this present Writing may come 
(be it known) that I Joseph Jackson of Londongrove, in 
the county of Chester & Province of Pennsylvania (Yeoman) 
being weak of Body but of Perfect mind and Memory, 
Thanks be given to God, Therefore calling to mind the 



Uncertainty of Time here on earth & the Usual course 
into which all, Mankind is subject, which is Mortality; 
& for Avoiding future Trouble have made this my last Will 
& Testament in manner as followeth: 

Imp — rs Or first of all, I resign my Spirit unto the 
Lord my Creator that gave it, & do order that my Body 
be decently Buried, & also that my just Debts & Funeral 
Charges be first paid & Discharged out of my personal 
Estate. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my Dear & Loving Wife 
Susanah, her Heirs & Assigns, all the Rents Issues 
& profits of my Lands with the Profits of my Mill 
Untill my sons herein after named comes of age to enjoy 
them (Provided she Remains my Widdow) but in case 
she should Mary or Decease before that Time, then it is 
my Will (that if Marry) one half of the Profits Arising 
from the Rent of my Lands & Mill, should go to my 
Aforementioned Wife to her Heirs & Assigns forever: 
and the other half of that Profits to be Divided 
amongst my Children Share & share alike, (Except my 
Daughter Rachel) And if my Wife Should Decease before 
Marriage; or before all my Children arrives of age, 
then it is my will, that the Profits Arising from my 
Lands & Mill as Afores. Should be Equally Divided bet- 
ween my Children Share & Share alike (Rachel only 
Excepted) Untill they come of Age each to enjoy their 
Respective Portions & parts thereof as by me hereafter 
Willed & Bequeathed; It being my Will that when a Son or 
Daughter or any of my Children comes of Age to enjoy 
their Portion or Legacies: that they shall not from 
Thenceforward have any claim to the profits of the 
Residue or my Afores. Lands and Mill, but that the same 
should go the Support of the Younger Children, 
untill they all (if he lives) come of Age each to 
enjoy their Portions & Legacies. 

I also give & Bequeath unto my Afores. Wife Two 
Hundred Pounds, Lawful Money of Pennsylvania, & Fifty 
Pounds more of like Money which I shall order my Son 
Samuel to pay unto her, Two Years after he arrives to 
the Age of Twenty one Years (Provided She Remains my 
Widdow & lives to that time) but in case She should 
Marry or Decease before that Time, Than it is my Will, 

that he shall be Wholy Exempt from paying 

Also it is my Will that the Children shall 



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not be charged for their bringing up while under age. 
Niether for Diet, Washing, Lodging, Apparel, nor learn- 
ing, and I do order that my Plantation be kept in good 
Repairs; The land not Cleared nor the Timber Destroyed, 
any more that what is Necessary for Repairing of Build- 
ings, of Fences & Fuel for the Fire, Untill my Sons 
comes of Age to Inherit them. 

Item I give & Bequeath unto my Soninlaw John Jordan, 
Three pounds Lawful Money Af ores . Item I give & 
Bequeath unto my Daughter Rachel Wife of John Jordan 
Afores. Two Hundred pounds lawful money Afores. Item 
I give & Bequeath unto my Son Ephraim One Hundred & 
Six Acres, of the North End of that Plantation which 
I purchased of John Jackson, as it now stands Divided of 
by a late Survey. Also one fourth part of my Mill, to 
him his Heirs & Assigns forever. Item I give & Bequeath 
unto my Son John, his Heirs & Assigns forever the Planta- 
tion that John Jordan new lives on (which formerly 
belonged to Richard Bennett) Containing by Estimation 
Fifty Acres be the same more or less Together with one 
Hundred & Twelve Acres of leased Land Adjoining it. As 
Also one Fourth part of my Mill, And One Hundred & Fifty 
Pounds Current money to him his Heirs & Assigns Forever. 
Item I give & Bequeath unto my Son Josiah the South end 
or Remainder of that Tract of Land which I purchased from 
John Jackson as afores.; as it now stands Divided from 
that which I Will'd to my Son Ephraim Also one fourth 
part of my Mill to him his Heirs & Assigns forever Item 
I give & bequeath unto my son Samuel his Heirs & Assigns 
forever this Plantation whereon I now Dwell, Contain- 
ing by Estimation One Hundred & Fifty Acres (Be the same 
more or less) together with the last of Remaining fourth 
part of my Mill, with the Appurtenances thereunto 
belonging, when he arrives to the Age of Twenty one 
Years. He paying Out of the Same, Seventy Pounds, Lawful 
Money Afores. to my daughter Sarah in one Year after he 
comes to the Age of Twenty one Years as Afores. And Fifty 
Pounds more of like Money to my Wife, in Two Years after 
he comes to the age Afores. (Provided She lives & Remains 
my Widdow) but if she should Mary or Decease before that 
time, then it is my Will, that he Shall be Wholy Exempt 
from paying the Sum of Fifty Pounds as Afores. Item I 
give & Bequeath Unto my Soninlaw, James Jackson, Three 



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pounds Lawful Money Afores. Item I give & Bequeath unto 
my Daughter Mary, Wife of James Jackson Afores. the Sum 
of Sixty pounds Current money Afores. Item I give & 
Bequeath unto my Daughter Hannah One Hundred & Twenty 
Pounds Current money Afores. within one year after my 
Decease. 

Item- I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Susanah One 
Hundred & Twenty Pounds Lawful money Afores. when she 
arives to the Eighteenth Year of her Age. Item I give & 
bequeath unto my Daughter Alice One Hundred & Twenty 
pounds Lawful Money Afores. when She Arives to the 
Eighteenth year of her Age. Item I give & Bequeath unto 
my Daughter Sarah, One Hundred & Forty pounds Lawful 
Money Afores. Viz; Seventy pounds when she arives to the 
Eighteenth Year of her age. And Seventy Pounds that I 
have ordered my Son Samuel , to pay unto her in one year 
after he is of Age as aforesaid. 

AND if my Estate Should fall Short in paying the Debts 
& Legacies Above mentioned, my Will is that there Should 
be a Deduction out of each Legacies-Share, equally 
Proportionable to the sum bequeathed, AND if it should 
happen that there be Overplus, after paying the Debts 
& Legacies afores. my Will is & I order that it shall be 
Divided between my Wife & her own Children share & share 
alike, my Daughter Rachel Excepted. And if any one or 
more of my Children Should Dye, before he thee or they 
may come of Age, my Will is that their Shares so Dying 
should be Divided between my Wife & Surviving Children 
Share & Share alike, my Daughter Rachel Excepted. 

LASTLY I nominate Constitute & Appoint my Dear & 
well Beloved Wife Susanah Afores. & my much Esteemed 
fr. & near Neighbour Samuel Morton, Whole & Sole Exc'rs 
to this My Will & I do hereby Renounce & Utterly make 
Void all other & former Will or Wills, by me heretofore 
made. Declaring this & not other to be my last Will & 
Testament According to the true Intent & meaning thereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & 

Seal-this Fifth Day of the Ninth Month in the 

Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred & Sixty. 

Signed Sealed Published & Declared by the said 

Joseph Jackson to his last Will & Testment 

in the presence of us Joseph Jackson 



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Richard Flower 
James Willson 
Isaac Jackson 



Joseph Jackson Will 
Proved 15th December 1760 
Recorded Book D page 294 



Chester December 15th, 1760. Then personally appeared 
Richard Flower and James Willson and on their solemn 
Affirmations according to Law did solemnly sincerely and 
truly declare and affirm that they were personally 
present and did see and hear Joseph Jackson the Testator 
above named Sign, Seal, Publish, Pronounce & Declare the 
foregoing Writing to be his last Will & Testament, and 
that at the Being thereof he was of sound mind and memory 
to the best of their understandings, and also that their 
names thereunto Subscribed as Witnesses were of their own 
proper handwriting respectively. Affirmed Before Henry H. 
Graham d.Reg. 

4-JOSEPH JACKSON 
(1) 



FIRST MARRIAGE 
Joseph Jackson 
Hannah (Pennell) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

13-Ephraim Jackson 
14-Rachel Jackson 
15-Alice Jackson 
16-Joseph Jackson, Jr. 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Susanna (Miller) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

17-Ephraim Jackson 
18- John Jackson 
19-Mary Jackson 
20-Josiah Jackson 
^' 21-Hannah Jackson 
22-Susanna Jackson 
23-Alice Jackson 
24-Sarah Jackson 
25-Samuel Jackson 



BORN 
7-13-1699 
11_ 4-1702 

6-19-1723 

10-11-1726 

3-26-1728 

3-26-1728 



1712 

3-27-1735 
7-11-1736 
3-27-1738 

11- 8-1739 
7-27-1741 
7- 7-1743 

12- 1-1745 
2- 6-1748 
1-15-1750 



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DECEASED DIED 

IS-Ephraim Jackson 12-16-1733 

15-Alice Jackson 10-21-1740 

16-Joseph Jackson, Jr. 3-26-1728 

Hannah (Pennell) Jackson 6-21-1728 

4-Joseph Jackson, 1760 

Susanna (Miller) Jackson 1767 



5-NATHANIEL JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Penna. , 6-17-1701. 
It is believed that Nathaniel was never married. The 
only information concerning him appears in the Chester 
Monthly Meeting records and his father's will. The Month- 
ly Meeting held at Providence, October 30,1728, minutes 
briefly states, "Middletown Friends' acq^uaint this Meet- 
ing that Nathaniel Jackson has gone out of the County." 
He was mentioned in his father's will of September 7, 
1732. The last report of him appears in the Chester 
Monthly Meeting, dated November 25,1741, which indicates 
he was living with his mother at the old homestead. His 
mother was then seriously ill and died a few months later, 



7 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Penna. Married, 
3-15-1728, at the New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester 
County, Penna. , Ann Johnson, daughter of Robert and 
Margaret Johnson. Samuel and Ann moved to Leacock Twp. , 
Lancaster Co., Penna. The records of the Orphans' Court 
in Lancaster County show that Samuel died intestate 
in 1748, leaving six children. His widow, Ann, married 
for her second husband, 4- 2-1752, John Scarlet. 

BORN 
Samuel Jackson 12-13-1704 
Ann (Johnson) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

26-Caleb Jackson 

27-Josiah Jackson 3- 5-1732 



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28-Rachel Jackson 12- 3-1734 

29-Samuel Jackson, Jr. 

30-Margaret Jackson 

31-Isaac Jackson 

32-Joseph Jackson 

DECEASED: DIED 

7-Samuel Jackson 1748 

28-Rachel Jackson (Died prior to 1748) 



8-EPHRAIM JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. Married, 9-21- 
1733, Mary Register, born in Edgemont Twp, Delaware., 
Co. , Pa. , daughter of David Register. 

In 1895 appeared in the Local News section of a 
Philadelphia paper the following: "A marriage certi- 
ficate, preserved for 162 years of the wedding in 1733 
of Ephraim Jackson and Mary Register, has been brought 
to light. A box of old papers, including several patents 
to land grants by William Penn and his sons, that were 
preserved with great care by the late John Evans Jackson, 
have come into possession of his son Joseph M. Jackson 
of Joanna. Among the most interesting relics is a well 
preserved marriage certificate of his great-grandfather, 
Ephraim Jackson, who was joined in holy matrimony in 
1733." They were married in the Middletwon Monthly Meet- 
ing House. 

Ephraim Jackson acquired 138 acres of land, December 
28.1735, from William Bostock, in the township of Thorn- 
bury, now in Delaware Co., Penna. 

BORN 
Ephraim Jackson 11-17-1706 
Mary (Register) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

33-David Jackson 3-21-1738 

34-Ann Jackson 

35-Thomas Jackson 

36-Mary Jackson 



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9-MARY JACKSON 
(1) 

Married, 9-5-1729, Benjamin Johnson. 

BORN 
Mary (Jackson) Johnson 4- 3-1708 
Benjamin Johnson 

10-RACHEL JACKSON 
(1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Penna. Married, 
8-1^-1731, at the Middletown Monthly Meeting, to 
Nathan Yarnall, born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., 
Penna., son of Phillip and Dorothy (Baker) Yarnall. 

Resided in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Penna. 

BORN 
Rachel (Jackson) Yarnall 5-10-1710 

Nathan Yarnall 12-27-1707 

CHILDREN : 

37-Ephraim Yarnall 5- 6-1733 

38-Nathan Yarnall, Jr. 4- 2-1736 

39-Benjamin Yarnall 4- 5-1738 

40-John Yarnall 12- 8-1739 

41-Edith Yarnall 3-13-1743 

42-Joel Yarnall 6-15-1745 

43-Samuel Yarnall 3-29-1748 

DECEASED: DIED 

10-Rachel (Jackson) Yarnall 2-11-1749 

42-Joel Yarnall 3-20-1768 



FOURTH GENERATION 



11 -ELIZABETH JACKSON 
(2,1) 

Married, 10-24-1741, John Wilson. They had at least one 
child. 

BORN 
Elizabeth (Jackson) Wilson 2-25-1720 
John Wilson 

CHILD: 

44-Ephraim Wilson 



14-RACHEL JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
4-18-1747, John Jordan, son of John Jordan, of Berks 
Co., Penna. They resided near West Grove, Penna. 

BORN 
Rachel (Jackson) Jordan 10-11-1726 
John Jordan 



17-EPHRAIM JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp,, Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
11-26-1760, Tacy Thompson, daughter of Jane Thompson, of 
Londonderry. They were married at the Londongrove Meet- 
ing. Resided near West Grove, Penna. 

BORN 
Ephraim Jackson 3-27-1735 
Tacy (Thompson) Jackson 

(16) 



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18- JOHN JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. , 7-11-1736. 
A few scattered records are all the information found 
concerning John Jackson. It is known he lived near West 
Grove, Chester Co., Penna,, and that he had worked with 
his father. He inherited by his father's will, dated 
September 5,1760, fifty acres of land, which had form- 
erly been purchased by his father from Richard Bennett, 
and also had been given the rights and privileges in one 
hundred- twelve acres of leased land adjoining it. He 
inherited one-fourth interest in the water operated Corn 
or Grist-mill, Subsequently he purchased the one-fourth 
interest in the mill held by his brother Josiah, and the 
one-fourth interest held by his brother Ephraim, On March 
11,1775, he conveyed his full interest in the Grist-mill 
to his brother Samuel. 



19 -MARY JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp,, Chester Co,, Penna, Married at 

New Garden Monthly Meeting, 6-19-1760, James Jackson, 
born in Lodongrove Twp,, Chester Co., Penna., son of 
William and Katherine (Miller) Jackson. They resided at 
Mill Creek Hundred, Del. 

BORN 

Mary (Jackson) Jackson 3-27-1738 

James Jackson 11- 3-1736 

CHILDREN: 

45-Lydia Jackson 8- 8-1761 

46-Katherine Jackson 4-18-1763 

47-Susanna Jackson 4-18-1763 

48-Mary Jackson 5-31-1765 

49-Ephraim Jackson 12- 3-1766 

50-Sarah Jackson 11-16-1768 

51-James Jackson 6-18-1771 

52-Josiah Jackson 1-17-1773 

53-Alice Jackson 5-26-1775 

54-Thomas Jackson 5-28-1777 



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DECEASED: DIED 

48-Mary Jackson 2- 2-1766 

50-Sarah Jackson 3-29-1772 

19-Mary (Jackson) Jackson 8-30-1812 

James Jackson 4-11-1817 

They are buried at Hockessin, Del. 



2Q-J0SIAH JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna. , 11-8-1739, 
He received from his father's will the south end of the 
land which his father had purchased from John Jackson 
and also one-fourth interest in his father's Grist-mill, 
Josiah later conveyed his interest in the Grist-mill to 
his brother John, No other record available. 



21 -HANNAH JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
5-13-1762, Isaac Jackson, born in same Township, son of 
William and Katherine (Miller) Jackson. 

Isaac Jackson lived on a farm in New Garden Township, 
bought for him by his father at the time of his marriage. 
He was a clock maker by trade. One of the first clocks 
made by him was a regulator without striking-attachments. 

He lived near the Maryland line, and was frequently 
called upon when free negroes were captured on false 
pretenses. On such occasions he was involved in consider- 
able personal danger, as the claimants were generally 
armed, vindictive, and very often desperate. His efforts 
in many cases were effective, and many secured their 
freedom. His home was, for many years, a refuge for those 
who were escaping from slavery. He labored, in conjunc- 
tion with others, to induce the Yearly Meeting of Friends 
in Philadelphia to take steps for the emancipation of all 
slaves held by members of the Society. Isaac visited the 
owners of more than eleven hundred slaves, and most of 
them agreed to take measures for freeing their slaves. 

They resided in New Garden Township, Chester Co. , 
Penna. , where all of their children were born. 



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Hannah (Jackson) Jackson 
Isaac Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

55-Joseph Jackson 
56-WillLam Jackson 
57-Mary Jackson 
58-Hannah Jackson 
59-Catherine Jackson (1) 
60-Catherine Jackson (2) 
61-Susanna Jackson 
62-Isaac Jackson 
63-Phoebe Jackson 
64-AlLce Jackson 
65-Rebecca Jackson 
66-Samuel Jackson 

DECEASED: 

59-Catherine Jackson (1) 
21-Hannah (Jackson) Jackson 
Isaac Jackson 



BORN 
7-27-1741 

7- 2-1734 

2-13-1763 

8- 1-1764 
2- 8-1766 

12-13-1767 
12-27-1769 
8-22-1771 
10-23-1773 
10- 1-1775 

7- 9-1777 
6-23-1779 

12-13-1781 

8- 3-1788 

DIED 
7-24-1771 
5- 5-1806 
6-27-1807 



22-SUSANNA JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna, Married 
at New Garden Monthly Meeting, 12-22-1768, to John 
Jackson, son of John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 



Susanna (Jackson) Jackson 
John Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

67-Rachel Jackson 
68-Sarah Jackson 
69-Alice Jackson 
70-Susanna Jackson 
71-John Jackson, Jr. 
72-Joseph Jackson 
73-Samuel Jackson 
74-Thomas Jackson 



BORN 

7- 7-1743 
11-16-1746 

9-15-1769 
4- 3-1771 
9- 3-1773 
7-27-1775 
11-13-1777 
3-25-1779 
6-20-1782 
5-15-1788 



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DECEASED: DIED 

69-Alice Jackson 6-30-1776 

John Jackson 1- 1-1795 



24- SARAH JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married 
at New Garden Monthly Meeting, 12-18-1776, to Josiah 
Lamborn, son of Robert and Sarah Lamborn. 

BORN 
Sarah (Jackson) Lamborn 2- 6-1748 
Josiah Lamborn 



25-SAMUEL JACKSON 
(4,1) 

Born in Londongrove Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
11-21-1771, Rebecca Dixon, born in New Garden Twp., 
Chester Co., Penna., daughter of John and Rebecca (Cox) 
Dixon. 

His father died in 1760, and willed to Samuel 
the 150-acre farm on which he resided and the histor- 
ical brick mansion he had built in 1742 and all other 
buildings thereon, and one-fourth interest in his grist- 
mill. Samuel's mother died in 1767 and four years later, 
at twenty-one years of age, he came into possession of 
the property. Samuel acquired the three-fourths interest 
in the grist-mill held by his brother John, added to his 
operations a saw-mill, and carried on the business, 
being more successful than his father. 

Samuel was an aggressive person with good judgment, 
always looking ahead for better opportunities, and con- 
ceived the idea it would be better to move westward. 
His father-in-law, John Dixon, who had lived in the same 
vicinity, left Chester County in 1770, settling on the 
Monongahelia River in Fayette Co., Virginia, (Now Penna.) 
near what was known as Redstone. This may have influen- 
ced Samuel to dispose of his property in Chester County 
He found a buyer and on October 14,1775, sold to Lewis 
Pusey and wife the homestead including the 150 acres of 
land and the grist and saw-mills, for the sum of 1,200 



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pounds . 

Satnuel moved to Fayette County in 1775. He 
acquired by deed dated May 22, 1777, from Jesse Martin 
of Westmoreland County, Penna. , 300 acres of land 
situated at the mouth of Redstone Creek, for a consid- 
eration of 200 pounds. This land had been known as 
"Martin's Folly" now in Jefferson Twp, , Fayette Co., 
Penna. He built a log-cabin at the mouth of Redstone 
and lived in it until 1785, when he built a substantial 
mansion and resided there until his death in 1818. The 
300 acres of land acquired from Jesse Martin was 
orginally owned by William Jacobs, who it is said had 
lived there as early as 1761. He was driven out by the 
Indians, but returned later and applied for a survey 
of his land, April 24,1769. He then sold it to Prior 
Theobald and Lawrence Harrison on June 2,1769. Harrison 
transferred his right to Theobald, July 10,1769. On 
April 5,1776, Theobald deeded the property to Jesse 
Martin. The land was patented by Samuel Jackson Feb. 
7, 1789, 

On September 1,1781, Samuel Jackson requested 
certificates for themselves and children, Samuel, Jr., 
John, Nathan and Susanna, from New Garden Monthly Meet- 
ing to Hopewell, Va. , (now Penna.) being the nearest 
Monthly Meeting from their residence. Rumors had reached 
the members at New Garden of Samuel's engagements in 
many enterprises and business-undertakings. They appoin- 
ted a committee to visit him respecting his manner and 
motives. The committee found it to be satisfactory and 
the certificate was issued October 6,1781. 

Samuel Jackson was one of the most conspicuous 
figures in Fayette County's early history. He was a 
business man of large and liberal enterprises that 
made him famous in his day. As time progressed he 
expanded his business. He was a millwright and built 
near his home at the mouth of Redstone Creek a saw- 
mill, grist-mill and oil-mill. He engaged likewise to 
a considerable extent in the building of flat-boats. 
There was a lively demand from emigrants coming over the 
Burd ' s road to the river, who desired to move on to the 
lower country. The crafts were in size large enough to 
carry a family, their household goods and provisions. 
While his customers waited for the construction of their 
boat, Jackson furnished them with entertainment at his 



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home for a week or so. 

In addition to operating a large farm, mills, and 
other enterprises, he operated a General Store in Browns- 
ville, Penna. He contracted for and built bridges. He 
bought and sold real estate. He was a director and stock- 
holder in the Monongahela Bank in Brownsville. He 
owned stock in the Clarksville Manufacturing Company. 

FIRST PAPER-MILL BUILT WEST OF THE ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS 

In 1791 Jonathan Sharpless, a blacksmith and general 
mechanic living in Chester County, Penna., made a visit 
to see relatives in Fayette County, who resided near 
Samuel Jackson. While there he became acquainted with 
Jackson and made frequent visits to see him. On one 
occasion they discussed the need of a paper-mill west 
of the Allegheny Mountains. This led to an agreement 
to build such a mill upon Redstone Creek, on land owned 
by Jackson. 

It was estimated it would cost about $3,000.00 to 
build and supply the equipment for the plant. Sharpless 
returned home to raise $1,500.00, the same being his 
share or one-half of the capital necessary to start the 
proposed enterprise. He contacted another firm manufactu- 
ring paper in Chester County, to obtain some practical 
knowledge of the business before embarking on their 
new venture, for neither of them knew anything of the 
details of paper-manufacture. Sharpless found the work 
of raising $1,500.00 a slow process. However, within 
two years he had accumulated this amount, and in 1793 
he set out with his family for the west, prepared to 
build the paper-mill. 

The completion of the mill-building, tenement- 
houses for mill-hands, and a small grist-mill was not 
effected until 1796, in which year the mill was start- 
ed and the first paper made. 

In the Pittsburgh Gazette of June 24, 1797, appear- 
ed the following: "This paper is made in the Western 
country. It is with great pleasure we present to the 
public the Pittsburgh Gazette, printed on paper made by 
Messrs. Jackson & Sharpless on Redstone Creek, in Fay- 
ette County. Writing-paper, all kinds and qualities, as 
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is of great importance to the inhabitants of the country, 
not only because it will be cheaper than that which is 
brought across the mountains, but it will keep a large 
sum of money in the country which is yearly sent out 
for the article. " 

When Sharpless found that upwards of $6,000.00 had 
been spent in the building of the paper-mill and attach- 
ments, instead of the $3,000.00 estimated cost, he was 
somewhat nervous over the great outlay and feared a pro- 
fitless result, especially as Jackson had furnished the 
bulk of the capital and held everything in his name, al- 
though Sharpless was ostensibly a half-partner. The sit- 
uation worried Sharpless, for not only all of his money 
but money belonging to his wife had been put into the 
affair without any writings to show that he had any 
claim whatever. Added to that was the information that 
Mr. Jackson was a sharp dealer and likely to ignore his 
partner's claims enta.rely, in view of the fact that there 
was no written evidence of them. But Mr. Jackson was 
the soul of honor in all his transactions with Sharpless, 
and in 1798 gave him a clear and unquestionable title 
to one-half of the business, the property, and the pro- 
fits. 

" The Iron Master of Cheat " 

It was known that iron ore in quantities existed 
along the Cheat River, in the mountains, known as "Cheat 
Neck" in Monongalia County, near Morgantown, W.Va. 
(then Virginia). Samual Jackson, one of the progressive 
business-men of his day, realized the need for and the 
scarcity of iron products, moved into the area, and 
commenced to do business. About 1800, he built a log- 
dam and mill on the flat just below the "Oaks," not far 
from the eastern end of the present Cheat River Bridge, 
at what was known as "Ice's Ferry." Samuel advertised 
as early as May 1804 that he would exchange bar-iron 
for cash, grain, or other country products. 

James Gillespie conveyed to Samuel Jackson 40 
acres of land, of which 38 acres was bottom-land. On 
April 6,1809, John Ramsey sold to Samuel Jackson two 
tracts of land along Cheat River, for $4,000.00. One 
of these tracts of 388 acres Ramsey had patented in 



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1806. It was on the Gillespie tract of water-rights and 
shore-line that Jackson built his first forge, and made 
nails by hand. 

It has been said that several tons of nails and 
pig-iron from Jackson's Iron Works were shipped by boat 
or dug-out canoe down the River to Pittsburgh, and up 
the Beaver River, then portaged across to Lake Erie, 
where it was used by Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the 
naval hero, in the construction of his squadron of 
snail vessels. That squadron headed by the "Lawrence" 
and "Niagara" gave and excellent account of itself in the 
famous battle of Lake Erie, on September 15,1813, when 
Commodore Perry sent the laconic message, "We have met 
the enemy and they are ours." There was a certain 
amount of iron used in the construction of the vessels 
and for the use of manufacturing the cannons and the 
cannon-balls, which were effective in winning the battle. 
Most of this iron had to be obtained from the few blast- 
furnaces west of the Allegheny Mountains, It is also said 
that iron from Jackson's Iron Works was shipped by 
boat down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers for General 
Andrew Jackson, for use in making cannon-balls for his 
army in his great victory over the British on January 
8,1815, at New Orleans. 

SAMUEL JACKSON'S WILL. 

In the name of God Amen, I Samuel Jackson of the 
township of Washington Fayette County and State of 
Pennsylvania being now exceedingly weak in body but 
of sound and disposing mind and memory Do make and ordain 
this my last will and Testament. First it is my will and 
desire and I order it so to be done that all my just 
debts and funeral be duly satisfied as soon as conven- 
ient after my decease. Item I give and bequeath my 
beloved wife Rebecca Jackson the mansion house in which 
we resided together with the Lands attached thereto 
within the following boundaries. Beginning on the South 
east side of Redstone Creek at the place and adjoining 
where Lynns line Crosses the same and five perches from 
the edge of Low water mark of said Creek thence down 
said Creek with the meanders to its mouth thence 
crossing the mouth of said Creek to a large maple tree 
near a spring on the north east side of the creek 



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thense in a strait line to a young shell bark hickory 
the first one from the Corner of the lane fence thence 
along the road towards Chads Chalfants unill it strikes 
Chalfants line with all the improvements and previleges 
of the water power during her natural life. Item I like- 
wise bequeath unto my beloved wife in addition to the 
above bequest the sum of five thousand dollars in Cash 
or current Bank notes to be paid by my excutors as 
follows Viz One thousand dollars as soon as possible 
after my decease and the remainder to be paid in yearly 
instalments of five hundred dollars each to commence two 
years after my decease. Item I likewise give and bequeath 
unto my beloved wife in addition to the above four horses 
four cows twelve sheep ten hogs and all the poultry 
belonging to us at the time of my decease together with 
all the house hold and kitchen furniture of what kind 
soever of which I may die possessed. Item I give and be- 
queath unto my sons John and Samuel all the land begin- 
ning near the North east side of the mouth of Redstone 
Creek at a large Maple tree and thence running with 
and adjoining the line of the above bequest to my wife 
through the medow and orchard untill_ it strikes a young 
shell Bark hickory the same that is already designated 
in the first Item thence all the Land which lies on the 
North west side of the road going to Chads Chalfants the 
same being my Glass works property also all the Lands 
from within five rods to the South east side of Redstone 
creek to the Borough lines of Brownsville supposed to 
contain one hundred acres also two hundred acres of land 
called the pumpkin patch purchased as the property of 
Richard Noble also 30 acres of river bottom in Washing- 
ton County and opposite the dwelling house of my son John. 
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sussannah 
Updegraff wife of James Updegraff the sum of four thou- 
sand dollars in full of her portion to be paid by my 
executors to her or her heirs in yearly payments of one 
thousand dollars each after my decease. Item I give and 
bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Jackson (after the 
death of her mother) in fee simple of all the mansion 
house and lands with the a pur tenances there on as is 
prescribed in the bequest to her mother also the sum 
of two thousand dollars in Cash one half of which to be 
paid by my executors as soon she may want it and as soon 
as possible after my decease the other half to be paid in 



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two years after my decease. Item I give and bequeath to 
my son Josiah Jackson and my daughter Ruth Dixon wife 
of Henry Dixon all my land and other property in Monon- 
galia County Virginia consisting of Forge Slitting and 
Rolling mill Grist and saw mill with sundry other 
improvements provided never the less that they jointly 
and severally pay or cause to be paid into the hands of 
my executors the sum of one thousand dollars pr annum 
for the space of eleven years to be by them appropriated 
as shall hereafter be mentioned. Item I give and bequeath 
to my son Jesse Jackson the whole of my interest in the 
paper mill on Redstone Creek as well as my interest that 
I may have had in capital stock furnished him at the time 
he took possession thereof together with all the real 
property I may die possessed of in the Borough of Browns- 
ville also one thousand and fifty acres of Land in 
Harrison County Virginia. Item it is my will and 
desire and I order it so to be done by my executors that 
as soon as possible after my death they make sale of the 
plantation I purchased of Barrick Brashear into cash and 
appropriate the proceeds thereof towards finishing the 
Glass work establishment already progressing and like- 
wise and the they make sale of all the surplus stock 
and farming implements and out of the proceeds to the 
sale pay my daughter Rebecca five hundred dollars. It 
is my will and desire that the stock I hold in the 
Monongahela Bank of Brownsville and my stock in the 
Clarksville Manufacturing company shall after my decease 
belong and I do hereby bequeath the same to my sons 
John and Samuals they making themselves answerable and 
paying the dower herein given to my wife and the ball- 
ance of the Legacy herein granted to my daughter Rebecca. 
Item my will and desire is and I order it so to be done 
that my executors receive annually one thousand dollars 
(as in herein mentioned and expressed) from my son Josiah 
and my son in law Henry Dixon for the space of five years 
which sum as soon as may be after its reception shall be 
by them paid over to my daughter Susannah or her heirs. 
The remaining six thousand dollars as it becomes due I 
bequeath to my sons John and Samuel in order to compen- 
sate them for making advances of monies to pay debts 
that I may owe and to enable them more effectually to 
complete their Glass manufactory. 

Item I hereby authorize and empower my executors 
to make sale of any real property that I may die possessed 



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of make proper deeds of conveyance for the same not 
herein enumerated and divide the proceeds amongst 
all my children equally share and share alike. Lastly 
I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my sons 
John Jackson and Samuel Jackson executors of this my 
last will and Testament. Signed sealed and acknowledged 
this 27th day of May one thousand eight hundred and 
seventeen. 

Samuel Jackson (Seal) 



House built in 1785, described in 
Samuel Jackson's will as the 
" Mansion House " 

It is a substantial eleven-room house built at 
the mouth of Redstone Creek, near Brownsville, Fayette 
Co., Penna. The foundation was constructed of stone 
quarried from his own land. The joists, framework 
and other wood-work are of oak lumber construction, all 
being hand-cut and taken from timber on his farm. The 
joists and framework are joined together with wood pegs. 
The only nails used in the construction of the home 
were hand-wrought nails used in the flooring. A round 
stoned-lined water-well, twenty-one feet in depth 
was dug by Samuel Jackson, and is still in use furnishing 
an abundant supply of water for the home. 

After the death of Samuel Jackson in 1818, his wife 
continued to live in the house until her death (about 
1820), at which time his daughter Rebecca inherited the 
"Mansion House," and certain lands bequeather to her 
as provided in Samuel's will. Rebecca married in 1823, 
Joseph Bailey, a widower with three sons. They lived in 
the mansion house until about 1844, when they moved 
to Greene Co. , Penna. , leaving the homestead and mill- 
property to Eli J. Bailey, Joseph's eldest son. He lived 
there until his death in 1897, leaving the homestead to 
his only son Joseph J. Bailey. Joseph died in 1939 and 
left the mansion house and other buildings, including 
157 acres of land, to his great-grandson, Joseph Bailey 
Forsyth, the present (1960) owner, who has made consider- 
able improvements in the home, but has retained most 
of the original interior construction. 



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25-SAMUEL JACKSON 



Oi~T) 



Samuel Jackson 

Rebecca (Dixon) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

75-Samuel Jackson, Jr, 
76-John Jackson 
77-Joseph Jackson 
78-Nathaniel Jackson 
79-Susannah Jackson 
80-Rebecca Jackson 
81-Josiah Jackson 
82-Ruth Jackson 
83-Jesse Jackson 
84-A son 



BORN 

1-15-1750 
12- 8-1752 



5-14-1773 
10-18-1774 
10- 7-1776 
3-11-1779 
3-15-1781 
3- 9-1783 
5- 3-1785 
8-13-1787 
5-14-1793 
3-14-1795 



DECEASED: DIED 

84-A son (Believed to have died at birth) 3-14-1795 

25-Saniuel Jackson 7- 1-1818 

Rebecca (Dixon) Jackson ca-1820 



29 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(7,1) 

Born in Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
12-23-1761, Mary Scarlett, daughter of John Scarlett. 
Samuel was called the "Hatter of Reading." He was the 
manufacturer of hats at Reading, where he founded 
a substantial firm which was carried on for many 
generations by his decendants. 



Residence, Reading, Penna. 

Samuel Jackson, Jr. 
Mary (Scarlett) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

85-Elizabeth Jackson 
86-Samuel Jackson III 
87-John Jackson 
88- Ann Jackson 
89-Mary Jackson 



BORN 



11-13-1762 
1-21-1765 

12-22-1766 
6-21-1769 
9-26-1771 



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90-Margaret Jackson 
91-Josiah Jackson 
92-Joseph Jackson 
93-William Jackson 
94-Isaac Jackson 
95-Joseph Jackson 

DECEASED: 

85-Elizabeth Jackson 
88-Ann Jackson 
90-Margaret Jackson 
92-Joseph. Jackson 

Mary (Scarlett) Jackson 



5-22-1774 
9-20-1775 
7-18-1778 
5-30-1780 
12- 2-1785 

5- 5-1786 

DIED 
8-12-1764 
3-31-1771 
10-10-1774 

6- 8-1779 
10- 9-1823 



32-JOSEPH JACKSON 
(7,1) 

Born in Leacock Twp. , Lancaster Co. , Penna, He moved to 
Caenarvon Twp. , Berks Co. , Penna, , where he continued to 
reside. He married, 4-28-1791, Mary Bonsall, born at the 
same place, daughter of Edward and Hannah Bonsall. 

Joseph was a mason by trade, Ann Scarlett, aunt of 
Mary Bonsall, still living in her 96th year (1875), said 
she knew Joseph Jackson well, and that he was a mason by 
trade and built their house in Robenson. 



BORN 



Joseph Jackson 

Mary (Bonsall) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

9 6-Ann Jackson 

97-Edward B. Jackson 

98-Samuel Jackson 

99-Bonsall Jackson 
100-Hannah Jackson 
101-Joseph Jackson, Jr. 
102-Sarah Evans Jackson 
103-Benjamin Sharpless Jackson 
104-Josiah Jackson 
105-Edward Jackson 

DECEASED: 

96-Ann Jackson 



11-12-1777 

11- 7-1792 

12- 8-1793 
10-22-1795 

1_ 7-1798 
10-17-1799 

2-11-1802 

5- 6-1804 
10- 3-1806 
11-11-1809 

3-20-1813 

DIED 
4- 6-1796 



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97-Edward B. Jackson ^- 6-1796 

99-Bonsall Jackson 1-10-1800 

Mary (Bonsall) Jackson 1850 



33-DAVID JACKSON 
(8,1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. Married Eliza- 
beth Morris, daughter of David Morris. 

BORN 

David Jackson 3-21-1738 

Elizabeth (Morris) Jackson ^- 1-17A-5 

CHILDREN: 

106-Jane Jackson 6-13-1770 

107-Mary Jackson 5-29-1772 

108-David Jackson, Jr. 3- 8-1775 

109-Ephraim Jackson 9-29-1778 

110-Isaac Jackson 6-29-1781 

Ill-William Jackson 12-16-1783 

112-Eleanor Jackson 8- 3-1786 

DECEASED: DIED 

33-David Jackson 1-18-1813 

Elizabeth (Morris) Jackson 3-20-1824 



36-MARY JACKSON 
(8,1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp,, Delaware Co., Pa. Married William 
Cooper. 

BORN 

Mary (Jackson) Cooper 

William Cooper 

CHILD: 

113-Hannah Cooper 

DECEASED: DIED 

36-Mary (Jackson) Cooper 12-17-1834 



41-EDITH YARNALL 
(10,1) 



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Born in Edgemont Twp. , Delaware Co., Penna. Married, 
12-15-1768, Joshua Sharpies, born in same township. 
They were married at the Middletown Monthly Meeting 
of the Society of Friends. 

BORJ^ 
Edith (Yarnall) Sharpies 3-13-1743 

Joshua Sharpies 12-28-1746 



CHILDREN : 

114-Benjamin Sharpies 
115-Rachel Sharpies 
116-Nathan Sharpies 
117-Martha Sharpies 
118-Edith Sharpies 
119-Joshua Sharpies, Jr. 
120-Isaac Sharpies 
121-Eli Sharpies 

DECEASED: 

121-Eli Sharpies 
41-Edith (Yarnall) Sharpies 
Joshua Sharpies 



8-24-1769 
5- 3-1771 

12-18-1772 
4-27-1775 
6-15-1777 
8-12-1779 
9-28-1781 

12- 3-1783 

DIED 
9-12-1784 
1-18-1787 
9-21-1826 



FIFTH GENERATION 



44-EPHRAIM WILSON 
(11,2,1) 

Married 10-16-1776, Elizabeth Johnson 

Ephraim Wilson 

Elizabeth (Johnson) Wilson 



BORN 



CHILD: 

122-Lydia Wilson 2-16-1794 



45-LYDIA JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 

Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del, Married, 6-30-1779, 
John Phillips, son of William and Mary Phillips, of 
Hockessin, Del. John Phillips died in 93rd year of 
his age. 

BORN 

Lydia (Jackson) Phillips 8- 8-1761 

John Phillips 1^52 

CHILDREN: 

123-Mahlon Phillips 7-27-1780 

124-William Phillips 10-25-1785 

125-Deborah Phillips 2-10-1789 

126-Sarah Phillips 6- 5-1791 

127-Isaac Phillips 2- 6-1794 

128-Josiah Phillips 3-17-1796 

129-John J. Phillips 11- 2-1802 

DECEASED: DIED 

126-Sarah Phillips 1-10-1792 

128-Josiah Phillips 6- 2-1798 

45-Lydia (Jackson) Phillips 10- 2-1843 

John Phillips 1- 5-1846 

(32) 



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47-SUSANNA JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 

Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, 10-24-1798, 
Thomas Hollingsworth, son of Thomas Hollingsworth, of 
Centre, Del. No children. 



Susanna (Jackson) Hollingsworth 
Thomas Hollingsworth 

DECEASED: 

47-Susanna (Jackson) Hollingsworth 
Thomas Hollingsworth 



BORN 
4-18-1763 
10-31-1756 

DIED 
12-12-1802 
4- 2-1834 



49-EPHRAIM JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 

Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, 1786, 
Elizabeth Hollingsworth. 



Ephraim Jackson 

Elizabeth (Hollingsworth) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

130-Susanna Jackson 
131-Martha Jackson 
132-Miller Jackson 
133-Haines Jackson 
134-Sarah M. Jackson 
135-Lydia Jackson 

DECEASED: 

132-Miller Jackson 

Elizabeth (Hollingsworth) Jackson 
49-Ephraim Jackson 



BORN 
12- 3-1766 
12-25-1767 

3-17-1787 
12-25-1789 
6- 5-1793 
6- 9-1797 
1-12-1801 
11-23-1804 

DIED 
10-30-1808 
6-13-1839 
3-31-1843 



51 -JAMES JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 

Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, 5-27-1795, 
Ann Cooper , daughter of John and Rebecca Cooper , of 
Sadsbury, Lancaster Co. , Penna. They resided in W. 
Nottingham, Md. 



3^■ 



James Jackson 

Ann (Cooper) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

136-Rebecca Jackson 
137-John C. Jackson 
138-Lydia P. Jackson 
139-William Miller Jackson 
140-Mary Ann Jackson 
141-Jeremiah Jackson 
142-James M. Jackson 
lii-3-Alice W. Jackson 

DECEASED: 

136-Rebecca Jackson 
139-William Miller Jackson 
51-James Jackson 

Ann (Cooper) Jackson 



BORN 
6-18-1771 
4-14-1775 



5-20-1796 
7-25-1797 

10-30-1798 
4-24-1801 
8-22-1803 

12-24-1804 
9-28-1807 
9-25-1814 

DIED 

1836 

6-12-1803 

2-24-1835 

1-20-1850 



52-JOSIAH JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 

Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, 1-30-1799, 
Mary Sharpless, born in Christiana Hundred, Del., 
daughter of Caleb and Ruhaney (Jordan) Sharpless. 
Removed from Kennett Monthly Meeting to Nottingham, 
1800; returned to Kennett, 1812. 

BORN 
Josiah Jackson 1-17-1773 

Mary (Sharpless) Jackson 8-26-1774 



CHILDREN: 

144-Edith Jackson 

145-Mary Jackson 

146-Caleb Sharpless Jackson 

147-James Jackson 
148-William S. Jackson 
149-Ruhaney Jackson 

DECEASED: 

52-Josiah Jackson 

Mary (Sharpless) Jackson 



11-23-1799 
8-28-1801 
3-23-1803 
4-16-1805 
3-23-1808 
4-13-1810 

DIED 
3-26-1817 
3_18-1844 



55-ALICE JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 



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Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, 3-11-1813, 
for her first husband, Stephen Wilson, son of James 
and Amy Wilson. For her second husband, she married, 
1-14-1830, Jesse Chandler, son of Jesse and Martha 
Chandler, of Centre, Del, Alice was an approved min- 
ister in the Society of Friends. No children by sec- 
ond marriage. 

BORN 
Alice (Jackson) (Wilson) Chandler 5-26-1775 
Stephen Wilson 9-30-1762 
Jesse Chandler 



CHILD : 

150-Josiah Wilson 

DECEASED: 

Stephen Wilson 
Jesse Chandler 
53-Alice (Jackson) (Wilson) Chandler 



8- 9-1817 

DIED 
8-23-1820 
3-14-1850 
12-13-1856 



54-THOMAS JACKSON 
(19,4,1) 



Born at Mill Creek Hundred, Del. Married, ca-1815, 
Jane Greasly Griffith, daughter of John and Rachel 
(Greasly) Griffith, of Quakertown, Penna. 

BORN 
Thomas Jackson 5-28-1777 

Jane Greasly (Griffith) Jackson 7- 2-1784 



CHILDREN : 

151-James C. Jackson 
152-John G. Jackson 

DECEASED: 

Jane Greasly (Griffith) Jackson 
54-Thomas Jackson 



7-13-1816 
9- 8-1818 

DIED 
7-20-1853 
3-18-1861 



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55-JOSEPH JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Pa. Married for 
his first wife, 2-27-1794, Gulielma Maria Waters, 
daughter of Samuel Waters, of Prince Georges Co., Md, 
No children. He married for his second wife, 1-18-1816, 
Rachel Plummer, daughter of Yate and Art ridge Plummer, 
of Frederick Co., Md. 



FIRST MARRIAGE 
Joseph Jackson 
Gulielma Maria (Waters) Jackson 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Rachel (Plummer) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

153-Richard P. Jackson 
154-Isaac Lewis Jackson 
155-Artridge P. Jackson 
156-Hannah Rebecca Jackson 
157-Rachel Ann Jackson 

DECEASED: 

Gulielma Maria (Waters) Jackson 
154-Isaac Lewis Jackson 
156- Hannah Rebecca Jackson 
157-Rachel Ann Jackson 
55-Joseph Jackson 

Rachel (Plummer) Jackson 



BORN 
2-13-1763 



11- 6-1816 
3-17-1818 
6-14-1820 
8-15-1822 
8-18-1825 

DIED 
11- 1-1815 
10-17-1820 
3-25-1823 
3-25-1840 
5-21-1831 
5-20-1858 



56-WILLIAM JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Pa. Married, 9- 
29-1803, Phebe Townsend, daughter of Henry and Anne 
(Wright) Townsend, of Oyster Bay, Long Island N.Y. 
Henry Townsend is lineally Descended from Henry Town- 
send, who settled at Oyster Bay in 1661, and they 
are children of the 5th Henry in the line of descent. 
Their Grandfather (the 4th Henry) married Elizabeth 
Titus, represented as a "beautiful Quakeress." They 
had seven children, one of whom, named Peter, was 
successfully employed in the manufacture of iron, and 



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made the chain that was stretched across the North 
River in the Revolution. 

In the autumn of 1785 William Jackson went to 
Redstone, Fayette Co., Pa. to visit his uncle Samuel 
Jackson. He remained there four years, engaged in the 
fulling of cloth and the manufacture of flour-the 
last two years in partnership with the proprietor of 
the mill, Rees Cadwallader. In 1789 he returned to New 
Garden, where he remained nearly a year. In 1793, he 
engaged in the manufacture of flour, with Micajah Crew 
as a partner, about twenty-five miles from Richmond, 
Va. The partnership terminated, and he then rented a 
flour-mill in Cornwall, Orange Co., N.Y, He was there 
about three years, after which he removed to the neigh- 
boring village of Canterbury and engaged in "Store- 
keeping" where he remained until his death. 

BORN 
William Jackson 8- 1-1764 

Phebe (Townsend) Jackson 6- 2-1768 



CHILDREN: 

158-Isaac W. Jackson 
159-William Jackson, Jr. 

DECEASED: 

56-William Jackson 

Phebe (Towsend) Jackson 



8-29-1804 
3-10-1810 

DIED 
1- 4-1821 
12- 2-1859 



5 8 -HANNAH JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. She was 
never married. 

In June 1798, she went to reside among the Indians 
in the Oneida settlement, western New York, to assist 
in their civilization under the auspices of the Yearly 
Meeting of Friends in Philadelphia, and continued at 
the several Indian settlements, laboring for the good 
of the natives for fifteen years. 

Hannah was born 12-13-1767, died 12-5-1845, and was 
buried at New Garden Cemetery, Chester Co. , Penna. 



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60-CATHERINE JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 

Born in New Garden Twp, , Chester Co. , Penna. Married, 
11-14-1793, Jesse Pugh, son of Joshua and Hannah Pugh, 
of E. Nottingham, Chester Co., Penna. 

They moved to Alexandria, Va. , soon after marriage. 
After the death of her husband, Catherine moved to 
Philadelphia to live with her brother Isaac and died 
there. 

BORN 
Catherine (Jackson) Pugh 8-22-1771 
Jesse Pugh 

CHILDREN: 

160-Isaac Pugh 
161-Hannah Pugh 
162-Mary Pugh 
163-Isaac Pugh 
164-Sarah Pugh 
165-David Pugh 

DECEASED: 

160-Isaac Pugh 
161-Hannah Pugh 
162-Mary Pugh 
165-David Pugh 
Jesse Pugh 
60-Catherine (Jackson) Pugh 



11- 5-1794 

10- 1-1796 

1-21-1798 

10-24-1799 

10- 6-1800 
1-14-1803 

DIED 
8-24-1797 

11- 6-1796 
7-16-1798 
7-13-1803 
9-28-1803 
8-28-1851 



61 -SUSANNA JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Pa. Married, 1796 , 
Emmor Kimber. 

Emmor Kimber was a highly esteemed minister. In 
1818 he established in Chester County, the "Kimberton 
Boarding School for Girls" which for thirty years 
was conducted, with the assistance of his richly en- 
dowed wife and daughters, on advance and liberal 
principles, attracting pupils from many parts of the 
country. 



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Susanna (Jackson) Kimber 
Emmor Kimber 

CHILDREN: 

166-Anna Kimber 
167-Isaac Kimber 
168-William Kimber 
169-Samuel Kimber 
170-Abby Kimber 
171-Mary Kimber 
172-Susanna Kimber 
173-Emmor J. Kimber 
174-Martha Kimber 
175-Henry Kimber 
176-Gertrude Kimber 

DECEASED: 

Emmor Kimber 
61-Susanna (Jackson) Kimber 





BORN 


0- 


-23-1773 




1798 




1799 




1801 




1803 




1804 




1807 




1809 




1811 




1812 




1814 


6- 


-14-1816 




DIED 


9- 


- 1-1850 


7- 


-10-1854 



6 2 -ISAAC JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 

Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Penna. , 10-1- 
1775, died 11-5-1855. He was never married. He resided 
in Wilmington, Delaware, where he was engaged in 
business, but later moved to Philadelphia, Penna. His 
sister Hannah, on her return from the Indian settle- 
ment, resided with him as a member of the family. Sub- 
sequently, his sisters, Catherine and Phobe joined him. 
After the death of Emmor Kimber, his sister Susanna 
also went to reside with him. The sisters all died as 
a member of his family, in his home, he having sur- 
vived all of them. Samuel and Rebecca lived in the 
same city at the time of their decease. The average 
length of the lives of the seven was about 80 years. 
Isaac died at the age of 80 years, in Philadelphia, Penna, 



63-PHOEBE JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Penna., 7-9-1777 



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She was never married. She resided at Wilmington Del 
and later in Philadelphia, with her brother, Isaac, 
where she died 4-10-1854. 



64-ALICE JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 

Born in New Garden Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
5_9_1799^ at New Garden Monthly Meeting, Enoch Lewis, 
son of Evan and Jane Lewis, of Radnor, Delaware County, 
Penna. 

Alice was a lady of rare endowments, an admirable 
speaker, and a gifted minister. It was said of her by 
a literary critic; "Her fluency and command of language 
were extraordinary. I never knew her to utter a sentence, 
either in public speaking, or in social conversation, 
that I could mend." 

A gentleman who knew her well once said of her; 
"she could not enter a retail store to buy a yard of 
tape, without leaving the impression that she was a 
superior woman. She had a fine face, the features 
being of a Grecian mould, and a tall and handsome 
form; and her carriage was queenly in dignity and 
self-command. She was universally admired for the 
grace of her person, and honored, loved and revered 
for the graces of her mind and the qualities of her 
heart. Her society was attractive alike to the old and 
the young, the grave and the gay, the witty and the wise: 
there was a genial glow in her conversation, a warmth 
and tenderness, that could not fail to interest even the 
dullest intellect, and to touch the coldest heart. In 
her large household, including the pupils of her 
husband's boarding-school, she was regarded as a 
mother, sister, friend, and confidential adviser, to 
whom every one might look when counsel, sympathy, ot 
kindly care was needed, and in whose ready resources and 
tender appliances there were relief for every trouble, 
and balm for every wound. Judge Haines, who was one 
of those pupils, a short time before his decease, re- 
marked of her " the love we scholars had for her 
amounted to enthusiasm. I never knew a woman whom I 
so delighted to please, and whom I so dreaded to offend. 
The fear of forfeiting her good opinion was an ever- 



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present restraint upon me, and I believe every boy 
in the school felt more or less the same way," 

They first resided at Westtovm and later moved 
to New Garden, Chester County, Penna. 

BORN 
Alice (Jackson) Lewis 6-23-1779 

Enoch Lewis 1-29-1776 



CHILDREN: 

177-A son 

178-Joseph J. Lewis 
179-Hannah J. Lewis 
180-Sarah J. Lewis 
181 -Evan J. Lewis 
182-Enoch J. Lewis 
183-William J. Lewis 

DECEASED: 

177-A son 
181-Evan J. Lewis 
182-Enoch J. Lewis 
64-Alice (Jackson) Lewis 



3- 1800 
10- 5-1801 
10-26-1803 
6-10-1806 
5-11-1808 
5-12-1810 
k- 4-1812 

DIED 

3- 1800 

7-16-1810 

8-13-1813 

12-15-1813 



6 5 -REBECCA JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
10-30-1811, Charles Allen, son of Joseph and Jane Allen. 



Rebecca (Jackson) Allen 
Charles Allen 

CHILDREN: 

184-Joshua M. Allen 
185-Hannah Allen 
186-Sarah Allen 
187-Mary Allen 
188-Elizabeth Allen 
189-Charles J, Allen 

DECEASED : 

184-Joshua M. Allen 
65-Rebecca (Jackson) Allen 



BORN 
12-13-1781 



8-30-1812 
9-22-1814 
7-20-1816 
8-29-1818 
9-29-1820 
12-17-1822 

DIED 
1-30-1829 
11-19-1860 



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6 6 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(21,4,1) 

Born in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
11-3-1813, Elizabeth C. Barker, only child of William 
and Elizabeth Barker, of Philadelphia. 

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, 
receiving the M.D. degree. He settled at Northumberland, 
Penna. , where he enjoyed a large medical practice In 
later years he lived in Philadelphia, and was designYfed 
as "Dr. Jackson of Northumberland" to distinguish him 
from Prof. Samuel Jackson of the University, as they 
bore the same name, and both were eminent in their 
profession. 

BORN 
Samuel Jackson 8- 3-1788 
Elizabeth C. (Barker) Jackson 



CHILDREN : 

190-Mary Elizabeth Jackson 
191-Elizabeth Jackson 
192-Anna Jackson 
1:93-William Arthur Jackson 
194-Francis Aristides Jackson 



3-21-1821 
7-16-1823 
7-22-1825 
7-16-1828 
3-20-1830 



DECEASED: 

191-Elizabeth Jackson 
66-Samuel Jackson 



DIED 
4- 8-1857 
12-17-1869 



7 5 -SAMUEL JACKSON, JR. 
(25,4,1) 



Born in Lodongrove Twp., Chester Co., Penna., 5-14- 
1773. The early history of Samuel is not fully disclosed. 
It appears from letters and other records that he 
worked with his father, engaged in many business 
ventures. The will of his father conveyed certain lands 
at the mouth of Redstone Creek to him and his brother 
John, on which they had started to build the Albany 
Glass-Plant. The plant was to be owned and operated by 
Samuel and his brother John, but soon thereafter John 
moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, to act as ageny or jobber 
for his brother Josiah. As a result of this change of 



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plans, the Albany Glass-Plant, upon completion, was 
operated by Samuel and his brother Jesse. The glass- 
plant made common window-pane glass. They employed 
about fifty men. They also built and operated a 
company store for the convenience of their employees 
and built for them a score or more of tenement-houses. 
The glass plant was operated by the two brothers for a 
number of years. The plant changed ownership many times 
before it was discontinued in 1865. 

In 1836 Samuel and his brother Jesse and family 
left Fayette County, Penna. , and settled near Ottawa, 
111., on the Fox River. Samuel went ahead of his brother 
and built a home for Jesse and family and had it ready 
for them to occupy when they arrived later in the spring 
of 1836. They operated a grist and saw-mill. Samuel was 
never married. 



7 6- JOHN JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Bom in Lodongrove Township, Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
5-28-1800, at the Fallowfield Monthly Meeting, Anna 
Hough, born in Washington County, Penna. , daughter of 
Amos and Elizabeth Hough. 

John Jackson resided on the land of his father 
at the mouth of Redstone Creek for a number of years 
after his marriage. He worked for his father in many 
business enterprises. John and his brother Samuel 
Jr., were appointed Executors of his will. John inher- 
ited a part of his father's land at the mouth of Red- 
stone Creek, also stock of the Monongahela Bank at 
Brownsville and stock in the Clarksville Manufacturing 
Company. In 1820 he moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where 
he set up an office to serve as agent or jobber for his 
brother Josiah, and sold nails and iron products 
produced by the Jackson Iron Works on the Cheat River, 
near Morgantown, W. Va. 

BORN 
John Jackson 10-18-1774 
Anna (Hough) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

195-Amos Hough Jackson 2-22-1801 



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196-Elizabeth Jackson 4-29-1803 

197-Rebecca Jackson 5- 1-1805 

198-Samuel Jackson 11- 8-1807 

199-Joseph Jackson 12- 2-1809 

200-Thomas Hough Jackson 8-30-1812 

201-Mary Jackson 3-20-1815 

202-Amanda Jackson 9-10-1819 



77 -JOSEPH JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co. , 
Penna. , 10-7-1776. A few scattered records are all 
the information found concerning Joseph Jackson, 
The minutes of the Redstone Monthly Meeting, April 
7, 1806, disclose he had married, but date of marr- 
iage and name of wife were omitted. The deed books 
of Fayette County, Penna. , show an assignment of lots 
by Samuel Jackson to Joseph Jackson which reads: "the 
whole of his interest in real property within the 
Borough of Brownsville. This was recorded and compared 
June 12, 1820." 



78 -NATHANIEL JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Bom at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., Penna., 
3-11-1779. The lack of information indicates Nathaniel 
may have died in childhood. His name appeared on certifi- 
cate of transfer of membership from New Garden Monthly 
Meeting to Hopewell, Va. , (now Penna.) Oct, 6-1781. He 
was then two years old. 



79-SUSANNAH JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co, , Penna, 
Married, ca-1803, James Updegraff. 

James Updegraff was associated with his brother- 
in-law! John Jackson in the operation of the old Plea- 
sant Furnace on the Cheat River, near Morgantown,W. Va. 



45 

It appears he was associated with the Jacksons in other 
operations in the Cheat mining venture. This assocation 
led to a bitterly fought lawsuit. 

BORN 
Susannah (Jackson) Updegraff 3-15-1781 

James Updegraff 



80-REBECCA JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette County, 
Penna. Married, 1-21-1823, Joseph Bailey, born near 
Brownsville, Penna. , son of Eli and Ruth (Taylor) 
Bailey. Joseph was a widower, having married for his 
first wife Martha Jane Lee and they had three sons: 
Eli J. Bailey, born in 1814, Johnson Bailey and Joseph 
Taylor Bailey. 

Rebecca Inherited by the will of her father the 
mill property and the old homestead after the death of 
her mother. In 1820 she built a new grist-mill to 
replace the one built by her father which was burned 
down with the oil-mill before his death. The mill she 
built was enlarged by Eli J. Bailey in 1844, and carried 
on by him until 1865, when the dam gave way, and since 
then it has remained idle. 

They lived in the "Mansion House" built by her 
father in 1785, until about 1844 when they moved to 
Greene County, Penna. , leaving the mill property and 
homestead to Eli J. Bailey, Joseph's eldest son. No. 
children. 

BORN 
Rebecca (Jackson) Bailey 3- 9-1783 

Joseph Bailey 2-20-1778 

DECEASED: DIED 

Joseph Bailey 2-17-1851 



81-JOSIAH JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Morton's history of Prestpn County, W. Va. 



46 

states "Josiah Jackson was a college graduate who 
practised medicine fifteen years at the mouth of 
Redstone in Fayette County, before going into the 
iron-smelting business at Ice's Ferry." The author 
was unable to learn the source of this information, 
however, he did have the opportunity to examine 
Josiah's books of account and other records kept by 
him, and found they conformed to good accounting- 
practice and methods, indicating he had received an 
education superior to that usually accorded in his 
day. 

His father died in 1818, and under his will, 
Josiah and his sister Ruth Dixon, inherited all of 
their father's land and other improvements and pro- 
perities in Monongalia County, W.Va., including the 
Jackson Iron Works, rolling-mill, grist-mill, saw- 
mill and sundry other improvements. A provision in 
the will required Josiah and his sister to pay to the 
Executors of the estate one thousand dollars per 
annum for eleven years. In 1824 his sister, Ruth 
Dixon, conveyed all her interest therein to her brother 
Josiah, 

Josiah moved from Redstone, Fayette Co. , Penna. , 
to Ice's Ferry, on the Cheat River, Monongalia Co., W. 
Va., (then Virginia) about 1818, and took over the 
operation of the Jackson Iron Works. The properties 
were operated under his supervision until Feb. 25, 
1830 when he rented the Iron Works to Lazier, Lamb & 
Bayard Co. , and in 1832 to Leonard Lamb and William 
Cans & Co., and in 1835 Josiah again operated it for a 
short period. 

In 1822, he put in a cutting-mill and made what 
was known as cut-nails. The nail industry until this 
time depended on hand-wrought nails which was slow 
and expensive. He got his pig-iron from the Davis 
or Pleasant Furnace, and bought considerable pig-iron 
from Spring Hill and other furnaces in near-by Penn- 
sylvania. The installation of the first cutting-machine 
for the manufacture of nails in 1822 was an occasion 
for celebration. It was a great event in the local 
history and a procession marched through the town of 
Morgantown, making nails as it went along, and the red 
hot nails were dropped in the streets to be picked up 
later as souvenirs. 



47 

Josiah also cast some stoves and did a thriving 
business in sundry iron products. He continued in the 
iron business until 1836, enlarging the plant and doing 
a larger business than his father. In addition to his 
mining and smel ting-plants, he had a grist-mill, saw- 
mill, the nail-mill, wagon-shops, a brick-yard and a 
large merchandise store. They were all located at or 
near the eastern end of Ice's Ferry or just below 
it near "The Oaks." During his ownership the works 
saw their most prosperous days. He employed not fewer 
than 1,200 men in his various operations, supporting 
a community of about 3,000 people, in close proximity 
to his plants. They had macadamized streets and a sys- 
tem of water-works which supplied water for the homes 
and plant-operations, which came from a reservoir in 
the mountains near-by. The dam or reservoir was made 
of logs and earth thrown across a small stream coming 
down from the mountains. 

On April 1, 1836, Josiah Jackson conveyed by sale to 
John Tassey, Samuel Church, John Bissell, William 
Morrison and Leonard Lamb, for a consideration of 
$25,000.00, the Samuel Canby tract of land of 1000 
acres which he had bought in 1818, along with 17 other 
tracts, aggregating well over 5,000 acres, the grist- 
mill, the nail-mill, splitting-mill, houses, Wind- 
grove Furnace and other properties. 

After disposing of the Jackson Iron Works, 
Josiah continued to live on Cheat River at Water Forge, 
near his former operations. He operated a general 
Merchandise store at Water Forge for several years, 
before he retired and moved near Morgantown, W.Va., to 
a place known as Haney's hill into a home owned by his 
brother-in-law, John Roger Fleming. He died there at 
79 years of age, and was buried in the Fleming Ceme- 
tery. After his death, his wife Verlinda, lived with 
her son Daniel at Kingwood, where she died and was 
buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 

Josiah first married, ca 1809, Sarah (Sally) 
McCartney. Sarah died in 1834 and he then married, 
8-23-1835, Verlinda Robey Fleming, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Nancy (Donaldson) Fleming. 

Verlinda Robey Fleming is a descendant of Arch- 
ibald Fleming, who came to the United States from 
Scotland and settled in Delaware. Her grandfather 
is John Fleming, born in Sussex County, Delaware, 



48 

12-22-1761. He came to West Virginia and settled in 
Monongalia County. He married Mary Hamilton, daughter 
of William and Ruth Hamilton. Mary was born June 6,1770. 
John Fleming was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, 
and was in the battle of Brandywine and other engage- 
ments. 

BORN 

Josiah Jackson 5- 3-1785 

Sarah (McCartney) Jackson 1-23-1791 

CHILDREN: 

203-Juliann Jackson 2- 9-1810 

204-Benjamin Franklin Jackson 3- 4-1811 

205-Marian Jackson 2- 3-1812 

206-Rebecca Jackson 3- 3-1813 

207-Samuel Jackson 8-21-1814 

208-Elizabeth Jackson 9-15-1815 

209-John Jackson 4-24-1817 

210-Joseph Martin Jackson 2-21-1819 

211-Manerva Jackson 5-13-1820 

212-Infant-daughter 6- 2-1821 

213-Ephraim Martin Jackson 4-22-1823 

214-Infant 1824 

215-Josiah G.W.A. Jackson 5-25-1827 

216-Jesse Dixon Jackson 4-24-1828 

217-Sarah Elma Jackson 5-12-1829 

218-Amanda Malvina Jackson 3-28-1831 

219-Susan Jackson 4-22-1832 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Verlinda Robey (Fleming) Jackson 2-28-1816 

CHILDREN: 

220-William Fleming Jackson 7- 2-1836 

221-James Donaldson Jackson 7- 8-1838 

222-Infant 12- 5-1840 

223-Henry E. Jackson 2- 4-1842 

224-Robert W. Playford Jackson 4- 8-1844 

225-Daniel Robinson Jackson 7- 9-1847 

226-Ann Louisa Jackson 10-31-1849 

227-John Rogers Jackson 5-15-1852 

228-Mary Isabel Jackson 11-14-1854 

229-Grove Chadwick Jackson 12-13-1858 



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DECEASED: DIED 

212-Infant-daughter 6- 2-1821 

214-Infant 1824 

219-Susan Jackson 9- 9-1834 

Sarah (McCartney) Jackson 11-24-1834 

222-Infant 12- 5-1840 

226-Ann Louisa Jackson 8-16-1851 

227-John Rogers Jackson 10-31-1858 

81-Josiah Jackson 5- 4-1864 

Verlinda Robey (Fleming) Jackson 10-11-1878 



8 2 -RUTH JACKSON 



(25,4,1) 



Bom at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Married November 1808, Henry Dixon. 

Ruth inherited by the will of her father, jointly 
with her brother Josiah, all of the land, iron works, 
mills and sundry improvements in Monongalia Co. , 
(Virginia) now W. Va. In 1824 she conveyed her interest 
to her brother Josiah Jackson. 

BORN 
Ruth (Jackson) Dixon 8-13-1787 
Henry Dixon 



83-JESSE JACKSON 
(25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Near Browns- 
ville, Penna. Married, 4-20-1815, Elizabeth Sharpless, 
born at the same place, daughter of Jonathan Sharp- 
less. Jonathan Sharpless died January 20,1860, at the 
age of nineth-two. 

At the death of his father, 1818, Jesse inherited 
and became the sole owner of the paper-mill business. 
Shortly thereafter his brother-in-law, Samuel Sharp- 
less, became associated with him as partner in the 
firm. In 1822 he sold his interest in the paper-mill 
to William Sharpless and Job Harvey. Jesse then moved 
to the mouth of Redstone Creek to take charge of the 
mill operations at the old homestead. 



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In the spring of 1836, he moved from Fayette County, 
Penna. , to Millford, Illinios, and took up his residence 
in a cabin built by his brother, Samuel Jackson, Jr., 
a bachelor, near the line between LaSalle and Kendall 
counties on the Fox River. A part of his farm lay in 
each county. He and his brother Samuel built a grist- 
mill and a saw-mill as soon as they could get the 
materials. About seventy-five men, some of them living 
many miles distant, volunteered to put in the dam 
across the Fox River for them. These mills furnished 
employment for many residents in this area. They soon 
established a successful and profitable business. 
Elizabeth died three years later, 1839, and it is 
believed that Jesse lived there the rest of his life. 



Jesse Jackson 

Elizabeth (Sharpless) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

230-Elma Jackson 
231-Samuel Jackson 
232-Mary S. Jackson 
233-Jonathan Jackson 
234-Joseph Jackson 
235-Edith Nichols Jackson 
236-Rebecca Jackson 
237-William Sharpless Jackson 
238-Elizabeth Nichols Jackson 
239-Sabina Jackson 



BORN 
5_14-1793 
12-29-1794 



1-25-1816 
3-24-1819 
8-20-1820 
6-18-1822 
1- 5-1825 
1-24-1827 
8-24-1829 
6-18-1832 
12-17-1834 
4- 2-1839 



DECEASED : 

233-Jonathan Jackson 
235-Edith Nichols Jackson 
239-Sabina Jackson 

Elizabeth (Sharpless) Jackson 
83-Jesse Jackson 



DIED 
9- 8-1839 
8-31-1828 
7- 2-1839 
5- 7-1839 
12-12-1870 



86 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(29,7,1) 



Born in Reading, Pa. Married Hannah Davis. They moved 
to Toronto, Canada. 



Samuel Jackson, III 
Hannah (Davis) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

240-John Jackson 
241-William Jackson 
242-Samuel Jackson, IV 
243-Josiah Jackson 
244-Mary Jackson 
245-Elizabeth Jackson 
246-Isaac Jackson 
247-Joseph Jackson 
248-Charles Benjamin Jackson 
249-Elisha Davis Jackson 
250-Hugh Scarlett Jackson 



51 

BORN 
1-21-1765 



5-15-1785 
12-12-1786 

4- 4-1789 

5- 8-1791 
12-20-1793 

5-23-1796 
8- 2-1798 
12-21-1800 
2-23-1803 
9-10-1806 
2-28-1809 



DECEASED: DIED 

240-John Jackson 5- 6-1812 
241-William Jackson (Died at the Galena Mines, Miss.) 

246-Isaac Jackson (Died in Texas) 

247-Joseph Jackson (Died in Illinois) 

250-Hugh Scarlett Jackson 9-24-1834 

86-Samuel Jackson, III 6-12-1824 

Hannah (Davis) Jackson 1- 4-1829 



87- JOHN JACKSON 
(29,7,1) 

Born in Reading, Pa. Married, 5-15-1799, Mary Speak- 
man, daughter of Thomas and Abigail Speakman, of 
Birmingham, Delaware Co., Pa, He resided at Reading, 
Penna, 

As a tribute to John Jackson, one who has long 
been intimately acquainted with him, offered this 
brief memorial, "By the inhabitants of this place 
he was looked up to for counsel and advise in all 
important concerns, and which was rarely, if ever, 
deviated from. He was universally esteemed by all 
his numerous acquaintances, and the poor never fail- 
ed to find him a friend, nor the afflicted the hand 
stretched forth for their relief. His house was open 
to all classes, and all received a welcome at his table. 



0057243 



52 

He was affable and engaging in conversation, and the 
greatest stranger was soon made acquainted, and esteem- 
ed by him. " 

BORN 

John Jackson 12-22-1766 

Mary (Speakman) Jackson 12- 5-1776 



CHILDREN: 

251-Samuel S. Jackson 
252-Abigail N. Jackson 
253-Mary S. Jackson 

DECEASED : 

87-John Jackson 

Mary (Speakman) Jackson 

They are interred in Friends ' Burying 
Grounds at Parkersville, Penna. 



3-17-1800 

9-13-1801 

11- 2-1805 

DIED 
5-10-1851 
4- 2-1863 



91-JOSIAH JACKSON 
(29,7,1) 



Born in Reading, Pa. Married, 1800, Mary Jane Owen, 
daughter of Evan Owen, of Berwick, Penna. 



Josiah Jackson 

Mary Jane (Owen) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

254-Evan Owen Jackson 
255-Elisha B. Jackson 
256-Samuel Jackson 
257-Mary Jane Jackson 

DECEASED: 

256-Samuel Jackson (Drowned) 



BORN 
9-20-1775 



7-19-1801 
12-15-1803 

2-16-1806 
12- 5-1808 

DIED 



93-WILLIAM JACKSON 
(29,7,1) 



Born in Reading, Pa. Married, 12-15-1808, Rachel 
Tomlinson. William died in his 94th year of age. 



53 



William Jackson 

Rachel (Tomlinson) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

258-Mary Jackson 
259-Joseph Jackson 
260-Sarah Ann Jackson 
261-Isaac Jackson 
262-William Jackson, Jr. 
263-Rachel Jackson 
264-Samuel Jackson 
265- James T. Jackson 
266- John T. Jackson 
267-Hannah Jackson 

DECEASED: 

260-Sarah Ann Jackson 
261-Isaac Jackson 

Rachel (Tomlinson) Jackson 
93-William Jackson 
267-Hannah Jackson 



BORN 
5-30-1780 
7-15-1791 



2-10-1810 
11-21-1811 
8-29-1813 
3-21-1816 
12-21-1818 
6- 2-1821 
8-26-1823 
9- 4-1826 
3- 5-1828 
2-15-1833 

DIED 
9-30-1828 
7-21-1841 
4-20-1866 
2-26-1874 
3- 1-1833 



BORN 
12- 2-1783 



94-ISAAC JACKSON 
(29,7,1) 

Born in Reading, Pa. Married Elizabeth Feger, 

Isaac Jackson 

Elizabeth (Feger) Jackson 

CHILD :• 

268-Conrad Feger Jackson 

Other children were born of this union. Unable 
to obtain their names. 



103-BENJAMIN SHARPLESS JACKSON 
(32,7,1) 

Born in Reading, Pa. Married, 1831, Salome Metz 



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Benjamin Sharpless Jackson 
Salome (Metz) Jackson 



BORN 
10- 3-1806 



CHILDREN: 

269-Eliza Jackson 
270-Joseph Edward Jackson 
271-Henry C. Jackson 



6- 1832 
11-30-1833 
12-10-1836 



105-EDWARD JACKSON 
(32,7,1) 

Born in Reading, Pa. , 3-20-1813. He was a soldier of 
the "Lone Star" 1845 to 1848. Died at Grand Cane, Texas, 
1864-5. He was never married. 



106-JANE JACKSON 



(33,8,1) 



Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. Married, 
1801, Daniel Williams. 

BORN 
Jane (Jackson) Williams 6-13-1770 
Daniel Williams 



CHILDREN: 

272-Elizabeth Williams 
273-David Williams 
274-Ann Williams 
275-Catherine Williams 
276-Sarah Williams 
277-Ephraim Williams 

DECEASED: 

106-Jane (Jackson) Williams 



9- 8-1802 
5- 1-1804 
8- 1-1805 
3-13-1807 
12-11-1808 
10-15-1810 

DIED 
1- 9-1813 



108-DAVID JACKSON, JR. 
(33,8,1) 

Born in Edgemont Twp., Delaware Co., Pa. Married, 
Ann Evans . 



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David Jackson, Jr. 
Ann (Evans) Jackson 

CHILD: 

278-John Evans Jackson 

DECEASED: 

108-David Jackson, Jr. 



BORN 
3- 8-1775 



DIED 
- l-l8^■^. 



111 -WILLIAM JACKSON 
(33,8,1) 



Married, 1808, Rachel Barclay 

William Jackson 

Rachel (Barclay) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

279-Barclay Jackson 
280-David Jackson 
281-Josiah Jackson 
282-Mary Ann Jackson 

DECEASED: 

282-Mary Ann Jackson 
Ill-William Jackson 



12 



BORN 
■16-1783 



3-31-1809 

4-30-1811 

12-27-1812 

4-22-1814 

DIED 



8-16-1841 



112-ELEANOR JACKSON 
(33,8,1) 



Married, 1821, William Hughes 

Eleanor (Jackson) Hughes 
William Hughes 

CHILDREN: 

283-Jackson Hughes 
284-Elizabeth Hughes 
285-Ellis Hughes 
286-David Hughes 
287-William Hughes, Jr. 
288-Sarah Hughes 



BORN 
8- 3-1786 



6- 7-1822 

5- 8-1824 
12-13-1825 

4-21-1827 
10-16-1828 

8-14-1832 



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DECEASED: 

287-WLlliam Hughes, Jr. 9-23-1831 



SIXTH GENERATION 



122-LYDIA WILSON 
(44,11,2,1) 

Married, 5-16-1821, Jesse Hilles. After the death of 
his first wife, Jesse Hilles married for his second 
wife, 4-19-1832, Jane Hoopes, They had three children. 
Jesse died, 11-29-1872. 

BORN 
Lydia (Wilson) Hilles 2-16-1794 

Jesse Hilles 12-26-1792 



CHILDREN: 

289-William Hilles 
290-David Hilles 
291-Mary A. Hilles 
292-Jesse Hilles 



1- 5-1822 
10- 2-1823 
10-25-1825 

1- 7-1827 



DECEASED: 

290-David Hilles 
122-LydLa (Wilson) Hilles 



DIED 
7_ 4-1846 
10- 1830 



123-MAHLON PHILLIPS 
(45,19,4,1) 



Married, for his first wife, 11-11-1807, Rebecca 
Wilson, daughter of Ephraim and Elizabeth Wilson, 
of Londongrove Township, Chester Co., Pa. He Marr- 
ied, for his second wife, 1-3-1819, Dinah Barnard, 
daughter of Joseph and Mary Barnard, of Newlin, 
Penna. 

BORN 
Mahlon Phillips 7-27-1780 

Rebecca (Wilson) Phillips 10-24-1786 



CHILDREN: 

293-Elizabeth Phillips 



9-17-1808 



(57) 



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294-Josiah Phillips 4-27-1810 

295-Ephraitn Phillips 1-27-1812 

296-Lydia Phillips 1-28-1814 

297-Mary Phillips 2-16-1816 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Dinah (Barnard) Phillips 9- 3-1792 

CHILDREN : 

298-Joseph B. Phillips 10-19-1819 

299-John B, Phillips 3-23-1821 

300-James M, Phillips 9- 6-1822 

301-Rebecca Phillips 3-17-1824 

302-Edith B. Phillips 12-10-1825 

303-Philena Phillips 9-26-1827 

304-Deborah Phillips 9-26-1829 

305-Hannah Phillips 7-30-1831 

306-Cyrus Phillips 1-22-1834 

307-Sallie G. Phillips 4-24-1836 

DECEASED: DIED 

Rebecca (Wilson) Phillips 6-26-1816 

301-Rebecca Phillips 9-17-1825 

303-Philena Phillips 11-25-1856 

304-Deborah Phillips 6-12-1847 

306-Cyrus Phillips 6- 9-1838 

Dinah (Barnard) Phillips 2-25-1844 

123-Mahlon Phillips 7-21-1846 



124-WILLIAM PHILLIPS 
(45,19,4,1) 

Married, 11-12-1812, Ann Trimble, daughter of James 
and Sarah Trimble, of Nottingham, Cecil Co. , Md, 

BORN 
William Phillips 10-25-1785 

Ann (Trimble) Phillips 2-20-1795 

CHILDREN : 

308-Clarkson Phillips 9- 7-1813 

309-James Phillips 12-25-1814 

310-Sarah Ann Phillips 9-15-1816 

311-1. Newton Phillips 9-20-1818 



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312-Elizabeth W. Phillips 
313-Mary R. Phillips 
314-Isaac Phillips 
315-Lydia Phillips 
316-Joseph T. Phillips 
317-Rebecca J. Phillips 

DECEASED: 

Ann (Trimble) Phillips 
124-Williara Phillips 



2-26-1821 

9- 6-1824 
12-15-1826 

7-10-1828 
11-25-1830 

6- 9-1836 

DIED 
5-25-1848 
9-17-1874 



125-DEBORAH PHILLIPS 
(45,19,4,1) 

Married, 11-16-1809, Joseph Chambers, son of Joseph 
and Amy Chambers. Joseph died on his 91st year of 
his age. 

BORN 
Deborah (Phillips) Chambers 2-10-1789 

Joseph Chambers 12-21-1782 



CHILDREN: 

318-Lydia Chambers 
31 9 -Amy Chambers 
320-Mary Ann Chambers 
321-Mahlon Chambers 
322-Joseph P. Chambers 
323-Deborah Chambers 
324-Sarah Chambers 

DECEASED: 

323-Deborah Chambers 
125-Deborah (Phillips) Chambers 
Joseph Chambers 



10-13-1810 
9-15-1811 

11-11-1812 
4-26-1814 

12-12-1820 
8- 7-1822 
4- 6-1827 

DIED 

8- 2-1824 
3-15-1859 

9- 6-1873 



127-ISAAC PHILLIPS 
(45,19,4,1) 

He was first married, 5-15-1817, to Hannah Maule, 
daughter of Benjamin and Ann Maule, of Radnor, Penna. 
His second marriage, 11-19-1857, Rachel Maule, daughter 
of Jacob and Jane Maule, of Radnor, Penna. She was 
the cousin of his first wife. No children by the 
second marriage. 



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Isaac Phillips 

Hannah (Maule) Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

325-Anna Phillips 
326-Deborah Phillips 
327-Benjamin Phillips 
328-Sarah F, Phillips 

DECEASED: 

Hannah (Maule) Phillips 

127-Isaac Phillips 



BORN 
2- 6-1794 
10-15-1787 



4-12-1818 

9-21-1820 

11-21-1823 

2-26-1830 

DIED 
5-16-1855 
5-11-1865 



129-JOHN J. PHILLIPS 
(45,19,4,1) 



Married, 10-18-1827, Mary I. 
John C, and Albina Phillips, 
Resided at Gertaantown, Penna 

John J. Phillips 

Mary I, (Phillips) Phillips 

CHILDREN: 

329-Hannah Phillips 
330-Phebe D. Phillips 
331-Emily B. 
332-Henry C. 
333-Robert R, 
334-Edward N. 
335-William I 



Phillips, daughter of 
of Hockessin, Del. 



Phillips 
Phillips 
Phillips 
Phillips 
:. Phillips 



DECEASED: 

329-Hannah Phillips 
330-Phebe D. Phillips 
334-Edward N. Phillips 
335-Williatn E. Phillips 
129-John J. Phillips 



BORN 
11- 2-1802 
5- 3-1806 



5- 3-1829 
3-23-1830 
12-30-1831 
9- 8-1833 
5- 7-1835 
1-13-1842 
7_17_1843 

DIED 
5-31-1829 
2-25-1862 

10-12-1842 
8-22-1843 

11- 2-1865 



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130- SUSANNA JACKSON 



(49,19,4,1) 

Married, 5-14-1840, Israel Hoopes, of New Garden , Chester 
County, Penna, No children. 

BORN 

Susanna(Jackson) Hoopes 3-17-1787 

Israel Hoopes 

DECEASED: DIED 

130-Susanna (Jackson) Hoopes 4-26-1846 



131-MARTHA JACKSON 
(49,19,4,1) 

She first married, 1816, Thomas Dixon. Her second 
marriage, 3-17-1836, Joseph Mitchell, of Hockessin, 
Del, No children by second marriage, 

BORN 

Martha (Jackson) (Dixon) Mitchell 12-25-1789 

Thomas Dixon 

CHILDREN: 

336-Rebecca Dixon 

337-Miller J. Dixon 10-12-1819 

DECEASED: DIED 

336-Rebecca Dixon 

131-Martha (Jackson) (Dixon) Mitchell 12- 6-1859 



133-HAINES JACKSON 



(49,19,4,1) 



Married, 10-12-1826, Ruth Heald, daughter of Joseph 
and Hannah Heald, of Hockessin, Del. No children. 

BORN 
Haines Jackson 6- 9-1797 

Ruth (Heald) Jackson 3-24-1805 

DECEASED: DIED 

133-Haines Jackson 5- 5-1861 

Ruth (Heald) Jackson 10-21-1877 



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134- SARAH M. JACKSON 
(49,19,4,1) 



Married, 9-21-1824, Jonathan Wilson, son of Stephen 
and Lydia Wilson, of Hockessin, Del. 



Sarah M. (Jackson) Wilson 
Jonathan Wilson 



BORN 

1-12-1801 

5-13-1798 



CHILDREN: 

338-Elizabeth Wilson 
339-Pusey Wilson 
340-Theodore Wilson 
341-Lydia J. Wilson 
342-Mary Wilson 
343-Ephraim Wilson 
344-Sarah T. Wilson 
345-Charles S. Wilson 



9-17-1825 
3- 8-1827 

12-21-1828 
3-27-1831 
7- 1-1833 

10-10-1836 
9-19-1840 
5-17-1844 



DECEASED: 

338-Elizabeth Wilson 
340-Theodore Wilson 
341-Lydia J. Wilson 
345-Charles S. Wilson 
134-Sarah M. (Jackson) Wilson 
Jonathan Wilson 



DIED 
9-19-1842 
10-18-1837 
11-26-1848 
7-31-1867 
5-25-1873 
2-26-1850 



137 -JOHN C. JACKSON 
(51,19,4,1) 



Married, 9-6-1821, Rebecca Preston, daughter of Jonas 
and Eliza Preston, of Octoraro, Cecil County, Md. 
They resided in Cecil County, Md. 



John C, Jackson 

Rebecca (Preston) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

346-Williara P. Jackson 
347-Eliza Ann Jackson 
348-John Jackson 
349-Edwin P. Jackson 



BORN 

7-25-1797 
3- 7-1799 



6- 8-1822 
6-23-1824 

7- 3-1826 
9- 4-1828 



63 



350-Isaac P. Jackson 
351-Philena P. Jackson 
352-Deborah Jackson 



3-19-1831 
10-17-1833 
10-19-1835 



DECEASED: 

346-William P. Jackson 
348-John Jackson 
352-Deborah Jackson 

Rebecca (Preston) Jackson 
137-John C. Jackson 



DIED 
7-19-1824 
7- 3-1826 

10-22-1835 
2- 8-1845 

11-24-1850 



138-LYDIA P. JACKSON 
(51,19,4,1) 

Born at W, Nottingham, Md. Married, 11-26-1823, 
Samuel Brinton, son of Joseph and Susanna (Rigbie) 
Brinton, of Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., Penna. 
They resided in Lancaster Co. , Penna. Note: The 
history of the descendants of Lydia P. Jackson and 
Samuel Brinton, for generations 8 and 9 herein, was 
taken from the Brinton family history. 



Lydia P. (Jackson) Brinton 
Samuel Brinton 

CHILDREN: 

353-James J. Brinton 
354-Susanna Brinton 
355-Lewis Brinton 
356-Cyrus Brinton 
357-Mary Ann Brinton 
358-William P. Brinton 

DECEASED : 

Samuel Brinton 
138-Lydia P. (Jackson) Brinton 



BORN 
10-30-1798 
2- 3-1789 



12-25-1824 
9-27-1826 
5-19-1829 

12-28-1830 
9-26-1833 

10-20-1835 

DIED 
5- 6-1857 
3-22-1869 



140-MARY ANN JACKSON 
(51,19,4,1) 

Married, 9-11-1827, Benjamin P. Buckley. Resided in 
West Nottingham, Md. 



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Mary Ann (Jackson) Buckley- 
Ban jamin P. Buckley 

CHILDREN: 

359-Alice J. Buckley 
360-William P. Buckley 
361-Lydia B. Buckley 
362-Sarah Ann Buckley 
363-Ellen Buckley 
364-Mary J. Buckley 
365-James J. Buckley 
366-Benjaniin W. Buckley 
367-Lewis B. Buckley 
368-Rebecca E. Buckley 

DECEASED: 

361-Lydia B. Buckley 
365-James J. Buckley 

Benjamin P. Buckley 



BORN 
8-22-1803 
11- 1805 



11- 6-1828 
3-19-1830 
4-26-1831 
9-16-1832 
6-17-1834 
3-20-1836 
8-28-1838 
4-15-1840 

11-30-1841 
8-19-1843 

DIED 
12-12-1834 
7-31-1852 
1-15-1873 



142-JAMES M. JACKSON 
(51,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-12-1844, Margaret J. Maar. 

James M. Jackson 

Margaret J. (Maar) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

369-James R. Jackson 
370-Rebecca J. Jackson 
371-Barclay R. Jackson 

DECEASED : 

369-James R. Jackson 
371-Barclay R. Jackson 
142-James M. Jackson 



BORN 
9-28-1807 
12-16-1820 



1- 7-1845 

5-27-1846 

11-23-1847 

DIED 
10-11-1855 
10-15-1855 
3-19-1852 



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144- EDITH JACKSON 
(52,19,4,1) 



Born in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
1821, Jacob Graves, son of Samuel and Elizabeth 
Graves, of New Castle, Del. 

Resided in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 



Edith (Jackson) Graves 
Jacob Graves 

CHILDREN: 

372-Josiah J. Graves 
373-William S. Graves 
374-Mary Ann Graves 
375-Jackson Graves 
376-Amanda Graves 
377-Eli2abeth Graves 
378-Mary Ann Graves 
379-Harvey Graves 
380-Nathan Graves 

DECEASED: 

374-Mary Ann Graves 
376-Amanda Graves 
380-Nathan Graves 

Jacob Graves 
144-Edith (Jackson) Graves 



BORN 
11-23-1799 
1794 



4- 5-1823 
8-10-1825 

10-25-1827 

10-26-1829 

9-22-1831 

1-13-1834 

5- 8-1836 
7- 4-1838 
1-10-1844 

DIED 
8-14-1832 
3- 4-1855 

12-26-1846 
3- 7-1849 

11-19-1872 



145-MARY JACKSON 
(52,19,4,1) 

Born in Nottingham, Chester Co., Penna. Married, 12- 
16-1819, Jacob Way, son of John Way, of Pennsbury 
Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 

Resided in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 



Mary (Jackson) Way 
Jacob Way 

CHILDREN: 

381-Hannah H. Way 



BORN 
8-28-1801 
7-26-1797 



9-20-1820 



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382-Josiah Way 
383-Edith Way 
384-Phebe Ann Way 
385-Ruth T. Way 
386-Ruhaney Way 
387-Alice Way 
38 8 -Homer Way 
389-Maryetta Way 
390-Jacob H. Way 
391-Eliza Way 

DECEASED: 

382-Josiah Way 
383-Edith Way 
Jacob Way 
145-Mary (Jackson) Way 



11- 3-1822 
9-31-1825 
9-24-1827 
9-22-1829 
9-12-1831 

12-19-1833 
5-15-1836 
4-11-1838 
3- 2-1841 
7-19-1843 

DIED 
12-25-1838 
6- 4-1846 

12- 2-1848 
12- 2-1848 



146-CALEB SHARPLESS JACKSON 
(52,19,4,1) 



Born in Nottingham, Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
6-6-1828, Mary Ann Cause, daughter of William and 
Mary (Beverly) Cause, of Kennett Square, Penna. 

Caleb was a man of ability, and ranked high in his 
section as a mathematician. He was a great anti-slavery 
man, and gave material support to the interest of the 
"Underground Railway." He was reared on a farm and was 
engaged in farming during his early life, and later 
operated his own business in coach-manufacture. He 
was a Quaker. He died in Kansas while on a visit 
with his daughter, Hannah. He resided at Kennett 
Square, Penna. 



Caleb Sharpless Jackson 
Mary Ann(Gause) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

392-Josiah Jackson 
393-Mary G. Jackson 
394-Ruthanna Jackson 
395-William S. Jackson 
396-Margaret B. Jackson 
397-Hannah Jackson 



BORN 
3-23-1803 
4-15-1804 



2-14-1830 
9- 6-1831 
11-12-1833 
1-16-1836 
6-25-1838 
2-14-1842 



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398-Caleb H. Jackson . 5-14-1844 

399-Alice E. Jackson 3-24-1847 

DECEASED: DIED 

146-Caleb Sharpless Jackson 8- 3-1868 



147 -JAMES JACKSON 
(52,19,4,1) 

Born at Nottingham, Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
8-20-1829, Abigail Rakestraw, daughter of Thomas 
and Mary Rakestraw, of Bart Twp., Lancaster Co., Penna, 

James' father, Josiah, died when he was twelve 
years of age. His mother being a woman of energy 
and perseverance took upon herself the task of oper- 
ating the homestead, which at that time was encumbered 
with debt. She kept her boys at work, sending them to 
school only a few weeks in the winter season, and as 
they arrived at what she thought a suitable age, had 
them apprenticed to learn trades; however, this was 
against the wishes of James, who had strong inclina- 
tion and desire to study law and follow the profession. 
He was overruled by his mother, and was sent to Dupont ' s 
Bank to learn the trade of a fuller or woolen man- 
ufacturer. After serving as an apprentice and remain- 
ing a short time as a journeyman, he returned home and 
bought a part of his mother's farm, and erected thereon 
a small factory, in which he carried on business for 
a few years. He sold his farm and factory and bought 
another farm, where he pursued the business of agricul- 
ture until 1841, when he moved to Bart Twp., Lancaster 
Co., Penna., where he again settled on a farm. For a 
number of years he carried on a business in the sale of 
lime; also improved his farm, erecting a number of 
farm buildings. In the year of 1872 he built for him- 
self a new house where he lived until his death. 

He was a recommended minister in the Society of 
Friends, He was one of the early abolitionists, and 
his door was always open to the fugitives, whom he 
would help on their way to freedom. In 1852 during 
the excitement attending the "Christianna Riot," he 
was indicted for high treason, although he was not 
on the ground during the fight, but went there after 
hearing the guns. Through the leniency of the Marshal 



68 

Anthony B. Roberts, he was never arrested, but his 
family suffered great annoyances, their house being 
twice searched, and they were aware that they had 
spies watching them. 

BORN 
James Jackson 4-16-1805 

Abigail (Rakestraw) Jackson 11-28-1807 



CHILDREN: 

400-Mary R. Jackson 
401-Thomas Jackson 
402-Eliza Jackson 
403-Edith Ann Jackson 
404-Lydia T. Jackson 
405-William L. Jackson 
406-Thomas Ellwood Jackson 
407-James Josiah Jackson 

DECEASED: 

i^Ol-Thomas Jackson 
403-Edith Ann Jackson 
147-James Jackson 

Abigail (Rakestraw) Jackson 



7- 4-1830 
11-28-1832 
5_ 7-1834 
7-22-1835 
4- 7-1837 
3-15-1839 
9- 5-1842 
11- 4-1845 

DIED 

7-28-1834 

12-14-1842 

4- 6-1881 

9- 3-1881 



James and wife were buried at the Barts Meeting 
House burying-ground. 



148-WILLIAM S. JACKSON 



(52,19,4,1) 



Born at Nottingham, Chester Co,, Pa. Married, 5-13-1830, 
Susanna Chambers, daughter of William and Susanna 
Chambers, of Kennett, Penna. 

William was a woolen manufacturer for about two 
years after marriage, but kept a country store. In 
1833 he purchased a woolen mill factory, in Kennett 
Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 



William S. Jackson 
Susanna (Chambers) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

408-Anna Jackson 
409-Wilhelmina Jackson 



BORN 
3-23-1808 
2-22-1807 



3-23-1831 
8-16-1833 



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DECEASED: 

148-William S. Jackson 

Susanna (Chambers) Jackson 

They are buried at Hockessin, Del. 



DIED 
8-28-1833 
11-11-1838 



149-RUHANEY JACKSON 
(52,19,4,1) 



Born at Nottingham, Chester Co. , Pa. Married, 6-8- 
1843, Jacob Clayton, son of Isaac and Mary Clayton, 
of Bradford, Chester Co. , Penna. 



Ruhaney (Jackson) Clayton 
Jacob Clayton 

CHILDREN: 

410-Edith Clayton 
411-Isaac Ellwood Clayton 
412-Josiah J. Clayton 
413-Sarah Clayton 

DECEASED: 

Jacob Clayton 
149-Ruhaney (Jackson) Clayton 



BORN 
4-13-1810 
5-28-1802 

6-15-1844 
12-25-1845 

9-29-1847 
11-17-1850 

DIED 
12-25-1875 
3- 6-1881 



150-JOSIAH WILSON 
(53,19,4,1) 

Married, 12-3-1840, Mary Price, daughter of Benjamin 
and Jane Price, of East Bradford, Chester Co., Penna, 

Res. (1875) Kirkwood, Saint Louis Co., Missouri. 



Josiah Wilson 

Mary (Price) Wilson 

CHILDREN: 

414-Edward P. Wilson 
415-Alice J. Wilson 
416-Mary Jane Wilson 
417-Benjamin P. Wilson 
418-Rachel P. Wilson 



BORN 
8- 9-1817 
12-12-1819 



11- 1-1841 
1-30-1844 
4-20-1846 
6-12-1849 
2-15-1856 



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419-Anna M. Wilson 

DECEASED: 

416-Mary Jane Wilson 



11-28-1857 

DIED 
9-29-1848 



151- JAMES C. JACKSON 
(54,19,4,1) 

Born in Hockessin Twp. , New Castle Co., Del, Married, 
5-16-1844, Amelia Spencer, daughter of Jesse and Mary- 
Spencer, of Bucks Co., Penna. 

A tribute to James C. Jackson on his eighty- 
seventh birthday. "He has reached his eighty- seventh 
milestone on life's journey and represents one of the 
distinguished families of this section of the country. 
He was born 7-15-1816, in Hockessin Township, New 
Castle County, Delaware. He received his education 
attending subscription schools, and later became a 
student of Westtown Boarding School, from which he 
graduated. He was a man of strong mentality and 
scholarly attainments. After completing his education 
he continued in the Westtown Boarding School as a teacher 
for a number of years." 

BORN 
James C, Jackson 7-13-1816 

Amelia (Spencer) Jackson 1-23-1822 

CHILDREN : 

420-Mary S. Jackson 1-19-1847 

421-Edward Foulke Jackson 6- 1-1850 

422-Francis Jackson 9-16-1859 

423-Alice Jackson 7-12-1863 

DECEASED: DIED 

422-Francis Jackson 10-30-1859 



15 2- JOHN G. JACKSON 
(54,19,4,1) 



Married, 9-15-1842, Elizabeth Bailey, daughter of Jacob 
and Elizabeth (Parker) Bailey, of Pennsbury. Resided 
in Hockessin, Del. . . 



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John G. Jackson 

Elizabeth (Bailey) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

424-William B. Jackson 
425-Thomas Jackson 

DECEASED: 

152-John G. Jackson 

Elizabeth (Bailey) Jackson 



BORN 
9- 8-1818 
3-10-1817 



7-13-1843 
3-21-1845 

DIED 
3-12-1898 
1-18-1894 



153-RICHARD P. JACKSON 
(55,21,4,1) 

Married, 5-29-1856, Mary Sophia Ward, of Calvert Co., 

Md. 



Resided at Georgetown, D.C. 

Richard P. Jackson 

Mary Sophia (Ward) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

426-William Samuel Jackson 
427-Isabel Jackson 
428-Lewis Jackson 
429-Elizabeth W. Jackson 
430-Cordelia Jackson 



BORN 
11- 6-1816 



8- 8-1857 

3- 2-1859 

10-13-1860 

11-11-1863 

7-18-1866 



155-ARTRIDGE P. JACKSON 
(55,21,4,1) 

Married, 2-8-1844, Cyrus Waters, M.D. 

Artridge P. (Jackson) Waters 
Cyrus Waters 

CHILDREN: 

431-Anne P, Waters 
432-Henry Elwell Waters 
433-Joseph J. Waters 



6- 


BORN 
-14-1820 
1816 


12- 

11- 

2- 


-17-1844 
-14-1845 
- 4-1847 



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DECEASED: DIED 

Cyrus Waters 7- 4-1853 



158-ISAAC W. JACKSON 
(56,21,4,1) 

Born in Canterbury, N.Y. Married, 8-26-1829, Elizabeth 
Pomeroy, daughter of Samuel Pomeroy, of Pittsfield, 
Mass. 

Among those of the name who have been noted for 
their superior attainments and private worth, is 
Isaac W. Jackson, LL.D. Professor of Mathematics 
in Union College, Schenectady, N.Y. At the age of 
17, having determined on taking a regular collegiate 
course, he entered Albany Academy and prosecuted his 
mathematical and classical studies with his habitual 
industry, and with more than usual success. He took 
the lead in all his studies, and was generally regard- 
ed as a youth of high promise. In 1824, he graduated 
at the Academy, and immediately entered the Union 
College. In this class he was by common consent easily 
first in mathematics and chemistry, while in Greek 
and Latin he had few superiors. In 1826, he graduated 
with the first honors of the College, and was imme- 
diately appointed to tutorship in the institution, 
and in 1831 became Professor of mathematics. This 
position he held for 46 years with efficient and 
acceptable service. 

Professor Jackson is the author of several valuable 
text-books which have been used in the Union and 
other colleges. 

Res., Schenectady, N.Y. 

BORN 
Isaac W. Jackson 8-29-1804 
Elizabeth (Pomeroy) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

434-William Ayrault Jackson 3-29-1832 

435-George Pomeroy Jackson 4- 3-1834 

436-Gertrude Robinson Jackson 1- 3-1836 

437-Julia Jackson 1-28-1838 

438-Elizabeth Hart Jackson 5- 8-1842 



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DECEASED: DIED 

158-Isaac W. Jackson 7-21-IQ77 



159 -WILLIAM JACKSON, Jr, 



(56,21,4,1) 

Born in Canterbury, N.Y. Married, 6-9-1836, Emma 
Jerome, of Onondago, N.Y. 

Res., Syracuse, N.Y, 

BORN 
William Jackson, Jr. 3-10-1810 
Emma (Jerome) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

439-Mary Jerome Jackson 4-21-1837 

440-Emma Jerome Jackson 4-25-1846 



166-ANNA KIMBER 
(61,21,4,1) 

Born in Chester County, Penna. Married, 1822, Robert 
V, Massey. 

BORN 

Anna (Kimber) Massey 1798 

Robert V. Massey 

CHILDREN: 

441-Susanna Massey 1823 

442-Emmor Massey 1825 

443-George Massey 1828 

444-Robert V. Massey, Jr. 1830 

DECEASED: DIED 

Robert V. Massey 1863 

166-Anna (Kimber) Massey 12-15-1876 



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175-HENRY KIMBER 
(61,21,4,1) 



Married, ca 1847, Jane Henry, 

Henry Kimber 

Jane (Henry) Kimber 

CHILDREN : 

445-Sarah. P. kimber 
446-Jean Kimber 
447-Abby Kimber 
448-Emmor Kimber 



BORN 


1814 


1848 


1850 


1853 


1855 



17 6- GERTRUDE KIMBER 
(61,21,4,1) 



Born in Tredyffrin Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
10-24-1842, Charles C. Burleigh, son of Rinaldo and 
Lydia (Bradford) Burleigh. Charles was born in 
Plainfield, Conn. They resided in Florence, Mass. 

BORN 
Gertrude (Kimber) Burleigh 6-14-1816 

Charles C. Burleigh 11- 3-1810 



CHILDREN : 

449-Edward D. Burleigh 
450-Charles C. Burleigh, Jr. 
451-Theresa Burleigh 

DECEASED: 

176-Gertrude (Kimber) Burleigh 



10- 5-1846 

11-14-1848 

7- 9-1851 

DIED 
8-26-1869 



178-JOSEPH J. LEWIS 
(64,21,4,1) 



Born at Westtown, Chester Co., Penna. He first 
married, 9-23-1827, Mary Sinton Miner, daughter of 
Charles and Letitia (Wright) Miner, of Spring Grove, 
Penna. His second wife was Sarah Jones, widow of 
Dr. Elbert P. Jones, of California, to who he was 



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married, 1-24-1866. He was married a third time, 
6-5-1872, Phebe Ann Brooks, widow of James Brooks, 
of New Albany, Indiana. She was residing at West 
Chester, Penna. , at the time of his death. 



FIRST MARRIAGE 

Joseph J. Lewis 

Mary Sinton (Miner) Lewis 

CHILDREN: 

452-A son, died the same day of birth 
453-Anna Meredith Lewis 
454-Letitia Miner Lewis 
455-Charles Miner Lewis 
456-Charlton Thomas Lewis 
457-Josephine Jackson Lewis 
458-Enoch Edward Lewis 
459-Mary Ellen Lewis 
460-Frederick William Lewis 
461-Alice Catherine Lewis 
462-Willie Rosalie Lewis 



BORN 
10- 5-1801 
ca-1807 



6-21-1828 

6-11-1829 

10- 1-1831 

10- 1-1831 

2-25-1834 

3- 9-1836 

7- 1-1838 

12- 8-1841 

9-29-1843 

5-13-1846 

4-29-1850 



DECEASED: 

452-A son 

455-Charles Miner Lewis 

460-Frederick William Lewis 

Mary Sinton (Miner) Lewis 

Sarah (Jones) Lewis 
178-Joseph J. Lewis 

Buried in Oakland Friends' Cemetery, 
West Chester, Penna. 



DIED 
6-21-1828 
2-22-1832 
8- 6-1844 
10-27-1860 
2-16-1869 
4- 5-1883 



183-WILLIAM J. LEWIS 
(64,21,4,1) 



Born in New Garden Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. William 
was first married, 1-2-1836, to Mary Hippie. After the 
death of his first wife, he married Jane D. Coursen, 
1848. They resided in San Francisco, Calif. 



FIRST MARRIAGE 



William J. Lewis 



BORI^ 
4- 4-1812 



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Mary (Hippie) Lewis 

CHILD: 

463-William H. Lewis 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Jane D. (Coursen) Lewis 

CHILD: 

464-Whitfield J. Lewis 



___ 1817 
10- 3-1836 



DECEASED; 



Mary (Hippie) Lewis 



-— 1849 

DIED 
4- 7-1841 



185-HANNAH ALLEN 
(65,21,4,1) 



Married, 10-31-1841, Yardley Warner, son of William 
and Letitia Warner. 



Hannah (Allen) Warner 
Yardley Warner 

CHILDREN: 

465-Charles A. Warner 
46 6 -Anne Warner 
467-Rebecca Warner 
468-Williani Y. Warner 
469-George Mai in Warner 

DECEASED: 

465-Charles A. Warner 
185-Hannah (Allen) Warner 



BORN 
9-22-1814 



1-17-1846 
6-24-1847 
2-25-1849 
6-16-1852 
11-15-1855 

DIED 
3- 1-1875 
9-25-1872 



193-WILLIAM ARTHUR JACKSON 
(66,21,4,1) 



Born in Northumberland, Chester Co., Pa., 7-16-1828. 
Died 1-10-1857. 

Willian Arthur Jackson was a young man of fine 
abilities and elegant accomplishments. He was associa- 
ted, in the practise of law, with the Hon. John M. 
Reed, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsy- 
lvania. He died at the age of twenty-nine, just as the 



assurance of a successful career, as a lawyer and 
advocate, seemed almost complete. 



194-FRANCIS ARISTIDES JACKSON 



(66,21,4,1) 



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Born in Northumberland, Chester Co, , Pa. Married, 
7-8-1858, Mary Griffitts, daughter of William F. 
Griffitts. Francis was a Professor of Latin at the 
University of Pennsylvania. 



Francis Aristides Jackson 
Mary (Griffitts) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

470-Elizabeth Jackson 
471-Helen Jackson 
472-Rebecca Jackson 
473-Mary Jackson 
474-Anna Jackson 
475-Katherine Jackson 

DECEASED: 

470-Elizabeth Jackson 



BORN 
3-20-1830 



11-20-1859 
6- 1-1861 
2-18-1864 
2-22-1866 
4-11-1868 

12-24-1870 

DIED 
2-21-1860 



203-JULIANN JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette County. 
Penna. , 2-9-1810. Her death is recorded in the family 
Bible by her father which reads as follows: "Juliann 
Jackson daughter of Josiah and Sally Jackson Died 
10 June 1836, age 26 years & 4 months." 



204-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 



Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette County, 
Penna. 

Married, about 1833, Margaret Baker, born in Pennsy- 
lvania. He first settled in Fayette County, Penna. , 



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and lived there until 1844 when he moved to Glades- 
ville, Preston County, W.Va. , where he remained the 
rest of his life. He was a farmer. 

BORN 
Benjamin Franklin Jackson 3- 4-1811 

Margaret (Baker) Jackson 12- 6-1804 



CHILDREN: 

476-Sarah Elmey Jackson 
477-Juliann Jackson 
478-Mary Elizabeth Jackson 
479-George B. Jackson 
480-James V. Jackson 
481-William Irven Jackson 



9-20-1834 
5-12-1836 
7- 2-1838 
7- 3-1839 
6- 8-1841 
2-11-1849 



DECEASED: 

477-Juliann Jackson 
480-James V. Jackson 
481-William Irven Jackson 
204-Benjamin Franklin Jackson 
Margaret (Baker) Jackson 



DIED 
4-13-1899 
12- 7-1892 
1- 3-1866 
2-19-1859 
4-28-1889 



They are buried in the Gladesville Cemetery, 
Gladesville, W.Va. 



20 6 -REBECCA JACKSON 



(81,25,4,1) 



Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co. , 
Penna. She married, 1830, William Cans, son of 
Benjamin and Margaret (Shidler) Cans. They first 
lived at Morris Cross-Roads, near Fairchance, 
Penna. In 1835 they moved to Illinois and settled 
along the Fox River, Near Ottawa, William staked 
out a piece of land and acquired title to the claim, 
Most of his time was devoted to farming. However, 
he had studied medicine and had a limited pratice 
in the community where he lived. William died at 
thirty-seven years of age, leaving seven children, 
the oldest being nine years of age. Two years later 
(1842) Rebecca married her second husband, Isaac L, 
Davis . 



FIRST MARRIAGE 
Rebecca (Jackson) (Cans) Davis 



BORN 
3- 3-1813 




*^ 




WILLIAM FLEMING JACKSON, WIFE MARY ELIZABETH 
HARNER AND SON, OLIVER FLEMING JACKSON. PHO- 
TOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1890. SEE PAGE 83. 




JOSEPH MARTIN JACKSON 
See page 80 



'.*»• 




CHARLOTTE (BANNING) JACKSON 
See page 80 



79 

William Cans 5- 8-1803 

CHILDREN: 

482-Josiah Cans 10-12-1830 

483-Anna Cans 2- 1-1832 

484-01 iver Cans 3- 4-1833 

485-John D. Cans 5-14-1834 

486-Margaret Cans ; 3-16-1836 

487-Elizabeth Cans 6- 5-1837 

488-Elma Cans 8-26-1838 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Isaac L. Davis 11-23-1806 

CHILDREN: 

489-James L. Davis 2-24-1843 

490-Victoria V. Davis 5- 7-1844 

491-Mary R. Davis 4-19-1846 

DECEASED: DIED 

482-Josiah Cans 10-31-1831 

484-01 iver Cans 8-14-1838 

486-Margaret Cans (Died in early childhood) 

488-Elma Cans 9-18-1839 

William Cans 2-19-1840 

206-Rebecca (Jackson) (Cans) Davis 5-26-1847 

Isaac L. Davis 5-13 



20 7 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette County, 
Penna., 8-21-1814. The only information available 
concerning Samual Jackson was found in a letter 
written by Dr. William Cans, dated December 20,1836, 
containing the following: "Samuel Jackson told me 
to give you his best respects and thanks for the 
compliment you sent him in your last. Samuel is 
working for his uncles in the mill. They have the 
best saw-mill I ever saw." Dr. Cans' letter was 
addressed to his sister. The Uncles mentioned in 
letter were Samuel Jr. , and Jesse Jackson, who moved 
from Redstone, Fayette County, Penna. , to Illinois 
and settled on the Fox River, Near Ottawa, 111., in 
1836. 



80 

2 10- JOSEPH MARTIN JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va., on Cheat River, in the 
section commonly known as "Cheat Neck," which then 
the scene of one of the most important iron ore opera- 
tions in the country. His grandfather, Samuel Jackson 
known as the "Iron Master of Cheat, was the largest 
operator in this area. His grandfather died in 1818, 
after which the operations were carried on by his 
father, Josiah Jackson, who had inherited them. 

Very little is knovm of the early life of Joseph 
Jackson, but since he was one of a large family it is 
believed he found it necessary to go to work at an 
early age. The most authentic information comes from 
his grandson Alonzo Jackson of Silver Hill, W.Va., now 
in his 80th year of age, who informed the author he 
had learned from his father that Joseph had mentioned 
on various occasions the type of work he had done on 
Cheat River and particularly he had been engaged in 
construction work. It is known that he was a skilled 
carpenter and had taught the trade to at least four 
of his sons. 

He first married Thursa Callahan about 1846. They 
had one son, John Josiah. Thursa died shortly after 
the birth of their son. Two years later in the year 
1849, he married Charlotte Banning of Silver Hill, W. 
Va. , and lived there the rest of his life. In 1856 
he purchased a farm consisting of 169 acres from Jacob 
Geho and wife Elizabeth for a consideration of $500.00. 
It was desirable land for farming with good soil and 
abundant water-supply for farm use. The land was not 
cleared and he had the task of cutting the trees and 
grubbing the smaller growth to make it suitable for 
growing crops. A portion of the old home and farm 
buildings can still be seen, but they are too deter- 
iorated for any practical use. 

Silver Hill did not have a public school in the 
early days, and it became apparent that if the child- 
ren in this community were to obtain a common school 
education, it would be necessary for the citizens to 
provide their own school-building. Under the leadership 
of Joseph Jackson they constructed their own building. 
The site for the building was donated by Joseph Jackson, 



81 

and it is certain he furnished the timbers taken from 
his own land for the first log school-house in Silver 
Hill. 

MACEDONIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Joseph M, Jackson was one of the leaders vho under- 
took to build the Macedonia Methodist Church on Macedonia 
ridge. He furnished most, if not all of the timbers 
for the construction of the first log church-building 
in this community. He and his wife were active workers 
and leaders in the church. In our search for records 
of Joseph Jackson's family, we found stored away 
by the youngest daughter, Viola Jackson, a small Bible, 
the gift of her mother, which contained the following 
that is worthy of mention. 

Miss Viola Jackson 
book 

Sept. 2,1882 
Viola, take this blessed book, 
gift of your mother's love. 
If you follow its counsel, 
keep its will, it will guide 
your soul above. 

Joseph died February 27,1885, at the age of sixty- 
six years, and is buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, 
adjacent to the Macedonia Church he helped to build, 
and where he served as a Bible-teacher and a strong 
leader in the church activities. He is buried in the 
"Jackson Row" without tombstone or marker to identify 
the place of the remains, although the loving hands 
of his children would have erected a memorial in his 
honor; this was the way he wanted it. He was always 
doing his part with diligence for the good of his 
community and serving to the best of his ability for 
the common benefit of all his neighbors. 

BORN 
Joseph Martin Jackson 2-21-1819 

Thursa (Callahan) Jackson ca-1820 

CHILD: 

492-John Josiah Jackson 2-11-1847 



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SECOND MARRIAGE 

Charlotte (Banning) Jackson 8-18-1831 

CHILDREN: (Bible record contributed by Anna Mae Boynton) 

493-Ephraim Banning Jackson 1-18-1850 

494-Thursa J. Jackson 5- 1-1851 

495-Asa Alonzo Jackson 11-22-1853 

496-Orange Scott Jackson 4-12-1857 

497-Luther Lee Jackson 11-18-1858 

498-Samuel W. Jackson 9- 4-1862 

499-Williain Alva Jackson 3-13-1864 

500-Joseph Oscar Jackson 9- 2-1865 

501-Samuel Jackson 5-12-1868 

502-Viola Jackson 2-21-1872 

DECEASED: DIED 

498-Samuel W. Jackson 1-24-1863 

499-William Alva Jackson 3-17-1864 

Thursa (Callahan) Jackson -1847 

210-Joseph Martin Jackson 2-27-1885 

Charlotte (Banning) Jackson 12-25-1893 
All (Except Thursa (Callahan) Jackson) are 
buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, Silver 
Hill, W.Va. 



211-MANERVA JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va., 5-13-1820. Unmarried. At 
the time of her death she was living with her Uncle 
Jesse Jackson, near Ottawa, Illinois on the Fox River. 
Her death is recorded in the Bible in the handwriting 
of her father, which reads: "Manerva Died January 
the 13th 1840 at Jesse Jacksons =Iillenoy, aged 19 
years 8 months ." She probably had been working for 
her uncle as his wife, Elizabeth, had died May 7,1839, 
having been seriously afflicted with rheumatism. 



215-JOSIAH G.W.A. JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va., 5-25-1827. The Bible record 
in the handwriting of his father records his death as of 



83 
February 11,1849, having died at Nebetstown. 

218-AMANDA MALVINA( JACKSON) BAILEY 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va., 3-28-1831. The Bible record 
in the handwriting of her father shows her name at 
date of death as Amanda Malvina Bailey. The author was 
unable to find the record of her marriage and family 
history. Her death was recorded as of February 15,1857. 



220-WILLIAM FLEMING JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 5-29-1864, Mary 
Elizabeth Harner, born at Oliphant Furnace, Penna. , 
daughter of Philip and Sarah Harner. 

William was a skilled carpenter and followed this 
trade. He specalized in cabinet-making and fine furni- 
ture. They were members of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Resided near Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
William Fleming Jackson 7- 2-1836 

Mary Elizabeth (Harner) Jackson 10-20-1845 

CHILDREN: 

503-Minnie Vanona Jackson 9-15-1866 

504-Oliver Fleming Jackson 6-15-1874 

DECEASED: DIED 

220-William Fleming Jackson 11- 9-1914 

Mary Elizabeth (Harner) Jackson 9-15-1900 

They are buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, 
near Morgantown, W.Va. 



221 -JAMES DONALDSON JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 10-1-1856, 
Lydia Hartley, daughter of Robert and Nancy (Dixon) 
Hartley. 



8k 



Resided at New Geneva, (Near Point Marion) Penna. 



James Donaldson Jackson 
Lydia (Hartley) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

505-Martha Eliza Jackson 
506-Mary M. Jackson 
507-William H. Jackson 
508-Josiah Jackson 
509-Jatnes Donaldson Jackson, Jr. 
510-Flora Belle Jackson 
511-Joseph D. Jackson 

DECEASED: 

506-Mary M. Jackson 
507-Williain H. Jackson 
508-Josiah Jackson 
509-Jaines Donaldson Jackson, Jr. 
511-Joseph D. Jackson 

Lydia (Hartley) Jackson 
221-James Donaldson Jackson 



BORN 
7- 8-1838 
2-18-1838 

2-13-1858 
11- 3-1859 
7- 9-1862 
4- 2-1863 
4-16-1865 
1-11-1867 
10-17-1869 

DIED 

12-29-1860 

11-17-1862 

6-22-1866 

11-20-1866 

11-22-1904 

2-10-1904 

8-29-1909 



They are buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, 
New Geneva, Penna. 



223-HENRY E. JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. , 2-4-1842, He was never 
married. He was a soldier in the Union Army in the 
was between the States. He died of yellow fever at 
Charleston, W.Va., January 20,1862. His body was 
brought back to his home by his eldest brother, 
William Fleming Jackson, where it was interred in 
the Fleming Cemetery, Morgantown, W. Va. 



224-ROBERT W. PLAYFORD JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 



Born near Morgantown, W.Va., 4-8-1844, Unmarried. He 
was a soldier in the Union Army in the war between the 
States. He was killed in the battle of Cedar Creek, 



85 



October 19,1864, and buried on the battle-field, by 
his brother Daniel who was in the same engagement. 
Daniel dug the grave and prepared the body for its 
final resting-place. 



225-DANIEL ROBINSON JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. He operated a General 
merchandise and hardware store in Kingwood; however, 
he was a painter by trade and followed this occupa- 
tion most of his life. He served one term as Sheriff 
of Preston County from January 1,1889 to December 31, 
1892. He was also United States Deputy Marshal. 

Daniel ran away from home at the age of 16 and 
joined the Union Army. He was placed with Company 1 
of the 14th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry. He was 
in the Battles of Cedar Creek and Cloyd Mountain. He 
was wounded in the Cloyd Mountain Battle and later 
was stricken with typhoid fever and given an honor- 
able discharge. 

During the term of Leroy Shaw, Sheriff of Preston 
County, a gang of outlaws, headed by the Smithley 
brothers from Pennsylvania, was seen in Preston County. 
The Sheriff deputized Daniel to help make the arrest. 
They found the Smithley gang a few miles out of King- 
wood and the leader shot and wounded the Sheriff. 
Daniel opened fire on the outlaw, the bullet strick- 
ing his horse as it reared on its hind legs killing 
it instantly and throwing the rider to the ground. 
Daniel single-handed disarmed and captured the gang. 
They were taken to the Preston County jail, and later 
tried and convicted and given a prison term at the 
State penitentiary in Moundsville. 

First marriage, 1-3-1867, Sarah E. Galenton. 
Second marriage, 3-27-1877, Rachel Gainer Martin, 
daughter of Joseph Martin. 

FIRST MARRIAGE ^q^ 

Daniel Robinson Jackson 7- 9-1847 

Sarah E. (Galenton) Jackson 10-19-1848 

CHILD : 

512-Jennie L. Jackson 11-22-1867 



86 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Rachel Gainer (Martin) Jackson 7- 5-1857 

CHILDREN: 

513-Charles Mortimer Jackson 4-21-1878 

514-Hoy Brown Jackson 5-21-1880 

515-Daniel Alton Jackson 10-23-1881 

516-Mildred Martin Jackson 5- 6-1888 

517-Edna Jackson 5- 6-1888 

518-Vernon Fortney Jackson 9-21-1890 

519-Nyna Gertrude Jackson 4-28-1893 

520-George Dayton Jackson 4-29-1895 

DECEASED: DIED 

Sarah E. (Galenton) Jackson 3- 6-1876 

517-Edna Jackson 1888 

512-Jennie L. Jackson 10- 1-1892 

225-Daniel Robinson Jackson 7-14-1920 

Rachel Gainer (Martin) Jackson 9-23-1945 

They are buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, 
Kingwood, W.Va. 



228-MARY ISABEL JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-19-1879, Ephraim 
M. Menear, son of John W. and Mahal ia (McKelroy) Menear. 

Resided at Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Mary Isabel (Jackson) Menear 11-14-1854 

Ephraim M. Menear 4- 9-1850 

CHILDREN: (Record contributed by Virginia Lee Lehman) 

521-Daisy Menear 5-21-1880 

522-Charles Mortimer Menear 7-17-1881 

523-Clinton Thomas Menear 10-11-1884 

524-Bessie Ada Menear 11-30-1886 

525-Nellie Catherine Menear 5-18-1889 

526-Earl Jackson Menear 6-21-1892 

527-Jessie Edith Menear 2-13-1896 

DECEASED: DIED 

521-Daisy Menear 5-21-1880 



87 



522-Charles Mortimer Menear 
526-Earl Jackson Menear 

Ephriam M. Menear 
228-Mary Isabel (Jackson) Menear 

They are buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, 
Kingwwod, W.Va. 



11-12-1930 
3-22-1908 
5- 7-1911 

12-23-1942 



229 -GROVE CHADWICK JACKSON 
(81,25,4,1) 



Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1882, Virginia 
A, Menear, daughter of A.B. and Martha (Orr) Menear, 
Both were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
They resided at Kingwood, W.Va. 



Grove Chadwick Jackson 
Virginia A (Menear) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

528-Jesse J.Jackson 
529-Ross Carroll Jackson 
530-Nellie Verlinda Jackson 
531-Helen Virginia Jackson 

DECEASED: 

229-Grove Chadwick Jackson 

Virginia A. (Menear) Jackson 

Buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, 
Kingwood, W.Va. 



BORN 
12-13-1858 
1-14-1861 

7-25-1883 

6-30-1885 

4-12-1887 

11-11-1897 

DIED 
4- 3-1920 
2-11-1940 



230-ELMA JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co. , 
Penna. Married, 6-28-1838, Joseph Grove, born in Newark, 
Ohio. They lived in Ohio for about a year, and in 
1839 moved to Ottawa, 111., and settled on a farm 
where all their children were born. 



Elma (Jackson) Grove 
Joseph Grove 



BORN 
1-25-1816 

12-27-1806 



88 



CHILDREN: 

532-Jeremiah Grove 
533-Jesse Grove 
534-Lucian Grove 
535-EltnLra Grove 
536-David Grove 
537-Samantha Grove 
538-Mary Grove 
539-Minerva Grove 
540-John Grove 
541-Clara Emma Grove 



3-24-1839 
1-29-1841 
1-29-1842 
8-25-1844 

10-11-1846 
5- 8-1849 
8-10-1851 

10-12-1853 
6-29-1855 
6-10-1857 



DECEASED: 

539-Minerva Grove 

Joseph Grove 
230-Elma (Jackson) Grove 



DIED 
6- 1855 
12-27-1858 
l_iz^_1873 



231-SAMUEL JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 



Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co. , 
Penna. Married, 2-18-1841, Barbara Misner, daughter 
of D.M. and Milly (Hammond) Misner. They resided at 
Millington, 111. 



Samuel Jackson 

Barbara (Misner) Jackson 



BORN 
3-24-1819 
4- 5-1821 



CHILDREN: 

542-Minerva Jackson 
543-Harriet Jackson 
544-Herbert Jackson 



12-27-1841 

10- 6-1844 

7-29-1853 



232-MARY S. JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 



Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Married, 12-1-1839, Fletcher Misner, born 
in Hamilton Co,, Ohio, son of Henry and Barbara 
(Stoeker) Misner. Fletcher had followed the trade 
of Blacksmithing since 1857. 



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Mary S. (Jackson) Misner 
Fletcher Misner 

CHILDREN: 

5A-5-Charlotte M. Misner 
546-William J. Misner 



BORN 
8-20-1820 
10-16-1816 



12-21-1841 
3-27-1852 



234-JOSEPH JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Married Mary Emily Lewis, daughter of Huron 

and , (Blake) Lewis, of Newark, 111. Mary was 

born at Canastota, N.Y. Mary died and Joseph married 
for his second wife, Barbara Trumbo, born in Newark, 
Ohio, daughter of Mathias and Rebecca (Grove) Trumbo. 
Joseph was a general contractor and tile-maker, of 
Millington, 111, 



FIRST MARRIAGE 

Joseph Jackson 

Mary Emily (Lewis) Jackson 

CHILD: 

547-Lewis Blake Jackson 



BORN 
1- 5-1825 

9-24-1833 

5-7-1852 



SECOND MARRIAGE 
Barbara (Trumbo) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

548-Emily Isabel Jackson 
549-Edwin West Jackson 
550-Jesse Burton Jackson 

DECEASED : 

Mary Emily (Lewis) Jackson 
548-Emily Isabel Jackson 
550-Jesse Burton Jackson 



9-19-1829 



10- 4-1856 
7-25-1862 
7-15-1867 

DIED 
1_14_1855 
2- 5-1859 
2-19-1869 



90 

236-REBECCA JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Married, 5-14-1846, Hugh L. Hannah, born 
in Fayette Co., Penna., Son of James and Sarah 
(Gregg) Hannah. Hugh owned a large farm three miles 
from Milton, Ind. , Where he lived until he died. 
His father came fron Ireland. Rebecca married for her 
second husband, Joshua R, Holston, a farmer, 

BORN 
Rebecca (Jackson) Hannah 8-24-1829 

Hugh L. Hannah 1816 

CHILDREN: 

551-James William Hannah 8- 4-1849 

552-Samuel Eddy Hannah 4- 4-1854 

DECEASED: DIED 

551-James William Hannah 4-26-1857 

Hugh L. Hannah 3-30-1860 

237-WILLIAM SHARPLESS JACKSON 
(83,25,4,1) 

Born at the mouth of Redstone Creek, Fayette Co., 
Penna. Married, 5-22-1860, Mary A. Pendleton, daughter 
of Oliver and Mary Dennison (Southworth) Pendleton. 
William was educated in the district schools of 
Illinois and Indiana, and graduated from a St. Louis 
business college. After clerking in a store at Milling- 
ton, he moved, in 1857, to Wabash and was a book-keeper 
in a general store for some time. In 1859 he formed 
a business partnership with S.S. Kepler in general 
merchandising, and dealer in farm-products and agricul- 
ture-machinery. Having acquired considerable farming 
land and city property, they sold out the store in 1875. 
William was the founder of the Congregational Church 
at Wabash, and served as its clerk until his death. He 
was elected mayor of Wabash, and, in 1870, State Senator, 
in which office he was the leader of the opposition 
to the "Land Grant Appropriation Bill." He was called a 
strong temperance worker, and at the time of his death 



91 

was acting president of the Bank of Wabash, which 
was very successful under his management. Resided 
in Wabash, Ind, 

BORN 
William Sharpless Jackson 6-18-1832 

Mary A, (Pendleton) Jackson 12-19-1839 

CHILD: 

553-James Frederic Jackson 8-16-1861 

DECEASED: DIED 

237-William Sharpless Jackson 2- 8-1882 



243-JOSIAH JACKSON 
(86,29,7,1) 

Married (First wife), 2-19-1818, Fanny Stevenson, of 
Dutchess Co., N.Y. Married (Second wife), 2-26-1822, 
Mary Webb Abbott. Resided at Berwick, Pa. 

FIRST MARRIAGE 

BORN 

Josiah Jackson 5- 8-1791 

Fanny (Stevenson) Jackson 

CHILD: 

554-Frances Ann Jackson 11-18-1820 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Mary Webb (Abbott) Jackson 



CHILDREN: 

555-George Duggan Jackson (1) 4-15-1823 

556-Elizabelth Chapman Jackson 12-19-1824 

557-George Duggan Jackson (2) 4-16-1827 

558-Roxanna C. Jackson 10-26-1828 

559-Mary Webb Jackson 1- 8-1830 

560-Benjamin Rush Jackson 6-18-1832 

561-Dorman Abbott Jackson 3- 7-1835 

562-Emily Lillian Jackson 5-10-1837 

DECEASED: 

555-George Duggan Jackson (1) 4- 9-1825 

558-Roxanna C. Jackson 3-25-1829 

561-Dorman Abbott Jackson 9-11-1835 



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Mary Webb (Abbott) Jackson 
Fanny (Stevenson) Jackson 



6-23-1851 
3-25-1821 



244 -MARY JACKSON 
(86,29,7,1) 

Married, 1811, Col. George Duggan, of Toronto, Canada 
They resided in Canada. 



Mary (Jackson) Duggan 
George Duggan 

CHILDREN: 

563-Thomas Duggan 
564-Robert 0. Duggan 
565-Elizabeth Duggan 



DECEASED: 



244-Mary (Jackson) Duggan 
Col. George Duggan 



BORN 
12-20-1793 



9-24-1812 



DIED 
10-23-1853 



245-ELIZABETH JACKSON 
(86,29,7,1) 

Married, Samuel Jackson Chapman, of N.Y. Samuel was a 
soldier in the war of 1812, in the Second Regiment of 
New York Volunteers, under General Winfield Scott, 
then Colonel of the Regiment. He was wounded five times, 
and was a pensioner 41 years. In 1816-17 he engaged in 
mercantile business in Buffalo, N.Y., but in 1818 
moved to Illinois where he continued as a merchant for 
30 years. 



Elizabeth (Jackson) Chapman 
Samuel Jackson Chapman 

CHILDREN: 

566-Maria Louisa Chapman 
567-Lucretia A. Chapman 
568-Augusta Ursula Chapman 
569-Frank Jackson Chapman 



BORN 
5-23-1796 



1820 

1825 

1-17-1828 

8-22-1830 



93 



DECEASED: 

245-Elizabeth (Jackson) Chapman 

Samuel Jackson Chapman 



DIED 
12-30-1859 
4-16-1863 



252-ABIGAIL N. JACKSON 
(87,29,7,1) 



Married, 11-25-1830, Wister Parker, son of John and 
Hannah Parker. 



Abigail N. (Jackson) Parker 
Wister Parker 

CHILDREN: 

570-John Jackson Parker 
571-Samuel Jackson Parker 
572-Henry Parker 
573-Elizabeth Parker 
574-Mary S. Parker 
575-Henry Morris Parker 
576-Dillwyn Parker 
577-Ellen Bailey Parker 

DECEASED: 

572-Henry Parker 
573-Elizabeth Parker 
575-Henry Morris Parker 

Wister Parker 
252-Abigail N. (Jackson) Parker 



BORN 
9-13-1801 
7-28-1792 



8-25-1831 

1- 8-1833 
2-12-1834 
3-18-1835 
6-21-1836 
2-11-1838 
3-15-1840 

11-22-1841 

DIED 

2- 4-1835 
9-22-1835 

11- 1-1850 
6-18-1847 

3- 3-1874 



253-MARY S. JACKSON 
(87,29,7,1) 

Married, 6-11-1828, Joseph Lawrie, of Maiden Creek. 



Mary S. (Jackson) Lawrie 
Joseph Lawrie 

CHILD: 

578-William M. Lawrie 
DECEASED: 

Joseph Lawrie 



BORN 
11- 2-1805 



DIED 
8-30-1858 



94 



255-Mary S. (Jackson) Lawrie 



3-22-1865 



254-EVAN OWEN JACKSON 
(91,29,7,1) 

Born in Berwick, Pa. Married, 1824, Elizabeth Campbell, 
of Milton, Penna. 

BORN 
Evan Owen Jackson 7-19-1801 
Elizabeth (Campbell) Jackson 



CHILDREN: 

579-Mary Elizabeth Jackson 
580-Elisha Jackson 
581-Josiah Charles Jackson 
582-Rebecca Jane Jackson 
583-Evan Owen Jackson, Jr. 
584-Joseph Jackson 
585-Edwin F. Jackson 
586-Clara Priscilla Jackson 
587-John C. Jackson 
588-William C. Jackson 

DECEASED: 

579-Mary Elizabeth Jackson 
582-Rebecca Jane Jackson 
583-Evan Owen Jackson, Jr. 
584-Joseph Jackson 
586-Clara Priscilla Jackson 
587-John C. Jackson 
588-William C. Jackson 
254-Evan Owen Jackson 



1-17-1825 
12-18-1826 
12-13-1828 
7-29-1832 
3- 3-1836 
1-11-1839 
2-13-1842 
7-30-1844 
7-30-1844 
2-21-1847 

DIED 
2-12-1826 
9- 3-1832 
8- 4-1863 
5-13-1856 
1_14_1848 
7-31-1844 
1-25-1848 
1-24-1869 



257-MARY JANE JACKSON 
(91,29,7,1) 



Married, 12-31-1829, Joseph B. Darlington, of Pocopson, 
Chester Co., Penna. Resided at Pocopson, Penna. 



Mary Jane (Jackson) Darlington 
Joseph B. Darlington 



BORN 
12- 5-1808 




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CHILDREN: 

589-Elisha Darlington 
590-George Darlington 
591-Joseph J. Darlington 
592- Joseph Darlington 

DECEASED: 

591-Joseph J, Darlington 



5-25-1832 

9-15-1835 

7-25-1837 

12- 7-1846 

DIED 
11-28-1841 



272-ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
(106,33,8,1) 



Married, 12-4-1822, Robert H. Smith. 

Elizabeth (Williams) Smith 
Robert H. Smith 

CHILDREN: 

593-Daniel Smith 
594-John W. Smith 
595-Rebecca Smith 
596-Barclay Smith 
597-Sinclair Smith 
598-Ephraim Smith 
599-Joel J. Smith 
600-Robert Smith 
601-Jane Smith 
602-William D. Smith 

DECEASED: 

593-Daniel Smith 
601-Jane Smith 



BORN 
9- 8-1802 



9- 1-1823 
1- 1-1825 
12-16-1826 
1-25-1829 
5-19-1831 
9-28-1833 
4-11-1836 
3-11-1838 
3-18-1840 
4- 5-1842 

DIED 
7-21-1824 
3- 3-1841 



274-ANN WILLIAMS 
(106,33,8,1) 

Married, 3-12-1835, Samuel Cope, son of Abiah and Jane 
Cope. 



Ann (Williams) Cope 
Samuel Cope 



BORN 
8- 1-1805 



96 



CHILDREN : 

603-Daniel Cope 
604-Mary Ann Cope 
605-Abiah Cope 
606-MorrLS Cope 
607-David J. Cope 
608-Samuel M. Cope 

DECEASED: 

603-DanLel Cope 
607-David J. Cope 
608-Samuel M, Cope 



3- 9-1837 
5-25-1839 
4-24-1842 
5-20-1845 
6-20-1848 
6-20-1848 

DIED 
10- 7-1856 
8- 5-1849 
8- 1-1849 



276-SARAH WILLIAMS 
(106,33,8,1) 



Married, 6-8-1836, Nathan Hall. 

Sarah (Williams) Hall 
Nathan Hall 

CHILD: 

609-Josiah Hall 

DECEASED: 

276-Sarah (Williams) Hall 



BORN 
12-11-1808 



DIED 
7-21-1844 



278-JOHN EVANS JACKSON 
(108,33,8,1) 

Born in Robenson Twp. , Berks Co., Pa. Married, 1835, 
Maria Milnes, daughter of Joseph and Hannah (Crook) 
Milnes. Maria was born in Huddersf ield, England. 

BORN 

John Evans Jackson 

Maria ( Milnes) Jackson 2-11-1815 



CHILDREN: 

610-Elizabeth Ann Jackson 
611-Joseph Milnes Jackson 
612-David Evans Jackson 



4-10-1838 
2-18-1840 



613-Dyson Jackson 
614-Hannah Jackson 
615-Mary Ellen Jackson 

DECEASED: 

278-John Evans Jackson 

Maria (Milnes) Jackson 



97 

5- 2-1845 



DIED 
5-22-1895 
5-25-1895 



281 -JOS I AH JACKSON 
(111,33,8,1) 

Married, 4-23-1846, Lydia Ann Hoopes, daughter of 
Jabez and Mary (Jackson) Hoopes, 



Josiah Jackson 

Lydia Ann (Hoopes) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

616-Benjamin Jackson 
617-Samuel Jackson 

DECEASED: 

281-Josiah Jackson 

Lydia Ann (Hoopes) Jackson 



BORN 
12-27-1812 
3-15-1817 



DIED 
8- 9-1850 
5-19-1876 



2 8 3- JACKSON HUGHES 
(112,33,8,1) 

Married, 3-23-1848, Lydia Ann Battin, daughter of John 
and Amy Battin. Resided at West Chester, Penna. 



Jackson Hughes 

Lydia Ann (Battin) Hughes 

CHILDREN: 

618-Edwin C. Hughes 
619-William H. Hughes 
620-Mary E. Hughes 

DECEASED: 

618-Edwin C. Hughes 



BORN 
6- 7-1822 



2-23-1849 

12-11-1851 

9-11-1856 

DIED 
9-13-1850 



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285-ET.LIS HUGHES 
(112,33,8,1) 



Married, 4-25-1850, Ruth Doan, daughter of Thomas and 
Esther Doan. 



Ellis Hughes 

Ruth (Doan) Hughes 



BORN 
12-13-1825 



CHILDREN : 

621-Louisa Ellen Hughes 
622-Morris Hughes 
623-Susan Emma Hughes 
624-Joseph Jackson Hughes 
625-Esther Hughes 



3-16-1851 

5-13-1853 

6-11-1858 

10- 3-1867 

11-20-1869 



SEVENTH GENERATION 



289-WILLIAM HILLES 
(122,44,11,2,1) 

Married Elizabeth K. Reynolds, William served in the 
Civil War, and was taken prisoner in the battle of 
the Wilderness and died at the Andersonville prison, 
Georgia. 

BORN 
William Hilles 1- 5-1822 
Elizabeth K. (Reynolds) Hilles 

CHILDREN: 

626-Jesse K. Hilles 

627-Levi B. Hilles 

628-Mary Hilles 

629-Elizabeth Hilles 

630-Catherine Hilles 

631-Willie Hilles 

632-Benjamin Hilles 

DECEASED: DIED 

289-William Hilles ca-186V65 



291 -MARY A. HILLES 
(122,44,11,2,1) 



Married, 11-26-1846, Samuel Hilles, a first cousin, 



Mary A. (Hilles) Hilles 
Samuel Hilles 



BORN 
10-25-1825 
7- 6-1817 



CHILDREN: 

633-Charles Hilles 
634-Elizabeth Hilles 
635-Annie Hilles 



9_ 2-1847 
7- 3-1849 
9-28-1851 



(99) 



100 



636-EdwLn Hilles 
637-EphraLm Leake Hilles 
638-Samuel Wilson Hilles 
639-George K. Hilles 
640-William Hilles 
641-Mary Hilles 
642-Linford Hilles 
643-Nathan Hilles 

DECEASED: 

638-Samuel Wilson Hilles 
640-William Hilles 
641-Mary Hilles 
643-Nathan Hilles 



11-24-1852 
4-21-1855 
5-21-1857 
12- 4-1858 
12-28-1860 
5-25-1862 
9_ 4-1864 
1-12-1867 

DIED 
2- 9-1858 
4- 2-1861 
8-19-1863 
2-15-1868 



294-JOSIAH PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 5-23-1846, Mary Hunt, daughter of Thomas 
and Rachel Hunt, of Philadelphia. Mary's death was 
the result from injuries occasioned by an accident. 



Josiah Phillips 
Mary (Hunt) Phillips 

CHILDREN: 

644-Thomas Phillips 
645-Lizzie H. Phillips 
646-Clementine R. Phillips 
647-William H. Phillips 



BORN 
4-27-1810 
11-30-1821 



4_ 6-1847 

9_ 6-1849 

6- 6-1851 

11- 6-1854 



DECEASED: 

644-Thomas Phillips 
646-Clementine R. Phillips 
294-Josiah Phillips 

Mary (Hunt) Phillips 



DIED 

3_ 6-1848 

7-19-1872 

12- 6-1868 

4-14-1877 



296-LYDIA PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 4-29-1843, Hadley Pennock, son of Simon and 
Sarah Pennock, of Drumore, Lancaster Co. , Penna, 



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Lydia (Phillips) Pennock 
Hadley Pennock 

CHILDREN: 

648-Edward Pennock 
649-Wilson Pennock 
650-Granville Pennock 
651-Alfred Pennock 
652-Anna Mary Pennock 

DECEASED: 

648-Edward Pennock 

651-Alfred Pennock 

Hadley Pennock 



BORN 
1-28-1814 
10-16-1809 



5- 2-1844 
3-17-1846 
11-22-1848 
2- 5-1851 
6-28-1855 

DIED 
4-22-1870 
8- 9-1852 
2-15-1858 



297-MARY PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 1-2-1839, Pennock Marshall, son of Abraham 
and Alice Marshall, of E. Marlboro. Resided at West 
Chester, Penna. 



Mary (Phillips) Marshall 
Pennock Marshall 



BORN 
2-16-1816 
7-29-1806 



CHILDREN: 

653-Alice Marshall 
654-Charles Marshall 
655-Helen R. Marshall 
656-Clara Marshall 



3-27-1840 

6-30-1842 

10- 8-1844 

5_ 5-1847 



298-JOSEPH B. PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 6-20-1876, Anna Wright. No children. During 
the greater part of his life, was engaged in teaching, 
chiefly in Pennsylvania, and at one time, was the 
principal of Pottsville Seminary. He was a profound 
mathematician, and it was said of him that "prominent 
among the traits of his youth was a fondness for study, 
Of quick intellect, retentive memory and diligent 



102 

application, he ranked high as a scholar, though his 
modest and unassuming manner revealed to comparatively 
few the extent of his research or the sufficiency of 
his scholarship." Among the last testimonials to his 
worth, a contemporary, who knew him well, testified 
to his intelligence, affability, integrity and Christ- 
ian character, that he was a good man, a person of 
honor and worthy of the love and confidence of those 
who knew him. In 1857 failing health led him westward; 
first to Minnesota, and later to Tama County, Iowa, 
where he finally settled. He died at his residence in 
Tama Co, , Iowa. 

BORN 
Joseph B. Phillips 10-19-1819 
Anna (Wright) Phillips 

DECEASED: DIED 

298-Joseph B. Phillips 7- 3-1877 



299-JOHN B. PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 3-25-1856, Lydia Lewis, daughter of Nathan 
and Hannah Lewis, of West Chester, Penna. 

John B. Phillips settled in St. Paul, Minn., in 
1857, where he was a practising physician and also 
occupied an important post of trust and honor, being 
appointed on the "State Board of Examining Pension 
Surgeons," also filling the responsible position of 
"Commissioner of Statistics." In the pursuit of lib- 
eral education, he early exhibited an eager love of 
learning, both in literature and science, and more 
especially an enthusiastic and discriminating taste 
for music, and poetry and other kindred fine arts. 
In 1851 he entered the University of Pennsylvania 
and graduated in 1855. In the meantime he spent two 
years in Europe, studying in Heidelberg, Paris and 
Vienna. Dr. Phillips possessed qualities of high order, 
which with the geniality of his nature and comprehen- 
sive knowledge acquired through years of assiduous 
research won for him the confidence and unfeigned 
esteem of many friends. Note: Compiled principally 



103 



from obituary notices in leading Western journals. 



John B. Phillips 
Lydia (Lewis) Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

657-Percy B. Phillips 
658-Herbert Phillips 

DECEASED: 

299-John B. Phillips 

Lydia (Lewis) Phillips 



BORN 
3-23-1821 



1-10-1858 
9-25-1865 

DIED 
4-27-1877 
8-16-1870 



300-JAMES M. PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 9-16-1846, Mary Pusey, daughter of Jacob 
and Hannah Pusey, of Hockessin, Del. Resided at 
Avondale, Penna. 



James M. Phillips 
Mary (Pusey) Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

659-Norwood Phillips 
660-Lucy N. Phillips 
661-Charles Frederick Phillips 

DECEASED: 

659-Norwood Phillips 



BORN 

9- 6-1822 
12-24-1824 



2-26-1850 
3- 3-1851 
6-29-1855 

DIED 
10-26-1850 



302-EDITH B. PHILLIPS 
(123,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 9-25-1855, William Warren Woodruff, son of 
Jonathan and Leonora Woodruff, of Geneva, Ohio. 



Edith B. (Phillips) Woodruff 
William Warren Woodruff 

CHILDREN : 

662-Lucy E. Woodruff 



BORN 
12-10-1825 
2- 3-1825 

6-13-1858 



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663-WLlliam W. Woodruff 

DECEASED: 

302-Edith B. (Phillips) Woodruff 



7-31-1860 

DIED 
11-11-1864 



308-CLARKSON PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

His first marriage, 1-25-1849, Margaretta Pennington, 
daughter of John and Lydia Pennington, of Londongrove 
Twp,, Chester Co., Pa. His second marriage, 12-31-1863, 
Mary P. Fenton, daughter of John and Mary Fenton, of 
Prairie Grove, Henry Co. , Iowa, formerly of Frederick 
Co., Va. Resided at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 



Clarkson Phillips 

Margaretta (Pennington) Phillips 

CHILDREN: 

664-Henry C. Phillips 
665-Theodore Phillips 
666-Mary Ella Phillips 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Mary P. (Fenton) Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

667-Lucy R. Phillips 
668-James T. Phillips 
669-Isaac F. Phillips 
670-William P. Phillips 

DECEASED: 

Margaretta (Pennington) Phillips 
665-Theodore Phillips 



BORN 
9- 7-1813 



1-31-1850 
3- 3-1853 
8-10-1857 



11- 3-1835 

9-20-1864 
2- 5-1871 

12- 3-1872 
2-10-1875 

DIED 
11-12-1861 
5- 9-1853 



309-JAMES PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-18-1844, Frances Price, daughter of John 
and Susan Price, of Priceville, Md. James was an 
architect, and was killed by falling from the steeple 
of a church he was building in Burlington, Iowa. 



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James Phillips 

Frances (Price) Phillips 

CHILDREN: 

671-John J. Phillips 
672-Henry W, Phillips 
673-James W. Phillips 
674-Eli M. Phillips 

DECEASED: 

672-Henry W. Phillips 
309-James Phillips 



BORN 
12-25-1814 
4- 2-1821 



12-25-1844 
7-18-1846 
7-29-1849 
6-13-1853 

DIED 
4-29-1848 
7-23-1855 



310-SARAH ANN PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 10-10-1841, Daniel Matthews, son of Thomas 
and Jane Matthews, of Gunpowder, Baltimore Co., Md. 



Sarah Ann (Phillips) Matthews 
Daniel Matthews 

CHILDREN : 

675-Emma A. Matthews 
676-Joanna Matthews 
677-William T. Matthews 
678-Clarkson P. Matthews 
6 79 -Anna T. Matthews 
680-Virginia Matthews 
681-Charles Matthews 

DECEASED: 

677-William T. Matthews 
Daniel Matthews 



BORN 
9-15-1816 
5- 9-1799 



8-28-1842 
10-10-1843 
4-22-1845 
3-23-1846 
8-29-1848 
11-27-1849 
2-23-1851 

DIED 
6-24-1845 
7-17-1873 



311 -I. NEWTON PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 10-23-1855, Mary Lloyd, daughter of Charles 
and Ann Lloyd, of Penn Township, Chester Co. , Pa. 
Resided at Pomeroy, Penna. 



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I. Newton Phillips 
Mary (Lloyd) Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

682-William B. Phillips 
683-Charles C. Phillips 
684-Hettie L. Phillips 
685-Morris F. Phillips 
686-Willie G. Phillips 

DECEASED: 

682-William B. Phillips 



BORN 
9-20-1818 
6-30-1830 

2- 3-1859 
6- 1-1860 
6-11-1864 

3- 5-1867 
9- 3-1868 

DIED 
6-13-1859 



312-ELIZABETH W. PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 12-9-1851, Isaac Pusey, son of Jonathan and 
Sarah Pusey, of Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna, 



Elizabeth W. (Phillips) Pusey 
Isaac Pusey 

CHILDREN : 

687-Edmund Franklin Pusey 
688-William J. Pusey 
689-Morris J, Pusey 
690-Mary L. Pusey 

DECEASED: 

687-Edmund Franklin Pusey 
688-William J» Pusey 
Isaac Pusey 



BORN 
2-26-1821 
12- 9-1824 

11- 3-1852 
4- 3-1854 

11-26-1855 
2-26-1858 

DIED 
8-17-1853 
5-17-1874 
1- 6-1859 



313-MARY R.PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-8-1856, John Parker, son of Thomas and Jane, 
Parker, of Philadelphia. 

BORN 
Mary R. (Phillips) Parker 9- 6-1824 

John Parker 5- 4-1828 



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CHILDREN : 

691-Charles Mercer Parker 12-30-1856 

692-Enimett Newton Parker 5-12-1859 

693-Anna Trimble Parker 8-11-1861 

DECEASED: DIED 

693-Anna Trimble Parker 5-24-1869 

John Parker 10-24-1862 



314- ISAAC PHILLIPS 



(124,45,19,4,1) 

He was first married, 5-1-1851, to Jemima Vickers, of 
Baltimore, Md. His second marriage, 5-21-1864, to 
Lavina Vancise, No children by second marriage. Resided 
at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 

BORN 
Isaac Phillips 12-15-1826 

Jemima (Vickers) Phillips 4-17-1826 

Lavina (Vancise) Phillips 9-22-1839 

CHILDREN: 

694-William B. Phillips 1- 1-1856 

695-Walter J. Phillips 6-16-1857 

696-Anna Belle Phillips 6-16-1859 

DECEASED: 

696-Anna Belle Phillips 9-10-1860 

Jemima (Vickers) Phillips 11-19-1861 

Lavina (Vancise) Phillips 9-12-1874 



31 6- JOSEPH T. PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 10-30-1856, Mary E. Pusey, daughter of Jonathan 
and Sarah Pusey, of Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co. , Pa. 
Res. (1875) near West Grove, Penna. 

BORN 
Joseph T. Phillips 11-25-1830 

Mary E. (Pusey) Phillips 11-15-1831 

CHILDREN : 

697-Calvin J. Phillips 10- 5-1857 



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698-Anna T. Phillips 
699-M. Ida Phillips 



4-17-1859 
10-12-1860 



517-REBECCA J. PHILLIPS 
(124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-13-1858, Ellis P. Moore, son of Gainer and Mary 
C. Moore, of Philadelphia. Res. (1875) Philadelphia, Pa. 



Rebecca J. (Phillips) Moore 
Ellis P. Moore 

CHILDREN : 

700-Mary H. Moore 
701-Anne Moore 
702-Ellis P. Moore, Jr. 



BORN 
6- 9-1856 
3-29-1829 

8_24-1860 
6-20-1862 
9-16-1870 



319-AMY CHAMBERS 
(125,45,19,4,1) 

Married 10-13-1841, George Sharpless, son of Joshua and 
Philadelphia Sharpless, of Chester Co., Pa. Resided at 
West Marlboro, Chester Co. , Penna. 



Amy (Chambers) Sharpless 
George Sharpless 

CHILDREN : 

703-Deborah Sharpless 
704-Joshua Sharpless 
705-Mary Sharpless 
706-Lydia Sharpless 
707-Joseph C. Sharpless 
708-Edith Sharpless 
709-John P. Sharpless 

DECEASED: 

703-Deborah Sharpless 



BORN 
9-15-1811 
5- 5-1809 

8-15-1842 
11-11-1843 

8-10-1845 

8-10-1845 
12-21-1847 

3- 4-1850 
11-15-1851 

DIED 
2- 6-1843 



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521-MAHLON CHAMBERS 
(125,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 5-16-1838, Elizabeth Lamborn, daughter of Thomas 
and Phebe Lamborn, of New Garden. 

BORN 
Mahlon Chambers 4-26-1814 

Elizabeth (Lamborn) Chambers 8- 1-1816 



CHILDREN : 

710-Thomas L. Chambers 
711-Phebe A. Chambers 
712-Phillip Chambers 
713-Hobson Chambers 

DECEASED: 

3 21 -Mahlon Chambers 
713-Hobson Chambers 



3- 5-1840 
5-15-1842 
1-31-1845 
4-19-1847 

6- 2-1849 
4-18-1856 



322- JOSEPH P. CHAMBERS 
(125,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 11-22-1849, Jael Cooper, daughter of Joseph and 
Sarah Cooper, of Sadsbury Twp. , Chester Co., Pa, Joseph 
inherited his father's farm in New Garden Twp., Chester 
Co. , Penna, 

BORN 
Joseph P. Chambers 12-12-1820 

Jael (Cooper) Chambers 6-24-1824 



CHILDREN : 

7 14- James C. Chambers 
715-Deborah P. Chambers 
716-Sarah B. Chambers 
717-Joseph C. Chambers 
718-Charles P. Chambers 



5- 5-1851 
12-14-1854 
9-27-1856 
9_ 1-1859 
9- 1-1859 



325-ANNA PHILLIPS 
(127,45,19,4,1) 



Married, 12-15-1842, Alexander Neave, son of Thompson and 
Elizabeth Neave, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Anna (Phillips) Neave 
Alexander Neave 

CHILDREN : 

719-Isaac P. Neave 
720-William Neave 
721-Elizabeth M. Neave 
722-Sarah. Neave 
723-Edward P. Neave 
724-Frank M. Neave 
725-Albert A. Neave 
726-Emma Neave 
727-Hattie L, Neave 



BORN 
4-12-1818 
2-18-1822 

9-28-1844 
3-11-1846 
12-18-1848 
7-21-1850 
8- 6-1852 
9-23-1854 
7-16-1856 
3-23-1859 
5-28-1861 



DECEASED: 

719-Isaac P. Neave* 
722-Sarah Neave 
724-Frank M. Neave 
727-Hattie L. Neave 

*Killed in United States gun-boat Udine, 
on the Tennessee River. 



DIED 

10- 3-1864 

10-27-1855 

8-26-1855 

4-16-1864 



326-DEBORAH PHILLIPS 
(127,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 9-16-1847, Thomas M. Harvey, son of Samuel and 

Esther Harvey, of Penn Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna, 

BORN 
Deborah (Phillips) Harvey 9-21-1820 
Thomas M. Harvey 

CHILD: 

728-Anna P. Harvey 



DECEASED: 

326-Deborah (Phillips) Harvey 



DIED 
8- 7-1853 



3 27- BENJAMIN PHILLIPS 
(127,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 11-3-1853, Phebe M, Moore, daughter of Gainer 
and Mary C. Moore, of Philadelphia. 



Ill 



Benjamin Phillips 

Phebe M. (Moore) Phillips 

CHILDREN: 

729-Edward Phillips 
730-Charles Henry Phillips 
731-William M. Phillips 

DECEASED: 

729-Edward Phillips 

Phebe M. (Moore) Phillips 



BORN 
11-21-1823 
9- 2-1826 

10-31-1854 
3-14-1859 
9-17-1861 

DIED 
-1876 
7-28-1871 



328-SARAH F. PHILLIPS 
(127,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 9-5-1854, Samuel Harper, son of John and Mary- 
Harper, of London Britain Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. 



Sarah F. (Phillips) Harper) 
Samuel Harper 

CHILDREN : 

732-Horace J, W. Harper 
733-J. C. B. Harper 
734-B. Franklin Harper 
735-1. Phillips Harper 
736-Anna M. Harper 

DECEASED: 

732-Horace J. W. Harper 
Samuel Harper 



BORN 
2-26-1830 
9-15-1827 

2-29-1856 
8-17-1858 
1-12-1861 
2- 6-1867 
2- 1-1870 

DIED 
3-31-1857 
9- 7-1872 



332-HENRY C. PHILLIPS 
(129,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 4-19-1860, Catherine J. McGill, daughter of 
Jonathan and Mary W. McGill, of Solebury, Bucks Co., 
Penna. Resided at Philadelphia, Penna. 

BORN 
Henry C.Phillips 9- 8-1833 

Catherine J. (McGill) Phillips 9- 2-1833 

CHILDREN : 

737-Caroline Phillips 1-29-1861 

738-George Chapman Phillips 7-30-1862 



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739-Ryland Warriner Phillips 
740-Howard Magill Phillips 

DECEASED: 

737-Caroline Phillips 



6- 6-1866 
10-18-1868 

DIED 
8- 6-1861 



355-ROBERT R. PHILLIPS 
(129,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 5-25-1865, Maria L. Clayton, daughter of Jacob 
and Hannah Clayton, of Philadelphia. Resided at German- 
town, Penna. 

BORN 
Robert R. Phillips 5- 7-1835 

Maria L. (Clayton) Phillips 5-20-1842 

CHILDREN : 

741-Mary C. Phillips 8- 7-1867 

742-Lizzie T. Phillips ' 1-18-1870 

743-Jennie C. Phillips 10-18-1872 



339-PUSEY WILSON 
(134,49,19,4,1) 



Married 12-18-1851, Rebecca Pusey, daughter of Abner and 
Mary Pusey, of Londongrove Twp. , Chester Co., Pa. Resided 
at Moorestown, N.J. 



Pusey Wilson 

Rebecca (Pusey) Wilson 

CHILDREN ; 

744-Elizabeth P. Wilson 
745-Theodore Wilson 
746-Ida Mary Wilson 
747-Helen Fithian Wilson 
748-Mary Rebecca Wilson 
749-Sarah Huston Wilson 

DECEASED: 

746-Ida Mary Wilson 



BORN 

3- 8-1827 
10- 3-1829 

4- 5-1853 
2-25-1855 
3-23-1857 

12- 5-1862 

2-19-1865 

12- 6-1867 

DIED 
8-18-1860 



113 



343-EPHRAIM WILSON 
(134,49,19,4,1) 



Married, 11-15-1866, Maria E. Dixon, daughter of John and 
Mary Dixon, of Kennett Twp. , Chester Co., Pa, Res. (1875) 
Hockessin, Del. 

Ephraim Wilson 

Maria E. (Dixon) Wilson 

CHILDREN: 

750-Charles S. Wilson 
751-Samuel D. Wilson 
752-Mary S. Wilson 

DECEASED: 

Maria E. (Dixon) Wilson 



10- 
9- 


BORN 
-10-1836 
- 8-1836 


4- 
10- 
12- 


-10-1868 

- 7-1869 

- 4-1871 




DIED 
1873 



349-EDWIN P. JACKSON 
(137,51,19,4,1) 



Married, 2-19-1859, Mary J. Yeatman, daughter of John and 
Rebecca Yeatman, of Penn Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Edwin 
served four years in the war between the states. 

BORN 
Edwin P. Jackson 9_ 4-1828 

Mary J. (Yeatman) Jackson 10- 8-1840 



CHILD: 

753-Emma Jackson 

DECEASED: 

349-Edwin P. Jackson 

He died in Brooklyn, N.Y. 



10-25-1859 

DIED 
7-24-1866 



350- ISAAC P. JACKSON 
(137,51,19,4,1) 



Born in Cecil Co. , Md. , where he lived the greater part 
of his life. Married, 6-20-1867, Phebe A. Paxson, daugh- 
ter of Timothy and Martha Paxson, of Sadsbury, Lancaster 
Co., Penna. Resided in Penn Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 



114 



Isaac P. Jackson 

Phebe A, (Paxson) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

754_Anna R. Jackson 
755-William Jackson 
756-Joseph P. Jackson 
757-Martha P. Jackson 

DECEASED: 

755-William Jackson 



BORN 
3-19-1831 
3-29-1835 

6-23-1868 

10-14-1869 

6-25-1871 

8-23-1875 

DIED 
8- 3-1870 



353-JAMES J. BRINTON 
(138-51,19,4,1 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married in 1845 
Elizabeth H. Lewis, daughter of Elijah and Martha (Harmer) 
Lewis. Elizabeth was born at a Coatesville, Penna. James 
was a farmer and lived near Christiana his entire life. 

BORN 
James J, Brinton 12-25-1824 

Elizabeth H. (Lewis) Brinton 12-25-1822 



CHILDREN : 

758-Emma Brinton 
759-Henry Brinton 
760-Samuel L. Brinton 
761-Alfred Brinton 
762-Howard Brinton 
763-Edwin P. Brinton 
764-Clara Brinton 

DECEASED: 

Elizabeth H, (Lewis) Brinton 
353-James J. Brinton 

Buried in Barts Friends* Burying- 
ground. 



11_ 7-1846 
2- 2-1848 
5-18-1849 

12-20-1852 
4-15-1854 
5-19-1861 
6-29-1863 

DIED 
9-21-1873 
4- 7-1891 



355-LEWIS BRINTON 
(138-51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
4-7-1856, Mary L. Boak, daughter of John and Elizabeth 



115 



Boak, of Rochester, Beaver Co,, Penna. Resided at Christ- 
iana, Pa. 



Lewis Br in ton 

Mary L. (Boak) Brinton 

CHILDREN: 

765-Rilla W. Brinton 
766-Charles Edgar Brinton 
767-Walter Brinton 
768-Lydia Susan Brinton 

DECEASED: 

355-Lewis Brinton 



BORN 
5-19-1829 
10-28-1839 

1-10-1857 
3-25-1860 
9-28-1863 
1-26-1869 

DIED 
5-26-1883 



35 6- CYRUS BRINTON 
(138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
2-12-1857, Rebecca Whitson, daughter of Thomas and 
Martha (Hobson) Whitson, of Lancaster Co., Penna. 
Resided in Christiana, Penna. 

BORN 
Cyrus Brinton 12-28-1830 

Rebecca (Whitson) Brinton 2- 3-1832 



CHILDREN : 

769-Francis W. Brinton 
770-Thomas Luther Brinton 
771-William Haslam Brinton 
772-Anna H. Brinton 
773-Martha Alice Brinton 

DECEASED: 

Rebecca (Whitson) Brinton 
356-Cyrus Brinton 



11-29-1857 
9-27-1860 
3-24-1864 
2-23-1867 

12-30-1873 

10-29-1903 
2- 9-1917 



357-MARY ANN BRINTON 
(138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co. , Penna. Married, 
6-20-1861, Thomas Stubbs, son of Vincent and Mary 
England (Haines) Stubbs, of Fulton Twp. , Lancaster 
Co. , Penna. 



116 



Mary Ann (Brinton) Stubbs 
Thomas Stubbs 

CHILDREN: 

774-Lewis Kirk Stubbs 
775-Slater Russell Stubbs 

DECEASED: 

357-Mary Ann (Brinton) Stubbs 
Thomas Stubbs 
Buried at Penn Hill, Lancaster Co. 



BORN 
9-26-1833 
7-14-1826 

6-28-1862 
6-28-1862 

5-29-1916 
4- 3-1896 
Penna. 



35 8- WILL LAM P. BRINTON 
(138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
2-14-1867, Mary E. Cooper, daughter of Mark P. and 
Sidney (Conard) Cooper, of Lampeter Twp. , Lancaster 
Co. , Penna. William served as Lieutenant of Volunteers 
in the Civil War. He was a resident of Christiana all 
of his life, living on the old homestead. He was an 
active member of the Horticultural Society for many years, 
He was a Friend, and a man of sterling integrity, 

BORN 
William P. Brinton 10-20-1835 

Mary E. (Cooper) Brinton 3-29-1842 



CHILDREN : 

776-Lucy C. Brinton 
777-Maurice J. Brinton 
778-Anna S. Brinton 
779-Alice Brinton 
780-Estella Brinton 
781-Ethel Brinton 

DECEASED: 

Mary E. (Cooper) Brinton 
358-William P. Brinton 



1-15-1868 
2-22-1870 
6-12-1873 
8- 5-1875 
6-24-1879 

DIED 
1903 
5- 6-1917 



370-REBECCA J. JACKSON 
(142,51,19,4,1) 



Married, -1870, Amos E. Todd, son of Levi and Mary Ann 



117 



Todd, of Cecil Co. , Md, 



Rebecca J. (Jackson) Todd 
Amos E. Todd 

CHILDREN : 

782-Benton L. Todd 
783-Margaret Jackson Todd 



BORN 
5-27-1846 



4- 4-1871 
11-24-1872 



572-JOSIAH J. GRAVES 
(144,52,19,4,1) 

Married, 1-11-1844, Rebecca Barnes, daughter of William 
and Sarah Barnes, of Chester Co., Pa. Resided at Phil- 
adelphia. 

BORN 
Josiah J. Graves 4- 5-1823 
Rebecca (Barnes) Graves 



CHILDREN: 

784-Mary Lizzie Graves 
785-Edith W. Graves 
786-Howard L. Graves 
787-Bayard T. Graves 
788-Jacob B. Graves 
789-Frank P. Graves 
790-Ella P. Graves 
791-Edward Graves 
792-Luther Graves 
793-Sallie Florence Graves 

DECEASED: 

784-Mary Lizzie Graves 
789-Frank P. Graves 



2-23-1845 
1_ 3-1847 
4-11-1850 
5-22-1852 
2-17-1854 
4-25-1858 
9-21-1860 
9-21-1860 
9-12-1862 
3-24-1864 

DIED 
8- 7-1855 
6- 9-1861 



379-HARVEY GRAVES 
(144,52,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-25-1864, Salina D. Pierson, daughter of Amos 
and Ruhaney Pierson. Harvey was a paper manufacturer. 
Resided in West Nottingham Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna. 



118 



Harvey Graves 

Salina D. (Pierson) Graves 

CHILDREN : 

794-Fred P. Graves 
795-William Lea Graves 
796-Lillian Graves 

797-Edith R. Graves 
798-Everett Graves 



BORN 
7- 4-1838 



5- 2-1865 
10-15-1867 
1-19-1872 
8-31-1875 
8-31-1875 



381-HANNAH H. WAY 
(145,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
3_14_1839, James T. Pyle, son of John and Amy (Pennock) 
Pyle, of E, Marlboro Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 

BORN 
Hannah H. (Way) Pyle 9-20-1820 

James T. Pyle 12-19-1816 



CHILDREN: 

799-Josiah W. Pyle 
800-Amy Pyle 
801-Clara Pyle 
802-J. Howard Pyle 
803-James Ellsworth Pyle 
804-Homer Way Pyle 

DECEASED: 

381-Hannah H. (Way) Pyle 



3-14-1842 
3_ 4-1846 
3-20-1848 
8- 3-1855 
7-17-1861 
1-29-1864 

DIED 
8-11-1881 



384-PHEBE ANN WAY 
(145,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Twp, , Chester Co. , Penna, 
2-24-1854, David Larkin. 

Phebe Ann (Way) Larkin 
David Larkin 

CHILD: 

805-A son 



Married 



BORN 
9-24-1827 



2-22-1856 



119 



DECEASED: 

384-Ph.ebe Ann (Way) Larkin 
805-A son 



DIED 
2-28-1856 



385-RUTH T. WAY 
(145,52,19,4,1) 

Born in East Marlboro Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married 
in Philadelphia by Mayor Gilpin, 12-1-1852, James Hood, 
born in Lancaster Co. , Penna. son of Thomas and Margaret 
(Dickinson) Hood, 

BORN 
Ruth T. (Way) Hood 9-22-1829 

James Hood 7-25-1825 



CHILDREN : 

806-Mary Ella Hood 
807-Richard Hood 
808-William R. C. Hood 

DECEASED: 

807-Richard Hood 



9_ 6-1854 
8- 3-1858 
3_ 4-1866 

DIED 
5-19-1861 



390 -JACOB H. WAY 
(145,52,19,4,1) 



Born in E. Marlboro Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married 
4-8-1866, Rachel Ann Pugh, daughter of Abner and Charlotte 
(Michener) Pugh. Jacob was a graduate of Jefferson Medi- 
cal College, 1866, and Hahnemann Medical College, 1872. 
He resided in Nebraska City, Neb., 1866 to 1874; at West 
Chester, Penna., 1875 to 1883; moved to Atlantic City, 
N.J. , but in 1886 was going to Arizona to settle. He 
was a practising physician. 

BORN 
Jacob H. Way 3- 2-1841 
Rachel Ann (Pugh) Way 



CHILDREN : 

809-Charlotte M. 
810-Joy Way 
811 -Abner P. Way 
812-Mary Way 



Way 



2-24-1867 
11-20-1870 
11- 7-1876 
11-20-1880 



120 



DECEASED: 

810-Joy Way 
812-Mary Way 



DIED 
12-14-1872 
8-24-1886 



391 -ELIZA WAY 
(145,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 
12-28-1865, Edward G. Broomell, born in Oxford Twp., 
Chester Co. , Penna, , son of Isaac and Rachel H. 
(Wilkinson) Broomell. Resided at Christiana, Penna. 

BORN 
Eliza (Way) Broomell 7-19-1843 

Edward G. Broomell 2-22-1841 



CHILDREN : 

813-Charles Melvin Broomell 
814-Alice May Broomell 
815-Infant Son 
816-Pauline Broomell 
817-Miriam Broomell 
818-Alice Way Broomell 

DECEASED: 

813-Charles Melvin Broomell 
814-Alice May Broomell 
815-Infant Son 
817-Miriam Broomell 



3- 1-1868 
10-10-1871 
9-18-1875 
2- 6-1877 
8- 3-1879 
11-28-1882 

DIED 

5- 1-1874 

4-19-1874 

9-18-1875 

12-23-1880 



392-JOSIAH JACKSON 
(146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at Kennett Square, Penna. Married, 12-25-1860, Mary 
Price, daughter of John and Catherine (Detwiler) Price. 
Josiah was Professor of Mathematics at Pennsylvania State 
College, and was noted for having inaugurated engineering 
training at this college. He served in the Civil War. 
He was Captain of Co. "G" , 175th Regiment of Pennsylvania 
Infantry, He returned to Chester Co. , and settled at 
Kennett Square. Penna, 



121 



Josiah Jackson 

Mary (Price) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

819-Helen Jackson 
820-Dugald Caleb Jackson 
821-John Price Jackson 
822-Williain Benjamin Jackson 

DECEASED: 

392-Josiah Jackson 

Mary (Price) Jackson 



BORN 
2-14-1830 
1836 

5-21-1862 

2-13-1865 

9-27-1868 

6-23-1870 

DIED 

1893 

1904 



393-MARY G. JACKSO N 
(146 52,19,4,1) 

Born at Kennett Square, Penna. Married, 4-18-1865, 
Franklin Darlington, son of Joshua and Eliza (Mercer) 
Darlington, of East Whiteland, Chester Co., Penna. 

BORN 
Mary G. (Jackson) Darlington 9- 6-1831 

Franklin Darlington 8-18-1827 

CHILDREN : 

823-Frederic Darlington 4-23-1867 

824-Phillip Jackson Darlington 9- 4-1869 



394-RUTHANNA JACKSON 
(146,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Chester Co., Penna. Married, 9-18- 
Miles Cravath, born at Homer, N.Y. , son of 
Betsey (Northway) Cravath, of St. Charles, 
Cravath was president of Fisk University. 
Brooklyn, N.Y, 

Ruthanna (Jackson) Cravath 
Erastus Miles Cravath 

CHILDREN : 

825-Paul D. Cravath 
826-William J. Cravath 
827-Bessie N. Cravath 
828-Erastus M. Cravath 



■1860, Erastus 
Orin and 
Minn. Mr. 
Resided in 

BORN 
11-12-1833 
7- 1-1833 

7_14-1861 
6- 4-1866 
9_ 7-1868 
8-24-1872 



122 

DECEASED: DIED 

826-William J. Cravath 1-24-1874 



597-HANNAH JACKSON 
(146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at Kennett Square, Penn. , where she received her 
education. She attended the Eaton Academy, from which 
she was graduated. Stiortly after leaving the Academy 
she volunteered her services for the instruction of the 
colored children at Kennett Square, taught them for three 
years, and then became a teacher in a grammer school. 

She was married, 11-29-1863, to Capt, Joseph 
D, Price, who was at the time of their marriage serving 
as Second Lieutenant of the 6th. Pennsylvania calvalry. 
Captain Price served three years and three months in the 
Civil War. He was at Chattanooga, and with Sherman in 
the "March to the sea," and was detailed to exchange 
prisoners at the confederate prison at Andersonville, 
Georgia. He was once wounded but continued in active 
service until the end of the war. After the war he went 
to Kansas, where he engaged extensively in stock-raising. 
He was gored by one of his cows, causing his untimely 
death. 

After her husband* s death, Mrs. Price returned 
from Kansas, with her four small children, to Kennett 
Square, Penna. , and taught school for a number of years. 
In 1878 she entered the Women s Medical College at Phil- 
adelphia, and graduated in the class of 1881. After her 
graduation she became assistant physician at the Women* s 
Hospital, Philadelphia. In 1882 she moved to Chester, 
Penna. , and in a short time had built up a successful 
practice. Member of the Upland Baptist Church. 

BORN 

Hannah (Jackson) Price 2-14-1842 

Joseph D. Price 1837 
CHILDREN: 

829-Catherine D. Price 11-29-1865 

830-Mary J. Price 6-28-1867 

831-John Caleb Price 8-25-1871 

832-Joseph D. Price, Jr. 12-28-1872 



123 



DECEASED: 

Joseph D. Price 
832-Joseph D. Price, Jr. 



DIED 
7-29-1872 
9-17-1873 



398-GALEB H. JACKSON 
(146,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Square, Penn. Married, 9-17-1868, Anna B, 
Taylor, daughter of Huson and Rebecca (Brinton) Taylor, 
of E. Marlboro, Twp, , Chester County, Penna. After the 
death of his first wife Caleb married, 2-3-1876, Sarah 
H. Taylor, a sister of his first wife. Resided 
Baldwin, Dauphin Co. , Penna. 



Caleb H. Jackson 

Anna B. (Taylor) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

833-Alice Rebecca Jackson 1 

834-Huson Taylor Jackson 1 

835-Caleb Samuel Jackson 



m 

BORN 
5-14-1844 



0-29-1869 
2-25-1870 
5- 9-1872 



SECOND MARRIAGE 



Sarah H. (Taylor) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

836-Nanna Jackson 
837-Edith Jackson 
838-Reginald Jackson 

DECEASED: 

Anna B. (Taylor) Jackson 



4-29-1877 
5-26-1881 
3- 5-1883 

DIED 
1-25-1873 



399-ALICE E. JACKSON 
(146,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Square, Penna. Married, 1-20-1870, John 
T. Chambers, son of John P. and Hannah (Thompson) Chambers, 
of Kennett Square, Penna. 

BORN 
Alice E. (Jackson) Chambers 3-24-1847 

John T. Chambers 3-11-1842 



124 



CHILDREN: 

839-John T. Chambers, Jr 
840-Rosamond Chambers 



11-28-1870 
1- 3-1875 



AOO-MARY R. JACKSON 
(147,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Chester Co., Penna. Married, 2-15-1855, Joseph 
H, Brosius, son of Mahlon and Mary Brosius, of Oxford 
Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna. Resided at Octoraro, Lancaster 



Co, , Penna, 



Mary R. (Jackson) Brosius 
Joseph H. Brosius 

CHILDREN : 

841-Elnora Brosius 
842-Idella Brosius 
843-Anna Mary Brosius 

DECEASED: 

842-Idella Brosius 



BORN 
7- 4-1830 
3-25-1830 

11-19-1855 
3-12-1857 
6-27-1861 

DIED 
9-16-1885 



402-ELIZA JACKSON 
(147,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Chester Co., Penna. Married 6-23-1855, Thomas 
Baker, son of Lewis and Dinah (Jackson) Baker, of 
Londongrove Twp. , CHiester Co. , Penna. 



Eliza (Jackson) Baker 
Thomas Baker 

CHILDREN : 

844-Abbie Baker 
845-Allison Baker 
846-James Eugene Baker 
847-Lewis Baker (1) 
848-T, Xanthus Baker 
849-Lewis Baker (2) 
850-Lydia Janretta Baker 

DECEASED: 

847-Lewis Baker (1) 
850-Lydia Janretta Baker 



BORN 
5- 7-1834 
7-13-1822 

10- 2-1856 
3- 4-1858 
11-22-1859 
12-11-1864 
7-10-1868 
1-31-1870 
7- 8-1872 

DIED 
12-23-1864 
7-20-1873 



125 



405-WILLIAM L. JACKSON 
(147,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Bart Twp. , Lancaster Co. , Penna. 
1865, Lydia W. Walker, daughter of George 
Walker, of Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., Penna, 

William L, Jackson 

Lydia W. (Walker) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

851-Walter Jackson 
852-Hannah Jackson 
853-James H, Jackson 
854-Mary F, Jackson 
855-Elsie L. Jackson 
856-Jesse W, Jackson 

DECEASED: 

851-Walter Jackson 



Married, 3-16- 
and Hannah 

BORN 
3-15-1839 
12-26-1842 

2- 5-1867 
11-13-1869 

1-22-1872 

7-19-1874 
11-31-1876 

7-23-1878 
DIED 

2-20-1867 



40 6- THOMAS ELL WOOD JACKSON 
(147,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Bart Twp., Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 8-17- 
1867, Annetta Lucella Williams, daughter of Owen and 
Sarah Ann Williams, of Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., Pa. 
Thomas was a farmer. Resided in Bart Twp. , Lancaster 
Co. , Penna. 

BORN 
Thomas Ellwood Jackcon 9- 5-1842 

Annetta Lucella (Williams) Jackson 5-14-1841 



CHILDREN : 

857- James Norwood Jackson 
858-Thomas Baker Jackson 
859-Tessie Jackson 
860-Owen E, Jackson 

DECEASED: 

859-Tessie Jackson 
860-Owen E. Jackson 



8-17-1869 
2-11-1871 
8-11-1875 
1-26-1878 

DIED 
8-11-1875 
3- 6-1878 



126 



40 7- JAMES JOSIAH JACKSON 
(147,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Bart Twp. , Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 1-9- 
1872, Josephine Davis, daughter of Abner and Abigail 
(Andrews) Davis, of Upper Oxford, Chester County, Penna. 
After his parents* death in 1881, James became the owner 
of the old homestead in Bart Twp., Lancaster Co., Penna 

BORN 
James Josiah Jackson 
Josephine (Davis) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

861-Abner Davis Jackson 

862-Abigail Jackson 

863-Otley Ellwood Jackson 

864-Bertha Kirkwood Jackson 

865-Ralph Garfield Jackson 

866-Jennetta Josephine Jackson 
DECEASED: 

407-James Josiah Jackson 

Josephine (Davis) Jackson 



11_ 4-1843 
3_16-1849 

1- 1-1873 

6-15-1874 

1- 5-1876 

9-29-1877 

5-21-1880 

12-27-1884 

DIED 

1929 

1932 



408-ANNA JACKSON 
(148,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Married, 8-9- 
1849, Robert A, Jackson, son of William and Rachel (Lemon) 
Jackson, of Lower Oxford Twp., Chester Co., Penna. Re- 
sided at Elk Neck, Cecil County, Md. 



Anna (Jackson) Jackson 
Robert A. Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

867-William Andrew Jackson 
868-John Howard Jackson 
869-Elizabeth Jane Jackson 
870-Robert Armstrong Jackson 
871-Washington Monroe Jackson 
872-Frampton Clarence Jackson 
873-Emma Eugene Jackson 
874-Oliver McCollough Jackson 
875-Idella May Jackson 



BORN 
3-23-1831 
5-19-1824 

6- 3-1850 

11- 8-1851 

7-27-1853 

7-13-1855 

11-10-1857 

10- 7-1859 

8-27-1862 

9-28-1865 

9-30-1870 



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409-WILHELMINA JACKSON 
(148,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Kennett Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 2-20- 
1855, Howard H. Jackson, son of William and Rachel (Lemon) 
Jackson, of Lower Oxford Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 
Wilhelmina was living (1875) at Landenberg, Chester Co., 
Penna. 

BORN 

Wilhelmina (Jackson) Jackson 8-16-1833 

Howard H. Jackson 9_ 5-1830 
CHILD: 

876-Alfred H. Jackson 5-29-1857 
DECEASED DIED 

Howard H. Jackson 5-11-1866 



410-EDITH CLAYTON 
(149,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Chester Co. , Pa. Married, 10-14-1875, Wesley W. 
Vance, eon of Washington and Rachel (Russell) Vance, of 
Uwchlan Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna. 

BORN 

Edith (Clayton) Vance 6-15-1844 

Wesley W. Vance 12-18-1843 

CHILDREN: 

877-Ira W. Vance 9-20-1878 

878-Austin C. Vance 5-13-1881 

879-Edith Vance 10-19-1882 

DECEASED: DIED 

878-Austin C. Vance 7-25-1881 



412-JOSIAH J. CLAYTON 
(149,52,19,4,1) 



Born in Chester Co., Pa. Married, 2-5-1874, Anna M. 
Thomas, daughter of Davis and Sarah A. (Weaver) Thomas. 
Josiah was a miller. Resided at Londonderry, Penna. 

BORN 
Josiah J. Clayton 9-29-1847 

Anna M. (Thomas) Clayton 11-25-1849 



128 



CHILDREN : 

8 80-E Stella Ruhaney Clayton 
881-Theodore Ellwood Clayton 
882-Clifford Davis Clayton 
883-Anna May Clayton 

DECEASED 

883-Anna May Clayton 



6-18-1875 

3-14-1877 

10-15-1878 

8-27-1883 

DIED 
7-16-1884 



414-EDWARD P. WILSON 
(150,53,19,4,1) 



Married, 7-2-1866, Lucy C. Munson, Daughter of Rufus and 
Lavina Munson, of Steuben Co. , N, Y. 



Edward P. Wilson 

Lucy C. (Munson) Wilson 

CHILDREN : 

884-Rufus M. Wilson 
885-Adelaide Wilson 



BORN 
11- 1-1841 
10-19-1848 

5-18-1867 
1-17-1869 



415-ALICE J. WILSON 
(150,53,19,4,1) 

Married, 3-11-1869, James M. Good, son of Benjamin and 

Sarah A. Good, of Bucks Co., Penna. Resided in St. Louis, 

Mo. 

BORN 

Alice J. (Wilson) Good 1-30-1844 

James M. Good 1-12-1842 

CHILDREN: 

886-Jane S. Good 12-18-1871 

887-Mary W. Good 5-22-1873 

DECEASED: DIED 

887-Mary W. Good 6-27-1873 



129 



4 20 -MARY S. JACKSON 
(151,54,19,4,1) 



Married, 3-11-1868, Frank Pyle, son of Cyrus and Mary M. 

Pyle, of Wilmington, Del. Resided in California. 

BORN 
1-19-1847 
6- 8-1846 



Mary S. (Jackson) Pyle 
Frank Pyle 

CHILDREN: 

888-Gertrude C. Pyle 
889-Amelia S. Pyle 
890-Frank Pyle, Jr. 



2- 5-1869 
3-19-1871 
1-17-1873 



423-ALICE JACKSON 
(151,54,19,4,1) 

Born 7-12-1863. Unmarried. She received her education 
attending the preparatory school in Swarthmore, and upon 
her graduation, she entered Swarthmore College, and grad- 
uated with the class of 1883. She was employed on the 
teaching staff in A.H, Tomlinson*s preparatory school of 
Swarthmore, Penna, 



437-JULIA JACKSON 



(158,56,21,4,1) 



Born in Schenectady, N.Y. Married, 6-29-1865, Samuel T. 
Benedict. Resided in Schenectady, N.Y. 



Julia (Jackson) Benedict 
Samuel T. Benedict 

CHILDREN : 

891-Mariette Benedict 
892-William Jackson Benedict 
893-Russell Benedict 



BORN 
1-28-1838 



5-17-1866 
8-31-1869 
7-14-1874 



438-ELIZABETH HART JACKSON 
(158,56,21,4,1) 



Born in Schenectady, N.Y. Married, 4-20-1865, Samuel Betts 
Lawrence. Resided in Schenectady, N.Y. 



130 



Elizabeth Hart (Jackson) Lawrence 
Samuel Betts Lawrence 

CHILDREN : 

894-Gertrude Jackson Lawrence 
895-Angelica Hamilton Lawrence 



BORN 
5- 8-1842 



6-11-1866 
1-31-1873 



439-MARY JEROME JACKSON 
(159,56,21,4,1) 

Born in Syracuse, N.Y. 4-21-1837. In 1871 she established 
"Keble School" for girls at Syracuse, N.Y, , which from 
that time has continued to be successfully conducted 
under her superintendence, and it ranks among the note- 
worthy or first-class institutions of learning in our 
country. 



440 -EMMA JEROME JACKSON 
(159,56,21,4,1) 

Born in Syracuse, N.Y. Married, 12-27-1864, Smith Gurney 
Lapham. Mr. Lapham was the editor of the newspaper en- 
titled "Syracuse Courier". Res. Syracuse, N.Y. 

BORN 
Emma Jerome (Jackson) Lapham 4-25-1846 
Smith Gurney Lapham 

CHILDREN: 

896-William Gray Lapham-lst. 1-11-1866 

897-Annie Lapham 7- 5-1867 

898-William Gray Lapham- 2nd. 11- 6-1870 

DECEASED: DIED 

896-William Gray Lapham-lst. 9-10-1866 



441 -SUSANNA MASSEY 
(166,61,21,4,1) 



Married, Joseph Lea. 

Susanna (Massey) Lea 
Joseph Lea 



BORN 

1823 



131 



CHILDREN : 

899-Anna M. Lea 
900-Florence Lea 
901-Frances Lea 
902-Bertha Lea 
903-Gertrude Lea 
904-Marion Lea 

DECEASED: 

900-Florence Lea 



1844 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1851 
1861 

DIED 
1850 



442-EMMOR MASSEY 
(166,61,21,4,1) 

Married, 1856, Marion Y. Lehman. 

Emmor Massey 

Marion Y, ( Lehman) Mass ey 

CHILD: 

905-Susan Massey 



BORN 
1825 



1857 



444-ROBERT V. MASSEY, JR. 
(166,61,21,4,1) 



Married, 1854, Julia W. Pratt, 

Robert V. Massey, Jr. 
Julia W. (Pratt) Massey) 

CHILDREN : 

906-Anna Massey 
907-Celeste D. Massey 



BORN 
1830 



1855 
1860 



453-ANNA MEREDITH LEWIS . 
(178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 10-31-1854, Erastus 
Wentworth, born in Stonington, Conn., son of Erastus and 
Esther (Slates) Wentworth. 



132 

Following her marriage to Erastus Wentworth, 
they sailed to China as missionaries of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, in January 1855, and she died in 
Foochow, China, October 2,1855, leaving an infant daugh- 
ter. Their child was sent back to America, and adopted 
by her grandparents, Joseph J. Lewis and wife. The 
Wentworth Home for women at West Chester, Penna. , was 
founded by her daughter, Anna, and named in honor of her 
mother. (See Anna Lewis Wentworth). 

BORN 
Anna Meredith (Lewis) Wentworth 6-11-1829 

Erastus Wentworth 8- 5-1813 

CHILD: 

908-Anna Lewis Wentworth 8-12-1855 

DECEASED: DIED 

453-Anna Meredith (Lewis) Wentworth 10- 2-1855 

Buried in Foochow, China. 



454-LETITIA MINER LEWIS 
(178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 5-22-1856, Wayne 
MacVeagh. Wayne graduated from Yale in 1853. He was 
Attorney-General of the United States in Garfield* s 
cabinet. He was third cousin of Abraham Lincoln, and 
was with him on the train that carried them from Washing- 
ton to Gettysburg where the president made his famous 
Gettysburg speech. The incident was published in 
Scribner»s Magazine. 

On this train were many government officials 
and politicians who created a great hubbub especially 
while the train was going through the tunnel in Balti- 
more, Being lighted only by crude oil-lamps, the inter- 
ior of the train was thrown in deep gloom when it entered 
the tunnel, and the darkness and noise inspired Lincoln 
to tell one of his famous stories. 

"This reminds me," said the President, accord- 
ing to MacVeagh* s version of the incident, "of an old 
Negro who was riding a mule along a lonely road one night 
in a thunderstorm. With the lightning flashing and the 



133 

thunder rolling, the mule stumbled and threw the rider 
headlong into a swamp. Pulling himself together, the old 
Negro prayed. "0 Lord, if it would suit you quite as 
well, it would suit me a powerful sight better if we 
could have a little more light and a little less noisej" 

BORN 
Letitia Miner (Lewis) MacVeagh 10- 1-1831 

Wayne MacVeagh 4-19-1833 

CHILDREN: 

909-Lincoln MacVeagh 7- 4-1858 

910-Charles Miner MacVeagh 6- 5-1860 

DECEASED: DIED 

454-Letitia Miner (Lewis) MacVeagh 6-21-1861 



45 6-CHARLTON THOMAS LEWIS 
(178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. He married for his first 
wife, 7-25-1861, Nancy D, McKeen, daughter of Joseph and 
Elizabeth McKeen, of Brunswick, Maine. Nancy died in 
1883, and he married for his second wife, 6-30-1885, 
Margaret P. Sherrard of Michigan. 

Charlton was a graduate of Yale in 1853; Ph. D. 
University of City of New York; LL.D. Harvard; Professor 
of Mathematics, State Normal University of Illinois 1856- 
1857; Prof. Greek, Troy University 1858-1861; Deputy 
Commissioner Internal Revenue U.S. 1863-1864; practiced 
law in New York; President State Charities Aid Associa- 
tion N. J. ; author Latin dictionaries and books on 
history; Managing editor of New York Evening Post 1870- 
1871; Secretary of the Chamber of Life Insurance 1871- 
1874. He was made chairman of the Prison Association of 
New York and made many trips to European countries in the 
interests of the association. Resided at Morristown, 
N.J. 

BORN 
Charlton Thomas Lewis 2-25-1834 

Nancy D. (McKeen) Lewis ca-1841 

CHILDREN: 

911-Joseph McKeen Lewis 7-26-1863 

912-Charlton Miner Lewis 3- 4-1866 

913-Elizabeth Dike Lewis 8- 5-1872 



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914-Mary S. Lewis 



1876 



SECOND MARRIAGE 



Margaret P. (Sherrard) Lewis 

CHILDREN : 

915-Margaret Alice Lewis 
9 16- James McKeen Lewis 

DECEASED: 

911-Joseph McKeen Lewis 

Nancy D. (McKeen) Lewis 
45 6- Char It on Thomas Lewis 



4-27-1886 

12-27-1887 

DIED 

4-29-1887 

1883 

5-26-1904 



457-JOSEPHINE JACKSON LEWIS 
(178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 4-21-1859, Stephen 
Paxson Darlington, born at West Chester, Pa,, son of 
William and Catherine (Paxson) Darlington, Resided at 
West Chester, Penna, 



Josephine Jackson (Lewis) Darlington 
Stephen Paxson Darlington 

CHILDREN : 

917-Catherine Paxson Darlington 
918-Wayne MacVeagh Darlington 
919-Frederick William Darlington 
920-Mary Lewis Darlington 

DECEASED: 

920-Mary Lewis Darlington 
457-Josephine Jackson (Lewis) Darlington 
Stephen Paxson Darlington 



BORN 
3- 9-1836 
4-23-1836 

8- 4-1860 

10-16-1862 

8- 9-1864 

3- 9-1866 

DIED 
3- 9-1887 
1910 
3-11-1915 



Buried in Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, Penna. 



461-ALICE CATHERINE LEWIS 
(178,64,21,4,1) 



Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 11-2-1865, Charles 
T. Murphy, of Philadelphia, Penna, 



135 



Alice Catherine (Lewis) Murphy- 
Charles T. Murphy 

CHILDREN : 

921-Georgia Kelton Murphy 
922-Alice L. Murphy 
923-Willie Alda Murphy 
924-Charles Thornton Murphy 
925-Lewis Murphy 
926-Josephine Murphy 
9 27- Char It on Lewis Murphy 



BORN 
5-13-1846 



8-26-1866 
3-12-1868 

12-31-1870 
3-18-1872 

10-16-1874 

1879 



463-WILLIAM H. LEWIS 
(183,64,21,4,1) 

He married, 1-20-1859, Adelia R. Tibben. 

William H, Lewis 

Adelia R, (Tibben) Lewis 

CHILDREN: 

928-John T. Lewis 
929-Emma Edelia Lewis 
930-William J. Lewis 
931-Minnie Lavalette Lewis 



BORN 
10- 3-1836 
4- 6-1836 

1-29-1860 

10-23-1861 

9-24-1863 

2- 9-1866 



479-GEORGE B. JACKSON 
(204,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Fayette County, Penna. He was a soldier in the 
war between the States, His military discharge certifi- 
cate, now in possession of his daughter, Mrs. Emma C. 
Zinn, reads as follows: "KNOW YE, That George B. Jackson, 
a Private of Captain George Furst, Company A, First 
Regiment of Virginia Light Artillery, who was enrolled 
on the Twenty Seventh day of September, One thousand 
Eight Hundred and Sixty one, to serve Three years or 
during the war, is hereby discharged from the service of 
the United States, this Eighteenth day of January 1865, 
at Charleston, West Virginia, by reason of Expiration 
of term of Service. 



Said George B. Jackson was born in Fayette 



136 

County, in the State of Pennsylvania, is twenty-two years 
of age, five feet ten inches high, fair complexion, gray 
eyes, auburn hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a 
farmer. 

Given at Charleston, West Virginia, this 
Eighteenth day of January, 1865, 

Geo. Fur St, Captain, 
Battery A, 1st West Va. , 
Light arty. Battery" 

He married, February 18th, 1875, Lizzie Taylor. He was 
a farmer. Resided at Gladesville, Preston County, W. Va. 

BORN 
George B. Jackson 7- 3-1839 

Lizzie (Taylor) Jackson 11- 8-1846 

CHILDREN: 

932-Winfield Jackson 1-13-1876 

933-Emma C. Jackson 10-29-1877 

934-John C. Jackson 3-26-1880 

935-Benjamin F. Jackson 7-16-1882 

936-Adeline Jackson 2- 3-1885 

937-Maggie Jackson 5-12-1887 

DECEASED: DIED 

935-Benjamin F. Jackson 7-29-1882 

937-Maggie Jackson 2-13-1889 

479-George B, Jackson 1916 

Lizzie (Taylor) Jackson 9-21-1926 

Buried in the Gladesville Cemetery, Preston 
County, W. Va. 



483-ANNA GiANS 
(206,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Morris Cross-Roads, near Fairchance, Penn. 
Married to William Irvin Protzman. Resided at Easton, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Anna (Cans) Protzman 2- 1-1832 

William Irvin Protzman 7-17-1831 



137 



CHILDREN: 

938-Ethelbert Jolliffe Protzman 
939-Olive Rebecca Protzman 
940-Lowell Mason Protzman 
941-Herschel Whitehouse Protzman 
942-Spurgeon Holmes Protzman 
943-Justice Protzman 
944_Elizabeth Anne Protzman 
945-Alfred Lincoln Protzman 
946-Kathryn Naomi Protzman 
947-Hattie Florence Protzman 
948-Jesse Boardman Protzman 

DECEASED: 

943-Justice Protzman 
483-Anna (Cans) Protzman 
William Irvin Protzman 



10- 6-1851 

11- 9-1852 
5-10-1854 
8-20-1856 
6-10-1858 
5- 1-1860 
4-28-1862 

11-30-1864 
9- 6-1867 
8-20-1870 
4-23-1879 

DIED 
Infancy 
6-15-1906 
5-23-1912 



485- JOHN D. CANS 
(206,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Morris Cross-Roads, near Fairchance, Penna. 
Married Sarah Williams. Resided at Smithfield, Penna. 

BORN 

John D. Cans 5-14-1834 

Sarah (Williams) Cans 

CHILDREN: 

949-Mary A. (Mollie) Cans 

950-William G. Cans 

951-Ernest Cans 

DECEASED: DIED 

485-John D. Cans 5-14-1904 



487-ELIZABETH CANS 
(206,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Fox River, LaSalle County, Illinois. Married, 
1-29-1857, Jeremiah Joseph, son of John and Sarah 
(Sinclair) Joseph. Resided in Monongalia County, W.Va. 

BORN 
Elizabeth (Cans) Joseph 6- 5-1837 

Jeremiah Joseph 9-16-1836 



138 

CHILDREN: 

952-Leander Willey Joseph 10-31-1857 

953-Layton Douglas Joseph ll- 9-1859 

954-Charles McClelland Joseph 7- 1-1862 

955-Laura Edith Joseph 9-16-1864 

956-George Mortimer Joseph 3-28-1867 

957-Lenore Joseph 12- 2-1871 

DECEASED: DIED 

953-Layton Douglas Joseph 9- 4-1863 

954-Charles McClelland Joseph 9-15-1863 

487-Elizabeth (Cans) Joseph 7- 9-1907 

Jeremiah Joseph 2- 7-1922 

Buried in Mount Union Cemetery, Morgantown, W. Va. 



49 2- JOHN JOSIAH JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

His place of birth was not found in any of the records 
searched, but circumstances and other known factors indi- 
cate he was born at Ice's Ferry in "Cheat Neck," near 
Morgantown, W. Va. His mother died when he was an in- 
fant and her parents took him into their home to rear. 
He Lived with them until he was a small lad. In 1849 
his father married again and took up his residence at 
Silver Hill, W.Va. Rumors had reached his father that 
his child was not being properly cared for and he made 
a special trip to "Cheat Neck" to get his son, who was 
then taken into his father's home at Silver Hill and 
made a member of the family. 

Married, 2-27-1868, Lydia Ann Cain, Born near Glen Easton, 
W.Va., daughter of John and Ann Elizabeth (Earlyvine) 
Cain. They were married by Reverend Harrison Yoho; wit- 
nesses to the ceremony were John Sear and his wife, 
Martha Sear. 

At an early age he started to work helping his 
father on the farm and also worked with him cutting and 
logging timbers. He learned to be a carpenter under his 
father and became skilled in the trade, however, he de- 
voted most of his time to farming and timber work. In 
1885, in company with his brother Orange, moved to 



139 



Smithfield, W.Va, , where they were ej:igaged on a construc- 
tion job. On completion of this work they settled on a 
farm in this vicinity and operated it in partnership. 
Later his brother decided to return to Silver Hill, but 
John remained at Smithfield and made it his permanent 
residence. He continued to follow the carpenter trade, 
built a number of residential houses in the town of 
Smithfield, but later devoted most of his time to farm- 
ing. 

His life was that of a devoted Christian. He 
was a student and teacher of the Bible and always con- 
ducted family prayers in his home. He was struck and 
fatally injured by a street car at Tiltonsville, Ohio, 
April 13, and died four days later, April 17, 1917. 

BORN 
John Josiah Jackson 2-11-1847 

Lydia Ann (Cain) Jackson 4- 8-1845 

CHILDREN: (Bible Record) 

958-Charles Leonard Jackson 
959-Sarah Elizabeth Jackson 
960-Thursa Jackson 
961-Katie Asneth Jackson 
962-Enos Perry Jackson 
963-Lindsay Elmus Jackson 
964-Joseph L. Jackson 
965-Noah Alexander Jackson 
966-Josiah Jackson 
967-Priscilla Jackson 
968-Carrie Olive Jackson 



2-27-1869 
6- 1-1870 

11-25-1871 

11-11-1874 
1-19-1876 

11-28-1878 
3_15-1881 
5-12-1882 
5-23-1884 
4-14-1886 

12-13-1889 



DIED 

3-18-1881 

5-23-1884 

12-21-1911 

4-17-1917 



DECEASED: 

964-Joseph L. Jackson 
966-Josiah Jackson 

Lydia Ann (Cain) Jackson 
49 2- John Josiah Jackson 

The two infant children, Joseph L. and Josiah, 
were buried in the Cain private family Cemetery, 
Silver Hill, W. Va. Lydia Ann and John Josiah 
are buried in the Barker Cemetery, Smithfield, 
W. Va. 



140 

493-EPHRAIM BANNING JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 1-17-1878, Caroline 
Davis, born in Wheeling, W.Va., daughter of Joseph and 
Anne (English) Davis, of West Alexander, Penna. Joseph 
Davis was born about 1821, died 3-18-1884. Anne English 
was born 1-14-1828, died 5-14-1890. They were married 
7_1_1846. 

Ephraim lived on a farm in Wetzel County, West 
Virginia with his father before he was married. He had 
learned the carpenter trade working as an apprentice with 
his father. After his marriage he settled in Bridgeport, 
Ohio, where he was employed as a skilled carpenter. 

BORN 
Ephraim Banning Jackson 1-18-1850 

Caroline (Davis) Jackson 3- 6-1860 

CHILDREN: 

969-Charlie Jackson 12-28-1878 

970-Anna Mae Jackson 9-24-1884 

971-Asa Banning Jackson 10-11-1886 

972-Maggie Jackson 8- 1888 

973-Maude Jackson 2-19-1890 

974-Walker Ephraim Jackson 7_17-1894 

DECEASED: DIED 

969-Charlie Jackson 12- 3-1881 

972-Maggie Jackson 8-14-1889 

493-Ephraim Banning Jackson 3-15-1895 

Caroline (Davis) Jackson 6-11-1929 

All are buried in the Weeks Cemetery, Bridgeport, 
Ohio, except Charlie Jackson, believed to have 
been buried at West Alexander, Penna, 



494-THURSA J. JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 10-22-1869, Zadock 
M. Simmons, born in Silver Hill, W.Va. 

A tribute and testimony taken from "the Life and Ministry 
of W.W. Roberts of Thursa J. Simmons" is as follows: 



141 

" I am again called upon to chronicle the death 
of another one of God's faithful ones who has crossed the 
stormy tide and has anchored in the haven of repose. The 
subject of this sketch; Sister Thursa Simmons vas born 
May 1st. 1851; married October 22, 1869, immersed into 
Christ, July 9, 1885, by brother J. W. Arnold. Fell 
asleep in Jesus April 9th, 1891, leaves behind to mourn 
their loss a husband, three sons and one daughter. The 
two eldest children and husband are worthy members of 
the Church of Christ. 

" I had the pleasure of being personally ac- 
quainted with her, and can say that I believe her to be 
•an Israelite indeed in whom there is no guile*. The 
family have our sympathy and prayers in their afflic- 
tion." 



Resided near Silver Hill, W.Va. 



Thursa J. (Jackson) Simmons 
Zadock M. Simmons 



BORN 
5- 1-1851 



CHILDREN: 

975-Homer Lee Simmons 9-22-1870 

976-Ada Simmons 7-11-1872 

977-Hiram B. Simmons 6-16-1876 

978-Ira Simmons 6- 1-1881 

DECEASED: DIED 

494-Thursa J. (Jackson) Simmons 4- 9-1891 

Zadock M. Simmons 

Buried in the Mt. Joy Cemetery, near Silver 
Hill, W.Va. 



495-ASA ALONZO JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 1874, Martha Jane 
Strosnider, born in Wetzel County, W.Va. No children. 
Martha Jane was married again, in 1880, to Jacob Hatfield, 
She died January 20, 1932. 

BORN 
Asa Alonzo Jackson 11-22-1853 

Martha Jane (Strosnider) Jackson 4-25-1852 



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DECEASED: 

982-Frances Jackson 
497-Luth.er Lee Jackson 

Mary (Stewart) Jackson 



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DIED 
11-26-1883 
8-22-1919 
12-25-1926 



Luther Lee Jackson died in Sioux City, Iowa, and 
was buried there. 



500- JOSEPH OSCAR JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 3-26-1886, Melissa 
Long, daughter of Jeremiah and Lucinda (Kirkpatrick) 
Long. He was a carpenter by trade, but devoted most of 
his time to farming and operating a saw-mill. He was a 
Baptist. Resided on Lynn Camp Run, near Silver Hill, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Joseph Oscar Jackson 9- 2-1865 

Melissa (Long) Jackson 11-16-1851 

CHILDREN: 

986-Arthur Jackson 10- 2-1887 

987-Felix Pyles Jackson 7-10-1889 

988-Beatrice Jackson 8-22-1891 

DECEASED: DIED 

500-Joseph Oscar Jackson 11-13-1906 

Melissa (Long) Jackson 4-17-1935 

Buried in Rice Ridge Cemetery, Board Tree, W.Va. 



501 -SAMUEL JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 11-20-1887, Atha Ann 
Marshall, born on Lynn Camp Run, Wetzel County, W. Va, 
Samuel was a carpenter by trade, but specialized in cabi- 
net-making. He also operated a saw and planing-mill. 
Resided in Marshall County, W.Va. Atha was a widow for 
61 years. She died in her 93rd year. 

BORN 
Samuel Jackson 5-12-1868 

Atha Ann (Marshall) Jackson 7-22-1864 



144 

CHILDREN: 

989-Donald Perry Jackson 8-24-1888 

990-Charlotte Elizabeth Jackson 8-14-1890 

991-Viola Lavernia Jackson 11- 2-1895 

DECEASED: DIED 

501-Samuel Jackson 11- 9-1895 

Atha Ann (Marshall) Jackson 12- 5-1956 

Samuel was buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, 
Silver Hill, W.Va. Atha Ann was buried in 
East Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va. 



50 2- VI OLA JACKSON 
(210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 9-15-1889, William 
M. White, born on Bowman Run, Marshall Co., W. Va. , son 
of William Morgan and Eliza Mae (Miller) White. They 
owned and lived on a farm of 54 acres, near Silver Hill, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Viola (Jackson) White 2-21-1872 

William M. White 4-21-1854 

CHILDREN: 

992-Winona Mae White 8- 1-1890 

993-Velma Orlena White 10-12-1892 

994-Cecil Truman White 4-18-1900 

DECEASED: DIED 

William M. White 8-14-1938 

502-Viola (Jackson) White 5- 6-1940 

Buried in Macedonia Cemetery, Silver Hill, W.Va. 



505-MINNIE VANONA JACKSON 
(220,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1883, Spurgeon 
Holmes Protzman, son of William I. and Anna (Cans) 
Protzman. Spurgeon was a teacher in the public schools 
of Monongalia County, W.Va., for about three years. He 
studied for the ministry and became an ordained Baptist 
Minister. His first church was at Glen Easton, Penna. 
He was the Chaplain at the State penitentiary in 
Moundsville, W.Va., during the years 1895 to 1897. 



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Resided at Morgantown, W.Va. 

BOM^ 

Minnie Vanona (Jackson) Protzman 9-15-1866 

Spurgeon Holmes Protzman 6-10-1858 

CHILDREN : 

995-Winifred Belle Protzman 2-29-1884 

996-Robert Leslie Protzman 2- 6-1887 

997-Virginia Estella Protzman 5-28-1889 

998-Margarette Protzman 7_ 7-1891 

999-Edith Protzman 4-29-1893 

1000-Frederick Protzman 7- 7-1895 

DECEASED: DIED 

1000-Frederick Protzman 12-22-1910 

Spurgeon Holmes Protzman 3-21-1904 

503-Minnie Vanona (Jackson) Protzman 3-21-1934 

Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, near 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



504- OLIVER FLEMING JACKSON 
(220,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va, Married, 12-2-1901, Dora R. 
Turner, daughter of G.W. and Mary (DeMoss) Turner. Dora 
was born in Independence, W.Va. Oliver followed the cabi- 
net-making trade, but devoted part time to Blacksmi thing 
and Farming. He was a Methodist. Res. of widow (1960) 
Route 4, Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Oliver Fleming Jackson 6-15-1874 

Dora R. (Turner) Jackson 12- 4-1881 

CHILD: 

1001-Mary Elizabeth Jackson 8- 3-1916 

DECEASED: DIED 

504-Oliver Fleming Jackson 2-26-1944 

Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, near 
Morgantown, W.Va. 



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5Q5-MARTHA ELIZA JACKSON 
(221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 6-28-1883, Joseph E. 
Watts, born in Morgantown, W.Va, Resided at Morgantown, 

W. Va. 

BORN 
Martha Eliza (Jackson) Watts 2-13-1858 

Joseph E. Watts 7- 9-1843 

CHILDREN : 

1002-Eva May Watts 5-18-1884 

1003-Lydia Lulu Watts 4-12-1888 

DECEASED: DIED 

Joseph E. Watts 9- 5-1907 

505-Martha Eliza (Jackson) Watts 3-21-1944 

Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va, 



510-FLORA BELLE JACKSON 



(221,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married Jacob Luther Shisler. 
Resided at Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 

Flora Belle (Jackson) Shisler 1-11-1867 

Jacob Luther Shisler 

CHILDREN: 

1004-James Leroy Shisler 

1005-Bessie Pearl Shisler 5-30-1888 

1006-Emery Earl Shisler 7-17-1891 

1007-Curtis Laman Shisler 

1008-Asa Ewin Shisler 

1009-Levada Clifton Shisler 5- 8-1899 

1010-Kenneth Dacre Shisler 

DECEASED: DIED 

1004-James Leroy Shisler 

1007-Curtis Laman Shisler 

1008-Asa Ewin Shisler 

1010-Kenneth Dacre Shisler 

510-Flora Belle (Jackson) Shisler 3- 8-1905 

Jacob Luther Shisler 4-16-1934 



147 

513-CHARLES MORTIMER JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 9-29-1909, Virginia 
Dare Brand, daughter of William Harrison and Phoebe 
(Gordon) Brand. 

Charles graduated from the Kingwood High School 
in 1895. He was a teacher in the public schools of 
Preston County for a number of years. Following his 
teaching career, he opened and operated a hardware store 
in Kingwood. In 1903 he built his factory and shop in 
Kingwood to carry on his trade as a Tinner and Plumber, 
and at the age of eighty-two years is active in this 
business. Charles formed the first volunteer fire depart- 
ment in Kingwood. He was recorder for the city for four 
years and served one year as councilman. He is a member 
of the Knights of Pythias and a member of the Grand Lodge, 
Member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Res. (1960) 
10 Center St., Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Charles Mortimer Jackson 4-21-1878 

Virginia Dare (Brand) Jackson 4-17-1876 

CHILDREN: 

1011-Margaret Jackson 12-29-1912 

1012-Charles Emory Jackson 3- 2-1914 

1013-Gladys Jane Jackson 8-22-1917 

DECEASED: DIED 

1011-Margaret Jackson 12-29-1912 

Buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



514-HOY BROWN JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 10-4-1906, Edna Lenhart, 
daughter of William L. and Lula B. (Conner) Lenhart. 

Mr. Jackson spent the early part of his life in 
the schools of Kingwood, after which he learned the 
carpenter trade. This avocation was followed three 
years, then he became a salesman in life insurance work, 
but in 1906 he changed his business again, this time 



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taking a clerkship in a general store, and later took 
over the management. He was appointed Postmaster, 
May 1, 1906, and later was employed by the Preston 
County Light and Power Co. Hoy was a member of the 
Knights of Pythias and Modern Woodmen. Resided at 
Kingwood, W. Va. 

BORN 
Hoy Brown Jackson 5-21-1880 

Edna (Lenhart) Jackson 9-23-1888 

CHILDREN: 

1014-James William Jackson 7-24-1907 

1015-Lucile Maxine Jackson 8-31-1910 

lOlD-Louise Edna Jackson 10-12-1912 

DECEASED: DIED 

514-Hoy Brown Jackson 12-23-1948 

Edna (Lenhart) Jackson 2-11-1958 

Buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



515-DANIEL ALTON JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. He married Jessie Spahr , daughter 
of Jesse and Rebecca (Gibson) Spahr. No Children. 

BORN 
Daniel Alton Jackson 10-23-1881 

Jessie (Spahr) Jackson 10-16-1878 

DECEASED: DIED 

515-Daniel Alton Jackson 9- 2-1941 

Buried in the Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



516-MILDRED MARTIN JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 11-7-1907, Maurice L. 
Jackson, son of John and Susan (Mason) Jackson. Res. 
(1960) 111 Morgantown St., Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Mildred Martin (Jackson) Jackson 5- 6-1888 

Maurice L. Jackson 12-29-1882 



149 

CHILDREN: 

1017-John Robert Jackson 12-18-1908 

1018-William Edward Jackson 11-19-1912 

1019-Susan Rachel Jackson 9-25-1914 

DECEASED; DIED 

516-Mildred Martin (Jackson) Jackson 8-29-1952 
Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



518-VERNON FORTNEY JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 10-4-1936, Louise Almira 
Her shrtian, daughter of Elmer R. and Jennie Lynn (Rosier) 
Hershman. 

Vernon attended public school in Preston County 
and graduated from Kingwood High School in 1910. He is 
a skilled technician and followed many trades during his 
employment career. He first worked in the Manchester 
Power House in Pittsburgh, Penn. , and left there in 1912 
to take up automobile repair work, which he followed 
until 1925, when he was employed by the Bethlehem Coal 
Company as an electrical engineer. He left there in 
1934 when he took over and operated a service station. 
At the beginning of World War II he was employed in the 
construction of the Morgantown Ordnance Works and left 
at its completion to follow the plumber trade. He is 
now (1960) retired. Res. (1960) West Main St., Kingwood, 

W. Va. 

BORN 

Vernon Fortney Jackson 9-21-1890 

Louise Almira (Hershman) Jackson 3-18-1909 

CHILDREN: 

1020-Paul Robert Jackson 4- 3-1938 

1021-Charles Alton Jackson 1-22-1941 

1022-David Richard Jackson 3-19-1942 



150 

519-NYNA GERTRUDE JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 8-29-1915, Joseph 
Cochran Vance, son of John Sample and Elizabeth (Everly) 
Vance. Res. (1960) 2162 University Ave., Morgantown, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Nyna Gertrude (Jackson) Vance 4-28-1893 

Joseph Cochran Vance 4-28-1883 

CHILD: 

1023-Kenneth Jackson Vance 5-26-1916 



5 20 -GEORGE DAYTON JACKSON 
(225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va., 4-29-1895. He was never married, 
He served in the military force with the United States 
Army in World War I, attached to the First Division, 
26th Regiment, Company "A" Infantry. He held the rank 
as a 2nd Lieutenant. He was mortally wounded on May 27, 
1918, in the Battle of Contiguy, France, and died May 29, 
1918. It is believed he was the first West Virginia boy 
to lose his life on the firing-line in World War I, His 
body was returned to Kingwood, W.Va., and buried, 3-27- 
1921, in the Maplewood Cemetery, 



523-CLINTON THOMAS MENEAR 



(228,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 9-19-1908, Irene S. 

Burchinal, daughter of Alene Burchinal. Clinton was a 

painter by trade. Res. of widow, (1960) 10l| Price St., 

Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 

Clinton Thomas Menear 10-11-1884 

Irene S. (Burchinal) Menear 11- 6-1888 

CHILDREN: 

1024-Thelma Beatrice Menear 6-12-1909 

1025-Mabel Irene Menear 12-18-1912 

1026-Claude Clinton Menear 7-11-1914 

1027-Virginia Lee Menear 2- 4-1920 



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DECEASED: DIED 

523-Clinton Thomas Menear 8- 4-1960 

Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



524-BESSIE ADA MENEAR 
(228,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. She first married, 12-15-1914, 
Clarence Mills Woodward, son of Ben F. and Ella Woodward. 
She was married again, 11-28-1924, to James Ophie Ferrell, 
born at Morgantown, W.Va. No children. Res. (1960) 
114 Main St., Kingwood, W.Va. 



Bessie Ada (Menear) (Woodward) Ferrell 
Clarence Mills Woodward 
James Ophie Ferrell 

DECEASED: 

Clarence Mills Woodward 
James Ophie Ferrell 



BORN 
11-30-1886 
7- 1-1886 
10- 6-1887 

DIED 
7-16-1918 
4- 1-1950 



527-JESSIE EDITH MENEAR 
(228,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 9-19-1923, Charles 
Craig, son of C.A. and Ivis (Martin) Craig. No children. 
Res. (1960) 175 Main St., Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Jessie Edith (Menear) Craig 2-13-1896 

Charles Craig 9-24-1892 



528-JESSE J. JACKSON 
(229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va., 7-25-1883. Jesse was a painter 
by trade. He was never married. He died, 10-5-1960. 
Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. Resided 
at Kingwood, W.Va. 



152 

529-ROSS CARROLL JACKSON 
(229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 5-7-1911, Adria Mabel 
Lenhart, born at Valley Point, W.Va., daughter of James 
A. and Ella (King) Lenhart. 

Ross was a professional baseball player, and 
when this career ended he became a skilled "diamond- 
driller." They resided in Kingwood, W.Va. Mabel was 
married again, to David 0. Sutherland in 1922. He died 
in 1953. 

BORN 
Ross Carroll Jackson 6-30-1885 

Adria Mabel (Lenhart) Jackson 12- 7-1892 

CHILDREN: 

1028-Leslie Wallace Jackson 3-17-1912 

1029-A Son-Twin 3-17-1912 

DECEASED: DIED 

1029-A Son Twin Infancy 

529-Ross Carroll Jackson 12-26-1915 

Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 



530-NELLIE VERLINDA JACKSON 
(229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 9-1-1909, Judge Alvaroe 
Glenn Hughes, son of Lewis and Mary Ann (Lane) Hughes. 
Judge Hughes was the Judge of the Circuit Court of 
Preston County for twenty years. 

Mrs. Hughes graduated from the Kingwood High 
School in 1904. She was a teacher in the public schools 
of Preston County for four years. She early identified 
herself with the Methodist Episcopal Church, being a 
charter member of the Women* s Society of Christian 
Service. She is a member of the Order of the Eastern 
Star. Res. (1960) 112 Jackson St., Kingwood W. Va. 

BORN 
Nellie Verlinda (Jackson) Hughes 4-12-1887 

Alvaroe Glenn Hughes 11- 2-1869 



153 

CHILDREN : 

1030-Helen Louise Hughes 12- 5-1913 

1031-Robert Glenn Hughes 10- 9-1924 

DECEASED: DIED 

Alvaroe Glenn Hughes 12- 7-1941 

Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Kingwood, W.Va. 

531-HELEN VIRGINIA JACKSON 
(229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 1-25-1919, Charles 
Edward Hanst, son of Harry and Rose (Faber) Hanst. Res. 
(1960) 5029 Pershing Ave., Apt. 2, Forth Worth, Texas. 

BORN 
Helen Virginia (Jackson) Hanst 11-11-1897 

Charles Edward Hanst 11-12-1896 

CHILD: 

1032-Gene Estella Hanst 12- 1-1919 



5 3 2- JEREMIAH GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 



Born near Ottawa, 111,, 3-24-1839. He was a soldier in 
the Civil War, attached to the 104th Illinois Volunteers, 
He died at Atlanta, Ga. , 2-9-1865. He was never married, 



533-JESSE GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 2-15-1877, Louisa Parr, 
daughter of Samuel and Rebecca (Trumbo) Parr. Louisa 
was born near Marseilles, 111. Jesse owned and lived at 
the old homestead. Resided near Ottawa, 111. 

BORN 
Jesse Grove 1-29-1841 

Louisa (Parr) Grove 5- 6-1849 

CHILDREN: 

1033-Joseph Ray Grove 5-27-1878 

1034-Everett P. Grove 4- 9-1880 



154 

DECEASED: DIED 

Louisa (Parr) Grove 4-20-1880 

1034-Everett P. Grove 7-30-1880 



534-LUCIAN GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 12-28-1865, Malinda J. 
Pitzer, daughter of William and Sarah (Kite) Pitzer. 
Malinda was born near Ottawa, 111. Lucian owned and 
operated a farm of 240 acres. Resided at Seneca, 111. 

BORN 
Lucian Grove 1-29-1842 

Malinda J. (Pitzer) Grove 7-21-1844 

CHILDREN : 

1035-William L. Grove 5-25-1869 

1036-Sarah Ettie Grove 9-28-1873 

1037-Cora Mabel Grove 6-17-1880 



535-ELMIRA GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 12-28-1866, George 
Pitzer, son of William and Sarah (Kite) Pitzer, Resided 
at Buckley, 111. 

BORN 
Elmira (Grove) Pitzer 8-25-1844 

George Pitzer 7-27-1837 

CHILDREN : 

1038-Elma Pitzer 2-15-1870 

1039-Harry Pitzer 11-10-1872 

1040-Clara May Pitzer 6-15-1878 



537-SAMANTHA GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 2-12-1874, David E. 
Appling, son of David E. and Sarah A. (Morgan) Appling. 
David was born at Rutland, LaSalle Co., 111. 



155 

BORN 
Samantha (Grove) Appling 5_ 8-1849 

David E. Appling 1_ 4_1843 

CHILDREN: 

1041-Jesse Appling 1_ 8-1875 

1042-Effa May Appling 11-26-1878 



558-MARY GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 12-26-1878, Hubert 
Lorring Mickey, born near Ottawa, 111., son of John L. 
and Louisa Mickey. 

BORN 
Mary (Grove) Mickey 8-10-1851 

Hubert Lorring Mickey 9- 6-1846 

CHILDREN: 

1043-George Mickey 11-10-1880 

1044-William Mickey 8-13-1882 



540 -JOHN GROVE 
(230,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Ottawa, 111. Married, 12-18-1878, Etta Gibson, 
born near Ottawa, 111., daughter of John L. and Mary J. 
(Anderson) Gibson. 

BORN 
John Grove 6-29-1855 

Etta (Gibson) Grove 3-16-1861 

CHILDREN : 

1045-E. Guy Grove 12- 6-1879 

1046-Watts Leigh Grove 3-29-1885 



543-HARRIETT JACKSON 
(231,83,25,4,1) 

Born in Millington, 111. Married, 9-27-1866, Abraham 
B. Serene, born in Hughsonville, N.Y. , son of A. and 
Helen (Brickerhof f ) Serene, of Herscher, 111. Abraham 
was a coal-dealer at Marietta, Ohio, and moved in 



156 

June 1883 to Saratoga, Santa Clara Co., Calif., where he 
was an orchardist. 

BORN 

Harriett (Jackson) Serene 10- 6-1844 

Abraham B. Serene 8-24-1838 

CHILDREN : 

1047-Helen B. Serene 6-28-1868 

1048-Guy E. Serene 8- 7-1872 



545- CHARLOTTE M. MISNER 
(232,83,25,4,1) 

Born in Millington, 111. Married, 2-25-1876, William J, 
Cams, born in South Carolina, son of R.W. and Mary Ann 
(Clark) Cams, Resided in Chicago, 111. No children. 

BORN 
Charlotte M. (Misner) Cams 12-21-1841 

William J, Cams 10-30-1826 



546-WILLIAM J. MISNER 
(232,83,25,4,1) 

Born in Millington, 111. Married, 3-8-1876, Sarah E. 
Rice, daughter of Jacob and Margaret (Wood) Rice. He 
owned and operated a farm of 153 acres in Richmond, Twp. , 
Ind. Resided at Anderson, Ind. 

BORN 
William J. Misner 3-27-1852 

Sarah E. (Rice) Misner 10-29-1857 

CHILDREN : 

1049-Chester Misner 9- 6-1879 

1050-Ruth Misner 10-29-1882 



552-SAMUEL EDDY HANNAH 
(236,83,25,4,1) 

Born near Anderson, Indiana. Married, 12-27-1876, 
Florence M. Tappan, daughter of John and Caroline (Ward) 
Tappan. He was a farmer and dealer in fine stocks, near 
Anderson, Indiana. 



157 

BORN 
Samuel Eddy Hannah 4_ 4-1854 

Florence M. (Tappan) Hannah 6-10-1853 

CHILD: 

1051-Harry Everett Hannah 5-12-1879 



553-JAMES FREDERIC JACKSON 
(237,83,25,4,1) 

Born at Wabash, Ind. Married, 6-4-1885, Lynda C. Pomroy, 
of St. Paul, Minn. James graduated from Carleton College, 
1883. He was with the firm of J.H. Pomroy & Co. , dealers 
in hardwood lumber, St. Paul, Minn. He also operated the 
"Twin Lake Stock and Grain Farm" of 640 acres near 
Stewart, Minn. 

BORN 
James Frederic Jackson 8-16-1861 
Lynda C. (Pomroy) Jackson ,, 



556-ELIZABETH CHAPMAN JACKSON 
(245,86,29,7,1) 

Married, 12-23-1847, James Thompson, of Nanticoke, Penna. 

BORN 
Elizabeth Chapman (Jackson) Thompson 12-19-1824 
James Thompson 

CHILDREN : 

1052-Rush Jackson Thompson 3-18-1849 

1053-Mary Bernice Thompson 12- 5-1858 



557-GEORGE DUGGAN JACKSON 
(243,86,29,7,1) 

Married, 5-15-1851, Bernice Woodruff, of Moreton, Penna. 
George D. Jackson was a staunch Unionist and represented 
the 24th District in the Senate at Harrisburg, Penn. , 
during the war of rebellion. 

BORN 

George Duggan Jackson 4-16-1827 

Bernice (Woodruff) Jackson 3-29-1832 



158 



CHILDREN : 

1054-Mary Bernice Jackson 
1055-George Corydon Jackson 
1056-Alice Elizabeth Jackson 
1057-WLllie Woodruff Jackson 
1058-Blanche Winifred Jackson 



3-30-1852 
3_ 3-1854 

5- 9-1855 

6- 6-1860 
9- 7-1868 



570-JOHN JACKSON PARKER 
(252,87,29,7,1) 

Married, 1858, Hannah Speakman Remington, daughter of 
Isaac and Lydia Hart Remington. They were married at 
Friends* Meeting, 6th and Noble Sts, , Philadelphia. 

John J. Parker was a currier by trade, but 
afterwards became engaged in the coal business which he 
followed for many years. Res. (1875) West Chester, 
Penna. 

BORN 
John Jackson Parker 8-25-1831 

Hannah Speakman (Remington) Parker 10-22-1828 

CHILDREN: 

.. 1059-Joseph Warner Parker 2-17-1859 

1060-Lydia H. Remington Parker 10-19-1860 

1061-Abbie Wister Parker 9- 5-1866 

1062-Caroline R. Parker 6-14-1868 



571 -SAMUEL JACKSON PARKER 



(252,87,29,7,1) 



Married, 12-4-1862, Mary Bailey, daughter of James and 
Esther W. Bailey, of Birmingham, Chester Co., Penna. 
They were married by Friends* ceremony at the house of 
Samuel P. Bailey, Samuel was a merchant in West Chester, 
Penna, 

BORN 
Samuel Jackson Parker 1- 8-1833 
Mary (Bailey) Parker 



CHILDREN : 

1063-Edgar James Parker 
1064-Elizabeth Bailey Parker 



8-29-1864 
3- 7-1868 




ANNA LEWIS (WENTWORTH) PARK 
See page 1 77 




EPHRAIM BANNING JACKSON 
See page 140 




ANNA MAE JACKSON (FARMER) 
See page 192 



BOYNTON 



159 

374-MARY S. PARKER 
(252,87,29,7,1) 

Married, 6-14-1855, Samuel Townsend Brown, son of William 
H. and Lydia (Townsend) Brown. They were married at West 
Chester Monthly Meeting. Resided at Frankfurt in Germany. 

BORN 
Mary S. (Parker) Brown 6-21-1856 
Samuel Townsend Brown 

CHILDREN : 

1065-Wister Parker Brown 2-17-1857 

1066-Laura Harvey Brown 9_ 7-1860 

576-DILLWYN PARKER 
(252,87,29,7,1) 

Married, 9-14-1869, Carrie Lowrey McClellan, daughter of 
Henry T. and Mary F. (Moore) McClellan, of Blair Co. , 
Penna. 

Dillwyn Parker entered the army in 1861 as a 
private in Brandywine Guards, Pennsylvania Reserves. He 
served three years in the war between the states. During 
part of the time he was detailed to Gen. Reynolds, 5th 
Corps Headquarters as Clerk. He was in the battles of 
Fredericksburg, Gettysburg and others. At the close of 
his term of enlistment in 1864, upon the recommendation 
of General George G. Meade, was appointed by Secretary 
of War, Stanton, to a clerkship in the War Department, 
and was assigned to Provost Marshal Fry's office. During 
which time (on account of his fine penmanship) was called 
upon to exercise it in copying proclamations and records 
for preservation in the State Department, among which 
were the proclamations of Abraham Lincoln "for granting 
amnesty to rebels who would return to their allegiance", 
and the last call for 300,000 troops. Both of these 
documents being written from the original notes of A. 
Lincoln, and which are signed by him and Wm, H. Seward, 
are preserved on file in the Department of State, 
Washington, D.C. in 1865 he was elected recorder of 
deeds of Chester County, Penna. 



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Dillwyn Parker 

Carrie Lowrey (McClellan)Parker 

CHILDREN : 

1067-Henry Wister Parker 
1068-Sylvester Clemson Parker 



BORN 
3-15-1840 
11- 1-1844 

1-25-1871 
11-17-1877 



589-ELISHA DARLINGTON 
(257,91,29,7,1) 



Married, 1855, Sidney P. Stem. 

Elisha Darlington 

Sidney P. (Stem) Darlington 

CHILDREN : 

1069-Evan J. Darlington 
1070-William S. Darlington 
1071-Frank Darlington 
1072-Charles Darlington 
1073-Henry Darlington 
1074-Laura Darlington 
1075-Josephine Darlington 
1076-Anna May Darlington 
1077-Ella Darlington (1) 
1078-Lena Darlington 
1079-Ella Darlington (2) 

DECEASED: 

1071-Frank Darlington 
1072-Charles Darlington 
1077-Ella Darlington (1) 
1079-Ella Darlington (2) 



BORN 
5-25-1832 



8-31-1856 

6- 5-1858 
6-17-1860 
6-17-1860 
5- 4-1862 
8-18-1863 
1-22-1866 
2- 9-1868 
1- 9-1871 
9-12-1873 

7- 7-1875 

DIED 

8- 2-1860 
8- 5-1860 
7-12-1871 
8-11-1875 



590-GEORGE DARLINGTON 



(257,91,29,7,1) 



Married, 1866, Emma S. Downing, 
Twp, , Chester Co, , Penna. 

George Darlington 

Emma S. (Downing) Darlington 



Resided in Pocopson, 



BORN 
9-15-1835 



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CHILDREN : 

1080-Joseph Darlington 12-19-1867 

1081-Mary A. Darlington 3-21-1869 

1082-Bessie R. Darlington 9-13-1871 

1083-Sally Darlington 2- 7-1873 

1084-William H. Darlington 11-18-1874 

DECEASED: DIED 

1080-Joseph Darlington 7-26-1868 

1082-Bessie R. Darlington 11-18-1871 

1084-William H. Darlington 7-27-1875 



59 2- JOSEPH DARLINGTON 
(257,91,29,7,1) 

Married, 12-2-1875, Sidney S. McCoy, in Pocopson Twp., 
by Friends* ceremony. 

BORN 
Joseph Darlington 12- 7-1846 
Sidney S. (McCoy) Darlington 

CHILD: 

1085-Minnie Darlington 8-22-1876 



5 9 4- JOHN W. SMITH 
(272,106,33,8,1) 

Married, 4-27-1848, Maria Hall, daughter of Nathan Hall. 
Resided at Harrisville, Ohio, 

BORN 

John W. Smith 1- 1-1825 

Maria (Hall) Smith 

CHILDREN: 

1086-Eliza Smith 8-26-1850 

1087-Walter Smith 6-17-1855 

1088-Nathan R. Smith . 4- 6-1858 

DECEASED: DIED 

1086-Eliza Smith 12- 2-1871 

1087-Walter Smith 2-29-1872 

Maria (Hall) Smith 1- 9-1867 



162 



596-BARCLAY SMITH 
(272,106,33,8,1) 



Married, 10-29-1856, Hannah Hoyle, daughter of Benjamin 
and Mary Hoyle, Resided at Barnesville, Ohio. 

BORN 
1-25-1829 



Barclay Smith 
Hannah (Hoyle) Smith 

CHILDREN : 

1089-Arthur H. Smith 
1090-Benjamin Smith 
1091-Anna Mary Smith 
1092-Elizabeth B. Smith 



8-25-1857 
10-25-1859 
12-16-1864 
11-11-1869 



597-SINCLAIR SMITH 
(272,106,33,8,1) 



Married, 5-10-1860, Tacy Hall, daughter of Robert and 
Martha Hall. Resided at Barnsville, Ohio. 



Sinclair Smith 
Tacy (Hall) Smith 

CHILDREN 

1093-Robert H. Smith 
1094-Samuel C. Smith 
1095-Mary M. Smith 



BORN 
5-19-1831 



2-16-1861 
8- 1-1863 
8-15-1867 



599-JOEL J. SMITH 
(272,106,33,8,1) 

Married, 11-7-1860, Deborah Ann Stratton, daughter of 
Ross and Mary Stratton. Resided at Barnsville, Ohio. 

BORN 
Joel J. Smith 4-11-1836 
Deborah Ann (Stratton) Smith 

CHILDREN : 

1096-Mary Ellen Smith 1-19-1862 

1097-Emma J, Smith 12- 8-1864 

1098-William C. Smith 5- 7-1867 

1099-Dillwyn Smith 6-30-1870 



165 

600-ROBERT SMITH 
(272,106,33,8,1) 

Married, 9-26-1860, Rebecca S. Stanton, daughter of 
Edmund and Sarah Stanton. Resided at Harrisville, Ohio. 

BORN 
Robert Smith 3-11-1838 
Rebecca S. (Stanton) Smith 

CHILDREN: 

1100-Edmund S, Smith 9-18-1861 

1101-Elizabeth W. Smith 1- 7-1865 

1102-Maria H, Smith 1- 9-1868 

602-WILLIAM D. SMITH 
(272,106,35,8,1) 

Married, 5-25-1865, Hannah Street, daughter of Samuel 
and Sarah Street. Resided at Salem, Ohio. No children. 

BORN 
William D. Smith 4- 5-1842 
Hannah (Street) Smith 

611- JOSEPH MILNES JACKSON 
(278,108,53,8,1) 

Born in Joanna, Berks Co., Penna. Married for his first 
wife, 10-15-1865, Elizabeth C. Morris, born in Joanna, 
Berks Co., Penna., daughter of John and Lydia (Cadwallader) 
Morris. Joseph married for his second wife, 12-14-1880, 
Anna Elizabeth Barton, born at Jones Mine, Berks Co., 
Penna, , daughter of John McMichael and Marie (Danf ield) 
Barton. 

Joseph was a farmer and first settled in upper Hay 
Creek Valley in 1864. In 1875 he acquired the old Morris 
homestead in Robenson Twp. , Berks Co. , Penna. He served 
in the Civil War, he enlisted in 1862 and became a 
Corporal in the 128th Regiment, Company "A." Pennsylvania 
Volunteers. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal 

Church. 

BORN: 
Joseph Milnes Jackson 4-10-1858 

Elizabeth C. (Morris) Jackson 1-15-1858 



164 

CHILDREN : 

1103-Emma Florence Jackson 8-17-1864 

1104-Elberta May Jackson 9- 1-1867 

1105-Clara Maria Jackson 2- 5-1869 



SECOND MARRIAGE 

Anna Elizabeth (Barton) Jackson 5- 5-1843 

CHILD: 

1106-Joseph Howard Jackson 2-22-1882 

DECEASED: DIED 

Elizabeth C. (Morris) Jackson 8-28-1878 

Buried at Harmony, Caernarvon Twp. Berks Co., 
Penna. 



612-DAVID EVANS JACKSON 



(278,108,35,8,1) 

Born in Springfield, Chester Co., Pa. Married, 2-2-1865, 
Emily Anderson, born in Freeport , Armstrong Co., Pa., 
daughter of Alexander and Sarah Ann (Keefer) Anderson. 
Resided in Freeport, Penna. 

BORN 
David Evans Jackson 2-18-1840 

Emily (Anderson) Jackson 5-10-1842 

CHILDREN : 

1107-Katie Anderson Jackson 10-50-1865 

1108-Lidie Ella Jackson 4-29-1873 

DECEASED: DIED 

1107-Katie Anderson Jackson 6- 6-1871 



EIGHT GENERATION 



671-JOHN J. PHILLIPS 
(309,124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 4-7-1870, Ellen Brown, daughter of John W. and 
Elizabeth Brown, of London, England. 

BORN 
John J. Phillips 12-25-1844 

Ellen (Brown) Phillips 8-28-1849 

CHILDREN: 

1109-J. Wellington Phillips 7- 7-1871 

1110-Francis Phillips 3-18-1873 



675-EMMA A. MATTHEWS 



(310,124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 3-12-1868, William Price, son of Warwick and 

Marinda Price, of Glencoe, Baltimore Co., Md, 

BORN 

Emma A (Matthews) Price 8-28-1842 

William Price 10-14-1841 

CHILDREN : 

1111-Calvin D. Price 1-17-1869 

1112-Dora M. Price 3-15-1870 

1113-Henry Price 7-23-1872 



678-CLARKSON P. MATTHEWS 
(310,124,45,19,4,1) 

Married, 12-7-1871, Mary Virginia Royston, daughter of 
Borley and Mary Ann Royston, Baltimore Co., Md. 

BORN 
Clarkson P. Matthews 3-23-1846 

Mary Virginia (Royston) Matthews 6-22-1853 

(165) 



166 

CHILD: 

1114-Lillie Mary Matthews 11- 8-1874 



756- JOSEPH P. JACKSON 
(350,157,51,19,4,1) 

Born on his father's estate in Penn Township, Chester Co., 
Penna, Married Rebecca Niblock, daughter of James and 
Josephine (Pierson) Niblock. Rebecca was born in Cecil 
County, Md. , and reared in Oxford borough, Chester Co., 
Penna. 

Joseph received his education in the public schools 
of Penn Township; The Friends' school at Oxford; Martins 
Academy, and at West Chester State Normal School, Having 
received an excellent education, he turned his attention 
to agricultural pursuits and achieved considerable success. 
For a number of years he served in the capacity of State 
Inspector of Fertilizers for the Department of Agriculture. 
He was a member of the Society of Friends and served as 
Superintendnet of the First Day School. 

BORN 
Joseph P. Jackson 6-25-1871 
Rebecca (Niblock) Jackson 



758-EMMA BRINTON 
(353,158,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
5-25-1882, Ebenezer Maule, son of Ebenezer and Sarah (Lee) 
Maule. Resided at Rockmead, Highland Twp. , Chester Co., 
Penna, 

BORN 

Emma (Brinton) Maule) 11- 7-1846 

Ebenezer Maule 4- 9-1838 

CHILDREN : 

1115-Thomas Willis Maule 9- 5-1885 

1116-Edwin Brinton Maule 1-22-1885 

1117-Anna Elizabeth Maule 9-10-1886 

1118-Warren Lee Maule 4-19-1891 

DECEASED: DIED 

1115-Thomas Willis Maule 



167 

1118-Warren Lee Maule 

Ebenezer Maule 9-29-1912 

758-Etnma (Brinton) Maule 3-20-1916 

Mr. Maule was buried at Doe's Run Friends' 
Burying-gr ound . 



759-HENRY BRINTON 
(353-138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 10-19-1874, Rachel 
M, Cawley, daughter of Abraham and Susanna (Richards) 
Cawley, of Swedesboro, N.J, 

BORN 
2- 2-1848 
8-10-1846 



Henry Brinton 

Rachel M. (Cawley) Brinton 

CHILDREN : 

1119-Harry Cawley Brinton 
1120-Amy Sartain Brinton 
1121-Alfred Brinton 
1122-Jesse Read Brinton 
1123-Russell Lyle Brinton 

DECEASED 

1121-Alfred Brinton 
1122-Jesse Read Brinton 
759-Henry Brinton 

Rachel M. (Cawley) Brinton 



9_14_1875 
4-21-1877 
4- 4-1879 
9- 6-1880 
2-20-1885 

DIED 



1-30-1914 
3-13-1918 



760-SAMUEL L. BRINTON 
(353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born in Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 3-4-1874, Elizabeth 
Smith, born at Maiden Creek, Berks Co, , Penna. , daughter 
of William B. and Ellen Smith, of West Chester, Penna, 

Samuel went to West Chester, Penna., in 1869 to 
affiliate himself with a firm engaged in the nursery 
business. This occupied his time for eighteen years. He 
purchased a farm afterwards known as "The Lindens," and 
gave his special attention to fruit-growing. 

BORN 
Samuel L. Brinton 5-18-1849 

Elizabeth (Smith) Brinton 9-13-1849 



168 

CHILDREN : 

1124-Clement Starr Brinton 
1125-Francis Darlington Brinton 
1126-Willard Cope Brinton 
1127-Ellen Starr Brinton 
1128-Robert Ferree Brinton 



2- 3-1875 
4-15-1877 

12-22-1880 
3-16-1886 

11-13-1888 



DECEASED: DIED 

760-Samuel L. Brinton 7-14-1921 

Buried in Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, Penna. 



761-ALFRED BRINTON 



(353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born in Bart Twp, , Lancaster Co. , Penna. Mar 
Josephine Williams, daughter of Sylvester H. 
Williams of Lancaster Co. He purchased his 
farm and lived there. He held the office of 
supervisor and tax-collector. 

Alfred Brinton 

Josephine (Williams) Brinton 

CHILDREN : 

1129-Edna Brinton 
1130-Edith Brinton 
1131-Letita Florine Brinton 
1132-Calvin Cooper Brinton 

DECEASED: 

761-Alfred Brinton 



ried 3-27-1880, 
and Sallie M. 

father* s 
road- 

BORN 
12-20-1852 
8-22-1854 

5-30-1881 

5- 5-1884 

12-15-1887 

4-14-1894 

DIED 
5- 6-1921 



762-HOWARD BRINTON 
(353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Lancaster Co., Penna. He first married, 2-19-1881, 
Abigail Baker, born in Lancaster Co., daughter of Thomas 
and Eliza (Jackson) Baker . He married (2nd) Anna 
Stambaugh, 1-14-1892, born in Lancaster Co., daughter of 
Jacob and Sarah Jane (Rutter) Stambaugh. No issue. 

BORN 
Howard Brinton 4-15-1854 

Abigail (Baker) Brinton 10- 2-1856 

Anna (Stambaugh) Brinton 7-22-1869 



169 

CHILDREN: 

1135-Thomas Baker Brinton 4-29-1883 

1134-Lewis Brinton 5-26-1885 

DECEASED: DIED 

Abigail (Baker) Brinton 11-20-1890 

762-Howard Brinton 4- 3-1902 



763-EDWIN P. BRINTON 
(353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Lancaster Co., Penna, Married, 6-4-1889, Katie 
B, Barnes, daughter of John H. and Emma G, (Hitz) Barnes. 

Edwin entered the Army in 1900, and was mustered 
into service for duty at the Mexican border, and later 
served in World War I. He was discharged from military 
service in 1919, as First Lieutenant of Infantry. He 
was well known in musical circles. He directed the 
Municipal Band in 1919, and the Philadelphia Band on 
the Parkway Plaza in 1921. Resided in Philadelphia. 

BORN 
Edwin P. Brinton 5-19-1861 

Katie B. (Barnes) Brinton 1-23-1866 

CHILDREN : 

1135-James Clyde Brinton 10-27-1890 

1136-John Henry Brinton 1-14-1893 

1137-Helen Alice Brinton 8-19-1894 

1138-Richard Wagner Brinton 9-14-1902 

DECEASED: DIED 

763-Edwin P. Brinton 7-16-1923 



764-CLARA BRINTON 
(353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 3-18-1886, George 

C. Maule, son of John Comly and Susan Clark Maule, of 

Quarryville. George was born at Londongrove Twp. , 

Chester Co. , Penna. Resided in Highland Twp. , Chester 

Co. , Penna. 

BORN 

Clara (Brinton) Maule 6-29-1863 

George C. Maule 8-13-1858 



170 



CHILDREN : 

1139-Willard N. Maule 
1140-Mary A. Maule 
1141-Walter William Maule 
1142-Charles E. Maule 
1143-Edith B. Maule 



5-28-1887 

10- 1-1890 

10- 8-1892 

6- 2-1899 

5-18-1904 



766-CHARLES EDGAR BRINTON 
(355,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co. , Penna. Married Leah A, 
(surname not known). 



Charles Edgar Brinton 

Leah A. (surname unknown) Brinton 

CHILDREN : 

1144-Edna Hall Brinton 
1145-Mabel Boak Brinton 



DECEASED: 



Leah A. Brinton 



BORN 
3-25-1860 



1-27-1885 
8-10-1886 

DIED 
7-26-1916 



767-WALTER BRINTON 
(355,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 12-18- 
1890, at Chester, Penna., Elizabeth Ewing, daughter of 
John and Agnes (Brown) Ewing. John Ewing and Agnes 
Brown were married in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1848, and 
immediately set sail for America. They settled on the 
banks of Brandywine in Christiana Hundred. 

Walter Brinton remained at Chester, Penn. , until 
1895, after which he moved to High Bridge, N. J. , where 
he owned a farm in the foot-hills of the Blue Mountains. 
He was President of the School Board and mayor for seven 
years, and president of the council for three years. In 
1910 he became consulting engineer of the Edgar Allen 
American Manganese Steel Co. , at New Castle, and was in 
(1925) manager. 

BORN 
Walter Brinton 9-28-1863 

Elizabeth (Ewing) Brinton 4-24-1869 



171 



CHILDREN : 

1146-Elizabeth Brinton 
1147-Rilla Crothers Brinton 
1148-Agnes Ewing Brinton 
1149-Helen Erskine Brinton 
1150-John Taylor Brinton 

DECEASED: 

1146-Elizabeth Brinton 



10-29-1891 
2- 1-1893 
2- 1-1893 

11-18-1895 
2- 1-1900 

DIED 



768-LYDIA SUSAN BRINTON 
(355,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna, Married, 
6-8-1892, Thomas Walker Jopson, son of William and 
Elizabeth (Thomas) Jopson, of Philadelphia. Thomas 
was born in Philadelphia. He graduated from the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania Law School in 1892. At the time of 
his death he was vice-president of the Real Estate Title 
Insurance and Trust Company of Philadelphia. Resided in 
Germantown, Penna. 

BORN 
Lydia Susan (Brinton) Jopson 1-26-1869 

Thomas Walker Jopson 2- 5-1869 

CHILDREN : 

1151-William Sidney Jopson 4-13-1893 

1152-Arthur Brinton Jopson 11-17-1895 

1153-John Marshall Jopson 11-21-1898 

1154-Elizabeth Jopson 11-21-1901 

DECEASED: DIED 

Thomas Walker Jopson 3- 8-1919 

1151-William Sidney Jopson 4-23-1919 



771 -WILLIAM HASLAM BRINTON 
(356,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born at Christiana, Penna. Married, 9-8-1900, at 
Parkersburg, Ella Paxson Thomas, daughter of Charles H. 
and Elizabeth (Conard) Thomas. Ella Paxson Thomas was 
born at Bird-In-Hand, Lancaster Co. , Penna. 



William Haslam Brinton 

Ella Paxson (Thomas) Brinton 



BORN 
3_24-1864 
2-27-1871 



172 

CHILDREN : 

1155-Luther Thomas Brinton 12-21-1901 

1156-Elizabeth Conard Brinton 7- 1-1903 

1157-Samuel Whitson Brinton 2- 2-1905 

1158-Frances Cooper Brinton 7-28-1911 

DECEASED: DIED 

1157-Samuel Whitson Brinton 



774-LEWIS KIRK STUBBS 
(357,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 9-16-1890, at 
Oxford, Sophia Dyf field Hodgson, daughter of Mark A, and 
Margaretta Moore (Cann) Hodgson, Jr. 

Lewis settled in West Chester, Penna,, but still 
kept the Stubbs homestead near the Susquehanna River. 
He was secretary and treasurer of the Chester County 
Trust Company and treasurer of Chester County Historical 
Society. Resided at West Chester, Penna. 

BORN 
Lewis Kirk Stubbs 6-28-1862 
Sophia Duf field (Hodgson) Stubbs 

CHILDREN : 

1159-Margaret Elizabeth Stubbs 12-11-1893 

1160-Thomas H. Stubbs 9-13-1899 



776-LUCY C. BRINTON 
(358,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co. , Penna. Married, 
10-7-1897, Morris T. Phillips. 

BORN 

Lucy C. (Brinton) Phillips 1-15-1868 

Morris T. Phillips 

CHILDREN : 

1161-Esther Phillips 4-28-1899 

1162-Ethel Phillips 6- 7-1900 

1163-Ruth Phillips 2-16-1903 

DECEASED: DIED 

1161-Esther Phillips 



173 

777-MAURICE J. BRINTON 
(358,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
10-23-1895, Gertrude Rakestraw, daughter of Henry and 
Mary Jane (Hobson) Rakestraw. 

Maurice was a graduate of Swarthmore College, 
Swarthmore, Penna, He resided at Christiana, Penna., 
where he was engaged in several business enterprises. 
He was director of the Christiana National Bank, the 
Lancaster County Mutual Fire Insurance, Lancaster and 
Eastern Traction Company, etc, 

BORN 
Maurice J. Brinton 2-22-1870 

Gertrude (Rakestraw) Brinton 2-16-1872 

CHILDREN: 

1164-Grace Brinton 11-28-1899 

1165-Maurice Jackson Brinton 9- 7-1902 



778-ANNA S. BRINTON 
(358,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Christiana, Lancaster Co., Penna. Married, 
11-1-1900, in Philadelphia to Norman R. Entrekin, son of 
J. Reese and Mary (Williams) Entrekin. Norman was born 

at Coatesville, Penna. 

BORN 
Anna S. (Brinton) Entrekin 6-12-1873 

Norman R. Entrekin 9_10-1874 

CHILDREN : 

1166-Paul Brinton Entrekin 10-16-1901 

1167-Alice Entrekin 10-17-1906 



779-ALICE BRINTON 
(358,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Christiana, Lancaster Co. , Penna. Married, 
6-20-1901, J, Howard Brosius, son of Mahlon G. and Anna 
Mary (Pusey) Brosius. 

BORN 
Alice (Brinton) Brosius 8- 5-1875 

J. Howard Brosius 12-14-1875 



174 

CHILDREN : 

1168-William B. Brosius 5-29-1902 

1169-W. Pusey Brosius 10- 9-1903 

1170-Mary E. Brosius 10- 5-1905 

1171-Marriott H. Brosius 8- 4-1911 



780-ESTELLA BRINTON 
(358,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Christiana, Lancaster Co. , Penna. Married, 
11-5-1907, Thaddeus Stevens Irwin, M.D., of Atglen. 
Estella taught school for two years in the George School, 
and studied the following two years in the University of 
Michigan, 

BORN 
Estella (Brinton) Irwin 6-24-1879 
Thaddeus Stevens Irwin 

CHILD: 

1172-T. Stevens Irwin, Jr. 5-23-1910 



819-HELEN JACKSON 
(392,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at State College, Penna. Married Prof. Louis Ehrhart 
Reber. They had two children and both were married. 
Record incomplete. Resided (1943) Schenectady, N.Y. 

BORN 
Helen (Jackson) Reber 5-21-1862 
Louis Ehrhart Reber ..., 



820-DUGALD CALEB JACKSON 



(392,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at Kennett Square, Penn. Married, 9-24-1889, Mabel 
Augusta Foss, born at New Gloucester, Me., daughter of 
Alvin F, Foss, 

He graduated from Penn State College, 1885, and in 
electrical engineering, Cornell University, 1885-87. He 
served in World War I as Lt. Colonel of Engineers in 
France, May 1918 to April 1919. Received Decoration of 



175 

Chevalier Legion of Honor (France). From 1926 to 1936, 
was Chairman of Research Commission on Industrial 
Illumination. Received Honorary D, Sc. degree from 
Columbia University in 1932. Retired electric engineer; 
professor emeritus, Mass. Inst. Tech. 1935. He was 
President American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Past- 
President, American Institute of Electric Engineers. 
Listed in "Who's Who in America." Resided in Cambridge, 
Mass. 

BORI^ 
Dugald Caleb Jackson 2-13-1865 

Mabel Augusta (Foss) Jackson 2- 8-1867 

CHILDREN: 

1173-Catherine Emma Jackson 11-16-1890 

1174-Dugald Caleb Jackson, Jr. 8- 3-1895 

DECEASED: DIED 

820-Dugald Caleb Jackson 1951 



8 21 -JOHN PRICE JACKSON 
(392,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born in Philadelphia, Penna. He first married, 12-28-1890, 
Margaret Beddow Jones, daughter of David A. Jones. 
Margaret died in 1936 and he then married, 8-8-1937, 
Jessie Martha Jenkins, born at Girardville, Penna,, 
daughter of John W, Jenkins. No children by second 
marriage. 

He received the B.S. degree from Penn State College, 
1889. He was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Eta Kappa Nu, etc. He received the D. Sc. degree from 
University of Pittsburgh, 1906, He was engaged in Elec- 
trical construction, engineering, business and education 
until 1907, when he was made dean and director of re- 
search and extension, School of Engineering, and Professor 
of electrical engineering at Penn State College and 
served in this capacity until 1913. In 1913 he became 
Commissioner of the Department of Labor and Industry, 
Chairman of the Industrial Board of Pennsylvania. He 
served in World War I. Commd. Major of Engr. R.C; Lt. 
Colonel 1918; colonel 1919 in charge of Engr. Corps; 
shop-construction 1917, A.E.F.; chief labor bureau and 
department director Army Service Corps, 1918, A.E.F. 



176 

He was a member of the American Military Mission to 
Armenia, 1919. He was decorated Chevalier Legion of 
Honor (French), comdr. Order Crown of Italy, and 
Italian War Cross; U.S.A. citation "for exceptionally 
meritorious service," 1919. He was manager of Phil- 
adelphia Manufacturers Commission, 1921; Natural Fuel 
Director for utilities, 1922-1923; Consulting engineer 
for large electric utilities and later became personnel 
director of the Consolidated Edison Co, , Inc. He was a 
member of the Engineers Club of New York; Fellow American 
Institute, E.E.; The Newcomen Society, etc. He is listed 
in "Who^s Who in America." Resided at Pelham, N.Y. 

BORN 
John Price Jackson 9-27-1868 

Margaret Beddow (Jones) Jackson 3- 3-1869 

Jessie Martha (Jenkins) Jackson 2-15-1877 

CHILD: 

1175-Mary Kathryn Jackson 1-28-1892 



822-WILLIAM BENJAMIN JACKSON 
(592,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at Kennett Square, Penna. Married, 9-3-1903, Isabel 
Morrison West, daughter Charles E. West. 

He received the B.S. degree in mechanical engineer- 
ing from Penn State College, 1890 and the Master's de- 
gree in engineering in 1895 from the same school. He 
was Chief Engineer and General Superintendent for 
Colorado Electric Power Co., Cripple Creek, Colo., 1899- 
1901; special engineering for the Stanley Electric Manu- 
facturing Co., including services in England, Germany, 
Austria, Hungary and Switzerland, 1901-1902. He was a 
member of the engineering firm of D.C. and Wm. B. Jackson 
1902-1918, and in 1919 became rate engineer and consult- 
ant for New York Edison Co. , Inc. He was Major in the 
United States Army in charge of utilities, and construt- 
ing quartermaster. Camp Merritt, N.J, , during 1918. 
Listed in "Who's Who in America." Resided at Scarsdale, 
N.Y. 

BORN 
William Benjamin Jackson 6-23-1870 
Isabel Morrison (West) Jackson 



177 

CHILDREN : 

1176-Isabel Morrison Jackson 5-11-1910 

1177-Josiah Kennett Jackson 7-10-1911 

1178-Mary Price Jackson 7_ 5-1913 

1179-John West Jackson 10- 9-1917 

DECEASED: DIED 

822-William Benjamin Jackson 1956 



876-ALFRED H. JACKSON 
(409,148,52,19,4,1) 

Married, 2-23-1881, Hannah Speakman. Alfred was Supt, 
of Shipping Department, of Pennock Road Machine Co., 
Kennett Square, Pa. 

BORN 
Alfred H. Jackson 5-29-1857 
Hannah (Speakman) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1180-Leroy Speakman Jackson 2- 5-1882 

1181-James Howard Jackson 9-27-1883 



908-ANNA LEWIS WENTWORTH 
(453,178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in Foochow, China. Her mother was a missionary in 
China and died two months after her daughter was born. 
Anna was sent back to United States and lived with her 
grandparents at West Chester, Penna. Married, in 1882, 
Richard Gray Park. They resided at West Chester, Penna. 
Anna initiated the movement to establish an institution 
in West Chester to serve as a home for women who needed 
the comforts of a home and companionship. On May 13,1899, 
she met with a group of women in the Westminster Chapel 
for the purpose of selecting a Board and to prepare the 
necessary papers for incorporating the Institution under 
the laws of the State of Penn. Four days later the 
board held its first meeting and Anna was chosen as its 
first president. The Charter was granted and reads in 
part as follows: "Be it known, that the subscribers 
hereto, having associated ourselves together for the pur- 
pose of supporting a benevolent or charitable under- 
taking and being desirous of being incorporated. The 



178 

purpose for which the Corporation is formed is to estab- 
lish and maintain an institution in the Borough of West 
Chester, as an abiding-place for women, where at a mod- 
est cost all the needful comforts of a home may be ob- 
tained. The Corporation is to last perpetually," The 
names of the subscribers are as follows: Anna Lewis Park, 
Mary S. Palmer, E. H. McCollough and Lillie D. Embree." 
It is known as the "Wentworth Home," and was named in 
honor of Anna Meredith Wentworth. This home has now 
(1960) been operating for sixty years for benevolent and 
charitable purposes. A life-size portrait of Anna Lewis 
Park hangs in the parlor of the home. 



Anna Lewis (Wentworth) Park 
Richard Gray Park 
CHILDREN : 

1182-Ernest Park 

1183-Richard Gray Park, Jr. 

1184-Helen Miner Park 

1185-Sarah Gray Park 

1186-Sidney Edward Park 

DECEASED: 

1182-Ernest Park 
1186-Sidney Edward Park 
Richard Gray Park 
908-Anna Lewis (Wentworth) Park 



BORN 
8-12-1855 
8-21-1851 

5-13-1883 
5-19-1884 

9-19-1887 
3-21-1892 

DIED 

1883 

9- 5-1892 

12-27-1919 

11-10-1933 



Buried in Oakland Cemetery, West Chester, Penna. 



909-LINCOLN Mac VEAGH 



(454,178,64,21,4,1) 



Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 1887, Mary Wolf 
Hammond, born in St. Paul, Minn. 

BORN 

Lincoln MacVeagh 7- 4-1858 

Mary Wolf (Hammond) MacVeagh 

CHILDREN: 

1187-Virginia Cameron MacVeagh 

11 88- John Hammond MacVeagh 1890 



179 

910-CHARLES MINER MacVEAGH 
(454,178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. Married Fannie Davenport 
Rogers. He practised law at New York City, In 1883 he 
became a member of the firm of Ban & Steton, etc, , later 
it became the firm of Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Gardiner & 
Reed. , to which firm he was general solicitor and associ- 
ate general counsel. He was with the United States Steel 
Company, 1901-1925, He served as American Ambassador to 
Japan, 1925-1929, He was Vice-President and Sec. counsel 
of Executive Committee of Fatherless Children of France. 

BORN 
Charles Miner MacVeagh 6- 5-1860 
Fannie Davenport (Rogers) MacVeagh 

CHILDREN : 

1189-Roger MacVeagh 

1190-Lincoln MacVeagh 

1191-Ewen Cameron MacVeagh .......... 

1192-Charles MacVeagh (1) 

1193-Frances Wayne MacVeagh 

1194-Charles MacVeagh (2) 



9 12- CHARLTON MINER LEWIS 
(456,178,64,21,4,1) 

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Prepared for College at Berkeley 
School. He graduated from Yale University in 1886. 
Spent one year at Yale in graduate work. He graduated 
from Columbia University Law School with degree LL.D. in 
1889 and was admitted to the bar the same year. He was 
instructor in English at Yale in 1895, He received the 
appointment from Emily Sanford School to serve as its 
first Professor of English Literature, April 27, 1899, 
He married, 6-16-1903, Grace H. Robbins. 

BORN 
Charlton Miner Lewis 3- 4-1866 
Grace H. (Robbins) Lewis 

CHILDREN : 

1195-Charles Miner Lewis 

1196-Grace Robbins Lewis 

1197-Penelope Lewis 



180 

DECEASED: DIED 

912-Charlton Miner Lewis 3-12-1923 

Died in New Haven, Conn. 

932-WINFIELD JACKSON 
(479,204,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Gladesville, Preston County, W.Va. Married 
Delia Ota Hadden, born at Gladesville, W.Va, They re- 
sided at Coraopolis, Penna, , Gladesville, Independence 
and Morgan town, W.Va, 

BORN 
Winfield Jackson 1-13-1876 

Delia Ota (Hadden) Jackson 2-24-1877 

CHILDREN: 

1198-Gladys Rosenna Jackson 9- 3-1901 

1199-Helen Gertrude Jackson 2-17-1906 

DECEASED: DIED 

932-Winfield Jackson 12-24-1957 

Buried at Glen Haven, San Fernando Valley, Calif 



933-EMMA C. JACKSON 
(479,204,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Gladesville, W.Va. Married, 2-8-1903, Oscar 
W. Zinn, son of David C. and Lizzie (Zinn) Zinn. Res, 
of widow (1960) Route 1, Box 72, Independence, W,Va. 

BORN 
Emma C. (Jackson) Zinn 10-29-1877 

Oscar W. Zinn 4-27-1873 

CHILD: 

1200-Mildred Louise Zinn 12-23-1907 

DECEASED: DIED 

Oscar W. Zinn 3_ 6-1956 

Buried in Mt, Calvary Cemetery, near 
Morgantown, W.Va. 



181 

958-ETHELBERT JOLLIFFE PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married Virginia Moore, 
daughter of Bartholomew Moore. 

BORN 

Ethelbert Jolliffe Protzman 10- 6-1851 

Virginia (Moore) Protzman ,, 

CHILD: 

1201-Blanche Protzman 11-13-1876 

DECEASED: DIED 

Virginia (Moore) Protzman 7_ 1913 

938-Ethelbert Jolliffe Protzman 9-28-1939 



939-OLIVE REBECCA PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1-24-1875, Morgan 
Orlando Utt, born in Monongalia Co., W.Va., son of 
William and Catherine (Rice) Utt. 



Olive Rebecca (Protzman) Utt 
Morgan Orlando Utt 

CHILDREN: 

1202-DesMoine Utt 
1203-Oranna Ellen Utt 
1204-Percy Elliott Utt 
1205-Hattie Florence Utt 
1206-Dora Utt 
1207-Susan Belinda Utt 
1208-Mabel Utt 

1209-Stella and Vella Utt (twins) 
1210-Chester William Utt 

DECEASED: 

939-Olive Rebecca (Protzman) Utt 
Morgan Orlando Utt 
1209-Stella and Vella Utt (twins) 
1204-Percy Elliott Utt 

Buried in Mount Union Cemetery, near 
Morgantown, W.Va. 



IL 



BORN 

- 9-1852 

- 8-1856 



10-20-1875 

4- 1-1877 

12-16-1878 

10- 3-1882 

10-24-1884 

1-28-1887 

5-23-1889 

9-16-1890 

12-21-1891 

DIED 

9- 3-1935 

10-27-1912 

9-18-1890 

1-26-1897 



182 



940-LOWELL MASON PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1880, Emily Charlotte 
Brown, born in Cleveland, Ohio, daughter of John and 
Sarah (Gidalings) Brown. 

Mr. Protzman attended school at West Virginia Uni- 
versity and is believed to have graduated there. He is 
a graduate of Rochester Theology Seminary. Resided at 
Morgantown, W.Va. Member of First Baptist Church. 

BORN 
Lowell Mason Protzman 5-10-1854 

Emily Charlotte (Brown) Protzman 9-24-1858 

c:hildren : 

1211-Helen Protzman 10-14-1882 

1212-Harold Osgood Protzman 5- 2-1884 

1213-Bessie Protzman 11-24-1885 

1214-Mildred Alice Protzman 3-24-1887 

1215-Shirley Protzman 11-25-1888 

1216-Jenness Protzman 12-28-1892 

DECEASED: DIED 

940-Lowell Mason Protzman 

Emily Charlotte (Brown) Protzman 



941-HERSCHEL WHITEHOUSE PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1874, Annie Sheets, 
born in Morgantown, W.Va. , daughter of Michael and 
Martha (Dunn) Sheets. 

BORN 
Herschel Whitehouse Protzman 8-20-1856 

Annie (Sheets) Protzman 5- 3-1857 

CHILDREN: 

1217-Abner Alonzo Protzman 8-23-1875 

1218-Earle Glenn Protzman 11- 6-1883 

1219-Dessie Protzman 3-10-1887 

1220-Carl Mason Protzman 3- 8-1889 



DECEASED: 

941-Herschel Whitehouse Protzman 
Annie (Sheets) Protzman 



DIED 
4- 3-1919 
5-12-1937 



183 



Mr. Protzman was buried in Chenoa Cemetery, 
Chenoa, Ky. Mrs. Protzman was buried in Mount 
Union Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va. 



9 4 2- SPURGE ON HOLMES PROTZMAN 

He was married to Minnie Vanona Jackson. See No. 503 
for completed record. 



944-ELIZABETH ANNE PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-11-1880, Alfred 
Howard Sturgiss, son of James S. and Mary E. (Clement) 
Sturgiss, 

Elizabeth was Past Matron of the Order of the 
Eastern Star and a member of the White Shrine. They 
were members of the Baptist Church. Resided in 
Morgantown, W.Va, 



Elizabeth Anne (Protzman) Sturgiss 
Alfred Howard Sturgiss 

CHILDREN: 

1221-Mary Elizabeth Sturgiss 
1222-Anna Cans Sturgiss 
1223-William Howard Sturgiss 
1224-David C. Sturgiss 

1225-Katherine LaClair Sturgiss 
1226-Helen Gould Sturgiss 
1227-Margaret Sturgiss 

DECEASED: 



Alfred Howard Sturgiss 
944-Elizabeth Anne (Protzman) Sturgiss 

Buried In East Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va 



BORN 

4-28-1862 
11- 8-1856 

7- 7-1883 
10-18-1884 
12-21-1886 
5-18-1888 
6-27-1894 
9-11-1897 
9-22-1900 

DIED 
7- 4-1900 
11-13-1929 



945-ALFRED LINCOLN PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va., 11-30-1864. He married Carrie 
Vandervort Ann Hogue, No other record available. 



184 

946-KATHRYN NAOMI PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-29-1893, Robert E. 
Lee Allen, son of Osborn and Jane (Langfitt) Allen, of 
Lima, W.Va. 

Mr. Allen received the LL.B. degree from West 
Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va. He practised law 
in Morgantown, where he also served as City Judge for 
several years. He was elected to the House of Repre- 
sentatives in the United States Congress from the Second 
Congressional district of W.Va. Resided in Morgantown, 
W.Va. 

BORN 

Kathryn Naomi (Protzman) Allen 9- 6-1867 

Robert E. Lee Allen 11-28-1865 

CHILDREN : 

1228-Robert E. Allen 6-27-1897 

1229-Anna Jane Allen 8-18-1900 

1230-Mary Rosamond Allen 1-28-1905 

1231-Mildred Rebecca Allen 3-29-1907 

DECEASED: DIED 

946-Kathryn Naomi (Protzman) Allen 7-29-1935 
Robert E. Lee Allen 1-28-1951 

Buried in Aurora Cemetery, Aurora, W.Va. 

947-HATTIE FLORENCE PROTZMAN 
(483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va,, 8-20-1870, and died, 9-13-1939, 
She was never married. 



952-LEANDER WILLEY JOSEPH 
(487,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Monongalia Co., W.Va. Married, 5-27-1883, 
Elizabeth Hartman, daughter of George F.C. and Amanda 
(Whisler) Hartman. 

Mr. Joseph was a 32nd degree Mason, a Knight Templar 
and a member of the Shrine Lodge at Wheeling, W.Va. He 
served as Past Master of Union Lodge No. 4, Morgantown, 
W.Va. Resided in Morgantown, W.Va. 



185 



Leander Willey Joseph 
Elizabeth (Hartman) Joseph 

CHILDREN: 

1232-Nellie Ethel Joseph 
1233-Marie Joseph 

DECEASED: 

952-Leander Willey Joseph 

Elizabeth (Hartman) Joseph 



BORN 
10-31-1857 
3-30-1859 

9-22-1886 
1-12-1889 

DIED 
6-17-1930 
3_ 7-1942 



955-LAURA EDITH JOSEPH 
(487,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Monongalia Co. , W.Va. Married Thomas J. 
son of Dr. George and Mary (Parriott) Hoskinson. 
believed they resided in Marshall County, W.Va. 
children. 

Laura Edith (Joseph) Hoskinson 
Thomas J. Hoskinson 



Hoskinson, 

It is 
No 

BORN 
9-16-1864 



DECEASED: 

955-Laura Edith (Joseph) Hoskinson 
Thomas J. Hoskinson 

Mrs. Hoskinson was buried in Benton Harbor, 
Mich., and Mr. Hoskinson in Chicago, 111. 



DIED 
12-28-1941 
11-25-1944 



958-CHARLES LEONARD JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 7-4-1894, Mary Ann 
Devine, born in Daybrook, W.Va. , daughter of John and 
Mary Jane (Britton) Devine. 

Leonard helped his father on the farm, devoting 
part time to cutting and logging timbers and operating 
a threshing-machine. He served as an apprentice under 
his father, learning the carpenter trade. After his 
marriage he moved to Daybrook, W.Va. , and later to 
Hundred, W.Va. , where most of his time was devoted to 
farming. He left the farm and moved to Fairmont, W.Va., 
where he built a house and made it his permanent resi- 
dence, and resumed his trade as a skilled carpenter. 



186 



He was killed in an accident on a job in 
of his duties. He was an Elder and leade 
of Christ. 

Charles Leonard Jackson 
Mary Ann (Devine) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1234-Huldah Velrie Jackson 
1235-Cinda Maude Jackson 
1236-Stacy Lowman Jackson 

DECEASED: 



the performance 
r in the Church 

BOEIN 
2-27-1869 
6-10-1870 

4- 5-1895 
4_ 6-1897 
3- 9-1900 



958~Charles Leonard Jackson 
Mary Ann (Devine) Jackson 

Buried in the Daybrook Cemetery, Daybrook, W.Va 



DIED 
2-23-1931 
5- 3-1945 



959-SARAH ELIZABETH JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va, Married, William M. Brewer, 
born in Fairview, W.Va., son of Ezra and Hannah (McGill) 
Brewer. 

They lived on a farm at Smithfield, W.Va., where 
their 17 children were born, sixteen of them having been 
successfully married. Sarah Elizabeth was a hardy and 
resourceful woman whose toils and long hours of work did 
not cease until she was well advanced in age. Through 
all her struggles and hardships in rearing a family of 
seventeen children she maintained a kindly and pleasant 
disposition. She died nearing her eighty-four year of 
age as a great-great-grandmother, and was survived by 
145 descendants. The memory of her life and character 
remains as a precious legacy to those who have survived 
her. She was a member of St, James Methodist Church. 

BORN 
Sarah Elizabeth (Jackson) Brewer 6- 1-1870 

William M. Brewer 3- 5-1865 

CHILDREN : 

1237-Arthur Lee Brewer 
1238-Jestus Demar Brewer 
1239-Laura Elizabeth Brewer 
1240-John Lindsay Brewer 



9-30-1887 

12- 6-1889 

6-16-1891 

1_ 7-1893 



187 

1241-Clein Ellsworth Brewer 10- 6-1894 

1242-Edward Emory Brewer 8- 9-1893 

1243-Alta Ellen Brewer 2-15-1898 

1244-Mary L. Brewer 8-15-1899 

1245-Charles Oval Brewer 7- 1-1901 

1246-William Bryan Brewer 4-30-1903 

1247-Ervln L. Brewer 3-11-1905 

1248-Norval Odgar Brewer 8-19-1906 

1249-Clarence Vance Brewer 5- 6-1908 

1250-Ora Albert Brewer 2-22-1910 

1251-Elvira Winnie Brewer 2- 6-1912 

1252-Virginia Maggie Brewer 9- 9-1913 

1253-Virchie Mae Brewer 12- 8-1916 

DECEASED: DIED 

1247-Ervin L. Brewer 10-16-1914 

William Brewer 8-16-1942 

959-Sarah Elizabeth (Jackson) Brewer 4- 5-1954 

Buried in the Barker Cemetery, Smithfield, W.Va, 



960-THURSA JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Silver Hill, Wetzel County, W.Va. Married, 
10_4_1888, Lindsay Cross, born at Proctor, W.Va., son of 
Jesse and Rebecca Ann (Hibbs) Cross. 

Lindsay first lived on his father's farm, near 
Kodol, W.Va., where he was allowed to take over a part 
of the farm for his own use. Later his father moved to 
Wheeling, W.Va., to work in the steel mills, and Lindsay 
took over and operated the farm until 1898, when he 
secured employment with the South Penn Oil Company. In 
the spring of 1900, he moved to Pine Grove in the same 
county and resided there until 1905, when he moved to 
Wileyville, W.Va., and lived there the remainder of his 
life. He was retired by the company in 1928, after 
completing 30 years of service, receiving a company 

pension. 

BORN 

Thursa (Jackson) Cross 11-25-1871 

Lindsay Cross 3- 4-1864 



188 



CHILDREN : 

1254-Florence Dorothy Cross 
1255-Jesse Calvin Cross 
1256-John Lewis Cross 
1257-Perry Elmer Cross 
1258-Dealie Forist Cross 
1259-Frank Lester Cross 
1260-Edna Cross 
1261-Frances Oretta Cross 
1262-Everett Edward Cross 
1263-Freda Cross 
1264-Kerman Ralph Cross 

DECEASED: 

1261-Frances Oretta Cross 
1263-Freda Cross 
960-Thursa (Jackson) Cross 
Lindsay Cross 

Buried in North View Cemetery, 
W. Va. 



7- 6-1889 
5-23-1891 

10- 9-1893 
5-29-1895 
9-19-1897 
3_ 6-1900 

11-22-1903 
4-21-1906 
1- 6-1908 

10-28-1909 
2-27-1912 

DIED 
9-24-1908 
7-18-1910 
1-28-1934 
8-18-1948 

New Martinsville, 



961-KATIE ASNETH JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 1 
Slider, born in Littleton, W.Va., son 
Isabel (Wade) Slider. Resided at Mt, 

Katie Asneth (Jackson) Slider 
George W. Slider 

CHILDREN : 

1265-Ernest Thurman Slider 
1266-Ovie Virgil Slider 
1267-Zona Audrey Slider 
1268-Clarence Andrew Slider 
1269-Mildred Slider 
1270-Arlie Gertrude Slider 
1271-Esther Althisa Slider 

DECEASED: 

1269-Mildred Slider 
1268-Clarence Andrew Slider 
George W. Slider 
961-Katie Asneth (Jackson) Slide 

Buried in Highland Cemetery, 



-14-1892, George W. 
of Abraham S. and 
Pleasant, Ohio. 
BORN 
11-11-1874 
6-26-1868 

9- 6-1893 
2- 9-1896 
9-17-1897 
1-18-1900 

12- 4-1901 
5-21-1909 

10-18-1912 

DIED 

2- 2-1902 

9-10-1917 

12- 5-1927 

: 1-31-1939 

Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. 



189 

962-ENOS PERRY JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 7-23-1903, Annie 
Church, born at Littleton, W.Va. 

When Perry was nine years old his parents moved to 
Smithfield, W.Va., where he spent the remainder of his 
life. The educational advantages where he lived were 
limited to a few months during the winter period. How- 
ever, he consistently applied himself to his studies and 
made rapid progress in the grade school. After com- 
pleting the elementary work he pursued his studies in 
preparation for the teaching profession. He received a 
State Teacher's certificate and taught for a number of 
years in the public schools. He was known for his me- 
thodical and accurate keeping of records including the 
birth-records of the students he had taught during his 
teaching-career. These records became useful more than 
forty years later, when former students needed proof of 
their birth to obtain birth certificates for Social 
Security benefits. He later gave up teaching and secured 
employment in a general merchandise store in Smithfield, 
Perry initiated the Jackson-Cain family reunion and 
served as President from 1925 to 1942. His sympathetic 
nature, his warm heart and sincerity made him a favorite. 
Many glowing tributes have been paid to his memory. He 
was a gentlemen by instinct, a fine person of fasci- 
nating manners, a large heart, and a true and genial 
nature. He was a consistent and devoted Christian. He 
early identified himself with the St, James Methodist 
Church at Smithfield, and was a faithful worker and able 
leader in the affairs of the church. 

BORN 
Enos Perry Jackson 1-19-1876 

Annie (Church) Jackson 2-10-1887 

CHILDREN: 

1272-Otto Virgil Jackson 6-26-1906 

1273-Carl Edwin Jackson 7-23-1910 

DECEASED: DIED 

962-Enos Perry Jackson 9-19-1948 

Buried in the Barker Cemetery, Smithfield, W.Va. 



190 

965-LINDSAY ELMUS JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 9-30-1905, Theola 
Belle Duncan, born near Margaret, W.Va., daughter of 
A.I. and Catherine (Robinson) Duncan. 

Lindsay spent the greater part of his life working 
in the oil fields of Wetzel County. He was engaged by 
the South Penn Oil Company in 1909 in their Operating 
and Producing Department. He retired, 11-28-1944, after 
35 years of accredited service. Res. of widow (1960) 
Route 2, Box 41, Wallace, W.Va. 

BORN 
Lindsay Elmus Jackson 11-28-1878 

Theola Belle (Duncan) Jackson 1-28-1887 

CHILDREN : 

1274-Orville Lynn Jackson 8-19-1906 

1275-Lloyd Clarence Jackson 9-23-1911 

1276-Irma Loraine Jackson 8- 7-1917 

1277-Lillie Edith Jackson 11-22-1919 

1278-Emogen Jackson 9- 7-1924 

DECEASED: 

1278-Emogen Jackson 9- 7-1924 

963-Lindsay Elmus Jackson 1-19-1950 

Emogen was buried in the Duncan private 
Cemetery, near Wallace, W.Va., and Lindsay 
in Mannington Memorial Park Cemetery, 
Mannington, W.Va. 



965-NOAH ALEXANDER JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 6-22-1904, Martha 
Winifred McMillan, born in Viola, W.Va., daughter of 
Hiram Thomas and Martha Jane (Myers) McMillan. 

They first lived at Moundsville, W.Va., 1904-1912, 
where Noah was engaged in general carpenter trade. In 
1912 they moved to Tiltonsville, Ohio, where he devoted 
part time employment with the Y. & 0. Coal Company. He 
developed a housing project at Tiltonsville and owned 
/ and operated a water utility, supplying customers in the 
]/ community. He left there in 1927 and settled at Upland, 
Calif. , and lived there the rest of his life. He 



191 



continued to follow the carpenter trade and built for 
himself a number of cottages on his own property, and 
also owned a small Lemon Grove. Res. of widow (1960) 
1737 West Arrow Highway, Upland, Calif. 



Noah Alexander Jackson 

Martha Winifred (McMillan) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

1279-Mary Terressa Jackson 
1280-Lesta Ann Jackson 
1281-Edith Estella Jackson 
1282-Margaret Pearl Jackson 
1283-Helen Winifred Jackson 

DECEASED: 

965-Noah Alexander Jackson 



BORN 
5-12-1882 
11-22-1881 

7-26-1905 
1-20-1907 
12-16-1909 
4-21-1914 
2-22-1919 

DIED 
4-15-1956 



Buried in Bellevue Mausoleum, Ontario, Calif, 



967-PRISCILLA JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 6-11- 
Clarence Ashcraft, born near Wyatt , W.Va. 
Wyatt, W.Va. 

Priscilla (Jackson) Ashcraft 
Alfred Clarence Ashcraft 

CHILDREN: 

1284-Thelma Irene Ashcraft 
1285-Ina Lorene Ashcraft 
1286-Walter Von Ashcraft 

DECEASED: 

1285-Ina Lorene Ashcraft 
1286-Walter Von Ashcraft 

Alfred Clarence Ashcraft 
967-Priscilla (Jackson) Ashcraft 

Buried in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, 



1906, to Alfred 
Resided at 

BORN 
4-14-1886 
6-24-1875 

6- 5-1907 
6- 4-1909 
3-25-1917 

DIED 

1909 

4-13-1917 

8- 8-1932 

3_17_1940 

Wyatt, W.Va. 



192 



968-GARRIE OLIVE JACKSON 
(492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, Earl Denzil Burgess, 
born in Barracksville , W.Va. Resided at Barracksville , 
W.Va. 



Carrie Olive (Jackson) Burgess 
Earl Denzil Burgess 

CHILD: 

1287-Pansy Marie Burgess 

DECEASED: 

968-Carrie Olive (Jackson) Burgess 
Earl Denzil Burgess 
Buried in the Baptist Cemetery, 
Barracksville, W.Va. 



BORN 
12-13-1889 
8- 6-1893 

1-22-1909 

DIED 
3-17-1928 
6-28-1946 



970-ANNA MAE JACKSON 
(493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. She first married, 1-22-1902, 
Lyndan Taylor Farmer, born in Flushing, Ohio, son of 
Thomas C. and Sarah Parker (Chandler) Farmer, She 
married (2nd) 6-21-1952, George W. Boynton, of Hillsboro, 
N.H. , son of Clinton and Lavina (Clough) Boynton. 

Anna Mae was a member of the Bridgeport Chapter; 
Order of the Eastern Star, served as Worthy Matron in 
1934; A charter member of the Holy City Shrine, Wheeling, 
W.Va. , and a member of the daughters of the Nile. A 
member of the First Methodist Church. Mr. Farmer was 
employed by the United States Steel Co. He was a Trustee 
of the First Methodist Church, Bridgeport, Ohio, and a 
32nd degree Mason. 

Mr. Boynton is a graduate of Dartmouth College. He 
was a Representative of the State of New Hampshire for 
ten years, and was elected Senator of his State in 1943. 
He has been a member of the State Cancer Commission since 
1941. He resides at Hillsboro, N.H. 

BORN 
Anna Mae (Jackson) Farmer) Boynton 9-24-1884 

Lyndan Taylor Farmer 8-20-1875 

George W. Boynton 1-10-1882 



CHILDREN : 

1288-Cyril Jackson Farmer 
1289-Norman Chandler Farmer 
1290-Dorothy Violet Farmer 
1291 -Oakley Milo Farmer 

DECEASED: 

Lyndan Taylor Farmer 
970-Anna Mae (Jackson) (Farmer) Boynton 



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3- 1-1904 

5- 7-1905 

4-21-1911 

11-25-1916 

DIED 
1-17-1938 
11- 6-1960 



Buried in Belmont Memorial Park Cemetery, 
St. Clairsville, 0. 



971-ASA BANNING JACKSON 



(493,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. 
Wells born in England. 



Married, 8-3-1908, Nellie 



Asa Banning Jackson 
Nellie (Wells) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1292-Charles Damon Jackson 

1293-Caroline Maud Jackson 

1294-Asa Jackson 

1295-Walker Jackson 
DECEASED: 

1294-Asa Jackson 

1295-Walker Jackson 
971-Asa Banning Jackson 

Nellie (Wells) Jackson 



BORN 
10-11-1886 
4-14- 

9-24-1909 
11-21-1912 

5-29-1918 

DIED 

7- 1916 
8-15-1927 

8- 7-1943 
5-24-1947 



973-MAUDE JACKSON 
(493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married, 7-23-1910, William 
Roth, born in Wellsburg, W.Va., son of Adam and Jennie 
(Jones) Roth. 

Mr. Roth was in the employ of the Cameron Glass 
Company for thirty-five years, having started in 1914 
as a glass-blower, and in 1927 became manager of the 
firm, and at the time of his death was president of the 
company. Members of First Brethren Church. Res. of 
widow (1960) Cameron, W.Va. 



194 



Maude (Jackson) Roth 
William Roth 

CHILDREN : 

1296-Helen Virginia Roth 
1297-Daryl Jackson Roth 
1298-Charles William Roth 

DECEASED: 

1296-Helen Virginia Roth 
William Roth 



BORN 
2-19-1890 
4-14-1889 

1- 6-1912 
3-23-1914 
6-16-1916 

DIED 
1- 9-1912 
5-19-1949 



Helen was buried in Brooke Cemetery, Wellsburg, 
W.Va,, and Mr. Roth was buried in Highland 
Cemetery, Cameron, W.Va. 



974-WALKER EPHRAIM JACKSON 
(493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. He served in World War I, 
Married, 1-21-1930, Frances Helen Moke, born in 
Uhrichsville, Ohio. No children. 

Walker Ephraim Jackson 
Frances Helen (Moke) Jackson 



BORN 
7-17-1894 
6-11-1884 



DECEASED: DIED 

974-Walker Ephraim Jackson 1-28-1946 

Buried in Linwood Cemetery, Blaine, Ohio. 



975-HOMER LEE SIMMONS 
(494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 9-25-1895, Harriet 
Jones, born in Wellsburg, W.Va. 

BORN 
Homer Lee Simmons 9-22-1870 

Harriet (Jones) Simmons 5-21-1867 

CHILD: 

1299-Helen Belinda Simmons 3-16-1897 

DECEASED: DIED 

975-Homer Lee Simmons 4- 6-1945 

Buried in Riverview Cemetery, Charlottesville, 
Va. 



195 

976-ADA SIMMONS 
(494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 12-31-1898, Jonathan 
Watson, born in Wetzel Co., W.Va. No children. 

BORN 
Ada (Siitntions) Watson 7-11-1872 

Jonathan Watson 

DECEASED: DIED 

976-Ada (Simmons) 7-28-1946 

977-HIRAM B. SIMMONS 
(494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 1896, Ella Garner, 
born in Wetzel Co., W.Va. Hiram devoted most of his 
early life to the Blacksmith trade. 

BORN 
Hiram B. Simmons 6-16-1876 

Ella (Garner) Simmons 3-18-1876 

CHILD: 

1300-Harold Simmons 8- 1897 

DECEASED: DIED 

977-Hiram B, Simmons 5- 2-1943 

1300-Harold Simmons (Unmarried) 6- 2-1957 

Hiram was buried near Monongahela, Penna, 



978-IRA SIMMONS 
(494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. He married as his first wife, 

Hazel , No children. He married for his second 

wife, Edith . Resided in Mt. Lebanon, Penna. 

BORN 
Ira Simmons 6- 1-1881 

Edith Simmons 10-15-1891 

CHILDREN: (Contributed by Anna Mae Boynton) 

1301-Ted Simmons 

1302-Thursa Simmons 3-13-1922 

1303-Iris Simmons 



196 



1304-Ruth Simmons 
1305-Thelma Simmons 



10-20-1929 



DECEASED: DIED 

978-Ira Simmons 8- 7-1938 

Buried in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Mt. Lebanon, 
Penna, 



979-BERTHA MAY JACKSON 
(496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, Nicholas Richard 
White, born in Wileyville, W.Va, 



BORN 

6- 5-1879 
6-18-1867 



Bertha May (Jackson) White 
Nicholas Richard White 

CHILDREN: 

1306-Virchie Elizabeth White 
1307-Cora Kathryn White 
1308-Homer Edward White 
1309-Nellie Olive White 
1310-Delphia Deloris White 
1311-Orange William White 

DECEASED: 

1311-Orange William White 
979-Bertha May (Jackson) White 
Nicholas Richard White 
Nicholas and Orange were buried in the Montrose 
Cemetery at Moundsville, W.Va. Bertha May was 
buried in the Macedonia Cemetery at Silver Hill, 
W.Va. 



8- 1-1897 

3- 5-1901 
6-13-1904 
5-10-1906 
8- 9-1907 

10- 1911 

DIED 
1912 
6-14-1942 

4- 1948 



980-ALONZO JACKSON 
(496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 7-26-1905, Rosetta 
Taylor, born near Silver Hill, daughter of Thomas Henry 
and Charlotte (Custer) Taylor, of Hallbrook, Penna. 

Alonzo Jackson learned the carpenter trade, start- 
ing as an apprentice under his father, and became a 
skilled carpenter early in life . He has always lived 



197 

in Silver Hill doing part-time farming and engaged in 
other work, such as operating saw and planing-mills and 
threshing-machines, but the greater parts of his life 
has been devoted to the carpenter trade building homes 
churches and general construction work. He is now in 
his 80th year of age, and said he had retired, but 
admitted his service was in demand and he is still doing 
some special work that keeps him in part-time employment. 
He lives on his 37|-acre farm which he purchased in 1912 
from George Church. A gas well was drilled on the farm 
from which he receives a rental payment. The well is 
now used for underground storage of natural gas. They 
are members of the Church of Christ. They celebrated 
their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Res. (1960) Silver 
Hill, W.Va. 

BORN 
Alonzo Jackson 3-19-1881 

Rosetta (Taylor) Jackson 8-22-1880 

CHILD: 

1312-Bessie Edrie Jackson 8- 8-1908 



981-SAMUEL JACKSON 
(496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Board Tree, Wetzel Co., W.Va. Married, 2-8-1919, 
Amanda Catherine Kirkland, born in Wileyville, W.Va,, 
daughter of Joseph W. and Lucinda (Fur bee) Kirkland, of 
Wileyville, W.Va. 

Samuel Jackson was killed a few months after his 
marriage in the performance of a heroic and courageous 
deed to protect the lives of others. An account of his 
death appeared in a Wetzel County newspaper, as follows;- 
"Samuel Jackson, son of Orange Jackson of Silver Hill, 
was instantly killed Thursday afternoon, while on his 
way to the Grandison Lemaster farm when the drive-wheel 
on a tractor engine of the threshing-machine gave way and 
plunged down a steep embankment, going through a corn 
field stricking a tree 18 inches in diameter before it 
finally stopped and the machine a complete wreck. 

"Mr. Jackson and his brother, Alonzo, were on the 
Engine when it started down hill, the brother jumped and 
was unhurt, but in order to prevent the engine from tear- 
ing through the Lemaster home, Samuel courageously stayed 



198 



at the throttle to turn it by and when he jumped he was 
caught in the machine. 

"The Jackson brothers had been operating a thresher 
for a number of years and were well known throughout the 
neighborhood and all will be deeply grieved at his sad 
death. Samuel was married last February to Amanda 
Kirkland of Wileyville, who survies him; also his father, 
mother, brother and sister." Res. of widow (1960) 
241 Leap Street, New Martinsville, W.Va. 

BORN 
Samuel Jackson 6-19-1885 

Amanda Catherine (Kirkland) Jackson 3-14-1882 

CHILD: 

1313-Samuel Terrell Jackson 11-29-1919 

DECEASED: DIED 

981-Samuel Jackson 8-28-1919 

Buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, Silver Hill 
W. Va. 



9 8 3- JOSEPH C. JACKSON 
(497,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Wetzel Co. , W.Va, Married, 
5_3_1923, Tacie Dugan. No children. 

BORN 
Joseph C. Jackson 1-22-1884 

Tacie (Dugan) Jackson 5- 7-1887 

DECEASED; DIED 

983-Joseph C. Jackson 12- 9-1948 

Buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, Silver Hill, 
W.Va. 



984-HARRISON JACKSON 
(497,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Wetzel Co., W.Va., 5-11-1888. He 
was never married. He died, 3-25-1913, and was buried in 
the Macedonia Cemetery, Silver Hill, W.Va, 



199 

985-CLIFFORD JACKSON 
(497,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Wetzel Co., W.Va. Married, Edith 
Alvarettia Gorby, born in Wileyville, W.Va. 

BORN 
Clifford Jackson 4-22-1892 

Edith Alvarettia (Gorby) Jackson 8-21-1908 

CHILDREN: 

1314-Elizabeth Madge Jackson 7-22-1925 

1315-Genevieve Fay Jackson 9-13-1927 

DECEASED: DIED 

1314-Elizabeth Madge Jackson 1-13-1929 

1315-Genevieve Fay Jackson 1-15-1929 

985-Clifford Jackson 6- 7-1939 



986-ARTHUR JACKSON 
(500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 6-18-1916, Clara 
Alice Downey, born at Garrison, Penna. , daughter of 
William Henry and Margaret Ann (Wise) Downey. 

Arthur was a teacher in the public schools of Wetzel 
County, W.Va. , from 1907 to 1916, when he was appointed 
Postmaster at Littleton, W.Va. , and served until 1922. 
He was again appointed Postmaster at Littleton in 1936 
and served until he retired on November 30, 1956. He 
receives a pension. Mrs. Jackson also taught in the 
public schools from 1912 to 1916. Res. (1960) Littleton, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Arthur Jackson 10- 2-1887 

Clara Alice (Downey) Jackson 4- 8-1894 

CHILDREN: 

1316-Wilda Margaret Jackson 6-13-1917 

1317-Alice Marie Jackson 5-30-1919 

1318-Helen Marjorie Jackson 10- 2-1920 

1319-Evelyn Grace Jackson 7-26-1922 

1320-Charles Robert Jackson 10-21-1924 

DECEASED: DIED 

1317-Alice Marie Jackson 2-13-1930 

1320-Charles Robert Jackson 7-19-1945 

Buried in Rice Cemetery, Board Tree, W.Va. 



200 

987-FELIX PYLES JACKSON 
(500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Silver Hill W.Va. Married, 4-26-1915, Pearl 
McNicholas, born at Ned, Greene County, Penna. 

Felix served as Deputy Sheriff of Wetzel County, 
W.Va., and later was engaged in oil field drilling- 
operations in W.Va., and Penna., and continued in this 
work until 1939, when he was employed by the National 
Steel Corporation, at Weirton, W.Va., and retired by the 
company on January 6, 1955, after sixteen years of 
service. Res. of widow (1960) 110 Mason Street, 
Weirton, W, Va. 

BORN 
Felix Pyles Jackson 7-10-1889 

Pearl (McNicholas) Jackson 7-15-1890 

CHILDREN : 

1321-Mary Margaret Jackson 2-15-1916 

1322-Felix Mark Jackson 9-17-1917 

1323-Edward McNicholas Jackson 3-28-1919 

DECEASED: DIED 

987-Felix Pyles Jackson 8- 3-1960 

Buried in the McNicholas Cemetery, at Ned, Penna. 



988-BEATRICE JACKSON 
(500,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born near Silver Hill, W.Va. 
A. Cain, born at Dean, W.Va. 

Beatrice (Jackson) Cain 
William A. Cain 



Married, 2-17-1918, William 
Resided at Littleton, W.Va. 

BORN 
8-22-1891 
6-17-1894 



CHILDREN: 

1324-Virgil Walker Cain 
1325-Veril Walter Cain 
1326-Lawrence Cain 
1327-Joseph Webster Cain 

DECEASED: 

988-Beatrice (Jackson) Cain 

Buried in Woodlawn Memorial Park, 
New Martinsville, W.Va, 



6-25-1920 
6-25-1920 
8-31-1922 
6-26-1924 

DIED 
10- 5-1957 



201 

989-DONALD PERRY JACKSON 
(501,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Marshall Co., W.Va. Married, 
7-1-1911, Mary Agnes Ruziska, born in Montreal, Canada. 

BORN 
Donald Perry Jackson 8-24-1888 

Mary Agnes (Ruziska) Jackson 7_ 8-1884 

CHILD: 

1328-Donald Joseph Jackson 7-24-1912 

DECEASED: DIED 

989-Donald Perry Jackson 1-22-1942 

Buried at Weston, W.Va. 

990-CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH JACKSON 
(501,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Marshall Co. , W.Va. She first 
married- Landy Luther Eavenson, born in Kingwood, W.Va. 
Her second husband was Emil Ruziska, born in North 
Baltimore, Ohio. 

BORN 
Charlotte Elizabeth(Jackson) (Eavenson)Ruziska 8-14-1890 
Landy Luther Eavenson 3-15-1885 

CHILDREN : 

1329-Basle Eavenson 

1330-Bhula Delia Eavenson 2-15-1909 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Emil Ruziska 11-16-1891 

CHILD: 

1331-Wayne Ervin Ruziska 10-20-1922 

DECEASED: DIED 

990-Charlotte Elizabeth( Jackson) (Eavenson) 

Ruziska 11-20-1932 



991 -VIOLA LAVERNIA JACKSON 
(501,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Marshall Co., W.Va. Married, 
6-3-1929, Okey Clark Hillberry, born in Kingmont, W.Va, 



202 

Res. of Widow (1960) 439 Dunkard Ave., Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Viola Lavernia (Jackson) Hillberry 11- 2-1895 

Okey Clark Hillberry 11-13-1881 

CHILDREN : 

1332-Okey Hillberry 8- 9-1930 

1333-Samuel Hillberry 8- 9-1930 

1334-William Yost Hillberry 12- 1-1931 

DECEASED: DIED 

1332-Okey Hillberry 8- 9-1930 

1333-Samuel Hillberry 8- 9-1930 

Okey Clark Hillberry 8-28-1958 

Infant children are buried in East Oak Grove 
Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va., and Mr. Hillberry 
was buried in Beverly Hill Memorial Garden 
Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va. 



9 9 2- WINONA MAE WHITE 
(502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 2-22-1913, Elroy 
Chambers, born in Howard, W.Va,, son of Benjamin Franklin 
and Anna (Brewer) Chambers. Resided at Howard, W.Va. 

BORN 
Winona Mae (White) Chambers 8- 1-1890 

Elroy Chambers 10-11-1890 

CHILDREN : 

1335-Mabel Virginia Chambers 12-27-1913 

1336~Roberta Eloise Chambers 1-24-1915 

1337-Goldie Verna Chambers 7-26-1916 

1338-Fortha Chambers 7- 3-1918 

1339-Ira Buster Chambers 11-26-1919 

1340-Georgia Myrrl Chambers 6-29-1921 

1341-Charlotte Agnes Chambers 1-24-1923 

1342-Henry Earl Chambers 4-24-1924 

1343-Barbara Vaugh Chambers 3-19-1926 

1344-Dorothy Hope Chambers 12-22-1927 

1345-Annie Viola Chambers 12-18-1929 

1346-William Chambers 1-29-1932 

1347-Corella Lucille Chambers 8- 2-1933 



203 

DECEASED: DIED 

1341-Charlotte Agnes Chambers 6- 3-1926 

1343-Barbara Vaugh Chambers 5-15-1926 

1346-William Chambers 1-29-1932 

992-Winona Mae (White) Chambers 5-10-1951 

Buried in the Macedonia Cemetery, 
Silver Hill, W.Va. 



993-VEmA ORLENA WHITE 
(502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 12-25-1914, Perry 
Pyles, son of William Calvin and Flora Pyles. Velma 
was a teacher in the public schools of Wetzel and 
Marshall County for a number of years. No children. 

BORN 
Velma Orlena (White)Pyles 10-12-1892 

Perry Pyles 

DECEASED: DIED 

993-Velma Orlena (White) Pyles 1-28-1916 

Buried in Macedonia Cemetery, Silver Hill, W.Va, 



994-CECIL TRUMAN WHITE 
(502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married Georgia Clara Miller, 
born in Silver Hill, W.Va,, daughter of Clarence Wiley 
and Chloie Vernis (Stern) Miller, Cecil White was a 
farmer and engaged part time in oil field work. Res. 
(1960) Bebee, W.Va. 

BORN 
Cecil Truman White 4-18-1900 

Georgia Clara (Miller) White 3-20-1915 

CHILDREN: 

1348-Alta Leverne White 2-11-1935 

1349-Harold Rex White 1-24-1940 

1350-Phyllis Janet White 5- 8-1944 

1351-Loretta Ruth White 7-11-1946 

1352-Vilda Elner White 2-18-1950 



204 

995-WINIFRED BELLE PROTZMAN 
(503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 6-16-1910, Roy Olney 
Hall, born in Gilmer Co., W.Va,, son of Michael Columbus 
and Myra Maria (Hughes) Hall. She Received the A.B. 
degree from Fairmont State College. She was at teacher 
in the elementary schools of Monongalia County. W.Va., 
for thirty-eight years. She was a member of the Eastern 
Star and White Shrine, She was a member, of and took 
an active part in the affairs of the Women's Business 
and Professional Club, holding many offices, and serving 
the club in several official capacities. Resided at 
Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Winifred Belle (Protzman) Hall 2-29-1884 

Roy Olney Hall 7-18-1884 

CHILDREN : 

1353-Myra Maria Hall 10-17-1913 

1354-Roy Olney Hall, Jr. 10- 5-1914 

DECEASED; DIED 

995-Winifred Belle (Protzman) Hall 12-16-1954 
Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, near 
Morgantown, W.Va. 



99 6- ROBERT LESLIE PROTZMAN 
(503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va, Married, 9-4-1920, Nell Marie 
' Dingle, born in Nevada, daughter of John and Catherine 
(Cahill) Dingle. John was born in England and Catherine 
was born in Ireland. Robert served in World War I. At 
the beginning of the war he was with the National Guard 
in Sacramento County, Calif. , and later was sent to 
France. He was wounded and received a purple heart 
/ medal. No children. Resided at Sacramento, Calif. 

BORN 
Robert Leslie Protzman 2- 6-1887 

Nell Marie (Dingle) Protzman 8-17-1895 

DECEASED: DIED 

996-Robert Leslie Protzman 3- 1-1949 

Nell Marie (Dingle) Protzman 11-29-1956 



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997-VIRGINIA ESTELLA PROTZMAN 
(503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-15-1907, Hugh 
Campbell Ellison, born at Potter Brook, Penna, , son of 
William A. and Jessie (Campbell) Ellison, They resided 
at Fayetteville, N,Y. , and later DeLand , 



Fla, 



Virginia Estella (Protzman) Ellison 

Hugh Campbell Ellison 

CHILDREN: 

1355-Gertrude R. Ellison 
1356-Helen Virginia Ellison 
1357-Thelma Jane Ellison 
DECEASED: 

997-Virginia Estella (Protzman) Ellison 
Hugh Campbell Ellison 



BORN 
5-28-1889 
4-30-1888 

2-27-1910 
7- 4-1915 
9-30-1920 

DIED 
9- 9-1944 
11- 2-1960 



998-MARGARETTE PROTZMAN 
(503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1908 
Brake, born in Morgantown, W.Va., son of 
J. (Calhoun) Brake. They resided at Mor 
until about 1924 when they moved to East 

Margarette (Protzman) Brake 
William Ohley Brake 

CHILDREN: 

1358-Wanda Evelyn Brake 

1359-Glen Dale Brake 

1360-Gladys Brake 

1361-Ruth Eleanor Brake 

1362-Donald Robert Brake 

1363-Marian Brake 

1364-Betty Jane Brake 

1365-William McDonald Brake 

1366-Richard Norton Brake 

1367-Robert Ohley Brake 
DECEASED : 

1360-Gladys Brake 



, William Ohley 
Judson and Cora 
g ant own, W.Va. , 
Bloomfield, N.Y. 
BORN 
7- 7-1891 
12-25-1888 

4-15-1909 

12-22-1910 

-1912 

5- 8-1915 

8-26-1917 



11-13-1922 

4-26-1925 

7-21-1927 

3- 2-1933 

DIED 



206 



1363-Marian Brake 

998-Margarette (Protzman) Brake 10- 8-1946 



999-EDITH PROTZMAN 
(503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 8-31-1918, Herbert 
McMillen, born at Masontown, W.Va,, son of Alcinus Finton 
and Christy (Guseman) McMillen. 

Edith graduated from high school in 1914, and at- 
tended summer school at West Virginia University, pursu- 
ing a course for a teaching career. She completed the 
necessary work required to enable her to pass the teach- 
er ♦s examination. After receiving her teacher* s certi- 
ficate she taught four years in the public schools of 
Monongalia and Marion counties. She was employed by the 
Morrison Department Store for eight years, 1936-1944 
the last four years in the capacity of Department Super- 
visor and Assistant Buyer for the firm. 

Edith has achieved considerable recognition through 
her ability and skill in making cute doll-babies and 
designing doll-costumes. The doll she designed is a 
creation of her own, and was first made for her grand- 
children, but others saw it and wanted one like it, and 
soon she had an interesting and profitable hobby. She 
makes the complete doll and the design for each costume. 
The dolls are lovely creations that not only delight the 
child fortunate enough to receive one, but they also 
hold appeal for women, who use them for decorative pieces 
for vanity tables or beds. She has made hundreds of 
these dolls which have found their way into Alaska and 
most of the other states, and have been copied by Japan, 
the Netherlands and many of the countries throughout 
the world. 

She became interested in our family history and 
offered her services which the author gratefully accept- 
ed. She gathered and assembled the records for at least 
sixty-five of the families appearing herein; spent much 
time in the search of county court records; supplied 
pictures, photostat copies of records and other valuable 
and pertinent data. She has in her possession the family 
Bible of Josiah Jackson containing the birth-records for 
his twenty-seven children and dates of deceased children; 



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also one of his General ledgers of accounts containing 
entries of early records of the Jacksoh Iron Works. 

She is a member of the Business and Professional 
Women's Club; Daughters of the American Revolution and 
Daughters of the American Colonist. 

Mr. McMillen graduated from the West Liberty Normal 
School in 1910. He then taught one term in the public 
schools of Preston County, W.Va. In 1911 he entered 
West Virginia Universtiy, receiving his A.B. degree in 
1916, and Master's degree in 1930. 

He began his high school teaching career in 1915, 
at Morgantown High School as a physics teacher, but it 
was interrupted in 1918, when he decided to accept a 
position with the National Carbon Company, Niagara Falls, 
N.Y. After five years of industrial employment he began 
to look forward to returning to the classroom. In 1923, 
he learned there was an opening at the Morgantown High 
School, and he immediately resigned from the National 
Carbon Company to accept the position of chemistry 
teacher. He continued in this capactiy until 1958, when 
he retired after forty-three years of continuous employ- 
ment; thirty-nine of these years were spent in the 
school-room. He was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. 
Mr. McMillen has been a member of the National Education 
Association and its various branches, and of the state 
and national Science Teachers Assocation. He was a 
sponsor for the National Honor Society of Morgantown 
High School for twenty-eight years. Both he and his 
wife are members of the Wesley Methodist Church. Res. 
(1960) 804 Louise Avenue, Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Edith (Protzman) McMillen 4-29-1893 

Herbert McMillen 12-25-1887 

CHILDREN : 

1368-Jean McMillen 6- 5-1919 

1369-Christine McMillen 11-11-1920 

1370-Edith Ann McMillen 4-19-1925 



1001-MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON 
(504,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 5-25-1935, Roy 
Alfred Dunn, son of Ira and Emma (Wolfe) Dunn, Res. 
(1960) Route 4, Morgantown, W.Va. 



208 



Mary Elizabeth (Jackson) Dunn 
Roy Alfred Dunn 

CHILDREN: 

1371-Alfred Paul Dunn 
1372-Richard Dale Dunn 
1373-Robert Allen Dunn 

DECEASED: 

1371-Alfred Paul Dunn 



BORN 
8- 3-1916 
9-12-1909 

12-22-1935 
7-22-1940 
2- 1-1941 

DIED 
11-13-1958 



1002-EVA MAY WATTS 
(505,221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 2-24-1913, John Lee 
Core, born in Morgantown, W.Va. No Children. Res, of 
widow (1960) 66 Church Court, Shinnston, W.Va. 

BORN 
5-18-1884 
9-17-1883 

DIED 
John Lee Core 12-13-1943 

Buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Shinnston W.Va, 



Eva May (Watts) Core 
John Lee Core 

DECEASED: 



1003-LYDIA LULU WATTS 
(505,221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 10-30-1911, Archie 
Ward Tetrick, born near Enterprise, W.Va., son of Ozias 
and Nancy (Davis) Tetrick. No Children. Res. of widow 
(1960) 67 Station St. , Shinnston, W.Va. 

BORN 
Lydia LuLu (Watts) Tetrick 4-12-1888 

Archie Ward Tetrick 5-28-1885 

DECEASED: DIED 

Archie Ward Tetrick 3- 6-1956 

Buried in Masonic Cemetery, Shinnston, W.Va. 



209 

1005-BESSIE PEARL SHISLER 
(510,221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1-8-1906, Guy W. 
Scott, son of Henry Scott. No children. 

BORN 
Bessie Pearl (Shisler) Scott 5-30-1888 
Guy W. Scott , 

1006-EMERY EARL SHISLER 
(510,221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-16-1916, Ruth Gray, 
daughter of William Gray. 

BORN 
Emery Earl Shisler 7-17-1891 
Ruth (Gray) Shisler 

CHILDREN : 

1374-Irene Leona Shisler ,.,.. 

1375^Earl Gray Shisler 

1376-Harry Emery Shisler 

1377-Dorothy Ruth Shisler 

1009-LAVADA CLIFTON SHISLER 
(510,221,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Easton, W.Va. Married, 1920, Paul Ayersman, born 
in Rowlesburg, W.Va., son of Philip and Myrtle (Davis) 
Ayersman. Res. (1960) 264 Hartman Run Rd. , Morgantown, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Lavada Clifton (Shisler) Ayersman 5- 8-1899 

Paul Ayersman 10-21-1897 

CHILDREN: 

1378-Elsie Pauline Ayersman 1-18-1921 

1379-Paul Ayersman 1-22-1922 

1380-Mina Elaine Ayersman 7- 3-1924 

1381-William Preston Ayersman 11- 8-1926 

1382-Doris Jean Ayersman 10-12-1927 

1383-Deloris June Ayersman 10-12-1927 

1384-George Ralph Ayersman 12-19-1928 



210 



1385-Robert Lowell Ayersman 
1386-Douglas Harold Ayersman 
1387-Phillip Carl Ayersman 
1388-Donna Jean Ayersman 
1389-David Earl Ayersman 
1390-Willis Parker Ayersman 

DECEASED 

1378-Elsie Pauline Ayersman 
1379-Paul Ayersman 
1382-Doris Jean Ayersman 
1383-Deloris June Ayersman 
1384-George Ralph Ayersman 
1385-Robert Lowell Ayersman 
1389-David Earl Ayersman 



12-17-1930 
8-24-1934 
6-27-1936 
3-21-1938 

10-21-1940 
2-26-1942 

DIED 
1-18-1921 



1012-CHARLES EMORY JACKSON 
(513,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood , W.Va. Married, 3-5-1947, Ina Germaine 
Coff indaf fer , born in Shinnston, W.Va,, daughter of Dr. 
Russell Smith and Beulah (Boggess) Coff indaf fer. 

Charles graduated from Kingwood High School. He 
received the B.S, degree in Chemical Engineering from 
West Virginia Universtiy, 1943. He is the Production 
Supervisor for the Union Carbide Chemicals Company, 
Charleston, W.Va. Res. (1960) Box 27, 1061 Highland Dr., 
St. Albans, W.Va. 

BORN 
Charles Emory Jackson 3- 2-1914 

Ina Germaine (Coff indaf fer) Jackson 4-16-1924 

CHILDREN: 

1391-Charles Russell Jackson 7- 8-1949 

1392-Carney Brand Jackson 8-24-1951 

1393-Sidney Boggess Jackson 8-24-1951 



1013-GLADYS JANE JACKSON 
(513,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 10-11-1945, Dr. Julian 
R. Hardaway, son of Dr. A. Moorman and Mary 0. (Clarkson) 
Hard away. 



211 

Mrs. Hardaway graduated from Kingwood High School in 
1935, and later attended Sinai Hospital School of Nursing, 
Baltimore, Md, , where she graduated as a Registered Nurse, 
At the beginning of World War II she enlisted for service 
in the United States Army Nurses Corps, and was released 
at the close of the war, having served four years, in- 
cluding two years at the Tripler General Hospital, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. Res. (1960) 550 Boone Trail, Danville, 

Ky. 

BORN 
Gladys Jane (Jackson) Hardaway 8-22-1917 

Julian R. Hardaway 7-20-1919 

CHILDREN : 

1394-Frances Ackley Hardaway 2- 6-1949 

1395-Thomas Pierce Hardaway 12-12-1950 

1396-Charles Jackson Hardaway 6-14-1952 



1014- JAMES WILLIAM JACKSON 



(514,225,81,25,4,1) 



Born at Bretz , Preston Co., W.Va. Married, 8-12-1928, 
Virginia Chaplin, born in Morgantown, W.Va,, daughter 
of B.M. and Minnie (Strosnider) Chaplin. James is en- 
gaged in Industrial Construction work. Res. (1960) 
313 Northwest 13th St,, Homestead, Fla, 



James William Jackson 
Virginia (Chaplin) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1397-James William Jackson, Jr. 
1398-Benjamin Hoy Jackson 
1399-Mary Jane Jackson 
1400-Sharon Ann Jackson 



BORN 
7-24-1907 
4- 1-1905 

8-15-1930 

1-29-1932 

9- 1942 

11- 1943 



1015-LUCILE MAXINE JACKSON 
(514,225,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Masontown, W.Va. Married, 5-30-1936, Glenn 
Donovan Schaeffer. Lucile is a graduate of Fairmont 
State College. She has been a teacher in the elementary 
schools of Preston Co. , W.Va. , for the past twenty years. 



212 



She is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Res, 
(1960) 103 Price St , Kingwood , W.Va. 

BORN 
Lucile Maxine (Jackson) Schaeffer 8-31-1910 

Glenn Donovan Schaeffer 8- 6-1909 

CHILD: 

1401-Glenn Donovan Schaeffer, Jr. 9-11-1939 



1016-LOUISE EDNA JACKSON 
(514,225,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Bretz , Preston Co., W.Va. Married, 5-30-1931, 
Willis Harold Ross, son of Charles B, and Elsie M. 
(Crowe) Ross. Louise is a member of the Presbyterian 
Church and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. 
Res. (1960) 127 Jackson St., Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Louise Edna (Jackson) Ross 10-12-1912 

Willis Harold Ross 4-12-1909 



CHILDREN : 

1402-Dona Lucane Ross 
1403-Donald William Ross 



11- 3-1933 
6-27-1936 



101 7- JOHN ROBERT JACKSON 
(516,225,81,25,4,1)- 



Born in Kingwood, W.Va. l>larried, 6-24-1932, Thelma 
Pentony, daughter of Hubert and Irma (Ashby) Pentony. 
Res. (1960) 205 Broadmoor Blvd., South, Springfield, 111, 

BORN 
John Robert Jackson 12-18-1908 

Thelma (Pentony) Jackson 5-26-1908 

CHILDREN : 

1404-John Joseph Jackson 3-31-1933 

1405-Rosemary Jackson 7- 8-1938 

1406-Jay Edward Jackson 12- 2-1943 



213 

1018-WILLIAM EDWARD JACKSON 
(516,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood , W, Va. Married, W - 25-1957 , Katherine 
Koch, daughter of Edward A, and Rose (Salm) Koch, Res. 
(1960) 38 East 7th Street, Frederick, Md. 

BORN 
William Edward Jackson 11-19-1912 

Katherine (Koch) Jackson 4_ 1-1914 

CHILDREN : 

1407-Nancy Ann Jackson 8-13-1939 

1408-Susan Katherine Jackson 3-13-1941 

1409-Mary Lee Jackson 8- 7-1943 



1019-SUSAN RACHEL JACKSON 
(516,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 6-23-1938, Homer C. 
Brooks, Jr., son of Homer Cramer and Bessie Alice (Dixon) 
Brooks. Res. (1960) P.O. Box 142, Walkersville, Md. 

BORN 
Susan Rachel (Jackson) Brooks 9-25-1914 

Homer C. Brooks, Jr. 8-29-1917 

CHILD: 

1410-William Brooks 10-24-1942 



10 20- PAUL ROBERT JACKSON 
(518,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 11-26-1958, Reva Velle 
Loughry, daughter of Clarence Loughry, No children. 
Res. (1960) Main Street, Kingwood, W.Va. 

BORN 
Paul Robert Jackson 4- 3-1938 

Reva Velle (Loughry) Jackson 12-26-1940 



1024-THELMA BEATRICE MENEAR 
(523,228,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Kingwood, W.Va. She was first married, 1924, to 
Victor Hill. Her second marriage, 1-17-1947, 



214 



Edward Dykeman. No issue. Res. (1960) 4816 Cedar Ave., 
Philadelphia 43, Penna. 

BORN 
Thelma Beatrice (Menear)(Hill) Dykeman 6-12-1909 
Victor Hill 1907 

Edward Dykeman 4-26-1897 

CHILD: 

1411-Charles Ronald Hill 11-23-1926 



1025-MABEL IRENE MENEAR 



(523,228,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 8-14-1946, Edgar W. 
Armstrong. Res. (1960) Bruceton Mills, W.Va. 



Mabel Irene (Menear) Armstrong 
Edgar W. Armstrong 

CHILDREN: 

1412-Eddie Grant Armstrong 
1413-Ida Lee Armstrong 



BORN 
12-18-1912 
11-22-1902 

6-26-1947 
2- 1-1949 



1026-CLAUDE CLINTON MENEAR 
(523,228,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 1-1-1938, Hazel Born, 
daughter of Hugh Born. Res. (1960) 71 Hickory St., 
Kingwood, W.Va. 



Claude Clinton Menear 
Hazel (Born) Menear 

CHILD: 

1414- Tommy Menear 



BORN 
7-11-1914 
9-12-1920 

11_ 3-1946 



10 27- VIRGINIA LEE MENEAR 
(523,228,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Her first marriage, 7-17-1943, 
Harland Hartman. Her second marriage, 11-7-1949, Dr. 
John F. Lehman, son of Louis and Ruby Leah (Shoff ) 
Lehman. Dr. Lehman was born at Madera, Penna, He 



2-15 

received the B,S. degree in Biology from Bucknell Uni- 
versity, Lewisburg, Penna. , 1931, and graduated from 
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Penna., 1935, 
receiving the Doctor of Medicine degree. Res. (1960) 
101 Price Street, Kingwood, W.Va. 



FIRST MARRIAGE 
Virginia Lee (Menear) (Hartman) Lehman 
Harland Hartman 

CHILD: 

1415-Beverly Ann Hartman 



BORN 
2- 4-1920 
9-19-1908 

12-23-1944 



SECOND MARRIAGE 
Dr. John F. Lehman 

CHILDREN: 

141 6- Johnny Glen Lehman 
1417-Gregory Lee Lehman 



12-13-1908 

9- 3-1950 
5-12-1957 



1028-LESLIE WALLACE JACKSON 
(529,229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va, Married, 6-24-1944, Elaine A. 
Olson, daughter of Axel F. and Tansy (Lindstrom) Olson, 
Leslie received the B.S. degree in Industrial Chemistry 
from Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. , in 
1932. 

He served in World War II with the United States 
Army, having entered the service April 1, 1942 as a 2nd 
Lieutenant in the Ordnance Department, attained the rank 
of Major, and was given an honorable discharge Aug. 20, 
1946. He was the commanding officer, Lansing Section of 
the Ordnance School, Lansing, Mich.; executive officer, 
ASTP Unit, Lake Forest College, 111.; commanding officer, 
39th and 40th Italian Service Units, at Rock 
Island Arsenal, 111., and executive officer, R.O.T.C. 
Det. , Detroit, Michigan. 

He is self-employed as a Furniture Manufacturers* 
Representative for a number of large manufacturers in 
Michigan, Maryland and North Carolina. No children. 
Res. (1960) 1010 Senate Drive, Lansing, Mich. 



216 

BORN 
Leslie Wallace Jackson 3-17-1912 

Elaine A. (Olson) Jackson 3-10-1914 



1030-HELEN LOUISE HUGHES 



(530,229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va, Married, 1-25-1941, Stephen 
Bacon Lee, born at Arlington, Va, , son of James I, and 
Clara (Brown) Lee. Mr, Lee is a graduate of Washington 
and Lee University. He is a Captain in the United States 
Navy. Helen received the A.B, degree from West Virginia 
University. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. 
She taught in Washington School for Secretaries , Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

BORN 

Helen Louise (Hughes) Lee 12- 5-1913 

Stephen Bacon Lee 6- 8-1914 

CHILD: 

1418-Stephen Bacon Lee, Jr. 4- 3-1942 



1031-ROBERT GLENN HUGHES 



(530,229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 2-9-1946, Verline 
Brown, born at West Point, Texas, daughter of James and 
Annie Mae Brown. 

Robert is a graduate of Greenbriar Military Academy, 
Lewisburg, W.Va. , and received the B.S. degree in Me- 
chanical Engineering from A. & M. College of Texas, 
College Station, Texas. He is a registered Professional 
Engineer, and employed as Design Engineer and Lead- 
Estimator by Link Belt Co. , Houston, Texas. He served 
in World War II with the United States Army. He was 
attached to the 12th Armd. Division, 17th A.I.B., in 
E.T. 0. (France and Alsace-Lorraine). Medals and awards: 
Combat Infantry award; E.T.O. Theatre Ribbon with two 
Battle Stars; Good Conduct Ribbon and World War II 
, Victory ribbon. He received and honorable discharge in 
V^ July 1945. Res. (1960) 7923 Glenbrae, Houston 17, Texas. 



217 

BORN 
Robert Glenn Hughes 10- 9-1924 

Verline (Brown) Hughes 1-21-1927 

CHILDREN: 

1419-Ann Louise Hughes 12-16-1951 

1420-Robert Glenn Hughes, Jr. 10-15-1954 



1032-GENE ESTELLA HANST 
(531,229,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 5-7-1942, Lewis A. 
Doan, son of Henry Clyde and Ruby Alice (Sutton) Doan. 
Lewis is a Captain in the United States Air Force. 
Mrs. Doan received the B.S. degree in Vocational Home 
Economics from North Texas State College, in 1942. She 
is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 

BORN 
Gene Estella (Hanst) Doan 12- 1-1919 

Lewis A. Doan 8-21-1919 

CHILDREN : 

1421-Jan Jackson Doan 4_15-1943 

1422-Henry Charles Doan 8-24-1947 

1423-Helen Luann Doan 2-10-1955 



NINTH GENERATION 



1116-EDWIN BRINTON MAULE 
(758,353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born at Rockmead , Highland Twp. , Chester, Co., Penna. 
Married, 5-21-1910, Eleanor R. Taylor, daughter of 
Charles E. and Sarah Burdsall (Rhoades) Taylor of West 
Marlboro, Twp. , Chester Co. , Penna. He resided in Coch- 
ranville, Penna. , at the old Maule homestead. 



Edwin Brinton Maule 
Eleanor R. (Taylor) Maule 

CHILDREN : 

1424-Howard Taylor Maule 
1425-Robert H. Maule 



BORN 
1-22-1885 
8-11-1884 

2- 7-1913 
12-15-1914 



1119-HARRY CAWLEY BRINTON 
(759,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born at Swedesboro, N.J. Married, 3-21-1908, Elizabeth 
Bird Moyer , daughter of Theodore Hartley and Mary 
Elizabeth (Bird) Moyer, of Philadelphia. He owned and 
operated a farm near Hanover, Penna. He made a study of 
fruit cultivation and was engaged in raising apples. 

BORN 
Harry Cawley Brinton 9-14-1875 

Elizabeth Bird (Moyer) Brinton 11-14-1877 

CHILDREN : 

1426-Elizabeth Moyer Brinton 11- 4-1908 

1427-James Henry Brinton 11-29-1910 

1428-David Bird Brinton 11-15-1913 



(218) 



219 

11 24- CLEMENT STARR BR IN TON 
(760,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna, Married, 6-17-1903, Retta 
Williams Hoopes, daughter of Levi Hoopes, M.D, and Anna 
(Thatcher) Hoopes, of West Chester, Penna. 

Clement first lived at West Chester, Penna., for 
about a year. In 1904 he moved to Washington, d.C. , but 
left there in 1906 and settled in Haddonfield, N.J.', 
where he has resided ever since. After working for the 
United States Government as food-inspector chemist for 
two years in Washington, he was transferred to Phila- 
delphia as chemist in charge of the Department of Agri- 
culture. Res. (1926) Haddonfield, N.J. 

BORN 
Clement Starr Brinton 2- 3-1875 

Retta Williams (Hoopes) Brinton 2-15-1869 

CHILDREN: 

1429-Ruth Hoopes Brinton 11-23-1905 

1430-Samuel Thatcher Brinton 2- 7-1908 

1431-Alice Ferree Brinton 2- 2-1910 



11 25- FRANCIS DARLINGTON BRINTON 



(760,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna. Married, 9-27-1899, Deborah 
Howell, daughter of Joshua R. and Deborah (Comly) Howell. 
Deborah was born at West Chester, Penna. After their 
marriage they settled at O'ermead farm, a tract of about 
107 acres in East Bradford Twp. , Chester County, Penna. 
Francis and Deborah devoted much of their lifetime 
to the hobby of collecting rare antiques and things of 
historical interest, which gives an accurate picture of 
the life in Chester County from its early settlement. 
They willed their entire collection and Estate to the 
Chester County Historical Society. Many of the items 
from the "O'ermead farm" have been moved to the Museum 
and arranged for display. The addition of this col- 
lection ranks the society as one of the best of the 
regional museums. No children. Resided at the "O'ermead 
farm", East Bradford Twp., Chester Co., Penna. 



220 

BORN 

Francis Darlington Brinton 4-15-1877 

Deborah (Howell) Brinton 11- 3-1877 

DECEASED: DIED 

1125-Francis Darlington Brinton 10-18-1951 

Deborah (Howell) Brinton 4- 2-1960 

Buried in the Oakland Friends* Cemetery, 
West Chester, Penna. 



1127-ELLEN STARR BRINTON 
(760,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penna., 3-16-1886. During World 
War I, she assisted with Educational Publicity work and 
the food-administration, in Philadelphia. She was inter- 
ested in curb-markets and dairy work. She was later 
connected with one of the leading Philadelphia papers. 



1128-ROBERT FERREE BRINTON 
(760,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in West Cnester , Penna. Married, 10-21-1914, Mary 
Pusey Hazard, daughter of Vincent Gilpin and Maria 
(Clark) Hazard. 

They resided at "the Lindens" where he was engaged 
in fruit-growing and dairy-work, in which activity he 
took a leading part in both community and state. 

BORN 
Robert Ferree Brinton 11-13-1888 
Mary Pusey (Hazard) Brinton 

CHILD: 

1432-Anna Gilpin Brinton 4-25-1917 



1129-EDNA BRINTON 



(761,353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born in Christiana, Penna. Married, 5-21-1907, Jesse L. 
Webster, born at Smyrna, Penna,, son of Jesse and Ellen 
(Conard) Webster, of Parkersburg. 



221 

They own their home in Christiana. He is a member 
of Sadsbury Friends' Meeting, and she is a member of 
Grace Episcopal Church, of Nickel Mine, Penna. 

BORN 

Edna (Brinton) Webster 5-30-1881 

Jesse L. Webster 3-12-1884 
CHILDREN : 

1433-Jesse Alfred Webster 7-16-1908 

1434-Robert Brinton Webster 2-16-1911 

1435-James Conard Webster 2-22-1916 

1436-Claud Penrose Webster 3_ 2-1920 



1131-LETITA FLORINE BRINTON 
(761,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Christiana, Penna. Married, 3-25-1911, John B. 
Dochter, son of William and Josephine (Grove) Dochter. 
Resided in Christiana, Penna, 



Letita Florine (Brinton) Dochter 
John B. Dochter 

CHILDREN: 

1437-Elizabeth Josephine Dochter 

1438-Rachel Myra Dochter 

1459-Mary Ellen Dochter 
DECEASED: 

1437-Elizabeth Josephine Dochter 



BORN 
12-15-1887 
12-25-1882 

10- 3-1915 
6- 6-1918 
5- 2-1921 

DIED 
1923 



1132-CALVIN COOPER BRINTON 
(761,353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Born in Christiana, Penna. 
Ina Dailey. 

Calvin Cooper Brinton 
Ina (Dailey) Brinton 

CHILD: 

1440-Gene Brinton 



Married in August 1920, to 

BORN 
4-14-1894 



1- 7-1923 



222 

1153- THOMAS BAKER BRINTON 
(762,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Married, 12-25-1915, Anna Larkin Sunderland. He was em- 
ployed as a civil engineer by the Pennsylvania Railroad, 
but later graduated from Dickinson College and was or- 
dained for the ministry. After several charges, he and 
his wife with their six-month old child, went to Africa 
as missionaries to the Belgian Congo. This was over 
four hundred miles from the railroad and their traveling 
was done over the hot sands of the desert. The middle 
names of their two children born there, were the names 
of two African chiefs. 

BORN 
Thomas Baker Brinton 4-29-1883 
Anna Larkin (Sunderland) Brinton 

CHILDREN : 

lA41-Howard Thomas Brinton 1-14-1917 

1442-Louisa Kamima Brinton 7- 9-1919 

1443-Irwin Mushidi Brinton 3- 8-1921 



1134-LEWIS BRINTON 



(762,353,138,51,19,4,1) 



Married, 11-14-1918, Helen Garrett. 

Lewis Brinton 

Helen (Garrett) Brinton 

CHILDREN: 

1444_Elizabeth Marie Brinton 
1443_James Ellwood Brinton 

DECEASED: 

1134-Lewis Brinton 



BORN 
5-26-1885 



11-10-1919 
2- 8-1921 

DIED 
7- 3-1923 



1135-JAMES CLYDE BRINTON 
(763,353,138,51,19,4,1) 



He married Violet Wilson. 

James Clyde Brinton 
Violet (Wilson) Brinton 



BORN 
10-27-1890 
10-19-1892 



223 



CHILD: 

1446-Elizabeth. Brinton 



1156- JOHN HENRY BRINTON 
(765,353,138,51,19,4,1) 

Married, 6-16-1920, Rebecca Sayres Teal. 

BORN 
John Henry Brinton 1-14-1893 

Rebecca Sayres (Teal) Brinton 4-11-1899 

CHILD: 

1447_Margaret Teal Brinton 5-21-1922 

11 57- HELEN ALICE BRINTON 
(765,555,158,51,19,4,1) 

Married, 12-25-1920, Asa Hull Hood. Resided at Elkins, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Helen Alice (Brinton) Hood 8-19-1894 
Asa Hull Hood 

CHILD: 

1448-William Brinton Hood 8-11-1925 

11 41- WALTER WILLIAM MAULE 
(764,555,158,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Highland Twp. , Chester Co., Penna. Married, 

3-27-1920, Charlotte Way. Walter served in the United 
States Army, in World War I, 1918-1919. 

BORN 

Walter William Maule 10- 8-1892 

Charlotte (Way) Maule 

CHILD: 

1449-Raymond Lawrence Maule 4-14-1925 



224 

1151-WIIXIAM SIDNEY JOPSON 
(768,355,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Germantown, Penna. , 4-13-1893. He graduated from 
the University of Pennsylvania in 1914. When the call to 
arms came, he entered the U.S. Army and served with the 
American forces in France during World War I. He was a 
sergeant with the 103d Engineers, 28th Division. He was 
seriously wounded at the Battle of the Marne , July 18, 
1918, and died April 23, 1919. 

1152-ARTHUR BRINTON JOPSON 



(768,355,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in Germantown, Penna, Married, 9-6-1919, Rachel 
Brua Hoyer, He was a graduate of Dartmouth College, in 
the class of 1917. He was a first lieutenant in World 
War I, serving with the American forces with the Fourth 
Machine-Gun Battalion. He was wounded in the Battle of 
Champagne, France, October 5, 1918. 

BORN 
Arthur Brinton Jopson 11-17-1895 
Rachel Brua (Hoyer) Jopson 

CHILD: 

1450-Helen Elizabeth Jopson 6-23-1920 



1159-MARGARET ELIZABETH STUBBS 
(774,357,138,51,19,4,1) 

Born in West Chester, Penn. Married, 4-30-1921, Edward 
E. Wheeler, son of S.H. and Ida M. (Colgate) Wheeler, of 
Farmville, Va. Edward served in the army during World 
War I, from 1917 to 1920. 

BORN 
Margaret Elizabeth (Stubbs) Wheeler 12-11-1893 
Edward E. Wheeler 

CHILD: 

1451-Margaret Wheeler 6-11-1924 



225 

11 75- CATHERINE EMMA JACKSON 
(820,392,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born in New York, N.Y. Married, 6-30-1918, Philip 
Langdon Alger. Res. (1943) 1758 Wendall Ave., 
Schenectady, N.Y. 

BORN 
Catherine Emma (Jackson) Alger 11-16-1890 
Philip Langdon Alger 

CHILDREN : 

1452-Augusta Jordon Alger 6- 4-1919 

1453-Philip Langdon Alger, Jr. 8- 1-1922 

1454-Catherine Jackson Alger 3- 5-1925 

1455-John Rodgers Meigs Alger 12-30-1927 

1456-Andrew Dugald Langdon Alger 2-12-1932 

DECEASED: 

1453-Philip Langdon Alger, Jr. 8-19-1929 

1454_Catherine Jackson Alger 5-26-1935 



1174-DUGALD CALEB JACKSON 



(820,392,146,52,19,4,1) 

Born at Madison, Wis. Married, 1-20-1918, Elizabeth Uhl 
Wyer . 

He received the A.B. degree from Harvard University, 
1917; the B.S. degree from Mass. Inst. Tech., 1921 and 
M.S. , 1922. He was director of Lewis Institute, Chicago, 
1935. Listed in "Who's Who in America." 

BORN 
Dugald Caleb Jackson, Jr. 8- 3-1895 
Elizabeth Uhl (Wyer) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

1457-Dugald Caleb Jackson (III) 4-18-1919 

1458-David Whitman Wyer Jackson 3-23-1922 

1459-Elizabeth Wyer Jackson 10-25-1927 

1460-Daniel Wyer Jackson 6-28-1929 



1199-HELEN GERTRUDE JACKSON 
(932,479,204,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Independence, Preston County, W.Va, Married, 



226 

9-28-1945, Virgil William Procter, born in Laclede 
County, Mo. , son of Joseph William and Rosa Lee (Johnson) 
Procter. No children. Res. (1960) 12925 Saticoy St., 
North Hollywood, Calif. 

BORN 
Helen Gertrude (Jackson) Procter 2-17-1906 

Virgil William Procter 5- 7-1898 



1200-MILDRED LOUISE ZINN 



(933,479,204,81,25,4,1) 



Born at Gladesville, Preston Co., W.Va. Married, 8-26- 
1943, John C. Beall, born in Morgantown, W.Va., son of 
George and Bessie (Chipps) Beall. 

Mildred received her public school education in 
Preston County, and graduated from Newburg High School. 
She attended Fairmont State College and graduated, with 
an A.B. degree, and received the Master's degree from 
West Virginia University. She has been a teacher in the 
elementary schools of Preston County for thirty-two 
years. No children. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 72, 
Independence, W.Va. 

BORN 
Mildred Louise (Zinn) Beall 12-23-1907 

John C. Beall 3- 8-1911 



1202-DesMOINE UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Monongalia County, W.Va. Married Elizabeth Mays, 
born in Seymour sville, W.Va. , daughter of William E. and 
Mahala (Elbon) Mays. 

He was employed as surveyor and city engineer by 
the city of Morgantown, He served during the Philippine 
revolt in 1899 with U.S. Volunteers, Cadet Corps, Company 
M, 44th Infantry. He was promoted in rank to Captain for 
bravery in the performance of a hazardous mission in the 
Battle of Sudlon Mountain. Resided at Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
DesMoine Utt 10-20-1875 

Elizabeth (Mays) Utt 9-12-1882 



227 

CHILD: 

1461-WLlliam Alfred Utt " 9-13-1907 

DECEASED: DIED 

1202-DesMoine Utt 1-13-1908 

Elizabeth (Mays) Utt 3- 1-1943 

Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va. 



1203-ORANNA ELLEN UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-23-1920, William 
Lawrence Kearns. 

She was a graduate of West Virginia University and 
Mrs. Curry's School of Expression, Boston, Mass. She 
was a public entertainer and received wide acclaim in 
the entertainment field. No children. 

BORN 
Oranna Ellen (Utt) Kearns 4- 1-1877 

William Lawrence Kearns 10- 2-1883 

DECEASED: DIED 

1203-Oranna Ellen (Utt) Kearns 8-18-1955 

William Lawrence Kearns 10-22-1959 



1205-HATTIE FLORENCE UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born In Monongalia Co., W.Va. Married, 9-2-1903, James 
Howard Kelley, son of Samuel F. and Ancadonia (Johnson) 
Kelley. Res. (1960) 8260 Bullneck Court, Baltimore 22, 
Md. 

BORN 
Hattie Florence (Utt) Kelley 10- 3-1882 

James Howard Kelley ^- 1-1881 

CHILDREN : 

1462-Olive Doane Kelley 7_18-1904 

1463-Howard Gordon Kelley 3-16-1909 



120 6- DORA UTT 



(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 
Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 10-9-1907, Harry 



228 

Clyde Runner, born in Morgantown, W.Va. , son of Lewis and 
Nancy Jane (Mosser) Runner. Res. (1960) 327 University 
Ave., Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Dora (Utt) Runner 10-24-1884 

Harry Clyde Runner 7-15-1881 

CHILDREN : 

1464-Mildred Sue Runner 8- 7-1909 

1465-Harry Clyde Runner, Jr. 4-25-1912 

120 7- SUSAN BELINDA UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. , January 28, 1887. She com- 
pleted the Sophomore year in Morgantown High School. 
Following her high school work she was employed by the 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company as Telephone 
Operator and later became Chief Operator. During the 
period of this employment she completed a commercial 
course in the local Business College. She resigned from 
the telephone company and thereafter was employed by 
business firms in Morgantown as book-keeper and ste- 
nographer, until February 15, 1935, when she became 
Secretary to Business Director of Residence Halls, of 
West Virginia University. She retired June 30, 1957, 
after being continuously employed for fifty-one years. 
Res. (1960) 141 Richwood Ave. , Morgantown,' W.Va. 



1208-MABEL UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1909, David G. 
Davies, born at Llanelly, South Wales, son of William 



and Mary (Phillips) Davies. 
sendant of Oliver Cromwell. 
Road, Morgantown, W.Va. 



Mary Phillips is a de- 
Res. (1960) 1145 Van Voorhis 



Mabel (Utt) Davies 
David G. Davies 

CHILDREN : 

1466- Virginia Belle Davies 



BORN 
5-23-1889 
7- 4-1882 

1-14-1910 



229 

1467-Mary Rebecca Davies 7-16-1911 

1468-Helen Roslyn Davies 8-29-1914 

1469-Annie Lee Davies 8-15-1916 

1470-David William Davies 1-26-1918 

1471-Richard Errett Davies 9_ 2-1920 

1472-Ruth Camille Davies 9-29-1922 

1473-Robert Walter Davies 1-24-1924 

1474-John Utt Davies 10- 2-1926 



1210- CHESTER WILLIAM UTT 
(939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 5-23-1913, Grace 
Edith Stewart. 

Chester was a member of the National Guard, and was 
called into active duty during the riot and disturbance 
at Paint Creek, W.Va. He is a Mason and a member of the 
First Christian Church. Res. (1960) 310 South High St., 
Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Chester William Utt 12-21-1891 

Grace Edith (Stewart) Utt 3-26-1891 

CHILD: 

1475-Eleanor Rebecca Utt 4-16-1917 



1211-HELEN PROTZMAN 
(940,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Rochester, N.Y. Married, 12-28-1910, Sidney 
White Rivenburg, born at Clifford, Penna. , son of Henry 
and Charity (White) Rivenburg. 

Helen attended the State Normal School, San Jose, 
Calif., from which she received a teacher's certificate. 
She attended one year at the University of California, 
1906-1907, and received the Bachelor of Science degree 
in education from State Teachers' College, Albany, N.Y. , 
1939. Res. of widow (1960) Factoryville, Penna. 

BORN 
Helen (Protzman) Rivenburg 10-14-1882 

Sidney White Rivenburg 10-12-1857 



230 



CHILDREN: 

1476-Henry Rivenburg 
1477_Varina Mildred Rivenburg 
1478-Sydney Helen Rivenburg 

DECEASED: 

Sidney White Rivenburg 



1- 6-1912 

12-25-1914 

'12-28-1922 

DIED 
1936 



121 2- HAROLD OSGOOD PROTZMAN 
(940,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

^■''' Born in Rochester, N.Y. Married, 4-16-1934, Freda 



Margaret Saemann , born in Sacramento, Calif, 
dren. Resided in Sacramento, Calif. 

Harold Osgood Protzman 

Freda Margaret (Saemann) Protzman 

DECEASED: 

1212-Harold Osgood Protzman 



No chil- 

BORN 
5- 2-1884 
12- 6-1890 

DIED 
5- 2-1950 



1217-ABNER ALONZO PROTZMAN 
(941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 1900, Mary Florence 
(Hall) Healy, born in Menokin, Va. , daughter of Julias 
Bliss and Elizabeth (Harwood) Hall. 

Mr. Protzman was engaged in several occupations, 
having been a Pharmacist; Secretary of Y.M. C.A; Fund- 
Campaign Director and Life insurance business. Member 
of the Baptist Church, He died in Pittsburgh, Penna. , 
and was cremated and ashes placed in his mother *s grave 
in Mount Union Cemetery, near Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Abner Alonzo Protzman 
Mary Florence (Hall) (Healy) Protzman 

CHILDREN: 

1479-Ruth Protzman 
1480-Rachel Protzman 

DECEASED: 

1217-Abner Alonzo Protzman 

Mary Florence (Hall) (Healy)Protzman 



8-23-1875 
11- 1-1867 

6-16-1902 
10- 1-1906 

DIED 
4-18-1942 
2- 5-1959 



231 

1218-EARL GLENN PROTZMAN 
(941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantox^, W.Va. Married, 12-4-1907, Fannie 
Jolliffe, born in Morgantown, W.Va. , daughter of William 
Thomas and Mary Ann (Brand) Jolliffe. Mr, Protzman 
served in the Spanish-American War, His second wife was 
Bertha Sharrett, residing (1960) at Carmichaels, Penna. 
No issue. 

BORN 

Earl Glenn Protzman 11_ 6-1883 

Fannie (Jolliffe) Protzman 3-11-1881 
CHILDREN : 

1481-Celia Mae Protzman 12-18-1908 

1482-Claude Raymond Protzman 12- 1-1911 

1483-Otis Kent Protzman 4_14_1914 

DECEASED: DIED 

1218-Earl Glenn Protzman 6-14-1955 

Fannie (Jolliffe) Protzman 1-23-1939 

Mr. Protzman was buried at Redstone Cemetery, 
near Brownsville, Penna. Mrs. Protzman was 
buried in Fairview Cemetery, near Morgantown, 
W.Va. 



1219-DESSIE PROTZMAN 



(941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 8-19-1913, Brison 
Edwin Kimble, born at Shreve, W.Va., son of Jacob Lincoln 
and Anna Lydia (Alt) Kimble. 

Dessie received Teacher *s Certificate from Vocal 
Department, West Virginia University, 1907. Mr. Kimble 
graduated from Shepherd College, 1909, and received the 
A.B. degree from West Virginia University, 1917, and 
Master's degree from the same school in 1930. He is a 
member of Phi Beta Kappa. Res. (1960) 305 Wagner Rd, , 
Morgantown, W.Va, 

BORN 
Dessie (Protzman) Kimble 3-10-1887 

Brison Edwin Kimble 4- 2-1885 



232 

CHILDREN: 

1484-Evelyn Louise Kimble 6-16-1914 

1485-Edwin Lee Kimble 5-22-1918 

1486-Anna Ruth Kimble 2- 6-1920 

1487-Harold Brison Kimble 10-27-1930 



1220- CARL MASON PROTZMAN 



(941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-18-1911, Nancy- 
Ethel Jolliffe, born in Morgantown, W.Va., daughter of 
William Thomas and Mary Ann (Brand) Jolliffe. Mr. 
Protzman attended West Virginia University and graduated 
from Duff's Business College, Pittsburgh, Penna. , 1909. 
Res. of widow (1960) 221 Wagner Rd, , Morgantown, W.Va, 

BORN 
Carl Mason Protzman 3- 8-1889 

Nancy Ethel (Jolliffe) Protzman 2- 6-1889 

DECEASED: DIED 

1220-Carl Mason Protzman 11-18-1957 

Buried in Lawnwood Cemetery, Morgantown, W.Va. 



1221-MARY ELIZABETH STURGISS 
(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 12-12-1908, J. T. 
West, son of John B. and Sarah Jane (Stewart) West, Mary 
Elizabeth was a member of Elizabeth Ludington Hagan*s 
Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Members 
of the Baptist Church. Resided in Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Mary Elizabeth (Sturgiss) West 7- 7-1883 

J. T. West 5-14-1882 

CHILDREN: 

1488-Margaret Sturgiss West 11-15-1909 

1489-Ruth Elizabeth West 3- 2-1913 

1490-Mary Jane West 12-24-1914 

1491-Anna Eleanor West 8- 8-1919 

DECEASED: DIED 

1488-Margaret Sturgiss West 9-17-1925 

1221-Mary Elizabeth (Sturgiss) West 11-21-1931 



233 

J. T. West 5- 4-1951 

Buried in East Oak Grove Cemetery ^ 
Morgan town, W.Va, 



1222-ANNA GANS STURGISS 



(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 12-29-1915, J. 
Frederic Wilson, son of Dennis and Melissa (Cowley) 
Wilson. She received the A.B. degree in English from 
West Virginia University, 1915. Members of the Baptist 
Church. Res. (1960) Olathe, Colo. 

BORN 
Anna Cans (Sturgiss) Wilson 10-18-1884 

J. Frederic Wilson 11-12-1879 

CHILDREN: 

1492-Elizabeth Anne Wilson 10-11-1916 

1493-Ralph Sturgiss Wilson 6-14-1919 



1223- WILLIAM HOWARD STURGISS 
(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 8-17-1907, Anna 
Collins, daughter of John Collins. Members of the First 
Baptist Church, Res. (1960) Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
William Howard Sturgiss 12-21-1886 

Anna (Collins) Sturgiss 6- 8-1887 

CHILDREN: 

1494-Alfred Howard Sturgiss 8- 3-1909 

1495-Evelyn Sturgiss 8- 4-1913 

DECEASED: DIED 

Anna (Collins) Sturgiss 1948 

Buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 
Parkersburg, W.Va. 



1224- DAVID C. STURGISS 
(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Uniontown, Penna. Married, May 1910, Helen 
Kathleen MacChesney, daughter of Joseph B. and Kathryn 



234 



(Woodcock) MacChesney. He was the owner and operator of 
the Sturgiss Pharmacy, Resided at Morgantown, W.Va, 

BORN 
David C. Sturgiss 5-18-1888 

Helen Kathleen (MacChesney) Sturgiss 8-31-1892 

CHILD: 

1496-David Robert Sturgiss 7- 7-1915 

DECEASED: DIED 

1224-David C. Sturgiss 8-27-1921 



1226-HELEN GOULD STURGISS 



(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Uniontown, Penna. Married, 6-18-1922, Loring A. 
Wilson, son of Dennis and Melissa A. (Cowley) Wilson. 
She graduated from the University of West Virginia, 1918, 
and taught in Monongalia County schools and Olathe High 
School, Olathe, Colo, Member of the Baptist Church. 
Res. (1960) Olathe, Colo. 

BORN 
Helen Gould (Sturgiss) Wilson 9-11-1897 

Loring A. Wilson 4- 4-1899 

CHILDREN: 

1497-William Howard Wilson 8-13-1924 

1498-Dorothy Lee Wilson 1-19-1928 

DECEASED: DIED 

1498-Dorothy Lee Wilson 2-14-1930 

Loring A. Wilson 12-26-1956 

Buried in Olathe Cemetery, Olathe, Colo, 



1227-MARGARET STURGISS 
(944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va, Married, 12-21-1926, Francis 
Guy Ash, born in Elizabethton, Tenn, , son of Benton and 
Hattie Virginia (Jeffery) Ash. 

Margaret was a Secretary for the H. L, Swisher 
Company, during her employment she attended the West 
Virginia University and graduated in 1926, She taught 
in the Morgantown Junior High School and the Hattiesburg 
High School at Hattiesburg, Miss. She is a member of the 



235 

Women* s Club; Daughters of the American Revolution and 
the Huguenot Society of West Virginia. Within the pages 
of this history are the records of the Sturgiss, Cans, 
Joseph and other families which Margaret so generously 
gave her time and talent to gather and compile-for which 
fine service the author is profoundly grateful. 

Mr. Ash received his early education in the schools 
at West Union, W.Va. , and after graduating from the West 
Union High School he attended West Virginia University 
for two years. 

He served in World War I from March 1917 to January 
1919, as 1st. Lieutenant with the West Virginia National 
Guard, and also in World War II from 1941 to 1946, having 
attained the rank of Colonel. He was associated with the 
H. L. Swisher Company in the real estate and insurance 
business; served as Adjutant-General of West Virginia, 
1935-1936, and resigned to become Federal Housing Ad- 
ministrator of West Virginia, left in 1941 to enter the 
military service, returned to his former position in 
1946, and resigned in 1954 when he became engaged in the 
mortgage and loan business. He is a member of the 
American Legion; B.P.O.E; Knights of Pythias; a 32nd 
degree Mason and a member of the Shrine, They are mem- 
bers of the Baptist Church. No children. Res. (1960) 
25-C Delaware Ave., Charleston 2, W.Va. 

BORN 
Margaret (Sturgiss) Ash 9-22-1900 

Francis Guy Ash 11-13-1893 



1228-ROBERT E. ALLEN 
(946,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 6-15-1921, Kathryn 
Virginia Scott, daughter of Harvey M. and May Virginia 
(Wardner) Scott. 

Mr. Allen received the B.S. degree from West 
Virginia University in Petroleum Engineering. 

Mrs. Allen received the Bachelor of Science degree 
in Home Economics from West Virginia University, and her 
Master's degree in Home Economics from the same insti- 
tution in 1960. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 217, Aurora, 
W. Va. 



236 

BORN 

Robert E. Allen 6-27-1897 

Kathryn Virginia (Scott) Allen 2-22-1898 

CHILDREN : 

1499-Robert E. L. Allen 7-13-1922 

1500-Kathryn Virginia Allen 1-28-1926 

1501-Cynthia Janice Allen 6-28-1934 



1229-ANNA JANE ALLEN 
(946,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 12-3-1928, Edwin 
Stovall Lowrey, son of Bill Greene and Marylee (Booth) 
Lowrey. 

Mrs, Lowrey attended the public schools in Morgan- 
town, W.Va. , and received the B.A, degree from West 
Virginia University. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 
She taught school in Fairmont, W.Va,, one year and served 
as Congressional secretary in Washington, B.C., six 
years. She was president of Mississippi Congress of 
Parents and Teachers, 1955-1957; member of National Board 
of Managers, PTA, 1955-1957, She was honored by an ap- 
pointment to serve on the South Eastern Advisory Council 
of the American National Red Cross, 1955-1958. She 
served as Volunteer Field-Staff, Junior Red Cross, 1958. 
She was president of American Association of University 
Women, Clarksdale Branch, 1958-1960. She is a member of 
Delta Kappa Gamma; American Legion Auxiliary and Clarks- 
dale Women's Club; member of the Baptist Church; Associ- 
ational Superintendent of the Women* s Missionary Union 
and a teacher in Sunday School. She is listed in "Who*s 
Who of American Women." 

Mr. Lowrey attended Mississippi College, Clinton, 
Miss. He graduated from the University of Mississippi 
from which he received the Bachelor of Laws degree, 1937. 
He is an Attorney- at-Law. His father (B.C. Lowrey) 
served in the House of Representatives in the United 
States Congress, and was president of the Blue Mountain 
College, which was founded by his father. Res, (1960) 
204 Cherry St., Clarksdale, Miss. 



237 

BORN 

Anna Jane (Allen) Lowrey 8-18-1900 

Edwin Stovall Lowrey 12- 7-1897 
CHILDREN: 

1502-Mary Katherine Lowrey 10-12-1929 

1503-Robert Allen Lowrey 9-20-1936 

1504-Bill Booth Lowrey 1-21-1938 

1505- Rebecca Jane Lowrey 7-24-1940 



1230-MARY ROSAMOND ALLEN 



(946,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-4-1951, Joseph 
Peter Pavone, son of Nicholas and Frances (Leonzi) 
Pavone. 

Mrs. Pavone received A.B. and M.S. degrees from West 
Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va, She is a teacher 
in fields of Mathematics, Health and Physical Education. 
No children. Res. (I960) Route 2, Deer Park, Md. 

BORN 
Mary Rosemond (Allen) Pavone 1-28-1905 

Joseph Peter Pavone 3- 4-1921 



1231-MILDRED REBECCA ALLEN 
(946,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-20-1935, Ernest 
Clingman Smith, born at Camden- on-Gauley, Nicholas 
County, W.Va, , son of Ernest George and Blanch (Clingman) 
Smith. 

Mrs. Smith received her early schooling in Morgan- 
town, W.Va. She attended George Washington University, 
Washington, D.C., during her first year in college, re- 
turned to Morgantown and finished her college work at 
the West Virginia University in 1929, receiving the A.B. 
degree, having majored in Zoology, taking all pre-Med. 
requisites. She was the high scorer on the W.V.U, 
Women's Rifle Team for three years, having an average of 
97 per cent and was awarded the National Rifle Associ- 
ation Medal. 



238 

She taught First Aid for the Red Cross and was 
district Captain of Civilian Defense, She organized and 
trained seven First Aid teams and two rescue- squads. 
Due to the shortage of male operators during World War 
II, she accepted the post of Radio-Operator for the West 
Virginia Public Safety Department (State Police). For a 
number of years she has served in the capacity of As- 
sistant for leading Dermatologists and Thoracic Surgeons 
and general Practitioners at Charleston, W.Va. She is a 
member of the Kanawha Medical Assistants and a member of 
the Charleston Press Club, 

Mr. Smith received his elementary and high school 
education at Weston, W.Va. , and has taken extension work 
in Specialized accounting-courses with the International 
Accountants Society of Chicago, 111. Since 1944 he has 
been the District Manager of International Accountants 
Society, covering the State of West Virginia, and parts 
of Virginia, Maryland, Ohio and Kentucky. He is a Mason; 
a member of West Virginia Press Club; Ohio Valley Ac- 
countants Association; Kanawha Valley Accountants Associ- 
ation and National Association of Accountants. No chil- 
dren. Res. (1960) 5463 Big Tyler Road, Charleston 2, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Mildred Rebecca (Allen) Smith 3-29-1907 

Ernest Clingman Smith 6- 2-1904 



1232-NELLIE ETHEL JOSEPH 
(952,487,206,81,23,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 6-30-1914, William 
Chalfant Price, son of John Evans and Elizabeth 
(Chalfant) Price. 

Mrs. Price is a member of the Eastern Star Lodge at 
Morgantown, W.Va., and served as Worthy Matron, 1925- 
1926; Worthy Grand Matron, 1940-1941; member of the White 
Shrine of which she was a Scribe for two years, and a 
member of the Col. John Evans Chapter of the D.A.R. No 
children. Res. (1960) 403 High Street, Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Nellie Ethel (Joseph) Price 9-22-1886 

William Chalfant Price 5-10-1880 



239 

DECEASED: DIED 

William Chalfant Price 7_ 2-1919 



1235-MARIE JOSEPH 
(952,487,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. , 1-12-1889, Unmarried, She is 
a member of Col John Evans Chapter of the D.A.R. Res. 
(1960) 403 High Street, Morgantown, W,Va, 



1234-HULDAH VELRIE JACKSON 
(958,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Daybrook, W.Va., 4-5-1895. She attended public 
schools in Monongalia and Wetzel Counties, W.Va,, and 
completed a two-year course at the West Virginia Business 
College, Fairmont, W.Va. She passed the teacher's exami- 
nation and received her certificate to teach in the 
public schools. Due to sickness she was unable to pursue 
this work at first, however, after her recovery she did 
teach school for about three years, mostly filling vacan- 
cies created by the absence of other teachers. 

When the author requested "Miss Huldah" to send 
information about herself, she was very modest and said 
she had never done anything of importance and there was 
not much to say. She did say she had never married and 
had found much happiness being with her parents and 

found great joy and satisfaction in her work as a Bible- 
teacher. She claimed this was about as constructive as 
anything she could do. 

The author has known her for many years and of some 
of the things she has done. From 1925 to 1942 she served 
as Secretary of the Jackson-Cain family reunion. This 
was an annual affair held at Mannington, W.Va., which 
brought together the descendants of John Josiah and Lydia 
Ann (Cain) Jackson, The writer has carried on a lively 
correspondence with her for the past three years con- 
cerning our family history. She has contributed largely 
to his work with clues, leads and valuable materials not 
obtainable elsewhere. 

She has been a member of the Church of Christ since 
she was a small girl. She has taken special courses to 



240 

prepare herself for teaching the Bible, She has faith- 
fully served as a Bible-teacher for 46 years, and has 
dedicated her entire life to this noble and worthy cause, 
Her Bible is her daily companion. She was never married, 
Res. (1960) 440 Wiley St., Fairmont, W.Va, 



1235-CINDA MAUDE JACKSON 
(958,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Hundred, W,Va, Married first to Charles 
Orville Brewer, 9-4-1934. Her second marriage, 6-9-1957, 
to Charles Orville Myers, born at Metz, W.Va., son of 
Ervin David and Sarah Frances (Hendershot) Myers. No 
children. Res, (1960) Route 1, Metz, W.Va. 

BORN 
Cinda Maude (Jackson) (Brewer) Myers 4- 6-1897 

Charles Orville Myers 4-20-1895 



1236-STACY LOWMAN JACKSON 
(958,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Hundred, W.Va. Married, 5-24-1920, Minnie May 
Aberegg, born at Board Tree, W.Va. , daughter of James H. 
and Dorotha Jane (Rude) Aberegg. 

Stacy worked in the oil fields, became a Tool 
Dresser at 16 years of age, and was promoted to a Driller 
a few years later. He followed the drilling occupation 
until 1941, when he suffered a serious back injury and 
was unable to continue this occupation. In 1942 he was 
employed by the Davison Chemical Co. , now owned by the 
W. R, Grace Co., Baltimore, Md, He was made Foreman of 
the Agriculture Chemical Department. Stacy received con- 
siderable recognition for his contribution in safety 
work, especially for the design of a Coupling Guard, 
which the company adopted as a new standard for one of 
their departments. He is now retired and living near 
Burton, W.Va. They are members of the Church of Christ. 
Res. (1960) Star Route, P.O. Box 2, Burton, W.Va. 

BORN 
Stacy Lowman Jackson 3- 9-1900 

Minnie May (Aberegg) Jackson 12-30-1897 



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CHILDREN: 

1506-Ralph T. Jackson 
1507-Floyd Stanley Jackson 



4-15-1921 
10-31-1925 



1257-ARmUR LEE BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 10-4-1909, Tina 
Boyles, born in Calhoun Co., W.Va. , daughter of Garrett 

and (Nutter) Boyles. 

Arthur worked in the oil fields of Roane Co., W.Va. , 
and about 1919 went to Texas where he was engaged in oil 
field work, and two years later moved to Winfield, Kan,, 
where he became extensively engaged in drilling and pro- 
duction operations of crude oil. He was Superintendent 
of the Lewis Production Company, and owner and operator 
of the Arthur L, Brewer Drilling Co. 

BORN 
9-30-1887 
4-24-1889 



Arthur Lee Brewer 
Tina (Boyles) Brewer 

CHILDREN: 

1508-Clarissa Jean Brewer 
1509-Harry John Brewer 
1510-George Lee Brewer 
1511-Dorothy Elizabeth Brewer 
151<2-Dona Katharyn Brewer 
1513-Arthur Gordon Brewer 
1514-Madalyn Kristina Brewer 
1515-Rosalee Brewer 
1516-Lewis Eugene Brewer 

DECEASED: 

1237-Arthur Lee Brewer 



1-31-1911 

12-31-1912 
7-21-1915 
7-24-1917 

10- 3-1919 
9-10-1921 
9-24-1923 

10- 5-1925 
3- 8-1929 
DIED 

10- 5-1951 



L- 



1238-JESTUS DEMAR BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 9-15-1909, Maggie 
Esta Gilbert, Born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of 
Charles Alexander and Mary Virginia (Horner) Gilbert. 

Jestus attended public school in Wetzel County 
during the short winter term, and the rest of the year 
was kept busy working on the farm. His educational 



i^ 



242 

advantages were limited, but being persistent in all 
undertakings, he soon acquired a good knowledge of oil 
field operations. He was employed continuously for more 
than fifty years in the oil business. He was first em- 
ployed in the oil field at Smithfield in 1908. The last 
36 years of service was with the South Penn Oil Co, , 
having retired from this firm in 1955. 

After his retirement he purchased a one-half inter- 
est in fourteen producting oil wells located near his 
home in Smithfield, and operated them during the remain- 
der of his life. He suffered from a severe heart-attack 
on July 30, 1959, which brought about his sudden death. 
Jestus was widely known and beloved. He was a person of 
strong family attachment, and highly respected in the 
community where he lived. He was a person of simple 
tastes and habits, conscientious, honest and fair in all 
his dealings. He always attended the Jacks on- Cain fami- 
ly reunions and is well remembered for his warm hand- 
shake, ready smile and pleasant greeting, that made him 
popular and well known. Res, of widow (I960) Smithfield, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Jestus Demar Brewer 12- 6-1889 

Maggie Esta (Gilbert) Brewer 10- 4-1891 

CHILDREN: 

1517-Hattie Marie Brewer 9-22-1910 

1518-Harvey Lee Brewer 6-22-1912 

1519-David Paul Brewer 3-18-1915 

1520-Mary Lorena Brewer 4- 9-1917 

1521-Clifford Dale Brewer 4-21-1919 

1522-Norma Colleen Brewer 12- 6-1929 

DECEASED: DIED 

1238-Jestus Demar Brewer 7-30-1959 
Buried in the Barker Cemetery, Smithfield, W.Va. 



1239-LAURA ELIZABETH BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 2-3-1911, Claud Wilt, 
Res. (1960) Roanoke, W.Va. 

BORN 
Laura Elizabeth (Brewer) Wilt 6-16-1891 

Claud Wilt 6- 8-1886 



243 

CHILDREN: 

1523-Leota Wilt 11-29-1912 

1524-Ruby Velma Wilt 7-18-1914 

1525-Hada Almeta Wilt 1-27-1917 

1526-Alvira Elizabeth Wilt 12-27-1918 

1527-Naoini Pauline Wilt 12-22-1920 

1528-Claud Wilt, Jr. 6-20-1923 

1529-Emery Thomas Wilt 5- 6-1925 

1530-Opie Lee Wilt 2-10-1927 

1531-Herbert Edward Wilt 10-14-1928 

1532-Robert Eugene Wilt 3-13-1930 

DECEASED: DIED 

1532-Robert Eugene Wilt 3-15-1930 
Buried in Finister Cemetery, Gilmer Co., W.Va. 



1240- JOHN LINDSAY BREWER 



(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 5-17-1915, Mary Marie 
Showalter, born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of William 
Henry and Elisa Jane (McMasters) Showalter. 

Lindsay started to work fifteen years of age for the 
South Penn Oil Co., at Smithfield, W.Va. He left there 
in 1919 and went to Ranger Texas, where he was employed 
by the Monitor Oil Co. , and later was employes by the H. 
J. Barker Co. In 1920 he moved to Augusta, Kan. , and 
was employed by the Lewis Oil Company, which was super- 
vised by his brother, Arthur. In 1927 he went to Fair- 
fax, Okla. , and continued there until 1939 when he re- 
signed and moved to Winfield, Kan., and resumed work as 
a carpenter. Because of failing health he retired in 
1956. Res. (1960) Route 4, Winfield, Kan. 

BORN 
John Lindsay Brewer 1- 7-1893 

Mary Marie (Showalter) Brewer 10- 3-1897 

CHILDREN: 

1533-Bernice Elaine Brewer 6-27-1919 

1534-Beulah Leah Brewer 12-13-1923 



244 

1241- CLEM ELLSWORTH BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 6-15-1916, Emma 
Laverna Ice, born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of Elmer 
E. and Virginia Alice (Snodgrass) Ice. Her mother, 
Virginia Alice Ice, is still active and enjoying good 
health in her ninety-fourth year of age. 

Clem was reared on a farm at Smithfield and has 
lived there all his life. He was employed by the South 
Penn Oil Company and retired October 21, 1959, after 
thirty-seven years of service with the company. Res. 
(1960) P.O. Box 334, Smithfield, W.Va. 

BORN 
Clem Ellsworth Brewer 10- 6-1894 

Emma Laverna (Ice) Brewer 3- 7-1891 

CHILD: 

1535-Arlene Louise Brewer 6-17-1917 



1242-EDWARD EMORY BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 11-15-1917, Lucy Jane 
Hickerson, born in Lincoln County, Missouri, daughter of 
Samuel G, and Sophronia (Moore) Hickerson. 

Edward was in World War I, with the United States 
Army, Company K-61st Infantry of the 5th Division. He 
was in the Battles of St. Mehiel and Meuse-Argonne. He 
was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart Star. Res. 
(1960) Smithfield, W.Va. 

BORN 
Edward Emory Brewer 8- 9-1895 

Lucy Jane (Hickerson) Brewer 1-29-1896 

CHILD: 

1536-Mar jorie Emory Brewer 10-27-1918 



1243-ALTA ELLEN BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 9-12-1914, Harry 
Lonzo Bogard, born in Hundred, W.Va. Resided at Sapulpa, 
Okla. 



245 



Alta Ellen (Brewer) Bogard 

Harry Lonzo Bogard 

CHILDREN: 

1537-Graden Winfield Bogard 
1538-Lillian Irene Bogard 
1539-Mary Alice Bogard 
1540-Willis Robert Bogard 
1541-Ray LaMont Bogard 
1542-Roy Lee Bogard 
1543-Freda Louise Bogard 
1544-Florence Elene Bogard 
1545-Kathryne Neoma Bogard 

DECEASED: 

1537-Graden Winfield Bogard 
1541-Ray LaMont Bogard 
1243-Alta Ellen (Brewer) Bogard 
Harry Lonzo Bogard 



BORN 
2-15-1898 
9-14-1892 

8- 3-1915 
8-29-1918 

11-20-1919 
2-13-1922 
5-30-1925 
5-30-1925 
7-31-1930 

11-25-1933 
6-13-1936 

DIED 

11- 3-1918 
5-30-1925 
6-18-1948 

10-16-1954 



12 44- MARY L. BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 5-12-1917, Don L. 
Byard, born in Mobley, W.Va. 

BORN 
Mary L. (Brewer) Byard 8-15-1899 

Don L. Byard 5- 5-1895 

CHILD: 

1546-Myurldean Inez Byard 4-24-1918 

DECEASED: DIED 

1244-Mary L. (Brewer) Byard 4- 4-1954 



1245-CHARLES OVAL BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 7-15-1920, Mabel 
Lillian Bowser, born at Alvy, W.Va., daughter of Wilson 
L. and Dora F. (Bonner) Bowser. 

Charles is a Field Foreman for the South Penn Oil 
Co. , and has been in the employ of this firm for the 
past twenty-nine years. Res. (1960) Smithfield, W.Va. 



246 

BORN 

Charles Oval Brewer 7- 1-1901 

Mabel Lillian (Bowser) Brewer 7- 1-1898 

CHILDREN: 

1547-Delora Mildred Brewer 9-19-1923 

1548-Louise Kathryn Brewer 3- 3-1926 

1549-Charles Wilson Brewer 12-23-1928 

1550-Carl Deamor Brewer 8-12-1936 



1246- WILLIAM BRYAN BREWER 



(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 4-7-1928, Mattie 
Hazel Walker, born in Rotan, Texas, daughter of William 
Hayden and Minnie (McGee) Walker. 

William left home at the age of twenty- one years to 
work in the Kansas oil fields. He was first employed by 
the Lewis Oil Company in 1924. This company was later 
V sold to the Texas Oil Company, and he continued with them 
until 1928, when he resigned to accept employment with 
the Phillips Petroleum Company. He has been with this 
firm for the past thirty- two years. Res. (1960) Route 1, 
Burbank, Okla. 

BORN 
William Bryan Brewer 4-30-1903 

Mattie Hazel (Walker) Brewer 10- 7-1911 

CHILDREN: 

1551-Robert Eugene Brewer 3- 9-1929 

1552-Lena Faye Brewer 1-21-1931 

1553-Dorothy Mae Brewer 12- 6-1940 



1248-NORVAL ODGAR BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 7-17-1926, Rachel 
Pluma Johnston, born in Smithfield, W.Va. , daughter of 
E. Blain and Etta L. (Asher) Johnston. 

Norval served in World War II with the United States 
Army from March 1944 to Feb. 1945. He is employed by the 
South Penn Oil Co. , and has been with this firm twenty- 
six years. Res. (1960) Smithfield, W.Va. 



247 

BORN 

Nerval Odgar Brewer 8-19-1906 

Rachel Pluma (Johnston) Brewer 7-31-1911 
CHILDREN: 

1554- Denver Lee Brewer 4_27-1927 

1555-Alfred Warren Brewer 11-14-1929 

1556-Garnet Lucille Brewer 11-20-1931 

1557-Doris Pauline Brewer 4-22-1934 

1558-Vivian Ruth Brewer 7-28-1936 

1559-Joe Wilbur Brewer 5-30-1940 



1249- CLARENCE VANCE BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 1-25-1934, Marie 
Virginia Gilbert, born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of 
William R. and Elizabeth (Snodgrass) Gilbert. 

Clarence is employed by the South Penn Oil Co. , and 
has been in the service of this company for twenty- two 
years. He was in World War II with the United States 
Army, Battery A. 549th Field Artillery Battalion, He 
was engaged in combat duty in the Ruhr Valley and along 
the Rhine River, Germany, No children. Res. (1960) 
Smithfield, W.Va. 

BORN 
Clarence Vance Brewer 5- 6-1908 

Marie Virginia (Gilbert) Brewer 9-20-1912 



1250-ORA ALBERT BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. He was first married, 10-7- 
1933, to Opal Lerlene Isham, born in Teague, Texas, His 
second marriage, 5-20-1939, was to Verna Marie Humbert, 
born in Winfield, Kansas, daughter of Harry C. and Bertha 
Viola (Overly) Humbert, 

Ora left home at 19 years of age to work on a farm 
near Breckenridge, Texas, where he remained until 1933 
when he was able to secure employment with the Colorado 
Interstate Gas Company. In 1935 he moved to Oklahoma, 
where he was engaged in farming and part time work in the 
oil field. In 1937 he moved to Winfield, Kansas to work 



248 



on a ranch for his brother. Since 1941 he has been en- 
gaged in oil field operations at Winfield, Kansas, and is 
now (1960) with the H.H. Blair Oil Company. Res. (1960) 
1019 East 7th Street, Winfield, Kansas. 

BORN 
2-22-1910 
8-24-1914 



Ora Albert Brewer 

Opal Lerlene (Isham) Brewer 

CHILD: 

15 60- Wanda Lerlene Brewer 



10-24-1935 



SECOND MARRIAGE 
Verna Marie (Humbert) Brewer 

CHILDREN: 

1561-Roberta Faye Brewer 
1562-Alford Joe Brewer 



12-21-1914 

1-29-1940 
8-18-1942 



1251-ELVIRA WINNIE BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 4-13-1935, John 
Delbert Powell, born at Mobley, W.Va. Res. (1960) 
Route 1, Box 42, Smithfield, W.Va. 



Elvira Winnie (Brewer) Powell 
John Delbert Powell 

CHILDREN: 

1563-Regenia Mae Powell 
1564-Barron Roger Powell 
1565-David Dwight Powell 
1566-Angelo Jo Powell 



BORN 
2- 6-1912 
7_ 4-1916 

3-31-1939 
8-15-1941 
6-15-1947 
3-14-1950 



1252- VIRGINIA MAGGIE BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 12-25-1932, Charles 
William Kendall, born near Mannington, W.Va. No 
children. Res. (1960) Route 5, Vincennes , Ind. 

BORN 
Virginia Maggie (Brewer) Kendall 9- 9-1913 

Charles William Kendall 7-24-1899 



249 

1253-VIRCHIE MAE BREWER 
(959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 3-4-1935, Roy Kenneth 
Kendall. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 130, Mannington, W.Va. 

BORN 
Virchie Mae (Brewer) Kendall 12- 8-1916 

Roy Kenneth Kendall 9- 1-1913 

CHILDREN: 

1567-Suroba Jean Kendall 12- 8-1935 

1568-Ardis Blaine Kendall 12-12-1936 



1254-FLORENCE DOROTHY CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Kodol, W.Va. Married, 2-6-1905, Evard Edward 
Meyer, born near Proctor, W.Va. , son of John Jacob and 
Sarah (Ingold) Meyer, of Monroe Co., Ohio. Resided at 
Mannington, W.Va. 

BORN 
Florence Dorothy (Cross) Meyer 7- 6-1889 

Evard Edward Meyer 6-17-1877 

CHILDREN : 

1569-Herbert Ralph Meyer 10-20-1905 

1570-Odgar Paul Meyer 3-15-1908 

1571-Edith Madge Meyer 9-15-1912 

DECEASED: DIED 

1571-Edith Madge Meyer 7-18-1913 

Evard Edward Meyer 1- 7-1958 

1254-Florence Dorothy (Cross) Meyer 2-22-1958 
Buried in North View Cemetery, New Martinsville, 
W. Va. 



1255-JESSE CALVIN CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Kodol, W.Va. Married, 4-8-1917, Louise Oretta 
Morgan, born near New Martinsville, W.Va. , daughter of 
Richard T. and Correna B. (Schamp) Morgan. Louise is a 
graduate of Magnolia High School, New Martinsville, 
W.Va. , and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. 



250 

Mr. Cross attended public school in Wetzel County, 
W, Va. , and graduated from the Mountain State Business 
College, Parkersburg, W.Va. , 1910, He later took ex- 
tension work and specialized course with LaSalle Uni- 
versity and the International Accountants Society. 

He began working in the oil fields of West Virginia 
in 1904, for the South Penn Oil Co. , and continued until 
1909, when he resigned to continue his school work. He 
was employed in 1911 by the Hope Natural Gas Co. , then a 
subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, and 
sent to a district field office where he was engaged in 
clerical work. 

In 1918 he was promoted to the position of Field 
Accounting Supervisor, and in March 1919, was assigned 
the task of reclassifying the company's plant properties 
preparatory to the inception of the State Regulation Conv- 
mission code of accounts. After completing the work for 
the companies in West Virginia and Ohio, he was sent to 
Pittsburgh, Penna. , and assigned the same duties for an 
associated company. Following the completion of this 
special work, he was transferred to the company's general 
office in Pittsburgh, Penna. , and was made Assistant 
Chief Accountant and in October 1922, became Chief Ac- 
countant. 

On February 21, 1939, he was promoted to be As- 
sistant Treasurer of Hope Natural Gas Company and The 
River Gas Company, and returned to Clarksburg, W.Va., 
in 1940, when the general office was transferred from 
Pittsburgh. He was elected Treasurer of these companies, 
January 1, 1949, and served in this capacity until April 
15, 1954, when he was elected Vice-President of Hope 
Natural Gas Co, 

He became director of Hope Natural Gas Company and 
The River Gas Company, January 1, 1949, and served until 
he retired in 1956. He also served as a member of the 
Annuities and Benefits Committee of Consolidated Natural 
Gas Company, the parent company of the five gas compa- 
nies. He has taken an active part in the American Gas 
Association, and was elected to serve as Chairman of the 
General Accounting Committee for the 1947-1948 term. 

Mr. Cross has been active in community and civic 
affairs, having served as a member of the official board 
of the Mt. Lebanon Methodist Church, Pittsburgh, Penna., 
for several years, and sixteen years on the official 



251 

board of the First Methodist Church, Clarksburg, W.Va. , 
and was treasurer of the new church- building fund, com- 
pleted in 1956. He served as treasurer of the Harrison 
County Chapter of the American Red Cross, and a member 
of the Chapter Board. In 1952 he was honored by an ap- 
pointment to a two year- term on the Eastern Advisory 
Council of the American National Red Cross; served as 
Vice-President of the Bureau Issues Association, Inc.* 
a member of the Rotary Club; Chamber of Commerce; Castle 
Shannon Country Club, where he served as President of the 
club; Clarksburg Country Club; Virginias* Seniors* Golf 
Association; 32nd degree Mason and life-member Shriner. 
He retired May 1, 1956, after completing forty eight 
years of accredited service. Res, (1961) Carmel Knolls f 
Drive, Route 3, Box 3140, Carmel, Calif. 

BORN 

Jesse Calvin Cross 5-23-1891 

Louise Oretta (Morgan) Cross 1-27-1898 
CHILDREN: 

1572-Wayne Calvin Cross 6-19-1918 

1573-Doris Mae Cross 1-20-1922 

DECEASED: DIED 

1572-Wayne Calvin Cross 1-10-1924 

Buried in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Pittsburgh, 
Penna. 



1256- JOHN LEWIS CROSS 



(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born near Kodol , W Va. Married, 12-22-1914, Mary 
Elizabeth Burdette, born in Parkersburg, W.Va., daughter 
of Lewis A. and Margarete Alice, (Alexander) Burdette. 

John started to work at an early age in the oil 
fields of Wetzel County, W.Va. When World War I came, 
he was inducted into the service, and served with the 
United States Army, in the First Division, Infantry 
Co. B-18th. He was wounded in the Battle of Soissons, 
France, and sent to the base hospital. After his re- 
covery he returned to his division, and was sent to 
Germany with the army of occupation. He received two 
combat stars, and was mustered out August 21, 1919. He 
was employed by the Hope Natural Gas Company for forty 



252 

years, and retired in 1954. He receives a pension from 
the company, and also a soldier* s pension. Res. (1960) 
Pine Grove, W.Va. 

BORN 
John Lewis Cross 10- 9-1893 

Mary Elizabeth (Burdette) Cross 11- 5-1895 

CHILDREN : 

1574-Raymond Walter Cross 6- 1-1921 

1575-Betty Lou Cross 4-29-1926 



1257- PERRY ELMER CROSS 



(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Kodol , W.Va. Married, 9-28-1919, Violet Pearl 
Postlethwait , born in Wileyville, W.Va., daughter of 
Calvin A. and Delia M. (McCoy) Postlethwait. 

Elmer first worked in the oil fields of Wetzel 
County, W.Va. , and later secured employment with the Hope 
Natural Gas Co. He was inducted into service at the be- 
ginning of World War I. He was a Machine-Gunner , with 
the 80th Division of the United States Army, attached to 
Company C-315th Machine-Gun Battalion. He participated 
in three major operations, namely, the Battle of Artoiz 
Sector; St. Mehiel and the Battle of Meuse-Argonne. He 
was mustered out June 9, 1919. He was in the service of 
Hope Natural Gas Company thirty-seven years, and retired 
in 1957. Res. (1960) 4009 North 9th Avenue, Pensacola, 
Fla. 

BORN 
Perry Elmer Cross 5-29-1895 

Violet Pearl (Postlethwait) Cross 4-25-1901 

CHILDREN: 

1576-Waleah Neoma Cross 11- 9-1920 

1577-Searoba Dolerene Cross 5-19-1927 



1258-DEALIE FORIST CROSS 



(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born near Kodol, W.Va. Married, 9-17-1917, Moses Grover 
Shuman, born in Wileyville, W.Va. , son of William and 
Sylvania (Delaney) Shuman. Res. of widow (1960) Pine 
Grove, W.Va. 



253 



Dealie Forist (Cross) Shuman 
Moses Grover Shuman 
CHILDREN: 

1578-Juanita Fredia Shuman 
1579-William Jackson Shuman 
1580-Bruce Edward Shuman 
1581-Esther Lee Shuman 
1582-Leslie Wayne Shuman 
1583-Barbara Lois Shuman 
DECEASED: 

Moses Grover Shuman 

Buried in Green Lawn Cemetery, New 

W. Va. 



BORN 
9-19-1897 

8- 2-1883 

9- 6-1919 
7- 6-1921 
2-24-1923 
8-19-1924 
5- 4-1927 

12-11-1928 
DIED 
2-26-1941 
Martinsville, 



1259-FRANK LESTER CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born near Kodol , W.Va. Married, 11-27-1926, Nellie 
Kathryn Wade, born in Fairview, W.Va., daughter of 
Charles Clarence and Prudence Anne (Haught) Wade. Frank 
was employed by the Hope Natural Gas Co. He was City 



Plant Foreman and retired Jan. 
forty two years service. Res. 
Mannington, W.Va. 

Frank Lester Cross 

Nellie Kathryn (Wade) Cross 

CHILDREN: 

1584-Mildred Anne Cross 
1585-Martha Jane Cross 
1586-Carolyn Ruth Cross 
1587-Constance Lynn Cross 



1, 1961, after completing 
(1960) 219 Furbee Ave., 

BORN 
3- 6-1900 
8- 8-1902 

5-15-1928 
12- 9-1929 
10-22-1940 

7- 4-1943 



1260-EDNA CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Pine Grove, W.Va. First marriage, 6-30-1929, 
Charles Harrison Vaughn, born in Mill Creek, W.Va. 
Second marriage, 10-10-1941, Joseph M. Gorby, born in 
Moundsville, W.Va. No children by second marriage. 



254 



Res. (1960) 4011 Meadowbrook Dr. N.W. Route 
Leavittsburg, Ohio. 

Edna (Cross) (Vaughn) Gorby 
Charles Harrison Vaughn 
Joseph M. Gorby 
CHILDREN: 

1588-Neill Vaughn 

1589-Leeta Mae Vaughn 

DECEASED: 

1588-Neill Vaughn 
1589-Leeta Mae Vaughn 

Charles Harrison Vaughn 
Joseph M, Gorby 



2, 



BORN 
11-22-1903 
3-17-1906 
1- 6-1890 

8- 1-1930 

8-27-1933 
DIED 

8- 1-1930 
10-19-1933 

3-17-1940 
11-14-1956 



1262-EVERETT EDWARD CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born In Wileyville, W.Va. Married, 1934, Oda Yoho, born 
in Wileyville, W.Va. , daughter of John and Ida Belle 
(Moore) Yoho. Res. (I960) R.F.D. 1, Newton Falls, Ohio, 



Everett Edward Cross 
Oda (Yoho) Cross 
CHILD: 

1590-Eldon Leon Cross 



BORN 
1- 6-1908 
1- 3-1913 

4- 5-1935 



1264-KERMAN RALPH CROSS 
(960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W.Va. Married, 12-16-1932, Catherine 
Elizabeth Barnes, born in Middleway, W.Va., daughter of 
Joseph S. and Beulah Catherine (Anderson) Barnes. Res, 
of widow (1960) R.F.D. 1, Box 70, Kearneysville , W.Va. 

BORN 
Kerman Ralph Cross 2-27-1912 

Catherine Elizabeth (Barnes) Cross 10-19-1913 

CHILDREN: 

1591-Barbara Jane Cross 12-19-1934 

1592-Joseph Elwood Cross 4- 4-1942 



255 

1593-David Glenn Cross 8-17-1950 

DECEASED: DIED 

1264-Kerman Ralph Cross 12- 5-1956 

Buried in Masonic Cemetery, Middleway, W.Va. 

1265-ERNEST THURMAI^ SLIDER 
(961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 7-16-1923, Madge 
Virginia Bowers, born in Mt . Pleasant, Ohio, daughter of 
Charles F, and Elizabeth (Bashore) Bowers. No children. 
Res. (1960) Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. 

BORN 
Ernest Thurman Slider 9- 6-1893 

Madge Virginia (Bowers) Slider 2- 6-1900 



1267-ZQNA AUDREY SLIDER 
(961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Laurelton, Ohio. Married, 4-6-1917, Ross Jack 
Pastors, born in Cannorville, Ohio, son of John X. and 
Emma (Bippus) Pastors. No children. Res. (1960) 332 
Grandview Ave. , Tiltonsville, Ohio. 

BORN 
Zona Audrey (Slider) Pastors 9-17-1897 

Ross Jack Pastors 4- 5-1896 



12 70-ARLIE GERTRUDE SLIDER 
(961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Rayland, Ohio. Married, 3-3-1928, George Homer 
Calhoun, born in Harrisville, W.Va. , son of Andrew and 
Mary Anna (Terry) Calhoun. Res. (1960) Mt. Pleasant, 
Ohio. 

BORN 
Arlie Gertrude (Slider) Calhoun 5-21-1909 

George Homer Calhoun 8- 1-1905 

CHILDREN: 

1594-Walter Andrew Calhoun 12- 3-1928 

1595-Homer Elwood Calhoun 3-21-1934 



256 



1271-ESTHER ALTHISA SLIDER 
(961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Married, 1930, Raymond 
Francis Moore, born in Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, son of George 
and Nellie (Wharton) Moore. Res. (1960) Adena, Ohio. 

BORN 
Esther Althisa (Slider) Moore 10-18-1912 

Raymond Francis Moore 3- 8-1909 

CHILDREN : 

1596-Lois Eileen Moore 1-10-1931 

1597-Gail Lorraine Moore 12-31-1935 

1598-Joan Lowella Moore 2- 4-1938 

1599-Edwin Wayne Moore 1-23-1941 



127 2- OTTO VIRGIL JACKSON 
(962,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 10-13-1933, Evelyn 
Winona Powell, born in Harrisville, W.Va. Res. (1960) 
Shinnston, W.Va. 



Otto Virgil Jackson 

Evelyn Winona (Powell) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

1600-David Lee Jackson 
1601-Marlene Louise Jackson 



BORN 
6-26-1906 
4-24-1908 

5-25-1935 
8- 3-1936 



127 3- CARL EDWIN JACKSON 
(962,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 2-8-1938, Pansy 
Virginia Burdine, born in Smithfield, W.Va,, daughter of 
Lewis Fountain and Lovie Mae (Haught) Burdine. 

Carl graduated from Smithfield High School and at- 
tended Fairmont State College for two years. He was 
mail-carrier for U.S. Post Office from 1929 to 1938; 
with South Penn Oil Company engaged in oil field oper- 
ations from May 1938 to July 1945 and since April 1946 
with the Monongahelia Power Company, Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Res. (1960) 808 Locust St., Apt. 2, Clarksburg, W.Va. 



257 



Carl Edwin Jackson 

Pansy Virginia (Burdine) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

1602-Sandra Sue Jackson 
1603-James Carl Jackson 
1604-Marilyn Elaine Jackson 



BORN 
7-23-1910 
2-27-1919 

11-26-1938 
1-16-1941 
5- 4-1945 



1274-ORVILLE LYNN JACKSON 
(963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Folsom, W.Va. Married, 1923, 
Wyatt, born in Smithfield, W.Va. (Res 
Ravenna, Ohio. 

Orville Lynn Jackson 

Florence Beatrice (Wyatt) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1605-Ross Lane Jackson 

1606-Vernon Lee Jackson 

1607-Allen Lewis Jackson 

1608-Joe Lynn Jackson 

1609-Betty Louise Jackson 

1610-Donald Lloyd Jackson 

1611-Jack Larry Jackson 

1612-John Lawrence Jackson 

1613-Mary Leah Jackson 

1614-David Leon Jackson 



Florence Beatrice 
. (1960) Route 1, 

BORN 
8-19-1906 
10-27-1904 

3-29-1924 
11- 4-1926 
2-28-1929 
4-20-1931 
8- 7-1933 
9-22-1935 
8- 4-1938 
10-12-1940 
3_ 4-1945 
6-26-1947 



1275-LLOYD CLARENCE JACKSON 
(963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Margaret, W.Va. Married, 1-12-1935, Esther 
Lois Talkington, daughter of Alvarious and Delpha (Ice) 
Talkington. Res, (1960) 133| Catherine St. , Wooster, 
Ohio. 

BORN 
Lloyd Clarence Jackson 9-23-1911 

Esther Lois (Talkington) Jackson 4-16-1911 

CHILDREN : 

1615-Lindsay Alvarious Jackson 6-23-1936 

1616-Donnie Lee Jackson 1-19-1940 



258 

1276- IRMA LORAINE JACKSON 
(963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Margaret, W.Va. Married, 3-24-1935, Virgil 
Simon Shriver born near Wallace, W.Va., son of Howard 
Lee and Daisy Blanche (Copenhaver) Shriver. Res. (1960) 
Lumberport, W.Va. 

BORN 
Irma Loraine (Jackson) Shriver 8- 7-1917 

Virgil Simon Shriver 5- 8-1912 

CHILDREN: 

1617-Harold Lloyd Shriver 12-17-1935 

1618-Ronald Leo Shriver 4-10-1937 

1619-Simon Rikki Shriver 9-24-1941 

1620-Rodney Lewis Shriver 9-25-1955 

1277-LILLIE EDYTH JACKSON 



(963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Margaret, W.Va. Married, 1934, William Byard 
Moore, born near Wallace, W.Va., son of Riley R. and 
Victoria Vieta (Bennett) Moore. Res. (I960) Route 2, 
Wallace, W.Va. 

BORN 
Lillie Edyth (Jackson) Moore 11-22-1919 

William Byard Moore 10-15-1915 

CHILDREN: 

1621- David Eugene Moore 2- 6-1935 

1622-Marylyn Louise Moore 4-14-1936 

1623-Rosemary Sue Moore 2- 3-1939 

1624- James Wayne Moore 12- 6-1940 

1625-Delbert Ross Moore 2-21-1943 

1626-Hazel Carol Moore 4-15-1951 

1627-William Thomas Moore 3- 4-1954 

DECEASED: DIED 

1621-David Eugene Moore 3-12-1935 
Buried in the Duncan private Cemetery, 
Wallace, W.Va. 



259 
1279-MARY TERRESSA JACKSON 



(965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Moundsville, W.Va. Married, 4-18-1931, Edwin 
John Eimers, born in Anaheim, Calif., son of John and 
Margaret (Steffis) Eimers. 

Terressa is a talented Pianist and Organist. She 
was first taught piano by her mother and then studied 
under Prof. Shockey of Wheeling, W.Va. She taught piano 
for a few years and was employed by the Tiltonsville 
Theater as Pianist. She was the Organist for the Union 
Community Church at Tiltonsville for many years, Mr, 
Eimers was fatally injured in an automobile accident re- 
sulting in his death about a month later. Res of widow 
(1960) 1737 West Arrow Highway, Upland, Calif. 

BORN 
Mary Terressa (Jackson) Eimers 7-26-1905 

Edwin John Eimers 11-12-1905 

CHILD: 

1628-John Richard Eimers 5_ 1-1932 

DECEASED: DIED 

Edwin John Eimers 3- 2-1956 

Buried in Bellevue Cemetery, Ontario, Calif. 



1280-LESTA ANN JACKSON 



(965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Moundsville, W.Va. Married, 10-28-1931, Raymond 
John Davidson, born in Compton, Calif., son of James E. 
and Minnie (Ridgeway) Davidson. 

Lesta attended Elliott Business Collete, Wheeling, 
W.Va. , where she completed the secretarial course in 
1924, and later spent two years at Bakersfield College 
studying Psychology. After preparing herself for a 
business career she secured employment with Max Crone & 
Son, Wheeling, W.Va., but left there in 1926 to accept a 
job with the U.S. Rubber Co., Rochester, N.Y, , and re- 
signed this position in 1927 to move to California with 
her parents. She resumed her employment in 1928, when 
she became Secretary and Sales Manager for an automobile 
firm operated by Bert Bingham, Pomona, Calif. During 
World War II she became Chief Clerk for the O.P.A. and 



260 



continued to the end of the war in 1945, when the oper- 
ation was terminated. She was Secretary for the Kern 
County Juvenile Forestry Camp from 1945 to 1951, was 
transferred to the Kern General Hospital, Bakersfield, 
Calif. , and left there in 1952 to return to Upland to 
take over the old homestead where they are now residing. 
No children. Res. (1960) 1849 West Arrow Highway, 
Upland, Calif. 

BORN 
Lesta Ann (Jackson) Davidson 1-20-1907 

Raymond John Davidson 3- 5-1905 



I 



1281-EDITH ESTELLA JACKSON 
(965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Moundsville, W.Va, Married, 
William Post, born in Gridley, Calif, 
512 Winston Drive, El Monte, Calif. 

Edith Estella (Jackson) Post 
James William Post 

CHILDREN: 

1629-James Edwin Post 
1630-Mar jorie Anita Post 



7-21-1929, James 
Res. (1960) 

BORN 
12-16-1909 
10-10-1906 

5-27-1931 
7-28-1933 



1282- MARGARET PEARL JACKSON 
(965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

'/ Born in Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Married, 6-21-1935, Paul 
Gerald Clewett , born in Stanton, Calif. Res. (1960) 
1713 New Hampshire, Fairfield, Calif. 



Margaret Pearl (Jackson) Clewett 
Paul Gerald Clewett 

CHILDREN : 

1631-Susann Laurie Clewett 
1632-Debra Deanna Clewett 



BORN 
4-21-1914 
7- 6-1915 

10-18-1947 
5-14-1953 



261 

1285- HELEN WINIFRED JACKSON 
(965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Tiltonsville, Ohio. Married, 12-1-1945, August 

John Glaser, born in Pirmasens, Pfaltz, Germany. Res. 

(1960) 1355 Deveric Drive, Pasadena 8, Calif. 

BORE 

Helen Winifred (Jackson) Glaser 2-22-1919 

August John Glaser 3-10-1918 

CHILDREN: 

1633-Mary Jane Glaser 6-19-1952 

1634~Robert John Glaser 2-25-1954 

1635-Kathy Ann Glazer 11-29-1957 

DECEASED: DIED 

1635-Kathy Ann Glaser 12- 1-1957 



1284-THELMA IRENE ASHCRAFT 
(967,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 11-7-1925, Ralph 
Worthington Palmer, born in Mt, Clare, W.Va. No 
children. Res. (1960) P.O. Box 234, Shinnston, W.Va. 

BORN 
Thelma Irene (Ashcraft) Palmer 6- 5-1907 

Ralph Worthington Palmer 4-23-1905 



1287-PANSY MARIE BURGESS 



(968,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 3-1-1937, John Lewis 
Sleath. No children. Res. of widow (1960) 830-East 11th 
Street, Columbus 3, Ohio. 

BORN 
Pansy Marie (Burgess) Sleath 1-22-1909 

John Lewis Sleath 5- 3-1903 

DECEASED: DIED 

John Lewis Sleath 3- 8-1944 

Buried in Elkview Cemetery, Elkview, W.Va. 



262 



128 8- CYRIL JACKSON FARMER 
(970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married, 7-7-1925, Katherine 
J, Cookes, born in Bridgeport, Ohio. 

BORN 
Cyril Jackson Farmer 3- 1-1904 

Katherine J. (Cookes) Farmer 3- 7-1907 

CHILDREN: 

1636-Cyril Jay Farmer 5-12-1926 

1637-Jerry Nelson Farmer 2- 5-1928 

DECEASED: DIED 

1288-Cyril Jackson Farmer 1-18-1945 

Buried in Belmont Memorial Park Cemetery, 
St. Clairsville, Ohio. 



1289-NORMAN CHANDLER FARMER 
(970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio, Married, 5-26-1934, Emma Mary 
Bond, born in Valparaiso, Indiana, daughter of Arthur L. 
and Florence (Babcock) Bond. 

Mr. Farmer has been employed by the United States 
Steel Corporation, at their Gary works, since 1928. Both 
he and his wife are members of the Gary Methodist Church, 
where Norman has taken an active and leading part in the 
church affairs. He is a 32nd degree Mason and a member 
of the Order of the Shrine. No children. Res. (1960) 
6545 Birch Place, Gary, Indiana. 

BORN 
Norman Chandler Farmer 5- 7-1905 

Emma Mary (Bond) Farmer 4- 5-1908 



1290-DOROTHY VIOLET FARMER 
(970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Lansing, Ohio. Married, 10-4-1940, Francis 
Raymond Waide, born in Onarga, 111. , son of William 
Sherman and Minnie Virginia (Ward) Waide. 

Dorothy graduated from Bridgeport High School and 
completed a course in a Comptometry School. She was in 



263 

the employ of the Continental Foundry Company from Jan- 
uary 1957 to August 1943, and since May 1951 in the 
service of the Martins Ferry Hospital as Cashier and 
Clerk. She has been the organist at the First Methodist 
Church, Bridgeport, Ohio, since 1928. She is a member 
of the Order of the Eastern Star, and served as Worthy 
Matron in 1943. 

Raymond completed his high school education irj 
Onarga, 111., and attended night school for two years at 
the Metropolitan Business College, Chicago, 111. He is 
the Paymaster for the Blaw-Knox Company, Wheeling, W,Va. , 
having been with them since 1936. Both are members of 
the Methodist Church. Res. (1960) 405 N. Zane Highway, 
Martins Ferry, Ohio. 

BORN 
Dorothy Violet (Farmer) Waide 4-21-1911 

Francis Raymond Waide 8- 8-1903 

CHILDREN: 

1638-Carol Anne Waide 2-11-1942 

1639-Beverly Lynn Waide 1-15-1943 

1640-Gordon Kent Waide 7-29-1946 

1641-Janet Fern Waide 2-10-1955 



1291- OAKLEY MILO FARMER 



(970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married, 8-25-1945, Mary 
Atwell Roller, born in Alliance, Ohio, daughter of Lester 
and Margaret (Atwell) Roller. Mrs. Farmer graduated 
from Alliance High School in 1942, and received the B.A. 
degree from Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio, 1945. She 
is a member of Delta Delta Delta National Sorority. 

Mr. Farmer graduated from Bridgeport High School in 
1934. His education was interrupted for a period of six 
years, when he found it necessary to seek employement be- 
fore continuing his school work. During this interval he 
was employed by the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. , 
the Continental Roll & Steel Foundry and the Wheeling 
Electric Co; all of these companies are located in 
Wheeling, W.Va. 

He resumed his school work in 1940, completing one 
year of college work at Evanston Collegiate Institute at 
Evanston, 111. He was admitted to Mt. Union College, 
Alliance, Ohio in 1941, receiving the B.A, degree in 



264 

1944, The following two years were spent at Boston Uni- 
versity School of Theology and he returned to the same 
institution in 1948, receiving the S.T.B. degree, magna 
cum laude, 1949. He completed one year at Boston Uni- 
versity and Harvard University, pursuing credits, to- 
ward his Ph.D. degree as Robinson Fellow of Boston Uni- 
versity, 1950. 

Mr. Farmer served as student-pastor of the Lexington 
Methodist Church, Alliance, Ohio, 1941-1944; Pastor of 
the First Methodist Church, Hillsboro, N.H. , 1944-1947; 
Professor of Sociology and Philosophy at New England Col- 
lege, Henniker, N.H. , 1945-1949, and from 1947 to 1950 he 
was Pastor of the First Methodist Church, Concord, N.H. 

In June 1950 he became Executive Secretary to U.S. 
Senator Styles Bridges of New Hampshire, serving until 
October 1951, when he became Special agent for the U.S. 
Senate Appropriations Sub-Committee on Mutual Security. 
In this capacity he visited twenty-two countries in Wes- ! 
tern Europe, Near East and Far East, consulting with top 
U.S. officials abroad on United States foreign aid ex- 
penditures. Report of his findings were made direct to 
the Mutual Security Sub- Commit tee. After completing this ij 
special assignment he returned to the pastorate, serving ' 
the First Congregational Church, Newbury, Vt. , as Pastor 
from 1952 to 1954. 

In May 1954 he took over the duties of Executive 
Director for Ohio Methodist Information at Columbus, 
Ohio. This position involved the direction of all public i 
relations for the bishop and the 1900 churches of the 
Ohio area. He prepared all radio and T.V. programs, 
press-releases and all publications. He was editor of 
the Ohio News Section of Together Magazine and con- 
tributed widely to the churches national publications. 

In January 1957 he accepted the position of Execu- 
tive Director of the Kansas Foundation for Private Col- 
leges at Topeka, Kan. , and resigned in May 1958 when he \ ■. 
received an offer from Highway Display, Inc. , to serve 
in an Executive capacity for the company in Ohio. On 
Sept. 1, 1960, he was made General Sales Manager of the 
company with headquarters at St. Paul, Minn. Effective 
January 1, 1961, he was elected Vice-President in charge 
of sales for Highway Display. 

He is a member of the Masonic Lodge; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon National Fraternity; St. Paul University Club 



265 



and Vermont Congregational Conference, 
as an accomplished speaker, 

Oakley Milo Farmer 

Mary Atwell (Roller) Farmer 

CHILDREN: 

1642-Lyndan Howard Farmer 
1643-Richard Taylor Farmer 



He is well kn 



own 



BORN 
11-25-1916 
4-28-1924 

5-31-1949 
5-25-1952 



BORN 
24-1909 



129 2- CHARLES DAMON JACKSON 
(971,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married Marie Fisher. 

Charles Damon Jackson 9_. 

Marie (Fisher) Jackson .,.,,•,,., 

CHILDREN: 

1644-Nellie Marie Jackson 1934 

1645-Walker Carl Jackson 1936 

1646-Caroline Joan Jackson 1938 

1647-Elsie Jean Jackson 1940 

1648-Charles Damon Jackson, Jr. 1943 

1649- Teresa Jackson 1945 

DECEASED: DIED 

1646-Caroline Joan Jackson 1939 



129 3- CAROLINE MAUD JACKSON 
(971,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married George Dugmore, 



Caroline Maud (Jackson) Dugmore 

George Dugmore 

CHILDREN: 

1650-Asa John Dugmore 
1651-Betty Jane Dugmore 



BORN 
11-21-1912 



12- 4-1927 
1- 3-1932 



1297-DARYL JACKSON ROTH 
(973,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. He first married, 5-19-1935, 



266 

Evelyn Agnes Fordyce, born in Ned, Penna. Married , (2nd) 
7-17-1943, Violet Bernett Riggs, born in Ned, Penna., 
daughter of Joshua and Margaret (Evans) Riggs. 

BORN 
Daryl Jackson Roth 3-23-1914 

Evelyn Agnes (Fordyce) Roth 7-24-1917 

CHILD: 

1652-Bonnie Lou Roth 12- 4-1936 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Violet Bernett (Riggs) Roth 3- 9-1922 

CHILD: 

1653-Linda Kay Roth 4- 1-1947 

129 8- CHARLES WILLIAM ROTH 



(973,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 1933, Opal Morris, born 
in Aleppo, Penna. , daughter of Ward Earl and Vada Mae 
(McDougal) Morris. Charles has been manager of the Elite 
Glass Company, Cameron, W.Va. , since 1952. Member of the 
First Christian Church. 

BORN 
Charles William Roth 6-16-1916 

Opal (Morris) Roth 7-24-1918 

CHILD: 

1654-Helen Virginia Roth 11-28-1933 



1299-HELEN BELINDA SIMMONS 
(975,494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wheeling, W.Va. Married, 1-26-1921, James Emmett 
Gleason, born in Charlottesville, Va. Res. (I960) 521 
North First St., Charlottesville, Va. 

BORN 
Helen Belinda (Simmons) Gleason 3-16-1897 

James Emmett Gleason 7-25-1891 

CHILDREN : 

1655-Nancy Lee Gleason 8-16-1924 

1656-David Fenwick Gleason 1-15-1928 



267 



13Q6-VIRCHIE ELIZABETH WHITE 
(979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, by Reverend Smith, 
in Moundsville, W.Va. , 4-21-1916, Edward Alonzo Wilson, 
born in Wileyville, W.Va. Res. (I960) Route 2, Woods- 
field, Ohio. 



Virchie Elizabeth (White) Wilson 
Edward Alonzo Wilson 

CHILDREN: 

1657-Delbert Kinzie Wilson 
1658-Leona Mae Wilson 
1659-Elmer Maywood Wilson 
1660-Virgil Hubert Wilson 
1661-Freda Geraldine Wilson 
1662-Wilma Ruth Wilson 
1663-Kathleen Virginia Wilson 
1664-Lucy Evelyn Wilson 
1665-Hazel Pauline Wilson 
1666-Velma Catherine Wilson 
1667-Willard Eugene Wilson 
1668-Beulah Nell Wilson 
1669-Paul Lewis Wilson 
1670-Edward Alonzo Wilson, Jr. 
1671-Leonard Leroy Wilson 
1672-Betty Louise Wilson 
DECEASED: 

1658-Leona Mae Wilson 
1660-Virgil Hubert Wilson 
1664-Lucy Evelyn Wilson 

Leona Mae and Virgil Hubert Wilson, 

Wyatt Cemetery, Archer, W.Va. 

Lucy Evelyn Wilson, buried in K. of 

Hastings, W.Va. 



BORN 

8- 1-1897 
11- 8-1899 

10-22-1917 
9-12-1918 

11-27-1919 
4-11-1921 
4-15-1922 
8-29-1923 

4- 3-1925 
6-25-1926 
6-14-1928 
3-22-1930 

9- 7-1932 
1-23-1934 

5- 2-1935 
5- 2-1935 

10-21-1937 
8-18-1942 

DIED 
1- 8-1919 
12-25-1921 
3- 5-1929 
buried at 

P. Cemetery, 



1307- CORA KATHRYN WHITE 
(979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. First Marriage, 12-18-1916, 
George Franklin Russell. Second marriage, 7-27-1931, 
Joseph William West. Third Marriage, 2-18-1933, Spence 
P. Longwell. Fourth Marriage, 5-17-1954, Clarence Edward 



268 



Weekly. No children by the last marriage. 
Route 2, Clarington, W.Va, 

Cora Kathryn (White) (Russell) (West) 

(Longwell) Weekly 

George Franklin Russell 

Joseph William West 

Spence P. Longwell 

Clarence Edward Weekly 

CHILDREN: 

1673-Dorothy Imogene Russell 

1674-Albert Okey Russell 

1675-Bertha May Russell 

1676-Junior Lee Russell 

1677-Joseph William West, Jr. 

1678- Jack Richard Longwell 

1679-Ray Edward Longwell 



Res. (1960) 

BORN 

3- 5-1901 

1887 

6-15-1885 

6-29-1884 

12-11-1900 

5-11-1922 

6- 1-1928 
12- 1-1929 

9-17-1930 
10-26-1932 

6-22-1934 
11-25-1935 



1308-HOMER EDWARD WHITE 
(979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born on Lynn Camp Run, Wetzel Co., W.Va. Married, 1926, 
Nellie Dixon, born in Cameron, W.Va. Res. (1960) 2311 
Market St., Wheeling, W.Va. 

BORN 
Homer Edward White 6-13-1904 
Nellie (Dixon) White 

CHILDREN: 

1680-Harold Edward White 6- 8-1927 

1681-Kathryn May White 3- 3-1929 

1682-Hazel White 6-29-1934 



1309-NELLIE OLIVE WHITE 
(979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Silver Hill, W.Va. Married, 4-29-1922 
Russell Littell, born in Littleton, W.Va. Res. 
Uniontown, W.Va. 

Nellie Olive (White) Littell 
Charles Russell Littell 



Charles 
(1960) 

BORN 
5-10-1906 
5-13-1903 



269 



CHILDREN: 

1683-Samuel Eugene Littell 
1684-Harold Albert Littell 
1685-Joseph Russell Littell 



3-12-1925 

5- 6-1926 

11-17-1931 



1310-DELPHIA DELORIS WHITE 
(979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W.Va. Married, 10-20- 
Raymoth Wingrove, born in Woodland, W.Va. 
P.O. Box 135, Powhatan, Ohio. 

Delphia Deloris (White) Wingrove 
Encil Raymoth Wingrove 
CHILDREN: 

1686-Marion Lee Wingrove 

1687-Lola May Wingrove 

1688-Lorna Maxine Wingrove 

1689-Billey Gene Wingrove 

1690-Elson Elwood Wingrove 



1924, Encil 
Res. (1960) 

BORN 
8- 9-1907 
7- 9-1903 

5-14-1926 
4- 1-1928 
5-14-1930 
11-18-1935 
7-21-1945 



131 2- BESSIE EDRIE JACKSON 
(980,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va., 8-8-1908. Bessie is an in- 
dustrious woman, worthy of her name. She enjoys gather- 
ing Genealogy records, and has made valuable contri- 
butions of family records, and furnished clues and leads 
that have made it possible for the author to obtain the 
history of several families that formerly lived at Silver 
Hill. She was never married, having lived with her 
parents all her life. She felt she was needed at home 
and kept herself occupied in the many duties in the home 
and managing and doing some of the work on the farm. 
She is a member of Church of Christ. Res. (1960) Silver 
Hill, W.Va. 



131 3- SAMUEL TERRELL JACKSON 
(981,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W.Va. Married, 5-28-1938, Wanda 
Rowena Steel, born in New Martinsville, W.Va., daughter 



270 

of Wiley and Ida Pearl (Barth) Steel. 

Terrell was in World War II with the United States 
Army, having entered the service May 4, 1943. He re- 
ceived his basic training at Camp Haan, in California, 
and then was sent to England with the 120th Anti-Aircraf t 
Artillery Gun Battalion, Battery-D. He entered Normandy 
D + 6, and continued until the end of the war at Frank- 
furt, Germany. He returned to Marseilles, France as 
M, P. , and served in this capacity until he started home 
on December 4, 1945. He was awarded five European combat 
stars. Res. (I960) 241 Leap Street, New Martinsville, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Samuel Terrell Jackson 11-29-1919 

Wanda Rowena (Steel) Jackson 10-18-1921 

CHILDREN: 

1691-Terrell Lee Jackson 9-15-1946 

1692-Richard Samuel Jackson 6-14-1954 

1693-Elizabeth Ann Jackson 12-12-1958 



1316-WILDA MARGARET JACKSON 



(986,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married, 6-12-1940, Arley Lewis 
Haines, born in Littleton, W.Va, , son of Lewis Jackson 
and Mary (Cain) Haines, Res. (1960) Route 1, Worthington,!^ 
W. Va, 

BORN 
Wilda Margaret (Jackson) Haines 6-13-1917 

Arley Lewis Haines 5-13-1918 

CHILDREN: 

1694-Lewis Jackson Haines 7_15_1941 

1695-David Lawrence Haines 3-22-1946 



1318-HELEN MARJORIE JACKSON 



(986,500,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Littleton, W.Va. First marriage, 4-25-1943, 
Norman H. Ellis. Second marriage, 8-3-1951, Joseph J. 
Hofmann, born in Brookside, Ohio, son of Frank and Anna 
Hofmann. Res. (1960) 851 Country Club Drive, Pittsburg 
34, Penna. 



271 



Helen Majorie (Jackson) (Ellis) Hofmann 
Norman H. Ellis 

CHILD: 

1696-Richard Garland Ellis 

SECOND MARRIAGE 

Joseph J, Hofmann 

CHILDREN: 

1697- Janice Louise Hofmann 
1698-Douglas Joseph Hofmann 
1699-Andrew Charles Hofmann 



BORN 
10- 2-1920 



9- 4-1945 

5-18-1916 

5-28-1952 
7-18-1954 
1-21-1958 



131 9- EVELYN GRACE JACKSON 
(986,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. , 7-26-1922. She has been in the 
service of the U.S. Post Office since March 1, 1942, at 
Littleton, W.Va. She was never married. Res. (1960) 
Littleton, W.Va. 



1522-FELIX MARK JACKSON 
(987,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married, 9-13-1936, Mary 
Catherine Villers, born in Littleton, W.Va. 



Felix Mark Jackson 

Mary Catherine (Villers) Jackson 

CHILDREN : 

1700-Robert Edward Jackson 

1701-Diane Jackson 
DECEASED: 

1701-Diane Jackson 



BORN 
9-17-1917 
10-29-1917 

9-20-1937 
3-23-1941 
DIED 
1951 



1323-EDWARD McNICHOLAS JACKSON 
(987,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married Dorothy Carolyn Walker, 
born in Weirton, W.Va. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 89-A, 
Hookstown, Penna. 



272 



Edward McNicholas Jackson 
Dorothy Carolyn (Walker) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1702-Edward Howard Jackson 
1703-Barbara Ann Jackson 
1704-William David Jackson 
1705-Sandra Lee Jackson 
1706-Leona Jeannieve Jackson 



BORN 
3-28-1919 
6-28-1921 

9-13-1942 
2-25-1944 
8-21-1946 
11- 4-1947 
3_ 4-1951 



15 24- VIRGIL WALKER CAIN 
(988,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married, 9-15-1956, Helena Rita 
Frazier, born in Newton, Mass. 

Virgil was in World War II with the United States 
Army. He entered the service 10-20-1942, attached to the 
Medical Corps, 1327 Service Unit, Fort Story, Va. He was 
given an honorable discharge 1-22-1946. Res. (1960) 40 
Eliot St., Watertown, Mass. 

BORN 
Virgil Walker Cain 6-25-1920 

Helena Rita (Frazier) Cain 2-10-1919 



CHILD: 

1707-Donna Beatrice Cain 



2-19-1959 



1325-VERIL WALTER GAIN 
(988,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va., 6-25-1920. He served in World 
War II with the U.S. Marines. He entered the service 12- 
9-1941, attached to the 1st and 6th Marine Divisions. He 
was in the Pacific theatre, at Guadalcanal, China, Guam 
Okinowa. He was given an honorable discharge 3-6-1946. 
He was never married. Res. (1960) P.O. Box 83, Wheeling, 
W. Va. 



1326-LAWRENCE CAIN 
(988,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va., 8-31-1922. He was never mar- 
ried. 



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He was in World War II, having entered the service 
4-10-1941 with the United States Air Force as a Bombar- 
dier Chief Gunner, in C.B.I. Theatre. He also served in 
the Korean War with the United States Army. He was with 
the 1st Army, stationed in Paris and connected with 
S.H.A.P.E. headquarters. He was given an honorable dis- 
charge, 9-17-1953. Res. (1960) Littleton, W.Va. 



1327-JOSEPH WEBSTER CAIN 
(988,500,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married, 4-7-1946, Marie Braun, 
born in Dubois County, Indiana, daughter of John Edward 
and Eva (Connell) Braun. 

Joseph served in World War II, having entered the 
service 7-26-1943. He was with the United States Army 
Air Force, in the Asiatic-Pacific theatre of war. He 
received the following medals and awards; American 

theatre; Good conduct; Victory medal and Asiatic-Pacific 
theatre. He was given an honorable discharge 3-9-1946, 
He has been in the employ of the United States Rubber Co. 
since 1950. Res. (1960) Route 2, Washington, Ind. 

BORN 
Joseph Webster Cain 6-26-1924 

Marie (Braun) Cain 8- 6-1923 

CHILDREN: 

1708-Linda Sue Cain 1-20-1948 

1709-Joseph Michael Cain 9- 6-1949 

1710-Richard Lee Cain 7-20-1952 

1711-Mark Edward Cain 2-15-1956 



1328-DONALD JOSEPH JACKSON 



(989,501,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-6-1935, Majorie Ann 
McMahon, born in Wellsburg, W.Va. Res. (1960) 936 St. 
Ann St. , Pittsburgh 34, Penna. 

BORN 
Donald Joseph Jackson 7-24-1912 

Majorie Ann (McMahon) Jackson 8-21-1915 

CHILD: 

1712-Judith Ann Jackson 1-18-1936 



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1530-BHULA DELLA EAVENSON 
(990,501,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Clarksburg, W.Va. Married, 8-12-1939, Andrew 
Haray, born in Austria-Hungary. Res. (1960) 19235 Lorain 
Road, Fairview Park, Cleveland, Ohio. 

BORN 
Bhula Delia (Eavenson) Haray 2-15-1909 

Andrew Haray 4-21-1902 

CHILD: 

1713-Andrea Helen Haray 7-19-1943 



1334- WILLIAM YOST HILLBERRY 
(991,501,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Holt, W.Va. Married, 9-15-1951, in Oakland, Md. , 
Carol Dee Simpson, born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 
daughter of Thomas Irvin and Grace Edna (Hoi combe) 
Simpson. Res. (1960) 435 Dunkard Ave., Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
William Yost Hillberry 12- 1-1931 

Carol Dee (Simpson) Hillberry 12- 5-1932 

CHILD: 

1714-Chalon Clark Hillberry 8- 5-1952 



1335-M\BEL VIRGINIA CHAMBERS 
(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Howard, W.Va. Married, Harold Edward Blake, born 



in Cameron, W.Va. 
Chester, W.Va. 



Res. (1960) Route 1, 



Mabel Virginia (Chambers) Blake 

Harold Edward Blake 

CHILDREN : 

1715-Beulah Maxine Blake 
1716-Myrtle Faye Blake 
1717-Paul Harold Blake 
1718-Geraldine Virginia Blake 
1719-Ellen Imogene Blake 
1720-Violet Marie Blake 
1721-Robert Samuel Blake 



Fairview 


Rd. 


» 




BORN 


12- 


-27- 


-1913 


5- 


■ 30- 


-1916 


9- 


- 4- 


-1936 


4- 


- 7- 


-1938 


5- 


■10- 


■1939 


11- 


-14-1940 


5- 


-30- 


■1943 


9- 


-18- 


■ 1944 


1- 


■ 18- 


■1946 



275 

1356-ROBERTA ELOISE CHAMBERS 
(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Howard, W.Va. Married, 9-21-1940, Ralph Marvin 
Richmond, born in Silver Hill, W.Va. No children. 

BORN 
Roberta Eloise (Chambers) Richmond 1-24-1915 

Ralph Marvin Richmond 1-12-1918 

1337-GOLDIE VERNA CHAMBERS 



(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Howard, W.Va. Married, 9-14-1938, Roy Barm 
Richter, born in Wileyville, W.Va. Res. (1960) Doolin 
Route, New Martinsville, W.Va. 

BORN 
Goldie Verna (Chambers) Richter 7-26-1916 

Roy Barm Richter 11-23-1909 

CHILDREN: 

1722-Raymond Leo Richter 7- 7-1939 

1723-Harry Edward Richter 1-23-1941 

1724-Sherman Luther Richter 12-28-1942 

1725-Herman Lyle Richter 12-28-1942 

1726-Mary Louise Richter 3-16-1945 

1338-FORTHA CHAMBERS 



(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 1939, George Vennenom 
Riggle, born in Aleppo, Penna. Res. (1960) Cameron, W.Va. 

BORN 
Fortha (Chambers) Riggle 7- 3-1918 

George Vennenom Riggle 4-18-1910 

CHILD: 

1727-Winona Elizabeth Riggle 3-25-1940 

1339-IRA BUSTER CHAMBERS 



(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 10-23-1944, Jacqueline 
Hamilton, born in Kado, W.Va. 



276 

BORN 
Ira Buster Chambers 11-26-1919 

Jacqueline (Hamilton) Chambers 6- 4-1926 

CHILD: 

1728-Wanda Jean Chambers 2-28-1946 



1540-GEORGIA MYRRL CHAMBERS 
(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W. Va. Married, Harold Franklin Anderson, 

born in Cameron, W Va. Res. (1960) Cameron, W.Va. 

BORN 

Georgia Myrrl (Chambers) Anderson 6-29-1921 

Harold Franklin Anderson 8-11-1920 

CHILDREN : 

1729-Richard Franklin Anderson 1-20-1940 

1730-William Elroy Anderson 6-27-1942 

1731-David Lee Anderson 7-15-1944 

1732-Janell Elaine Anderson 8-28-1945 

1733-Ronald Jean Anderson 11-24-1946 

1734_Vera Marie Anderson 12-19-1948 



1342- HENRY EARL CHAMBERS 
(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 1-25-1950, Liselatte 
Rosshirt, born in Munich, Germany. 

BORN 
Henry Earl Chambers 4-24-1924 

Liselatte (Rosshirt) Chambers 2-16-1926 

CHILDREN: 

1735-Henry Earl Chambers, Jr. 7-31-1952 

17 3 6- Vicky Lynn~Chambers 9- 1957 



1347-CORELLA LUCILLE CHAMBERS 
(992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 1949, Robert J. Chambers 
born in Cameron, W.Va. Res. (1960) Cameron, W.Va. 



277 



Corella Lucille (Chambers) Chambers 

Robert J. Chambers 

CHILDREN: 

1737-Mary Jane Chambers 
1738-Bobbie Joe Chambers 
1739-Wayne Eugene Chambers 



BORN 
8- 2-1933 
10- 7-1930 

2-14-1950 
6-21-1952 
5-19-1959 



1348-ALTA LEVERNE WHITE 
(994,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Silver Hill, W.Va, Married, Francis Lee Taylor, 
born in New Dale, W.Va. , son of Charles Ross and Martha 
Blanche (Cecil) Taylor. Res. (1960) Route 2, Wellsburg, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Alta Leverne (White) Taylor 2-11-1935 

Francis Lee Taylor 7-27-1931 

CHILDREN: 

1740-Dale Lee Taylor 8- 4-1950 

1741-Francis Edward Taylor 9- 6-1953 



1353-MYRA MARIA HALL 
(995,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married at Fort Knox, Ky. , 
11-5-1945, Wilbur Charles Marks, born at Rogers, Texas, 
son of James Matthew and Ida Ruth (Ashby) Marks. 

Mrs. Marks received the A.B. degree from West 
Virginia University 1934; B.S. degree from Duke Uni- 
versity, 1938, She is a registered Nurse and received 
her certificate to practise in North Carolina. She was 
employed as Nursing Arts Instructor, 1938-1939; Director 
of Nursing education, Bayonne, N. J. , 1939-1942. At the 
beginning of World War II she enlisted for service in 
the United States Army Nurses Corps, and was released in 
January 1944 after having served for eighteen months. 

Major Marks has been in the service of the United 
States Army since July 1942. He was commissioned Second 
Lieutenant in 1943, and sent to the Mediterranean theatre 
of war where he was attached to the Tank-Destroyers, and 



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served until the end of the war. Since then'he has 
served in other overseas duty and is now (1960) Major, 
commanding U.S. Army Recruiting Main Station at Jackson, 
Miss. He is a 32nd degree Mason and a Shriner, They 
are members of the Episcopal Church. Res. (1960) 115 
Queen Anne Lane, Jackson 9, Miss. 



Myra Marie (Hall) Marks 
Wilbur Charles Marks 
CHILDREN: 

1742-William Douglas Marks 

1745- Virginia Louise Marks 

1744_Suzanne Marks 
DECEASED: 

1744_Suzanne Marks 



BORN 
10-17-1913 
11-17-1913 

6-24-1946 
2-13-1948 
1- 8-1955 

DIED 
1- 8-1955 



13 54- ROY OLNEY HALL, Jr. 
(995,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 11-20-1937, Helen 

Marie Manson. Res. (1960) 3715 Grant Street, Pittsburgh 

34, Penna. 

BORN 

Roy Olney Hall, Jr. 10- 5-1914 

Helen Marie (Manson) Hall .•.. 

CHILDREN : 

1745-Roy Olney Hall III 9-24-1938 

1746-A son 9-24-1938 

1747-Judith Ann Hall 4-24-1941 

DECEASED: DIED 

1746-A son 9-25-1938 



1355-GERTRUDE R. ELLISON 



(997,503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Elkland, Penna. Married, 1-21-1933, George Henry 
Curtis, born in Hamlin, N.Y. , son of Silas Eugene and 
Mary Mahaley (DeFrain) Curtis. Res, (1960) 834 E. Fall- 
brook St. , Fallbrook, Calif. 



279 

BORN 
Gertrude R. (Ellison) Curtis 2-27-1910 

George Henry Curtis 5-22-1907 

CHILD: 

1748- Theodore James Curtis 12-11-1933 



1356- HELEN VIRGINIA ELLISON 



(997,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Elkland, Penna. Married, 2-9-1941, Clayton 
Sumner Cornell, born in Rochester, N.Y. , son of Charles 
Clayton and Genevieve (0*Connell) Cornell. Helen is a 
graduate of Central City Business Institute, Syracuse, 
N.Y. Res. (1960) 26 Lawndale Terr. , Rochester 9, N.Y. 

BORN 
Helen Virginia (Ellison) Cornell 7- 4-1915 

Clayton Sumner Cornell 8-12-1914 

CHILDREN: 

1749-Virginia Ann Cornell 12-14-1944 

1750-Linda Kay Cornell 4- 4-1947 



1357-THELMA JANE ELLISON 
(997,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Canandaigua, N.Y. Married, 9-19-1947, Rev. Paul 
H. Huyett, born at Birdsboro, Penna,, son of Albert H, 
and Anna (Sufert) Huyett. Res. (1960) 123 Liberty St., 
Bath, N.Y. 

BORN 
Thelma Jane (Ellison) Huyett 9-30-1920 

Paul H. Huyett 1- 7-1907 

CHILDREN: 

1751-Nancy Jane Huyett 12-30-1948 

1752-John Paul Huyett 11-20-1953 



1358- WANDA EVELYN BRAKE 



(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 9-2-1927, William 

Henry Hudson, born in Rochester, N.Y. , son of Charles 

Henry and Kate Pelling (Levet) Hudson. Res. (1960) 



280 



334 Thurston Road, Rochester 19, N.Y. 

Wanda Evelyn (Brake) Hudson 
William Henry Hudson 
CHILD: 

1753-James William Hudson 



BORN 
4-13-1909 
7-20-1908 

6-20-1932 



13 59- GLEN DALE BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. He was first married to 
Dorothy Grace Hunt, born in Victor N.Y. , daughter of 
Homer Howard and Goldie (Cuykendall) Hunt. He was mar- 
ried a second time-to Betty Mae Jensen, born in Victor, 
N.Y. , daughter of Barnhard and Grace (Priest) Jensen, 
Res. (1960) Route 2, Victor, N.Y. 

BORN 
Glen Dale Brake 12-22-1910 

Dorothy Grace (Hunt) Brake 11-29-1910 

CHILDREN: 

1754-Marian Dorothy Brake 9- 7-1935 

1755-Carl Edward Brake 7-13-1937 

1756-Marguerite Ann Brake 5-11-1939 

1757-Glen Dale Brake, Jr. 9-16-1940 

1758-William Howard Brake 5-10-1943 



SECOND MARRIAGE 
Betty Mae (Jensen) Brake 

CHILDREN: 

1759-Susan Ann Brake 
1760-Neal Scott Brake 

DECEASED: 

Dorothy Grace (Hunt) Brake 
Betty Mae (Jensen) Brake 



4-22-1932 

3-24-1952 
2-26-1955 

DIED 
11-17-1953 
12-29-1957 



1361-RUTH ELEANOR BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 3-30-1938, Howard 
Walter Tay, born in Farmington, N.Y. , son of Walter H. 
and Hulda (Goodwell) Tay. Res. (1960) Route 2, Victor, 
N.Y. 



281 



Ruth Eleanor (Brake) Tay 

Howard Walter Tay 

CHILDREN: 

1761-Roger Lee Tay 
1762-Diana Jean Tay 
17 63- Kenneth Howard Tay 
1764-William Douglas Tay 



BORN 
5- 8-1915 
3-21-1910 

1-25-1939 

4-20-1941 

10-13-1947 

10-24-1950 



1362-DONALD ROBERT BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 9-13-1938, Alta Grace 
Jensen, born in Fairport, N.Y. , daughter of Barnhard and 
Grace Edith (Priest) Jensen. Res. (1960) 158 Brace Road, 
RFD, Victor, N.Y. 

BORN 
8-26-1917 
3-26-1922 



Donald Robert Brake 

Alta Grace (Jensen) Brake 

CHILDREN: 

1765-Donna Marie Brake 
1766-Judith Ann Brake 
1767-Dale Eugene Brake 
1768-Richard Lee Brake 
1769-Sherman Douglas Brake 
1770-Martin Donald Brake 



9-13-1939 
11-11-1942 

6-11-1944 
12-17-1945 

2-19-1948 
11- 4-1950 



13 64- BETTY JANE BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-15-1950, Stanley 
Aldrich Pickering, born in Perinton, N.Y. , son of Howard 
and Louise Mabel (Aldrich) Pickering. Res. (1960) 25 
Lane Road, Victor, N.Y. 



Betty Jane (Brake) Pickering 
Stanley Aldrich Pickering 
CHILDREN : 

1771-Ray Russell Pickering 
1772-Alan Douglas Pickering 
1773-Gerald Lee Pickering 
1774-Barbara Kay Pickering 



BORN 
11-13-1922 
9-13-1913 

12-14-1951 
6-11-1954 

11-13-1957 
3- 1-1960 



282 

1565- WILLIAM McDONALD BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in East Bloomington, N.Y. Married, 6-13-1947, 
Elizabeth Jean McKee , born at Superior, Neb,, daughter 
of John Knox and Lottie Frances (Touzalin) McKee. 
William was in World War II, with the United States Army 
Air Force. He was attached to the 39th Bomb Squadron, 
6th Bomb Group, 313th Wing, 20th A.F. He was sent to 
the Asiatic Pacific Theatre of war, where he flew 17 com- 
bat missions-Air Offensive Japan, Eastern Mandates; 
dropped food and supplies to PW camps in Japan after the 
end of the war, and flew top cover for signing of the 
Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay. He received the follow- 
ing medals and awards: Good conduct medal; Asiatic- 
Pacific service medal; Air medal with two oak leaf 
clusters and World War II victory medal. He was given 
an honorable discharge, 2-8-1946. He is employed by 
Eastern Air Lines, Newark, N. J. , as Flight Engineer 
Supervisor. Res. (1960) 1716 Fenimore Dr. , Scotch 
Plains, N.J. 

BORN 
William McDonald Brake 4-26-1925 

Elizabeth Jean (McKee) Brake 10- 8-1925 

CHILDREN : 

1775-Michael Scott Brake 6-26-1948 

1776-William Randolph Brake 7-29-1949 

1777-Lawrence Paul Brake 3-18-1955 

1778-Robert Craig Brake 9- 3-1956 

DECEASED: DIED 

1777-Lawrence Paul Brake 



1366-RICHARD NORTON BRAKE 
(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) ■ 

Born in East Bloomfield, N.Y. Married, 6-7-1947, Marion 
Louise Dorfer, born in Rochester, N.Y,, daughter of i 
Arthur J. and Lulu M. (Frey) Dorfer. 

Richard was in the service of the United States Navy! 
from Sept. 8, 1945 until June 6, 1946. He was with the 
Naval Seabees, 7th Battalion and 37th Battalion and then 
transferred to CBMU 541, His entire service was spent ir| 



283 

the Pacific at Okinawa, Saipan, Japan and Hawaii. Res. 

(1960) 419 West Elm St., East Rochester, N.Y. 

BORN 

Richard Norton Brake 7-21-1927 

Marion Louise (Dorfer) Brake 9-11-1926 

CHILDREN : 

1779-Roy Mitchell Brake 1-31-1949 

1780-Deborah Louise Brake 1- 5-1952 

1781-Jonathan Richard Brake 5-26-1954 



1367-ROBERT OHLEY BRAKE 



(998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in East Bloomfield, N.Y. Married, 11-23-1957, 
Heather Anne Howard, born at Potsdam, N.Y. , daughter of 
B. Franklin and Charlotte Ethel (Bryant) Howard. Robert 
served in the military force from June 27, 1951 to June 
28, 1955. His service was in the North Atlantic with the 
United States Air Force, attached to the 52nd Air Sea 
Rescue, Res. (I960) 47 Parker Ave., Wassena, N.Y. 

BORN 
Robert Ohley Brake 3- 2-1933 

Heather Anne (Howard) Brake 6-15-1937 

CHILD: 

1782-Carol Joan Brake 7- 1-1958 



1368- JEAN McMILLEN 



(999,503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Niagara Falls, N.Y, Married at Forest Lawn in 
the Wee Kirk o'-the-Heather Church, Glendale, Calif., 
8-1-1942, Edward Post Baldwin, born at Cheney, Wash. , 
son of Robert Dodge and Edna L. (Post) Baldwin, 

Jean received the A,B, degree in music from West 
Virginia University, 1941. Mr, Baldwin received the B.S, 
degree in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia Uni- 
versity, 1940. Res. (1960) 17301 Rinaldi St. , Granada 
Hills, Calif. 

BORN 
Jean (McMillen) Baldwin 6- 5-1919 

Edward Post Baldwin 12-15-1918 



284 

CHILDREN: 

1783-Robert Edward Baldwin 12-12-1943 

1784-Elizabeth Ann Baldwin 4- 6-1947 

1785-Barbara Jean Baldwin 10-18-1950 



1369- CHRISTINE McMILLEN 
(999,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Niagara Falls, N.Y, Married, 12-26-1945, Wallen 
Lovet Bean, born in Moorefield, W.Va. , son of Orvon Ray 
and Essye (Reed) Bean. 

Christine received the A.B. degree in Art and Home 
Economics from West Virginia University, 1942. Elected 
to Phi Beta Kappa, 1942. Her hobby is Oil Painting and 
Water Color Painting. 

Mr. Bean received the A.B. degree from Western 
Maryland College, 1940; S.T.B. degree from Boston Uni- 
versity, 1947, and had three years at Boston University 
Graduate School, completing resident work for his Ph.D. 
degree. Res. (1960) South Orleans Rd. , Orleans, Mass. 

BORN 
Christine (McMillen) Bean 11-11-1920 

Wallen Lovet Bean 2-12-1922 

CHILDREN : 

1786-Charles Wallen Bean 5-20-1949 

1787-James Christopher Bean 1-27-1951 

1788-John Douglas Bean 9-15-1955 



1370-EDITH ANN McMILLEN 



(999,503,220,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 12-27-1947, William 
Harold Wilson, born in Fairmont, W.Va., son of Carl W. 
and Mary Pearl (Brown) Wilson. 

Mrs. Wilson received the B.S. degree in chemistry 
from West Virginia University, 1946. She won recognition 
in both her Freshman and her Sophomore year and was made 
a member of their honorary society. She taught chemistry 
in Waynesburg College, Waynesburg, Penna. , 1946-1947. 

Mr. Wilson attended West Virginia University for two 
years. He served in World War II with the United States 



285 



Air Force from June 1943 to Nov. 1, 1944. Res. (1960) 
724 Coleman Ave., Fairmont, W.Va. 



Edith Ann (McMillen) Wilson 
William Harold Wilson 

CHILDREN: 

1789-Nancy Lynn Wilson 
1790-Joyce Ann Wilson 
1791-Mary Patricia Wilson 



BORN 
4-19-1925 
1-11-1926 

3-31-1949 
8- 9-1951 
9-17-1960 



137 2- RICHARD DALE DUNN 
(1001,504,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Morgantown, W.Va, Married, 11-21-1959, Mary 
Ida Spacht, born in Morgantown, W.Va,, daughter of John 
0, and Ruth (Blaney) Spacht, 

BORN 
Richard Dale Dunn 7-22-1940 

Mary Ida (Spacht) Dunn 12-16-1941 



1402-DONA LUCANE ROSS 
(1016,514,225,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 8-15-1953, Ronald F. 



White, son of Chester White. 
St., Kingwood, W.Va. 

Dona Lucane (Ross) White 
Ronald F. White 

CHILDREN: 

1792-Lu Ann White 
1793-Jane Carole White 



Res. (1960) 115 Chestnut 

BORN 
11- 3-1933 
9- 6-1929 

3-19-1956 
2- 9-1958 



1403-DONALD WILLIAM ROSS 
(1016,514,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W,Va, Married, 4-25-1959, Linda Lou 
Matthews, daughter of Oliver and Helen (Truman) Matthews, 
Donald is a teacher in the Junior High School, Medina, 
Ohio. No children. Res. (1960) Jackson St. , Medina, 
Ohio. 



286 

BORN 
Donald William Ross 6-27-1936 

Linda Lou (Matthews) Ross 4- 6-1940 



1404-JOHN JOSEPH JACKSON 
(1017,516,225,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Kingwood, W.Va. Married, 6-13-1959, Mary Ellen 
Robinson, daughter of C. Job and Ellen (Pielle) Robinson. 
Res. (1960) R.F.D. , Huntsville, Ohio. 

BORN 
John Joseph Jackson 3-31-1933 

Mary Ellen (Robinson) Jackson 3- 4-1938 



TENTH GENERATION 



1461 -WILLIAM ALFRED UTT 
(1202,959,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. He first married, 8-^25-1928, 
Sarah Margaret Cox, daughter of Ellis and Mary Jane 
(Leyhew) Cox. His second marriage, 8-8-1942, was to Naomi 
Lucille Jackson, born in Morgantown, W.Va., daughter of 
Arthur Garfield and Mary (Summers) Jackson. Res. (1960) 
Route 5, Box 48, Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORI^ 
William Alfred Utt 9-13-1907 

Sarah Margaret (Cox) Utt 5- 9-1913 



CHILDREN : 

1794-William Alfred Utt, Jr. 
1795-Navonne Anice Utt 
1796-Ronald Earl Utt 



8- 2-1929 
5- 1-1932 
2- 6-1934 



SECOND MARRIAGE 
Naomi Lucille (Jackson) Utt 

CHILDREN : 

1797-Lawrence Alfred Utt 
1798-Carroll Edward Utt 



6-11-1915 

10- 4-1943 
4- 4-1947 



1462-QLIVE DOANE KELLEY 
(1205,939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married Russell Everes Martin, 
born at San Jose, Calif, , son of Thornton and Mary 
(Russell) Martin. No children. 

BORN 
Olive Doane (Kelley) Martin 7_18-1904 

Russell Everes Martin 2-21-1899 



(287) 



288 



1465-HOWARD GORDON KELLEY 
(1205,939,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married Mary Gerlene Knotts, 
born at Bayard, W.Va. 

BORN 
Howard Gordon Kelley 3-16-1909 
Mary Gerlene (Knotts) Kelley 8- 9 

CHILDREN 

1799-Howard Gordon Kelley, Jr. 8-28-1954 

1800-Melvin Russell Kelley 9- 6-1956 



1479-RUTH PROTZMAN 
( 1 217 , 941 , 483 , 206 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1 ) 



Born in Washington, D.C. Married Charles Richard 
Roelofs, born in Altoona, Penna. , son of Jesse H. and 
Lillian Rhea (Moser) Roelofs, 

Mrs. Roelofs graduated from Ben Avon High School, Pitts- 
burgh, Penna,, 1921. She attended one year at Oberlin 
College, Oberlin, Ohio, and one year at Pennsylvania 
College for Women, Pittsburgh, Penna. She was a student 
at Pittsburgh Musical Institute, 1917-1921. Res, (1960) 
513 N. Garfield, St., Arlington 1, Va. 



Ruth (Protzman) Roelofs 
Charles Richard Roelofs 

CHILDREN : 

1801-Charles Richard Roelofs, Jr. 
1802-David Spencer Roelofs 
1803-Thomas Harwood Roelofs 



BORN 
6-16-1902 
7-29-1901 

8-28-1931 
10- 5-1934 
10-10-1937 



1480-RACHEL PROTZMAN 
(1217,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Chester, Penna. Married, 6-16-1929, Charles 
Arthur Dann, Jr. born at Harriman, N.Y. , son of Rev. 
Charles Arthur and Elizabeth (Janes) Dann. 

Mrs. Dann graduated from Oberlin Conservatory, 
Oberlin, Ohio, 1928. She is a Probation Officer for the 
Nassau County Children's Court, dealing with Juvenile 
Delinquents and Neglected Children, and investigations 



289 

involving children for the Family Court. She has served 
the American Red Cross as Gray Lady for a number of 
years and a teacher in Sunday School, Mr, Dann was a 
Librarian, He is now retired. Res, (1960) 182 E. Argyle 
St,, Valley Stream, N.Y. 

BORN 
Rachel (Protzman) Dann 10- 1-1906 

Charles Arthur Dann, Jr. 9- 7-1904 

CHILDREN : 

1804-Mary Frances Dann 7-11-1930 

1805-Doris Comrie Dann 12-21-1932 

1806-Charles Arthur Dann III 9- 1-1939 

1484-EVELYN LOUISE KIMBLE 
(1219,941,483, 206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 4-20-1936, Harry 
Virgil Ashburn, born in Reedsville, W.Va, , son of 
Geoffrey Spray and Lora (Marlin) Ashburn. 

Evelyn attended school at West Virginia University 
for two years. She is a talented pianist. Mr. Ashburn 
received the Masters of Science degree and Ph.D. from 
West Virginia University and is a member of Phi Beta 
Kappa. Res. (1960) P.O.Box 101, North Road, Beacon, N.Y. 

BORN 
Evelyn Louise (Kimble) Ashburn 6-16-1914 

Harry Virgil Ashburn 11- 8-1909 

CHILDREN : 

1807-Barbara Ellen Ashburn 7- 8-1938 

1808- John Raymond Ashburn 8- 3-1940 

1809-William Richard Ashburn 5_17-1944 

1810-Nancy Louise Ashburn 3-27-1949 

1485-EDWIN LEE KIMBLE 
(1219,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Shinnston, W.Va. Married, 8-23-1941, Evelyn 
Eleanor Rader , born in Grantsville, W.Va., daughter of 
Ralph Curtis and Lona (Bayless) Rader. 

Mr, Kimble received the B.S. degree in Business 
Administration from West Virginia University, 1941. 



290 

Mrs. Kimble graduated from the Morgantown Business Col- 
lege in 1940. Res. (1960) 413 Elm St., Morgantown, W.Va. 

BORN 
Edwin Lee Kimble 5-22-1918 
Evelyn Eleanor (Rader) Kimble 10-30 

CHILDREN : 

1811-David Lee Kimble 1- 4-1948 

1812-David Rader Kimble 8-18-1949 

DECEASED: 

1811-David Lee Kimble 1- 6-1948 



1486-ANNA RUTH KIMBLE 



(1219,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Princeton, W.Va. Married, 9-27-1954, Arthur Long 
Jr., born in Ravenna, Ky. , son of Arthur Meade and Anna 
(Waddell) Long. 

Mrs. Kimble received the B.S. degree from West Vir- 
ginia University, 1941. Mr, Long received the B.A. degree 
from University of Nevada. No children. Res. (1960) 
210 Bartlett St., Reno, Nev. 

BORN 
Anna Ruth (Kimble) Long 2- 6-1920 

Arthur Long, Jr. 6-17-1925 



1487-HAROLD BRISON KIMBLE 
(1219,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Parsons, W.Va. Married, 5-3-1952, Barbara Anne 
Pritchett, born in Clay, Ky. , daughter of Harry Gilbert 
and Katherine Isabel (Omer) Pritchett. 

Harold served in the Korean War. He was attached to 
the 25th Infantry Division as First Lieutenant, and was 
awarded Combat Infantry Badge. He received the degree of 
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and B.S. degree in Veteri- 
nary Science from Oklahoma State University, 1959. Res. 
(1960) 709-4th Avenue, N.W. , Kasson, Minn. 

BORN 
Harold Brison Kimble 10-27-1930 

Barbara Anne (Pritchett) Kimble 11-19-1932 



291 

CHILDREN: 

1813-Douglas Lee Kimble 3_ 4-1955 

1814-Lawrence Alan Kimble 3-19-1958 



1489-RUTH ELIZABETH WEST 
(1221,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Middlebourne, W.Va. Married, 12-31-1951, C. Ray- 
Mills, Jr., son of Cornelius Robert and Ethel (Upchurch) 
Mills. 

She is a graduate of West Virginia University, 1935 
and also graduate of the School (Retailing) University of 
Pittsburgh, 1937. She is a skilled draftswoman in the 
employ of the United Fuel Gas Company, Charleston, W.Va. 
They are members of the Baptist Church, No children. Res, 
(1960) 612 Ragland, So. Charleston, W.Va. 

BORN 
Ruth Elizabeth (West) Mills 3- 2-1913 

C. Ray Mills, Jr. 11-21-1912 



1490-MARY JANE WEST 



(1221,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-5-1937, Otto R. 
Koch, Jr. , son of Otto R. and Mary (Margis) Koch. 

She received the B.S. degree from West Virginia 
University, 1935. She was a teacher in the Morgantown 
Junior High School , 1935-1937 and teacher at Charleston, 
W.Va. , 1939-1940. Member of the Baptist Church. No chil- 
dren. Res. (1960) 1009 Crane Drive, Falls Church, Va. 

BORN 
Mary Jane (West) Koch 12-24-1914 

Otto R. Koch, Jr. 10-10-1913 



1491-ANNA ELEANOR WEST 
(1221,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 5-2-1942, William 0. 
Parks, Jr., son of William 0. amd Pansy (Scott) Parks. 
Members of the First Methodist Church. Res. (1960) 
2025 West Roma, Phoenix, Ariz. 



292 



m 



Anna Eleanor (West) Parks 
William 0. Parks, Jr. 

CHILD: 

1815-William 0. Parks, 111 



BORN 
8- 8-1919 
1-29-1917 

2-22-1944 



1492-ELIZABETH ANNE WILSON 
(1222,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Olathe, Colo. Married, 9-13-1936, Charles Edwin 
Allen, son of Lloyd and Alice (Vest) Allen. 

She received the B.S. degree in Home Economics from 
Colorado A. &,M. , 1938. Member of the First Methodist 
Church. Res. (1960) Tulare, Colo. 

BORN 
Elizabeth Anne (Wilson) Allen 10-11-1916 

Charles Edwin Allen 9- 3-1914 



CHILDREN : 

1816-Judith Ann Allen 
1817-Luanna Allen 



3_15-1940 
4-20-1943 



1493-RALPH STURGISS WILSON 
( 1 222 , 944 , 483 , 206 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1 ) 

Born in Olathe, Colo. Married, 5-7-1945, Elizabeth C. 
Wyss, daughter of Walter and Maude (Condon) Wyss. 

Ralph received the B.S. degree in Mechanical Engi- 
neering from Colorado State University, 1941. He 
belonged to the Sigma Tau and Phi Kappa Phi Fraternities; 
Euclidean Club (Math.), Scabbard & Blade, and was an 
honor student. He was in World War II with the United 
States Army, attached to the 148 Field Arty., Battalion 
of the 32nd Rainbow Division with duties in Australia. In 
October 1942 he was assigned duties with the Fifth Air 
Force Service Command in Brisbane, and was in charge of 
operating radial aircraft engines. In April 1945 he was 
sent to Wright Field where he was engaged in problems of 
overland bases. He was given terminal leave as Captain 
in Oct. 1945, and discharged from service January 11, 

1946. Since January 1950, he has been Department Manager 
for the Sandia Corp., Albuquerque, N. M. engaged in the 



293 



development of nuclear weapons. Res, 
Dr., Albuquerque, N.M, 

Ralph Sturgiss Wilson 
Elizabeth C. (Wyss) Wilson 

CHILDREN : 

1818-Linda Marie Wilson 
1819-James Ralph Wilson 
1820-Kenneth Robert Wilson 



(1960) 1300 Richmond 

BORN 
6-14-1919 

2- 5-1921 

1-23-1947 
9- 9-1949 

3- 6-1951 



1494-ALFRED HOWARD STURGISS 
(1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-13-1929, 
Beckman, daughter of Frank and Nellie (Calver 
Members of the Methodist Church. Res. (1960) 
Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo 8, N.Y. 

Alfred Howard Sturgiss 
Hazel (Beckman) Sturgiss 

CHILDREN : 

1821-Donald William Sturgiss 
1822-John Howard Sturgiss 
1823-Betty Jane Sturgiss 
1824-Robert David Sturgiss 
1825-Martha Lee Sturgiss 
1826-Clyde Truman Sturgiss 

DECEASED: 

1825-Martha Lee Sturgiss 

Buried in East Oak Grove Cemetery, 
Morgantown, W.Va. 



Hazel 
t) Beckman. 
915 

BORN 
8- 3-1909 
2-11-1912 

3- 8-1930 

4- 8-1931 
2-24-1932 
1- 6-1933 

5- 4-1934 
9-24-1935 

DIED 
1-13-1937 



1495-EVELYN STURGISS 
(1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 10-2-1943, Gilbert 
Davis, son of Richard and Nellie (Ruley) Davis. 

Evelyn attended the elementary and high schools at 
Morgantown, W.Va., and graduated from the Weston Business 
College, Weston, W.Va. She is the Office Manager for 
North American Life & Casualty Co., San Diego, Calif. 



294 



They are members of Phelps Memorial Church. No children. 
Res. (1960) 4266 49th St., San Diego 15, Calif. 

BORN 
Evelyn (Sturgiss) Davis 8- 4-1913 
Gilbert Davis 



1496-DAVID ROBERT STURGISS 



F 



(1224,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 3-16-1940, Roberta 
Jean Armstrong, daughter of Dr. Robert A. and Myra Louise 
(Shank) Armstrong, 

Mr. Sturgiss graduated from Morgantown High School 
and completed one year at West Virginia University. He 
was in the newspaper business from 1934 to 1951, and is 
now (1960) Southwest Public Relations Manager, for the 
Ford Motor Co., Dallas, Texas. He was in the military 
service with the U. S. Navy from March 1944 to January 
1946. Res. (1960) 10545 Somerton Drive, Dallas 29, Texas. 

BORN 
David Robert Sturgiss 7- 7-1915 

Roberta Jean (Armstrong) Sturgiss 12- 9-1915 



CHILDREN : 

1827-David Robert Sturgiss, Jr. 
1828-Suzanne Jean Sturgiss 



5-20-1942 
8-23-1944 



149 7- W IL LIAM HOWARD WILSON 
( 1226 , ^ 4T, 483 , 206 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1) 



Born in Olathe, Colo. Married, 10-22-1944, Ruby Kansgen, 
daughter of Wilbur Weaver and Rechta (Wilson) Kansgen, 

Mr. Wilson received the B.S. degree in Horticulture 
from Colorado, A.& M. , 1951. He was in the military ser- 
vice from November 24, 1944 to June 15,1946 with U, S. 
Navy, and attached to the Medical Corps with classifi- 
cation Pharm. Mate 3rd class. He is self-employed as a 
dealer in fertilizers, insecticides and other agricultur- 
al supplies. Member of the Baptist Church. Res. (1960) 
Delano, Calif. 

BORN 
William Howard Wilson 8-13-1924 
Ruby (Kansgen) Wilson 



295 

1502-MARY KATHERINE LOWREY 
(1229,946,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Grenada, Miss. Married, 2-17-1951, Warren Cameron 
Dennis, Jr., born in Clarksdale, Miss., son of Warren 
Cameron and Mattie Lee (Attneave) Dennis. 

Mrs. Dennis received the B.A. degree from Blue Moun- 
tain College, 1950. She is listed in "Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges." Mr. Dennis received the 
B.A, degree from Mississippi Southern College, 1952, and 
his M.A. degree from University of Mississippi, 1954. 
Res. (1960) Marion, Ala. 

BORN 
Mary Katherine (Lowrey) Dennis 10-12-1929 

Warren Cameron Dennis, Jr. 9-19-1927 

CHILDREN : 

1829-Anna Kathryn Dennis 4-13-1953 

1830-Warren Cameron Dennis III 10-14-1957 

1831-Edwin Lowrey Dennis 3- 3-1960 



1506-RALPH T. JACKSON 
(1236,958,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Hundred, W.Va, Married, 4-28-1943, Dorothy 
Deloris Ramsey, born in Silver Hill, W.Va,, daughter of 
Elmer H. and Ethel Leona (Kuhens) Ramsey. 

Ralph graduated from Hundred High School, and since 
then he has taken a special course in Aircraft electri- 
city at Embry-Riddle school of Aviation, Miami, Fla. , and 
completed a specialized course in Industrial Instrumen- 
tation at Leeds and Northrop Instrument Co. , at Phila- 
delphia, Penna. He served in World War II with the Ameri- 
can Air Force, with 307th Service Group and the 412th 
Fighter Group. He received the American Theater Ribbon; 
Good conduct and World War II Victory medals. Res. (1960) 
705 North 7th Ave., Paden City, W.Va. 

BORN 
Ralph T. Jackson 4-15-1921 

Dorothy Deloris (Ramsey) Jackson 8- 4-1924 

CHILDREN : 

1832-Elden Wayne Jackson 6-26-1945 

1833-Stanley Dean Jackson 3-31-1947 



296 

1507-FLOYD STANLEY JACKSON 
(1236,958,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Littleton, W.Va. Married, 4-15-1949, Arlene Ann 
Rose, born in Plymouth, Mass. , daughter of Frank and 
Lydia (Scagliarini) Rose. He is a graduate of Fairmont 
High School, and played on the high school basket-ball 
team. He is a licensed Amateur Radio Operator. He is 
employed by the Continental Oil Co. 

He was in the military service from 12-31-1943, to 
4-25-1946, with Hq. Squadron, 1st. Marine Air Wing, in the 
Asiatic Theatre of war. He was a qualified Rifle Marks- 
man, and held the rank of Corporal in Communication. Res. 
(1960) Route 8, Box 119, Pasadena, Md. 

BORN 
Floyd Stanley Jackson 10-31-1925 

Arlene Ann (Rose) Jackson 1-31-1928 

CHILDREN: 

1834-Dale Marie Jackson 7-28-1951 

1835-Stacy Lee Jackson 10-21-1954 

1836-Mary Ann Jackson 2-11-1959 



1508-CLARISSA JEAN BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Spencer, W.Va. Married, 12-25-1929, John Lester 
Wilcox, born in McCracken, Kan. , son of Clarence Benja- 
min and Edna May (Vardy) Wilcox. Res. (1960) 104 West 
Olive St., Roswell, N.M. 

BORN 
Clarissa Jean (Brewer) Wilcox 1-31-1911 

John Lester Wilcox 2-25-1906 

CHILD: 

1837-Warren Bryce Wilcox 3-23-1948 



1509-HARRY JOHN BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Spencer, W.Va. Married, 8-25-1930, Freeda Moselle 
Elliott, born in Douglas, Kan., daughter of Fred Jeffer- 
son and Ollie Luella (Briggs) Elliott. Res. (1960) 1501 
East 5th St., Winfield, Kan. 



297 

BORN 
Harry John Brewer 12-31-1912 

Freeda Moselle (Elliott) Brewer 12-29-1911 

CHILDREN : 

1838-Harry John Brewer, Jr. 1_ 4-1935 

1839-Nante Brewer 12- 4-1939 



1510-GEORGE LEE BREWER 



( 1237 , 959 , 492 , 210 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1 ) 

Born in Calhoun Co., W.Va. Married, 7-21-1933, Lucille 
Aleda Lowe, born in Kansas City, Mo., daughter of John 
and Goldya R, (Glynn) Lowe. 

George served in World War II, with the United States 
Army. He entered the service June 8,1945, and was 
attached to 4th Regular, ARTC at Fort Knox. His classifi- 
cation was, Grade T 4, Information Educational Spec. He 
was awarded the Victory medal and American Theatre Ribbon, 
He received an honorable discharge July 16,1946, Res. 
(1960) 915 Crescent Dr., Independence, Kan. 

BORN 
George Lee Brewer 7-21-1915 

Lucille Aleda (Lowe) Brewer 8-20-1915 

CHILDREN: 

1840-Donna Lucille Brewer 3-21-1939 

1841-Candace Lee Brewer 9-29-1946 



1511-DOROTHY ELIZABETH BREWER 



(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Spencer, W.Va. Married, 3-19-1944, Roy Wilson 
Lawrence, born in Madison Co., Miss. Res. (1960) 449 
Hanging Moss Circle, Jackson, Miss. 

BORN 
Dorothy Elizabeth (Brewer) Lawrence 7-24-1917 

Roy Wilson Lawrence 6-11-1916 

CHILDREN : 

1842-Roy Wilson Lawrence, Jr. 10-14-1945 

1843-Delaine Kay Lawrence 4- 8-1949 



298 

1512-DONA KATHARYN BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born at Mineral Wells, Texas. Married, 12-27-1945, Ralph 
Peak Chandler, born in Kansas City, Mo., son of Otto 
Virgil and Viletta (Coultas) Chandler. No children. Res. 
(1960) 740 South Edgemoor, Wichita 18, Kan. 

BORN 
Dona Katharyn (Brewer) Chandler 10- 3-1919 

Ralph Peak Chandler 7- 5-1915 

151 3- ARTHUR GORDON BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 4-18-1942, Virginia R. 
Branson, born in Winfield, Kan. 

Arthur served in World War II, with the United States 
Air Force. He entered the service July 1,1942 and given 
and honorable discharge September 27,1945. After receiv- 
ing his basic training he was sent to England for opera- 
tions at the Wendling Air Base, with the 8th Air Force 
Bomber Base. He was there tv;o years and awarded six 
battle ribbons, unit citations etc. Res. (1960) Crest- 
wood, Arkansas City, Kan, 

BORN 
Arthur Gordon Brewer 9-10-1921 

Virginia R. (Branson) Brewer 9-26-1922 

CHILD: 

1844-Cynthia Brewer 11- 2-1946 



1514-MADALYN KRISTINA BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 6-9-1946, Horace Leman 
McQuiston, born in Okmulgee, Okla. , son of Horace Lowry 
and Ethel Lorene (McCalmont) McQuiston. Res. (1960) 
3346 South Handley, Wichita 13, Kan. 

BORN 
Madalyn Kristina (Brewer) McQuiston 9-24-1923 

Horace Leman McQuiston 7- 2-1925 



tf 



299 



CHILDREN : 

1845-Harvey Lann McQuiston 
1846-Garrett Lowry McQuiston 



2-13-1950 
8- 7-1954 



1515-RQSALEE BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 1-6-1944, Eugene Henry 
Hoopes, born in Anthony, Kan., son of Henry Herbert and 
Dolly Faye (Prouse) Hoopes. Res. (1960) 1134 West 29th 
Street-South, Wichita 13, Kan. 

BORN 

10- 5-1925 

10-20-1923 

5- 8-1947 

9-19-1951 

12-12-1953 

12-12-1953 



Rosalee (Brewer) Hoopes 
Eugene Henry Hoopes 

CHILDREN : 

1847-Katrina Kaye Hoopes 
1848-Connie Jo Hoopes 
1849-Eugene Henry Hoopes, Jr. 
1850-Arthur Herbert Hoopes 



1516-LEWIS EUGENE BREWER 
(1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 9-29-1958, Ruth Lorraine 
Carpenter, born in Barnsdall, Okla. , daughter of William 
R, and Eula (Hand) Carpenter. No children, 

Lewis served in World War II with the United States 
Army, He was attached to the the Medical Corps and was 
classified as Dental Technician. He entered the service, 
1-26-1951, and was discharged, 1-26-1953, after serving 
for two years in United States and Korea, Res. (1960) 
8233 East 37th St., Tulsa 5, Okla. 



Lewis Eugene Brewer 

Ruth Lorraine (Carpenter) Brewer 



BORN 
3- 8-1929 
3-26-1927 



1517-HATTIE MARIE BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 5-31-1936, Kenneth 
Verl Toothman, born in Metz, W.Va. No children. 



300 



Res. (1960) Metz, W.Va. 

Hattie Marie (Brewer) Toothman 
Kenneth Verl Toothman 



BORN 
9-22-1910 
3-12-1913 



1518-HARVEY LEE BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 5-29-1936, Ruth Carlyn 
Zimmerman, born in Mannington, W.Va. 

Harvey served in World War II, having entered the 
service 10-21-1942. He was sent to Europe with the 9th 
Air Force and attached to the 311th Station Complement 
Squadron of the 394th Bomber Group. He participated in 
four major campaigns. Medals and awards: Good Conduct 
Medal; American Theatre Ribbon; European, African, and 
Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbons and World War II Victory 
Ribbon. He received an honorable discharge on December 
14,1945. Res. (1960) Mannington, W.Va. 

BORN 
Harvey Lee Brewer 6-22-1912 

Ruth Carlyn (Zimmerman) Brewer 5-18-1912 

CHILD: 

1851-Gordon Lewis Brewer 9- 6-1946 



1519-DAVID PAUL BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 5-20-1946, Neva Rae 
Anderson, born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of Thomas 
L. and Edna Opal (Copenhaver) Anderson. 

He graduated from Smithfield High School in 1933. 
He worked in the oil fields of Wetzel County from 1933 to 
1940, when he went to Kansas where he was engaged in 
drilling operations for about one year. Since May 1952 he 
has been in the employ of the Timken Roller Bearing Co. , 
Canton, Ohio. 

He served in World War II with the United States 
Army, attached to Company L-137th Infantry of the 35th 
Division, He was engaged in the landing of Normandy, 
France, and participated in engagements in Rhineland and 
Central Europe. He was wounded in the Battle of Saint Lo, 



301 

France. He received the following medals and awards: 
Good Conduct; American Defense; American Theatre of War; 
Middle East Theatre of War and World War II Victory 
Medal. He was given an honorable discharge, 11-25-1945. 
Res. (1960) 4817-15th Street, S.W. Canton 10, Ohio. 

BORN 
David Paul Brewer 3-18-1915 

Neva Rae (Anderson) Brewer 4-15-1927 

CHILD: 

1852-Terry Paul Brewer 6-18-1951 



1520-MARY LORENA BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W, Va. Married, 5-11-1936, Charles 
Lasure, born in Folsom, W. Va. Res. (1960) Folsom, W. 
Va. 

BORN 
Mary Lorena (Brewer) Lasure 4- 9-1917 

Charles Lasure 5-25-1902 

CHILDREN: 

1853-Dorothy Leeanna Lasure 12-15-1937 

1854-David Charles Lasure 12-29-1949 



1521-CLIFFORD DALE BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 8-8-1950, Freedia 
May Puia, born in Fairmont, W. Va. , daughter of Domenick 
and Rose (Pellegrin) Puia. 

He was in World War II with the U.S. Army, Company 
C-147th Infantry. He was in the South Pacific Theatre 
of war and received the following medals and awards: 
Asiatic Pacific Theatre of war with two bronze stars; 
American Defense Service Medal ; Good conduct Medal and 
Combat Infantry Badge. Res. (1960) 109 Shirlane Ave., 
Fairmont, W. Va, 

BORN 
Clifford Dale Brewer 4-21-1919 

Freedia May (Puia) Brewer 2-17-1930 



302 

CHILD: 

1855-Jeffery Mark Brewer 2-12-1953 



1522-NORMA COLLEEN BREWER 
(1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W, Va. Married, 1948, James Rex Kee, 

born in Spencer W. Va, Res. (1960) 102-7th Avenue, Paden 

City, W. Va. 

BORN 

Norma Colleen (Brewer) Kee 12- 6-1929 

James Rex Kee 11- 4-1925 

CHILDREN: 

1856-Carlyn Colleen Kee 1-20-1949 

1857-Cathy Elane Kee 3-27-1952 

1858-Keven Rex Kee 10-24-1954 



1523-LEOTA WILT 
(123 9,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Weston, W. Va. Married, 1932, Lawrence Sandy, 
born in Orlando, W, Va. Res. (1960) 112 Beechwood Dr., 
Wintersville, Ohio. 

BORN 
Leota (Wilt) Sandy 11-29-1912 

Lawrence Sandy 3-15-1912 

CHILD: 

1859-Naomi Burdett Sandy 4-10-1933 



1524-RUBY VEIMA WILT 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Orlando, W. Va. Married, 12-6-1938, Aubrey Flint, 
born in Weston, W. Va. Res, (1960) Roanoke, W. Va. 

BORN 
Ruby Velma (Wilt) Flint 7-18-1914 

Aubrey Flint 6- 9-1915 

CHILD: 

1860-Robert Wayne Flint 11-19-1944 



303 



1525-HADA ALMETA WILT 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 1932, William F, 
Pumphrey, born in Orlando, W.Va. Res, (1960) 615 
North River Avenue, Weston, W.Va, 



Hada Almeta (Wilt) Pumphrey 
William F. Pumphrey 

CHILDREN : 

1861-Ruby Elizabeth Pumphrey 
1862-Lora Joan Pumphrey 
1863-William Edward Pumphrey 
1864-Evelyn Almeta Pumphrey 
1865-Robert Lee Pumphrey 
18 66- Judy Kay Pumphrey 
1867-Laura Jane Pumphrey 



1- 
10- 

3- 

7- 
9- 
3- 
7- 
7- 
5- 



BORN 
■27-1917 
• 3-1908 

•20-1933 
■31-1934 
■16-1935 
•23-1942 
■ 7-1944 
■21-1948 
•28-1950 



1526-ALVIRA ELIZABETH WILT 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 8-31-1936, Claude 
Waugh, born in Orlando, W.Va. Res. (1960) 220 Brooke 
St. , Weston, W.Va. 

BORN 
Alvira Elizabeth (Wilt) Waugh 12-27-1918 

Claude Waugh 12-22-1909 

CHILDREN: 

1868-Paul Edward Waugh 7-19-1938 

1869-Phillip Lee Waugh 8-29-1949 



1527-NAOMI PAULINE WILT 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 7-25-1941, Dana 
Ramsey, born in Weston, W.Va, Res, (1960) R.F.D. 3, 
Weston, W.Va, 

BORN 

Naomi Pauline (Wilt) Ramsey 12-22-1920 

Dana Ramsey 8-19-1919 



304 



CHILDREN: 

1870-Danny Lee Ramsey 
1871-Paula Ann Ramsey 
1872-Rodney Lyle Ramsey 



8-18-1942 
8- 6-1948 
3-19-1950 



1528-CLAUD WILT, JR. 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W. Va. Married, 6-17-1945, Carrie James, 

Res. (1960) 328 E. Main St., West 

BORN 
6-20-1923 
2-10-1925 



born in Weston, W. Va. 
Union, W. Va. 

Claud Wilt, Jr. 
Carrie (James) Wilt 



CHILDREN: 

1873-Stephen Linn Wilt 
1874-David Michael Wilt 
1875-Deborah Louise Wilt 
1876-Catherine J. Wilt 



4- 1-1948 

5-29-1951 

12-30-1953 

9-20-1957 



1529-EMERY THCMAS WILT 
(123 9,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W. Va. Married, 2-26-1944, Irene Heath, 
born in Orlando, W. Va. Res. (1960) 43 Marion St., Buck- 
hannon, W. Va. 

BORN 
Emery Thomas Wilt 5- 6-1925 

Irene (Heath) Wilt 11-23-1924 



CHILDREN: 

1877-Sharon Lynne Wilt 
1878-Sandra Jean Wilt 



11-29-1946 
3-23-1949 



1530-OPIE LEE WILT 
(1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W. Va. Married, 3-11-1955, Betty Lou 
Turner, born in Roanoke, W. Va. Res. (1960) Camden, 
W. Va. 



305 

BORN 
Opie Lee Wilt 2-10-1927 

Betty Lou (Turner) Wilt 1-17-1935 

CHILD: 

1879-Pamela Lois Wilt 1- 7-1960 



1531-HERBERT EDWARD WILT 
(123 9,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W, Va. Married, 11-12-1949, Dorthea 
Beall, born in Orlando, W. Va. Res, (1960) Belington, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Herbert Edward Wilt 10-14-1928 

Dorthea (Beall) Wilt 1-26-1930 

CHILDREN: 

1880-Dianna Wilt 6- 1-1951 

1881-Edward Wilt, Jr. 3-17-1954 

1882-Joy Wilt 5-16-1958 



1533-BERNICE ELAINE BREWER 
(1240,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. She first married, 8-20-1934, 
Raymond Adams, born in Fairfax, Okla, Her second marriage 
4-21-1940, to Glenn Guy Markley, born in Atlanta, Kan., 
son of Albert and Ellen Nora (Cullison) Markley. Res. 
(1960) Route 1, Irwin, Mo. 

FIRST MARRIAGE BORN 

Bernice Elaine (Brewer) (Adams) Markley 6-27-1919 

Raymond Adams 11-26-1913 

CHILDREN: 

1883-Raymond Lynn Adams 5-22-1936 

1884-James Gordon Adams 2- 1-1938 

SECOND MARRIAGE 
Glenn Guy Markley 3- 1-1908 

CHILDREN: 

1885-Albert Guy Markley 3- 1-1942 

1886-Hubert Glenn Markley 2-28-1958 



306 

1534-BEULAH LEAH BREWER 
(1240,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Atlanta, Kan. Married, 1-4-1947, Lloyd W. Cales, 
born in Burden, Kan. , son of Elmer James and Mae French 
(Anders) Cales. Res. (1960) 433 McCabe St., Winfield, 
Kan. 

BORN 
Beulah Leah (Brewer) Cales 12-13-1923 

Lloyd W. Cales 3- 9-1917 

CHILDREN: 

1887-Phillip Lloyd Cales 11-16-1947 

1888-Gregory Lee Cales 10-23-1952 



1535-ARLENE LOUISE BREWER 
(1241,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 6-21-1942, Curtis 
Allen Cozart, son of George Curtis and Samantha Elvira 
(Shreves) Cozart. Res. (1960) Route 1, 1638 May Road, 
Suffield, Ohio. 

BORN 
Arlene Louise (Brewer) Cozart 6-17-1917 

Curtis Allen Cozart 5-18-1915 

CHILDREN: 

1889-Stephen Neil Cozart ' 8- 8-1947 

1890-Emily Jane Cozart 8- 4-1950 

1891-Wichele Elaine Cozart 12-23-1954 



153 6-MARJORIE EMORY BREWER 
(1242,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Lincoln County, Missouri. Married, 6-16-1936, 
to Arzy Leroy Rexroad, born in Wick, W.Va. , son of 
Charles W. and Ida Dell (Musser) Rexroad. Res. (1960) 
Box 125, Hastings, W. Va. 

BORN 
Marjorie Emory (Brewer) Rexroad 10-27-1918 

Arza Leroy Rexroad 8-31-1914 



CHILDREN: 

1892- Joyce Eileen Rexroad 
1893-RLchard Dwight Rexroad 
1894-WLlliam Edward Rexroad 
1895-Frances Kay Rexroad 
1896-Gary Edwin Rexroad 



307 



11-17-1937 
3-28-1939 
2-20-1940 
3-20-1942 
2- 7-1945 



DECEASED: DIED 

1894-Williain Edward Rexroad 8- 6-1941 

Buried in the Barker Cemetery, Smithfield, W. Va. 



1538-LILLIAN IRENE BOGARD 
(1243,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 
J. Miller, born in Ellis, Kan. Res 
Baxter Springs, Kan. 

Lillian Irene (Bogard) Miller 
Anthony J. Miller 

CHILDREN: 

1897-Linda Ellen Miller 
1898-Laverne Harry Miller 
1899^yiargaret Josephine Miller 
1900-Catherine Irene Miller 
1901-Anthony Joseph Miller, Jr, 
1902-Mary Ann Miller 



11-27-1947, Anthony 
(1960) R.F.D. 3, 

BORN 
8-29-1918 
6-20-1913 

8- 9-1948 
6-30-1949 
8-17-1951 
1- 5-1953 
5- 5-1956 
1-26-1959 



153 9-MARY ALICE BOGARD 
(1243,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Texas. She first married, 2-14-1942, Donald 
Allen, born in Ralston, Okla. Second marriage, 

11-23-1958, Levi Reason, born in Sapulpa, Okla. Res. 
(1960) 119 East Dewey, Sapulpa, Okla. 

BORN 

11-20-1919 

11-15-1920 

11-23-1919 



Mary Alice (Bogard) (Allen) Reason 
Donald Allen 
Levi Reason 

CHILD: 

1903 Donald Lenard Allen 



2-11-1943 



308 

1540-WILLIS ROBERT BOGARD 
(1243,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 12-18-1948, Correne 
June (Cook) Sutherland, born in Columbus, Kan. No child- 
dren. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 58, Satanta, Kan, 

BORN 
Willis Robert Bogard 2-13-1922 

Correne June (Cook) (Sutherland) Bogard 1- 4-1918 

1543 -FREDA LOUISE BOGARD 
(1243,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Perry, Okla. Married, 12-25-1949, Howard Henry 
Butler, born in Sand Springs, Okla. Res. (1960) 2001 
2001 South Poplar St., Sapulpa, Okla. 

BORN 
Freda Louise (Bogard) Butler 7-31-1930 

Howard Henry Butler 1-15-1927 

CHILDREN: 

1904-Wesley Boyd Butler 9-27-1950 

1905-Leslie Paul Butler 8-11-1955 



1544-FLORENCE ELENE BOGARD 
(1243,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Perry, Okla. Married, 1951, Albert Lee Byard, 
born in Shamrock, Okla. 

BORN 

Florence Elene (Bogard) Byard 11-25-1933 

Albert Lee Byard 9-11-1923 
CHILDREN: 

1906-Steven Lee Byard 4-30-1952 

1907-John Randall Byard 12- 5-1953 

1908-Frances Carolyn Byard 5-29-1956 



309 



1546-MYURLDEAN INEZ BYARD 
(1244,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Drumright, Okla. Married, 12-23-1936, Earl L. 



Whiteside, born in Cherry Valley, Okla. 
R.F.D. 3, Norris City, 111. 

Myurldean Inez (Byard) Whiteside 
Earl L. Whiteside 

CHIIDREN: 

1909-^arvin Wayne Whiteside 

1910-Stephen Earl Whitside 

1911-Mary Frances Whiteside 



Res. (1960) 



BORN 
4-24-1918 
2-12-1914 

10-13-1939 
12-13-1941 
10-22-1943 



1 54 7-DELORA MILDRED BREWER 
(1245,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 7-20-1950, Edmund 
Lloyd Jones, born in Slatington, Penna. , son of John 
Henry and Mary (Easterday) Jones. Res. (1960) Route 1 
Bridgeport, Ohio. 



Delora Mildred (Brewer) Jones 
Edmund Lloyd Jones 

CHILD: 

1912-Lloydean B. Jones 



BORN 
9-19-1923 
2-24-1894 

6-10-1951 



1548-LOUISE KATHRYN BREWER 
(1245,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Alvy, W. Va. Married, 7-26-1951, Michele 
Mustachio, born in Clarksburg, W, Va. , son of Nickolas 
and Jenney (Rotunda) Mustachio. Res. (1960) 501 Elk 
Ave., Nutter Fort, W. Va. 

BORN 
Louise Kathryn (Brewer) Mustachio 3- 3-1926 

Michele Mustachio 9-30-1921 

CHILD: 

1913-Charles Nickolas Mustachio 10-27-1953 



310 

1549-CHARLES WILSON BREWER 
(1245,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 8-28-1948, Janet Joan 
Bonnell, born in Salem, W.Va., daughter of Malanee L. and 
Gertrude May (Hughes) Bonnell. Res, (1960) 966 River Ave. 
Clarksburg, W.Va. 

BORN 
Charles Wilson Brewer 12-23-1928 

Janet Joan (Bonnell) Brewer 12-29-1932 

CHILD: 

1914-Charles Thomas Brewer 5- 4-1950 



1550-CARL DE/MOR BREWER 
(1245,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 1-31-1959, Joyce 
Lynne Edgell, born in Smithfield, W.Va., daughter of 
Percy and Ernestine DeEtta (Price) Edgell. 

Carl was employed in 1957 by the American Telephone 
and Telegraph Co. , as Communication-technician, and was 
given a leave of absence, 1-5-1960, for a two-year term 
of duty in the U.S. Army. Res. (1960) 615^ East Main 
St. , Clarksburg, W. Va. 

BORN 
Carl Deamor Brewer 8-12-1936 

Joyce Lynne (Edgell) Brewer 4-30-1938 



1551-ROBERT EUGENE BREWER 
(1246,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Stamford, Texas. Married, 10-15-1949, Imogene 
Erma Pace, born in Breckenridge, Texas, daughter of R. 
E. Pace. Res. (1960) R.F.D. 1, Burbank, Okla. 

BORN 
Robert Eugene Brewer 3- 9-1929 

Imogene Erma (Pace) Brewer 7-28-1933 

CHILDREN: 

1915-Billy Edward Brewer 4-26-1951 

1916-Deborah Lynn Brewer 12- 3-1952 



311 



1917-Vicky Jean Brewer 
1918-Cheryl Ann Brewer 



10-30-1954 
9-20-1957 



1552-LENA FAYE BREWER 
(1246,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Moran, Texas. Married, 7-21-1948, Roy Delton 
Stewart, born in Nacona, Texas, son of J. R. Stewart, of 

Nacona, Texas. Res. (1960) 1000 Schneider St, , Pampa, 
Texas. 

BORN 
Lena Faye (Brewer) Stewart 1-21-1931 

Roy Delton Stewart 6- 5-1925 

CHILD: 

1919-Juanita Kay Stewart 12-12-1949 



1553-DOROTHY MAE BREWER 
(1246,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Gorman, Texas. Married, 11-23-1957, Freddie 
Ross Smith, born in Hominy, Okla. , son of C. D. Smith, 
of Ponca City, Okla. Res. (1960) 615 Washington Ave., 

Good land, Kan. 

BORN 

Dorothy Mae (Brewer) Smith 12- 6-1940 

Freddie Ross Smith 3-25-1938 

CHILD: 

1920-Marsha Ann Smith 11- 2-1958 



1554-DENVER LEE BREWER 
(1248,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 4-30-1947, Margaret 
Cotcamp, born in Charleston, W.Va., daughter of Edward H, 
and Dora E. (Ritz) Cotcamp. 

Mr. Brewer served in World War II, having entered 
the service, 1-11-1945, of the United States Navy. He 
was on USS Guam with service in the South Pacific Theatre. 
Citations and awards: American Theatre, Asiatic Theatre, 
Philippines Liberation and World War II Victory Ribbons. 



312 



He received an honorable discharge 7-24-1946, 
(1960) Dunbar, W. Va. 

Denver Lee Brewer 
Margaret (Cotcamp) Brewer 

CHILDREN : 

1921-Ronald Eugene Brewer 
1922-Jacqueline Christine Brewer 



Res. 

BORN 
4-27-1927 
7-16-1926 

11-21-1949 
10 1952 



1555-ALFRED WARREN BREWER 
(1248,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married 2-15-1951, Tsuneko 
Judy Yamshita, daughter of Syozabre and Dia (Nichishima) 
Yamshita, of Miyanoura, Japan, 

Mr. Brewer has been in military service with the 
United States Army since May 17, 1948. Res. (1960) 5223 
Wolfe Dr. Apt. 1, Pittsburgh 36, Penna. 

BORN 
Alfred Warren Brewer 11-14-1929 

Tsuneko Judy (Yamshita) Brewer 6- 9-1929 

CHILDREN: 

1923-Gary Eugene Brewer 7- 1-1953 

1924- James Bruce Brewer 4- 8-1955 



1556-GARNET LUCILLE BREWER 
(1248,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married 6-15-1951, Cecil Ray 
Shaffer, born in Jacksonburg, W.Va. , son of Edward and 
Rosa (Fluharty) Shaffer. Res. (1960) Smithfield, W.Va. 

BORN 
Garnet Lucille (Brewer) Shaffer 11-20-1931 

Cecil Ray Shaffer 1-25-1924 

CHILD: 

1925-Terrell Ray Shaffer 7-27-1957 



313 

1557-DORIS PAULINE BREWER 
(1248,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 12-20-1952, Roy Lee 
Williams, born in Smithfield, W.Va., son of Hershal and 
Anna (Kent) Williams, Res. (I960) Box 34, North Madison, 
Ohio. 

BORN 
Doris Pauline (Brewer) Williams 4-22-1934 

Roy Lee Williams 9- 6-1931 

CHILD: 

1926-Paula Sue Williams 4-12-1958 



1560-WANDA LERLENE BREWER 
(1250,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Moran, Texas. Married, 6-10-1954, Glen Charles 

Catchings, born in Sylacauga, Ala., son of Olen Calvin 

and Nealie Dee (Thornton) Catchings. Res. (1960) 406 
South McGee St., Apt, A, Borger, Texas. 

BORN 
Wanda Lerlene (Brewer) Catchings) 10-24-1935 

Glen Charles Catchings 8-28-1931 

CHILDREN: 

1927-Teresa Diane Catchings 4- 3-1955 

1928-Charles Dwyane Catchings 7- 3-1958 



1563-REGENIA MAE POWELL 
(1251,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va, Married, 10-30-1958, Sidney 
James Hatfield, born near Mannington, W.Va, No children, 

BORN 
Regenia Mae (Powell) Hatfield 3-31-1939 

Sidney James Hatfield 3- 1-1936 



314 

1567-SUROBA JEAN KENDALL 
(1253,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Mannington, W.Va. Married, 1957, John W. West, 
born near Mannington, W. Va. Res. (1960) 508 Pierpont 
Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 

BORN 

Suroba Jean (Kendall) West 12- 8-1935 

John W. West 1-10-1934 

CHILDREN: 

1929-Brenda Darlene West 1-29-1958 

1930-Glenda Mae West 12-14-1958 



1569-HERBERT RALPH MEYER 
(1254,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W.Va, Married, 11-24-1932, Sarah 
Jeannette Fisher, born in Hundred, W. Va. , daughter of 
George Shuman and Nancy Olive (Snodgrass) Fisher. Res, 
(1960) 115 Keswick Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

BORN 
Herbert Ralph Meyer 10-20-1905 

Sarah Jeannette (Fisher) Meyer 8- 9-1909 

CHILDREN: 

1931-Kenneth Wayne Meyer 10-13-1935 

1932-Florence Elaine Meyer 10-15-1940 



15 70-ODGAR PAUL MEYER 
(1254,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W.Va. Married, 10-19-1931, Lillian 
Arlene Gump, born in Wana, W. Va. , daughter of William 
Shelby and Corrine Cassandra (Six) Gump, of Jollytown, 
Penna. Res. (1960) 1025 E. Main Street, Mannington, 
W. Va. 

BORN 
Odgar Paul Meyer 3-15-1908 

Lillian Arlene (Gump) Meyer 10- 6-1907 

CHILD: 

1933-Ronald Lloyd Meyer 4-15-1935 



315 

1573-DORIS MAE CROSS 
(1255,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Pittsburgh, Penna, Married, 6-30-1943, Captain 
William Henry Pellett, born in Boonton, N. J. , and was 
reared near Franklin, N.J., where his parents, Jackson S. 
and Deborah (Rowand) Pellett, are still living. 

Doris received the elementary and high school ed- 
ucation in Pittsburgh, Penna, She graduated from the 
National Park College, Forest Glen, Md., in 1942. She 
also attended the Katherine Gibbs School in New York 
City, pursuing a course in Secretarial work. 

Captain Pellett graduated from the United States 
Naval Academy class of 1942. Following his graduation 
he entered the service of the United States Navy in 
World War II, and was assigned to the Gunnery Department 
on the cruiser USS Cincinnati. In 1943 he was trans- 
ferred to the USS Cabot, and participated in the Marshall 
Islands invasion, and made the first carrier raids on 
Truk and Pelilieu. In 1944 he went to the cruiser USS 
Honolulu in the Gunnery Department, and was engaged in 
the invasion of Leyte Gulf, Captain Pellett holds the 
following medals and awards; Presidential Unit Cita- 
tion; Navy Unit Citation; American Defense; European 
Defense; Asiatic-Pacific Theatre of war with four 
stars; Philippine Liberation and World War II Victory 

medals. 

BORN 

Doris Mae (Cross) Pellett 1-20-1922 

William Henry Pellett 5- 5-1918 
CHILDREN : 

1934-William Robert Pellett 6-10-1946 

1935-Richard Morgan Pellett 8-19-1948 

1936-Douglas Allan Pellett 8- 9-1951 

1937-Roger Lee Pellett 4-10-1955 



1574-RAYMQND WALTER CROSS 
(1256,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W.Va. Married, 1951, Hannah Ruth 
Johnson, born in Treveskyn, Penna. Res. (1960) P.O. 
Box 277, Lawrence, Penna. 



316 

BORN 

Raymond Walter Cross 6- 1-1921 

Hannah Ruth (Johnson) Cross 12-24-1925 

CHILDREN: 

1938-Raymond Walter Cross, Jr. 9-19-1951 

1939-Keith Edward Cross 5- 9-1953 

1940-Nancy Alice Cross 11-17-1958 



1575-BETTY LOU CROSS 
(1256,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield W. Va. Married, 4-21-1946, Paul 
Burton Fluharty, born in Pine Grove, W, Va. , son of 
George W. and Pearl Bessie (Garrison) Fluharty. Res. 
(1960) P.O. Box 128, West Farmington, Ohio. 

BORN 
Betty Lou (Cross) Fluharty 4-29-1926 

Paul Burton Fluharty 2-19-1920 

CHILDREN: 

1941-John George Fluharty 9-17-1947 

1942-Sheila Frances Fluharty 10- 8-1948 

1576-WALEAH NEOMA CROSS 
(1257,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W. Va. Married, 5-20-1939, Charles 
Edward Cunningham, born in Littleton, W. Va. , son of 
Albert and Sally (McDiffit) Cunningham. Res. (1960) 
Hundred, W. Va. 

BORN 
Waleah Neoma (Cross) Cunningham 11- 9-1920 

Charles Edward Cunningham 8-19-1910 

CHILD: 

1943-Sherry Aaron Cunningham 6- 5-1940 



1577-SEAROBA DOLERENE CROSS 
(1257,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wileyville, W. Va. Married, 1-3-1947, Russell 
James Stevens, Jr., born in Fairmont, W, Va. son of 
Russell James and Vivian Ruth (Ford) Stevens, 



317 

Res. (1960) 5096 Crestwood Road, Pensacola, Fla. 

BORN 
Searoba Dolerene (Cross) Stevens 5-19-1927 

Russell James Stevens, Jr. 3-30-1922 

CHILDREN : 

1944-Rechelle Stevens 3-27-1948 

1945-Regine Stevens 1-30-1951 

1946-Scott R. Stevens 4-12-1957 

1578-JUANITA FREDIA SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Hastings, W. Va. Married, 9-30-1940, Louis Pat 
Miklas, born in Wheeling, W.Va. , son of Michael and Rosa 
(Knayouie) Miklas. Res. (I960) P.O.Box 4, Pine Grove, 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Juanita Fredia (Shuman) Miklas 9- 6-1919 

Louis Pat Miklas 8-13-1918 

CHILD : 

1947- Patricia Ann Miklas 11- 2-1942 



1579- WILLIAM JACKSON SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Hastings, W.Va. Married, 8-18-1949, Mary Belle 
Titus, born in Pine Grove, W.Va., daughter of John 
Benton and Margaret Dolly (White) Titus. Res. (1960) 
P.O.Box 294, Pine Grove, W.Va. 

BORN 
William Jackson Shuman 7- 6-1921 

Mary Belle (Titus) Shuman 10-30-1921 

CHILD: 

1948-William Jay Shuman 1- 4-1956 



318 

1580-BRUCE EDWARD SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Hastings, W. Va. Married, 12-24-1955, Rosie 
Marie Becker, born in Koblenz, Germany. They reside 

in Germany. 

BORN 

Bruce Edward Shuman 2-24-1923 

Rosie Marie (Becker) Shuman 11-12-1937 

CHILD: 

1949-John Edward Shuman 9-11-1957 



1581-ESTHER LEE SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Hastings, W. Va. Married, 12-7-1946, William 
Arland Tennant, born in luka, W. Va. , son of William T. 
and Mary Augusta (Roberts) Tennant. Res. (1960) Bethany 
Pike, Wellsburg, W. Va. 

BORN 
Esther Lee (Shuman) Tennant 8-19-1924 

William Arland Tennant 9-27-1920 

CHILDREN: 

1950-Michael Arland Tennant 6-28-1950 

1951-Richard Lee Tennant 9- 3-1952 



1582-LESLIE WAYNE SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Hastings, W. Va. Married, 7-6-1950, Violet Earl 
Wright, born in Pine Grove, W. Va. , daughter of Earl and 
Mary Leonore (Henderson) Wright. Res. (1960) 75-26th 
Street, Wellsburg, W. Va. 

BORN 
Leslie Wayne Shuman 5- 4-1927 

Violet Earl (Wright) Shuman 8- 5-1932 

CHILD: 

1952-Pamela Sue Shuman 6-11-1951 



319 



1583-BARBARA LOIS SHUMAN 
(1258,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Hastings, W, Va. Married, 6-22-1954, John 
Dominick Cianfrocca, born in Fairmont, W. Va. , son 
of Lorenzo and Mary Virginia (Cial) Cianfrocca. 
Res. (1960) 820 Veromont Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 

BORN 
Barbara Lois (Shuman) Cianfrocca 12-11-1928 

John Dominick Cianfrocca 11-16-1924 



CHILDREN: 

1953-John Bruce Cianfrocca 
1954-Gary Wayne Cianfrocca 



11- 4-1955 
10- 8-1959 



1584-MILDRED ANNE CROSS 
(1259,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Mannington, W. Va. Married, 3-23-1946, Jerry 
Brooks Bates, born in Salem, W. Va. , son of Lloyd G, 
and Huldah Jane (Stackpole) Bates. Res. (1960) Pine 
Grove, W. Va. 



Mildred Anne (Cross) Bates 
Jerry Brooks Bates 

CHILDREN: 

1955-Jennif er Lynn Bates 
1956-Candace Sue Bates 
1957-Jerry Brooks Bates, Jr, 



BORN 
5-15-1928 
5-18-1925 

8- 7-1947 
6- 3-1951 
2- 8-1956 



1585-MARTHA JANE CROSS 
(1259,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Mannington, W. Va. Married, 12-18-1948, Charles 
William Dunnington, born in Mannington, W. Va. , son of 
Bremer W. and Jessie Edith (Church) Dunnington. Res. 
(1960) 1024 Chamberlain Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 



Martha Jane (Cross) Dunnington 
Charles William Dunnington 



BORN 
12- 9-1929 
6-26-1927 



320 

CHILDREN: 

1958-Gregory Charles Dunnington 1-21-1951 

1959-Randall William Dunnington 8- 5-1952 



1591-BARBARA JANE CROSS 
(1264,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Middleway, W. Va. Married, 12-15-1954, Jesse 
Eugene Frye, born in Hedgesville, W, Va. , son of Jesse 
Lee and Ida Virginia (Willingham) Frye. Res. (1960) 
R.F.D. 1, Box 70, Kearneysville, W, Va. 

BORN 
Barbara Jane (Cross) Frye 12-19-1934 

Jesse Eugene Frye 4- 9-1935 

CHILDREN: 

1960-Rebecca Jane Frye 12-14-1956 

1961-Elizabeth Catherine Frye 9-29-1957 

DECEASED : DIED 

1960-Rebecca Jane Frye 12-14-1956 

1961-Elizabeth Catherine Frye 9-29-1957 

Buried in Masonic Cemetary, Middleway, W. Va. 

1594-WALTER ANDREW CALHOUN 
(12 70,961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, Married, 7-18-1950, Betty 
Lou Stuart, born in Durham, N.C., daughter of Charles E. 
and Eleanor (Taylor) Stuart. 

BORN 
Walter Andrew Calhoun 12- 3-1928 

Betty Lou (Stuart) Calhoun 1-10-1932 

CHILDREN: 

1962-Roger Allen Calhoun 8-27-1951 

1963-Phillip Andrew Calhoun 8- 9-1952 

1964-William Dean Calhoun 9- 3-1953 

1965-Richard Wayne Calhoun 3-13-1957 



1595-HOMER ELWOOD CALHOUN 
(1270,961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Mt . Pleasant, Ohio. Married, 12-31-1954, Alice 



321 

Adele Murdock, born inMt. Pleasant, Ohio, daughter of 
Lawrence L. and M. Inez (Walker) Murdock. 

BORN 
Homer Elwood Calhoun 3-21-1934 

Alice Adele (Murdock) Calhoun 3-28-1935 

CHILDREN: 

1966-Robert Duane Calhoun 11-11-1955 

1967-Joyce Elaine Calhoun 7-18-1957 



1596-LOIS EILEEN MOORE 
(1271,961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Steubenville, Ohio. Married, 6-17-1949, Alfred 
Lee Young, born in Brewster, Ohio, son of Walter A. and 
Ellen Belle (Harrold) Young. Res. (1960) Brewster, Ohio, 

BORN 
Lois Eileen (Moore) Young 1-10-1931 

Alfred Lee Young 4-22-1927 

CHILDREN: 

1968-Timothy Lee Young 2- 9-1951 

1969-Debra Ellen Young 1-10-1953 

1970-Jonathan Raymond Young 7-18-1954 

1971-Dawn Esther Young 12-28-1956 



1597-GAIL LORRAINE MOORE 
(1271,961,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Adena, Ohio. Married Ronald Dean Mason, born in 
Wainwright, Ohio, son of Leo Raymond and Lilly (Bonzi) 
Mason. Res. (1960) Adena, Ohio. 

BORN 
Gail Lorraine (Moore) Mason 12-31-1935 

Ronald Dean Mason 3-23-1935 

CHILDREN: 

1972-Lorraine Michele Mason 5- 3-1957 

1973-Jody Ann Mason 6-25-1958 

1974-Gary Dean Mason 6- 1-1959 



322 

1601-MARLENE LOUISE JACKSON 
(1272,962,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Shinnston, W, Va. Married, 8-16-1956, Roscoe 
Blaine Gunn, born in Barnett, Missouri. Res. (1960) 
Shinnston, W. Va. 

BORN 
Marlene Louise (Jackson) Gunn 8- 3-1936 

Roscoe Blaine Gunn 10-21-1928 

CHILD: 

1975-Allen Blaine Gunn 9- 9-1957 

1 60 2- SANDRA SUE JACKSON 
(1273,962,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 7-18-1959, Frederick 
Riley Knapp, son of Virgil Brooks and lona Day (Clifton) 
Knapp. Res. (1960) 508 Milford Street, Clarksburg, W.Va. 

BORN 
Sandra Sue (Jackson) Knapp 11-26-1938 

Frederick Riley Knapp 12-24-1937 



1603-JAMES CARL JACKSON 
(12 73,962,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 11-23-1957, Miriam 
Lynn Ashland, born in Clarksburg, W. Va. , daughter of 
Martin R. and Edith Elaine (Best) Ashland. Res. (1960) 
204 Milford Street, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

BORN 
James Carl Jackson 1-16-1941 

Miriam Lynn (Ashland) Jackson 8- 8-1939 

CHILD: 

1976-Cheryl Lynne Jackson 2- 3-1959 



1605-ROSS LANE JACKSON 
(12 74,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Fairmont, W. Va. Married, 8-15-1941, Elsa Leah 
Myers, born in Hastings, W. Va. 



323 



Ross Lane Jackson 

Elsa Leah (Myers) Jackson 

CHILD: 

1977-Ross Len Jackson 



BORN 
3-29-1924 
6-28-1922 

10- 6-1943 



160 6- VERNON LEE JACKSON 
(12 74,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 10-16-1945, Diana 
Lee Cousins, born in Smithfield, W. Va. Res, (1960) 
Route 1, Cannonsburg, Penna. 



Vernon Lee Jackson 

Diana Lee (Cousins) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1978-Laverna Lee Jackson 
1979-Paul Leon Jackson 
1980-Sylvia Leslie Jackson 
1981-James Lloyd Jackson 



BORN 

11- 4-1926 
2-18-1929 

12- 7-1946 
9-23-1948 
4- 7-1950 
2-25-1955 



1607-ALLEN LEWIS JACKSON 
(1274, 963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 9-17- 
Belle Malson, born in New Martinsville, W 
(1960) Route 1, Ravenna, Ohio. 

Allen Lewis Jackson 

Violet Belle (Malson) Jackson 

CHILDREN: 

1982-Barbara Anne Jackson 
1983-Teresa Allene Jackson 
1984-Joyce Anita Jackson 
1985-Steven Anthony Jackson 



•1949, 
Va, 



Violet 
Res, 

BORN 
2-28-1929 

4- 9-1931 

7-20-1951 
1-24-1953 
2-17-1955 

5- 1-1959 



1608-JOE LYNN JACKSON 



(1274,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 
Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 7-30-1955, Joan 



324 

Markulics, born in Allentown, Penna. No children. Res, 
(1960) 556 Centreville Rd., Manassas, Va. 

BORN 

Joe Lynn Jackson 4-20-1931 

Joan (Markulics) Jackson 1- 1-1940 



1609-BETTY LOUISE JACKSON 
(1274,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Smithfield, W. Va. Married, 8-7-1955, Paul 
Richard Black, born in Ravenna, Ohio. Res. (1960) 
1014 W. Main St., Ravenna, Ohio. 

BORN 

Betty Louise (Jackson) Black 8- 7-1933 

Paul Richard Black 3-28-1933 

CHILDREN: 

1986-Kevin Paul Black 10-26-1957 

1987-Sheree Lynette Black 9-13-1959 



1610-DONALD LLOYD JACKSON 
(1274, 963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Pine Grove, W. Va. Married, 5-29-1955, Helen 
Marie Wright, born in Ravenna, Ohio. Res. (1960) Route 
1, Ravenna, Ohio, 

BORN 
Donald Lloyd Jackson 9-22-1935 

Helen Marie (Wright) Jackson 4-28-1935 

CHILDREN: 

1988-Jeffery Lee Jackson 5-10-1958 

1989-Lori Lynne Jackson 7-10-1959 



1615-LINDSAY ALVARIOUS JACKSON 
(12 75,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Margaret, W. Va. Married, 11-28-1957, Grace 
Irene Ballenger, born in Glover Gap, W. Va. Res. 4838 
Lincoln Way-West, Wooster, Ohio. 



325 

BORN 
Lindsay Alvarious Jackson 6-23-1936 

Grace Irene (Ballenger) Jackson 7-14-1937 

CHILD: 

1990-Roger Allen Jackson 1-21-1959 



1617-HAROLD LLOYD SHRIVER 
(1276,963,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born near Wallace, W. Va. Married, 10-17-1953, Anna Rose 
Hayhurst, born in Smithfield, W. Va. , daughter of Paul 
and Audra (Edgell) Hayhurst. Res. (1960) 1-B Westway, 
North Baltimore, Md . 

BORN 
Harold Lloyd Shriver 12-17-1935 

Anna Rose (Hayhurst) Shriver 3-23-1936 

CHILDREN: 

1991-Paul Keith Shriver 7-11-1954 

1992-Constance Shriver 11-15-1956 



1628-JOHN RICHARD EIMERS 
(1279,965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Fullerton, Calif. Married, 11-21-1957, Patricia 
Louise Renshaw, born in Massillon, Ohio, 

Richard graduated from Chaffey High School, 1951, 
and Chaffey Junior College in 1953. He then attended 
night school for five years at the Pasadena College, a 
trade school, graduating in 1959. He is a Registered 
Professional Plumber and is engaged in this trade. Res, 
(1960) 2665 Mountain Drive, Upland, Calif. 

BORN 
John Richard Eimers 5- 1-1932 

Patricia Louise (Renshaw) Eimers 4- 3-1934 

CHILD: 

1993-John Richard Eimers II 2- 2-1961 



326 

1630-MARJORIE ANITA POST 
(1281,965,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in El Monte, Calif. Married, 9-14-1957, Paul Wayne 
Alexander, born in Sapulpa, Okla. 

BORN 
Marjorie Anita (Post) Alexander 7-28-1933 

Paul Wayne Alexander ■ 2- 8-1930 

CHILD: 

1994-Paul Wayne Alexander, Jr. 6- 5-1958 



1636-CYRIL JAY FARMER 
(1288,970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bridgeport, Ohio. Married, 2-14-1948, Margaret 
Delores Bonnett , born in Butler, Penna. , daughter of 
Ralph and Nellie Mae (Hoy) Bonnett. Mrs. Farmer graduat- 
ed from the Butler High School in 1947. 

Mr. Farmer graduated from the Butler High School in 
1945. He was in the United States Air Corps, seeking to 
make this his career. After fifteen years of military 
duty he decided to study for the ministry, and received 
his release from the Army, May 30, 1959. He first atten- 
ded a college in Mississippi, but transferred to the 
Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio for the term of 1960, 
where he is now a sophomore student. He is presently 
serving as the Pastor of the Methodist Church at Denni- 
son, Ohio. Res. (1960) Route 1, Box 97, Dennison, Ohio. 

BORN 
Cyril Jay Farmer 5-12-1926 

Margaret Delores (Bonnett) Farmer 9-27-1928 

CHILDREN: 

1995-Lucinda Jo Farmer 12-10-1949 

1996-William Jon Farmer 8-23-1954 

1997-Ralph Nelson Farmer 10-29-1956 

1998-Sue Ann Farmer 1-19-1958 



163 7-JERRY NELSON FARMER 
(1288,970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Gary, Indiana. Married Jacqueline Jean Stanford, 



327 

born in Houston, Texas. No children. 

BORN 
Jerry Nelson Farmer 2- 5-1928 

Jacqueline Jean (Stanford) Farmer 7-15-1937 



1638-CARQL ANNE WAIDE 
(1290,970,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Wheeling, W. Va. , 2-11-1942, She has studied 
piano for eight years and organ for four years from a 
private teacher. She has played the piano for school 
programs since she was thirteen years of age, and at 
sixteen years of age she gave organ recitals at the St. 
Matthew's Episcopal Church, Wheeling, W, Va. , where she 
received acclaim and recognition for her great talent. 

Carol was the first female president of the Student 
Council of Martins Ferry High School, and was honored by 
having been selected to represent the school at Buckeye 
Girls State in 1959. She received numerous school awards 
for scholastic achievement, and was the unanimous choice 
of her classmates to represent them as Class Speaker at 
the Commencement Ceremonies. She graduated from Martins 
Ferry High School in 1960, and is now a first year stu- 
dent at Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio, She is 
majoring in music and minoring in dramatics. Address, 
(1960) 405 N. Zane Highway, Martins Ferry, Ohio. 



1652-BONNIE LOU ROTH 
(1297,973,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W. Va. Married, 2-18-1954, John Lauro, 
born in New York, N. Y. 

BORN 
Bonnie Lou (Roth) Lauro 12- 4-1936 
John Lauro 

CHILDREN: 

1999-Evelyn Diana Lauro 6-22-1955 

2000-Frank Ricky Lauro 3-13-1959 



328 

1654-HELEN VIRGINIA ROTH 
(1298,973,493,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W. Va. Married, 7-28-1950, Robert Duane 
Barger, born in Cameron, W. Va. , son of David and Mary- 
Jane (Barnhart) Barger. 

BORN 
Helen Virginia (Roth) Barger 11-28-1933 

Robert Duane Barger 5-21-1928 

CHILDREN: 

2001-Robert Mark Barger 7- 7-1952 

2002-Jill Ann Barger 11- 7-1955 

1655-NANCY LEE GLEASON 
(1299,975,494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Charlottesville, Va. Married, 8-24-1946, Bradley 
Paul Rutledge. No children, 

BORN 
Nancy Lee (Gleason) Rutledge 8-16-1924 

Bradley Paul Rutledge 9-27-1922 

1656-DAVID FENWICK GLEASON 
(1299,975,494,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Charlottesville, Va. Married, Sarah Lillie 
Umberger, born in Bluefield, W. Va. 

BORN 
David Fenwick Gleason 1-15-1928 

Sarah Lillie (Umberger) Gleason 8-30-1929 

CHILDREN: 

2003-Carolyn Belinda Gleason 4-20-1950 

2004-Michael Emmett Gleason 6-15-1954 

1659-EmER MAYWOOD WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W, Va. Married, 12-29-1945, Norma 
J. Wetzel, born in New Martinsville, W. Va. He served 
in World War II with the U.S. Army. He entered the 



329 



service April 15, 1942 and received an honorable dis- 
charge Sept. 6, 1945. Res. (1960) Woodsfield, Ohio, 

BORN 
Elmer Mayvood Wilson 11_27-1919 

Norma J, (Wetzel) Wilson 9-24-1927 

CHILDREN: 

2005-Alonzo Foster Wilson 11- 6-1946 

2006-Elmer Maywood Wilson, Jr. 12-21-1947 

2007-Wilda Jean Wilson 3-13-1949 

2008-Brenda Kay Wilson 7-19-1951 

2009-Harold Stephen Wilson 6-25-1956 



1661-FREDA GERALDINE WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Pine Grove, W. Va. Married, 11-3-1956, Charles 
R. Snider, born in Pine Grove, W. Va. No children. Res. 
(1960) P.O. Box 126, New Martinsville, W. Va. 

BORN 
Freda Geraldine (Wilson) Snider 4-15-1922 

Charles R. Snider 2-10-1922 



1662-WILMA RUTH WILSON 



(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Moundsville, W. Va. Married, 
Clair Morgan, born in Reader, W. Va, 
2, New Martinsville, W, Va. 

Wilma Ruth (Wilson) Morgan 
Robert Clair Morgan 

CHILDREN: 

2010-Geraldine Deloris Morgan 
2011-Linda Sue Morgan 
2012-Robert Clair Morgan, Jr. 



2-3-1942, Robert 
Res, (1960) Route 

BORN 
8-29-1923 
11-25-1921 

12-28-1942 
2- 3-1945 
8-25-1950 



330 



1663-KATHLEEN VIRGINIA WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va, 
Ice, born in Smithf ield , W, 
Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio, 



Married , 
Va. Res. 



Kathleen Virginia (Wilson) Ice 
Leslie Ice 

CHILDREN: 

2013-Jerry Lee Ice 
2014-Mary Elizabeth Ice 
2015-Ricky Kay Ice 
2016-Stanley Eugene Ice 



3-3-1944, Leslie 
(1960) Penna. , 

BORN 
4- 3-1925 
10-21-1916 

3- 5-1945 
12-26-1946 
11- 5-1948 

9-28-1949 



1665-HAZEL PAULINE WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 7-8-1946, Charles 
Edward Lipscomb, born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Res. (1960) 
Route 1, P.O. Box 56, Woodridge, Va. 

BORN 
6-14-1928 
5-21-1920 



Hazel Pauline (Wilson) Lipscomb 
Charles Edward Lipscomb 

CHILDREN: 

2017-Charles Lee Lipscomb 
2018-Glenda Ruth Lipscomb 
2019-Hazel Jane Lipscomb 
2020-Cathy Sue Lipscomb 



10-19-1947 
2- 5-1949 
1-18-1951 
4- 5-1957 



1666-VEmA CATHERINE WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Pine Grove, W. Va. Married, 3-22-1956, Charles 
Dewayne Furbee, born in Jollytown, Penna. Res. (1960) 
New Freeport , Penna. 

BORN 
Velma Catherine (Wilson) Furbee 3-22-1930 

Charles Dewayne Furbee 1-27-1929 



331 



CHILDREN: 

2021-Deborah Kay Furbee 
2022-Sandra Faye Furbee 



3-10-1957 
11- 9-1958 



1667-WILLARD EUGENE WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 8-25-1955, Myrtle 
Lorraine Underwood, born in Paden City, W Va. He was 
in the United States Army from May 23, 1953 to March 14, 
1955, 18 months of service in Germany. Res. (1960) Route 
2, Woodsfield, Ohio 

BORN 
Willard Eugene Wilson 9- 7-1932 

Myrtle Lorraine (Underwood) Wilson 3- 6-1937 

CHILDREN: 

2023-Willard Eugene Wilson, Jr. 6- 8-1956 

2024-Louis Wayne Wilson 7- 3-1957 



1668-BEULAH NELL WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 2-4-1952, Dallas R. 



Underwood, born in Fayetteville, 
Fayetteville, W, Va. 

Beulah Nell (Wilson) Underwood 
Dallas R. Underwood 

CHILDREN: 

2025-Dallas Ray Underwood, Jr, 
2026-Judy Ann Underwood 
2027-Roger Lee Underwood 



W. Va. Res, (1960) 



BORN 
1-23-1934 
1-10-1932 

11- 7-1953 
9-25-1955 
1-18-1957 



1669-PAUL LEWIS WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born In Jacksonburg, W, Va. Married, 4-20-1957, Normaleei 
Frances Matz, born in Woodsfield, Ohio. Res. (1960) 114 
West 12th Street, Ashland, Ohio. 



332 

BORN 
Paul Lewis Wilson 5- 2-1935 

Normalee Frances (Matz) Wilson 8-16-1942 

CHILD: 

2028-Barbara Sue Wilson 12-31-1958 



1670-EDWARD ALONZO WILSON, JR. 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 10-1-1955, Helen 
Marie Underwood, born in Paden City, W, Va. Res. (1960) 
Route 2, New Martinsville, W.Va. 

BORN 
Edward Alonzo Wilson, Jr. 5- 2-1935 

Helen Marie (Underwood) Wilson 2-21-1938 

CHILD: 

2029-Robert Edward Wilson 7-16-1956 



1671-LEONARD LEROY WILSON 
(1306,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born In Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 8-16-1958, Eldra 
Lea Emery, born in Woodsfield, Ohio. He was in the mili- 
tary service with the United States Army from June 18, 
1956, to November 14, 1957, when he received an honorable 
discharge. Res. (1960) Route 2, Woodsfield, Ohio. 

BORN 
Leonard Leroy Wilson 10-21-1937 

Eldra Lea (Emery) Wilson 2-16-1942 



1672-BETTY LOUISE WILSON 
(1306, 979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Jacksonburg, W. Va. Married, 12-30-1958, John 
William Emery, born in Woodsfield, Ohio. Res. (1960) 
Route 2, Woodsfield, Ohio. 

BORN 
Betty Louise (Wilson) Emery 8-18-1942 

John William Emery 10-15-1935 



333 



1683-SAMUEL EUGENE LITTELL 
(1309,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Moundsville, W. Va. Married, Bernice Eileen 
Hartzell, born in Cameron, W. Va, Res. (1960) Union- 
town, W. Va. 



Samuel Eugene Littell 

Bernice Eileen (Hartzell) Littell 

CHILDREN: 

2030-Charles Milton Littell 
2031-Samuel Ray Littell 
2032-Richard Leroy Littell 



BORN 
3-12-1923 
12-18-1923 

4-22-1944 
9-12-1945 
7- 9-1949 



1684-HAROLD ALBERT LITTELL 
(1309,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Uniontown, W. Va. Married, 11-24-1946, Elizabeth 
Myrtle Barnard, born in Uniontown, W. Va. Res. (1960) 
Knob Fork, W. Va. 

BORN 
Harold Albert Littell 5- 6-1926 

Elizabeth Myrtle (Barnard) Littell 10-23-1925 

CHILD: 

2033-Ina Kristine Littell 3-24-1948 



1687-LOLA MAE WINGROVE 
(1310,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Graysville, W, Va. Married, 
Nippert, born in Clarington, W. Va. 
Rupple Road, Niles, Ohio. 

Lola Mae (Wingrove) Nippert 
Donald Frank Nippert 

CHILDREN: 

2034-LaDonna Marie Nippert 
2035-David Raymoth Nippert 
2036-Barbara Irene Nippert 
2037-Linda Lou Nippert 



1946, Donald Frank 
Res. (1960) 156 

BORN 
4- 1-1928 
12-11-1929 

4-27-1947 
10-20-1948 

2-20-1950 
10- 2-1951 



334 



2038-Rita Sue Nippert 11-20-1953 

2039-Donald Alan Nippert 6-16-1955 



1688-LORNA MAXINE WINGROVE 
(1310,979,496,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Graysville, W. Va. Married, 7-15-1948, Harold 
Elson Knight, born in Russellton, Penna. Res. (1960) 
P.O. Box 389, Powhatan Pt,, Ohio. 

BORN 
Lorna Maxine (Wingrove) Knight 5-14-1930 

Harold Elson Knight 3-28-1927 

CHILDREN: 

2040-Merritt Lynn Knight 1- 5-1950 

2041-Brent Elson Knight 3-14-1951 

2042-Deborah Jeanne Knight 11- 8-1952 



1715-BEULAH MAXINE BLAKE 
(1335,992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W. Va. Married, 1953, Charles Robert 
Pletcher born in Zanesville, Ohio. 

BORN 
Beulah Maxine (Blake) Pletcher 9- 4-1936 

Charles Robert Pletcher 6-24-1924 

CHILDREN: 

2043-Janet Lee Pletcher 9-23-1953 

2044-Nelrose Jane Pletcher 5- 9-1955 

2045-Charles Douglas Pletcher 12-13-1958 



1716-MYRTLE FAYE BLAKE 
(1335,992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W. Va. Married, 11-6-1954, Jack Dean 
Cunningham. 

BORN 
Myrtle Faye (Blake) Cunningham 4- 7-1938 

Jack Dean Cunningham 8-23-1934 



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CHILDREN: 

2046-Joyce Ann Cunningham 
2047-Charlotte Cunningham 
2048-Debbie Sue Cunningham 



7-18-1955 
1-10-1957 
8- 1-1958 



1717-PAUL HAROLD BLAKE 
(1335,992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va. Married, 5-29-1957, Margaret Mae 
Dunlap, born in Powhatan, Ohio. 

BORN 
Paul Harold Blake 5-10-1939 

Margaret Mae (Dunlap) Blake 12-22-1938 

CHILD: 

2049-Cindy Mae Blake 10-28-1958 



1718-GERALDINE VIRGINIA BLAKE 
(1335,992,502,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cameron, W.Va, Married, 2-2-1956, Nathan Emanuel 

Stout, born in Smithfield, W.Va. 

BORN 

Geraldine Virginia (Blake) Stout 11-14-1940 

Nathan Emanuel Stout 9-13-1935 

CHILDREN: 

2050-David Stout 8-25-1957 

2051-Arthur Wayne Stout 10-14-1958 



1748-THEODORE JAMES CURTIS 
(1355,997,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Rochester, N.Y. Married, 6-6-1953, Dorothy Mae 
Carr, born at Ventura, Calif., daughter of Anthony and 
Eva Tittle (Perry) Carr. 

Theodore was in the military service for 5| years, 
having entered the service Feb. 12, 1951, and was given 
an honorable discharge Sept. 10, 1956. He was with the 
United States Army during the Korean War, attached to 
the Paratroopers Chemical Corps, Army Anti-Aircraft , and 
received many medals and awards, namely; Paratroopers 
Wings; Purple Heart; Oak Leaf Cluster and Service Cam- 
paign Ribbon. In addition he received Presidential 



336 

Citation and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with 
letter "V" device for heroic achievement in connection 
with military operations against and armed enemy and 
given the following citation:- 

"Corporal Theodore J, Curtis, Chemical Corps, United 
States Army. Corporal Curtis distinguished himself by 
heroism against an armed enemy in Korea, On 2 April 1952 
while on duty with a forward observer party, he volun- 
teered his services as radio operator on a hazardous 
mission to eliminate an enemy observation-post which was 
directing fire on friendly infantry troops in the area. 

"To reach a vantage point from which he could locate 
and direct fire on the enemy, Corporal Curtis exposed 
himself to direct fire of an enemy sniper and intense 
hostile mortar-fire. Disregarding the personal hazards, 
he reached his objective and remained in position until 
effective counter-fire eliminated the enemy observation- 
post and neutralized the enemy mortar-emplacements. 
Corporal "Curtis" courageous and decisive action reflects 
great credit on himself and the military services." By 
command of Lieutenant General Palmer, and signed by Paul 
D. Adams, Brigadier-General. 

Res. (1960) 402 Inkopah St., Chula Vista, Calif. 

BORN 
Theodore James Curtis 12-11-1933 

Dorothy Mae (Carr) Curtis 12- 9-1935 

CHILDREN: 

2052-Nanette Yvonne Curtis 3-26-1954 

2053-Gregory Antoine Curtis 2-23-1956 



1753-JAMES WILLIAM HUDSON 
(1358,998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Rochester, N.Y. , 6-20-1932, Unmarried. He 
served four years in the military force with the U.S. Air 
Force, from June 1953, until May 1957. He holds the 
following medals and awards: National defense service 
medal; Army occupation medal (Germany) , and Good conduct 
medal . 

He received the B.S. degree from State University 
Teachers College, Potsdam, N.Y. , in 1953 and Master's 
degree from the same school in 1959. He graduated magna 
cum laude, at Crane Music School, receiving the degree 



337 

of B.A., winning the highest honor given at the college, 
the Julia Crane award, and in 1959 received the Master's 
degree from the same institution. He is now (1960) di- 
rector of vocal music at Northside High School at Corn- 
ing, N.Y. Res. (1960) 42 Pershing St., Corning, N.Y. 



1754-MARIAN DOROTHY BRAKE 
(1359,998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Victor, N.Y. Married, 7-24-1954, Dirk Richard 
Weigert . 

BORN 
Marian Dorothy (Brake) Weigert 9- 7-1935 

Dirk Richard Weigert 9- 6-1935 

CHILDREN: 

2054-Mark Richard Weigert 1-28-1956 

2055-Daniel Richard Weigert 1-28-1956 



1755-CARL EDWARD BRAKE 
(1359,998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Victor, N.Y. Married, 3-7-1959, Margaret Alice 
Shoemaker, born in Rochester, N.Y. 

BORN 
Carl Edward Brake 7-13-1937 

Margaret Alice (Shoemaker) Brake 6-19-1940 



1756-MARGUERITE ANN BRAKE 
(1359,998,503,220,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Victor, N.Y. Married, 9-22-1956, Franklin Ralph 
Subr , 

Mr. Subr served in the Korean War with the United 
States Marine Corps, 3rd Division. He entered the 
service Feb. 25, 1953 and received an honorable dis- 
charge, Feb. 24, 1956, Medals and awards: Good conduct 
medal; National Defense service medal; United Nations 
service medal and the Korean service medal. Res, (1960) 
663 W. Whitney Rd . , Fairport, N.Y, 



338 

BORN 

Marguerite Ann (Brake) Subr 5-11-1939 

Franklin Ralph Subr 7-20-1935 

CHILDREN : 

2056-David Andrew Subr 11-28-1957 

2057-Michelle Marie Subr 1-15-1959 



ELEVENTH GENERATION 



1801-CHARLES RICHARD ROELOFS 
(1479,1217,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Bellevue, Penna. Married, 8-26-1956 Henri Ann 
Richert, born at Arlington, Va. 

Mr. Roelofs graduated from Washington-Lee High 
School, 1949. He received the A.B. degree from Ohio 
Wesleyan University, 1953, and B.D. degree from Yale 
Divinity School, 1956, and now (1960) is a student at 
Harvard University Graduate School. 

Mrs. Roelofs graduated from Washington-Lee High 
School, 1952. She received the B.S. degree in Sociology 
from Ohio Wesleyan University, 1956, and M.S. degree in 
Sociology from University of Pennsylvania , 1958 

BORN 
Charles Richard Roelofs 8-28-1931 
Henri Ann (Richert) Roelofs 

CHILD: 

2058-Laurie Leigh Roelofs 9_14-1958 



1804-MARY FRANCES DANN 
(1480,1217,941,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Cleveland, 0. Married, 9-16-1956, Rev. James 
Russell Little, born in Nyack, N.Y. , son of Russell 
Eugene and Alta Grace (Requa) Little. 

Mary Frances received the B.A. degree from Columbia 
University and a Religious Education degree from New 
York Biblical Seminary. Rev. Little graduated from 
Houghton College, Houghton, N.Y. , receiving a B.A. degree, 
1955, and B.S.T. degree from Biblical Seminary in New 
York, 1958. At present (1960) his parish consists of 
seven churches in northern New York. Res. (1960) Methodist 
Parsonage, North Bangor, N.Y. 

(339) 



340 

BORN 

Mary Frances (Dann) Little 7-11-1930 

James Russell Little 8-28-1933 

CHILDREN : 

2059-Janet Joy Little 11-24-1957 

2060-James Russell Little, Jr. 11-19-1958 

2061-Jonathan Requa Little 7-15-1960 



1805-DORIS COMRIE DANN 



( 1480 , 1217 , 941 , 483 , 206 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1 ) 

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. Married, 7-2-1955, George Michael 
White, born in New York City, son of Richard Anslem and 
Charlotte Veronica (Fitzgerald) White. 

Doris is a graduate of the Flushing Hospital School 
of Nursing. George graduated from New York University, 
1956, receiving the B.S. degree. (Res. (1960) 7 Hackmatac 
St., Central Islip, N.Y. 

BORN 
Doris Comrie (Dann) White 12-21-1932 

George Michael White 12-13-1932 

CHILDREN : 

2062-George Michael White, Jr. 7- 4-1956 

2063-Stephen Charles White 10-26-1957 

2064-Gregory John White 11-21-1958 

2065-Claire Ann White 7-27-1960 



18 21 -DONALD WILLIAM STURGISS 
(1494,1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 9-4-1948 Mary Patricia 
O'Donnell, daughter of Merrit Vincent and Delia Katherine 
O'Donnell. They are members of Saint Agatha Church. 

Mr. Sturgiss is a graduate of Morgantown High School. 
He served in the military forces of our country from 
March 17,1947 to April 21,1949. Res. (1960) 1221 Mercer 
Rd. , Ellwood City, Penna. 

BORN 
Donald William Sturgiss 3- 8-1930 

Mary Patricia (0»Donnell) Sturgiss 5-20-1932 



CHILDREN: 

2066-John Robert Sturgiss 
2067-Mary Roberta Sturgiss 
2068-Donald Sturgiss, Jr. 



341 



12- 8-1949 
12- 8-1949 
12- 5-1952 



1822- JOHN HOWARD STURGISS 
(1494,1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 
Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 3-15-1953, Charlotte 
Laverne Perkins, daughter of Wilford R. and Shirley Lantz 
(Humphrey) Perkins, 

Mr. Sturgiss was inducted into military service March 
7,1951 and attached to the 43rd Division, 102nd Infantry 
Regiment. He was sent to Germany for sixteen months, was 
released from active duty Feb. 12,1953, and then served in 
the Reserves from this date until he was discharged on 
May 24,1957. During his military service he attended two 
non-com. officers' schools with high honor. He was a 
squad leader with rank of P.F.C. and later served as 
Company Physical Training Instructor. He was awarded Ger- 
many Occupation medal and NATO ribbon. Member of the 
Christian Church. Res. (1960) Lowellville, Ohio. 

BORN 
John Howard Sturgiss 4- 8-1931 

Charlotte Laverne (Perkins) Sturgiss 2- 2-1931 

CHILDREN : 

2069-Linda Dianne Sturgiss 4_11_1954 

2070-Timothy John Sturgiss 12-20-1956 

2071-David Lee Sturgiss 9-15-1958 



1823-BETTY JANE STURGISS 
(1494,1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-23-1949, Eldon Paul 

Evans, son of William and Edna ( Hacker.) Evans. Member of 

the Methodist Church. Res. (1960) 915 Humboldt Parkway, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

BORN 

Betty Jane (Sturgiss) Evans 2-24-1932 

Eldon Paul Evans 9- 1-1929 



CHILD: (Adopted) 
Ardith Evans 



1-31-1960 



342 



1824-ROBERT DAVID STURGISS 
(1494,1223,944,483,206,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 7-12-1953 
Arlene Walls, daughter of Sherley Harold and 
Louise (Bridge) Walls. 

Mr. Sturgiss is a graduate of Morgantown 
School. He has been in the military service 
1952 with the U.S. Air Force. He is now (1960 
forecaster with the 26th Weather-Squadron at 
AFB, Bossier City, La. His present rank is S 
They are members of the Baptist Church. Res 
1337 Michael Drive, Bossier City, La. 

Robert David Sturgiss 

Rita Arlene (Walls) Sturgiss 

CHILDREN: 

2072-Robert David Sturgiss, Jr. 
2073-Suzetta Marie Sturgiss 
2074-Karen Kay Sturgiss 
2075-William Howard Lee Sturgiss 



, Rita 
Murle 

High 
since Nov, 
) weather 

Barksdale 
taff-Sgt. 
.(I960) 

BORN 
1- 6-1933 
1-24-1935 

7- 1-1954 
3-30-1956 
5-18-1958 
4-22-1960 



1826-CLYDE TRUMAN STURGISS 
(1494,1223,944,484,206,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Morgantown, W.Va. Married, 10-9-1959 , Carol Marie 
Gavazzo, daughter of Frank and Edna (Hacker) Gavazzo. 

Mr. Sturgiss is a graduate of San Antonio College, 
San Antonio, Texas. He is employed by the Buffalo State 
Hospital. Res. (1960) 915 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo 8, N.Y. 

BORN 
Clyde Truman Sturgiss 9-24-1935 

Carol Marie (Gavazzo) Sturgiss 11- 6-1942 



1838-HARRY JOHN BREWER, Jr. 
(1509,1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 



Born in Winfield, Kan. He graduated from the Winfield 
High School in 1953, and a few months later was called 
into the military service. After his release from mil- 
itary duty he continued his education at the Arkansas 
City Junior College, Arkansas City, and graduated in 



343 

in 1960. He will seek enrollment in the Kansas State 
University, for the September 1960 term to pursue his 
work for a Technical Journalist degree, He entered the 
service of the United States Air Force, 3-11-1954. He 
was sent to Bordeaux, France, in 1955, and attached to 
the 7th Radio Relay Squadron, and served in the capacity 
if Airman First Class. He was given an honorable dis- 
charge, 10-10-1957. 

Married, 8-26-1959, Charlene Valoise Ridgeway, born 
in Arkansas City, Kan. , daughter of Charles Wesley and 
Wilma Jean (Shipp) Ridgeway. Res (1960) 220| South 4th 
St, , Arkansas City, Kan, 

BORN 
Harry John Brewer, Jr. 1_ 4-1935 

Charlene Valoise (Ridgeway) Brewer 7-19-1940 



1839-NANTE BREWER 
(1509,1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 12-31-1958, Kenneth 
Alvin Brewer, born in Wichita, Kan., son of Thomas Boyd 
and Alta (Kessinger) Brewer. Res (1960) 32 Campus Ct. , 
Manhattan, Kan, 

BORN 
Nante (Brewer) Brewer 12- 4-1939 

Kenneth Alvin Brewer 1-24-1938 

CHILD: 

2076-Michael Keefe Brewer 12- 7-1959 



1840-DONNA LUCILLE BREWER 
(1510,1237,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Winfield, Kan. Married, 5-18-1957, Wayne Eugene 
Engel, son of Waldron and Gatha A. (Wynkoop ) Engel. 
Wayne has been in the United States Army since, December 
10,1956. He is classified as Specialist 4, an Assistant 
Chief Plotter at Headquarters Battery, 40th Artillery 
Brigade, Fort Bragg, Calif. Res. (1960) 206 N. Ferndale, 
Mill Valley, Calif. 



344 

BORN 
Donna Lucille (Brewer) Engel 3-21-1939 

Wayne Eugene Engel 2-25-1934 



1853-DOROTHY LEEANNA LASURE 
(1520,1238,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Folsom, W.Va. Married, 5-5-1956, Samuel Yoho, 
born in Jacksonburg, W.Va. Res. (1960) Cameron, W.Va. 

BORN 
Dorothy Leeanna (Lasure) Yoho 12-15-1937 

Samuel Yoho 11-24-1931 

CHILD: 

2077-Terry Lee Yoho 11- 4-1957 



1859-NAOMI BURDETT SANDY 
(1523,1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Orlando, W.Va. Married, 1-12-1950, Jack Harry 
Thompson, born in Toronto, Ohio. 

BORN 
Naomi Burdett (Sandy) Thompson 4-10-1933 

Jack Harry Thompson 1-19-1926 

CHILDREN : 

2078-Brenda Sue Thompson 1-26-1952 

2079- Jack Harry Thompson, Jr. 3-25-1955 



1861 -RUBY ELIZABETH PUMPHREY 
(1525,1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 10-13-1956, Clyde 
Christy, born in Fairmont, W.Va. Res. (1960) 20| 
College St., Weston, W.Va. 

BORN 
Ruby Elizabeth (Pumphrey) Christy 3-20-1933 

Clyde Christy 12-15-1932 

CHILDREN : 

2080-James Gray Christy 7-14-1957 

2081-Linda Kay Christy 6-23-1958 



345 
1862-LORA JOAN PUMPHREY 



(1525,1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 10-27-1951, Thomas Bragg, 
born in Weston, W.Va. Res. (1960) 240 Brooks St., Weston 
W.Va. 

BORN 
Lora Joan (Pumphrey) Bragg 7-31-1934 

Thomas Bragg 2-28-1932 

CHILDREN : 

2082-Susan Ann Bragg 2- 8-1957 

2083-Thomas Lee Bragg 2-11-1959 



1863-WILLIAJyi EDWARD PUMPHREY 
(1525,1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 11-11-1955, Carolyn Jean 
Matthews, born in Weston, W.Va. Res. (1960) 1863 Deerfield 
Ave., Warren, Ohio. 

BORN 
William Edward Pumphrey 9-16-1935 

Carolyn Jean (Matthews) Pumphrey 8-18-1939 

CHILD: 

2084-William Edward Pumphrey, Jr. 8-18-1956 



1868-PAUL EDWARD WAUGH 



(1526,1239,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Roanoke, W.Va. Married, 11-22-1958, Juanita 
Kelley, born in Webster Springs, W.Va. Res. (1960) 2832 
Brenner Drive, Lorain, Ohio, 

BORN 
Paul Edward Waugh 7-19-1938 

Juanita (Kelley) Waugh 10-16-1937 



1883-RAYMOND LYNN ADAMS 



(1533,1240,959,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Fairfax, Okla. Married, 11-7-1956, Sylvia Jiles, 
born in Belvidere, 111., daughter of Martin M. and Virgie 
Jane (Bennett) Jiles. Res. (1960) 2701 Westward Blvd., 



346 



Phoenix, Ariz, 

BORN 

Raymond Lynn Adams 5-22-1936 

Sylvia (Jiles) Adams 8-26-1939 

CHILDREN : 

2085-Raymond Lynn Adams, Jr. 7-18-1958 

2086-Carolyn Bernice Adams 6-22-1959 



1931-KENNETH WAYNE MEYER 



(1569,1254,960,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Mannington, W.Va. Married, 1955, Eileen Louise 
Roney, born in Reading, Penna. , daughter of Fred and 
Lucy Roney. Res. (1960) 101 Coolidge Ave., Trenton, N.J. 

BORN 
Kenneth Wayne Meyer 10-13-1935 

Eileen Louise (Roney) Meyer 7-27-1939 

CHILDREN: 

2087-Candace Louise Meyer 6-12-1956 

2088-Susan Marie Meyer 3-26-1958 



1932-FLORENCE ELAINE MEYER 
(1569,1254,9 60,492,210,81,25,4,1) 

Born in Trenton, N.J. Married, 7-26-1958, Leigh Richard 
Barratt, born in Baltimore, Md. , son of Harold and 
Lillian Barratt. Res (1960) 115 Keswick Avenue, Trenton, 
N.J. 

BORN 
Florence Elaine (Meyer) Barratt 10-15-1940 

Leigh Richard Barratt 3- 4-1938 



1933-RONALD LLOYD MEYER 
( 1 570 , 1 254 , 960 , 492 , 210 , 81 , 25 , 4 , 1 ) 

Born in Mannington, W.Va. Married, 4-6-1957, Jessie Lou 
Scritchf ield, born in Fairmont, W.Va., daughter of 
William A. and Bertha Arizona (Wright) Scritchf ield. 
Res, (1960) 704 East Main St., Mannington, W.Va. 



. i 



347 



BORN 
Ronald Lloyd Meyer 4-15-1955 

Jessie Lou (Scritchf ield) Meyer 8- 2-1957 

CHILD: 

2089-Ronald Wayne Meyer 5-29-1958 



348 



INDEX 



ABBOTT 

Mary Webb 91, 92 
ABEREGG 

James H. 2^+0 

Minnie Mae 240 
ADAMS 

Carolyn Bernice 346 

James Gordon 305 

Paul D. 336 

Raymond 305 

Raymond Lynn 305, 345, 
346 

Raymond Lynn, Jr. 346 
ALDRICH 

Louise Mabel 281 
ALEXANDER 

Margaret Alice 251 

Paul Wayne 326 

Paul Wayne, Jr. 326 
ALGER 

Andrew Dugald Langdon 
225 

Augusta Jordan 225 

Catherine Jackson 225 

John Rogers Meigs 225 

Philip Langdon 225 

Philip Langdon, Jr. 225 
ALLEN 

Anna Jane 184,23 6,23 7 

Charles 41 

Charles Edwin 292 

Charles J. 41 

Cynthia Janice 236 

Donald 307 

Donald Lenard 307 

Elizabeth 41 

Hannah 41,76 

Mrs. Jane 41 

Joseph 41 

Joshua M. 41 

Judah Ann 2 92 

Kathryn Virginia 236 



Lloyd 292 

Luanna 292 
Mary 41 

Mary Rosamond 184,237 
Mildred Rebecca 184, 
237, 238 

Osborn 184 

Robert E. 184,235,236 

Robert E.L. 236 

Robert E. Lee 184 

Sarah 41 
ALT 

Anna Lydia 231 
ANDERS 

Mae French 306 
ANDERSON 

Alexander 164 

Bart V 

Beulah Catherine 254 

David Lee 276 

Emily 164 

Harold Franklin 276 

Jane 11 Elaine 276 

Mary J. 155 

Neva Rae 300, 301 

Richard Franklin 276 

Ronald Jean 276 

Thomas L. 300 

Vera Marie 276 

William Elroy 276 
ANDREWS 

Abigail 126 
APPLING 

David E, 154, 155 

Effa May 155 

Jesse 155 
ARMSTRONG 

Eddie Grant 214 

Edgar W. 214 

Ida Lee 214 

Robert A, 294 

Roberta Jean 294 



349 



ASH 

Benton 234 
Francis Gey 234, 235 
ASHBURN 

Barbara Ellen 289 
Geoffrey Spray 289 
Harry Virgil 289 
John Raymond 289 
Nancy Louise 289 
William Richard 289 
ASHBY 

Ida Ruth 277 
Irma 212 
ASHCRAFT 

Alfred Clarence 191 
Ina Lorene 191 
Thelma Irene 191, 261 
Walter Von 191 
ASHER 

Etta L. 246 
ASHLAND 

Martin R. 322 
Miriam Lynn 322 
ATTNEAVE 

Mattie Lee 295 
ATWELL 

Margaret 263 
AYERSMAN 

David Earl 210 
Deloris June 209, 210 
Donna Jean 210 
Doris Jean 209, 210 
Douglas Harold 210 
Elsie Pauline 209, 210 
George Ralph 209, 210 
Mina Elaine 209 
Paul 209, 210 
Philip 209 
Phillip Carl 210 
Robert Lowell 210 
William Preston 209 
Willis Parker 210 
BABCOCK 

Florence 262 



BAILEY 

Mrs. Amanda Malvina 83 

Eli 45 

Eli J, 27, 45 

Elizabeth 70, 71 

Mrs. Esther W. 158 

Jacob 70 

James 158 

Johnson 45 

Joseph 27, 45 

Joseph J, 27 

Joseph Taylor 45 

Mary 158 

Samuel P. 158 
BAKER 

Abbie 124 

Abigail 168, 169 

Allison 124 

Dorothy 15 

James Eugene 124 

Lewis 124 

Lydia Janretta 124 

Margaret 77, 78 

Thomas 124, 168 

T. Xanthus 124 
BALDWIN 

Barbara Jean 284 

Edward Post 283 

Elizabeth Ann 284 

Robert Dodge 283 

Robert Edward 284 .. 
BALLENGER 

Grace Irene 324, 325 
BANNING 

Charlotte 80, 82 
BARCLAY 

Rachel 55 
BARGER 

David 328 

Jill Ann 328 
Robert Duane 328 
Robert Mark 328 



350 



BARKER 

Mrs. Elizabeth 42 
Elizabeth C. 42 
William 42 
BARNARD 

Dinah 57, 58 
Elizabeth Myrtle 333 
Joseph 57 
Mrs. Mary 57 
BARNES 

Catherine Elizabeth 254 
John H. 169 
Joseph S. 254 
Katie B. 169 
Rebecca 117 
Mrs. Sarah 117 
William 117 
BARNHART 

Mary Jane 328 
BARRATT 

Harold 346 
Leigh Richard 346 
Mrs. Lillian 346 
BARTH 

Ida Pearl 270 
BARTON 

Anna Elizabeth 163, 164 
John McMichael 163 
BASHORE 

Elizabeth 255 
BATES 

Candace Sue 319 
Jennifer Lynn 319 
Jerry Brooks 319 
Jerry Brooks, Jr. 319 
Lloyd G. 319 
BATTIN 

Mrs. Amy 97 
John 97 
Lydia Ann 97 
BAYLESS 

Lona 289 
BEALL 

Dorothea 305 



George 226 

John C. 226 
BEAN 

Charles Wallen 284 

James Christopher 284 

John Douglas 284 

Orvon Ray 284 

Wallen Lovet 284 
BECKER 

Rosie Marie 318 
BECKMAN 

Frank 293 

Hazel 293 
BENEDICT 

Mariette 129 

Russell 129 

Samuel T. 129 

William Jackson 129 
BENNETT 

Richard 8, 10, 17 

Victoria Vietta 258 

Virgie Jane 345 
BEST 

Edith Elaine 322 
BEVERLY 

Mary 66 
BINGHAM 

Bert 259 
BIPPUS 

Emma 255 
BIRD 

Mary Elizabeth 218 
BISSELL 

John 47 
BLACK 

Kevin Paul 324 

Paul Richard 324 

Sheree Lynette 324 
BLAKE 

Beulah Maxine 274, 334 

Cindy Mae 335 

Ellen Imogene 274 

Geraldine Virginia 274, 
335 



351 



BLAKE (continued) 

Harold Edward 274 

Mrs. 89 

Myrtle Faye 2 74, 334 

Paul Harold 274, 335 

Robert Samuel 274 

Violet Marie 274 
BLANEY 

Ruth 285 
BOAK 

Mrs. Elizabeth 114, 115 

John 114 

Mary L. 114, 115 
BOGARD 

Florence Elene 245, 308 

Freda Louise 245, 308 

Graden Winfield 245 

Harry Lonzo 244, 245 

Kathryne Neoma 245 

Lillian Irene 245, 307 

Mary Alice 245, 307 

Ray LaMont 245 

Roy Lee 245 

Willis Robert 245, 308 
BOGGESS 

Beulah 210 
BOND 

Arthur L. 262 

Emma Mary 262 
BONNELL 

Janet Joan 310 

Malanee L. 310 
BONNER 

Dora F. 245 
BONNETT 

Margaret Delores 326 

Ralph 326 
BONSALL 

Edward 29 

Mrs. Hannah 29 

Mary 29, 30 
BONZI 

Lilly 321 



BOOTH 

Marylee 236 
BORN 

Hazel 214 

Hugh 214 
BOSTOCK 

William 14 
BOWERS 

Charles F. 255 

Mabel Lillian 245, 246 

Madge Virginia 255 

Wilson L. 245 
BOYLES 

Garrett 241 

Tina 241 
BOYNTON 

Mrs, Anna Mae 82, 
195 

Clinton 192 

George W, 192 
BRADFORD 

Lydia 74 
BRAGG 

Susan Ann 345 

Thomas 345 

Thomas Lee 345 
BRAKE 

Betty Jane 205, 281 

Carl Edward 280, 337 

Carol Joan 283 

Dale Eugene 281 

Deborah Louise 283 

Donald Robert 205, 281 

Donna Marie 281 

Gladys 205 

Glen Dale 205, 280 

Glen Dale, Jr. 280 

Jonathan Richard 283 

Judith Ann 281 

Judson 205 

Lawrence Paul 282 

Marguerite Ann 280, 337 
338 



352 



BRAKE (continued) 

Marian 205, 206 

Marion Dorothy 280,337 

Martin Donald 281 

Michael Scott 282 

Neal Scott 280 

Richard Lee 281 

Richard Norton 205,282, 
283 

Robert Craig 282 

Robert Ohley 205, 283 

Roy Mitchell 283 

Ruth Eleanor 205,280,281 

Sherman Douglas 281 

Susan Ann 280 

Wanda Evelyn 205,279,280 

William Howard 280 

William McDonald 205,282 

William Ohley 205 

William Randolph 282 
BRAND 

Mary Ann 231, 232 

Virginia Dare 147 

William Harrison 147 
BRANSON 

Virginia R. 298 
BRASHEAR 

Barrick 26 
BRAUN 

John Edward 273 

Marie 273 
BREWER 

Alfred Joe 248 

Alfred Warren 247, 312 

Alta Ellen 187, 244, 245 

Anna 202 

Arlene Louise 244, 306 

Arthur Gordon 241, 298 

Arthur Lee 186, 241 

Bernice Elaine 243, 305 

Beulah Leah 243, 306 

Billy Edward 310 

Candace Lee 297 

Carl Deamor 246, 310 



Charles Orville 240 
Charles Oval 187,245,246 
Charles Thomas 310 
Charles Wilson 246, 310 
Cheryl Ann 311 
Clarence Vance 187, 247 
Clarissa Jean 241, 296 
Clem Ellsworth 187, 244 
Clifford Dale 242, 301 
Cynthia 298 

David Paul 242, 300, 301 
Deborah Lynn 310 
Delora Mildred 246, 309 
Denver Lee 247, 311, 312 
Dona Katharyn 241, 298 
Donna Lucille 343, 344 
Doris Pauline 247, 313 
Dorothy Elizabeth 241,297 
Dorothy Mae 246, 311 
Edward Emory 187, 244 
Elvira Winnie 187, 248 
Ervin L. 187 
Garnet Lucille 247, 312 
Gary Eugene 312 
George Lee 241, 297 
Gordon Lewis 300 
Harry John 241, 296, 297 
Harry John, Jr. 297, 342, 

343 
Harvey Lee 242, 300 
Hattie Marie 242,299,300 
Jacqueline Christine 312 
James Bruce 312 
Jeffery Mark 302 
Jestus Demar 186,241,242 
Joe Wilbur 247 
John Lindsay 186, 243 
Kenneth Alvin 343 
Laura Elizabeth 186, 242 
Lena Faye 246, 311 
Lewis Eugene 241, 299 
Louise Kathryn 246, 309 
Madalyn Kristina 241, 298 
Major ie Emory 244, 306 



353 



BREWER (continued) 




Mary L. 187, 245 




Mary Lorena 242, 301 


Michael Keefe 343 




Nante 297, 343 




Norma Colleen 242, 


302 


Nerval Odgar 187,246,247 


Ora Albert 187,247 


,248 


Robert Eugene 246, 


310 


Roberta Faye 248 




Ronald Eugene 312 




Rosalee 241, 299 




Terry Paul 301 




Thomas Boyd 343 




Vicky Jean 311 




Virchie Mae 187, 249 


Virginia Maggie 187, 248 


Vivian Ruth 247 




Wanda Lerlene 248, 


313 


William Bryan 187, 


246 


William M. 186, 187 


BRICKERHOFF 




Helen 155 




BRIDGE 




Murle Louise 342 




BRIDGES 




Styles 264 




BRIGGS 




Ollie Luella 926 




BRINTON 




Agnes Ewing 171 




Alfred 114, 168 




Alice 116, 173 




Alice Ferree 219 




Amy Sartain 167 




Anna Gilpin 220 




Anna H. 115 




Anna S. 116, 173 




Calvin Cooper 168, 


221 


Charles Edgar 115, 


170 


Clara 114, 169 




Clement Starr 168, 


219 


Cyrus 63, 115 




David Bird 218 





Edith 168 
Edna 168, 220, 221 
Edna Hall 170 
Edwin P. 114, 169 
Elizabeth 171, 223 
Elizabeth Conard 172 
Elizabeth Marie 222 
Elizabeth Moyer 218 
Ellen Starr 168, 220 
Emma 114, 166, 167 
Estella 116, 174 
Ethel 116 
Frances Cooper 172 
Francis Darlington 168, 

219, 220 
Francis W. 115 
Gene 221 
Grace 173 

Harry Cawley 167, 218 
Helen Alice 169, 223 
Helen Erskine 171 
Henry 114, 167 
Howard 114, 168, 169 
Howard Thomas 222 
Irwin Mushidi 222 
James Clyde 169, 222 
James Ellwood 222 
James Henry 218 
James J. 63, 114 
Jesse Read 167 
John Henry 169, 223 
John Taylor 171 
Joseph 63 

Letita Florine 168, 221 
Lewis 63, 114, 115, 169, 

222 
Louisa Kamima 222 
Lucy C, 116, 172 
Luther Thomas 172 
Lydia Susan 115, 171 
Mabel Boak 170 
Margaret Teal 223 
Martha Alice 115 
Mary Ann 63, 115, 116 



354 



BRINTON (continued) 

Maurice J. 116, 173 

Maurice Jackson 173 

Rebecca 123 

Richard Wagner 169 

Rilla Crothers 171 

Rilla W. 115 

Robert Ferree 168, 220 

Russell Lytle 167 

Ruth Hoopes 219 

Samuel 63 

Samuel L. 114, 167, 168 

Samuel Thatcher 219 

Samuel Whitson 172 

Susanna 63 

Thomas Baker 169, 222 

Thomas Luther 115 

Walter 115, 170 

Willard Cope 168 

William Haslam 115, 171 

William P. 63, 116 
BRITTON 

Mary Jane 185 
BROOKS 

Homer C. , Jr. 213 

Homer Cramer 213 

James 75 

Mrs. Phebe Ann 75 

William 213 
BROOMWELL 

Alice May 120 

Alice Way 120 

Charles Melvin 120 

Edward G. 120 

Isaac 120 

Miriam 120 

Pauline 120 
BROS I US 

Anna Mary 124 

Elnora 124 

Idella 124 

J. Howard 173 

Joseph H. 124 



Mahlon 124 

Mahlon G. 173 

Marriott H. 174 

Mrs. Mary 124 

Mary E. 174 

William B. 174 

W. Pusey 174 
BROWN 

Agnes 170 

Mrs. Annie Mae 216 

Clara 216 

Mrs. Elizabeth 165 

Ellen 165 

Emily Charlotte 182 

James 216 

John 182 

John W. 165 

Laura Harvey 159 

Mary Pearl 284 

Samuel Townsend 159 

Verline 216, 217 

William H. 159 

Wister Parker 159 
BRYANT 

Charlotte Ethel 283 
BUCKLEY 

Alice J. 64 

Benjamin P. 63, 64 

Benjamin W. 64 

Ellen 64 

James J, 64 

Lewis B. 64 

Lydia B. 64 

Mary J. 64 

Rebecca E. 64 

Sarah Ann 64 

William P. 64 
BURCHINAL 

Alene 150 

Irene S. 150 
BURDETTE 

Lewis A. 251 

Mary Elizabeth 251, 252 



355 



BURDINE 

Lewis Fountain 256 

Pansy Virginia 256, 257 
BURGESS 

Earl Denzil 192 

Pansy Marie 192, 261 
BURLEIGH 

Charles C. 74 

Charles C. , Jr. 74 

Edward D. 74 

Rinaldo 74 

Theresa 74 
BUTLER 

Howard Henry 308 

Leslie Paul 308 

Wesley Boyd 308 
BYARD 

Albert Lee 308 

Don L. 245 

Frances Carolyn 308 

John Randall 308 

Myurldean Inez 245, 309 

Steven Lee 308 
CADWALLADER 

Lydia 163 

Rees 37 
CAHILL 

Catherine 204 
CAIN 

Catherine 142 

Donna Beatrice 272 

John 138, 142 

Joseph Michael 273 

Joseph Webster 200, 273 

Lawrence 200, 272, 273 

Linda Sue 273 

Lydia Ann 138, 139, 239 

Mark Edward 2 73 

Mary 270 

Richard Lee 273 

Veril Walter 200, 272 

Virgil Walker 200, 272 

William A. 200 



CALES 

Elmer James 306 

Gregory Lee 306 

Lloyd W, 306 

Phillip Lloyd 306 
CALHOUN 

Andrew 255 

Cora J. 205 

George Homer 255 

Homer Ellwood 255,320,321 

Joyce Elaine 321 

Phillip Andrew 320 

Richard Wayne 320 

Robert Duane 321 

Roger Allen 320 

Walter Andrew 255, 320 

William Dean 320 
CALLAHAN 

Thursa 80, 81, 82 
CALVERT 

Nellie 293 
CAMPBELL 

Elizabeth 94 

Jessie 205 
CANBY 

Samuel 47 
CANN 

Margaretta Moore 172 
CARNS 

R. W. 156 

William J, 156 
CARPENTER 

Ruth Lorraine 299 

William R. 299 
CARR 

Anthony 335 

Dorothy Mae 335, 336 
CATCHINGS 

Charles Dwyane 313 

Glen Charles 313 

Olen Calvin 313 

Teresa Diane 313 



356 



CAWLEY 

Abraham 167 

Rachel M. 167 
CECIL 

Martha Blanche 277 
CHALFANT 

Chads 25 

Elizabeth 238 
CHAMBERS 

Amy 59, 108 

Mrs. Amy 59 

Annie Viola 202 

Barbara Vaugh 202, 203 

Benjamin Franklin 202 

Bobbie Joe 277 

Charles P. 109 

Charlotte Agnes 202,203 

Corella Lucille 202,276 
277 

Deborah 5 9 

Deborah P. 109 

Dorothy Hope 202 

Elroy 202 

Fortha 202, 275 

Georgia Myrrl 202, 276 

Goldie Verna 202, 275 

Henry Earl 202, 276 

Henry Earl, Jr. 276 

Hobson 109 

Ira Buster 202,275,276 

James C. 109 

John P. 123 

John T. 123 

John T. , Jr. 124 

Joseph 59 

Joseph C. 109 

Joseph P. 59, 109 

Lydia 59 

Mabel Virginia 202,274 

Mahlon 59, 109 

Mary Ann 59 

Mary Jane 277 

Phebe A. 109 

Phillip 109 



Roberta Eloise 202, 275 

Robert J. 276, 277 
Rosamond 124 

Sarah 59 

Sarah B. 109 

Susanna 68 
Mrs, Susanna 68 

Thomas L. 109 

Vicky Lynn 2 76 
Wanda Jean 276 

Wayne Eugene 27 7 

William 68, 202, 203 
CHANDLER 

Jesse 35 

Mrs, Martha 35 

Otto Virgil 298 

Ralph Peak 298 

Sarah Parker 192 
CHAPLIN 

B. M. 211 

Virginia 211 
CHAPMAN 

Augusta Ursula 92 

Frank Jackson 92 

Lucretia A. 92 

Maria Louisa 92 

Samuel Jackson 92, 93 
CHIPPS 

Bessie 226 
CHRISTY 

Clyde 344 

James Gray 344 

Linda Kay 344 
CHURCH 

Annie 189 

Jessie Edith 319 

Samuel 47 
CIAL 

Mary Virginia 319 
CIANFROCCA 

Gary Wayne 319 

John Bruce 319 

John Dominick 319 

Lorenzo 319 



357 



CLARK 

Maria 220 

Mary Ann 156 
CLARKSON 

Mary 0. 210 
CLAYTON 

Anna May 128 

Clifford Davis 128 

Edith 69, 127 

Estella Ruhaney 128 

Mrs. Hannah 112 

Isaac 69 

Isaac Ellwood 69 

Jacob 69, 112 

Josiah J. 69, 127 

Maria L. 112 

Mrs. Mary 69 

Sarah 69 

Theodore Ellwood 128 
CLEMENT 

Mary E. 183 
CLEWETT 

Debra Deanna 260 

Paul Gerald 260 

Susanna Laurie 260 
CLIFTON 

lona Day 322 
CLINGMAN 

Blanch 237 
C LOUGH 

Lavina 192 
COFFINDAFFER 

Ina Germaine 210 

Russell Smith 210 
COLGATE 

Ida M. 224 
COLLETT 

Jeremiah 2 
COLLINS 

Anna 233 

John 233 
COMLY 

Deborah 219 



CONARD 

Elizabeth 171 

Ellen 220 

Sidney 116 
CONDON 

Maude 292 
CONNELL 

Eva 273 
CONNER 

Lula B. 147 
COOK 

Correne June 308 

Dr. Roy Bird IV 
COOKES 

Katherine J 262 
COOPER 

Ann 33, 34 

Hannah 30 

Jael 109 

John 33 

Joseph 109 

Mark P. 116 

Mary E. 116 

Mrs. Rebecca 33 

Mrs. Sarah 109 

William 30 
COPE 

Abiah 95, 96 

Daniel 96 

David J. 96 

Mrs. Jane 95 

Mary Ann 96 

Morris 96 

Samuel 95 

Samuel M. 96 
COPENHAVER 

Daisy Blanche 258 

Edna Opal 300 
CORE 

John Lee 208 
CORNELL 

Charles Clayton 279 

Clayton Sumner 279 



358 



CORNELL (continued) 
Linda Kay 279 
Virginia Ann 279 

COTCAMP 

Edward H. 311 
Margaret 311, 312 

COULTAS 

Viletta 298 

COURSEN 

Jane D. 75, 76 

COUSINS 

Diana Lee 323 

COWLEY 

Melissa 233 
Melissa A. 234 

COX 

Ellis 287 
Mrs. Mary 8 
Rebecca 20 
Sarah Margaret 287 
Thomas 8 

COZART 

Curtis Allen 306 
Emily Jane 306 
George Curtis 306 
Michele Elaine 
Stephen Neil 306 

CRAIG 

C. A. 151 
Charles 151 

CRAVATH 

Bessie N. 121 
Erastus M. 121 
Erastus Miles 121 
Orin 121 
Paul D. 121 
William J. 

CREW 

Micajah 37 

CROMWELL 

Oliver 228 

CROOK 

Hannah 96 



121, 122 



CROSS 

Barbara Jane 254, 320 

Betty Lou 252, 316 

Carolyn Ruth 253 

Constance Lynn 253 

David Glenn 255 

Dealie Forist 188,252,253 

Doris Mae 251, 315 

Edna 188, 253, 254 

Eldon Leon 254 

Everett Edward 188, 254 

Florence Dorothy 188, 249 

Frances Oretta 188 

Frank Lester 188, 253 

Freda 188 

Jesse 187 

Jesse Calvin 188,249,250, 
251 

John Lewis 188, 251, 252 

Joseph Ellwood 254 

Keith Edward 316 

Kerman Ralph 188,254,255 

Lindsay 187 

Martha Jane 253, 319 

Mildred Anne 253, 319 

Nancy Alice 316 

Perry Elmer 188, 252 

Raymond Walter 252, 315, 
316 

Raymond Walter, Jr. 316 

Searoba Dolerene 252,316, 
317 

Waleah Neoma 252, 316 

Wayne Calvin 251 
CROWE 

Elsie M. 212 
CULLISON 

Ellen Nora 305 
CUNNINGHAM 

Albert 316 

Charles Edward 316 

Charlotte 335 

Debbie Sue 335 



359 



CUNNINGHAM (continued) 

Jack Dean 334 

Joyce Ann 335 

Sherry Aaron 316 
CURTIS 

George Henry 278, 279 

Gregory Antoine 336 

Nanette Yvonne 336 

Silas Eugene 2 78 

Theodore James 279, 335, 
336 
CUSTER 

Charlotte 196 
CUYKENDALL 

Goldie 280 
DAILY 

Ina 221 
DANE I ELD 

Marie 163 
DANN 

Charles Arthur 288 

Charles Arthur, Jr. 288, 
289 

Charles Arthur III 289 

Doris Comrie 289, 340 

Mary Frances 289,339,340 
DARLINGTON 

Anna May 160 

Bessie R. 161 

Catherine Paxson 134 

Charles 160 

Elisha 95, 160 

Ella 160 

Evan J. 160 

Frank 160 

Franklin 121 

Frederick 121 

Frederick William 134 

George 95, 160 

Henry 160 

Joseph 95, 161 

Joseph B, 94 

Josephine 160 

Joseph J. 95 



Joshua 121 
Laura 160 
Lena 160 
Mary A. 161 
Mary Lewis 134 
Minnie 161 
Phillip Jackson 121 
Sally 161 
Stephen Paxson 134 
Wayne McVeagh 134 
William 134 
William H. 161 
William S, 160 
DAVIDSON 

James E. 259 
Raymond John 259, 260 
DAVIES 

Annie Lee 229 

David G. 228 

David William 229 

Helen Roslyn 229 

John Utt 229 
Mary Rebecca 229 

Richard Errett 229 

Robert Walter 229 

Ruth Camille 229 

Virginia Belle 228 

William 228 
DAVIS 

Abner 126 

Caroline 140 

Gilbert 293, 294 

Hannah 50, 51 

Isaac L. 78, 79 

James L. 79 

Joseph 140 

Josephine 126 

Mary R. 79 

Myrtle 209 

Nancy 208 

Richard 293 

Victoria V. 79 
DeFRAIN 

Mary Mahal ey 278 



360 



DELANEY 

Sylvania 252 
DeMOSS 

Mary 145 
DENNIS 

Anna Kathryn 295 
Edwin Lowrey 295 
Warren Cameron 295 
Warren Cameron, Jr. 295 
Warren Cameron III 295 
DETWILER 

Catherine 120 
DEVINE 

John 185 
Mary Ann 185, 186 
DICKINSON 

Margaret 119 
DINGLE 

John 204 
Nell Marie 204 
DIXON 

Bessie Alice 213 
Henry 26, 49 
John 20, 113 
Maria E. 113 
Mrs. Mary 113 
Miller J. 61 
Nancy 83 
Nellie 268 
Rebecca 20, 28, 61 
Mrs. Ruth 26, 46 
Thomas 61 
DOAN 

Mrs. Esther 98 
Helen Luann 217 
Henry Charles 217 
Henry Clyde 217 
Jan Jackson 217 
Lewis A. 217 
Ruth 98 
Thomas 98 
DOCHTER 

Elizabeth Josephine 221 



John B. 221 

Mary Ellen 221 

Rachel Myra 221 

William 221 
DONALDSON 

Nancy 47 
DORFER 

Arthur J. 282 

Marion Louise 282, 283 
DOWNEY 

Clara Alice 199 

William Henry 199 
DOWNING 

160 



Emma S , 
DUGAN 

Tacie 198 
DUGGAN 

Elizabeth 92 

Col. George 92 

Robert 0. 92 

Thomas 92 
DUGMORE 

Asa John 265 

Betty Jane 265 

George 265 
DUNCAN 

A. I. 190 

Theola Belle 190 
DUNLAP 

Margaret May 335 
DUNN 

Alfred Paul 208 

Ira 207 

Martha 182 

Richard Dale 208, 285 

Robert Allen 208 

Roy Alfred 207, 208 
DUNNINGTON 

Bremer W. 319 

Charles William 319 

Gregory Charles 320 

Randall William 320 



361 



DYKEMAN 

Edward 214 
EARLYWINE 

Ann Elizabeth 138, 142 
EASTERDAY 

Mary 309 
EAVENSON 

Basle 201 

Bhula Delia 201, 274 

Landy Luther 201 
EDGELL 

Audra 325 

Joyce Lynne 310 

Percy 310 
EIMERS 

Edwin John 259 

John 259 

John Richard 259, 325 

John Richard II 325 
ELBON 

Mahala 226 
ELLIOTT 

Fred Jefferson 296 

Freeda Moselle 296,297 
ELLIS 

Norman H. 270, 271 

Richard Garland 271 
ELLISON 

Gertrude R. 205,278,279 

Helen Virginia 205, 279 

Hugh Campbell 205 

Thelma Jane 205, 279 

William A. 205 
EMBREE 

Lillie D. 178 
EMERY 

Eldra Lea 332 

John William 332 
ENGEL 

Waldron 343 

Wayne Eugene 343, 344 
ENGLISH 

Anne 140 



ENTREKIN 

Alice 173 

J. Reese 173 

Norman R. 173 

Paul Brinton 173 
EVANS 

Ann 54, 55 

Ardith 341 

Eldon Paul 341 

Margaret 266 

William 341 
EVERLY 

Elizabeth 150 
EWING 

Elizabeth 170 

John 170 
FABER 

Rose 153 
FARMER 

Cyril Jackson 193, 262 

Cyril Jay 262, 326 

Dorothy Violet 193, 262 
263 

Jerry Nelson 262, 326 
327 

Lucinda Joe 326 

Lyndan Howard 265 

Lyndan Taylor 192, 193 

Norman Chandler 193, 262 

Oakley Milo 193, 263, 
264, 265 

Ralph Nelson 326 

Richard Taylor 265 

Sue Ann 326 

Thomas C, 192 

William Jon 326 
FEGER 

Elizabeth 53 
FENTON 

John 104 

Mrs. Mary 104 

Mary P. 104 



362 



FERRELL 

James Ophie 151 
FISHER 

George Shuman 314 

Marie 265 

Sarah Jeannette 314 
FITZGERALD 

Charlotte Veronica 340 
FLEMING 

Archibald 47 

John 47 

John Roger 47 

Verlinda Robey 47,48,49 

William 47 
FLINT 

Aubrey 302 

Robert Wayne 302 
FLOWER 

Richard 12 
FLUHARTY 

George W. 316 

John George 316 

Paul Burton 316 

Rosa 312 

Sheila Frances 316 
FORD 

Vivian Ruth 316 
FORDYCE 

Evelyn Agnes 266 
FORSYTHE 

Joseph Bailey 27 
FOSS 

Alvin F. 174 

Mabel Augusta 174, 175 
FRAZIER 

Helen Rita 272 
FREY 

Lulu M. 282 
FRY 

Provost Marshal, U.S. 159 
FRYE 

Elizabeth Catherine 320 

Jesse Eugene 320 

Jesse Lee 320 



Rebecca Jane 320 
FURBEE 

Charles Dewayne 330 

Deborah Kay 331 

Lucinda 197 

Sandre Faye 331 
FURST 

George 135, 136 
GALENTON 

Sarah E. 85, 86 
CANS 

Anna 79, 136, 137, 144 

Benjamin 78 

Elizabeth 79, 137, 138 

Elma 79 

Ernest 137 

John D. 79, 137 

Josiah 79 

Margaret 79 

Mary A. 137 

Oliver 79 

William 78, 79 

William G. 137 
GARNER 

Ella 195 
GARRETT 

Alice 7 

Helen 222 
GARRISON 

Pearl Bessie 316 
CAUSE 

Mary Ann 66 

William 66 
GAVAZZO 

Carol Marie 342 

Frank 342 
GEHO 

Mrs. Elizabeth 80 

Jacob 80 
GIBSON 

Etta 155 

John L. 155 

Rebecca 148 



363 



GIDALINGS 

Sarah 182 
GILBERT 

Charles Alexander 241 

Maggie Esta 241, 242 

Marie Virginia 247 

William R. 247 
GILLESPIE 

James 23, 24 
GILPIN 

Mayor (Philadelphia) 119 
GLASER 

August John 261 

Kathy Ann 261 

Mary Jane 261 

Robert John 261 
GLEASON 

Carolyn Belinda 328 

David Fenwick 266, 328 

James Emmett 266 

Michael Emmett 328 

Nancy Lee 266, 328 
GLYNN 

Goldya R. 297 
GOOD 

Benjamin 128 

James M. 128 

Jane S. 128 

Mary W. 128 

Mrs. Sarah A. 128 
GOODWELL 

Hulda 280 
GORBY 

Edith Alvarettia 199 

Joseph M. 253, 254 
GORDON 

Phoebe 147 
GRAHAM 

Henry H. 12 
GRAVES 

Amanda 65 
Bayard T. 117 
Edith R. 118 



Edith W. 117 

Edward 117 

Elizabeth 65 

Mrs. Elizabeth 65 

Ella P. 117 

Everett 118 

Frank P. 117 

Fred P. 118 

Harvey 65, 117, 118 

Howard L. 117 

Jackson 65 

Jacob 65 

Jacob B. 117 

Josiah J. 65, 117 

Lillian 118 

Luther 117 

Mary Ann 65 

Mary Lizzie 117 

Nathan 65 

Sallie Florence 117 

Samuel 65 

William Lea 118 

William S. 65 
GRAY 

Ruth 209 

William 209 
GREASLY 

Rachel 35 
GREGG 

Sarah 90 
GRIFFITH 

Jane Greasly 35 

John 35 
GRIFFITTS 

Mary 77 

William F. 77 
GROVE 

Clara Emma 88 

Cora Mabel 154 

David 88 

E. Guy 155 

Elmira 88, 154 

Everett P. 153, 154 



364 



GROVE (continued) 

Jeremiah 88, 153 

Jesse 88, 153 

John 88, 155 

Joseph 87, 88 

Josephine 221 

Joseph Ray 153 

Lucian 88, 154 

Mary 88, 155 

Minerva 88 

Rebecca 89 

Samantha 88, 154, 155 

Sarah Ettie 154 

Watts Leigh 155 

William L. 154 
GUMP 

Lillian Arlene 314 

William Shelby 314 
GUNN 

Allen Blaine 322 

Roscoe Blaine 322 
GUSEMAN 

Christy 206 
HACKER 

Edna 341, 342 
HADDEN 

Delia Ota 180 
HAINES 

Arley Lewis 270 

David Lawrence 270 

(Judge) 40 

Lewis Jackson 270 

Mary England 115 
HALL 

Jacob 1, VI 

Judith Ann 278 

Julias Bliss 230 

Joseph 1 

Josiah 96 

Maria 161 

Mrs. Martha 162 

Mary Florence 230 

Michael Columbus 204 



Myra Maria 204, 277, 278 

Nathan 96, 161 

Robert 162 

Roy Olney 204 

Roy Olney, Jr. 204, 278 

Roy Olney III 278 

Sarah 1 

Tacy 162 
HAMILTON 

Jacqueline 275, 276 

Mary 48 

Mrs. Ruth 48 

William 48 
HAMMON 

William 4 
HAMMOND 

Mary Wolf 178 

Milly 88 
HAND 

Eula 299 
HANNAH 

Harry Everett 157 

Hugh L. 90 

James 90 

James William 90 

Samuel Eddy 90, 156, 157 
HANST 

Charles Edward 153 

Gene Estella 153, 217 

Harry 153 
HARAY 

Andrea Helen 274 

Andrew 274 
HARDAWAY 

Dr. A. Moorman 210 

Charles Jackson 211 

Frances Ackley 211 

Dr. Julian R. 210, 211 

Thomas Pierce 211 
HARMER 

Martha 114 
HARNER 

Mary Elizabeth 83 



365 



HARNER (continued) 
Philip 83 
Mrs. Sarah 83 

HARPER 

Anna M, 111 
B. Franklin 111 
Horance J. W. Ill 
I. Phillips 111 
J. C. B. Ill 
John 111 
Mrs. Mary 111 
Samuel 111 

HARRISON 

Lawrence 21 

HARROLD 

Ellen Belle 321 

HARTLEY 

Lydia 83, 84 
Robert 83 

HARTMAN 

Beverly Ann 215 
Elizabeth 184, 185 
George F. C. 184 
Harland 214, 215 

HARTZELL 

Bernice Eileen 333 

HARVEY 

Anna P. 110 
Mrs. Esther 110 
Job 49 
Samuel 110 
Thomas 8 
Thomas M. 110 
Wm. B. 8 

HARWOOD 

Elizabeth 230 

HATFIELD 
Jacob 141 
Sidney James 313 

HAUGHT 

Lovie Mae 256 
Prudence Anne 253 

HAYHURST 

Anna Rose 325 



Paul 325 

HAZARD 

Mary Pusey 220 

Vincent Gilpin 220 
HEALD 

Mrs. Hannah 61 
Joseph 61 
Ruth 61 

HEALY 

Mrs. Mary Florence 230 
HEATH 

Irene 304 
HENDERSHOT 

Sarah Frances 240 
HENDERSON 

Mary Leonore 318 
HENRY 

Jane 74 
HERSHMAN 

Elmer R, 149 

Louise Almira 149 
HEYES 

Jonathan 2 
HIBBS 

Rebecca Ann 187 
HICKERSON 

Lucy Jane 244 

Samuel G. 244 
HILL 

Charles Ronald 214 

Victor 213, 214 
HILLBERRY 

Chalon Clark 274 

Okey 202 

Okey Clark 201, 202 

Samuel 202 

William Yost 202, 274 
HILLES 

Annie 99 

Benjamin 99 

Catherine 99 
Charles 99 
David 57 



366 



HILLES (continued) 

Edwin 100 

Elizabeth 99 

Ephraim Leake 100 

George K. 100 

Jesse 57 

Jesse K. 99 

Levi B. 99 

Linford 100 

Mary 99, 100 

Mary A. 57, 99 

Nathan 100 

Samuel 99 

Samuel Wilson 100 

William 57, 99, 100 

Willie 99 
HIPPLE 

Mary 75, 76 
HITZ 

Emma G. 169 
HOBSON 

Martha 115 

Mary Jane 173 
HODGSON 

Mark A. , Jr. 172 

Sophia Duffield 172 
HOFMAN 

Andrew Charles 271 

Mrs. Anna 270 

Douglas Joseph 271 

Frank 2 70 

Janice Louise 271 

Joseph J. 270, 271 
HOGUE 

Carrie Vandervort Ann 
183 
HOLCOMBE 

Grace Edna 274 
HOLLINGSWORTH 

Elizabeth 33 

Thomas 33 
HOLSTON 

Joshua R. 90 



HOOD 

Asa Hull 223 

James 8, 119 

Mary Ella 119 

Richard 119 
, Roll and 8 

Thomas 119 

William Brinton 223 

William R. C. 119 
HOOPES 

Arthur Herbert 299 

Connie Jo 299 

Eugene Henry 299 

Eugene Henry, Jr. 299 

Henry Herbert 299 

Israel 61 

Jabez 97 

Jane 57 

Joshua 1 

Katrina Kaye 299 

Levi, MD. 219 

Lydia Ann 97 

Retta Williams 219 

Susanna 61 
HORNER 

Mary Virginia 241 
HOSKINSON 

George 185 

Thomas J. 185 
HOUGH 

Amos 43 

Anna 43 

Mrs. Elizabeth 43 

Richard 2 
HOWARD 

B. Franklin 283 

Heather Anne 283 
HOWELL 

Deborah 219, 220 

Joshua R. 219 
HOY 

Nellie Mae 326 



367 



HOYER 

Rachel Brua 224 
HOYLE 

Benjamin 162 

Hannah 162 

Mrs. Mary 162 
HUDSON 

Charles Henry 279 

James William 280, 336, 
337 

William Henry 279, 280 
HUGHES 

Alvaroe Glenn 152, 153 

Ann Louise 217 

David 55 

Edwin C. 97 

Elizabeth 55 

Ellis 55, 98 

Esther 98 

Gertrude May 310 

Helen Louise 153, 216 

Jackson 55, 97 

Joseph Jackson 98 

Lewis 152 

Louise Ellen 98 

Mary E. 97 

Morris 98 

Myra Maria 204 

Robert Glenn 153, 216, 
217 

Robert Glenn, Jr. 217 

Sarah 55 

Susan Emma 98 

William 55 

William, Jr. 55, 56 

William H. 97 
HUMBERT 

Harry C. 247 

Verna Marie 247, 248 
HUMPHREY 

Shirley Lantz 341 
HUNT 

Dorothy Grace 280 

Homer Howard 280 



Mary 100 

Mrs. Rachel 100 

Thomas 100 
HUYETT 

Albert H. 279 

John Paul 279 

Nancy Jane 279 

Paul H. 279 
ICE 

Delpha 257 

Elmer E. 244 

Emma Laverna 244 

Jerry Lee 330 

Leslie 330 

Mary Elizabeth 330 

Ricky Kay 330 

Stanley Eugene 330 
IGNEW 

Mary 7 
INGOLD 

Sarah 249 
IRWIN 

Thaddeus Stevens, M.D. 
174 

T, Stevens, Jr. 174 
I SHAM 

Opal Lerlene 247, 248 
JACKSON 

Abigail 126 

Abigail N, 52, 93 

Abner Davis 126 

Adeline 136 

Alfred H, 127, 177 

Alice 11, 12, 13, 17, 19, 
20, 35, 40, 41, 70, 129 

Alice E, 67, 123 

Alice Elizabeth 158 

Alice Marie 199 

Alice Rebecca 123 

Alice W, 34 

Allen Lewis 257, 323 

Alonzo 80, 142, 196, 197 

Amanda 44 

Amanda Malvina 48, 83 



368 



JACKSON (continued) 
Amos Hough 43 
Andrew, General 24 
Ann 14, 28, 29 
Anna 42, 68, 77, 126 
Anna Mae 140, 192, 193 
Anna R. 114 
Ann Louisa 48, 49 
Arthur 143, 199 
Arthur Garfield 287 
Artridge P. 36, 71 
Asa 193 

Asa Alonzo 82, 141, 142 
Asa Banning 140, 193 
Barbara Ann 2 72 
Barbara Anne 323 
Barclay 55 
Barclay R. 64 
Beatrice 143, 200 
Benjamin 97 
Benjamin F. 136 
Benjamin Franklin 48, 

77, 78 
Benjamin Hoy 211 
Benjamin Rush 91 
Benjamin Sharpless 29, 

53, 54 
Bertha Kirkwood 126 
Bertha May 142, 196 
Bessie Edrie 197, 269 
Betty Louise 257, 324 
Blanch Winfield 158 
Bonsall 29, 30 
Caleb 13 
Caleb H. 67, 123 
Caleb Samuel 123 
Caleb Sharpless 34, 66, 

67 
Carl Edwin 189, 256, 

257 
Carney Brand 210 
Caroline Joan 265 
Caroline Maud 193, 265 
Carrie Olive 139, 192 



Catherine 19, 38, 39 
Catherine Emma 175, 225 
Charles Alton 149 
Charles Benjamin 51 
Charles Damon 193, 265 
Charles Damon, Jr. 265 
Charles Emory 147, 210 
Charles Leonard 139,185, 

186 
Charles Mortimer 86,147 
Charles Robert 199 
Charles Russell 210 
Charlie 140 
Charlotte Elizabeth 144, 

201 
Cheryl Lynne 322 
Cina Maude 186, 240 
Clara Maria 164 
Clara Priscilla 94 
Clifford 142, 199 
Conrad Feger 53 
Cordelia 71 
Dale Marie 296 
Daniel Alton 86, 148 
Daniel Robinson 48,85,86 
Daniel Wyer 225 
David 14, 30, 55 
David, Jr. 30, 54, 55 
David Evans 96, 164 
David Lee 256 
David Leon 257 
David Richard 149 
David Whitman Wyer 225 
D. C. 176 
Deborah 63 
Diane 271 
Dinah 124 

Donald Joseph 201, 273 
Donald Lloyd 257, 324 
Donald Perry 144, 201 
Donnie Lee 257 
Dorman Abbott 91 
Dugald Caleb 121,174,175 
Dugald Caleb, Jr. 175,225 



369 



JACKSON (continued) 

Dugald Caleb, III 225 
Dyson 97 
Edith 34, 65, 123 
Edith Ann 68 
Edith Estella 191, 260 
Edith Nichols 50 
Edna 86 
Edward 29, 54 
Edward B. 29, 30 
Edward Foulke 70 
Edward Howard 2 72 
Edward McNicholas 200, 

271, 272 
Edwin F. 94 
Edwin P. 62, 113 
Edwin West 89 
Elberta May 164 
Elden Wayne 295 
Eleanor 30, 55 
Elisha 94 
Elisha B. 52 
Elisha Davis 51 
Eliza 54, 68, 124, 168 
Eliza Ann 62 
Elizabeth 4, 7, 16, 28, 

29, 42, 44, 48, 51, 77, 

92, 93 
Elizabeth Ann 96, 270 
Elizabeth Chapman 91,157 
Elizabeth Hart 72,129,130 
Elizabeth Jane 126 
Elizabeth Madge 199 
Elizabeth Nichols 50 
Elizabeth W. 71 
Elizabeth Wyer 225 
Elma 50, 87, 88 
Elsie Jean 265 
Elsie L. 125 
Emily Isabel 89 
Emily Lillian 91 
Emma 113 
Emma C. 136, 180 
Emma Eugene 126 



Emma Florence 164 

Emma Jerome 73, 130 

Emogen 190 

Enos Perry 139, 189 

Ephraim VI, VII, 1, 2, 3, 

4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13, 14, 

16, 17, 30, 33 
Ephraim, Banning 82, 140 
Ephraim Martin 48 
Evan Owen 52, 94 
Evan Owen, Jr. 94 
Evelyn Grace 199, 271 
Felix Mark 200, 271 
Felix Pyles 143, 200 
Flora Belle 84, 146 
Floyd Stanley 241, 296 
Frampton Clarence 126 
Frances 142, 143 
Frances Ann 91 
Francis 70 

Francis Aristides 42, 11 
Genevieve Fay 199 
George B. 78, 135, 136 
George Corydon 158 
George Dayton 86, 150 
George Duggan 91, 157 
George Pomeroy 72 
Gertrude Robinson 72 
Gladys Jane 147, 210, 211 
Gladys Rosemma 180 
Grove Chadwick 48, 87 
Haines 33, 61 
Hannah 11, 12, 18, 19, 

29, 37, 39, 53, 66, 97, 

122, 125 
Hannah Rebecca 36 
Harriet 88, 155, 156 
Harrison 142, 198 
Helen 77, 121, 174 
Helen Gertrude 180, 225 
Helen Majorie 199,270,271 
Helen Virginia 87, 153 
Helen Winifred 191, 261 
Henry C 54 



370 



JACKSON (continued) 
Henry E. 48, 84 
Herbert 88 
Howard H. 127 
Hoy Brown 86,147,148 
Hugh Scarlett 51 
Huldah Velrie 186,239, 

240 
Huson Taylor 123 
Idella May 126 
Irma Loraine 190, 258 
Isaac 12, 14, 18, 19, 

29,30,39,40,51,53 
Isaac Lewis 36 
Isaac P. 63, 113, 114 
Isaac W. 37, 72, 73 
Isabel 71 

Isabel Morrison 177 
Jack Larry 257 
James 10, 11, 17, 18, 

33, 34, 67, 68 
James C. 35, 70 
James Carl 257, 322 
James Donaldson 48, 83, 

84 
James Donaldson, Jr. 84 
James Frederick 91, 157 
James H. 125 
James Howard 177 
James Josiah 68, 126 
James Lloyd 323 
James M. 34, 64 
James Norwood 125 
James R. 64 
James T. 53 
James V. 78 
James William 148, 211 
James William, Jr. 211 
Jane 30, 54 
Jay Edward 212 
Jeffery Lee 324 
Jennetta Josephine 126 
Jennie L. 85, 86 
Jeremiah 34 



Jesse 26, 28, 43, 49, 50, 
79, 82 

Jesse Burton 89 

Jesse Dixon 48 

Jesse J. 87, 151 

Jesse W. 125 

Joe Lynn 257, 323, 324 

John 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 
26, 27, 28, 42, 43, 44, 
48, 51, 52, 62, 63, 148, 

John, Jr. 19 

John C. 34, 62, 63, 94, 
136 

John Evans 14, 55, 96, 97 

John G. 35, 70, 71 

John Howard 126 

John Joseph 212, 286 

John Josiah 80, 81, 138, 
139, 239 

John Lawrence 25 7 

John Price 121, 175, 176 

John Robert 149, 212 

John Rogers 48, 49 

John T. 53 

John West 177 

Jonathan 50 

Joseph 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 
12, 13, 14, 19, 28, 29, 
36, 44, 50, 51, 53, 89, 
94 

Joseph, Jr. 12, 13, 29 

Joseph C. 142, 198 

Joseph D. 84 

Joseph Edward 54 

Joseph Howard 164 

Joseph L. 139 

Joseph M. 14 

Joseph Martin 48, 80, 81 

Joseph Milnes 96, 163 

Joseph Oscar 82, 143 

Joseph P. 114, 166 



371 



JACKSON (Continued) 

Josiah 5, 10, 12, 13, 17, 
18, 26, 28, 29, 34, 42, 
43, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 
51, 52, 55, 66, 67, 77, 
80, 84, 91, 97, 120, 
121, 139, 206 
Josiah Charles 94 
Josiah G. W. A. 48, 82 
Josiah Kennett 177 
Joyce Anita 323 
Judith Ann 273 
Julia 72, 129 
Juliann 48, 77, 78 
Katherine 17, 77 
Katie Anderson 164 
Katie Asneth 139, 188 
Laverna Lee 323 
Leona Jeannieve 272 
Leroy Speakman 177 
Leslie Wallace 152, 215, 

216 
Lesta Ann 191, 259, 260 
Lewis 71 
Lewis Blake 89 
Lidie Ella 164 
Lillie Edyth 190, 258 
Lindsay Alvarious 257, 

324, 325 
Lindsay Elmus 139, 190 
Lloyd Clarence 190, 257 
Lori Lynn 324 
Louise Edna 148, 212 
Lucile Maxine 148, 211, 

212 
Luther Lee 82, 142, 143 
Lydia 17, 32, 33 
Lydia P. 34, 63 
Lydia T. 68 
Maggie 136, 140 
Manerva 48, 82 
Margaret 14, 29, 147 
Margaret B. 66 



Margaret Pearl 191, 260 

Marian 48 

Marilyn Eleane 257 

Marlene Louise 256, 322 

Martha 33, 61 

Martha Eliza 146 

Martha P. 114 

Mary 4, 5, 11, 12, 14, 

15, 17, 18, 19, 28, 30, 

34, 44, 51, 53, 65, 66, 

77, 92, 97 
Mary Ann 34, 55, 63, 64, 

296 
Mary Bernice 158 
Mary Elizabeth 42, 78, 

94, 145, 207, 208 
Mary Ellen 97 
Mary F. 125 
Mary G, 66, 121 
Mary Isabel 48, 86, 87 
Mary Jane 52, 94, 211 
Mary Jerome 73, 130 
Mary Kathryn 176 
Mary Leah 257 
Mary Lee 213 
Mary M. 84 
Mary Margaret 200 
Mary Price 177 
Mary R. 68, 124 
Mary S. 50, 52, 70, 88, 

89, 93, 94, 129 
Mary Terressa 191, 259 
Mary Webb 91 
Maude 140, 193, 194 
Maurice L. 148 
Mildred Martin 86,148,149 
Miller 33 
Minerva 88 
Minnie Vanona 83, 144, 

145, 183 
Nancy Ann 213 
Nanna 123 
Naomi Lucille 28 7 



372 



JACKSON (continued) 

Nathaniel 4, 5, 13, 21, 

28, 44 
Nellie Marie 265 
Nellie Verlinda 87, 152 
Noah Alexander 139, 190, 

191 
Nyna Gertrude 86, 150 
Oliver Fleming 83, 145 
Oliver McCollough 126 
Orange Scott 82,138,142 
Orville Lynn 190, 257 
Otley Ellwood 126 
Otto Virgil 189, 256 
Owen E. 125 
Paul Leon 323 
Paul Robert 149, 213 
Philena P. 63 
Phoebe 19, 39 
Priscilla 139, 191 
Rachel 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 

12, 14, 15, 16, 19, 53 
Mrs. Rachel 3, 4, 5 
Rachel Ann 36 
Ralph Garfield 126 
Ralph T. 241, 295 
Rebecca 19, 24, 25, 26, 

27, 28, 34, 41, 44, 45, 

48, 50, 77, 78, 79, 90 
Mrs. Rebecca 39 
Rebecca J. 64,116,117 
Rebecca Jane 94 
Reginald 123 
Richard P. 36, 71 
Richard Samuel 270 
Robert A. 126 
Robert Armstrong 126 
Robert Edward 271 
Robert H. IV 
Robert W. Playford 48, 

84 
Roger Allen 325 
Rosemary 212 
Ross Carroll 87, 152 



Ross Lane 257, 322, 323 
Ross Len 323 
Roxanna C. 91 
Ruhaney 34, 69 
Ruth 28, 49 
Ruthanna 66, 121 
Sabina 50 
Mrs. Sally 77 
Samuel IV, 4, 5, 
10, 11, 12, 13, 

20, 

28. 



19, 

44, 
80, 
143, 
Prof. 



21, 22, 
, 29, 37, 
48, 50, 52, 
82, 88, 97, 

144, 197, 
Samuel 42 



8, 9, 
14, 17, 
23, 24, 
39, 42, 
53, 79, 
142, 
198 



Samuel, Jr. 14, 21, 25, 

26, 27, 28, 42, 43, 50, 

79 
Samuel III 28, 50, 51 
Samuel IV 51 
Samuel S. 52 
Samuel Terrell 198, 269, 

270 
Samuel W. 82 
Sandra Lee 272 
Sandra Sue 257, 
Sarah 10, 11, 12 

19, 20 
Sarah Ann 53 
Sarah Elizabeth 

187 
Sarah Elma 48 
Sarah Elmey 78 
Sarah Evans 29 
Sarah M. 33, 62 
Sharon Ann 211 
Sidney Boggess 2 
Stacy Lee 296 
Stacy Lowman 186 
Stanley Dean 295 
Steven Anthony 3 
Stonewall IV 
Susan 48, 49 



322 

, 17, 18, 



139, 186, 



10 



240 



23 



, ! 



373 



JACKSON (Continued) 

Mrs. Susanah 9, 11, 13 
Susan Katherine 213 
Susanna 11, 12, 17, 19 

21, 33, 38, 39, 61 
Susannah 44, 45 
Susan Rachel 149, 213 
Sylvia Leslie 323 
Teresa 265 
Teresa Allene 323 
Terrell Lee 270 
Tessie 125 
Thomas 14, 17, 19, 35, 

68, 71 
Thomas Baker 125 
Thomas Ellwood 68, 125 
Thomas Hough 44 
Thursa 139, 187, 188 
Thursa J. 82, 140, 141 
Vernon Fortney 86, 149 
Vernon Lee 257, 323 
Viola 81, 82, 144 
Viola Lavernia 144, 

201, 202 
Walker 193 
Walker Carl 265 
Walker Ephraim 140,194 
Walter 125 
Washington Monroe 126 
Wilda Margaret 199,270 
Wilhelmina 68, 127 
William 17, 18, 19, 29, 

30, 36, 37, 51, 52, 53 

55, 114, 126, 127 
William, Jr. 37, 53, 73 
William Arthur 42, 76 
William Alva 82 
William Andrew 126 
William Ayrault 72 
William B. 71, 176 
William Benjamin 121, 

176, 177 
William C. 94 
William David 272 



William Edward 149, 213 
William Fleming 48, 83 
84 

William H. 84 

William Irven 78 

William L. 68, 125 

William Miller 34 

William P. 62, 63 

William S. 34, 66, 68, 
69 

William Samuel 71 

William Sharpless 50,90, 
91 

Willie Woodruff 158 

Winfield 136, 180 
JACOBS 

William 21 
JAMES 

Carrie 304 
JANES 

Elizabeth 288 
JEFFERY 

Hattie Virginia 234 
JENKINS 

Jessie Martha 175, 176 

John W. 175 
JENSEN 

Alta Grace 281 

Barnhard 280, 281 

Betty Mae 280 
JEROME 

Emma 73 
JILES 

Martin M. 345 

Sylvia 345, 346 
JOHNSON 

Ancadonia 227 

Ann 13 

Benjamin 15 

Elizabeth 32 

Hannah Ruth 315, 316 

Mrs. Margaret 13 

Robert 13 

Rosa Lee 226 



374 



JOHNSTON 

E. Blain 246 

Rachel Pluma 246, 247 
JOLLIFFE 

Fannie 231 

Nancy Ethel 232 

William Thomas 231, 232 
JONES 

David A. 175 

Edmund Lloyd 309 

Dr. Elbert P. 74 

Harriet 194 

Jennie 193 

John Henry 309 

Lloydean B. 309 

Margaret Beddow 175,176 

Sarah 74, 75 
JOPSON 

Arthur Brinton 171, 224 

Elizabeth 171 

Helen Elizabeth 224 

John Marshall 171 

Thomas Walker 171 

William 171 

William Sidney 171, 224 
JORDAN 

John 10, 16 

Mrs. Rachel 10 

Ruhaney 34 
JOSEPH 

Charles McClelland 138 

George Mortimer 138 

Jeremiah 137, 138 

John 137 

Laura Edith 138, 185 

Layton Douglas 138 

Leander Willey 138, 184 
185 

Lenore 138 

Marie 185, 239 

Nellie Ethel 185, 238 
KANSEN 

Ruby 294 

Wilbur Weaver 294 



KEARNS 

William Lawrence 227 
KEE 

Carlyn Colleen 302 
Cathy Elane 302 
James 302 
Keven Rex 302 
KEEPER 

Sarah Ann 164 
KELLEY 

Howard Gordon 227, 288 
Howard Gordon, Jr. 288 
James Howard 227 
Juanita 345 
Melvin Russell 288 
Olive Doan 227, 287 
Samuel F 227 
KENDALL 

Ardis Blaine 249 
Charles William 248 
Roy Kenneth 249 
Suroba Jean 249, 314 
KENT 

Anna 313 
KEPLER 

S. S. 90 
KESSINGER 

Alta 343 
KIMBER 

Abby 39, 74 
Anna 39, 73 
Emmor 38, 39, 74 
Emmor J. 39 
Gertrude 39, 74 
Henry 39, 74 
Isaac 39 
Jean 74 
Martha 3 9 
Mary 39 
Samuel 3 9 
Sarah P. 74 
Susanna 39 
Mrs, Susanna 39 
William 39 



375 



KIMBLE 

Anna Ruth 232, 290 
Brison Edwin 231 
David Lee 290 
David Rader 290 

Douglas Lee 291 
Edwin Lee 232,289,290 
Evelyn Louise 232,289 
Harold Brison 232,290 
Jacob Lincoln 231 
Lawrence Alan 291 

KING 

Ella 152 

KIRKBRIDE 
Joseph 1 

KIRKLAND 

Amanda Catherine 197, 

198 
Joseph W. 197 

KIRKPATRICK 
Lucinda 143 

KITE 

Sarah 154 

KNAPP 

Frederick Riley 322 ■ 
Virgil Brooks 322 

KNAYOUIE 
Rosa 317 

KNIGHT 

Brent Elson 334 
Deborah Jeanne 334 
Harold Elson 334 
Merritt Lynn 334 

KNOTTS 

Mary Gerlene 288 

KOCH 

Edward A. 213 
Katherine 213 
Otto R. 291 
Otto R. , Jr. 291 

KUHENS 

Ethel Leona 295 

LAMB 

Leonard 47 



LAMBORN 

Elizabeth 109 
Josiah 20 
Mrs. Phebe 109 
Robert 20 
Mrs. Sarah 20 

Thomas 109 
LANE 

Mary Ann 152 
LANGFITT 

Jane 184 
LAPHAM 

Annie 130 

Smith Gurney 130 

William Gray 130 
LAPP 

Dorothy V 
LARKIN 

David 118 
LASURE 

Charles 301 

David Charles 301 

Dorothy Leeanna 301, 344 
LAURO 

Evelyn Diana 327 

Frank Ricky 327 

John 327 
LAWRENCE 

Angelica Hamilton 130 

Delaine Kay 297 

Gertrude Jackson 130 

Roy Wilson 297 

Roy Wilson, Jr. 297 

Samuel Betts 129, 130 
LAWRIE 

Joseph 93 

William M. 93 
LEA 

Anna M, 131 

Bertha 131 

Florence 131 

Frances 131 

Gertrude 131 

Joseph 130 



376 



LEA (continued) 

Marion 131 
LEE 

James I. 216 

Martha Jane 45 

Sarah 166 

Stephen Bacon 216 

Stephen Bacon, Jr. 216 
LEHMAN 

Gregory Lee 215 

Dr. John F. 214, 215 

Johnny Glen 215 

Louis 214 

Marion Y. 131 

Mrs. Virginia Lee 86 
LEMASTERS 

Grandison 197 
LEMON 

Rachel 126, 127 
LENHART 

Adria Mabel 152 

Edna 147, 148 

James A. 152 

William L. 147 
LEONZI 

Frances 237 
LEVET 

Kate Felling 279 
LEWIS 

Alice Catherine 75, 
134, 135 

Anna Meredith 75, 131, 
132 

Charles Miner 75, 179 

Charlton Miner 133, 
179, 180 

Charlton Thomas 75, 
133, 134 

Elijah 114 

Elizabeth Dike 133 

Elizabeth H, 114 

Emma Adelia 135 

Enoch 40, 41 

Enoch Edward 75 

Enoch J. 41 



Evan 4, 40 

Evan J, 41 

Frederick William 75 

Grace Robbins 179 

Mrs. Hannah 102 

Hannah J, 41 

Huron 89 

James McKeen 134 

Mrs. Jane 40 

John T. 135 

Joseph J. 41,74,75,132 

Josephine Jackson 75,134 

Joseph McKeen 133, 134 

Letitia Miner 75,132,133 

Lydia 102, 103 

Margaret Alice 134 

Mary Ellen 75 

Mary Emily 89 

Mary S. 134 

Minnie Lavalette 135 

Nathan 102 

Penelope 179 

Sarah J. 41 

Whitfield J. 76 

William H. 76, 135 

William J. 41, 75, 135 

Willie Rosalie 75 
LEYHEW 

Mary Jane 287 
LINCOLN 

Abraham 132, 159 
LINDSTROM 

Tansy 215 
LIPSCOMB 

Cathy Sue 330 

Charles Edward 330 

Charles Lee 330 

Glenda Ruth 330 

Hazel Jane 330 
LITTELL 

Charles Milton 333 

Charles Russell 268 

Harold Albert 269, 333 

Ina Kristine 333 



377 



LITTELL (continued) 
Joseph Russell 269 
Richard Leroy 333 
Samuel Eugene 269, 333 
Samuel Ray 333 
LITTLE 

Rev. James Russell 339, 

340 
James Russell, Jr. 340 
Janet Joy 340 
Jonathan Requa 340 
Russell Eugene 339 
LLOYD 

Mrs. Ann 105 
Charles 105 
Mary 105, 106 
LONG 

Arthur, Jr. 290 
Arthur Meade 290 
Jeremiah 143 
Melissa 143 
LONGWELL 

Jack Richard 268 
Ray Edward 268 
Spence P. 267, 268 
LOUGHRY 

Clarence 213 
Reva Velle 213 
LOWE 

John 297 
Lucille Aleda 297 
LOWREY 

B. G. 236 
Bill Booth 237 
Bill Greene 236 
Edwin Stovall 236, 237 
Mary Katherine 237,295 
Rebecca Jane 237 
Robert Allen 237 
MAAR 

Margaret J. 64 
MacCHESNEY 

Helen Kathleen 233,234 



Joseph B, 233, 234 

MacKEENES 

Allixander 2 

MacVEAGH 

Charles 179 

Charles Miner 133, 179 

Ewen Cameron 179 

Frances Wayne 179 

John Hammond 178 

Lincoln 133, 178, 179 

Roger 179 

Virginia Cameron 178 

Wayne 132, 133 

McCALMONT 

Ethel Lorene 298 

McCartney 

Sarah 47, 48, 49 
McCLELLAN 

Carrie Lowrey 159, 160 

Henry T. 159 
McCOLLOUGH 

E. H. 178 
McCOY 

Delia M. 252 

Sidney S. 161 
McDIFFITT 

Sally 316 
McDOUGAL 

Vada Mae 266 
McGEE 

Minnie 246 
McGILL 

Catherine J. HI 

Hannah 186 

Jonathan HI 

Mrs. Mary W. HI 
McKEE 

Elizabeth Jean 282 

John Knox 282 
McKEEN 

Mrs. Elizabeth 133 

Joseph 133 

Nancy D. 133, 134 



378 



McKELROY 

Mahal ia 86 
McMAHON 

Marjorie Ann 273 
McMASTERS 

Elisa Jane 243 

McMillan 

Hiram Thomas 190 

Martha Winifred 190,191 
McMILLEN 

Alcinus Finton 206 

Christine 207, 284 

Edith Ann 207,284,285 

Herbert 206, 207 

Jean 207, 283 
McNICHOLS 

Pearl 200 
McQUISTON 

Garrett Lowry 299 

Harvey Lann 299 

Horace Leman 298 

Horace Lowry 298 
MALSON 

Violet Belle 323 
MANS ON 

Helen Marie 278 
MARGIS 

Mary 291 
MARKLEY 

Albert 305 

Albert Guy 305 

Glenn Guy 305 

Hubert Glenn 305 
MARKS 

James Matthews 2 77 

Suzanne 278 

Virginia Louise 278 

Wilbur Charles 277,278 

William Douglas 278 
MARKULICS 

Joan 323, 324 
MARLIN 

Lora 289 



MARSHALL 

Abraham 101 

Alice 101 
Mrs. Alice 101 

Atha Ann 143, 144 

Charles 101 

Clara 101 

Helen R. 101 

Pennock 101 
MARTIN 

Ivis 151 

Jesse 21 

Joseph 85 

Rachel Gainer 85, 86 

Russell Evers 287 

Thornton 287 
MASON 

Gary Dean 321 

Jody Ann 321 

Leo Raymond 321 

Lorraine Michele 321 

Ronald Dean 321 

Susan 148 
MASSEY 

Anna 131 

Celeste D. 131 

Emmor 73, 131 

George 73 

Robert V. 73 

Robert V. , Jr. 73, 131 

Susan 131 

Susanna 73, 130 
MATTHEWS 

Anna T. 105 

Carolyn Jean 345 

Charles 105 

Clarkson P. 105, 165 

Daniel 105 

Emma A, 105, 165 

Mrs. Jane 105 

Joanna 105 

Lillie Mary 166 

Linda Lou 285, 286 



379 



MATTHEWS (continued) 

Oliver 285 

Thomas 105 

Virginia 105 

William T. 105 
MATZ 

Normalee Frances 331, 
332 
MAULE 

Mrs. Ann 59 

Anna Elizabeth 166 

Benjamin 59 

Charles E. 170 

Ebenezer 166, 167 

Edith B. 170 

Edwin Brinton 166,218 

George C. 169 

Hannah 59, 60 

Howard Taylor 218 

Jacob 59 

Mrs. Jane 59 

John Comly 169 

Mary A. 170 

Rachel 59 

Raymond Lawrence 223 

Robert H. 218 

Mrs. Susan Clark 169 

Thomas Willis 166 

Walter William 170,223 

Warren Lee 166, 167 

Willard N. 170 
MAYS 

Elizabeth 226, 227 

William E. 226 
MEADE 

George G. (Gen. ) 159 
MENEAR 

A. B. 87 

Bessie Ada 86, 151 

Charles Mortimer 86, 87 

Claude Clinton 150, 214 

Clinton Thomas 86,150,1 

Daisy 86 

Earl Jackson 86, 87 



Ephraim M. 86, 87 

Jessie Edith 86, 151 

John W, 8 6 

Mabel Irene 150, 214 

Nellie Catherine 86 

Thelma Beatrice 150, 213, 
214 

Tommy 214 

Virginia A, 87 

Virginia Lee 150, 214 
MERCER 

Eliza 121 
METZ 

Salome 53, 54 
MEYER 

Candace Louise 346 

Edith Madge 249 

Evard Edward 249 

Florence Elaine 314, 346 

Herbert Ralph 249, 314 

John Jacob 249 

Kenneth Wayne 314, 346 

Odgar Paul 249, 314 

Ronald Lloyd 314,346,347 

Ronald Wayne 347 

Susan Marie 346 
MICHENER 

Charlotte 119 
MICKEY 

George 155 

Hubert Lorring 155 

John L. 155 

Mrs. Louisa 155 

William 155 
MIKLAS 

Louis Pat 317 

Michael 317 

Patricia Ann 317 
MILLER 

Anthony J. 307 

Anthony Joseph, Jr. 307 
51 Catherine Irene 307 

Clarence Wiley 203 

Eliza Mae 144 



380 



MILLER (continued) 

Georgia Clara 203 

John 7 

Katherine 17, 18 

Laverne Harry 307 

Linda Ellen 307 

Margaret Josephine 307 

Mary Ann 307 

Sarah 19 

Susanna 7, 12, 13 
MILLS 

Cornelius Robert 291 

C. Ray, Jr. 291 
MILNES 

Joseph 96 

Maria 96, 97 
MILTON 

Elizabeth 7 
MINER 

Charles 74 

Mary Sinton 74, 75 
MISNER 

Barbara 88 

Charlotte M. 89, 156 

Chester 156 

D. M. 88 
Fletcher 88, 89 
Henry 88 

Ruth 156 

William J. 89, 156 

MITCHELL 
Joseph 61 

MOKE 

Frances Helen 194 

MOORE 

Anne 108 
Bartholomew 181 
David Eugene 258 
Delbert Ross 258 
Edwin Wayne 256 
Ellis P. 108 
Ellis P. , Jr. 108 
Gail Lorraine 256, 321 



Gainer 108, 110 

George 256 

Hazel Carol 258 

Ida Belle 254 

James Wayne 258 

Joan Lowella 256 

Lois Eileen 256, 321 

Mrs. Mary C. 108, 110 

Mary F. 159 

Mary H. 108 

Marylyn Louise 258 

Phebe M. 110, 111 

Raymond Francis 256 

Riley R. 258 

Rosemary Sue 258 

Sophronia 244 

Virginia 181 

William Byard 258 

William Thomas 258 
MORELAND 

James R. IV 

William A. V 
MORGAN 

Geraldine Deloris 329 

Linda Sue 329 

Louise Oretta 249, 251 

Richard T, 249 

Robert Clair 329 

Robert Clair, Jr. 329 

Sarah A. 154 
MORRIS 

David 30 

Elizabeth 30 

Elizabeth C. 163, 164 

John 163 

Opal 266 

Ward Earl 266 
MORRISON 

William 47 
MORTON 

Samuel 11 
MOSER 

Lillian Rhea 288 



381 



MOSSER 

Nancy Jane 228 

MOYER 

Elizabeth Bird 218 
Theodore Hartley 218 

MUNSON 

Mrs. Lavina 128 
Lucy C. 128 
Rufus 128 

MURDOCK 

Alice Adele 320, 321 
Lawrence L. 321 

MURPHY 

Alice L. 135 
Charles T. 134, 135 
Charles Thornton 135 
Charlton Lewis 135 
Georgia Kelton 135 
Josephine 135 
Lewis 135 
Willie Alda 135 

MUSSER 

Ida Dell 306 

MUSTACHIO 

Charles Nickolas 309 
Michele 309 
Nickolas 309 

MYERS 

Charles Orville 240 
Elsa Leah 322, 323 
Ervin David 240 
Martha Jane 190 

NEAVE 

Albert A. 110 
Alexander 109, 110 
Edward P. 110 
Mrs. Elizabeth 109 
Elizabeth M. 110 
Mrs, Elizabeth 109 
Emma 110 
Frank M. 110 
Hattie L. 110 
Isaac P. 110 



Sarah 110 

Thompson 109 

William 110 
NEWLIN 

Mrs. Elizabeth 2 

Nicholas 2 

Rachel 1, 2, 5 
NIBLOCK 

James 166 

Rebecca 166 
NICHISHIMA 

Dia 312 
NIPPERT 

Barbara Irene 333 

David Raymoth 333 

Donald Alan 334 

Donald Frank 333 

LaDonna Marie 333 

Linda Lou 333 

Rita Sue 334 
NOBLE 

Richard 25 
NORTHWAY 

Betsey 121 
NUTTER 

Mrs. 241 
O'CONNELL 

Genevieve 2 79 
O'DONNELL 

Mrs. Delia Katherine 340 

Mary Patricia 340 

Merritt Vincent 340 
OGILVIE 

Mary V 
OLSON 

Axel F. 215 

Elaine A, 215, 216 
OMER 

Katherine Isabel 290 
ORR 

Martha 87 
OVERLY 

Bertha Viola 247 



382 



OWEN 

Evan 52 
Mary Jane 52 

PACE 

Imogene Erma 310 
R. E. 310 

PALMER 

General 336 

John 2 

Mary S. 178 

Ralph Worthington 261 

PARK 

Ernest 178 
Helen Miner 178 
Richard Gray 177, 178 
Richard Gray, Jr. 178 
Sarah Gray 178 
Sidney Edward ■ 178 

PARKER 

Abbie Wister 158 
Ann Trimble 107 
Caroline R. 158 
Charles Mercer 107 
Dillwyn 93, 159, 160 
Edgar James 158 
Elizabeth 70, 71, 93 
Elizabeth Bailey 158 
Ellen Bailey 93 
Emmett Newton 107 
Mrs. Hannah 93 
Henry 93 
Henry Morris 93 
Henry Wister 160 
Mrs. Jane 106 
John 93, 106, 107 
John Jackson 93, 158 
Joseph 5 

Joseph Warner 158 
Lydia H. Remington 158 
Mary S. 93, 159 
Samuel Jackson 93, 158 
Sylvester Clemson 160 
Thomas 106 



Wister 93 
PARKS 

William 0. 291 

William 0. Jr. 291, 292 

William III 292 
PARR 

Louisa 153, 154 

Samuel 153 
PARRIOTT 

Mary 185 
PASCHELL 

Lewis 8 
PASTORS 

John X. 255 

Ross Jack 255 
PAVONE 

Joseph Peter 237 

Nicholas 237 
PAXSON 

Catherine 134 

Mrs. Martha 113 

Phebe A. 113, 114 

Timothy 113 
PELLEGRIN 

Rose 301 
PELLETT 

Douglas Allan 315 

Jackson S. 315 

Richard Morgan 315 

Roger Lee 315 

Capt. William Henry 315 

William Robert 315 
PENDLETON 

Mary A. 90, 91 

Oliver 90 
PENN 

William VI, 2, 7, 14 
PENNELL 

Hannah 7, 12, 13 

Joseph 7 
PENNINGTON 

Daniel 8 

John 104 



383 



PENNINGTON (continued) 
Margaretta 104 
Mrs. Margaretta 104 
PENNOCK 

Alfred 101 
Amy 118 
Anna Mary 101 
Edward 101 
Granville 101 
Hadley 100, 101 
Mrs. Sarah 100 
Simon 100 
Wilson 101 
PENTONY 

Hubert 212 
Thelma 212 
PERKINS 

Charlotte Laverne 341 
Wilford R. 341 
PERRY 

Ava Tittle 335 

Oliver Hazard 24 
PHILLIPS 

Mrs. Albina 60 

Anna 60, 109, 110 

Anna Belle 107 

Anna T. 108 

Benjamin 60, 110, 111 

Calvin J. 107 

Caroline 111, 112 

Charles C. 106 

Charles Frederick 103 

Charles Henry 111 

Clarkson 58, 104 

Clementine R. 100 

Cyrus 58 

Deborah 32, 58, 59, 60, 
110 

Edith B. 58, 103, 104 

Edward 111 

Edward N. 60 

Eli M. 105 

Elizabeth 57 

Elizabeth W. 59, 106 



Emily B. 60 

Ephraim 58 

Esther 172 

Ethel 172 

Francis 165 

George Chapman 111 

Hannah 58, 60 

Henry C. 60, 104, 111 

Henry W. 105 

Herbert 103 

Hettie L. 106 

Howard McGill 112 

I. Newton 58, 105, 106 

Isaac 32, 59, 60, 107 

Isaac F. 104 

James 58, 104, 105 

James M. 58, 103 

James T. 104 

James W. 105 

Jennie C. 112 

John 32 

John B. 58, 102, 103 

John C. 60 

John J. 32, 60, 105, 165 

Joseph B. 58, 101, 102 

Joseph T. 59, 107 

Josiah 32, 58, 100 

J. Wellington 165 

Lizzie H, 100 

Lizzie T. 112 

Lucy N. 103 

Lucy R. 104 

Lydia 58, 59, 100, 101 

Mahlon 32, 57, 58 

M. Ida 108 

Mary 58, 101, 228 

Mrs, Mary 32 

Mary C. 112 

Mary Ella 104 

Mary I. 60 

Mary R. 59, 106 

Morris F, 106 

Morris T. 172 

Norwood 103 



384 



PHILLIPS (continued) 
Percy B. 103 
Phebe D. 60 
Philena 58 
Rebecca 58 
Rebecca J. 59, 108 
Robert R. 60, 112 
Ruth 172 

Ryland Warriner 112 
Sallie G. 58 
Sarah 32 

Sarah Ann 58, 105 
Sarah F, 60, 111 
Theodore 104 
Thomas 100 
Walter J. 107 
William 32, 58, 59 
William B. 106, 107 
William E. 60 
William H. 100 
William M. Ill 
William P. 104 
Willie G. 106 

PICKERING 

Alan Douglas 281 
Barbara Kay 281 
Gerald Lee 281 
Howard 281 
Ray Russell 281 
Stanley Aldrich 281 

PIELLE 

Ellen 286 

PIERSON 
Amos 117 
Josephine 166 
Mrs. Ruhaney 117 
Salina D. 117, 118 

PITZER 

Clara May 154 
Elma 154 
George 154 
Harry 154 
Malinda J. 154 



William 154 
PLETCHER 

Charles Douglas 334 

Charles Robert 334 

Janet Lee 334 

Nelrose Jane 334 
PLUMMER 

Mrs. Artridge 36 

Rachel 36 

Yate 36 
POMEROY 

Elizabeth 72 

Samuel 72 
POMROY 

Lydia C. 157 
POST 

Edna L. 283 

James Edwin 260 

James William 260 

Marjorie Anita 260, 326 
POSTLETHWAIT 

Calvin A. 252 

Violet Pearl 252 
POWELL 

Angelo Jo 248 

Barron Roger 248 

David Dwight 248 

Evelyn Winona 256 

John Delbert 248 

Regenia Mae 248, 313 
PRATT 

Julia W, 131 
PRESTON 

Mrs. Eliza 62 

Jonas 62 

Rebecca 62, 63 
PRICE 

Benjamin 69 

Calvin D, 165 

Catherine D, 122 

Dora M. 165 

Ernestine De Etta 310 

Frances 104, 105 



385 



PRICE (continued) 

Henry 165 

Mrs. Jane 69 

John 104, 120 

John Caleb 122 

John Evans 238 

Joseph D. 122, 123 

Joseph D, , Jr. 122,123 

Mrs. Marinda 165 

Mary 69, 120, 121 

Mary J. 122 

Mrs. Susan 104 

Warwick 165 

William 165 

William Chalfant 238,239 
PRIEST 

Grace 280 

Grace Edith 281 
PRITCHETT 

Barbara Anne 290 

Harry Gilbert 290 

PROCTOR 

Joseph William 226 
Virgil William 226 

PROTZMAN 

Abner Alonzo 182, 230 
Alfred Lincoln 137, 183 
Bessie 182 
Blanche 181 
Carl Mason 182, 232 
Celia Mae 231 
Claude Raymond 231 
Dessie 182, 231 
Earl Glenn 182, 231 
Edith 145, 206, 207 
Elizabeth Anne 137, 183 
Ethelbert Jolliffe 137, 

181 
Frederick 145 
Harold Osgood 182, 230 
Hattie Florence 137, 184 
Helen 182, 229 
Herschel Whitehouse 137, 
182, 183 



Jenness 182 

Jesse Boardman 137 

Justice 137 

Kathryn Naomi 13 7, 

Lowell Mason 13 7, 1 

Margarette 145, 205 

Mildred Alice 182 

Olive Rebecca 137, 

Otis Kent 231 

Rachel 230, 288, 28 

Robert Leslie 145, 

Ruth 230, 288 

Shirley 182 

Spurgeon Holmes 137, 
145, 183 

Virginia Estella 14 

William Irvin 136, 
144 

Winifred Belle 
PROUSE 

Dolly Faye 299 
PUGH 

Abner 119 

David 38 

Hannah 38 

Mrs, Hannah 38 

Isaac 38 

Jesse 38 

Joshua 38 

Mary 38 

Rachel Ann 119 

Sarah 38 
PUIA 

Domenick 301 

Freedia May 301 
PUMPHREY 

Evelyn Almeta 303 

Judy Kay 303 

Laura Jane 303 

Lora Joan 303 , 

Robert Lee 303 

Ruby Elizabeth 

William Edward 



184 
82 
, 206 

181 

9 
204 



144, 

5,205 
137, 



145, 204 



345 

303, 
303, 



William Edward, Jr, 



344 
345 
345 



386 



PUMPHREY (continued) 

William F. 303 
PUSEY 

Abner 112 

Anna Mary 173 

Edmund Franklin 106 

Mrs. Hannah 103 

Isaac 106 

Jacob 103 

Jonathan 106, 107 

Lewis 8, 20 

Mary 103 

Mrs. Mary 112 

Mary E. 107 

Mary L. 106 

Morris J. 106 

Rebecca 112 

Mrs. Sarah 106, 107 

William J. 106 
PYLE 

Amelia S. 129 

Amy 118 

Clara 118 

Cyrus 129 

Frank 129 

Frank, Jr. 129 

Gertrude C. 129 

Homer Way 118 

James Ellsworth 118 

James T. 118 

J. Howard 118 

John 118 

Josiah W. 118 

Mrs. Mary M. 129 
PYLES 

Mrs. Flora 203 

Perry 203 

William Calvin 203 
RADER 

Evelyn Eleanor 289, 

Ralph Curtis 289 
RAKES FR AW 

Abigail 67, 68 



Gertrude 173 
Henry 173 
Mrs. Mary 67 
Thomas 67 

RAMSEY 

Dana 303 
Danny Lee 304 
Dorothy Deloris 295 
Elmer H. 295 
John 23 
Paula Ann 304 
Rodney Lyle 304 

REASON 

Levi 307 

REBER 

Louis Ehrhart 174 

REED 

Essye 284 
John M. 76 

REGISTER 
David 14 
Mary 14 

REMINGTON 
Isaac 158 

Hannah Speakman 158 
Mrs. Lydia Hart 158 

RENSHAW 

Patricia Louise 325 

REQUA 

Alta Grace 339 

REXROAD 

Arzy Leroy 306 
Charles W. 306 
Frances Kay 307 
Gary Edwin 307 
Joyce Eileen 307 
Richard Dwight 307 
William Edward 307 

REYNOLDS 
290 Elizabeth K. 99 
General 159 

RHOADES 

Sarah Burdsall 218 



387 



RICE 

Catherine 181 

Jacob 156 

Sarah E, 156 
RICHARDS 

Susanna 167 
RICHERT 

Henri Ann 339 
RICHMOND 

Ralph Marvin 275 
RICHTER 

Harry Edward 275 

Herman Lyle 275 

Mary Louise 275 

Raymond Leo 275 

Roy Barm 275 

Sherman Luther 275 
RIDGEWAY 

Charlene Valoise 343 

Charles Wesley 343 

Minnie 259 
RIGBIE 

Susanna 63 
RIGGLE 

George Vennenom 2 75 

Winona Elizabeth 275 
RIGGS 

Joshua 266 

Violet Bernett 266 
RITZ 

Dora E. 311 
RIVENBURG 

Henry 229, 230 

Sidney White 229, 230 

Sydney Helen 230 

Verina Mildred 230 
ROBBINS 

Grace H. 179 
ROBERTS * 

Anthony B. 68 

Mary Augusta 318 

Willis E. 8 

W. W. 140 



ROBINSON 

Catherine 190 

C. Job 286 

Mary Ellen 286 
ROELOFS 

Charles Richard 288, 339 

Charles Richard, Jr. 288 

David Spencer 288 

Jesse H. 288 

Laurie Leigh 339 

Thomas Harwood 288 
ROGERS 

Fannie Davenport 179 
ROLLER 

Lester 263 

Mary Atwell 263, 265 
RONEY 

Eileen Louise 346 

Fred 346 

Mrs. Lucy 346 
ROSE 

Arlene Ann 296 

Frank 296 
ROSIER 

Jennie Lynn 149 
ROSS 

Charles B. 212 

Dona Lucane 212, 285 

Donald William 212, 285 
286 

Willis Harold 212 
ROS SHIRT 

Liselatte 276 
ROTH 

Adam 193 

Bonnie Lou 266, 327 

Charles William 194, 266 

Daryl Jackson 194,265,266 

Helen Virginia 194, 266, 
328 

Linda Kay 266 

William 193, 194 



388 



ROTUNDA 

Jenney 309 
ROWAND 

Deborah 315 
ROYSTON 

Borley 165 

Mrs. Mary Ann 165 

Mary Virginia 165 
RUDE 

Dorotha Jane 240 
RULEY 

Nellie 293 
RUNNER 

Harry Clyde 227, 228 

Harry Clyde, Jr. 228 

Lewis 228 

Mildred Sue 228 
RUSSELL 

Albert Okey 268 

Bertha May 268 

Dorothy Imogene 268 

George Franklin 267,268 

Junior Lee 268 

Mary 287 

Rachel 127 
RUTLEDGE 

Bradley Paul 328 
RUTTER 

Sarah Jane 168 
RUZISKA 

Emil 201 

Mary Agnes 201 

Wayne Ervin 201 
SAEMANN 

Freda Margaret 230 
SALM 

Rose 213 
SANDY 

Lawrence 302 

Naomi Burdett 302,344 

SCAGLIARINI 

Lydia 296 
SCARLETT 

Ann 29 



John 28 

Mary 28, 29 
SCHAEFFER 

Glenn Donovan 211, 212 

Glenn Donovan, Jr. 212 
SCHAMP 

Correna B. 249 
SCOTT 

Guy W. 209 

Harvey M. 235 

Henry 209 

Kathryn Virginia 235,236 

Pansy 291 

Gen. Winfield 92 
SCRITCHFIELD 

Jesse Lou 346, 347 

William A. 346 
SEAR 

John 138 

Mrs. Martha 138 
SERENE 

A. 155 

Abraham B. 155, 156 

Guy E. 156 

Helen B. 156 
SEWARD 

Wm. H. 159 
SHAFFER 

Cecil Ray 312 

Edward 312 

Terrell Ray 312 
SHANK 

Myra Louise 294 
SHARPLES 

Benjamin 31 

Edith 31 

Eli 31 

Isaac 31 

Joshua 31 

Joshua, Jr. 31 

Martha 31 

Nathan 31 

Rachel 31 



389 



SHARPLESS 

Caleb 34 

Deborah 108 

Edith 108 

Elizabeth 49, 50 

George 108 

John P. 108 

Jonathan 22, 23, 49 

Joseph C. 108 

Joshua 108 

Lydia 108 

Mary 34, 108 

Mrs. Philadelphia 108 

Samuel 49 

William 49 
SHARRETT 

Bertha 231 
SHAW 

Leroy 85 
SHEETS 

Annie 182, 183 

Michael 182 
SHERRARD 

Margaret P. 133, 134 
SHIDLER 

Margaret 78 
SHIPPS 

Wilma Jean 343 
SHISLER 

Asa Ewin 146 

Bessie Pearl 146, 209 

Curtis Laman 146 

Dorothy Ruth 209 

Earl Gray 209 

Emery Earl 146, 209 

Harry Emery 209 

Irene Leona 209 

Jacob Luther 146 

James Leroy 146 

Kenneth Dacre 146 

Levada Clifton 146, 209 
SHOCKEY 

Prof. 259 



SHOEMAKER 

Margaret Alice 337 
SHOFF 

Ruby Leah 214 
SHOWWALTER 

Mary Marie 243 

William Henry 243 
SHREVE 

Samatha Elvira 306 
SHRIVER 

Constance 325 

Harold Lloyd 258, 325 

Howard Lee 258 

Paul Keith 325 

Rodney Lewis 258 

Ronald Leo 258 

Simmon Rikki 258 

Virgil Simon 258 
SHIMAN 

Barbara Lois 253, 319 

Bruce Edward 253, 318 

Esther Lee 253, 318 

John Edward 318 

Juanita Fredia 253, 317 

Leslie Wayne 253, 318 

Moses Grover 252, 253 

Pamela Sue 318 

William 252 

William Jackson 253, 317 

William Jay 317 
SIMMONS 

Ada 141, 195 

Mrs. Edith 195 

Harold 195 

Mrs. Hazel 195 

Helen Belinda 194, 266 

Hiram B. 141, 195 

Homer Lee IV, 141, 194 

Ira 141, 195, 196 

Iris 195 

Ruth 196 

Ted 195 

Thelma 196 



390 



SIMMONS (continued) 

Thursa 195 

Zadock M. 140, 141 
SIMPSON 

Carol Dee 274 

Thomas Irvin 274 
SINCLAIR 

Sarah 137 
SIX 

Corrine Cassandra 314 
SLATES 

Esther 131 
SLEATH 

John Lewis 261 
SLIDER 

Abraham S. 188 

Arlie Gertrude 188, 255 

Clarence Andrew 188 

Ernest Thurman 188, 255 

Esther Althisa 188, 256 

George W. 188 

Mildred 188 

Ovie Virgil 188 

Zona Audrey 188, 255 
SMITH 

Anna Mary 162 

Arthur H. 162 

Barclay 95, 162 

Benjamin 162 

C. D. 311 

Daniel 95 

Dillwyn 162 

Edmund S. 163 

Eliza 161 

Elizabeth 167 

Elizabeth B. 162 

Elizabeth W. 163 

Mrs. Ellen 167 

Emma J. 162 

Ephraim 95 

Ernest Clingman 237,238 

Ernest George 237 

Freddie Ross 311 



George 6 
Jane 95 

Joel J. 95, 162 
John W. 95, 161 
Maria H. 163 
Marsha Ann 311 
Mary Ellen 162 
Mary M. 162 
Nathan R. 161 
Rebecca 95 
Reverend 267 
Robert 95, 163 
Robert H. 95, 162 
Samuel C. 162 
Sinclair 95, 162 
Walter 161 
William B. 167 
William C. 162 
William D. 95, 163 

SMITHLEY 

Brothers 85 

SNIDER 

Charles R. 329 

SNODGRASS 

Elizabeth 247 
Nancy Olive 314 
Virginia Alice 244 

SOUTHWORTH 

Mary Dennison 90 

SPACHT 

John 0. 285 
Mary Ida 285 

SPAHR 

Jesse 148 
Jessie 148 

SPEAKMAN 

Mrs. Abigail 51 
Hannah 177 
Mary 51, 52 
Thomas 51 

SPENCER 

Amelia 70 
Jesse 70 



391 



SPENCER (continued) 

Mrs. Mary 70 
STACKPOLE 

Huldah Jane 319 
STAMBAUGH 

Anna 168 

Jacob 168 
STANFORD 

Jacqueline Jean 326, 327 
STANTON 

Edmund 163 

Edwin H. (Sec. of War) 
159 

Rebecca S. 163 

Mrs. Sarah 163 
STEEL 

Wanda Rowena 269, 270 

Wiley 270 
STEFFIS 

Margaret 259 
STEM 

Sidney P. 160 
STERN 

Chloie Vernis 203 
STEVENS 

Rechelle 317 

Regine 317 

Russell James 316 

Russell James, Jr. 316, 
317 

Scott R. 317 
STEVENSON 

Fanny 91, 92 
STEWART 

Grace Edith 229 

J. R. 311 

Juanita Kay 311 

Mary 142, 143 

Roy Delton 311 

Sarah Jane 232 
STOEKER 

Barbara 88 
STOUT 

Arthur Wayne 335 



David 335 
Nathan Emanuel 335 
STRATTON 

Deborah Ann 162 
Mrs. Mary 162 
Ross 162 
STREET 

Hannah 163 
Samuel 163 
Mrs. Sarah 163 
STROSNIDER 

Martha Jane 141 
Minnie 211 
STUART 

Betty Lou 320 
Charles E. 320 
STUBBS 

Lewis Kirk 116, 172 
Margaret Elizabeth 172, 

224 
Slater Russell 116 
Thomas 115, 116 
Thomas H. 172 
Vincent 115 
STURGISS 

Alfred Howard 183,233,293 
Anna Cans 183, 233 
Betty Jane 293, 341 
Clyde Truman 293, 342 
David C. 183, 233, 234 
David Lee 341 
David Robert 234, 294 
David Robert, Jr. 294 
Donald Sturgiss, Jr. 341 
Donald William 293, 340 
Evelyn 233, 293, 294 
Helen Gould 183, 234 
James S. 183 
John Howard 293, 341 
John Robert 341 
Karen Kay 342 
Katherine LaClair 183 
Linda Dianne 341 
Margaret 183, 234, 235 



392 



STURGISS (continued) 

Martha Lee 293 

Mary Elizabeth 183, 232 

Mary Roberta 341 

Robert David 293, 342 

Robert David, Jr. 342 

Suzanne Jean 294 

Suzetta Marie 342 

Timothy John 341 

William Howard 183 

William Howard Lee 342 
SUBR 

David Andrew 338 

Franklin Ralph 337, 338 

Michelle Marie 338 
SUFERT 

Anna 2 79 
SUMMERS 

Mary 28 7 
S UNDERLAND 

Anna Larkin 222 
SUTHERLAND 

Mrs. Correne June 308 

David 0. 152 
SUTTON 

Ruby Alice 217 
SWAYNE 

Francis 7 

Jane 7 

William 7 
TALKINGTON 

Alvarious 257 

Esther Lois 257 
TAP PAN 

Florence M. 156, 157 

John 156 
TASSEY 

John 47 
TAY 

Diana Jean 281 

Howard Walter 280, 281 

Kenneth Howard 281 

Roger Lee 281 

Walter H, 280 



William Douglas 281 

TAYLOR 

Anna B. 123 
Charles E. 218 
Charles Ross 277 
Dale Lee 277 
Eleanor 320 
Eleanor R. 218 
Francis Edward 277 
Francis Lee 277 
Huson 123 
Lizzie 136 
Rosetta 196, 197 
Ruth 45 
Sarah H. 123 
Thomas Henry 196 

TEAL 

Rebecca Sayres 223 

TENNANT 

Michael Arland 318 
Richard Lee 318 
William Arland 318 
William T. 318 

TERRY 

Mary Ann 255 

TETRICK 

Archie Ward 208 
Ozias 208 
Willis G. IV 

THATCHER 
Anna 219 

THEOBALD 
Prior 21 

THOMAS 

Anna M, 127 
Charles H, 171 
Davis 127 
Elizabeth 171 
Ellen Paxson 171 

THOMPSON 

Brenda Sue 344 
Hannah 123 
Jack Harry 344 
Jack Harry, Jr. 344 



393 



THOMPSON (continued) 

James 157 

Jane 16 

Mary Bernice 157 

Rush Jackson 157 

Tacy 16 
THORNTON 

Nealie Dee 313 
TIBBEN 

Adelia R. 135 
TITUS 

Elizabeth 36 

John Benton 317 

Mary Belle 317 
TODD 

Amos E. 116, 117 

Mrs. Ann 116, 117 

Benton L. 117 

Levi 116, 117 

Margaret Jackson 117 
TOMLINSON 

A. H. 129 

Rachel 52, 53 
TOOTHMAN 

Kenneth Verl 299, 300 
TOUZALIN 

Lottie Frances 282 
TOWNS END 

Henry 36 

Lydia 159 

Peter 36 

Phebe 36, 37 
TRIMBLE 

Ann 58, 59 

James 58 

Mrs. Sarah 58 
TRUMAN 

Helen 285 
TRUMBO 

Barbara 89 

Mathias 89 

Rebecca 153 
TURNER 

Betty Lou 304, 305 



Dora R, 145 
G. W, 145 

UMBERGER 

Sarah Lillie 328 

UNDERWOOD 

Dallas R. 331 
Dallas Ray, Jr. 331 
Helen Marie 332 
Judy Ann 331 
Myrtle Lorraine 331 
Roger Lee 331 

UPCHURCH 
Ethel 291 

UPDEGRAFF 

James 25, 44, 45 
Mrs. Sussannah 25 

UTT 

Carroll Edward 287 
Chester William 181,229 
Des Moines 181, 226, 227 
Dora 181, 227, 228 
Eleanor Rebecca 229 
Hattie Florence 181, 227 
Lawrence Alfred 287 
Mabel 181, 228 
Morgan Orlando 181 
Navonne Anice 28 7 
Oranna Ellen 181, 227 
Percy Elliott 181 
Ronald Earl 287 
Stella and Vella 181 
Susan Belinda 181, 228 
William 181 

William Alfred 227, 287 
William Alfred, Jr. 287 

VANCE 

Austin C. 127 
Edith 127 
Ira W. 127 
John Sample 150 
Joseph Cochran 150 
Kenneth Jackson 150 
Washington 127 
Wesley W. 127 



3 94 



VANCISE 

Lavina 10 7 
VARDY 

Edna May 296 
VAUGHN 

Charles Harrison 253, 
254 

Leeta Mae 254 

Neill 254 
VEST 

Alice 292 
VICKERS 

Jemima 10 7 
VILLERS 

Mary Catherine 271 
WADDELL 

Anna 290 
WADE 

Charles Clarence 253 

Isabel 188 

Nellie Kathryn 253 
WAIDE 

Beverly Lynn 263 

Carol Anne 263, 327 

Francis Raymond 262,263 

Gordon Kent 263 

Janet Fern 263 

William Sherman 262 
WALKER 

Dorothy Caroline 271,272 

George 125 

Mrs. Hannah 125 

Lydia W, 125 

Mattie Hazel 246 

M. Inez 321 

William Heyden 246 
WALLS 

Rita Arlene 342 

Sherley Harold 342 
WARD 

Caroline 156 

Mary Sophia 71 

Minnie Virginia 262 



WARDNER 

May Virginia 235 
WARNER 

Anne 76 

Charles A. 76 

George Malin 76 

Mrs. Letitia 76 

Rebecca 76 

William 76 

William Y. 76 

Yardley 76 
WATERS 

Anna P. 71 

Cyrus, MD. 71, 72 

Gulielma Maria 36 

Henry Elwell 71 

Joseph J, 71 

Samuel 36 
WATSON 

Jonathan 195 
WATTS 

Eva Mae 146, 208 

Joseph E. 146 

Lydia Lulu 146, 208 
WAUGH 

Claude 303 

Paul Edward 303, 345 

Phillip Lee 303 
WAY 

Abner P, 119 

Alice 66 

Charlotte 223 

Charlotte M. 119 

Edith 66 

Eliza 66, 120 

Hannah H. 65, 118 

Homer 66 

Jacob 65, 66 

Jacob H. 66, 119 

John 65 

J o s i ah 66 

Joy 119, 120 

Mary 119, 120 



395 



WAY (continued) 

Maryetta 66 

Phebe Ann 66, 118, 119 

Ruhaney 66 

Ruth T. 66, 119 
WEAVER 

Sarah A, 127 
WEBSTER 

Claud Penrose 221 

James Conard 221 

Jesse 220 

Jesse Alfred 221 

Jesse L. 220, 221 

Robert Brinton 221 
WEEKLY 

Clarence Edward 267,268 
WEIGERT 

Daniel Richard 337 

Dirk Richard 337 

Mark Richard 337 
WELLS 

Nellie 193 
WENTWORTH 

Anna Lewis 132, 177,178 

Mrs. Anna Meredith 178 

Erastus 131, 132 
WEST 

Anna Eleanor 232,291,292 

Brenda Darlene 314 

Charles E. 176 

Glenda Mae 314 

Isabel Morrison 176 

John B. 232 

John W. 314 

Joseph William 267, 268 

Joseph William, Jr. 268 

J. T. 232, 233 

Margaret Sturgiss 232 

Mary Jane 232, 291 

Ruth Elizabeth 232, 291 
WETZEL 

Norma J. 328, 329 
WHARTON 

Nellie 256 



WHEELER 

Edward E. 224 

Margaret 224 

S. H. 224 
WHISLER 

Amanda 184 
WHITE 

Alta Leverne 203, 277 

Cecil Truman 144, 203 

Charity 229 

Chester 285 

Claire Ann 340 

Cora Kathryn 196, 267, 

268 
Delphia Deloris 196, 269 
George Michael 340 
George Michael, Jr. 340 
Gregory John 340 
Harold Edward 268 
Harold Rex 203 
Hazel 268 
Homer Edward 
Jane Carole 
Kathryn May 
Loretta Ruth 
Lu Ann 285 
Margaret Dolly 317 
Nellie Olive 196, 268 
Nicholas Richard 196 
Orange William 196 
Phyllis Janet 203 
Richard Anslem 340 
Ronald F, 285 
Stephen Charles 340 
Velma Orlena 144, 203 
Vilda Elner 203 
Virchie Elizabeth 196,267 
William M. 144 
William Morgan 144 
Winona Mae 144, 202, 203 
WHITESIDE 

Earl L. 309 
Marvin Wayne 309 
Mary Frances 309 



196, 268 

285 
268 
203 



396 



WHITESIDE (continued) 

Stephen Earl 309 
WHITSON 

Rebecca 115 

Thomas 115 
WILCOX 

Clarence Benjamin 2 96 

John Lester 296 

Warren Bryce 296 
WILKINSON 

Rachel H. 120 
WILLIAMS 

Ann 54, 95 

Annetta Lucella 125 

Catherine 54 

Daniel 54 

David 54 

Elizabeth 54, 95 

Ephraim 54 

Hershal 313 

Josephine 168 

Mary 173 

Owen 125 

Paula Sue 313 

Roy Lee 313 

Mrs. Sallie M, 168 

Sarah 54, 96, 137 

Mrs. Sarah Ann 125 

Sylvester H. 168 
WILLINGHAM 

Ida Virginia 320 
WILLS ON 

James 12 
WILSON 

Adelaide 128 

Alice J. 69, 128 

Alonzo Foster 329 

Mrs. Amy 35 

Anna M. 70 

Barbara Sue 332 

Benjamin P, 69 

Betty Louise 267, 332 

Beulah Nell 267, 331 

Brenda Kay 329 



Carl W. 284 
Charles S. 62, 113 
Delbert Kinzie 267 
Dennis 233, 234 
Dorothy Lee 234 
Edward Alonzo 267 
Edward Alonzo, Jr. 267, 

332 
Edward P. 69, 128 
Elizabeth 62 
Mrs. Elizabeth 57 
Elizabeth Anne 233, 292 
Elizabeth P. 112 
Elmer Maywood 267,328,329 
Elmer Maywood, Jr. 329 
Ephraim 16,32,57,62,113 
Freda Geraldine 267, 329 
Harold Stephen 329 
Hazel Pauline 267, 330 
Helen Fithian 112 
Ida Mary 112 
James 35 
James Ralph 293 
J. Frederick 233 
John 16 
Jonathan 62 
Josiah 35, 69 
Joyce Ann 285 
Kathleen Virginia 267,330 
Kenneth Robert 293 
Leona Mae 267 
Leonard Leroy 267, 332 
Linda Marie 293 
Loring A. 234 
Louis Wayne 331 
Lucy Evelyn 267 
Lydia 32, 57 
Mrs, Lydia 62 
Lydia J. 62 
Mary 62 

Mary Jane 69, 70 
Mary Patricia 285 
Mary Rebecca 112 
Mary S. 113 



397 



WILSON (continued) 

Nancy Lynn 285 

Paul Lewis 267, 331, 332 

Pusey 62, 112 

Rachel P. 69 

Ralph Sturgiss 233 
293 

Rebecca 57, 58 

Rectha 294 

Robert Edward 332 

Rufus M, 128 

Samuel D. 113 

Sarah Huston 112 

Sarah T. 62 

Stephen 35, 62 

Theodore 62, 112 

Velma Catherine 267,330 

Violet 222 

Virgil Hubert 267 

Wilda Jean 329 

Willard Eugene 267, 

Willard Eugene, Jr. 

William Harold 284, 

William Howard 233, 
294 

Wilma Ruth 267, 329 
WILT 

Alvira Elizabeth 243, 

Catherine J. 304 

Claud 242 

Claud, Jr. 243, 304 

David Michael 304 

Deborah Louise 304 

Dianna 305 

Edward, Jr. 305 

Emery Thomas 243, 304 

Hada Almeta 243, 303 

Herbert Edward 243, 305 

Joy 305 

Leota 243, 302 

Naomi Pauline 243, 303 

Opie Lee 243, 304, 305 

Pamela Lois 305 

Robert Eugene 243 



Ruby Velma 243, 302 

Sandra Jean 304 

Sharon Lynne 304 

Stephen Linn 304 
WINGROVE 
292, Billey Gene 269 

Elson Elwood 269 

Encil Raymoth 269 

Lola Mae 269, 333 

Lorna Maxine 269, 334 

Marion Lee 269 
WISE 

Margaret Ann 199 
WOLFE 

Emma 207 
WOOD 

Margaret 
WOODCOCK 

Kathryn 
WOODRUFF 

Bernice 

Jonathan 

Mrs. Leonora 

Lucy E. 103 

William W. 104 

William Warren 
WOODWARD 
303 Ben F, 151 

Clarence Mills 

Mrs. Ella 151 
WRIGHT 

Anna 101, 102 

Anne 36 

Bertha Arizona 346 

Earl 318 

Helen Marie 

Letitia 74 

Violet Earl 
WYATT 

Florence Beatrice 257 

WYER 

Elizabeth Uhl 225 
WYNKOOP 

Gatha A. 343 



331 
331 
285 
234, 



156 
233, 234 

157 

103 

103 



103 



151 



324 



318 



398 

WYSS 

Elizabeth C. 292, 293 

Walter 292 
YAMSHITA 

Syozabre 312 

Tsuneko Judy 312 
YARNALL 

Benjamin 15 

Edith 15, 31 

Ephraim 15 

Joel 15 

John 15 

Nathan 15 

Nathan, Jr. 15 

Phillip 2, 15 

Samuel 15 
YEATMAN 

John 113 

Mary J. 113 

Mrs. Rebecca 113 
YOHO 

Harrison 138 

John 254 

Oda 254 

Samuel 344 

Terry Lee 344 
YOUNG 

Alfred Lee 321 

Dawn Esther 321 

Debra Ellen 321 

Jonathan Raymond 321 

Timothy Lee 321 

Walter A. 321 
ZIMMERMAN 

Ruth Carlyn 300 
ZINN 

David C. 180 

Mrs. Emma C. 135 

Lizzie 180 

Mildred Louise 180, 226 

Oscar W. 180 












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