(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Proceedings of the sesqui-centennial gathering of the descendants of Isaac and Ann Jackson : at Harmony Grove, Chester Co., Pa., eighth month, twenty-fifth, 1875 : together with the family genealogy"

' 



: "I.: 

► - 

r : 



(^ 



^ 


1 




PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 




cfj^iii-^entenmal M 




OF THE 



DESCENDANTS 



OF 



ISAAC AND ANN JACKSON, 



AX 



HARMONY G R:Q ,V.E., ', ,- ; -. . . . ., 

CHESTER OO., I'-A.■^'^' ;%'• » ' 



> 1 X , ., "> .o , J , 



Kightli Month, Twenty-^imtX a;B^5, 



TOGETHER WITH THE FAMILY 



GJ-ENEALOGY. 



" Guides of ray life ! instructors of my youth I 
Who first unveil'd the hallow'd form of truth; 
Whose every word enlightened and endeared : 
In age beloved, in poverty revered ; 
In friendship's silent register ye live. 
Nor ask the vain memorial art can give."— Rogers. 



PHILADELPHIA: 

Published by the Committee for the Family. 
1878. 



• • • 

• • • 



''.// "THE 

'••  "  . // NEW YORK 

••'.: : ':'.:: :'•', f public library 



^ 1 896 ^ 



2 



7"/ 



PREFACE. 



The Committee appointed at the late Sesqui-centennial Gathering of the 
Jacksons to publish the proceedings of that occasion, it might appear, had 
their prescribed duties sufficiently defined at that time; and restricted to that 
particular undertaking, the work assigned them might have been completed 
a few weeks after the meeting was held; but some efforts having previously 
been made towards the compilation of a family record of the earlier branches, 
on consultation on the subject and through the urgent solicitation of many of 
the friends interested, it was thought a genealogy of the family brouijht 
down to the latest period, might add much to the value of the work, although 
necessarily attended with protracted delay in bringing it to the requisite de- 
gree of completeness. With the view of producing a work of this character 
that might meet with general acceptance and become worthy of preservation, 
as, at least, a " brief memorial," more especially of those who have passed 
away, one of the committee undertook the task of searching up family 
records; and. in response to a circular issued requesting the requisite data for 
such a compilation, through patient enquiry and research a record of more 
than three thousand of the descendants of Isaac and Ann Jackson is the 
result; and although many of the branches are minute in particulars, yet a 
longer period allowed for further investigation might bring to light, associated 
with many interesting facts, some hundreds more, regarding whom it is to 
be regretted no data of family history have been obtained. 

The labor of compiling a genealogy that is carried to the ninth generation 
can only be comprehended fully by those who have made it a special study. 
The intricate paths through which the genealogist is led to acquire the 
sought-for knowledge — the uncertain data often presented requiring from 
various sources confirmatory evidence to establish fact — the vague, imme- 
thodical way in which some, through succeeding generations, have preserved 
their records — failure in numerous instances to supply answers to defuiite en- 
quiries — and added to this the frequent uncertainty of tradition — are all diffi- 
culties to be grappled with in the way of research. 

The present task has been carried on, not as an onerous undertaking, but 
as a "labor of love," with no expectation of compensating advantage or of 
adequate reward, other than that arising from the satisfaction of bringing 
into a collected form for preservation, such details of our family history a.-s are 
deemed of general interest, and which otherwise might in the la])se of a few 
years pass into oblivion. To facilitate enquiry, the compiler has had the 



ii. PREFACE. 

kind assistance of others, to some of whom there is a special indebtedness, 
and their valuable services are liereby acknowledged. To Gilbert Cope, of 
West Chester, whose voluminous records of the early settlers of Chester 
County, as well as many of their descendants, have been freely consulted, and 
have furnished a large amount of material that otherwise, in all probability, 
would not have been accessible; also through his correspondence with Sam- 
uel Bewley,* a Friend in Dublin, Ireland, for a transcript of the minutes from 
the old records of Mouutmellick Meeting, referring to all the Jacksons whose 
names were therein recorded. To Thomas Jackson, Architect, of Belfast, for 
a neatly prepared chart giving a genealogy of the Jacksons from their lirst 
arrival in Ireland, but chiefly limited to the descendants of Thomas, the old- 
est son of Isaac and Ann Jackson; also to his brother, Samuel Pim Jackson, 
of Bristol, England, for additional information of value. To James M. Phillips, 
of Avondale, Chester County, who has with great care and labor worked out the 
record of the descendants of James, son of William and Katharine Jackson, 
nearly complete in detail as regards dates of births, marriages and deaths. 
The record of the Kirk family has also supplied important items for some 
branches and thereby materially lessened the labor of research. To John J. 
Parker, of West Chester, for many of the items given in the appendix relat- 
ing to the descendants of Samuel Jackson, (Hatter) of Reading, including 
blanches related thereto, which through his generous aid have been carefully 
gathered from reliable records. 

It may appear to some that extraneous matter, or such as might be irrele- 
vant to the subject of special enquiry, has been introduced, or that extended 
notices of individuals have place without regard to the prescribed limits of a 
genealogical record, but it was thought such items mightinvest the work with 
an interest that could not be supplied by the mere record of names and dates ; 
and it is only to be regretted that more of such notices or "brief memorials " 
of the lives of many others of the same lineage, perhaps equally worthy of 
record, could not have been obtained. It has been the intention of the com- 
piler to present throughout an impartial account — to enter all names and 
dates with accuracy, though errors, it is possible, in some instances, may have 
occurred, arising chiefly from some family records not prepared with sufTi- 
cient care, and to which alone he has had access. It has been thought advisa- 
ble to append to our family record some other branches of the same name not 

*lt is announced in "The British Friend" of llmo. 1, 1877, that Samuel Bewley died 
lOmo. 7, 1877, at his residence, Sandford Grove, Dublin, after a short illness of five days, aged 
nearly 72 years. Its obituary states that he was " widely kno^yn and esteemed for his sterling 
worth and Christian graces, * * not only by his family and friends in his own land, but 
by many also in England and America. The removal of such a man is indeed a deeji loss. 
His Judgment was so sound and excellent that it commended Itself to all, and his counsel 
was so wise, and at the same time so full of love, that it was highly valued by those who 
came under its influence. He was ever ready to give his time and attention to any who 
sought his advice, and numbers can bear testimony to the kind manner with which ho 
entered into the subjects brought before him. While much engaged in the service of our 
Keligious Society, the interests of which were very dear to his heart, he found time also to 
attend to other objects of a more public character, and his upright consistent walk caused 
him to be highly esteemed and respected by his fellow citizens." 



PREFACE. iii. 

yet traceable to a common ancestry, but wlaicli may be determined by future 
investigations. 

Photographic views taken at the time of the "Gathering " have been helio- 
typed for the work, as likewise a pen-and-ink sketch of the old mansion atBal- 
litore, said to have been the residence of our early ancestor, Isaac Jackson, 
prior to his emigration to America. The old building had been taken down 
a short time before the sketch was made, but the artist had retained, from 
actual knowledge of the place, a vivid recollection of the architectural work, 
and others testifying to the correctness of his sketch, it may be regarded as a 
good representation of the building, somewhat remodeled in later years, yet 
some portions retaining the unique style of the olden time. The views, how- 
ever, reproduced in the heliotype, have not, as rarely can they have, the 
clearness and finish which are presented in photographic representation. 

In reviewing the record, now completed as far as material at hand for our 
genealogy is supplied, this thought is presented : 

How many of these, active in their day of usefulness, are now numbered 
with the generations long since departed ! Examples among them of upright- 
ness, virtue and integrity, worthy of imitation, may we, their surviving de- 
scendants, learn wisdom therefrom and gather the golden grains they may 
have strewn along the way ! Be our watchword " Onward for the right " — 
that the record of our lives testify in the future to an unfaltering perseverance 
in well-doing unto the end— for that end, as regards our probation here, must 
assuredly come; and as assuredly, when another Sesqui-centennial shall have 
completed its cycle, the pathetic language of the gifted Montgomery must 
have become respecting each of us a forcible truth : 

"Once in the flight of ages past. 

There lived a man ! and who was he ? 
Stranger, howe'er thy lot be cast. 

That man resembled thee. 
The clouds and sunbeams o'er his eye 

That once their shades and glory threw, 
Have left in yonder silent sky 

No vestige where they flew." 



PUBLISHING COMMITTEE. 

Francis A. Jackson, Germantown, Pa. 
Alice Lewis, North Tenth St., Philadelphia. 
Susan M. Parrish, 1017 Cherry St., Philadelphia. 
Halliday Jackson, West Chester, Pa. 



The Committee having carefully reviewed the " Proceedings of the Gath- 
erincr," authorized the publication of the same in connection with the faniily 
genealo-y, the general arrangement of which it is thought will be found free 



iv. PREFACE. 

from ambiguity, and it is hoped be satisfactory to all , having a full Index — a 
desideratum to be appreciated — that will remove all difficulty in tracing any 
branch through its ancestral line. The Record, though compiled with care, 
may contain some errors which should be duly noted; and as a copy, for 
future reference, will be placed in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, in 
Philadelphia, for insertion therein all corrections should be forwarded to the 
compiler. 
Imo. 1, 1878. Halliday Jackson. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



In endeavoring to trace our ancestral line to an earlier period 
than the middle of the seventeenth century, after long and assid- 
uous research no satisfactorj^ result has been attained, although the 
occurrence of the Jackson name antedates the period of the Norman 
Conquest. In the sixteenth century the Jacksons Avere numerous 
in various parts of England, many occupying prominent positious 
both in church and state ; and some, not a few in number, during 
that age as well as in later times, for the maintenance of principles 
consonant with their convictions of justice and right, passed 
through the fiery ordeal of religious persecution.* The Parish 
records of Lancashire and contiguous counties, as far as consulted, 
atford no information relative to those wlio emig-rated to Ireland 
or to America, with whom our forefathers might have claimed a 
common lineage. 

The following letter, bearing upon this subject, has a significance 
and interest that commend it for insertion here as an appropriate 
introductory to the proceedings which follow ; 

West Chester, Novemijbr 2&, 1H7T. 
To Halliday Jackson : 

Esteemed Friend: — During a visit which my eldest son, Charlton T. 
Lewis, and I made to Great Britain in the summer of 1876. we spent part of 
a day in .June at Ecclestou, in the ancient parish of 8t. Michael's, in liau- 
cashire, whence Anthony Jackson migrated in 1649. Our object was, to 
ascertain whether information could be obtained from any source, of the 
ancestors of Richard and Anthony Jackson. We hoped to find the dates of 
their births, and the names of their parents, in the parisii register, and to 
get hold of some clue that would conduct our inquiries to generations more 
remote. We called on the Rev. William Batesou, the rector of tlie i.ariKli, 
and learned from him that the old parish register was not in his possession ; 
and that there was no register, so far as he was aware, sufficiently old for 
our purpose. He knew of no records, then existing, of an earlier dale than 
about the beginning of last century. There was indeed, he said, a ininiIxT 

".See Appendix. 



IV INTRODUCTORY. 

of persons then living in Eccleston, and in the immediate neighborhood, of 
the name of Jackson, but he did not suppose that any of them could furnish 
authentic information of their progenitors who had lived two hundred years 
ago. Although we were strangers to the Rector, and were without letters 
of introduction, he treated us with great civility, and seemed to enter into 
the spirit of our inquiries, and to be disposed to aid us to any reasonable 
extent in his power. He even promised us that if, in his intercourse with 
his parishioners, he should receive information of any value to us, he would 
not fail to furnish us with it. 

Since our return home my son has had correspondence with Mr. Bateson, 
who has been so kind as to have the old parish register looked up and care- 
fully searched; but, as was supposed, the record shows nothing to our pur- 
pose. Its earliest entry is in 1661, twelve years after Richard and Anthony 
Jackson left Lancashire. By a transcript furnished by the church officer 
having charge of the register, which transcript I have now in my possession, 
it appears that in the fifty years that followed 16G1, there were entries of 
seventeen marriages, thirty-five baptisms and twenty-seven burials of persons 
of the name of Jackson ; but the record, of coui-se, fails to show any con- 
nection between the Jacksous that emigrated twelve years before the date of 
the first entry, and the Jacksous that remained ; and it is not to be expected 
that further inquiry in the same direction will be attended with a more satis- 
factory result. 

It is something to have found evidence confirming to some extent the 
truthfulness of existing records, and to have ascertained that the family 
name is not yet extinct in the seats of onr ancestors, — but this is far short of 
what we hoped and even expected. 

Having failed to find, at Great Eccleston, wluit we wanted, we visited the 
next day another town in the same shire, bearing the name of Eccleston, 
some twenty- five or thirty miles distant from the former, and there obtained 
access to the register of the parisli. It appeared to have been regularly kept 
from about the year 1600, except that there was a hiatus of several years 
between 1621 and 1628, but there was not in it a note of the birth, baptism, 
or death of a single person of the name of Jackson ; nor was the name to be 
seen, inscribed on any monument or tomb stone in the old church yard of a 
parish church wheie for many generations "the rude forefathers of the ham- 
let sleep." 

At Bristol, a few days later, we called on Samuel Pim .lackson, Esq , a 
merchant of that city, a gentleman of intelligence and a highly respectable 
member of the Society of Friends. He belongs to the Irish branch of the 
family, and it was supposed that he might have some information about our 
progenitcn-s, which we did not possess ; but we ascertained that what he 
knew was derived from the same sources as that we already had, and was not 
ninre minute or of an earlier date, 

(Jur next inquiry was at the Friends' Institute, Bishopsgate St., London ; 
but no records are found there but such as relate to members of the Society 
of Friends, in England and Wales, and there was no regular organization of 



INTRODUCTORY. y 

the Society in England till after the emigration of Richard and Anthony 
Jackson to Ireland. 

Any further prosecution of our inquiries seemed to be useless. "\Vo 
might, indeed, have seen some of the .Jacksons still residing in and ab.)ut 
Old Eccleston, and have asked of them what they knew of their ancestur.s 
but from what we heard of them we were not led to suppose that we should 
be rewarded for our pains. It is barely possible that a private genealogical 
record, compiled by some one more than commonly curious in family history, 
and connecting the English line with the emigrants to Ireland, may yet turn 
up ; but such an occurrence is by no means probable. Such curious com- 
pilers are as rare in England as in America, where people are generally too 
much concerned for the present and the future to trouble themselves about 
the long past ; and I apprehend that we shall have to be content with the 
scanty information we now^ have of our English ancestors, who lived prior to 
the middle of the seventeenth century. 

Very sincerely, your friend, 

JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 



THE SESQUI-CENTENNIAL GATHERING AND 

ITS PROCEEDINGS. 



On the Eleventh of Ninth month, (0. S.) 1725, Isaac Jackson, 
of Ireland, landed at New Castle, Del., and forthwith proceeded 
to Londongrove, Chester County, Pa., and located on the spot 
now known as Harmony Grove, To commemorate this event, the 
present occupants of the ancestral homestead issued the following 
card, which,through unremitting exertion on their part, was widely 
distributed among the descendants of Isaac Jackson, as far as 
information of their whereabouts could be obtained, many being 
residents of distant portions of our country : 

"You are cordially invited to attend a pic-nic at Harmony Grove, Chester 
Co., Pa., on the 25th of Eighth month, 1875. This occasion is a sesqui- 
centennial gathering at the Old Homestead, in commemoration of the land- 
ing in this country, and settlement at this place, of our common ancestor, 
Isaac Jackson, in 1735. 

EVERARD AND MaRY (JACKSOK) CONARD." 

^ In response to the above invitation, a large company of de- 
scendants of Isaac Jackson, and those allied to the family by mar- 
riage, assembled on the designated day, at the place whereon their 
ancestor had first made his home in this new country, and which 
four generations of his descendants have successivel}^ occupied. 
The old homestead stands on the northern side of a fertile valley, 
about half a mile wide, bounded by gently swelling hills of mod- 
erate elevation. A small stream flowing a few rods distant, in 
front of the mansion, joins a branch of White Clay Creek, which, 
a short distance eastward, enters the valley through a gap in the 
northern hill, and, following its course, emerges some two miles 
below, on its way to mingle its waters ultimately with the Delaware. 
The Philadelphia and Baltimore Central R. R. traverses tlie entire 
length of this valley, and one connecting the Pennsylvania Central 
road with Delaware City, crosses the former road at the eastern 
outlet. The valley, which within the memory of those who have 



8 THE SESqUI-CENTENNIAL GATHERING 

scarcelj^ passed middle life, slumbered in quiet seclusion, is thus 
brought into communication with the busy world beyond its en- 
compassing hills. 

The mansion of Harmony Grove is an old-fashioned and unpre- 
tending but comfortable structure, the western third, of stone, 
having been built in 1775 ; the remainder, of brick, a part of which 
occupies the site of the primitive cabin of the first settler, at a 
later period. To the west and north of the house, a space of an 
acre and a half, extending back to the foot of the more abrupt 
ascent of the hill, was planted by John Jackson, a grandson of 
Isaac, in the end of the last and the early years of the present 
century, as a Botanical garden, wherein he collected numerous 
rare trees and shrubs from our own and foreign countries, as well as 
smaller plants.* A ver}^ small portion of the ground is now de- 
voted to the culture of flowers, but many noble trees still attest his 
care and skill. Near the northwestern corner of this garden rises 
" The Legendarj' Spring." The source was covered and the waters 
were conveyed under ground to suppl}' a quaint spring house, 
flowing through which the^^ were collected in a square pond, which, 
with its diminutive outlet, furnished localities suited to the culture 
of aquatic plants. The other half of this building, adjoining the 
dairy, was a green-house, while a room above was devoted to the 
drying and storing of seeds. William Jackson, the youngest son 
of John, and the inheritor of his botanical and horticultural tastes, 
planted the hill rising on the north of the garden, with evergreens 
and deciduous trees, which now form a flourishing grove. 

Such is the place to which the members of the widely scattered 
Jackson clan gathered on this occasion. Two days of cloud and 
frequent rain immediately preceding, had caused many anxious fore- 
bodings, but the morning of the appointed day proved fair, while 
a cooling breeze tempered deliciously the else too ardent heat. The 
abundant rains of the first part of the month, had maintained in 
vegetation the freshness of early summer, and nature appeared in 
her fairest array. By the trains of the Baltimore Central Rail- 

» The beautiful ly-ailorned grounds at once indicate to the beholder the careful handi- 
work of the early Jackson settlers, and the evidences of an early botanical taste in John 
.Tackson, whoso favorite pursuit was the cultivation of flowers, and whose love therefor as 
for other useful sciences, found a written expression in his own words to his friend and 
collaborator, Humi)hrey Marshall, thus :— "I hope the public peace will add fresh life and 
vigor to every useful science lliat may tend to adorn and enrich our country, the propa- 
gation of plants being one, and much my delight. I take every help that I receive this 
way as a kindness."— See letter to H. M., dated Third month 30th, 1789, in Memoirs of 
Uartrain and Marshall, by Win. Darlington, M. U. 



AND ITS PROCEEDINGS. 

road, which, bj^ special arrangement, stopped on this day a few 
rods from the mansion, and by private conveyances, came hundreds, 
eager to meet yet unknown kinsfolk, or to renew acquaintance 
with early associates, from whom the stream of life had drifted 
them apart; and before II o'clock, the number present probably 
exceeded a thousand, their ages varying from the patriarch of 
eighty-four years, to the infaut of three months. For all, the 
hospitable door stood open, and over the gate of entrance from 
the road in front, appeared in letters of green on a white ground 
the motto: "Harmony Grove — Welcome." Passing throusfh, 
the inner side showed the following lines : 

"What though it may be that our honored forebears 

Made their mark ou the times which with them passed away ; 
Our aims and our deeds may be noble as theirs, 
And we make an impress as worthy as they." 

Near the eastern end of the garden, about five rods north of the 
house, seats for a meeting had been an-anged in the shade of the 
grand old trees, and a stand erected for speakers and appropriately 
decorated. At the back, in large letters, formed of evergreens on 
a white ground, appeared the words: "In Honor of our An- 
cestors." Above this hung a framed drawing, representing on :i 
shield the devices which tradition reports as having been those of 
the coat of arms of some remote progenitor of the clan, " two 
grej'hounds and a dolphin," t3'pifying "swiftness by land and sea." 
There was no pretense, of course, of a representation of the actual 
heraldic arms, and, probablv. the only importance attached to the 
existence of such, b}' anj- of the existing descendants, is its ap- 
parent indication that the faithful performance of duty and stead- 
fast adherence to their views of right, which, in later days, marked 
the martyrs and the persecuted Quakers of the famil}-, were 
manifested in ruder times, in warlike pursuits. Below this picture 
was a framed photograph of William Jackson, the father of our 
hostess, and former possessor of Harmony Grove; appended to 
which were these impromptu lines, written that morning by Charles 

C. Burleigh : 

"Of judgment sound, kind heart and soul serene, 
Clear head and active hand and modest mien ; 
Faithful and true and prompt at Daly's call, 
A fearless champion of the rights of all. 
His pole-star Truth, his guide a conscience pure, 
His work well done, and his requital sure." 



10 THE SESqVI-CENTENNlAL GATHERING 

Above this again was suspended a beautiful wreath of lichens, dried 
flowers and autumn leaves, within which, neatly framed in ivy 
leaves, was this printed motto ; 

" He who blesses most is blest, 

Aud God and man shall own his worth 
Who toils to leave as his bequest, 
Au added beauty to the earth." 

The platform was provided with seats, and a table for the secre- 
taries, and was beautifully decorated with large vases, dishes, and 
two handsome designs of cut flowers. On the trees forming the 
two front corners, hung the dates "1725-1875;" the former in 
figures of antique style, formed of lichens on a white ground, and 
framed with lichens, ' immortelles ' and pine cones ; the latter in 
modern characters of fresh evergreen and edged witli Iresh rose- 
buds. 

In various places against the trunks of trees in the grove, were 
suspended printed mottoes in rustic frames, as follows : 

"Lo, from all the country side, 
Come ueighboi's, kith and kin ; 
From city, hamlet, fann-house old, 
The welcome guests come in." 



"If we gather each his share, 



We'll find two flowers for every care ; 
And thus dress up life's tangled bowers. 
And make it all a world of flowers. ' ' 



"Here's pleasure without regretting, 
And good without abuse, 
The holiday and the bridal 
Of beauty and of use." — WniTTiEn. 



" The sweet remembrance of the just, 
Shall flourish when he sleeps in dust." 



" Thank God for every hour and day, 
Of all the past of earthly flowers, 
Since one quick thought can make them ours. 
And scatter time aud space away. ' ' 



" The greeu earth sends her incense up 
From many a mountain shrine, 
From folded leaf and dewy cup 
She pours her sacred wine." — Whittier. 



i'P?'"*?? 



^n 



i^- 






ir^.. 



AND ITS PROCEEDINGS. 11 

On the western end of the mansion, Cbuilt in IT 7 5,) hung two 
plain frames, containing the words : " The Bridal Home of John 
and Mary Jackson," and under this these lines : 

" A hundred years of time and tide, 
Unto these walls have come, 
A hundred years since iu his pride, 
Our grandsire brought his lovely bride, 
To this, their future home."' 

Across the front gable of the old spring-house, concealing the 
middle window of the upper room, was the following, in large sten- 
ciled letters on white muslin : 

'' Our grandsire's hands this building reared, 

Where dairy fruits were stored ; 
Whence came the butter, cream and milk 

Which crowned their bounteous board. 
And when the frosts of winter came, 

So wisely was it planned, 
Flowers bloomed below, while seeds above 

Were stored to strew the land." 

At the source of the spring, in the grove back of the spring- 
house, a small pump had been inserted, on which was suspended 
by a chain a pewter porringer, cast by Isaac Jackson, the clock- 
maker, grandson of the original settler, and brother of John, the 
botanist. On a post beside this was the mark, " The Legendary 
Spring." The bee-hives on the lawn near the spring house bore 
the mottoes : 

" By industry we thrive 
When not robbed." 



" How doth the little busy bee 
Improve each shining hour." 

Within the front yard, on the west of the entrance gate, a tem- 
porary table had been prepared with writing materials, and here 
the guests on arriving were invited to register their names on 
sheets of paper, designed to be afterward bound in an album a6 a 
memento of the occasion. Although this invitation was publicly 
repeated from the stand more than once during the day, some of 
those present unfortunately failed to respond, but the signatures 
of nearly 800 descendants and connections were obtained. 



12 THE SESqUI-CENTENNIAL GAT HE RING. 

About lU o'clock, A. M., the ringing of a large bell gave notice 
to those who had been wandering about the grounds, meeting old 
friends or making new acquaintances, to collect at the stand, where 
a large compau}^ soon gathered, Everard Conard, our host, in a few 
modest and appropriate words, offered to all present, on behalf of 
himself and family, a cordial welcome, and nominated as President 
of the meeting, Jolm G. Jackson, of Hockessin, Delaware. Charles 
Canby, of Wilmington, Del., Halliday Jackson, of West Chester, 
Pa., and Marj- J. Conard, were chosen Vice-presidents ; and John 
I. Carter and Alice Lewis, Secretaries. The President on taking 
the chair, briefl^r expressed his sense of the honor conferred upon 
him, excusing himself from extended remarks at this time, as he 
had prepared an essay to be read later. Letters of response to 
the invitation, from several who were unable to attend, were read. 
This being merel}^ a session for organization, prior to an adjourn- 
ment for dinner, the programme of proceedings for the afternoon 
was announced. Hallida}' Jackson, by request, exhibited the 
original marriage certificate of William Jackson and Katharine 
Miller, in 1733, containing the autographs of Isaac Jackson and 
sevei'al of his children, with those of other friends and neighbors. 
This venerable document, yellow with age and much worn, had 
been carefully preserved by pasting it on muslin, and its appearance 
excited considerable interest. Charlton T, Lewis, of New York, 
moved that steps be taken to have it lithographed in facsimile^ 
and copies furnished to such of the descendants as desire it; and 
he and Hallida}' Jackson were appointed a committee to carry out 
the proposition.* 

Chandler Darlington moved that measures be taken to have the 
proceedings of this meeting published in book form, and the Chair- 
man appointed James M. Phillips to receive contributions to meet 
the expense of publication. The meeting then adjourned for din- 
ner. This was taken in pic-uic st^'le, most of the company having 
brought their provisions. Under the trees in the northwest corner 
of the garden, six long tables had been erected, which were occupied 

* Charles Dingec menUoned that he remembered having seen, some years since, t)ie 
original, as he believed, of the certificate of the marriage of Isaac Jackson and Ann 
Evans, and he thought it must still be in existence, though he knew not where. It was 
suggested that if found, it be copied also, and the suggestion was adopted. It may be 
mentioned here, that diligent search and inquiry have failed to bring to light the original 
document, the oldest copy yet found being evidently only a copy, as all the signatures are 
in the same hand-writing as the body of the paper— apparently that of a grandson of Isaac 
Jackson, the pioneer. 



AND ITS PR CEEDINGS. , 3 

by various lamily parties. i\nother table was prepared in the 
southwest corner of tlie grove on tlie liiU adjoining the garden 
proper on the north, find was appropriated to the Harmony°Grove 
family, to which they invited such of the guests as were not other- 
wise provided for. In addition to these, some parties arranged 
for themselves temporary tables from boards found nt hand. Some 
spread their feast upon the grass, either in the garden or upon the 
hill, while others betook themselves to their carriages, and thus 
the important business of the hour went forward with the ac- 
companiment of cheerful talk and pleasant companionship. 

About 1^ P. M., the bell was rung to call the meeting together. 
On motion of Charlton T. Lewis, a committee of publication was 
appointed, consisting of Francis A. Jackson, Susan M. Parrish 
and Alice Lewis, of Philadelphia, and Halliday Jackson, of West 
Chester. Some additional letters from absentees were read. 

About this time, it was mentioned that some in the audience 
were desirous of seeing the host and hostess, and the}'- accordingly 
came forward on the platform and were introduced to the assemblv, 
who greeted them with applause. Some amusement was created 
by the appearance, on the stand, of two feminine representatives of 
the Jackson family, attired in veritable dresses of the olden time, 
with "long eared caps " and broad brimmed hats of felt, or beaver, 
tied down at the sides, who were facetiously introduced as " Ann 
Jackson and her daughter." It was then announced that a pho- 
tographer was present, who wished to take a view of the meeting, 
and, at a given signal, all, by request, remained perfectly still for 
a short time, to allow this to be accomplished. 

This being finished, Joseph J. Lewis, of West Chester, read a 
histoi-ical essay, embodying such information as he had been able 
to collect respecting the ancestry of Isaac Jackson, the immigrant, 
whose personal history and that of his immediate descendants 
were given, with brief sketches of some of those of later genera- 
tions, mainly in the line of his son William, who succeeded his 
father in the occupancy of Harmony Grove. John G. Jackson 
followed, with an essay, which, as the two had been prepared with- 
out concert between the writers, covered in part the same ground, 
but differed in style and treatment. By special re«iuest of some 
of those interested, part of a versified description of Ilarinony 
Grove, as it was over sixty years ago, written in 181 :^, ly Tliomas 
Peirce, then of Chester County, Pa., and an intimate friend of the 



14 THE SESqUI-CENTENNIAL G AT II ERIN G. 

voungrer members of the family, was read bv Sarah Pugh, of 
Philadelphia, who. as a child, was familiar with the place at that 
time. An essay, b}' Margaretta Jackson, of Kennett Squai'e, 
Chester County, Pa., followed. Charlton T. Lewis read a portion 
of a poem written in reference to this occasion, by his son, a boy 
under twelve j'ears of age. Next came the reading of a few 
stanzas, b^' Henry Peterson, of Philadelphia, entitled, '' Abraham 
and Isaac.'" Chandler Darlington followed with some " rhymes " 
written by himself, on Harmony Grove ; and Henry Peterson read 
a poem on the same theme, b}' his wife, Sarah W. Peterson. 
Yardley Warner, of Germantown, Pa., made a few remarks directed, 
for the most part, especially- to the young people present, com- 
mending to them the virtues of their ancestors. Martha Schofield, 
of Aiken, S. C, then addressed the compan}- in earnest and feeling 
words. Charles C. Burleigh closed this part of the proceedings 
with a brief, but eloquent, disconrse. The following resolution 
was then moved, by Charlton T. Lewis, and adopted unanimously : 

'• Besolved, That in the name of all the descendants of Isaac Jackson, the 
first settler on these premises, whether here present or scattered over the 
earth, we tender our hearty thanks to our host, and hostess, and their 
daughter, for the characteristically kind and hospitable manner in which 
they have welcomed us to-day." 

This ended the proceedings of the meeting: and the hour for 
the arrival of the trains upon the railroad being now near, the 
assemblage dispersed, and devoted the interval to social converse 
or parting words. About six o'clock, the train Baltimore-ward 
halted at tlie extemporized station, and, receiving its human freight, 
sped onward. The Philadelphia-bound train soon appeared also, 
and carried off many more ; and thus ended a day which, to those 
present, must long remain a pleasant memory, as a time of pure 
and rational enjoyment, and as suited to arouse us to effort so to 
live as to prove ourselves not unworthy of our honorable descent. 

Prepared by ALICE LEWIS. 



LETTERS AND ADDRESSES. 



Extract from Letter of Isaac W. Jackson, of Schenectady, X, Y. 



After expressing regret that circumstances forbid the journey, 
he says : 

" I must forego the pleasure of meeting with my relatives at your hospit- 
able call. Your meeting cannot fail to be one of the highest interest to all 
concerned. An assemblage of the descendants of honest. iJHlnstriou.s, 
sufficiently enterprising, God-fearing. God-loving people. 

" There will be, I think, very few ' Honorables," so called, among you, 
not a single millionaire, (for who ever heard of a rich .Jackson of our tribe,) 
few who have won much worldly distinction of any sort ; but men and 
women who have discharged the providential responsibilities of their several 
stations i^ i. manner that would have satisfied that good man, who in a com- 
munity where all were honest was commonly called by his friends and neigh- 
bors, 'Honest William .Jackson." (Son of Isaac, the first, and grandson of 
Anthony, i 

Such meetings as this are the appropriate occasions for the production of 
geueological knowledge. * * * Let me conclude by thanking you heartily, 
as a member of 1 he .Jackson family, for throwing open your doors at this 
' Sesqui-Centennial " gathering, and inviting them all to enter. May it be an 
occasion of great profit and enjoyment, social and spiritual, to those who are 
so fortunate as to be present."' 

Schenectady. X. Y., Aug. 14th, 1875. 



Germantown, Eighth Mo., IT, 1875. 
Everard and Mary Jackson Conard : 

Dear Cousins : — T received, some time since, an invitation to the Sesqui- 
Centennial celebration of the landing of our common ancestor, Isaac Jackson. 

It will no doubt be an interesting occasion, and it would be pleasant to 
me to meet some of my kindred after the flesh, who will probably be pref»fnt. 
and with whom I seldom have the opportunity of mingling, and among these 
would be especially you and yours, but there are some considei-ations which 
will prevent me from doing so. 



10 LETTERS AND ADDRESSES. 

In thus declining, I would express my acknowledgment of your kindness, 
and my desire that it may lorove a satisfactory and pleasant occasion ; and 
may all thus gathered at Harmony Grove, with the absent ones, be found not 
only among the invited but the accepted guests at the marriage supper of 
the Lamb, that throughout eternity we may unite with the ransomed and 
redeemed of all generations, in the one song of thanksgiving and praise. 

With kind love to your family circle, and the assurance that it would give 
me pleasure to welcome you to my home, I am 

Affectionately, your cousin, 

ELIZxVBETH ALLEN. 



San Frakcisco, Aug. 6, 1875. 
To EvERARD AND Mary Jackson Conard : 

My Dear Cousins : — I have received your kind invitation to attend the 
Pic-nic at Harmony Grove, in commemoration of the lauding in this country 
and the settlement in Jackson Valley of our common ancestor, Isaac Jackson, 
in 1725. I regret that, living on the extreme verge of the Western Continent, 
I am so far distant from the home of my ancestors, that it is impracticable 
for me to be present. 

* •;:• * * I recollect well my great uncles, John and William Jackson. 
The former took me, a little boy, through his grand garden, and showed me 
the beautiful flowers and trees gathered from every quarter of the globe. It 
was at that time, in regard to size and variety of plants, the second if not the 
lirst, on the American Continent. My great uncle, William Jackson, was a 
kind, good man, easy in his manner and genial in his disposition. On a visit 
to his house, Aunt Hannah set out the table for a meal with the dishes used 
by them at the time of their marriage. The dishes were of wood, neatly 
turned, and the tea-cups of the smallest dimensions. Everything was very 
beautiful, and as these dishes must be still in the family, I trust that they 
will be included in your Pic-nic. Uncle William attended Yearly Meeting in 
1827, and stopped with my father in Philadelphia. ]My sister Hannah had a 
new Leghorn hat, and coming home after meeting, while talking, my uncle 
came in unexpectedly. ^My sister expectetl a lecture on account of conform- 
ing too much to the '• vanities of this world." She was agreeably surprised 
when my uncle said, going up and kissing her, " Cousin, how pretty thou 
art ! Dost thou know that thy mother was married in just such a bonnet as 
this?" 

How well my mother was esteemed is evidenced by the number of rela- 
tives who bear her name. She died while 1 was an infant. My sister Hannah 
is said to have resembled her; and Anna Lewis, brother Joseph's oldest 
daugiitcr, who married Rev. Dr. Wentworth, and died in China, in manner 
and disposition bore a striking likeness to sister Hannah. In regard to 
mother, sister and niece, I may truly say : 

"None know them but to love tlieni, 
None named them but to praise." 



LETTERS AND ADDRESSES. 17 

My grandparents died before my birth. Grandfather, Isaac Jackson, was 
a prominent Friend, and an excellent mechanic. One of the first clock « 
made by him was a "regulator" without striking attachment, which be- 
longed to my father, and is, I believe, now in possession of brother .losoph. 
Some thirty years ago, being at the house of Richard I. Downing, in Chester 
County, near Downingtown, he called my attention to a clock whicli was loft 
him by his father, and which, he said, as a time-keeper had no suiH^rior. ( >n 
looking at the face I saw, "Made by Isaac Jackson, New Garden, Cliesier 
County." Of course, I told him it was made by my grandfather. 

You will please accept the above as my contribution to your I'ic-nic, amJ 
you will not doubt that my heart is with you in this celebration. 

With much love to all my relatives who will assemble on the 2."»th insUnt, 
I am your affectionate cousin, 

WM. J. LEWIS. 



Alameda, Cal., Aug. 18, 1875. 

EVERARD AKD MaRY J. CONARD: 

Dear Cousins: — Just one week from to-day will be the grand gatliering <if 
the Jacksons at Harmony Grove. As the time approaches I rcaliy.e iii<>ro and 
more what a grand thing it is to carry out this undertaking, requiring from 
you no little strength, energy and spirit, and prompted by true kindness and 
generous hospitality to us all. ]Most heartily I thank you in the name fif 
husband and children, for our kind invitation. We will join you spiritually, 
and sympathize with you in the happy meeting of so many friends. 

It mi;st be thirty-five years since I last saw the dear old home — my nn>ili- 
er's home — and it was because it was her home that we loved it so well; and 
how unutterably peaceful and beautiful is its memory. The scent of tlic 
box in the early morning as we entered the garden, the music of the birds, 
the deep shade of the beautiful trees, the cool spring in the grcen-lmnso, and 
the rare and lovely plants that in Summer used to be set around the pond — 
everything comes back to me, oiit-dcors and in, every room in the house and 
the position of the furniture. As vivid as any is the picture of my grand- 
mother, sitting by the open fire in the old part of the liou.se, built of l<»g«, 
that used to be to the left as you entered the stone mansion. Father IiimI 
called me in from my play to sit and hear grandma talk a wliile; littlo child 
as I was, I was struck with his tender, respectful manner towards Iier, for ho 
knew her journey was almost done. I can imagine how full of jk-.-u-c w.i* 
the end, the peace that passeth all knowledge, living as slie liad live<l Hio 
good old Quaker life in the spirit and power that crucifies to the world. 
* * * 

Yours sincerely and affectionately. 

MARY W. I'ALMKH. 



THE JACKSON FAMILY. 

Address : by Joseph J. Lewis, of West Chester, Pennsylvania. 



In a record of the Jackson family, a copy of which was furnished 
to William Jackson, of Philadelphia, while in Ireland, in 1870, it is 
stated, that the family, in some of its branches, can be traced back 
to a period prior to the Norman conquest. For this statement no 
authority is given, and we must be content to take it as we find it. 
The same, indeed, is said in an article on the subject, in an old 
encyclopedia, not long ago, if not even yet, to be seen in a public 
library in Dublin ; but no reference is made to any document by 
which the fact is attested. The name, we know from undoubted 
sources, is as ancient as the language we speak, yet the several links 
of the genealogical chain, which connects the Jacksons of this 
generation with an ancestry of a far remote age, cannot now be 
determined by any trustworthy evidence within our reach. ~ j 

Although we are unable to trace the ascending line of lineal 
consanguinit}' with distinctness bej^ond a limited period, this much, 
at least may be said witli confidence, that the Jacksons are clearly 
and unequivocally, Anglo-Saxon. Those who are old enough to 
remember our grandsires still living in the early part of this century, 
will not need to be reminded of their physical characteristics, their 
firmly l)uilt and full-sized statures, and the general cast of their 
features — among which were the straight, or slightly aquiline 
nose, clear gray ej^es, small mouth, and full rounded chin — attesting 
indubitably a Teutonic origin. 

Of the ancestors of Isaac Jackson, the first immigrant to this 
country, t>i'd the patriarchal head of the American familj^, we have 
no definite knowledge beyond a single generation. We have no 
record of the name or residence of his grand-father, but as his father 
and uncU' emigrated from Lancashire, in England, to the neigh- 
borhood of CarrickfergMs, in Ireland, in 1049, we may reasonably 
infer that llicy were members of a numerous family of the name, in 
that part of the country from which they came, who still remain in the 

IS 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 19 

seats of their ancestors, and whose history, though generally 
obscure, is not without some luminous points. 

The few traditions of them which now survive, indicate that they 
were men of decision of character, and firmness of purjiose. In 
times when men, as Tennyson says, " had to dodge or duck or 
die," they appear to have been steadfast in their adherence to their 
convictions, and bold in their avowal of their religious opinions. 
On the twenty-seventh day of June, 1556, Ralph Jackson, with twelve 
others, suffered martyrdom at the stake, at Stratford, and thus 
inscribed his name on the glorious roll of those who preferred a 
cruel and terrible death, to a renunciation of what they deemed the 
truth ; and a few months after John Jackson,* under the threat of 
a like fate, undauntedl}'- faced his persecutors and defied their 
power. At that period of English history, the doctrine of liberty 
of conscience was treated by the ruling authorities, in church and 
state, as a flagrant impiety, and those that maintained it were 
deemed worthy of every extremity of punishment. In order that 
men should be awakened to a sense of the importance of the right 
of self-judgment in matters of religion, it was necessarj^ that the prin- 
ciple should be upheld with a heroism ready to endure torture and 
death in its support. That the Jacksons should be found among 
the sufferers in so noble a cause, redounds to their honor and sheds 
a certain lustre on the name. 

Men of such mould were not likel}'" to be quiescent in storm}'- 
times, but whether they supported the fortunes of the house of 
York or Lancaster, or what part they took in the i^olitical strifes 
and troubles which involved the kingdom, during several centuries 
prior to the last civil war, we know nothing. It seems however 



. *The following examination of John Jackson, which appears to give his own closing 
testimony before he suffered for his religious principles, is taken from an old work on the 
" Suffering of the Martyrs " of the 16th century. H. J. 

1556.— Examination of John Jackson before Dr. Cook. 

When first I came before him, he railed and called me "heretic." I .said, I am no 
heretic. 

Cook.— Mr. Reed told me thou was the rankest heretic of all of them in the King's 
Bench. 

Jackson. — I said, I knew him not. 

Cook. — No ! quoth he, yet he examined thee at the King's Bench. 

Jackson. — He examined five others but not me. 

Cook. — What sayest thou to the blessed sacrament of the Altar? 

.7acA;«on.— It is a diffuse question to ask me at the first dash, you promising to deliver 
me. 

CooA:.— What a heretic is this ! 

Jackson. — It is easier to call a man a heretic than to prove him one. 

Cook. — What church art thou of? 



20 



THE JACKSOy FAMILY. 



that, in some way, they became entitled to wear a family c«.at of 
arms, and the device which it bore is stated to have been two grey- 
hounds and a dolphin, signifying swiftness by land and sea; but 
what class of arms they were entitled to l)ear, we are not informed. 
As the right to family arms was the criterion which distinguished 
the gentleman from the peasant, the fact of the possession and 
exercise of that right has this value, that it indicates a certain 
degree of rank and consideration in the possessor. 

In the great civil war, which terminated shortly V)cf<)re that 
branch of the family which is here represented left Lancashire, we 
cannot say, certainly, that our ancestors bore any part ; but from 
what we know of their sentiments, and of the interest they were 
accustomed to take in passing events, we may reasonably infer tliat 
in a conflict between prerogative on the one hand, and ]irivilegf on 
the other, they were to be found only in the ranks of those that 
claimed the largest liberty, both in civil and ecclesiastical govern- 
ment, and that the}' were not inactive spectators of the exciting 
struggle so deeply affecting the "divine rights " of human nature. 
One thins; we have undoubted evidence of. in a book still extant, 
that the father and uncle of Isaac Jackson, tlie first immigrant, 
were on terms of intimate friendship and in general agreonn-nt in 
sentiment with an officer in the parliamentary army, and tlien- is a 
tradition that both the father and uncle accompanied Cromwell to 
Ireland^n his invasion of that country, and in his campaign against 
the Duke of Ormond. 

Anthony' Jackson is the first of the famih' to which we, that are 
here assembled, claim to belong. From him we can trace our 



Jackson. — What church? quoth I: I am of the same church that i? buililcil on the 
f(ainclati<m of the jirophets and apostle?. Jesus Christ beitiff the head corner-stone. 

Cook.— Thon art a heretic. 

.Tackson. — How can that be. seeing I am of that ehurcli ? I am sure you will not ?ay that 
the prophets and apostles are heretics. 

Ctoofc.— But what sayest thou of the blessed sacrament of the Altar ? 

Jackson. — I find it not written. 

Cook. — Keeper 1 Away with him '. 

But I had some further discourse with him and then he called again to the keeper — 
" have him to prison. "" 

Jackson. — I am contented with that ; and so we parted, and I answered no further in the 
matter because I thought he should not hare my blood in a corner— but I hoped in the living 
God that when the time shall come before the congregation I shall shake their build- 
ing in another manner of fashion : for they build both upon sand and their walls be- 
<luubed with untempered mortar and therefore they cannot stand long. Therefore, good 
brothers and sisters, be of good cheer, for I trust in my God. I and my other prison-fellows go 
joyfully before you. praising God most heartily that we are counted worthy to be witnesses 
of the truth. — John Jackson. 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 21 

descent in an unbroken line. He was l>orn at Eccleston, in the parish 
of St. Micliael, Lancashire, England, about the beginning of the sec- 
ond cjuarter of the seventeenth centur}-. In 1649, he, in company 
Willi Richard Jackson, an elder brother, removed from the place of 
their nativity- and settled in Lurgan, in the province of Ulster, 
Ireland. In the following year, Richard married in the neighbor- 
ing city of Carrickfergus, Margaret Keete, who, like himself, was 
an emigrant from England. Anthony Jackson appears to have 
marrieil some years later, but whom, or when, we are not informed. 
We are equally' in the dark as to his children, except that he had a 
son Isaac who was born in l(jG3, and who, in advanced life, became 
the first purchaser from the provincial Proprietary, of the ground 
on whicli we now stand. 

In 1648, George Fox, at the age of twent3^-four, made his appear- 
ance as a preacher of righteousness at Manchester, England, and 
entered upon his extraordinary career. The exposition of his 
peculiar views created an unusual sensation, and subjected him to 
the denunciation of the clergy, the abuse of the populace, and to 
imprisonment by tlie public authorities. But in prison and out of 
prison, he continued to preach, and crowds continued to listen to 
him, even when he s[)oke tiirough grated windows. When at liberty 
he traveled abroad, proclaiming his principles with a power and 
eloquence which procured him many proselytes, and which the 
most cruel persecution could not restrain. Of those who were con- 
vinced of his doctrines very early, were several persons of good 
education and high social position, who assisted to promulgate 
them, and the}' spread witli great rapidity. They soon reached 
Ireland, and were heartily embraced by both Richard and Anthou}' 
Jackson. 

It is to tlieir credit, that the unpopularity of the new doctrine 
and its want of acceptability by the large majority, did not prevent 
them from adopting it, though they could not but understand, that 
whatever inward satisfaction it might offer them, it was sure to 
bring upon them the contempt of both the most ignorant, and what 
was deemed the most enlightened portion of society, as well as the 
knotted thong of the^ persecutor, wielded by a merciless hand. 
For the sake of the /uth, as they understood it, they renounced 
the world and despisM the shame, and, to the end of their lives, 
they continued, amid reproach and suffering, to maintain their 
principles. 



23 TEE JACKSON FAMILT. 

In the spring of 1654, William Edmundsonand six others. amon<^ 
whom were Richard and Anthony Jackson, established the first 
Friends' meeting at Lurgan. William Edmundson was a minister of 
note, and he left a journal of his life and travels in the ministry, 
which is still extant, and in which the name of Robert Jackson, 
believed to be a son of Richard Jackson, who sometimes accom- 
panied him in his religious visits, frequently appears. 

In the year 1655, induced by the promise of an extensive land- 
holder in the county of Cavan, he went thither and purchased 
leases of several parcels of land for himself and certain of his 
friends, who were willing to go with him, among whom were 
Richard and Anthony Jackson. They removed the same year from 
Lurgan to Cavan with their families, and constituting a little set- 
tlement of kindred spirits, they established a Friends' meeting 
there. In a short time they found that the promises of their land- 
lord were delusive. The tenants became dissatisfied, and several 
of them threw up their leases, and removed to Mountmellick. Of 
those who took this decisive step rather than submit to injustice, 
were William Edmundson and Richard Jackson, between whom the 
most intimate relations seem to have subsisted. This removal took 
place in 1659, and as a consequence a Friends' meeting was organized 
at Mountmellick, of which William Edmundson and Richard Jackson 
were leading members. Anthony Jackson, for some reason, pre- 
ferred to remain at Cavan, and as far as we have any information, 
he continued to reside there the rest of his life. 

The persecutions to which Friends were subjected in Ireland 
began at an early date. The history of these persecutions is pre- 
served in the minutes of the several Monthly Meetings, in the jour- 
nals of some of the sufferers, and in various contemporary 
documents. Thus, it is stated in the minutes of Carlow Monthly 
Mefting of 1658, that Richard Jackson and other Friends "met 
together at Mountmellick to wait upon the Lord, and one John 
Partridge, a priest, with a rude company, broke into the meeting 
and abused the Friends very much, both by words and actions." 

It is also stated, that in 1660, William Edmundson, Richard 
Jackson, and others, "met together at Mountmellick, and for so 
meetitig were arrested and bound over to the Sessions, and on beino- 
tried were fined forty shillings each, and kept in prison fourteen 
weeks." 

And again, that Richard Jackson and others, "for not payino- 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 23 

their church dues, were excommunicated and imprisoned, and their 
excommunication published in the church and market-place, and 
by it people were charged not to buy of or sell to them, and they 
were informed, that for whatever injury they did those excommu- 
nicated persons, there was no redress or remedy by law." 

By this ingenious device of ecclesiastical cruelty, it was sought 
to put under the ban of society the most innocent and peaceable 
subjects of the realm, to deprive them of the protection of the law, 
and subject them to every species of outrage which lawlessness, 
stimulated by fanaticism, could inflict. Happih^ for them, their 
innocence, integrity and Christian humility won them general sym- 
pathy, and afforded them a protection, which in large measure 
defeated the malignant purposes of their persecutors. 

In 1661, there was a general imprisonment of Friends throughout 
Ireland. Richard Jackson was again among the sufferers, with six 
others of his particular meeting ; and Anthony Jackson, it is 
believed, did not escape. 

Other instances of fine and imprisonment are noted ; and dis- 
traint of goods for refusing to pay tithes, though seldom men- 
tioned, must have been of frequent occurrence ; so frequent indeed, 
as to have become a common experience, and to be regarded by 
the non-conforming and conscientious Quaker, as a legal impost 
upon his religious convictions. 

These persecutions continued till 1696, when an act of Parlia- 
ment was passed, which relieved members of the Society of Friends 
from the penalties prescribed by law, for their refusal to take 
certain oaths. Such refusal had for forty years been made the 
pretense for their being fined and imprisoned, through the malice 
of sectaries, and the petty tyranny of inferior magistrates. 

Whether Anthony Jackson lived to see that day of partial tolera 
tion we are not informed. Richard Jackson died in 1679, leaving a 
family of children. A large number of his descendants still reside 
in Ireland. Anthony Jackson's son Isaac, who is the only one of 
his children of whom we have any definite information, was carefully 
educated in the principles of Friends, and was an exemplary and 
consistent member of the Society. In the year 1696, he married 
Ann Evans, a daughte/ of Roland Evans, of the city of Wicklow, 
and settled near Balli/>re, within the limitsof the Monthly Meeting 
of Carlow, to which Le belonged. He had a family of ten children, 
three of whom, we find by the record, were named Isaac. The eldest 



24 THE JACKSON FAMIL Y. 

of the uame died in infancy, the second fared no better ; the father, 
not deterred by the ill-fortune which seemed to attend on the name, 
persisted in having it in the family, and gave it to his youngest son, 
who happily carried it to manhood. 

In an old memoir, it is said of Isaac and Ann Jackson that 
" they were Friends in good esteem, who, by their industry and 
care, in part b}^ farming, but principally in the weaving business, 
maintained their large family with reputation." 

When about sixty j^ears of age, Isaac and Ann Jackson began to 
look toward America as their future home. Their eldest daughter 
Rebecca, who had married Jeremiah Starr, was already settled in 
Pennsylvania, with good prospects, and the minds of the father and 
mother were drawn strongly together in the same direction. The 
memoir states, that they had the subject of their emigration 
" under weightycousideration " for several years, and they at length 
informed their friends of it. " While they were under exercise and 
concern of mind," I quote from the memoir, " and desirous that 
best wisdom might direct, Isaac had a dream or vision to this 
import — that having landed in America he traveled a considerable 
distance back into the country till he came to a valley between two 
hills. Through this valley ran a pretty stream of water. The 
prospect and situation of the place seemed pleasant, and, in his 
dream, he thought his family must settle there, though a wilderness 
unimproved." 

Whether this remarkable dream influenced his determination, 
we are not told ; but, however that may be, he and his family soon 
after embarked on the ship Lizar, at Dublin, and after a tedious 
passage, landed at New Castle, on the eleventh day of September, 
1725. From New Castle he proceeded to the house of his son in- 
law, Jeremiah Starr, who was residing on a farm he had purchased, 
in what is now New Garden township. There Isaac Jackson 
related his dream, and, as the memoir continues "was informed of 
such a place near. He soon went to see it, which to his admiration 
80 resembled what he had a foresight of, that it was a cause of joy 
and thankfulness." 

Thus far the memoir ; but tradition — as it existed some seventy 
years ago, when several of the grand-children of the venerable 
patriarch, to whom the visionary' picture of his future home was 
thus presented, were still alive, and having seen and conversed 
with their grandsire, may have heard the singular story from his 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 25 

own lips — added, that he was shown in his dream, on the hillside a 
spring of water near which he and his family should settle ; and 
that it was impressed upon him, that not only he and they should 
dwell there, but that his descendants should occupy the land for 
generations. By the same tradition it was further said that a 
single tract of four hundred acres of land, including the pleasant 
valley seen b}'' the dreamer, was the only one in that vicinity which 
had not already been taken up by previous settlers. He doubtless 
regarded it as a land of promise to himself and family, and he 
hastened to become master of it by lawful title. Although far 
advanced in life for such an undertaking, he went resolutely to 
work, and, with the assistance of several stalwart sons, built a 
cabin, made a clearing, and in due time had the satisfaction of 
establishing a comfortable home, surrounded by the fruits of his 
industry and enterprise, which, for nearly a quarter of a century, 
he lived to enjo}". His posterity still hold the family seat, after 
the lapse of one hundred and fifty years ; and we see here around 
us to-day the same hills, and spread out before us the same beau- 
tiful valle}', hillside fountain, and pleasant stream, which were 
pictured to his inward eye, three thousand miles away ; and, though 
the prospect has undergone a change, and the wilderness has blos- 
somed with all the forms of beauty which skilful cultivation could 
produce, the main characteristics of the scene are the same. 
Whether the dream was prophetic, or whether the close agreement 
between what was dreamed and what afterwards occurred, were 
merel}' fortuitous, we may leave for those who choose to speculate 
on the subject to decide. I have only to deal with the facts as 
they existed, and they, as stated, are well authenticated. 

Isaac Jackson brought with him from Ireland, a certificate of 
membership from Carlow to New Garden Monthly Meeting, for 
himself and his wife, and he was soon after appointed an overseer, 
and subsequently an elder of that meeting. In this latter station 
he continued to serve till 1744, when, having reached his eighty- 
first year, his growing infirmities induced him to resign. In 1750 
he died, in his eight3'-seventh year. By his will, he devised to his 
son William, all his landed estate, he having remained with his 
father and assisted hirVin his struggles with the hardships of a 
frontier life. To his o/^er children he gave pecuniary legacies. 

William Jackson was the third son of Isaac and Ann Jackson, 
and was born, according to the record, Second month 24th, 1705. 



26 THE J A CKSON FAMIL 7. 

He appears to have been a man of more than usual activity and 
energy. He was a useful member of society, a shining example 
of probity and virtue, careful, attentive and successful in business ; 
he occupied, with credit, prominent positions in his religious 
society, and he was particularly remarkable for his large and 
liberal hospitality. His house was the common resort of Friends 
traveling in the ministry, with whom both he and his wife were 
ever in sympathy. In 1733, he married Katharine, a daughter of 
James Miller, who, with his family, had removed from Timahoe, in 
Ireland, and settled in New Garden, within a half mile of the 
meeting house. She is remembered as a woman of superior mind, 
active in all good works, and much engaged in the service of the 
Society of Friends, of which she was a consistent, exemplary, and 
highly respected member. 

William and his wife continued, after the death of Isaac, to 
reside at the old family seat, which they largely improved. They 
had a family of ten children, five sous and as many daughters. 
For the first two sons, Isaac and James, the father purchased 
farms, and, on their marrying, set them up in business. B}^ his 
will, he divided the mansion place between his two younger sons, 
William and John. To William he gave the western division, and 
to John, the eastern, including the family dwelling, built by him- 
self in 1775, in the seventy-first year of his age. Katharine's 
death preceded that of her husband by more than four years. 
They had endeared themselves by their beneficence, kindness and 
meekness of spirit, to a large circle of friends, and they died 
universally beloved and revered. 

William Jackson, fourth son of William and Katharine Jackson, 
v/as remarkable in youth for stability of character and seriousness 
of demeanor, and, as early as 1775, he became an approved min- 
ister. In 1778, he married Hannah, a daughter of Thomas and 
Hannah Seaman, of Westbury, Long Island, and went to reside 
there with his wife. After about two years, he returned to the 
place of his nativity, and, for the remainder of his life, lived on 
that part of the farm which was afterwards devised to him by his 
father. In 1802-3 and 4, he traveled through England and Ireland, 
on a religious visit, and was absent about three years; during 
which time he attended nearly all the meetings of Friends in \ 
England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and some of them re- 
peatedly. He also visited, at diff'erent times, Friends in Maryland 



ADDRESS BT JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 27 

"Virginia, New York, and Xew England. At one time, he -was 
absent from home, in the prosecution of his religious labors, for 
more than a year, traveling through State after State, in the work 
of the ministry. His engagements, in this way, continued occa- 
sionally, till he was about seventy-eight years old ; after which, he 
ceased to travel beyond the limits of his own Yearly Meeting. He 
had no children, was in easy circumstances, simple and economical 
in his habits, and not desirous of pecuniary gain. He would 
never lend money at a rate of interest exceeding five per cent, and 
he frequently required but four, and he allowed his debtors to 
pay very much as suited their own convenievce. His chief 
interest was in the concerns of his religious society, and in the 
promulgation of the truth, as he understood it; and, though dili- 
gent in business, in the intervals of his religious labors, he was 
indifferent as to its profits. A desk, which b}^ his will he gave to 
a grand nephew, with its contents, was found to contain gold and 
silver coin, in amount upwards of four hundred dollars, which had 
obviously been carelessly thrown in, as received in different sums, 
without being cared for afterwards ; and various other sums of 
money were found in drawers and cupboards and such like places, 
not secreted, or apparently subjects of any special care. He was 
punctitious in his adherence to plainness of dress, and in his style 
of living ; and he avoided all innovations that bad the aspect or 
semblance of luxury. The ancient trencher, with its fitting ac- 
companiment, adorned his family table long after it had disappeared 
from every other household in the neighborhood. In all respects, 
he was a thorough Friend of the elder type, and continued to the 
end of his life to be an example of what manner of man a solid 
Friend was, before the laxity of modern manners had encroached 
upon the drab colored simplicity of the ancient fathers of the 
church. He was grave and dignified, yet in social intercourse he 
was habitually cheerful, and he had a genial vein of innocent 
humor which enhanced the pleasure of his conversation. 

In all matters of church discipline he was an authorit}^, and his 
judgment in business meetings of the society was more than re- 
spected — it was of such weight as to be usually decisive. His 
opinions were thought }y some to betray a touch of severity, but 
no one doubted that tt/ natural flow of his feelings was genial and 
kindly, and that his heart was the seat of the most generous and 
tender emotions. His wife was a woman of intelligence and 



) ( 



28 THE JACKSON FAMILY. 

devoted piety, sprightl}' in conversation and active in all good 
works. Mutual affection and esteem assisted to brighten and 
sweeten their lives for more than fifty years. They Loth lived to a 
good old age. He survived her but a short time, and died on the 
tenth day of January, 1834, in the eighty-eigth year of his age. 
By his will he devised a part of the land given him by his father 
to his grand nephew, Isaac Jackson, son of his nephew and neigh- 
bor, William Jackson. This grand-nephew was intended by his 
father, in honor of his uncle, to be named William, but the uncle 
interposed and requested that the child should bear the name of 
the ijrimitive settler ; and that request was complied with. The 
part devised to Isaac, consisted of about one hundred acres lying 
adjacent to that part of the old famil}' estate of which the nephew 
William has become the owner. 

John Jackson, to whom his father devised the eastern division of 
his farm, resided upon it till his decease. He applied himself in- 
durtriously to its cultivation and improvement, and was an active 
man of business till considerably past middle life. He possessed 
no small amount of botanical knowledge, and delighting in the 
•culture of plants and flowers, of which he collected a great variety, 
both of foreign and domestic origin, he planted a large and beauti- 
ful garden, which he cultivated with assiduous care, and to which 
he devoted almost his whole attention during the later years of his 
life. He married under the age of twenty-seven, Mary Harlan, a 
daughter of Joel and Hannah Harlan, and raised a famil}^ of seven 
cliildren, to whom he gave advantages of education superior to 
those usually accorded in his day to farmer's children, and as they 
grew up they brought around them by their information and 
culture an agreeable and interesting circle of friends and acquaint- 
ances, so that Harmony Grove, as the old family seat was desig- 
nated, became a place of rare attractions. No where indeed in 
Ohester county was better society to be found than beneath the 
roof and at the table of John Jackson, who long maintained, and 
dispensed with a liberal hand, the traditional hospitalit}^ of the 
Louse. Though a decided Friend in his sentiments, and in the 
plainness of his dress and simplicity of his manners one of the 
pattern of the olden time, he took much less interest in the affairs 
of his religious society than his brother William, and was never a 
prominent man in the church, nor as far as is now recollected 
served in any high i)osition. He died in the year 1821, in the 



\ 



ADDBE88 BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 29 

seventy- fourth year of his age, having devised his real estate to 
his son William. 

William Jackson, the third of the name in lineal descent from 
Isaac, the first emigrant to America, was born November 7th, 1789, 
and was about thirty-two years old at the time of his father's 
decease. Many of those who are here assembled knew him well, 
and some during the early years of his life. My knowledge of 
him began when he was at school, a student of mathemathics under 
my father's direction, and he was then remarkable for his quiet 
demeanor, his studious habits, and for the reflective and rationativo 
character of his mind. He was not a miscellaneous reader, but 
what he did read, he read with close attention and discrimination, 
and he was by no means liable to be misled by the ingenuity or 
eloquence of any author. He was a calm, clear reasoner and accurate 
thinker, deliberate and unimpassioned without a touch of enthu- 
siasm, or coloring of imagination, seeking truth by the most direct 
processes, and never bewildered in the pursuit by false lights, how- 
ever brilliant or dazzling. His judgment was eminently judicial. 
He approached his conclusions by slow and cautious steps, unin- 
fluenced by his wishes or his hopes. He was interested in all social 
problems, had faith in human progress, but distrusted all sanguine 
expectations, discarded rose-colored theories, and made large allow- 
ances for the disturbing and retroactive influences of interest, of 
ambition and of the stolid conservatism of associated wealth. 
Though he was well acquainted with the principles of our govern- 
ment and with those which regulate the distribution of wealth and 
the increase of population, and in many respects was well qualilied 
for usefulness in public life, he was not a politician in the baser 
sense of the word, and regarded popularity and the honors of oflice 
with equal indifference. He was at one time, much to his surprise, 
placed on the ticket of a party with which he had slight alllliation, 
and elected a member of the State Senate. He served his term 
with credit, and was highly esteemed in that body, for his integrity, 
intelligence and accuracy of judgment, and whenever he spoke he 
commanded attention by the clearness of his statements and tlie 
cogency of his reasoning. But he was not a partisan, and could 
not manage or be managed, and his single term in the Senate was 
his whole experience in political life. 

The anti-slavery movement enlisted his warmest sympathies, and 
he was for many years actively engaged in the promulgation of its 



3 THE J A CKSON FA MIL T. 

principles. To his sense of justice, indeed, slavery was always 
abhorrent, and from his early youth he was a zealous advocate of 
emancipation. 

In the branch of the Society of Friends to which he was attached, 
he was repeatedly chosen clerk of the Monthly and Quarterly 
Meetings, for which positions he was peculiarly well litted, by the 
habitual calmness of his temperament and the cool impartiality of 
his judgment. 

It is hardly necessary to add, in this presence, that in domestic 
life, the traditional kindness of the Jackson nature was not wanting 
in him. In all family relations he was the pattern of a Christian 
gentleman. He died in the year 1864, universally lamented, and 
leaving behind him the record of a well spent life. 

By his will, he devised his landed estate to his son Isaac, 
to whom the second William Jackson (the minister), as already 
mentioned, had left an hundred acres of the old j)atrimony adjoin- 
ing. Thus this Isaac, the son of the third William, became the 
owner of a large part of the tract which the first Isaac had settled 
upon in 1725. But it was left to him, too heavily incumbered by 
leo-acies, to be long retained ; and, after a few years, it was sold to 
Everard Conard, who though not a Jackson himself, is married to 
Mary T., a daughter of the last William, and a sister of the last 
Isaac. Thus the old family seat has now come to the possession of 
our worth}^ host and hostess, the latter of whom, though a Conard, 
is still a Jackson, and a lineal descendant of him whose axe first 
resounded on these hills and whose ploughshare first clave the soil 
of this valle3^ May their descendants a hundred and fifty years 
hence, when the ter-centennial jubilee of the Jacksons, celebrating 
the landing on these shores of the father of the American family 
of that name, shall occur, still rejoice in the proprietorship of these 
sui'rounding hills and this beautiful valley, and by imitating the 
virtues of their ancestors may they entitle themselves to the privi- 
lege of possessing and transmitting this ancient and goodly in- 
heritance to other generations. 

On an occasion like this I could not, without taxing unreasonably 
the patience of the persons assembled, do more than sketch with a 
rapid and hasty pen the portraits of the successive occupants of the 
family seat, and the leading incidents of their quiet lives, from the 
time of the original settler to the death of the father of the present 
holders. Of those that left the old liome in early youth to push 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 31 

their fortunes elsewhere, and of their families rapidly multiplying, 
I can speak only in the most general terms. They have become 
associated and connected with the Gibsons, the Windles, the Phil- 
lipses, the Taylors, the Kimbers, the Pughs, the Diugees, the 
Monaghans, the Prices, the Ladleys, the Starrs, the Millers, the 
Harlans, the Hoppers, the Aliens and the Lewises. Their name is 
legion. They are scattered abroad from the Atlantic to the Pacific. 
They may be traced from New York to San Francisco, and are to 
be found in at least seventeen states of this Union. Some are 
physicians, some editors of newspapers, some professors in colleges, 
some merchants, some mechanics, many are teachers, more are 
farmers, and a few are lawyers, though as to these last, the old 
fathers regarded the profession with anything but favor. As an 
illustration of their prejudice against the law, a remark of my grand- 
father, Isaac Jackson, may be mentioned. When told by a young 
relation in whom he took some interest, that he was preparing to 
be a lawyer. " I would rather," said the old man, " that thou wast 
preparing to be a chimne}' sweep." It was well perhaps for the old 
gentleman's peace of mind that he did not live too long; for that 
six of his grandchildren should be of that despised guild might 
have made him unhapp}'. Notwithstanding this departure in a few 
instances from the primitive rule among Friends with regard to a 
proper avocation, I maj' say of the Jacksons, that with fewer 
exceptions than usually occur in families of such immense extent, 
the)' have a standing of respectability and solid worth, and have 
approved themselves valuable members of societ}-, intelligent, capa- 
ble, and measurabh' successful in whatever line of effort their ener- 
gies have been directed. 

Some have been remarkable for their benevolence, some have 
earned reputation by their learning, and some have been admired 
for their eloquence. The Isaac Jackson, my grandfather, to whom 
I have referred on account of his left-handed compliment to the 
legal profession, was noted in his day, for his efforts on behalf of 
the people of color. He lived in New Garden on a farm bought for 
him by his father, William Jackson, and being within a short dis- 
tance of the Maryland line, he was frequently called upon to inter- 
pose, when free negroes " were captured on false pretences — as 
they often were— and claimed as slaves, and when fugitives from 
slavery were pursued and reclaimed. On such occasions, he and 
Jacob Lindley usually acted together, and they were, sometimes, 



33 THE J A CKSON FA MIL Y. 

involved in considerable personal danger; for the claimants wore 
generally armed, and well attended, and they were always vindic- 
tive, and very often desperate. The elforts of the two friends were 
in many instances effective ; and not a few of the oppressed race 
owed to them their freedom. The dwelling of Isaac Jackson was, 
for many years, a refuge for tliose who were escaping from slavery, 
and they were always sure of assistance at his hands. In 1758 he 
labored, in conjunction with John Woolman and others, to Induce 
the Yearly Meeting of Friends in Pliiladelphia to take some stops 
for the emancipation of all slaves held by members of the Society. 
They were happily- successful. It was advised by the Meeting that 
Friends, wlio held slaves, should set them at liberty ; and committees 
were appointed to visit them. Isaac Jackson, in this service, visited 
the owners of more than eleven hundred slaves within the limits of 
a single Quarterly Meeting, and made a report which is referred to 
in Mr. Whittier's introduction to the Journal of John Woolman, 
stating as the result of his labors that far the greater nnmber of 
the persons visited confessed tlie wrong of slavery, and agreed to 
take measures for freeing their slaves. Tlie advisory measures of 
1158, were followed by the manumission of many slaves, by members 
of the Society; and in 1770, the Yearh" Meeting, by directing 
subordinate Meetings to deny the right of membership to all 
persons who persisted in holding their fellow creatures in bondage, 
cleared the skirts of the Society of the iniquity of slaveholding. 
To this end, Isaac Jackson labored assiduously, and being conspic- 
uous by his intelligence and wisdom in tlie work, he was appointed 
clerk of the Yearly Meeting. Toward the latter part of his life, he 
was not much engaged in the concerns of his religious society, but 
was interested in all efforts for social melioration. His hospitality, 
without being ostentatious, was singularly liberal. He built a 
stable separate from his farm buildings, for the accomodation of his 
visitors' horses, and no man of any note visited the neighborhood 
who was not a guest at his table. He had twelve children, eleven 
of whom survived him. He died in 1807, aged seventy-three 
years. 

Dr, Samuel Jackson, who was the youngest son of Isaac Jack- 
son, of New Garden, and who recently died in Philadelphia, at the 
age of eighty-two, was an elegant scholar, a forcible writer, and 
profoundly learned in his profession. After graduating as M. D., 
at the University o( Pennsylvania, he settled at Northumberland 



ADDRESS B7 JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 33 

in this State, where he remained till beyond middle age, in the en- 
joyment of a large medical practice. His eldest son, William 
Arthur Jackson, was a young man of fine abilities and elegant 
accomplishments, and was associated, in the practice of the law, 
with the Hon. John M. Read, late Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Pennsylvania. He died at the age of twenty-nine, just as 
the assurance of a successful and brilliant career, as a lawyer and 
advocate, seemed almost complete. A second son, Francis Aristides 
Jackson, has been Professor of Latin at the University of Pennsyl- 
vania for upwards of twenty years, though not yet past the meri- 
dian of life. 

Alice, the fifth daughter of Isaac Jackson, of IS'ew Garden, was a 
lady of rare endowments, an admirable speaker, and gifted preacher 
in the Society of Friends. I have heard my father, who was an 
acute literary critic, say of her, " her fluency and command of lan- 
guage were extraordinary, I never knew her to utter a sentence, 
either in her public speaking, or in social conversation, that I could 
mend." When about thirty years of age she brought the subject of 
Friends using the products of slave labor before the Yearly Meet- 
ing of Philadelphia, in an address, which made a profound impres- 
sion on that body, and constituted the first step to the formation of 
the Free Produce Association, organized some years afterwards. 
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, 
features of the Grecian mould, and a tall and handsome form, and 
her carriage was queenly in dignity and self command. She was 
universally admired for the graces of her person, and honored, 
loved, and I may truly say, 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 gaj', the witty and the wise, 
and even the simple ; for there was a genial glow in her conversa- 
tion, a warmth and tenderness of feeling, and a singular felicity 
of thought and expression, that could not fail to interest even the 
dullest intellect, and to touch the coldest bosom. In her large 
household, incjluding the pupils of her husband's boarding school, 
she was regarded as mother, sister, friend, and confidential adviser, 
to whom every one might look when counsel, or sympathy, or 
kindly care was needed ; and in whose ready resources and tender 
appliances there was relief for every trouble, and balm for every 



34 THE JACKSON FAMIL 7. 

wound. The late Judge Haines, who was one of those i)ui)ils, a 
short time before his decease, remarked 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 oli'end. 
The fear of forfeiting her good opinion was an ever present re- 
straint upon me, and I believe every bo}' in the school felt more 
or less the same way." The home that she irradiated hy her intelli- 
gence and hallowed by the charm of her loving spirit, is still sacred 
in the memories of those whose privilege it was to partake of the 
sweet influences which flowed around her, and although sixty years 
have elapsed since she went to her last rest, those influences have 
not been wholly dissipated by all the shocks and blasts of the inter- 
vening time. If I were to attempt to delineate her character, 
I should say much more ; but though the theme is one which 1 
cannot touch without emotion, I could not, either injustice to her 
or my own feelings, say less ; for she was my mother. 

Halliday Jackson, a great-grand-son of Isaac Jackson, (the first), 
spent several years as a missionary of the Yearl}^ Meeting of 
Friends of Philadelphia, among tlie Seneca Indians, instructing 
them in the arts of civilized life ; and after his return, he published 
a book entitled " Civilization of the Indian Natives." Hannah 
Jackson, a daughter of the second Isaac Jackson, (of New Garden), 
spent fifteen j^ears in the early part of her life in the same benevo- 
lent enterprise. 

John Jackson, a son of Halliday Jackson, was distinguished both 
for his eloquence and his learning. When quite a young man he 
became a preacher in the Society of Friends, and soon established a 
high character as a powerful and eloquent preacher. He traveled 
somewhat in the work of the mini^ry, in this and other States, 
and in 1840, visited the West Indies. His vocation was that of a 
teacher. He established a boarding school in Delaware County, 
Pennsylvania, and while teaching the mathematics and other 
branches of an ordinary English education, cultivated with enthusi- 
asm, astronomy and the natural sciences. He erected an observa- 
tory and furnished it with expensive apparatus, and collected an 
extensive cabinet of minerals and fossils. His natural fluency and 
facility in explanation, rendered his lectures on scientific subjects 
peculiarly interesting and attractive. He was cut down by death 
before the fruits of his laborious studies had fully matured, or the 
powers of his intellect had become thoroughly developed. 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 35 

There are others of whom I niight speak, if time would permit, 
besides General Andrew Jackson, who is supposed to have been a 
branch of the same family. The father of Andrew Jackson emi- 
grated in 1765, from Carrickfergus, in Ireland, near which city 
Anthon}' Jackson settled in 1649, and I remember to have heard it 
said by some of our relatives, before Andrew Jackson became 
President, that he was descended from a brother of Richard 
and Anthonj' Jackson, and that the brother removed from England 
to Ireland, at or about the same time they did, but as he did not 
connect himself with the despised and persecuted sect of Quakers, 
it was suggested that he became estranged from his brothers on 
that account, and lapsed into poverty. Whether this is accurate or 
not, I have not the means of judging. 

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 iu Union College, Schenectady, Ne^v 
York. He was the eldest son of William Jackson, third son of 
Isaac Jackson, of Xew Garden, and he was thus of the fourth 
generation of the descendants of the first immigrant and original 
purchaser of this family homestead. He was born in Orange 
county, in the State of New York, August 28th, 1804. His early 
education was in the bosom of the Society of Friends, of which his 
father and mother were consistent and prominent members. At 
the age of seventeen, having determined on taking a regular colle- 
giate course, he entered the Albany Academy and prosecuted his 
mathematical and classical studies with his habitual industry, and 
with more than usual success. His plain dress and the quiet sim- 
plicity of his manners, in a class in which there were no other 
Friends' children, were noticeable peculiarities, and not only 
attracted attention, but at first were subjects of ridicule with some 
of his class-mates ; but the little Quaker lad, for he was then small 
of stature, soon evinced a capacity which excited the admiration of 
his teachers and fellow-pupils, and rendered all suggestions of ridi- 
cule or contempt preposterous. He took the lead in all his studies, 
mathematical and classical, and was generally regarded as a youth 
of high promise. In 1824, he graduated at the Academy, and 
immediately entered Union College, and became a member of a 
class to which belonged Horace Potter, William F. Allen, Thomas 
Hun, Amos Dean, and others who afterwards became eminent in 
professional life. In this class he was by common consent easily 



36 THE JACKSON FAMIL Y. 

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 immediately appointed to a tutorship in the institu- 
tion, and in 1831 he became professor of mathematics. This position 
he still retains, after forty-four years of cflicicnt and acceptable ser- 
vice. He has always been a favorite with the pupils, on account of 
the thoroughness of his teaching, and the amenity of his manners. 

While he was in his junior year in college, a military organiza- 
tion was formed by the college students with the consent of the 
faculty, and he was unanimously chosen captain by one of the 
companies. He thus acquired the sobriquet of Captain Jack, by 
which he has been familiarly and affectionately known by the under- 
graduates from that time to the present. 

Professor Jackson is the author of several valuable text books 
which have been used in Union and other colleges. In these he has 
treated the subjects of them, trigonometry, conic sections, 
mechanics and optics, witli singular perspicuity, and admirable 
simplicity and purity of style, and they are without doubt among 
the best of our elementary school books. He has what especially 
qualifies him to write on scientific subjects for the benefit of the 
learner, a just perception of the difficulties that are to be encount- 
ered in the primarj' steps, a capacity for logical arrangement and for 
clear expression, and a taste pure even to severity'. His treatises 
are therefore like his class prelections, easily comprehended and 
leaving no obscurities of matter or phrase to perplex the learner. 

Professor Jackson's present infirm health has prevented him from 
being present to take part in this celebration. Being advised of this, 
I have spoken of him in terms which I would not have used had he 
been of our company, but which nevertheless are not nearly so em- 
phatic as those which the fifty successive classes, during asmany years, 
in their loving admiration of their aged preceptor would demand.* 

*Since this aildress was delivered Professor Jackson has paid the debt of nature. He 
died at his liome in Schenectady, August 27, 1877. On the Semi-centennial Anniversary of 
his connection with the Faculty of Union College, which occurred in June, 1876. and which 
was celebrated by a banquet of the Alumni with appropriate ceremonies, Tayler Lewis, 
LL.U., an able writer and most accomplished scholar, delivered an address, in which 
among other things expressive of his sense of the merits of Dr. Jackson, he said : "It is 
a great pleasure to me, even in this poor way, to congratulate my old friend. He has lived a 
most useful and honorable life. It must have been a happy one. To say nothing here of 
that all-transcending element of the Divine grace, in which I trust he has been a sharer, 
there are two tilings favorable to serene' existence that ho has enjoyed to the full. He has 
lor titty years beiMi a student and an author, as well as a teacher, in the department of the 
liure iiiathematies, so called from their crystal.claritude compared with the mixed and 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 37 

William A. Jackson, eldest son of Professor Isaac W. Jackson, 
was one of those who early acquired reputation as a public speaker 
and debater. In these accomplishments he was acknowledged with- 
out a rival among his college contemporaries, and at a later period 
they shone with eftect on the field of political discussion, and in the 
struggles and competitions of the bar. In 1861, when just twenty- 
nine, deeming it his duty to assist to suppress the great rebellion 
which threatened to overthrow our free institutions and destroy the 
government, he relinquished a lucrative and increasing practice, 
and raised a regiment, of which he was elected colonel, and which he 
disciplined with great labor and care. In June of the same year he 
joined the army of the Potomac, and took part in the battles of the 
18th of July and the 30th of the same mouth. In both his conduct 
was gallant and meritorious, and his men behaA'ed with the steadi- 
ness of veterans. During the confusion of a disgraceful panic and 
the wild disorder of a rapid retreat, he held his regiment in perfect 
order, and quit the field only by the command of his superior officer 
after almost ev^ery other regiment had broken and fled. His 
eminent fitness for his new profession was thus early displayed, 
and high honors seemed to await him, when he was seized by a 
fatal disease which terminated in his death on the eleventh of 
November, 1861. Many glowing tributes liave been paid to his 
memory. In one of them he is described as " a gentleman by 
instinct and education, of a fine person and fascinating manners, a 
large heart and a true and genial nature ; endowed with rare intellect 
enriched hy a varied and maul}- education, he became the idol of 
every circle in which he mingled, the pride of his family and a 
favorite with the public. As a public speaker Colonel Jackson was 
forcible and eloquent, and to rare conversational powers he added 
the pen of a ready and elegant writer," 

Of those in whose veins runs the blood of our first known ancestor, 



physical branches. He has had a clear mind constantly gazing on the science of certainty— 
a still higher title, by which it may be called, in contrast with the dimness and doubt and 
shadow that rest upon almost all the provinces of human thought." * * * "01 the 
love of his classes he is sure. The warm esteem of every one who has ever sat umior his 
teaching, the unfeigned respect of all who have been his colleagues— this is his literary 
inheritance as long as Union College holds a place among the institutions of our land." 

Ex-governor Hoffman, who presided at the banquet. Judge Wm. F. Allen, Rev. Dr. 
Van Sancvoord, Judge Jermain, Dr. Murray, and other gentlemen of distinction made 
speeches on the occasion, and testified to their high respect and kindly regard for Dr. Jack- 
son, and to their grateful recollections of his services as a faithful, efficient and thorough 
instructor, who, in the fulness and accuracy of his learning, never lost for a moment his 
wonted benignity. 



38 THE J A CKSON FAMIL Y. 

and who are yet living and able to take part in this celebration, I 
shall say nothing. They are carving out names of which the world 
may speak hereafter. Their works and merits will properly become 
the theme of the orator at the next centennial anniversary of the 
landing of Isaac Jackson at New Castle, who we may trust will do 
full jiistice to those that shall, in the great battle of life, have 
specially deserved to be honorably remembered. 

In conclusion it is to be observed that the religious principles 
professed by our ancestors, and for which some of them suUered the 
persecution, in past ages almost invariably attendant upon any 
marked advance in the march of opinion, have been generally main- 
tained by their descendants. When we consider what those princi- 
ples are, what is their tendency, how they affect society, and wliat 
is their agency in working out the regeneration of mankind, we 
shall appreciate the large debt of gratitude we owe to those faitli- 
ful lovers of truth who have been our teachers and our guides, and 
who, not for their own sakes only, but for ours also, have sought 
through peril and pain the path that leads to peace. The fact alone 
that they cherished those principles with the utmost affection, that 
they clung to them from youth to age with unyielding tenacity in 
all the changes and vicissitudes of life, in revolutions of government 
and fluctuations of opinion, is evidence not only of the value they 
set upon them, but of the power of their influence on conduct and 
character. 

In inquiring therefore what those principles are to which our pro- 
genitors have thus exhibited their devotion, we are not transcending 
the limits of our subject or the proprieties of the occasion. 

I have already said that Richard and Anthony Jackson were 
among the earliest converts to Quakerism, and that their descend- 
ants have generally adhered to the religious doctrines of Fox and 
Barclay. Those doctrines, indeed, when fully understood and 
impressed on the mind, are not easily relinquished, renounced, or 
exchanged for any others ; for they claim for themselves a source 
of indubitable veracity, and for humanity the highest and noblest 
prerogatives. 

The moral philosophy of Quakerism differs from that of all other 
sects and schools, and is at once more simple and more profound. 
It is founded indeed, like the system of Descartes, on consciousness ,. 
but in a sense somewhat different and more comprehensive than 
that in which it is used in the Cartesian philosophy, from which it 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 39 

borrows nothing and differs wholly in all its essential principles and 
practical results. It stands on a higher and broader basis than 
that. It not only admits that thought necessitates a thinker — 
'• cogito, ergo sum " — ; but it insists that from the existence of a 
sense of right and wrong in the constitution of humanity, the 
existence of an element capable of being impressed and effected 
through the medium of that sense is clearly implied ; that element, 
which we call the human soul, possessing, intuitively and untaught, 
the knowledge of good and evil, blends with our psychical being, 
over which it dominates, and constitutes a side of our nature that 
holds relations, of which it is conscious, with the Infinite. To the 
assiduous cultivation of these relations, Quakerism commends its 
votaries. It ascribes the cognition of moral truth to the influence 
of the Holy Spirit, which comes to man through those relations. 
It appeals to every man's own breast for the evidence of the exist- 
ence of a divine monitor as to his duty to his Creator and to his 
fellow men. Without this monitor it affirms that he can know 
nothing of virtue, or religion, or of God ; and that with it he may 
know all that it is necessary for him, as a moral agent, to know. 
It regards this inward monitor as a universal teacher — an attribute 
of man's being, of whose presence, admonitions, consolations and 
warnings, he is equally cognizant as of any physical fact. 

It holds that faith in those great truths which lie beyond the 
grasp or ken of science, is inexplicable, except on the principle of 
a divine instinct, which, implanted in every breast, comprehends 
them, not only without logical proof, but with a certitude superior 
to rationalistic demonstration ; that religious faith being of divine 
implantation, it is competent for it to embrace the whole circle of 
Christian doctrine and duty, on the evidence solely of the witness 
within, and needs no support from scholastic learning or the 
authority of tradition; and that the inscription of God's will on 
the heart, is the supreme law of our being, of imperative obligation 
under all circumstances— the only perfect standard of rectitude and 

ultimate rule of dut}^ 

Thus George Fox declared his mission to be to direct people "to 
the Spirit which gave forth the Scriptures, by which they might 
be led into all truth, to turn them to that inward light, by which 
they might know their salvation and their way to God;— and to 
show them how every man is enlightened by the Divine light of 
Christ." " This inward illumination," says Barclay, " is that which 



40 THE JACKSON FAMILY. 

is evident and clear of itself, forcing, by its own evidence and 
clearness, the well disposed understanding to assent, irresistibly 
moving the same thereunto, even as the common principle of 
natural truths move and incline the mind to natural assent." •' We 
judge not," observed William Penn, " by the sight of the eye or 
after the hearing of the ear, but according to the light and sense 
this blessed principle gave us. For being questioned by it in our 
inward man, w^e could easily discern the differences of things and 
feel what was fit and what was not fit in regard to religious and 
civil concerns." 

As this light illuminates every soul and furnishes to each a con- 
stant standard of truth and an unerring guide to dutj', the only 
rightful appeal from error in moral sentiment or conduct, religious 
faith and dutj- , is to this light. In it all men are equal, and all men 
are brethren. It constitutes a S3'mbol of universal libert}-, and a 
bond of universal brotherhood. Those therefore who sincerely 
believe in it can consistently claim no domination over conscience, 
or exercise coercion in matters of faith. They can wield no tyran- 
ny ; they can use no violence even for the extirpation of civil evils. 

Hence it happened that the Friends, who arose in an age when 
persecution for opinion's sake was practiced b}^ bigoted Catholics 
and Protestant Reformers alike, proclaimed libert}- of conscience as 
a sacred right, and pleaded for the religious enfranchisement of all 
men, even of those who when in power had been the most cruel 
persecutors. The}^ preached in the ears of tyrants the supremac}'' 
of the divine law over all institutions of human contrivance, and 
qualified their lo3'alty to their King, by their duty to God. They 
denounced cruelty in every form, and admitted no plea in its justi- 
fication or excuse. They repudiated traditionary theolog}^ ; they 
denied the authority' of church councils, of convocations of priests, 
senates, and Kings, in all matters of conscience. They asserted the 
prerogative of reason, and emancipating mind from hierarchical and 
secular domination, left it free for the development of its powers, 
restored it to a sense of its dignity and value, and thus enabled it 
to clear, at a bound, the most formidable obstructions with which 
superstition and tyranny had blocked up the way of its progress. 

Quakerism confides in this principle of the inner light, as did the 
apostles and primitive Christians, and submits implicitly to its 
guidance. It thus becomes the restorer of Christianity in its origi- 
nal form, and the most potent civilizer of the human race. It 



ADDRESS BY JOSEPH J. LEWIS. 41 

adheres sternly to the right, and makes uo compromise with in- 
justice. It adopts Christianit}' as a rule of civil conduct wherever 
it will apply. It treats society as a moral agent, and denies it the 
power of doing, from expediency or seeming necessit}", what moral- 
ity would condemn in a single memlDer. Its moral code wages 
eternal war with every form of evil that afflicts society. Wherever 
its influence predominates, war, slaverj' and intemperance disappear, 
no pauper semi-barbarous class is created by unequal laws, the rigor 
of the penal sanctions is relaxed, crime is extirpated without the 
destruction of the criminal, ambition forgets its delusive aspira- 
tions and renounces its selfish projects of aggrandizement, and 
reform and revolution ^advance with patient and peaceful steps bj'' 
avenues opened by enlightened opinion and public intelligence. 

This is the Quakerism to which our forefathers were converts, 
and which they taught to their children, and the influence of which 
has largelj' affected the lives and characters of their descendants. 
That it may continue to do so, through future generations, is a con- 
summation devoutl}' to be wished, both for their temporal welfare 
and ultimate happiness. 



SONNET. 

"Written for the Sesqui-centennial Gathering held at West Grove, 
Chester County, Pa., August 25, 1875. 



Home of the race of our aucestral sires ! 
Meek-hearted William, James and gentle John, 
Of the first Isaac, and the later one 
With whom, alas, their right in thee expires. 
The heart grown fond at thy decay inquires 
How it went with thee in the days long gone "? 
What story lives within these ivied stone 
Of lives that grew beside thy household fix-es ? 
What happy chance the dream-led Isaac drew 
To this fair seat beyond the Western main, 
That he might build, and better than he knew — 
A lineage here. And hearts — yearn not a few 
At thought of thee, last William ! May the train 
Of coming generations such renew. 

John B. Phillips. 

St. Paul, Minnesota. 



43 



ADDRESS BY JOHN G. JACKSON. 



On attempting to make some remarks applicable to this very in- 
teresting occasion, I confess to a feeling of anxiety in the effort to 
produce anything pleasing to the variety of minds present here to- 
day. 

Can we not however unite, one and all, in finding cause for 
gi-atulation and enjoyment in recalling the events of the past, and 
according to each individual habit of thought, extracting food suita- 
ble for profitable and pleasurable contemplation. 

Our worthy progenitor, Isaac Jackson, the elder, whose notable 
advent with his family into this beautiful part of Pennsylvania, one 
hundred and fifty years ago, we this day join in celebrating, was a 
member of the Society of Friends, called Quakers, and such his 
descendants have largely been. 

Doubtless there are however of these descendants here present^ 
who, like some of the children of William Penn, have found the 
road he traveled too narrow for their chariot wheels ; or who, 
through divers influences, have, to change the metaphor, launched 
their barks upon a broader sea of life in the great world ; broader^ 
but perhaps, less safe from storms than the placid waters upon 
which our fathers sailed, yet hopefully leading, we trust, to the same 
ultimate haven of harmonious and happy life. We can speak 
frankly and with full hearts to all here assembled, saying, " Wel- 
come ! Welcome all to this grand re-union of the descendants of 
worthy men and women :" Let us come together remembering no 
sectarian exclusiveness of thought ; but as a branch, and a notable 
branch, of the great family of man ; candidates for all the endow- 
ments vouchsafed from the infinite Father, and covering all minor 
differences of opinion with the broadest mantle of charity and kind- 
ness. We will even be pardonable, on an occasion like the present^ 
should we magnify the virtues of our ancestors, overlooking that 
share of weakness and imperfection, which as struggling mortals 

43 



44 ADDRESS BY JOHN G. JACKSON. 

they doubtless showed. Our feeling is mainly to note their worthi- 
ness, not to seek out their short-comings. 

It would appear that not alone as Quakers were the ancestors of 
the Jacksons noted as representative men of strong religious con- 
victions and firm individualit}^ and independence of character. I 
have long been of opinion, that the Jacksons as a clan were com- 
posed of men and women apt to do their own thinking— poor stuff 
out of which to make sycophants or hypocrites, — hard to drive 
against their consciences, firm of purpose, and persistent in effort. 

The martyr blood of Ralph Jackson, burned at the stake in the 
reign of Queen Mary, (Sixth month, 27, 1556,) and the boldness 
with which John Jackson, another dissenter, about the same era, with- 
stood priestly dictation in matters of religious faith, fully indicate 
the spirit of our remote ancestors. 

Even the armorial bearing of the ancient feudal Jacksons, when 
warlike qualities were at a premium, " The greyhounds and the 
dolphin," " swiftness b}' land and sea," was no mean device, as 
indicating their standing before kings and princes. 

Allusions to these interesting points we have already had in the 
complete historical sketch Just read by our learned friend, Joseph 
J. Lewis, a worthy scion of the ancestral tree. 

One important fact is quite observable, how well our forefathers 
and foremothers obeyed the scripture injunction, " Be fruitful and 
multiph', and replenish the earth." Eight and ten children to a 
family, seem to have been quite common amongst them, while the 
numbers of twelve, thirteen, and even fifteen, have in some cases 
been reached. 

This is certainly one of the best ways of accounting for the large- 
ness of the tribe, and the number in attendance here to day. The 
same ever recurring, ever new tale of youthful love was true then 
as now ; and then, as now, its course did not always run " smooth." 

It is stated that one of our worldly-wise ancestral Millers, kept a 
young Jackson waiting a dreary long while for his daughter. Old 
friend Miller thought the young suitor insufficiently " well to do " 
in this world's goods, to take upon himself the responsibilities of a 
family. All-conquering love, however, as is generally the case, in 
due time won, and the happy pair formed a union from which have 
sprung some of us now present. 

[The speaker here introduced the marriage certificate of Isaac 
and Ann Jackson, with some remarks thereon ; and followed it by 



ADDRESS BT JOHN 0. JACKSON. 45 

a recital of the " dream " related in the preceding address, after- 
ward continuing as follows :] 

I would be glad, if time permitted, to add in this connection, a 
small tribute to the memory of John Jackson, grandson of Isaac^ 
our dreamer just alluded to, and the originator of this beautiful 
grove and garden, the grandfather also of our kind hostess, to 
whose efforts, and those of her family, we are so large indebted for 
this re-union to-day. Contemporary with Bartram and Marshall,, 
who have themselves left record of the excellence and amiability of 
his character, he evinced the purity of his tastes in adopting, like 
them, those pursuits fitting only for such minds as find enjoyment 
in the study of nature, and in observing and cultivating arborescent 
and floral beauties. As an instance of his mild and benevolent 
methods of rebuke, and of his ready and pleasant wit, I ask leave 
to read you from some old cards that he attached to his favorite 
aloes. It was too much the custom then as now, thoughtlessly^ 
to scratch names upon their smooth leaves. Who can help ad- 
miring the quaint idea of thus having the plants fitly speak for 
themselves. Attached to the large Aloe, he had : 

"Ye beaux and belles, I pray, forbear. 
My pretty leaves to scratch and tear ; 
You little think the pain I feel 
From puncture of your polished steel." 

To this the Golden-edged Aloe replied : 

"Ah, sister ! well thou dost complain, 
For I have felt the poignant pain 
Which — oh forgive me ! — almost drives 
To curse their needles, pins and knives." 

The Prickly Pear then chimes in : 

" I hear those rhymers make complaint, 
In sober style and verses quaint ; 
But, if on me you try your skill, 
I'll jag your fingers, that I will." 

Amongst the descendants of our notable forefather, the elder 
Isaac, both in the name of Jackson and also in other names con- 
nected by marriage with the family tree, have been and still are 
many note-worthy personages, to whom allusion would be most 
proper did time permit. We might discourse of William, the son 
of Isaac, known by the sobriquet of "honest William Jackson," 



46 ADDRESS BY JOHN 0. JACKSON. 

not that it was rare to find an honest Jackson^ as some facetious 
ones have suggested, but because of his undoubted and country- 
wide reputation for unswerving intcgrit}'. Isaac, the clock-maker, 
son of this "honest William." has given to many of us special 
oause to recall his memory. One of the earliest recollections of 
my own childhood, and doubtless also of others present, is the old 
family clock. An early reading lesson was from its dial plate, 
^'■Isaac Jackson^ New Garden^'''' and on lesser disks, as allowable 
ornament to the four corners of its face we read, (" Time") (" Pass- 
eth") (" Swiftly") ("Away.") We have the old clock still at the 
head of our hall stairs, as a valued family piece, doing its duty 
steadily and well. 

You have all seen them ! There they stand, like the Jacksons of 
old, perpendicular and plain and tall ; or like sentinels between 
time and eternity, " ting-tong," " ting-tong," slowly dropping the 
moments of time — dropping them from the eternity of the future 
through the gossamer-vanishing veil of the present, into the limit- 
less past. 

The Jacksons have also been a preaching generation, as instance 
the noted William, son of the " honest William," whom many of you 
will remember, and whose travels in the ministry, both in England 
and the United States, are matters of memorial record. We might 
go on to relate, where this preaching mantle, still descending from 
generation to generation, has fallen notably upon many of the tribe. 

Another William [The speaker here turned to the picture of 
William Jackson, hanging at the back of the stand, and read the 
lines b}^ C. C. Burleigh, attached to it.] whom we remember still 
more nearly, and whose beautiful ancestral home we are now enjoy- 
ing, ought to claim from us large and loving notice. 

As a thinker, writer and legislator, his memory demands our most 
earnest respect, to say nothing of those nearer and dearer ties of 
parentage and near kinship, with which some here to-day regard 
and reverence him. 

Time, friends, will scarce allow of a further enumeration ; but, 
in a general sense, where can we find a family (and I say it with 
pride, even a modest pride,) which for generation after generation, 
has produced so many solid, substantial, enlightened men and 
women, active and useful in their day and generation ? 

Having thus hastily reviewed the characters of our worthy pro- 
genitors, will it not be appropriate for us to reflect how far we may 



ADDRESS BY JOHN G. JACKSON. 47 

reap profit from their example, how far in the light of one and a 
half centuries added to the world's experience, and to the needs of 
man, we may wisely imitate the simplicity of their lives ? 

Admitting that that the Quaker Society originated in a fanatical 
and puritanical age, and that true wisdom maj^ not now teach 
us to darken our horizons by some of the asceticisms into which 
our forefathers were, perhaps, too much led, yet, is it not easy to 
perceive that most of the troubles and difficulties that press so 
heavily upon the race, or now embarrass and afflict our beloved laud, 
are mainly occasioned by the lack amongst the people of that sim- 
plicity, integrity, and temperance of life, of which our ancestors 
were such marked exemplars. 

Had all of our countrymen even approached to their standard of 
justice and right, our terrible rebellion, the consequences of which 
we are still enduring, would not have been needed for the purging 
of a great national evil ; and if our people, as a whole, could more 
nearly emulate their simple economy and thrift, how much sooner 
could we as a nation overcome and outgrow these entailed troubles 
and perplexities. 

[He closed his remarks by reciting the appropriate poem of John 
G. Whittier, " The Quaker of the Olden Time."] 



HARMONY GROVE, SIXTY YEARS AGO. 

Read by Sarah Puok. 



Where London Grove attracts the eye 
With hills aspiring to the sky, 

And meads forever green, 
Prolific fields, luxuriant woods, 
Enameled lavrns and lucid floods, 

Is found this lovely scene. 

With spacious front and njodest pride 
On a bold hill's descending side 

Full to meridian day, 
A mansion rears its stately head, 
Which trees majestic overspread, 

Soft'ning the torrid ray. 

Round its strong walls in countless lines 
A numerous family of vines 

In wild luxuriance creep, 
Or bend their devious course aloof. 
There from the chimneys and the roof 

Gaze o'er the frowning steep. 

Here in a parlor neat and large, 
With many a classic volume charged, 

A library meets the view ; 
To aid the scientific mind, 
Or those to harmless mirth inclined. 

And pleasures ever new. 

Within these walls kind plenty stands, 
And scatters gifts with liberal hands 

To objects of her care ; 
While pure afl:ection, prompt to please. 
Hangs o'er the couch of fell disease, 

Or breaks his fatal snare. 



48 



HARMONY GROVE, SIXTY YEARS AGO. 40 

The reverend mother's evening days, 
Illumed by Hope's reviving rays, 

Unconscious glide along ; • 

How strong the Gospel's lenient balm, 
The turgid storms of life to calm, 

And raise the sacred song. 

In front of this is widely spread, 
With easy slope a fertile mead 

Fair to the mid-day beam, 
Which Flora's showy robe bedecks. 
And blushing flowers incline their necks 

To sip the lucid stream. 

A stream which now in surly mood 
Foams o'er the rocks in yonder wood 

Where hills abruptly rise ; 
Now with a gentle current moves, 
Gives music to the neighboring groves. 

And mirror to the skies. 

Close on the left an orchard stands, 
Where fruits from this and foreign lands, 

Delicious sweets unfold ; 
The juicy apple, pear, and peach, 
Wide o'er the rest their sceptres reach 

And nod their crowns of gold. 

Near on the right a garden lies, 
Basking beneath auspicious skies 

Where balmy zephyrs play ; 
O'er these no daring Eurus flings 
Frost, hail, or snow from gelid wings 

To blast the charms of ^lay. 

There stately trees on high aspire. 
Intent from Sol's meridian fii'e 

To shield the plants below ; 
Here others ope romantic glades, 
Or wreathe their arms to form arcades 

In many a circling row. 

When drawn from far by beauties rare. 
The sons of science here repair 

These velvet walks to tread. 
Each plant, to greet its classic friends. 
With modest grace its arms extends 

And bows its blooming head. 



50 HARMONY GROVE, SIXTY YEARS AGO, 

When Taurus leuds his genial power 
To waken every vital tlower 

On Flora's roseate bed, 
Here, roused from long-enjoyed repose, 
A thousand plants their sweets disclose, 

A thousand beauties spread. 

Culled from each region of the globe, 
Where Flora's variegated robe 

Is spread to mortal view, 
They lift their heads, extend their arras, 
Evolve a host of nameless charms, 

As exquisite as new. 

A ceaseless fount, in prospect clear, 
Collects its healthy waters here, 

To form a mimic lake, 
Where virgin plants delight to lave, 
Or stooping low to kiss the wave 

The secret treasure take. 

In whose true mirror one n\ay see 
Each humble weed and stately tree. 

In just resemblance pass ; 
So conscience, to her duty true, 
Holds to each mortal's mental view 

An undeceptive glass. 

Not far from this a spacious bower, 
Enclosed with many a fragrant flower. 

Adorns a lonely grove ; 
Where lyric songsters blithely play, 
From early morn to latest day, 

Their melting tales of love. 

A breeze which unremitted springs 
From western climes on roseate wings, 

The inmost seats assails. 
Waves high in air the fragrant plumes. 
With which the bower profusely blooms, 

And scents the passing gales. 

In this, still ready at command, 
A desk, pen, ink and paper stand 

For such as choose to write 
Some brief encomiums on the place, 
Its use, convenience, order, grace 

That yields the most delight. 



HARMONY GROVE, SIXTY YEARS AGO. 51 

Short extracts here confus'dly lie 
Names, dates, and ditties, catch the eye, 

In uncouth manner penn'd; 
A pithy phrase, a sentence strong, 
A billet doux, a mournful song, 

A farewell to a friend. 
* * * * 

An aged sire with ceaseless care 
This paradise of all that's rare 

With gentle sceptre sways ; 
This order with just taste he plans, 
And labors with assiduous hands, 

Each infant plant to raise. 

Farewell ! abode of Peace and Love, 
And if the Power that rules above 

Would grant one rash request. 
Be mine in such a rest as this 
To spend the eve of life in bliss, 

And sink unknown to rest. 

— Composed by Thomas Peirce. 
Fifth month 14th. 1813. 



ADDRESS BY MARGARETTA JACKSON. 

Kennet Square, Chester Co., Pa. 



With reverence for the past and Joy in the present, we meet 
beneath this spreading roof of green to commemorate an event of 
no great import, jjerhaps, to the rest of tlie workl, but certainly of 
signiticance to us. Near this spot, one liundred and fifty years ago, 
the Jackson family, somewhat smaller than it now is, gathered be- 
neath a narrower roof, with uplifted hearts thanking God who had 
led them by a vision to this place of peaceful labor. After the 
lapse of a century and a half, we renew those unvoiced hymns of 
thankfulness to the good Providence who has permitted us, the 
scattered descendants of that little family, to meet upon this con- 
secrated ground. 

To-day, we are brought together by the simple claim of kinship, 
strangers many, but cousins all. 

Family gatherings are not of recent origin, indeed, they have the 
claim of the greatest antiquit}' in their favor. In the morning 
twilight of history, when the years of men were not so few as now, 
we read of the patriarch and his descendants for many generations 
gathering together beneath the broad blue tent, for mutual support 
and defence ; later, the cry of the clansman, rushing to the support 
of his kindred chieftain, was wont to strike terror to the heart of 
the boldest enemy : and, through all the ruder periods of history, 
we learn that family pride and fealty have been among the strongest 
preservative forces of society. It is true, that this noble root has 
sometimes supported a growth of aristocratic privilege, hurtful to 
progress, and of ill odor in our democratic nostrils. But in this 
country, neither law nor custom favors the growth of family power 
or exclusiveness : rather, we tend to disintegrate ; changeful as the 
waves of the sea, we wander where interest or fancy may lead ; 
strong in our individuality, and too often encased in an armor of 
selfish reserve. The restless murmur of life, where it pulses at 

53 



ADDRESS BY MABGARETTA JACKSON. 



53 



fever heat, lures our boys from the quiet fields ; or the unknown 
possibilities of the far West, draw them with relentless attraction, 
and the old home passes into the hands of strangers. 

That this place should have remained in the possession of the 
descendants of Isaac Jackson for five generations, is an evidence 
of the succesful thrift and strong home attachments of those who 
have dwelt here. We learn of them, that they were men of the 
most careful sense of justice, gentle-mannered, fond of information, 
curious in the study of plants, and devoted to their culture. To 
this home, then, where have been nurtured the tastes that we 
■would all do well to cultivate, it is peculiarly fitting that we should 
come as pilgrims, to lay our offerings upon the shrine of family 
love, and to build, if we will, an altar to family pride — the pride of 
noble nature and not of noble name. 

I am proud to sa}'^ that our ancestors, of whom we are permitted 
to know something, through manj- generations, seem to have be- 
longed to that middle class of society which has given birth to 
the best thought and the highest achievement. They w^ere not 
burdened with a plethora of this world's goods ; early and late 
they made acquaintance with the "fire-proof joj's " that earnest 
work bestows. The " Good Goddess of Povert}^ " showered her 
blessings upon them, giving them strong bodies and alert minds. 

The earlier records given in that valuable family' historv that 
some of us have had the privilege of seeing, seem to leave much 
room for the exercise of the imagination. We can imagine, if you 
please, the gallant achievements by land and sea, that gained for 
our mist}'- ancestor his knightly spurs and heraldic device. A 
knight he was, I ween, of grave mien and earnest bearing, not 
given to idle jests, or to touching the light guitar beneath his 
lady's lattice; fit ancestor to the martyr, Ralph Jackson, whose 
aureole of flame seems to me a prouder claim to distinction than 
knightly spurs, however won ; fit ancestor to the heretical Jolm 
Jackson, whose intrepid spirit and ready wit are shown in his 
recorded replies to his priestly questioner; fit ancestor, also, to 
that long line of Quaker descendants, whose broad brims and thee's 
and thou's gave such oflTence to their persecutors. 

Carlyle says, in his Sartor Resartus, with that grim liuraor that 
sometimes masks his profoundest thought, "The greatest event 
of modern times was the making for himself a pair of leatlier 
breeches by George Fox." Carlyle, perhaps, saw as the result of 



54 ADDRESS BY MARGARETTA JACKSON. 

this act, the end of slave labor, the elevation of woman, prisons 
changed from places of punishment to schools of reform ; perhaps, 
with prophetic vision, he saw that millenial fulfilment, the universal 
reign of peace. How much the world owes to the "sublime mad- 
ness " of George Fox, has yet to be told; but even the most 
scornful decrier of Quakerism cannot deny, that in every humani- 
tarian reform they have, at least, put in the entering wedge. 
To-day we are not specially interested in the debt the world owes 
to the Religion of the Inward Light, but in our peculiar obligation 
to it. 

As we have been told, our ancestors were among its earliest 
converts. Driven by persecution from England to Ireland, they 
found, at last, in this peaceful valley, the room to work and worship 
they had so long and so vainly sought. 

We know something of their lives here in the wilderness ; of 
their steadfast labor and serene hopefulness ; of their meetings, 
when both silence and words were overflowed by the Spirit ; of 
their decorous weddings and quiet funerals ; of all these, the record 
gives us some account. But of their more intimate domestic life, 
we would gladly learn something too ; and here are some friends 
who have kindly consented to lay aside their garb of invisibility, 
to mingle with us to-day ; perhaps they wnll answer our questions.* 

Dear Grand-dame, seven times great, we would gladly question 
thee of those good old times of which we love to read and think '■> 
they come to us bathed in a light of poetical and sacred association, 
and while we have read of your patience under great affliction, we 
can scarcely think that just such little troubles and worries as 
mar the serenity of our days could have had existence then. Did 
children fret in those days, and husbands sometimes grow im- 
patient? Did the daughter wilfully desire a broader hem, or a 
brighter ribbon, than was deemed consistent with Quaker testi- 
monies to give? Did rebellious stirrings sometimes trouble the 
heart of the young man, that only a mother's gentleness could 
soothe away ? 

And thou, gentle maiden, whose freshness the centuries have left 
untouched, what thoughts filled thy mind, as, sitting by thy loom, 
thou didst weave the household gear ? No song came from thy 
lips, but did the old, old story form itself in cadences in thy heart ; 
and did the thread sometimes break as the thought of Israel's 
grave " good night" came back to thee ? 

*Anu(ling to the two remiiiiiie representatives of the old Jacksons, then present. 



ADDRESS BT MABGARETTA JACKSON. 55 

What think you of these brave days of ours ? We boast that 
we have made some progress ; we have invented some good ma- 
chines since your day, some secrets of nature we have learned, 
some mighty forces have become our servants ; but in the good 
old-fashioned virtues of patient waiting, labor and frugality, we 
have need, 1 fear, to go back and learn of 3'^ou. 

Spirit of our ancestor Isaac, I trust thou, too, art with us to-day, 
and from thy higher place of vision thou lookest with pleasure 
upon this valley of thy dream, with its finely cultivated fields, its 
homes, the abodes of intelligence and refinement; its gardens, not 
only delighting our eyes, but sending their fragrance abroad over 
the land and even to the isles of the sea ; for what place so remote 
that the fame of the West Grove Nurseries has not reached it, 
and on what soil have their nurslings failed to take root ? 

******** 

And wilt thou not let thy blessing fall upon us, thy descendants, 
upon these sweet-faced children, with whom the business of life is 
still to be happy ; upon these youths and maidens who have not 
passed the blessed land of reverie and dream; upon us, who have 
ceased to dream, but scarcely learned to live, and upon these dear 
friends, whose happy faces teach us not to dread the coming of old 
age. ******* 

And may we be worthy of our heritage, and while we accept the 
opportunities for broader culture that this age aff'ords, let us 
emulate the perfect integrity, the unfeigned humility and greatness 
of soul, that distinguished our line in days gone by. 



ABRAM AND ISAAC. 

By Henry Peterson— PuiLADELnriA. 



The Lord said unto Abram, 

The Hebrew records say, 
From Ur of the Chaldeans, 

Now get thee forth this day- 
Out from thy father's kiudred, 

And from thy father's land, 
And journey into Canaan, 

With thy own household band. 
And thou shalt be a nation, 

And I will bless thy vine. 
And east and west, and north and south, 

Fair Canaan shall be thine. 

The Lord said unto Isaac, 

The Quaker records say, 
From Ireland of the English, 

Now get thee forth this day. 
There is a Western valley. 

And a fountain flowing there. 
Where thou shalt lead thy household 

And pitch thy altar fair. 
And thou shalt'_be a people. 

Led by my light diviue. 
And east and west, and north and south, 

The pastures shall be thine. 

So Isaac left his kiudred. 

With Abram' s trust of yore, 
And journey'd o'er the waters. 

To the far AVestern shore. 
With faith that knew no doubting,- 

He saw as sure the way, 
As Israel saw the pillared fire. 

And pillar of cloud by day. 



56 



ABB AM AND ISAAC: BY HENRY PETERSON. 57 

And there the seed of Isaac 

Fast multiplied and throve, 
Glad dwellers in the happy vales 

Of peaceful Londongrove — 
A people just, God-fearing, 

True sons of truthful Penn, 
Who prove they love the Father, 

By love of fellow-men. 

Oh, Abram's faith and Isaac's, 

To us maj^ it be given. 
So many things are hard to solve 

This side the gates of Heaven — 
And may it lead us onward, 

To brighter lauds unseen, 
More perfect than sweet Canaan, 

Or Chester's vales of green ! 



HARMONY GROVE. 

The Residence op Isaac Jackson, who came from Ireland in 1725. 



By Chandler Darlington. 



The hill and the valley and beautiful spring, 
Where a pilgrim who over the ocean had come, 

Forsaking his kindred, his country and king, 
With a dream for his guidance, selected a home. 

Of the future, bright pictures in fancy he drew, 
Obeyed his impressions as sacred commands, 

The deer and the Red man receded from view. 
As the forest gave way to the work of his hands. 

Simple and rude was the dweUing he raised 

In the bright land of promise to which he had come; 

With a feeling of pride o'er his acres he gazed, 
And the prattle of children made joyous his home. 



58 IIAItMONT GROVE : BY CHANDLER DARLINGTON- 

Impressed with the duty of being employed, 
With hands that were able and willing to toil, 

In rural seclusion he lived and enjoyed 
A sustenance drawn from a bountiful soil. 

Blest as he was in his basket and store, 

With the fruit of his labor to use and to lend, 

In time there was added the one blessing more— 
The social enjoyment of neighbor and friend. 

Then, a bridle-path led to the rural abode 

Where were welcomed alike both the rich and the poor; 

Now, the burdens of commerce come load after load, 
With the "Iron Horse"' rumbling almost to the dour. 

Where the father the forest of nature assailed, 
The children successive their labors bestow; 

Where the wild-rose and bramble aforetime prevailed. 
The choicest of flowers luxuriantly grow. 

Nor less was the culture applied to the mind, 
Developing friendship, refinement and love; 

Hence to its history appended we find 
The appropriate title of Harmony C4rove. 



HARMONY GROVE. 

By Sarah W. Peterson, Philadelphia. 



A pilgrim from the old world wondering stands. 
Still as if carved in stone, with folded hands, — 
The loveliest of valleys showering sweet 
Its virgin wealth of beauty at his feet ; 
His soul is in his eyes, that deep and clear 
Burn with the inward flaming of the seer. 
"It is the spot ! " he cries in sudden awe, 
" The very spot my trance d spirit saw. 
Like regions of the Blessed for delight, — 
That vision in the watches of the night, 



HARMONY GROVE: BT SARAH W. PETERSON. 59 

Clear-shining, to the inner sight revealed 

True light for guidance, graciously unsealed. 

Behold the hill ! even so I saw it rise 

From the green valley toward the arching skies, 

Studded with great primeval trees that stand 

Like sentinels to guard the smiling land, 

And at its base the spring that bubbles cool 

Through glistening sands into the rocky pool, 

With soft continuous murmur. At the sound 

Of that upspringing fount my pulses bound I 

The very sound that in my dream I heard, 

Plainer and sweeter than the song of bird 

Trilling its idle love-lay overhead; 

For this of daily blessing, daily bread 

Its glad assurance is forever giving: 

Domestic ease and joy are in its living 

And sparkling freshness. Beautiful spring, I come ! 

Thy voice of welcome to this western home 

Thrills and composes like a restful word 

Telling the loving kindness of the Lord. 

Here will I build my cot. The hand Divine 

Has marked this lovely place for me and mine, 

And for a token between Him and me, 

It shall be called the Vale of Harmony." 

Thus struck the peaceful key-note of the place 

This founder of the peaceful Jackson race. 

Each busy year its own fair record kept, 

And calmly with his fathers Isaac slept. 

But still in faithful hands the beauty grows. 

The wilderness is blooming like the rose; 

And William still as in his father's life 

Lives on serene, with Katharine his wife. 

And sons and daughters in those fruitful bowers, 

Grow with the trees, and blossom with the flowers. 

Among the troop I see one dreaming child, 

Like the beloved disciple good and mild, — 

A beauty-loving, clear-eyed, thoughtful boy. 

To whom the Garden is a passionate joy, 

And the sweet gardening labor pure delight. 

As Adam found it in his Eden bright. 

So, year by year the fair creation grows. 

The enthusiast o'er his purpose broods and glows. 

As tree and flower from far oft' foreign lands 

Unfold their graces 'neath his fostering hands; 



00 HARMONY GROVE: BY SARAH W. PETERSON. 

Through nature's lloral wealth his faucy roams, 
Revels in dreams of England's garden homes, 
And to the music of grand Milton's tone 
He plans and plants an Eden of his own. 

Here, fairest home in all the country lound, 
The bride was brought wdien John his Mary Ibiind, 
And worthy offspring blest their faithful love;— 
Through spicy groves the frolic children rove, 
Make larkspur rings and chains of scarlet seeds, 
Or string the stony Job's-tears' smooth gray bi-ads; 
Then watch the darting minnows in the pond, 
And chase each other up the slope beyond; 
Mimic the cat-bird and the mournful dove. 
And list the choir full sounding through the grove; 
In the great box -bush i)lay at hide and seek, 
While the broad walk re-echoes shout and shriek, 
And cloistral avenues of pines and firs 
The music of their childish laughter stirs. 
Thus passed my mother's early, hapjiy years; 
Youngest of seven, the baby claim endears 
To each and all the tender, youngest flowei-, 
Though womanhood steals on with gracious dower 
Of gifts for heart and mind, for form and face; — 
A charming i^resence in the dear old place. 
With soft brown eyes, and cheeks like roses sweet, 
All lovely things the maiden Catharine greet. 

Another William rules the ancestral Grove, 
And other children, offspring of his love, 
Sport in the bowers and pull the blossoms gay. 
And follow butterflies the long, bright day, 
To the tall pine-tree hurry from the sun, 
And build a mossy bridge across the run. 
Seek the green shades that labyrinthine wind, 
And, nimble-footed, scale the hill behind. 

Oh, day of days, when to my childish eyes 
The gates unclosed of this, my paradise I 
Whose hospitable door and low porch gleam 
Like the House Beautiful of Christian's dream. 
Oh, dewy summer mornings, rare and sweet, 
That lured away from sleep my eager feet. 
Out to that garden of enchantment drawn. 
In the dim quiet of the early dawn, — 
Beautiful all and fragrant — naught awake 



HARMONY GROVE : BY SARAH W. PETERSON. 61 

But jubilant birds in every bush and brake — 
Under the trelUsed arch of woodbine stealing, 
As into something longed-for past revealing, 
Fruition of some coveted delight — 
Past the rich flower-beds, sparkling dewy bright, 
Down to the spring, the pond, where centred fair 
The garden's sweetness and its beauty rare; 
For there the tropic treasures ranged around 
The gleaming water made it fairy ground. 
There stood the Lemon, golden-fraited, there 
The Myrtle breathed abroad Italian air, 
The Cactus blossomed, flaming like the sun, 
xVnd frail Mimosa, at a touch undone; — 
But oh the sweetness of that Jasmine tree, 
The rare magnificence it was to me I 
Superb and stately, peerless August queen, 
Its great white blossoms set in glossy green. 
Like cups of incense, heavy with perfume 
And luscious summer wealth of creamy bloom ! 
And those musk roses ! like remembered singing 
Their odor o'er my ravished spirit winging, 
Calls up the old stone green-house, ivy-grown, 
And clustered o'er with roses newly blown. 
Just tinted like the dawn, each dainty spray 
In full relief upon its walls of gray,— 
Always their scent deUcious brings to me 
From the far morning-land this memory. 

Isaac the seer began the Jackson sway, 
With Isaac Jackson passed the name away. 
For he died young; and to the daughter's line 
Has lapsed the old estate, roof-tree and vine. 
Long may they live ! Mary, our hostess Honored, 
And the Grove's happy owner, Everard Conard; 
And children foUow in the good old way,— 
So pray the guests at the old Grove to-day. 

August '2oth, 1875. 



ADDRESS BY CHARLES C. BURLEIGH.* 



I am glad to be with you here to-day, to join in the gratulations 
and rejoicings for which the occasion calls, and to share in the honest 
pride with which you cherish the memory of your worth}' ancestors. 
It is true I do not bear the Jackson name, nor feel the Jackson 
blood flowing in my veins ; yet my right is no less than that of any 
here, to stand on this platform, to mingle in these festivities, and 
to be modestly proud of the worth of those you have met to honor. 
For you, who are of the Jackson blood, are so by no choice of 
yours, you could not help it if you would ; but ray connection with 
the family is my own voluntar}' act. And you may be well assured 
it is an act for which I never felt regret, an act which I regard as 
among the happiest events of my life. So I count myself as one of 
you, with a right as full and perfect in the pleasant memories and 
observances of the occasion, as can be claimed by any of you all. 

Something has been said here about the origin of the Jackson 
race, and we have been shown that it goes back to an antiquity so 
remote as to outreach the pen of history. No man can say when 
or where the Jacksons began to be. But students of the science of 
language tell us that often, from the very forms of words, important 
facts may be inferred with a certainty as complete as if authentic 
history had recorded them. Upon this hint proceeding, we may 
safely say that the founder of the Jackson house was a man of 
signal popularity, his name familiar to the general ear and tongue ; 
vrell known and well received among the multitude ; — none of your 
reserved aristocrats, self-withdrawn from fellowship with the 
common people. His name was so familiar to men's thoughts and 
lips, that it fell into a form of homel}- abbreviation. As generally 
spoken it had ceased to be grave John, or dignified Johanan, or 
whatsoever would have been its shape in the more solemn dialect of 

*The address was given extempore, but through the urgent request of some of his friends 
it Is now reproduced, from his own pen. 

62 



ADDRESS BY CHARLES C. BURLEIGH. 63 

his time and country, and had passed into plain, unceremonious 
Jack ; the kindly freedom of address thus marking him a popular 
favorite. 

Jack, then, he was ; and he had a son — Jack's son, of course — from 
whom the Jackson lineage and name. Who was this primal Jack, is 
lost in the darkness of the distant past. That it was Jack the 
Giant-killer, we cannot positively affirm on grounds of clear, his- 
toric proof; but that it was, is strongly probable from qualities 
apparent in the race even to this day. At least, those members of 
it whom I have known have battled sturdily with the grim and man- 
devouring giants of our land and age, Intemperance and Slavery ; 
and the vigorous strokes which they have dealt at these huge mon- 
sters, show something very like the impulse of ancestral blood 
behind each manly blow. We may with reason, therefore, venture 
to believe that they are the off-spring of the famous Giant-killer ; 
or, if not his veritable children by natural descent of blood, that 
they are of his spiritual lineage at least, beyond all question. 

But, seriously, we have good reason for the feelings which have 
brought as to this gathering. The sons and daughters of an ances- 
try like yours, may fitly meet to testify their sense of their fore- 
fathers' worth, and indulge in mutual gratulations on their honora- 
ble descent. There is a pride of ancestry, if so you choose to call it, 
which may well be cherished, and in proper ways exhibited. It is 
well to remember the virtues of our forefathers, to pay a due 
respect to their unassuming worth, and feel a modest complacency 
in the thought that our blood is drawn from so good a source. Not 
that we should indulge that sort of pride which would lead us to 
value ourselves on the mere fact that we have sprung from ances- 
tors so worthy, while showing in our own characters no likeness to 
what we celebrate in theirs, and using no endeavors to make their 
virtues ours ; a pride like that of the vain boaster in the story we 
have heard, to whose loud vaunts of noble ancestry it was well 
replied that he was like a potato-plant ; all of him worth anything 
was under ground. Not that we should cherish a pride of that sort 
which seems to imagine that the righteousness of our forefathers is 
to be " imputed " to ourselves, to cover out of sight the "' filthy 
rags " of our own false righteousness. But rather should our pride 
of ancestry be such as shall impel us, while we remember and revere in 
our ancestors what is worthy of remembrance and of reverence, at 
the same time to emulate what we revere, and strive earnestly to live 
as becomes the lineage we are proud to claim. 



G4 ADDRESS BY OEABLES C. BURLEIGH. 

If it is our boast that they were honest and upright, faithful to 
the call of duty, modest and unpretending, truthful and sincere, in 
simplicity and singleness of heart doing with diligence the work 
belonging to their respective stations, whether illustrious or 
obscure ; then, plainly, it is only when we do our best to reproduce 
in ourselves these qualities which we commend in them ; to express 
in our own conduct what we praise with our lips ; that we rightly 
show a just appreciation of their characters, and a proper pride in 
our descent from them. As a suggestion of noble endeavor, as an 
incentive to a worthy life, as an encouragement to personal lidelity 
and diligence in well-doing, we may wisely rejoice in a lineage like 
ours ; but to try to make it a subsitute for these, is neither to do it 
honor, nor to derive honor from it. " We honor our ancestors,'^ 
[pointing to these words, inscribed with evergreens, over the plat- 
form,] not by speaking their praises in however well-chosen words, 
or by boasting however loudly of their blood in our veins ; but by 
showing in our lives that the qualities which we inherit from them 
are such as do honor to those who left us the inheritance. Be^it our 
aim, then, to render this honor to the ancestry from which we deem 
it an honor to be able to claim descent. 

The time which we can spend together here is nearly past, and 
we shall soon disperse from this, our pleasant festive gathering. 
And I trust that we shall carry from it something more than the 
memory of the pleasure we have here enjoyed ; that we shall have 
somewhat bettered our acquaintance with each other, and thereby 
gained somewhat in mutual esteem and kind regard ; that we shall 
have felt ourselves drawn nearer to each other in the bonds of 
kindred ; quickened and deepened in some degree our sense of 
brotherhood ; and added something to that culture of the social 
feelings and kind affections which gives to life so large a measure 
of its sweetest joj'-s and most refined delights. With this as one 
result of oiir assembling, we shall indeed have made it not un- 
worthy of its occasion ; and not in vain shall we have gathered 
here to render honor to our ancestors. 



RICHARD AND ANTHONY JACKSON. 



As relates to the birth and parentage of Richard and Anthony 
Jackson, there appears to be no record extant ; and the earliest in- 
formation concerning them has reference to their removal from Lan- 
cashire, England, to Ireland, in 1649. That they were brothers, 
and Richard was the elder, we infer from the information derived 
from a genealogical record compiled with care by Thomas Greer, 
Jr., of Ireland, in 1824, and taken by him from ancient and authen- 
tic documents. Whether the}- left England with the view of better 
prospects for business, or impelled by such considerations as might 
have induced them to conclude thej' could enjo}^ more fully the 
privilege of religions and civil libert}", we are not informed; but 
most likely the motive was on account of business, as Richard was 
at that time a soldier in the Parliamentary armj', in which he con- 
tinued for several years after their removal to Ireland. Locating 
first in Lurgan, it was here they became associated in religious 
fellowship with William Edmundson, who, in 1653, had become a 
convert to the doctrines of the Quakers and afterwards an eminent 
minister among them. 

William Edmundson appears to have been the first of this people 
who came into Ireland, and in 1654, he was instrumental in establish- 
ing a religious meeting held at his own house with six others, the 
first Friends' Meeting settled in Ireland, Richard and Anthony 
being of the number composing it. In 1655, William Edmundson 
removed to the County of Cavan and (in his own words) " pur- 
chased several parcels of land for ourselves and several other fami- 
lies of Friends that would live near us," and further adds " where- 
upon several families came with us and settled in this land," and a 
Meeting was soon established among them. *Rutty, referring to 
this circumstance, says : " William Edmundson, Richard Jackson, 
Anthony Jackson, John Thompson, Richard Fayle, John Edmund- 
son, William Moon and their families removed and took land in the 

*See Kutty's Rise and Progress among tbe Quakers in Ireland. 

65 



66 BIG HARD AND ANTHONY JACKSON. 

County of Cavau and dwelt there, and settled a meeting in that 
County." It is further stated that, in lf>59, several of the Friends 
above mentioned " by reason of their landlords not performing cov- 
enant with them removed from the County of Cavan and settled in 
and about Mountmellick," Richard Jackson being of the number. 
Richard is frequently spoken of in the early records of the Society 
of Friends, as a sufferer with William Edmundson, by distraints 
and imprisonments, for holding meetings. Anthony continued to 
reside in the neighborhood of Cavan and Oldcastle, and in KjTO, on 
the authority" of Besse, he suffered imprisonment for tythes ; — also 
in the return of" Sufferings " from the County of Cavan for 1681, 
and frequently prior to that period, mention is made that he was 
committed to prison on account of his religious principles. 

The minutes of Mountmellick Meeting furnish items of interest 
concerning Richard Jackson and his family- ; and it is therein re- 
corded that he was born at Eccleston, in Lancashire, England — 
removed to Ireland in 1648, and " took to wife Margaret Keete, at 
Carrickfergus, Count}' of Antrim, in the year 1650. She was born 
at Maulberry, (Marlborough,) in Wiltshire, England." 



Children of Richard and Margaret (Keete) Jackson. 

Sarah, boru at Carrickfergus, Seventh month, 18tb, 1051; married 
Is icholas Gribble, of Limerick. They had a daughter Marj' who became the 
wife of Mungo Bewley, of Edeuderry. Sarah was the second wife of Nich- 
olas and died in IGUO. The record states "she was an innocent, well-minded 
woman — loved Truth and Friends, and died in the faith, and unity of the 
brethren." 

John, born Twelfth mouth 2ad, 1653, at Listnagarvin, County of Downe; 
married Elizabeth, daughter of John and Mary Edgertou, Third month 2nd, 
1G80. They had a daughter Sarah, born at Ackragare, in Queen's County, 
in 1081. John Jackson died Third month olst, 1715, and was buried at 
Tineal, near Rosenallis. 

Thomas, born Ninth mouth 30th, 1656, at Clery, County of Downe; mar- 
ried Hannah, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Beale, Fourth month 2!»th, 1081, 
Hannah died Eighth mouth 18th, 1681. Thomas married his second wife, 
Eighth month 24th, 1683; she was Dorothy, daughter of John and Dorothy 
Mason of Castledermott. Their children were as follow: Hannah, born 
Seventh month 22ud, 1687, at Mountmellick. Mary, boru Sixth month 
14th, 1689, at Mountmellick; died Twelfth month 23rd, 1717, buried at 



CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND MARGARET JACKSON. 67 

Tineal, near Rosenallis. Thomas, born Sixth month 21st, 1692, at Killenure. 
Dorothy, born Eighth month 22nd, 1649, at Killenure, Sarah, born Third 
month 3rd, 1697, at Killenure. Richard, born First month 18th, 1700, at 
Killenure ; died Third month 11th, 1717, buried near Rosenallis. 

Dorothy, mother of the above children, died Eleventh month, 22d, 1713, ) Buried at 
Thomas, father " " " " " Fourth month, 15th, 1716, $ Mountrath. 

Robert, born Fifth month 20th, 1659, at Bally-christell, King's County; 
married Hannah, daughter of Richard and Isabel Scott, Fifth month 3rd, 

1681. Their children were as follow: Rebecca, born Second month 8tb, 

1682, at or near Mountmellick. Rachel, born Third month 23rd, 1684; 
died Fourth month 28th, 168S. Richard, born First month 13th, 1686-7; 
married Abigail, daughter of George and Abigail Peacock, in Cumberland, 
Second month 28th, 1715. They had one son called George, born Twelfth 
month 4th, 1715, and died First month 31st, 1716. Richard Jackson died 
Fourth month 12th, 1716, leaving no issue. Thomas, born Fifth month 
1st, 1689 ; died Eleventh month 12th, 1690. Nathaniel, born Seventh mouth 
26th, 1692. Erasmus, born Third month 19th, 1695; died Seventh month 
7th, 1759. Hannah, born First month 10th, 1697-8. Rachel, born Seventh 
month 5th, 1701. Isaack, born Seventh month 30th, 1705 ; died Tenth 
month 9tli, 1772, buried at Dublin. 

Hannah .Tackson, mother of the above, died Ninth month 18th, 1720, i Buried near 
Robert Jackson, father " " " " Ninth month 27th, 1721, \ Eosenallis. 

Richard Jackson, died Second month 7th, 1679, ) Buried near 

Margaret (Keete) Jackson, died Fourth month 20th, 1705. \ Rosenallis. 



The following testimony concerning Richard Jackson, given by 
William Edmundson, was taken from the Records of Monntmellick 
Meeting. 

*" The Seventh of ye Second month, 1679. 

Richard Jackson, deceased in Mountmellick, in the parish of Rosenallis 
and Queen's County. He was born in Lancashire, and was a soldier in the 
army of England and Ireland some years. He was convinced of God's ever- 
lasting Truth about the year 1654, since which time he walked in the Truth, 
and with the Lord's people, bearing his share of suflfering as it came, whether 
spoyle of goods or imprisonment of body, for the Testimony of the blessed 
Truth which he had received of the Lord, and in which he believed. He was 
a serviceable man in the Creation, and more especially in the Truth — in his 
place he was ready to serve Truth in what he might, and I doe not know that 
he ever was tainted, or sided with false spirits, but always that I know of 
stuck close to the Elders and Brethren in the Truth, whose spirits had been 



*The spelling as given in the original is retained. 



68 TESTIMONY OF WILLIAM EDMUNDSOX. 

well tried, and found sound to God- ward ; and the company of such was 
Delightsome to him, but false spirits and hypocrites he had a perfect anti- 
pathy against, and though he seemed sometimes to some to be somewhat of a 
rude speech, yet in the ground of Truth he was sound, as its well known to 
such as knew him aright ,— and he was ready to serve Truth in public service, 
soe in collections ready to minister above his equalls, and to provoke 
and stir up others to that good work, and his heart and door was open to 
receive such as truly feared and served the Lord ; and though he could not 
well bend, nor comply with such as sought themselves more than the Lord's 
honour, yet he would easily yield and comply with such as was of a sound 
mind and a right spirit in all matters controverted on the public account. A 
little before his departure I came to see him, with several other friends. He 
asked to be helped up on his pillow, and something to drink, which was- 
done ; after which he discoursed with me of settling his outward estate ; — 
and in a little time I asked how it was with him to God-ward. lie an- 
swered it was very well, and said he had nothing on his conscience that 
troubled him, and he was as willing to dye as to live — and after a little time 
he passed away as if he had fallen asleep, lie died in the fifty-fourtli year of 
his life, and his body hurried by his relatives and friends in the burying place 
of the people called Quakers upon the land of Tineal, near Ilosenallis — 
where his body lies and is at rest from its toyles ; and I do not doubt but his 
soul is in peace and his spirit at rest with God that gave it. He is gone to 
his rest and his works follow him. His memoriall will not die with us that 
is left behind, who are members with him of that spirituall body of which 
Christ Jesus is the Head ; into which the Lord in his spirit united us, and 
joyned us together in a spiritual! fellowship, in which we feel the want of 
him in his outward tabernacle : — but the will of God be done, believing He 
will raise up others to supply his service in the body. ' ' 

' ' William Edmundson. ' ' 

Richard .Jackson being in the fifty-fourth year of his age at the time of his 
dfeath, the year of his birth is fixed in or near 1620 ; but concerning his brother 
Anthony .Jackson there appears to have been no family record preserved, 
neither have we any account from the ]\Iinutes (if such were kept) of Old- 
castle Meeting, within the limits of which he resided, to supply us with in- 
formation with regard to his marriage or his family, other than the isolated 
fact that he had a son Isaac, the date of whose birth is not given, but its 
occurrence in 16G5 inferred from the circumstance that he died in 1750 in the 
eighty-sixth year of his age. Anthony survived Richard, but we have no 
account of him on record after his imprisonment, already referred to, in 1681 
his death probably occurring prior tolG96, as it will be observed his name 
does not appear on Isaac's marriage certificate bearing date in that year. 



> > 



f 







FIRST GEXERATION. 



1. Anthony Jackson, 'of Lancashire, England, emigrated to Ire- 
land in 1649. 



SECOND GEXERATION. 



2. Isaac, son of CI) Antliony Jackson, born in the ^-ear 1665. 
He married Ann, daughter of Rowland Evans,* of the County of 
Wicklow, and removed to reside at or near Balljtore.f Their 
marriage was accomplished at Oldcastle, 2mo. 29, 1696, (O.S.) and 
a record of their certificate is still preserved on the Minutes of 
Carlow| Monthh* Meeting, a copy whereof, as taken from the origi- 
nal is here appended : 

"These are to certify the tmth to all people, that Isaac Jackson, of Old- 
castle, in the county of Meath, and Ann Evans, daughter of Rowland Evans, 
of Balliloing, in the county of Wicklow, having intentions of marriage with 
each other, according to God's ordinance, did lay it before the particular men 
and women's meeting at Drumiam, (or Drummond) in the county of Cavan,§ 
upon the 29th of the llmo. 1695 ; where nothing appearing against it, they 
laid it before the Province meeting at Ann Webb's, in county of Ardmagh, 
upon the 1st day of the 12mo. following and year aforesaid ; who, taking their 
said intentions into consideration, desired them to wait a time, in which time 
several Friends were appointed to make enquiry in the places where their 
residence was and of late hath been— whether the man was clear from all other 
women and whether the woman was clear from all other men ; and whether 
their parents and relatives were satisfied with their said intentions— and pre- 
senting the second time their said intentions of marriage before the Province 
meeting at Richard Boyes's, in the parish of BaUinderry, and county of 
Antrim, upon the 14th day of the First month, 1696, and account being 
brought to the said men's meeting of all things being found clear, and their 
intentions of marriage being several times published in the meetings to 
which they belonged, and nothing appearing against it, at a meeting of the 

*In the original record the surname Is spelled with u. thus. Eitans. 
tXow spelled Ballitore. 

JThis was at a more ancient date called the county of Catherlagh. 
.^Spelled Covanm the orig-inal. 

69 



70 SECOND GENERATION. 

People of God held at Oldcastle, on the 29th day of the Second mouth, 1696, 
where they being contracted, the said Isaac Jackson publicly and solemnly 
declared as folio weth : — In the fear and dread of the great God, and before 
this assembly of people, I take Ann Evans to be my wife till death sepai*- 
ate. And Ann Evans also declared, in the fear of God and before this peo- 
ple, I take Isaac Jackson to be my husband and give myself to be his wife 
till death shall separate — which being performed according to the practice 
of the people of God recorded in the Scriptures of truth, it is to be recorded 
in a Book kept for that purpose, to which he subscribes his name Isaac 
Jackson, and she likewise subscribes her name Ann Jackson, to which we be 
witnesses. 

ISAAC JACKSON. 

ANN JACKSON. 

Thomas Jackson, Margery Paruik, 

Mary Jackson, George Gay, 

Isabel Jackson, Isaac Henthorn, 

Sarah Jackson, John Barcroft, 

Nicholas Starkey, Joseph Inman, 

Thomas Lanktree, John Freeman, 

John Star, Ann Lason, 

John Hearn, Mable Wildman, 

Thomas Button, Catherine Starkey, 

Timothy Paruin, Jane Lanejon, 

Merrick King, Richel King, 

Perenes Realy, Elizabeth King, 

Robert Loone, Susanna Button, 

Simon Mareby, Gervace Mott." 

The Minutes* of Carlow Monthly Meeting, Ireland, supply the 
following record of Isaac and Ann Jackson's children : 
Rebecca, born at Oldcastle, Imo. 25, 169t. 
Thomas, " " " llmo. 9, 1698. 

Isaac, " " " Tmo. 1, 1701, died 12mo. 15, 170L 

Alice, " " " 8mo. 29, 1703. 

William, born at Clonerany, County of Wexford, 2mo. 24, 170&. 
Mary, " " '' " " " " » '« 

James, born at Ballytore, County of Kildare, 2mo. 10, 1708. 
Isaac, " " " " " " 5mo. 13, 1710; 

died 8mo. 13, 1710. 
John, born at Ballytore, County of Kildare, lOmo. 16, 1712 
Isaac, " " " " " " Imo. 13, 1715. 

* William Jackson ul Philadelphia, during a visit to Ireland in 1.870, had access to the old 
Kecords of Carlow Monthly Meeting, kept in the archives belonging to Friends, in Dublin,, 
from which the items above given were carefully transcribed. 



8EC0ND GENERATION. 71 

Isaac and Ann with their surviving children, (excepting Thomas 
the eldest son, who remained in Ireland,) and Rebecca, who came 
to America a few years before her parents, immigrated in 1725, 
previous to which they obtained from Carlow Monthly Meeting the 
following certificate of removal : 

"To Friends in the Province of Pennsylvania or elsewhere. 
Dear Friends : — These with our love in the truth, which is one in all 
nations, do we dearly salute you, hereby letting you know that our friend 
Isaac Jackson, the bearer of this, sometime since acquainted us with his in- 
tention of transj)orting himself and family into your parts ; which we having 
maturely considered-of have left him to his own freedom and liberty therein. 
And he continuing his said intention therein desired a certificate, which we 
give as follows, viz : Both he and his wife are members of our men's and 
women's meetings for about twenty years past, and their conversation and 
behavior amongst us and others \^ ere orderly and of good report and they go 
clear from any engagements here as far as we know ; and their two children 
William Jackson and Mary Jackson have behaved orderly and are clear from 
any here on account of marriage. So desiring their welfare every way and 
safe arrival with you, we conclude with our dear love to you, your loving 
Friends. 

Signed on behalf of our Monthly Meeting held in Carlow in the county of 
Catherlagh in Ireland, the 38th of the Imo. , 1725, by 

Elizabeth Barcroft, John Lecket, 
Eliza Ducket, Samuel Watson, 

Rachel Button, John Thompson, 

Joyce Laikey, Thomas Duckett, 

Susanna AVatson, John Duckett, 

Deborah Fuller, Samuel Laybourn, 

Daniel Hutton, John Mason, 

Gregory Russell, Mathew Chapman, 

Thomas Hutton, Henry Fuller." 

Soon after their arrival in America and settlement at London - 
grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Isaac Jackson and family 
became members of New Garden Monthly Meeting, as appears from 
the following Minute taken from the Records of that Meeting : 

"lOmo. 9, 1725, Isaac Jackson produced a certificate to this Meeting from 
a Monthly Meeting held at Carlow, in the nation of Ireland, in behalf of him- 
self and wife, which was satisfactory, and accepted." 

Isaac died in the autumn of 1750, in the eighty-sixth year of his 
age ; but the exact time of his wife's death does not appear to have 
been recorded. There is however a record that it occurred about 
six or seven years after their arrival in this country, which would 
fix the time in 1731 or 1732. 



72 SECOND OENERATlOy. 

With limited means at command for the occupation of farming, 
Isaac had devoted much of his time to the weaving business,* and 
by persevering industry and frugality, succeeded in acquiring such 
competency as enabled him to maintain a large family in a reputable 
manner; and his children, although tlicir paternal inheritance was 
inconsiderable, yet mainly tlirough self-reliant ellort ami frcjin indus- 
trious habits acquired early in life, prospered in l)usiness ; and by 
their honesty, sobriety and uprightness, attained respectable posi- 
tions in the community in which they lived. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



Children of 02) Isaac and Ann (Evans) Jackson. 

3. Rebecca, born ouio. 25, 1697; married Jeremiah, son of .John 
and Mar}^ Starr, of Oldcastle, in the count}^ of Meath, Ireland, at 
Ballytore, Umo. 10, HlC. They removed to America 1717-S, l)ring- 
ing a certificate of membership from Friends of Cai'low Monthly 
Meeting ; took up a tract in Londongrove township, Chester County, 
Pa., and on adjoining land a few years afterwards Rebecca's parents 
settled. Prior to this time the country was almost an unbroken 
wilderness, although as earl}' as 1712 some Friends had come over, 
settled there and established a Friends' Meeting. Among the 
names of the earlier families we find the Starrs, Millers, Light- 
foots, and some bearing the name of Jackson. 

There is a tradition that the father of .John Starr was a captain of infan- 
try in the Parliament army during the civil war, after which he settled iu 
Ireland, and the son resided for a time at Cootehill, in the County of Cavan. 
The children of John and IMary Starr were nine in number, as follow : John, 

born middle of 7mo. 1674 ; James, born lOmo 28, 1G76 ; married Kachel , 

and came to Pennsylvania in 1712, in company with Michael Lightfoot. The 
Records of Kennett Monthly Meeting furnish the following information, of 
date 4mo. 7, 1712: "James Starr and Michael Lightfoot produced a certifi- 
cate from Catheriagh Monthly Meeting, in the kingdom of Ireland, concern- 
ing their lives and conversation to the Meeting, vt^hich is read, duly considered 

*Some evidences of his masterlj^ skill therein are still preserved among his descendants, 
and a sample was exhibited at the Sesqui-Centennial gathering. 



THIRD QEXERATIOX. 73 

Children of (2) Isaac and Ann (Evans) Jackson. 

and approved by this Meeting." George, born 2mo. 16, 1679 ; Mary, bom 
7rao. 15, 16S3 ; Elizabeth, born 9mo. 13, 1634 ; Susannah, born Omo. 23, 
1686 ; Jeremiah, born 8mo. 17, 1630 , married Rebecca Jackson as above 
stated and came to Pennsylvania; married (2d) Margaret, daughter of Richard 
Hayes, of W. Marlborough, at Loudougrove Meeting, lOmo. 11, 1746, and 
after his death she married John Jackson, llmo 15, 1769 ; Mo>^es, born 8mo. 
27, 1692 ; married 6mo. (Aug.) 2, 1715 at Oldcastle Meeting, to Deborah 
King, daughter of Merrick King of that place, and came to Pennsylvania 
with his brother Jeremiah, bringing a certificate from Oldcastle Meeting, 
which was presented to Newark (now Kennett) Monthly Meeting, 2mo. 5, 
1718 ; Isaac, born 9mo. 28, 1697 ; came to Pennsylvania, and afterward 
married 12mo. 20, 1723, Margaret Lightfoot, daughter of Thomas, of New 
Garden. The eldest brother, John, also came to Pennsylvania, but, unlike 
the others, does not appear to have been a Friend. It is said he had numer- 
ous descendants, some of whom are in Philadelphia and in Richmond, Indi- 
ana. 

These brothers settled at first in Londongrove and the vicinity, whence 
James, Moses and Isaac removed about 1731, the first to the vicinity of Phce- 
nixville, the others to Berks county, but the last finally settled in Goshen, 
Chester County. 

The children of James and Rachel Starr as recorded were :— Mary, born 
2mo. 25, 1707 ; Joseph, born lOmo. 19, 1710 ; John, born 7mo. 29, 1713 ; 
James, born lOmo. 3, 1715 ; Rachel, born 4mo. 16, 1718 ; Moses, born 13mo. 
21, 1720 ; Samuel, born 13mo. 19, 1723 ; Susanna, born 5mo. 14, 1726. 

The children of Moses and Deborah Starr were *— Merrick, born 7mo. 17, 
1717 ; John, born Imo. 16, 1722-3 ; James, born 12nio. 13, 1724-5 ; Moses, born 
Qino. 25, 1726 ; Moses, (2d) born lOmo. 6, 1728 ; .leremiah, born 2mo. 6. 1731 ; 
Deborah, born 2mo. 19, 1733 ; Abraham, born 3mo. 22, 1735. 

The children of Isaac and Margaret Starr were :— Thomas, born lOmo. 25, 
1724; John, born Imo. 6, 1726; Isaac, born Imo. 7, 1728; William, born 3mo. 
27, 1731; Jacob, born 12mo. 1, 1734; Moses, born Imo. 4, 1737; Mary, born 
4mo. 24, 1739 > Samuel, born 5mo. 16, 1743; Moses, born 13mo. 1, 1744. 

4. Thomas, born 9mo. 9, 1698 ; married Mary, daughter of Joseph 
and Anne Boardman, at Edenderry, King's County, Ireland, 6mo. 
9, 1721. Mary died 4mo. 29, 1740, at Jonestown, and was interred 
at Friends' burying place there. Thomas died 7mo. 21, 1785, at 
Edenderry, In which place he was burled. They had eight child- 
ren who (with the exception of one that died young) married and 
left families, some of whose descendants removed to America. 

5. Isaac, born 7mo. 1, 1701 ; died 12mo. 15, 1701. 

6. Alice, born 8mo. 29, 1703 ; married In Ireland, to Joseph Gib- 
son. They came with their family to Pennsylvania, in 1728, and 
resided In Chester County many years. They had a family of eight 



74 Tllinn GEyERATION. 

Children of (2) Isaac and Ann {Evanx) Jackson. 
or nine children, viz : Anne, Isaac, Tliomas, Joseph, Rebecca, .lohn, 
James, Moses and William. (?)* 

It appears from meeting Records that Josepli and his wife pro- 
duced from Sadslniry to Exeter Meeting a certilicate of removal for 
themselves, received by the latter meeting t>mo. 2'.i, 1731) ; a cerlifi- 
cate thence to Xew Garden dated -Inio.SO, 1748 ; thence to Hradfonl 
a certificate for themselves and children Josi>ph, lU-becca, Jt)hn, 
James and Moses, received 8mo. IS, 1757. Their son Isaac obtain- 
ed from New Garden Monthly Meeting a certificate to Bradford, 
which was received 2mo. 15, 17'iO. Josejih, the father, died in 
Nantmeal, in the Spring of 17G4. After liis »lealh Alice obtained 
a certificate of removal from Bradford Monthly Meeting, to Fairfax, 
Va., dated 2mo. 13, 1707, for "herself and daughter Rebecca."— 
Subsequently, however, the chihlren all scttk-.l together on land 
which their mother had purchas.d. Alier attained to the age of 
eighty-four j'ears. 

7. William, born 2mo. 24, 1705; married 'J mo. 9, 1733, to Kath- 
arine, daughter of James and Katharine Miller, formerly members 
of Timahoe Meeting of Friends in Ireland. Siie was born Imo. 
30, 1713. 

Katharine, wife of James Miller, was the daughter of Tliomas Lightfoot, 
a native of Cambridgeshire, England, who at an advanced age removed from 
Ireland and settled in Chester county, Pa. lie died iJnio. 172j, aged about 
eighty-five years, and was buried at Friends' burying ground. Darby. C(jn- 
cerning him, Thomas Chalkley bore this testimony: ''Our dear friend was 
greatly beloved for his piety and virtue, his sweet disposition and lively min- 
istry." 

James and Katharine Miller, accompanied by five of their children, re- 
moved to America, arriving at Philadelphia in " the Sizargh of Whitehaven, 
Jeremiah Cowman, Master," in the 9th or lOth mo., 1729. In a memoir, 
which has been preserved, it was stated that " Katharine was a worthy i)ub- 
lic Friend, but in the great loss to her family and friends, she departed this 
life in said city, a few weeks after their arrival."! Soon after this sad event 
James and the five children settled in New Garden, and produced at that 
meeting iu the following year their certificate of removal from Dublin, Ire- 
land, dated omo. 29, 1729. The names of their children were as follow : — 
Sarah, Elizabeth, .lames, Mary, Katharine, Ann and Hannah, — the two oldest 
daughters, Sarah and Elizabeth, having married in Ireland, the former to 
Thomas Miilhouse, the latter to Thomas Hiett. 

*The last name given in the record kept by John .Taekson, son of AViUiam, a brother of 
Alice. 

tSee Thomas Clialklcy's .Tournal. p. 234. She died lOmo. 17, 1729. 



THIRD GENERATION. 75 

Children of (2) Isaac and Ann (Evans) Jackson. 

Thomas Millhouse and family came with his father-in-law to Pennsylvania, 
and Thomas Iliett and family followed them in 1733, settling in New Gar- 
den. 

James Miller married (2d) Ruth Seaton, of Londongrove, 2mo. 10, 1734, at 
Londongrove Meeting, and after his death, she married John Gracy, 3mo. 8, 
17-)!. 

James, Jr., bom about 1708, married in 1733, Eachel (Fred), widow of 
James Miller, of Kennett, by whom he had three children. He married (2d) 
llebecca Kirk, daughter of Jacob, of Lampeter, Imo. G, 1749 ; was Clerk of 
New Garden Monthly Meeting for several years, and died 1758. 

Mary Millei-, daughter of James and Katharine, married 4mo, 11, 1780, 
Isaac Jackson, son of Thomas, of East Marlborough. They had several 
children,' with whom they removed in 1751 toEno, North Carolina. Mary 
was a minister. Ann Miller, the remaining daughter, married 3mo. 19, 1733, 
William Farquhar, son of Allen, of Pipe Creek, Maryland. 

The high standing William and Katharine Jackson maintained, 
not only in their relations to the religious society of which they 
were members, but to the community at large wherein they were 
known, presented an example of industry, frugality and unswerving 
integrity worthy of imitation. Katharine died 4mo. 2, ItSl, aged 
sixty-seven years. William died llmo. 24. 1785, aged eighty years. 
The exemplary lives they lived and their usefulness in society appear 
manifest from a testimony concerning them, issued by New Garden 
Monthly Meeting of Friends. 

8. Mary, born 2mo. 24, 1705; married Francis Windle 4mo. 14, 
1733. They settled in East Marlborough township, and were mem- 
bers of New Garden Monthly Meeting. Mary died 1768. Francis 
died 9mo. 26, 1788, aged about eight3--seven years. They had a 
family of six children, viz : Thomas, Ann, William, John, David 
and Moses, all of whom married excepting John, who died in his- 
twenty-tifth year. 

Francis Windle obtained a certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting, 
llmo. 4, 1769, in order for marriage with Mary, widow of Jeremiah Browne, 
of West Nottingham, but the marriage was prevented by her death on the 
19th of the same month. 

The records of New Garden Monthly Meeting inform us of the marriage, 
6mo. 6, 1738, of John Smith, of Marlboiough, to Dorothy Windle, of the same 
township, probably a sister to Francis. This John Smith, son of Eleazer and 
Ruth, was born 4mo. 3, 1681, at Dartmouth, X. E., and settled first at Ches- 
ter, Pa., where he married in 1706, Ann, daughter of Caleb Pusey, a promi- 
nent Friend. In 1713 he removed to Marlborough, and a meeting for worship 
was established at his house early in 1715; which continued till a meet- 



76 Tllini) GENKRATIOS 

Children of {2) Isaac and Arm {Evan.<) Jacicsun. 

ing house was built in Loudongrove township, not far disUint. He dic«l 
lOmo. 24, 1766, and was buried at Londongrove. See (UUction of MeinoriaU, 
Philadelphia, 1787. By his wife, Ami, he had a daugliter Lydia, born Imo. 
^, 1719-20, who married Thomas Jackson, son of Thomas and Ann, of AVeHt 
Marlborough, and her daugliter Mary married William Wimllo, hou oi 
Francis and Mary. After Thomas' death .she married a second husband, 
Isaac Allen. 

The children of John and Dorothy Smith were : Anne, born Omo. 12, 1730; 
married 3mo. 20, 1748, to William Webster; John, born Itmo. 27, 1732; 
married Omo. 15, 1750, to Elizabeth Pu.scy; Hiitli, born4mo. (i, \1U: married 
Imo. 10, 1754, to Samuel Sheward, and i2d) !)mo. •,".!, 1750. to John <iregg; 
Thomas, bornllmo. 1, 1737; Sarah, born Omo. 17. 1741; niarric<l llmo. 10, 
1758, to William Webb; Dorothy Smith, widow, married 4ino. 10, 1772, 
John Gracy of Haverford; being his third wife. 

9. James, born 2mo. 10, 1708; married 8mo. 31, 1745, to Hannah 
Miller (a 3'ounger sister of ■William's wife). Their marriage was 
accomplished at Leacock Meeting, a branch of Sadsbury Monthly 
Meeting of Friends. James and Hannah both died, without issue, 
soon after marriage; he died in 8mo. 1748, in New Garden. 

10. Isaac, born 5mo. 13, 1710; died 8mo. 13, 171u. 

11. John, born lOmo. 16, 1712 ; married at New Garden Meeting, 
2mo. n, 1740, to Sarah Miller (a distant relation of William's wife) 
daughter of James and Rachel of Kennett. 

James was a son of Gayen and Margaret Miller of Kennett; born llmo. 5, 
1696; married 4ino. 20, 1721, to Rachel, daughter of John and Katharine 
Fredd, of Birmingham, Chester County. It appears this John Fredd (a 
member of the Society of Friends) had resided in the County of Wexford, 
Ireland; and in the autumn of 1700, William Edmundson, in the course of 
bis religious services, previous to the " National Meeting" at Dublin, when 
in the eightieth year of his age, " went to John Fredd's and had a large meet- 
ing in a barn, it being on First-day of the week." He immigrated with his 
family to America about the year 1712, and located near the Brandywine, in 
Birmingham. The following additional information is obtained from the 
Records of Concord Monthly Meeting, dated 5mo. 13, 1713: "John Fred, 
late of Ireland, produced a certificate for himself and family from the 
Monthly Meeting of Carlow bearing date the 25th day of the 12mo., 1712-13, 
to the satisfaction of this meeting ; and Nicholas and Rachel, son and 
daughter of John Fred, came clear in relation to marriage." Benjamin 
Fred, an older son, obtained a certificate of removal to New Garden Monthly 
Meeting, dated 6mo. 1, 1720; he married Deborah, daughter of Simon Had- 
ley, 4mo, 20, 1721. Nicholas Fred married Ann Need, daughter of Joseph 
and Rebecca Need, of Darby Monthly Meeting, in 1720-21. 

James and Rachel Miller had four children, viz: Sarah, born 4rao, 30, 



THIRD GENERATION. 77 

Children of (2) Isaac and Ann (Evans) Jackson. 
1723; Deborah, born 9mo. 14, 1725; James, born lOmo. 30, 1728- Jesse 
born llmo. 30, 1730. James, the father, died in Kennett, in the 1st or 2mo.,' 
1732, and in the latter part of the next year his widow was married "by a 
priest " to James Miller, son of James and Katharine, by whom she had three 
children,— Thomas, born 3ino. 28, 1734; Benjamin, born 6mo. 10, 1736- 
Katharine, bom Imo. 24, 1738; married David Fream. Rachel dled'l2mo.' 
33, 1748-9, and was buried on the 26th, at New Garden. 

John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson had eight children, who lived 
to grow up and marry. His second wife was Margaret (Hayes) 
Starr,^ widow of Jeremiah Starr, of Londongrove. They were 
married llmo. 15, 17G9. John died 5mo. 31, 1791. 

12. Isaac, born Imo. 13, 1715; he lived to be thirteen or four- 
teen years of age. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



Children of Jererniah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Starr. 

13. Anne, (Bebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 1, 1717 ; married 
2mo. 16, 1741, at Xew Garden Meeting, to James Moore, son of 
Andrew, of Sadsbury, and Margaret deceased ; born in Ireland 
3mo. 6, 1716. She died 8mo. 12, 1761, leaving six children, and 
he married (2d) Mary Atkinson, widow, daughter of Joseph and 
Sarah Wildman, of Bucks county. Pa.; born 8mo. 8, 1720; died 
7mo. 13, 1766. She was a minister of whom a memorial was pub- 
lished. A child by this marriage, Mary, was born 5mo. 7, 1766 ; 
died 8mo. 17, 1767. James married again 5mo. 4, 1769, at Concord 
Meeting, Ann, widow of Nicholas Newlin, of Concord; born 1719; 
died lOmo. 17, 1789. His fourth marriage was 3mo. 9, 1791, to 
Ann, widow of James Williams, of Sadsbury, Chester County, and 
daughter of John and Hannah Minshall. She died 9mo. 21, 1801, 
and he died 8mo. 1, 1809, in his ninety-fourth year. He was a 
prominent citizen and member of Friends' Meeting. 

Andrew Moore, born in the County of Antrim, Ireland, 1688, married (1st) 
Margaret Miller, born 1683; by whom he had a son, James, and daughter, 
Mary, if not more. He emigrated from Ireland in 1723, and landed at New 
Castle, 8mo. 3rd, bringing a certificate from the meeting at " Ballauacree." 
He was perhaps a son of James Moore, Sr., at whose house meetings were 



78 FO UE Til GENERA TION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

frequently held. One David Moore, supposed to have been a brother, came 
over in 1722, and died in 1726. Samuel Miller, probably a brother-in-law, 
came over in 1723, bringinc^ a certificate from the same meeting; he and 
Andrew Moore settled near Sadsbury; and in 1724, through application made 
by them, Sadsbury meeting was established.* 

Andrew Moore's last wife was Rachel (daughter of William and Deborah 
Halliday), born lOmo. 25, 1704; married 4mo. 24, 1725, by whom he had 
eight children, as follow: Daniel, John, Robert (born lOmo. 22, 1739 ; died 
2mo. 9, 1826: he married Mary Briuton 1768): Joseph (married Jane Marsh 
1756 ; he died 7mo. 13, 1805) ; Andrew (married Kebecca Starr) ; William 
(married Rachel Marsh 1740, afterwards, Lydia Minshall) ; Sarah (married 
William Truman 1769) ; Rachel (born 3mo. 12, 1742; married John Truman 
1761 ; she died 7mo. 1, 1828). 

14. John. 15. Isaac. 10. Jeremiah, married 7mo. 1, 1750, 
Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Hiett ; his second wife was Rachel, 
daughter of Joseph and Jane Moore, of Londongrove ; married at 
West Grove, 12mo. 6, 1786. Jeremiah died, witliout issue, in 1791. 

17. Alice, married David, son of Michael and Hannah (Maris) 
Harlan, of Londongrove, 12mo. 16, 1756. They had six children. 

18. Rebecca, married 9mo. 26, 1754, to Andrew Moore, of Sads- 
bury, son of Andrew Moore (deceased). They had six children. 

19. Moses, married Sarah, daughter of Michael and Hannah 
(Maris) Harlan, of Londongrove, 3mo. 19, 1760. Sarah died 3mo. 
5, 1815, aged about 78 years. They had four children. 

20. Mary, married Baldwin. 21. Susanna. | 22. Joshua.| 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of James and (13) Anne (Starr) Moore. 

23. Andrew, {Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo., 1742; 
married Ruth Birdsall. They had eleven daughters, nine of whom 
lived to womanhood and were married. 



*The record of Andrew Moore"s immediate (and also of his somewhat remote) descend- 
ants as obtained for this work, is not given in full, the accounts being somewhat conflicting, 
and there has not been sufflcieney of data to remove difficulties in the way of research. It 
is to be hoped, however, that a future investigator will be able to present the family record 
in its various ramifications. 

jThesctwo names are taken from the record kept by John Jackson, grandson of Isaac, 
the immigrant. 



F IFTH GENERA Tl ON. 7 •) 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

24. Rebecca, born 2mo. 16, 1744; marriedJohn Cooper, lOnio 
24, 1764. 

25. Jeremiah, born 4mo. 22, 1745; married , and had 

two sons, Jacob and Solomon, who, it is said, were accused of har- 
boring "the Doanes and other refugees;" and about the time the 
Doanes were executed, thc}^ removed across the Niagara, where 
their descendants still reside. 

26. Mary, born 6mo. 23, 1747; died young. 27. James, born 
7mo. 19, 1749 ; died young. 28. Ann, born 9mo. 27, 1751 ; married 
Asahel Walker, 7mo. 20, 1769. They had ten children. 



Children of David and (17) Alice (Starr) Harlan. 

29. Lewis, (Alice, Rebecca., Isaac, Anthony) married Harris, 

in Cecil county, Md. 30. Jeremiah, married Hettie Stump, in 

Harford county, Md. 31. Elisha, married Harris, in Cecil 

county, Md. 32. Hannah, died unmarried, in Philadelphia, about 
1831. 

33. Rebecca, born 1775; married John Carter, of Harford 
county, Md., 6mo, 14, 1798, at Deer Creek Meeting. He died in 
1805. Rebecca died in Philadelphia in 1819. They had two chil- 
dren. 34. Alice, died unmarried, in Philadelphia, 1860, aged about 
80 j^ears. 



Children of Andrew and (18) Rebecca (Starr) Moore. 

35. Jeremiah, {Rebecca, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 27, 
1755 ; married Phebe, daughter of William and Mary (Brinton) 
Jones, in 1800, at Columbia, Pa. They were members of Friends' 
Meeting, but Jeremiah being deaf and dumb, they were married 
by the assistance of a magistrate. Phebe, born in Birmingham, 
Chester county, 12mo. 27, 1777; died llmo. 23, 1845. They had 
three children, viz : Jeremiah, Mary and Andrew, for the record of 
whom see appendix. 

36. Rachel, born llmo. 6, 1757; married James Cooper, llmo. 
8, 1775. 37. James, born Imo. 8, 1760; married Lydia Sharplcss, 
4mo. 6, 1785. 38. Andrew, born 4mo. IG, 1762. 39. Isaac, born 
5mo. 8, 1764 ; married Lydia Wilson, lOmo. 12, 1786. 40. Thomas, 
born5mo. 9, 1766. 



80 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (19) Moses and Sarah (Harlan) Starr. 

41. Jeremiah, {Moses., Rebecca., Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 10, 
1762; married Anne, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Whitson, 
of Sadsbury ; died 3mo. 12, 181fi. Anne, born 12rao. 5, 1703 ; died 
5mo. 4, 1818. They had six children. Elizabeth Wliitson died at 
New Garden, 4mo. 28, 1810. 

42. Hannah, born 2mo. 3, 1765; married Thomas Whitson, son 
of Thomas and Elizabeth, lOmo. 31, 1787. Thomas, born 'Jmo. 
27, 1760; died 6mo. 1, 1826. Hannah died 4mo. 20, 1836. 

43. Rebecca, married Thomas Downing. They had descendants, 
of whom no information is obtained. 44. Sarah, died unmarried. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



Children of (23) Andrew and Ruth (Birdsall) Moore. 

45. Elizabeth, {Andrew., Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony,) born 
7mo. 11, 1767 ; died in infancy. 46. Ann, born Imo. 8, 1769 ; mar- 
ried Samuel Williams. 47. Elizabeth, born 3mo. 21, 1771 ; died 
young. 48. Ruth, born 6mo. 21, 1773; married Ellis Passmore. 
49. Sarah, born llmo. 11, 1775 ; married Hall. 

50. Rebecca, born 4mo. 11, 1778. 51. Phebe, born 6mo. 13, 
1780; married Joseph Cloud. 52. Mary, born lOmo. 1, 1784; 
married Samuel Irwin. 53. Abigail, born 12mo. 1, 1786. 

54. Elizabeth, born 8mo. 31, 1789. 55. Cassandra, 3mo. 18, 
17?2. 



Children of Asahel and (28) Ann (Moore) Walker. 

56. James, {Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony,) born llmo. 5, 
1770; died in infancy. 57. Edward, born 2mo. 24, 1772; died in 
infancy. 58. Rebecca, born Imo. 23, 1774 ; died young. 

59. Ann, born llmo. 7, 1776; married Andrew Moore, son of 
Robert. The}^ had nine children. 60. Isaac, born 7mo. 22, 1779; 
married Deborah Dickinson 9mo., 1803. They had ten children. 
61. Asahel, born 7mo. 23, 1781; died young. 62. Mary, born 



SIXTH GENERATION. 81 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

12mo. 13, 1782 ; married John Moore, (son of John, sou of 
Andrew.) They had nine children. 

63. Sarah, born Umo. 24, 1785; married George Cooper. They 
had seven children, 64. Asahel, born 2mo. 7, 1788; married 
Sarah Coates. They had eight children. 65. Rebecca, born 8mo. 
21, 1791 ; married Richard Coates, She died 9mo. 11, 1814. 



Children of John and (33) Rebecca (Harlan) Carter. 

66. John, (Rebecca, Alice, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 
28, 1800 ; married Sarah, daughter of Nathan and Sarah Shoe- 
maker, of Montgomery Co., Pa., 7mo. 8, 1834. Sarah born 6mo. 
14, 1812; died 7mo. 9, 1858. They had ten children. Residence, 
Philadelphia. John died 6mo. 3, 1877. 

67. Henry, born 4mo. 18, 1804; married Mary Ann, daughter 
of Joel and Alice Jackson. (See further record of the family 
among the descendants of William and Katharine (Miller) Jack- 
son.) 

Children of (41) Jeremiah and Anne (Whitson) Starr. 

68. Deborah, (Jeremiah, 3Ioses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 
3mo. 11, 1789 ; married Levi, son of William Kearns of New Gar- 
den, in 1805. She died 5mo., 1869, in Indianapolis, Ind. Levi 

died, . They had several children, but the record in full not 

obtained. 

69. Moses, born 5mo. 24, 1791 ; married Rachel, daughter of 
Thomas and Katharine (Jackson) Pennington, 8mo. 15, 1816. 
Rachel, born Imo. 4, 1798 ; died 6mo. 7. 1835. Moses died 3mo. 16, 
1874. They had ten children. 

70. Samuel, born 5mo. 14, 1793; married Hannah, daughter of 
Enoch Gray, in 12mo., 1818. Samuel died 8mo. 26, 1822; his 
widow died several years afterwards. They left two children. 
71. Thomas, born 1795; died in infancy. 72. Jeremiah, born 
7mo. 5, 1798 ; married Mar}^, daughter of Eli and Sarah (Scarlet) 
Thompson, lOmo. 11, 1827. Mary born 5mo. 15, 1810. Jeremiah 
died 4mo. 17, 1876. They had seven children. 

73. Marianna, born 5mo. 19, 1805; married in 1828 to Samuel 
Moore, of Sadsbur3%, who died about one year after, leaving no 



82 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Starr. 
issue. She married (2d), 8mo. 20, 1835, Samuel Pcuuiugton, sou of 
Robert, and grandson of Thomas Pennington, of West Grove, whose 
third wife was Katharine Jackson. They had six children. Reside 
near Cable, Champaign Count}', Ohio. 



Children of Thomas and (42) Hannah (Starr) Whitson. 

74. Samuel, {Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 
Umo. 10, 1788; married Rachel, daughter of John and Mary 
(Mercer) Moore, 3mo. 13, 1811 ; died 8mo. 21, 1863. Rachel, born 
9mo. 6, 1789; died lOmo. 15, 1865. 75. Micah, born 2mo. 20, 
1791 ; married Mary, daughter of George and Rachel (Frame) 
Mercer, 3mo. 13, 1816. Mary, born lOmo. 31, 1797 ; died 4mo. 17, 
1837. He married (2d) Esther Cooper, 2mo. 14, 1839, widow of 
Samuel, and daughter of George and Hannah (Dixson) Cooper. 
Esther, born 6mo. 5, 1794; died 9mo. 18, 1862. He afterwards 
married Hannah Mercer, 6mo. 16, 1864. He died lOmo. 3, 1874, 
leaving by his first wife seven children. 

76. Sarah, born 9mo. 8, 1793 ; married Joseph Evans. She died 
7mo., 1863. 77. Thomas, born 2mo. 7, 1796 ; married Martha, 
daughter of Francis and Ann Hobson, 5mo. 17, 1827. Martha, born 
llmo. 10, 1800. Thomas died llmo. 27, 1867. 

Coucerniug Thomas "Whitson, a coutemporaiy* who could speak from 
personal knowledge of his worth, offers this testimony: That he was most 
exemplary in the simplicity of his manners and the purity of his life. * * * 
Alike liberal and practical, his religion permeated all relations of his life, as 
individual, social, civil; its aim in all to make himself and others better in 
these various relations; to reform abuses, banish wrongs, abolish evil institu- 
tions and immoral practices— to exalt the law of kindness and promote the 
reign of right, to make men conscious of a bond of brotherhood, connecting 
man with man and race with race; and thus to aid the whole world's progress 
toward a purer, nobler life. As neighbor, citizen and member of general 
society, he aimed to Urn his principles and make his presence tell for good. 
Honest and honorable in all his dealings, above even a suspicion of unfairness 
in design or act; truthful, sincere and plain of speech, he had the confidence of 
all who knew him. 

78. MosES, born 8mo. 24, 1798; married Smo. 13, 1828, Elizabeth 
Taylor (born 3mo. 1, 1805), daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth 



*c. c. B. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 83 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 
Taylor. Elizabeth died 12mo. 13, 1844. Moses died 2mo. 14 
1853. They had four children. 19. Hannah, born 4mo. 14, 1801 • 
married Andrew Moore 3mo. 12, 1835, at Sadsbury Meeting! 
Andrew born 5mo. 12, 1808 ; died lOmo. 28, 1843. Hannah died i°n 
Fall of 1847. They had four children. 

80. Joseph, born Imo. 28. 1804; died 9mo. 28, 1826. 

81. Jeremiah, born 5mo. 14, 1807 ; married Ann S. Owen, Imo. 
17, 1832; she died llmo. 17, 1806, leaving four children. Jeremiah 
married (2d) Elizabeth Newbold, 12mo. 16, 1869. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of (66) John and Sarah (Shoemaker) Carter. 

82. Rebecca, {John, Rebecca., Alices Rebecca., Isaac, Anthony) 
born 8mo. 17, 1835. 83. Mary E., born lOmo. 12, 1836 ; died 9mo. 
21, 1837. 84. John E., born 2mo. 25, 1838. 85. Alice H., born 
6mo. 17, 1839. 86. Joseph S., born llmo. 15, 1840 ; died Imo. 18, 
1845. 87. William H., born 5mo. 12, 1842; died 4mo. 28, 1843. 

88. Charles S., born llmo. 30, 1843; married Eliza Cope, 5mo. 
6, 1869. They have three children: Residence, East Bradford, 
Chester County, Pa. 89. Sarah S., born 7mo. 1, 1845. 

90. George H., born llmo. 12, 1846 ; died 8mo. 9, 1848. 

91. Hannah F., born 4mo. 13, 1848. 



Children ot Andrew and (59) Ann (Walker) Moore. 

92. Mary, {Ann, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony). 

93. AsAHEL. 94. Anna. 95. Mercy. 96. Andrew. 

97. Robert, born in Sadsbury township, Lancaster County, Pa., 
(now of Richmond, Ind.), 3mo. 13, 1808; married Ann Rambo, 
3mo. 13, 1833. They had three children. 

93. Moses. 99. Isaac 100. Sarah. 



84 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (60) Isaac and Deborah (Dickinson) Walker. 

101. Anna, {Isaac, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 
lOmo. 27, 1804; died Imo. 28, 1824. 102. Mary, born 4mo. 6, 
1806; married Samuel Slokum, Imo. 4, 1837. Tliey had six child- 
ren. 103. Isaac, born Imo. 27, 1808 ; married Eliza Ann Brooke 
llmo. 2, 1831. They had eight children. 

104. AsAHEL. born 9mo. 22, 1809: married Sarah Chambers. 
They had four children. 105. James, born lOmo. 7, 1811 ; died in 
California. 106. Joseph, born 8mo. 18, 1813 ; died 3mo. 7, 1831. 

107. Rebecca, born lOmo. 28, 1814; married Robert Harry and 
died soon afterwards. 108. Aaron, born 4mo. 26, 1818 ; died 2mo. 
16, 1831. 109. Deborah, born 2mo. 12, 1820 ; married Henry Pow- 
nall. They had five children. 110. (Name not ascertained), born 
2mo. 12, 1823 : died in infancy. 



Children of John and (62) Mary (Walker) Moore, 

111. AsAHEL, {Mary, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony). Resi- 
dence, Philadelphia. 112. Sarah. 113. John Wilson. 

114. Walker. 115. Samuel Downing. 116. Benjamin. 

117. Abraham. 118. Isaac 119. Jacob. 120. Mary Ann, 
married Cja-us Simmons. 



Children of George and (63) Sarah (Walker) Cooper. 

121. AsAHEL, {Sarah, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony). 

122. William, resides in New Orleans. 123. Hyram Truman. 
124. Benjamin Franklin. 125. George Washington, (now of 
Londongrove, Chester Co.) 126. Jeremiah. 127. Phebe, married 
Thomas Whitson. 



Children of (64) Asahel and Sarah (Coates) Walker. 

128. Samuel, {Asahel, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony). 

129. Asahel C. 130. Anna, married William Cooper, son of 
Jeremiali. 131. Susanna, married (1st) Moses Pownall, and (2d) 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 85 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Stater. 

Pusey Barnard, 132. Phebe, married William Cooper, (widower 
of her sister Anna). 133. Joseph. 134. Sarah, married Sylves- 
ter Linville. 135. Margaret, married Francis Pennock. 



Children of Levi and (68) Deborah ( Starr) Kearns. 

136. Annie, (Deborah^ Jeremiah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, An- 
thony) born near Wilmington, Del., 2mo. 28, 1808 ; married Wm. 
Cooper, llmo. 18, 1829. They had six children. She died in 
Davenport, Iowa, 1869. 13'7. Rebecca. 138. Samuel. 

139. Deborah. (Other children but names not obtained). 



Children of (69) Moses and Rachel (Pennington) Starr. 

1-iO. Isaiah J., (^Moses, Jeremiah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 28, 1817 ; married Margaret J., daughter of Aaron and 
Margaret Brackin, 12mo. 19, 1838, Margaret J., born 3mo, 23, 
1818. Thej'- have seven children. Residence, Wilmington, Del 
141. Sarah, born 5mo, 1, 1818 ; married George, sou of Thomas 
and Ann Matthews, 2mo, 23, 1853, Greorge, born 6mo. 11, 1812, 
They had four children. Residence, Gunpowder, Maryland. 

142. Rebecca, born 6mo, 18, 1819; died llmo, 20, 1830. 

143. Catharine, born 9mo. 22, 1821 ; married Imo. 17, 1854, to 
Isaac L., son of James L. and Ruth Devon, of Wilmington, Del, 
Catharine died 2mo. 13, 1876. They had two children. 

144. Anna Mary, born 5mo. 12, 1824; died 4mo. 12, 1849. 

145. Jeremiah J,, born 8 mo. 17, 1826 ; married Lucy, daughter 
of Francis and Mary Butterfield, 4mo, 23, 1868. Lucy, born 5mo. 
24, 1841, They have two children. Residence, Hereford, Balti- 
more Co., Md. 146. Mary Emma, born 2mo. 13, 1829; died 7mo 
SO, 1852. 147. Thomas Pennington, born 8mo. 17, 1831; died 
8mo. 17, 1832, 148. Louisa Rebecca, born 8mo. 19, 1833; mar- 
ried Joseph H, Warrington, 8mo. 21, 1862, They had one child. 
Residence, Camden, X. J. 149, Rachel, born 5mo, 30, 1835, 



Children of (70) Samuel and Hannah CGrey) Starr. 

150. Sarah Ann, {Samuel, Jeremiah, Moses, Rebecca. Isaac ^ 
Anthony) deceased, 151. Philena, deceased. 



86 SEVENTH OENEBATION. 

Descendants of (3) Jeremiah and Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (72) Jeremiah and Mary (Thompson) Starr. 

152. Saeah, {Jeremiah^ Jeremiah,, Moses,, Behecca,, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 23, 1828; married Robert L. Walter, son of William 
and Margaret, of Kennett. Sarah died 6mo. 28, 1875. 

153. Jeremiah, born 4mo. 27, 1830; married Rebecca, (born 
3mo. 15, 1830) daughter of Jesse and Jane Hallowell. 

154. Eli T., born Imo. 7, 1834 ; married Carrie Jeiferis, daughter 
of Emmor and Ann, of Wilmington, Del. 155. Ann, born lOmo. 
5, 1836 ; died Gmo. 24, 1842. 156. Samuel, born 7mo. 22, 1839 ; 
married Mary Dyer, daughter of John, of Chester, Delaware Co., 
Imo. 6, 1876. 

157. Mary Anna, born 12mo. 22, 1842 ; married William E. 
Haines, of Illinois, where they reside. They have two children. 

158. Charles T., born 8mo. 23, 1846 ; married Emma F. Chand- 
ler, daughter of William L. of New Garden, 9mo. 9, 1874. They 
have one child. Residence, Avondale, Chester Co., Pa. 



Children of Samuel and (73) Marianna (Starr) Pennington. 

159. JENNIE Louisa, {Marianna, Jeremiah,, Moses, Behecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 12, 1836; married Simeon Woodrow Swisher, 
Imo. 29, 1857. They had nine children. Residence, Kirkwood, 
Lancaster Co., Pa. 

160. Samuel Edwin, born 3mo. 25, 1838; married Marie Winder, 
5mo. 27, 1869. 161. Jeremiah R., born 2mo. 6, 1840; died Cmo. 
15, 1840. 162. Jennie, born lOmo. 17, 1841 ; died 4mo. 15, 1842. 

163. Charles B., born 5mo. 12, 1843. 164. Mary E., born 9mo. 
1, 1844. 



Children of (74) Samuel and Rachel (Moore) Whitson. 

165. Phebe Ann, {Samuel, Hannah, 3Ioses, Behecca, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 3mo. 30, 1812. 166. Cvrus, born lOmo. 14, 1813 ; died 
8mo. 7, 1874. 167. Mary, born 2mo. 28, 1816; married Isaac 
Moore, 4mo. is, 1838. Mary died lOmo. 3, 1869. They had five 
children. 168. Amos E., born 8mo. 4, 1818 ; married Ahi Michener, 
2mo. 19, 1845. They had three children. 169. Hannah S., born 
Imo. 1«, 1821 ; died 4mo. 5, 1844. 170. Leah C, born 6mo. 8, 1823 ; 
married Charles Smith, llmo. 23, 1842. They had seven children. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 87 

Descendants of (3) Jeremiah and Rebecca (Jackson) Starr. 

171. Rachel M., horn 8mo. 14, 1825; married Joseph Jones 
McFadgen, 4mo. 11, 1855. They have four children. 

172. Thomas H., born Imo. 15, 1829; married Phebe P. Cooper, 
3mo. 19, 1855. They have five children. 



Children of (75) Micah and Mary (Mercer) Whitson. 

173. William, (Micah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthomj) 
born Imo. 23, 1818 ; married E. C. Fulton 6mo. 12, 1839. He died 
5mo. 11, 1875. They had nine children. 174. George, born 
Imo. 19, 1820; married Elizabeth Pownell, 5mo. 11, 1842. They 
had four children. 175. Elizabeth, born 5mo. 21, 1823 ; married 
Lea W. Gause, llmo. 9, 1843. He died 8mo. 24, 1867. They had six 
children. 176. Mercer, born lOmo. 22, 1825; married Matilda 
Moore, 2mo.— 1852. He died 2mo. 16, 1862. They had three 
children. 177. Hannah, born 4mo. 29,1828; married Harding 
Gilbert, 3mo. 15, 1849. They had seven children. 

178. Joseph H., born lOmo. 7, 1880; married Emma Zimmer- 
man, 8mo. 9, 1854. They have one child. 179. Mary P., born 4mo. 
1, 1833 ; married Jeremiah Cooper, llmo. 9, 1853. They had five 
children. 



Children of (77) Thomas and Martha (Hobson) Whitson. 

180. Ann, ( T/iomas, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 8mo. 22, 1828 ; married William, son of Thomas Haslan, of 
England, 2mo. 12, 1857. They have two children. 181. Thomas, 
born 12mo. 2, 1830 ; died 2mo. 7, 1831. 

182. Rebecca, born 2mo. 3, 1832 ; married Cyrus, son of Samuel 
and Lydia Brinton, 2mo. 12, 1857. They have five children. Resi- 
dence, Christiana, Lan. Co. 183. Francis, born 3mo. 19, 1834; 
married Mary, daughter of George H. and Hannah Walter, 3mo. 

14, 1870. 

184. Sarah Jane, born 3mo. 30,1836; married Charles iJur- 
leigh Hambleton, son of Charles and Henrietta, 9mo., 24, 1874. 
They have one child. 185. Samuel, born Imo. 29, 1838. 

186. Theodore, born 2mo. 12, 1840; married Eliza, daughter of 
Abraham and Lydia Rakestraw, Imo. 26, 1865. They had four 



88 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Behecca {Jackson") Starr. 

children. 187. Thomas, horn 12mo. 18, 1842 ; married Amy, 
daughter of James and Hannah P^de, 3mo. 14, 186T. They have 
three children. 



Children of (78) Moses and Elizabeth (Taylor) Whitson. 

188. Mary, (Moses, Hannah, 3Ioses, Bebecca, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 4, 1829 ; married Imo., 1856, to Samuel P., son of James 
and Esther W. Bailey. Samuel born 3mo. 4, 1822. They have 
seven children. Residence in New Garden. 189. Jacob T., born 
lOmo. 18, 1830 ; married 3mo. 25, 1863, to Mary B., daughter of 
John N. and Emily Russell. Marj-- B., born 2mo., 1840. They have 
four children. 

190. Anna M., born lOmo. 2, 1833; married 3mo. 23, 1870, to 
David Hood, son of Thomas and Margaret. David, born 2mo. 19, 
1832. They have one child. 191. Moses, born Imo. 24,1840; 
married lOmo. 13, ls69, to Mary C, daughter of Isaac H. and 
Cecelia A. Gehr. Mary C, born 3mo. 7, 1846. They had two 
children. 



Children of Andrew and (79) Hannah (Whitson) Moore. 

192. 'R'EBEGGA,{ Hannah, Hamiah, Moses, Bebecca. Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 1, 1836. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

193. Joseph Whitson, born 8mo. 16, 1837. 194. Jeremiah Starr, 
born 6mo. 29, 1839 ; married Eliza, daughter of Thomas Houston, 
9mo. 29, 1868. They have one child. Residence, Philadelphia. 

195. Thomas A., born 6mo. 10,1842; married Eliza Kelly, of 
Michigan, 3mo. 12. 1867. They have four children. Residence, 
Michigan. 



Children of (si) Jeremiah and Ann S. (Owen) Whitson. 

196. Lydia Ann, ( Jeremiah, Hannah, 3Ioses, Bebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 29,1834. 197. Hanna, born llmo. 1, 1835; 
married Abraham L. Walker, Kimo., 1860. They have three child- 
ren. 198. Angelina, born 9mo. 18,1837. 

199. Thomas Clarkson, born 7mo. 26, 1840; married Emily 
Albright, 2mo. 18, 1873. 



EIGrRTH GENERATION. 89 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Slarr. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of (88) Charles S. and Eliza (Cope) Carter, 

200. William, {Charles S., John, Rebecca, Alice, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) horn lOmo, 3,1870. 201. Ellen Cope, born nno. 14. 
1873. 202. John Darlington, born 12mo. 30, 1874. 



Children of (07) Robert and Ann (Rambo) Moore. 

203. Ann E., {Robert, Ann, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthoni/) 
born Imo. 16, 1834, in Sadsbury township; married John M. Max- 
vrell, Imo. 20, 1864, in Richmond, Indiana. They had two child- 
ren. Ann E. died 8mo. 3, 1867. John M. married (2nd) Mary A. 
Moore — have one child, Miriam A., born Imo. 20. 1864. 

204. Nathan A., born 5mo. 3. 1838, in Indiana ; married Ann 
Gilbert, of Dublin, Indiana. 3mo. 12, 1873. Ann born 3mo. '20, 
1847. They have two children. 205. Mary A., born 9mo. 10, 
1839. 



Children of Samuel and (102) Mary (Walker) Slokum. 

206. Anna, (Mary, Isaac, Ann, A7ine, Rebecca, Isaac. Anthony) 
born 4ino. 2, 1838; died in infanc3^ 207. Susanna, born 7mo. 23, 
1839 : married Thomas Houston, now of Michigan. 

208. Isaac Walker, born 6mo. 26, 1841. 209. Deborah, born 
7mo. 3, 1843; married William Sproul. Resides in Michigan. 

210. Mary Rebecca, born 11 mo. 24, 1845; married James 
Sproul. 211. Samuel Baker, born lOmo. 28, 1847; died in in- 
fancy. 

Children of (103) Isaac and Eliza Ann (Brooke) Walker. 

212. Mary Louisa, (Isaac, Isaac, Ann, Anne, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) married John C. Roberts, of Robertson Co., Texas. 

213. Isaac Buchanan, died young. 214. Eliza Josephine, mar- 
ried Isaac Dillen and is now deceased, leaving three chiMren — names 
not obtained. 215. jA>rES M., married Eliza Ann Fawkes. 



90 EIGHTH GENERAnoy. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jac/ison) Starr. 

216. Esther Jane. raarrie<l Isaac Dilk-n Worst. 'ilT. Sauaii 
Frances, maniod Henry Ilorshcy. 218. Isa \r I,kwi8. unm:irrii'.l. 



Children of (104) Asahel and Sarah (Chambers) Walker. 

21'.l. Deborxii. (Asahel. fsaac, Ann. An/it\ h'ebecca, fMiac, An- 

Ihony) married William Marshall. 220. TATiENt-K. now tk'cease^L 

221. Isaac, resides in Philadelphia. 222. Rehecca, resides in 

Philadelphia. 

Children of Henry and (lO'.'i Deborah (Walker) Pownall. 

223. Prebe, ( Deborah. Isaac^ Ann. Ann*'. Rebecca. Isiuu'. Anthony) 
born 8mo. 5, 1851. 224, Mary, born lino. 0, ls53. 

225. DEnoRAii. born Tnio. 24. 1^55. 22H. Henry, born lOino. 
10, 1857. 227. Anne, born lOmo. 12, ls02. 



Children of William and (13r>) Annie (Kearns) Cooper. 

228. Levi K. {Annie, Deborah. Jeremiah. Moses. Refjecca^ fsaac, 
Anthony) born 4ino. 5, 1831 ; married Melvina Desclms lm<j.. 185!>. 
She died 5mo., isijO. He married (2d) Mary E. Sander. 1804. 
Levi K., died 8mo. 7, 1875. leaving six children, three of wiiorn de- 
ceased. Names not obtained. 

229. Elizabeth, born iJrao. 13. 1833; marricvl Asa Ellis 3mo., 
1854. She died 9mo. 10, 1855. Xo children. 230. Truman, born 
5mo. 28, 1836 ; married Mary H. Hiett, 4mo. 30, 1862. Xo children. 
231. Jeremiah S., born 3mo. 21, 1839 ; married, and has two chihl- 
ren — names not obtained. Resides in Indiana. 

232. PhebeR., born Gmo. 23, 1841; married Lindley H. Spencer 
3mo. 31, 1859. He died at Greensborough. Ind., 9mo. 22, 1867, 
aged 32 years. Phebe R. married (2nd) Israel Osborn 3rao. 8. 1871. 
She has five children, one of whom deceased. X"o names obtained. 

233. Deborah A., born llmo. 30. 1843; married Joseph D. Wil- 
son lOmo. 1, 1862. Six children. Xo names obtained. 

234. Annie S., born 9mo. 13. 1846 ; married John D. Butler 9mo. 
6, 1866. Xames of children not obtained ; two reside in Douglass 
Co., Kansas, the others in Iowa, 



EIGHTB. GENERATION. 91 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (140) Isaiah J. and Margaret J. (Brackin) Starr. 

235. Aaron Brackin, (Isaiah, Moses, Jeremiah, Moses, Bebecca, 
[saac, Anthony) horn lOmo. 27, 1839; married lluio. 7, 1867, to 
Mary Rice, daughter of Samuel F. ami Msiry Jane Betts, of Wil- 
mington, Del. They have four children. 

236. Moses, born Imo. 6, 1842; married 4mo. 6, 1868, to Mary 
Ann, daughter of Thomas and Mary Knott, of Wilmington, Del. 
They have three children. 237. Anna, born 12mo. 6, 1843; died 
7mo. 14, 1867- 

238. Adaline Lefeore. born 4mo. 11, 1847; married Lewis E. 
Todd, son of John and Jane, of Brandywine Hundred, Newcastle 
Co., Del., 4mo. 11, 1868. They have one child. 

239. WiNFiELD Sharpe, born lOrao. 10, 1851. 

240. Margaret Yirginia, born 6mo. 1, 1855. 

241. Millard Fillmore, born Imo. 7, 1858; died 7mo. 18, 1858. 



Children of George and (141) Sarah (Starr) Matthews. 

242. Anna R., (Sarah, Moses, Jeremiah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 4, 1854. 243. Mary L., born lOmo. 20, 1858. 
244. George Emma, born llmo. 13, 1857. 245. Thomas Starr, 
born 3mo. 10, 1860; died Imo. 14, 1861. 



Children of Isaac L. and (143) Catharine (Starr) Devou. 

246. Alfred, (Catharine, 3Ioses, Jeremiah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 12, 1855. 247. Katie, born 3mo. 11, 1861. 



Children of (145) Jeremiah J. and Lucy (Butterfield) Starr. 
248. Francis Pennington, (Jeremiah J., Moses, Jeremiah, Moses, 
Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 6, 1869. 249. Lua May, born 
7mo. 12, 1870. 

Children of Joseph H. and (148) Louisa Rebecca (Starr) 

Warrington. 
250. Mary Trotter, (Louisa Rebecca, Moses, Jeremiah, 3Ioses, 
Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 23, 1863. 



92 EIOHTH OEXKRATloy. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (8) Rehecca (Jnrk/<on) Starr. 

Children of William E. and ( 1;>7) Mary Anna i Starr) Haines. 

251. Mary Ella. (Mart/ An)ia, Jeremiah^ .lerrmiah^ Moxex, Re- 
becca, Isaac, Anthon<i) born 4mo. s. IsCs. 'i'vj. .Tknnik, born lOtno. 
4, 1ST2. 

Child of (168) Charles T, and Emma F. (Chandler) Starr. 

253. AViLLlAM C, {Cliarlrs 'J'., ./, nmiali. .f> remiah, Mnnrx, Re- 
becca. Isaac. Anthomi) born ^nio. s, ls75. 



Children of Simeon W. and (15'.t) Annie Louisa (Pennington) 

Swisher. 

254. Mary Emma, ( J»/?v'' Louisa. Mnrinnna. Jeremiah, Mose.'<, 
Rebecca, Isaac. Anthony) born Cmo. 2;5, Isa^. 

255. Eliza Leonora, born '.tnio. 2, is.')'.). 2")0. Uaciikl Lkwklla. 
born 12mo. lo. 1^01. 25". Clkment rKNMNUTON, born Tmo. 15, 
1863; died 9mo. 1. lsr,3. 

258. Charles PENNiN<iT()N. bom Idmo. 4. Im;4. 

259. Annie Amanda, Viorn 1 inu. 7. IsOT. 200. Lillian, born 
llmo. 27, 1871 ; died llnio. 27. 1^7 1. 

261. Minnie JJell. born 3nio. 1^. Is73. 2(;2. Clyde, born Omo- 
IT, 1875; died Smo. 1. 1^75. 



Children of Isaac and (l(i7; Mary (Whitson) Moore. 

263. Rachel Ann, (Mary. Samuel, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac. Anthony) born 4mo. 3. Is39. 2(34. Anna Mary, born 9mo. 
16,1841. 265. Sarah W.. born llmo. 23, 1843; died 2mo. 24, 1845. 
266. Samuel W., born 5mo. 7, 1846 ; married Hettie Roberts, 3mo. 
30, 18T5. 267. Thomas Edwin, born Tmo. 25,1850; died llmo. 
27, 1866. 

Children of (168) Amos E. and Abi (Michener) Whitson. 

268. Jesse M,, {Amos E., Samuel, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 15, 1846. 269. Rebecca E., born lOmo. 
21, 184T ; died lOmo. 14, 1862. 

2T0. Anna R., born 9mo. 29, 1852. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 93 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of Charles and (170) Leah (Whitson) Smith. 

271. Mary Elizabeth, (Leah C Samuel, Hannah, Moses, Be- 
becca, Isaac, Anthony/) born 8mo. 3, 1843; married John S. Pear- 
son 3rao. 7, 1867. They have two children. 

272. Rachel Anx, born 5mo. 8, 1845; died 4nio. 2, 1872. 

273. Alfred, born 3mo. 20, 1847. 274. Anna K., born 3mo. 
29, 1850. 275. Elmira, born 4mo. 19, 1855; died 6mo. 29, 1856. 
276. Charles Edwin, born 2mo. 3, 1859. 

277. Ellen Jane, born Imo. 19. 1862; died 4mo. 4, 1867. 



Children of Joseph Jones and (171) Rachel M. (Whitson) 

McFadgen. 

278. Elizabeth J., {Bachel M., Samuel, Hannah, Hoses, Bebecca^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 9, 1856. 270. Sarah Rebecca, born 
Cino. 19, 1858. 

280. Phebe Ann, born llmo. 18, 1859. 281. Cyrus W., born 
7mo. 27, 1866. 

Children of (172) Thomas H. and Phebe P. (Cooper) 

\Vhitson. 

282. S AR All, ( Thomas H Samuel, Hannah, Moses, Bebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 26, 1857. 283. Samuel L., born 8mo. 31, 1858. 

284. Mary, born 3mo. 7, 1860. 285. Joseph P., born llmo. 10, 
1861. 286. Benjamin F., born 9mo. 24, 1867. 



Children of (173) William and E. C. (Fulton) Whitson. 

287. Anna, {William, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Bebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 22, 1840; married William T. Miller 5mo. 
12, 1870. They have fonr children. 288. Elva, born 3mo. 3, 1842 ; 
married Pierson Matthews 12mo. 31, 1869. They had two children. 

289. LoRETTo, born 3mo. 9, 1844; married Joseph Sharp 12mo. 
31, 1869. They had three children. 290. Zurima, born lOmo. 17, 
1848; died 4mo. 24, 1851. 291. Wilzu, born 7mo. 10, 1852. 

292. Mary, born 3mo. 1, 1858. 293. Adell, born 3mo. 1. 1858. 
294. Viola, born 8mo. 5, 1860. 295. Mercer, born 6mu. 6, 1865 ; 
died 12mo. 28, 1865. 



1)4 EIGHT n GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Stay-r. 

Children of (174) George and Elizabeth (Pownell) Whitson. 

296. Phebe, (George, Micah, Hannah, Moses, liebecca, Isaac, 
Anthon I/) horn 3mo. 14, 1843; married Marshall Chambers 11 mo. 
20, 1862. They have three children. 

29T. Mary, born 4mo. 30, 1S45 ; died Smo. 5, 1845. 298. Susan, 
born 5mo. 1, 1846; married Edwin Chambers 12mo. 27, 1867. 
They have two children. 

299. Mary Esther, born 3mo. 13, 1857. 



Children of Leah W. and (175) Elizabeth (Whitson) Gause. 

300. Whitson, (Elizabeth, 3Iicah, Hannah, Hoses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 14, 1845; married Mary R. Walton llmo. 18, 
1869. They have two children. 301. Esther, born Imo. 4, 1849 ; 
married Jacob H. Backman llmo. 7, 1871. Jacob died 9mo. 7, 
1872. They had one child. 

302. Lucretia, born llmo. 9, 1851 ; died 5mo. 27, 1863. 

303. Matilda, born 7mo. 2, 1855; died lOmo. 12, 1855. 
304 Charles, born 6mo. 10. 1858 ; died 6mo. 13, 1863. 
305. Hannah, born 2mo. 4, 1869. 



Children of (176) Mercer and Matilda ( Moore ' Whitson. 

306. Henry, (Mercer, 3Iicah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, laaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 3, 1853; died 7mo. 1. 1854. 307. Emma, born 
lOmo., 31, 1858. 308. Mary H., born llmo. 12, 1860. 



Children of Harding and (177) Hannah (Whitson; Gilbert. 

309. John Y., (Hannah, Micah, Hannah, 3Ioses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 6mo. 27, 1850 ; married Letitia Smith lOmo. 6, 1871. 
John Y., died Smo. 14, 1872. They had one child. 

310. Mary, born 2mo. 3, 1852. 311. George W., bom 12mo. 28, 
1854; deceased. 312. Amos, born 7mo. 7, 1858. 313. Edwin M., 
l)orn Smo. 9, 1861. 314. Hugh W., born 7mo. 22, 1867. 

815. Joseph, born 2mo. 19, 1870. 



EIOnTH GENERATION. 95 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Child of (178; Joseph H. and Emma (Zimmerman) Whitson. 

316. Jessie L. (Joseph H. 3Iicah, Hannah, Hoses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 31, 18G3. 



Children of Jeremiah and (J TO) Mary P. (Whitson) Cooper. 

311. Howard B, (Mary P., Micah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 12, 1856. 318. Elwood, born 12mo. 2, 1857. 
319. Sarah, born 9mo. 25, 1859. 

320. AsHTON T., born 9mo. 30, 1861 ; died 2mo. 22, 1862. 

321. George W., born 4rao. 21, 1865. 



Children of William and (180) Ann (Whitson) Haslan. 

322. Catharine, (Ann, Thomas, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 19, 1858. 323. Elizabeth, born 2mo. 25, 1861. 



Children of Cyrus and (182) Rebecca (Whitson) Brinton. 

324. Francis W., (Rebecca, Thomas, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 2, 1857. 325. Thomas Luther, born 
9mo. 27, 1860. 

326. William Haslan, born 3mo. 24, 1864. 327. Anna H.,bom 
2mo. 23, 1867. 328. 'Martha Alice, born 12mo. 30, 1873. 



Child of Charles Burleigh and (ls4) Sarah Jane (Whitson) 

Hambleton. 

329. Alice, (Sarah Jane, Thomas, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 6, 1876. 



Children of (186) Theodore and Eliza (Rakestraw) Whitson. 

330. Sumner, ( Theodore, Thomas, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 30, 1866. 331. Martha, born 6mo. 23, 1868. 
332. Edward, born 3mo. 23, 1870 ; died 6mo. 13, 1871, 

333. Henry, born 4mo. 2, 1872. 



9(3 EIGHTH GEXERATIny. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Eebecca {Jackson) Slarr. 

Children of (187) Thomas and Ann (Pyle) Whitson. 

334. Hannah, (Thomas. Thoinas, Hannah, Jloses. liebecca, I.<aar, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 18, 1809. 335. Alice, Itorn lOnio. 7. 1870. 

336. Jane, born llmo. Is. 1^74. 

Children of Samuel P. and (1n8) Mary (Whitson) Baily. 

337. Emily W., (Mary, Mo.<es, Hannah^ Moses, Behe<ca, IsaaCy 
Anthony) born lOmo. 8. 1856. 338. Anna W., born '.irao. s, 1858. 
339. Elizabeth T., born lOmo. 1, 1^00; .liod '2mo. II. 1^63. 

340. Sophie, bom 8mo. 31, ls62. 341. Mary E.. born Imo. 9. 
1870. 342. Bertha M., born 4ino. 2^, ls7-2. 

343. William W., born Imo. 25. 1^74. 

Children of (18'.i) Jacob T. and Mary B. (Russell) Whitson. | 

344. Russell T., (Jacob T., Moses. Hannah, Moses. Bebecca, 
Isaac. Anthony) born 12mo. 26, 1S63. 345. Charles S., born 3mo. 

16, 1866. j 

346. Emily E.,born 8mo. 29, 1869. 347. Horace (i., born 12uio. 
9, 1872. 

Child of David and (190) Anna M. (\Vhitson) Hood. 

348. Mary, (Anyia M.. 3Ioses, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 18, 1873. 



Children of (191) Moses and Mary C. (Gehrj Whitson. 

349. Olive, (Moses, Moses, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 5mo. 16, 1873; died 7mo. 19, 1873. 

350. Kaolin L., born 5mo. 18, 1875. 



Child of (194) Jeremiah Starr and Eliza (Houston; Moore. 

351. Thomas H., (Jeremiah S., Hannah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 1, 1S73. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 97 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (195) Thomas A. and Eliza (Kellyj Moore. 

352. Arthur Kelly, ( Thomas A., Hannah., Hannah. Moses. Re- 
becca, [saac, Anthony) horn 12ino. 20, 1867. 353. Ella Gertrude, 
born -Imo. 8, 1870. 354. Clinton Thomas Whitson, born Imo. 
19, 1872. 355. Charles Starr, born lOmo. 3. 1873. 



Children of Abraham L. and (197) Hanna (Whitson; Jackson. 

356. Elmer, (Hanna, Jeremiah, Hannah, Hoses, Rebecca, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmc, 1861; died llmo., 1861. 357. Oscar, born 
Tmo. 3, 1863 ; died 6mo., 1869. 358. Minnie, born lOmo., 1868. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



Children of John M. and (203) Ann E. (Moore ) Maxwell. 

359. Robert M., (Ann E., Robert, Ann. Ann. Anne, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 29, 1865. 360. Sadie H., born 12mo. 
26, 1866. 

Children of (204) Nathan A. and Ann (Gilbert) Moore. 

361. Thomas G., (Nathan A., Robert, Ann, Ann. Anne. Rebecca 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 29, 1874. 362. Robert P., born 5mo. 
24, 1876. 

Children of (235) Aaron Brackin and Mary (Rice) Starr. 

363. George Matthews, (Aaron. Imiah J., Moses, Jeremiahj 
Moses, Rebecca, Isaac. Anthony) born lOmo. 22, 1868. 

364. Winfield Sharpe, bom 2mo. 20, 1870. 365. Mary Rice, 
bom llmo. 27, 1871. 366. Elizabeth Holloway, born 2mo. 16, 

1874. 

Children of (236) Moses and Mary Ann (Knott) Starr. 

367. Anna Virginia, {2Ioses, Isaiah J., Moses, Jeremiah, Moses, 
Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) bom 3mo. 12, 1869. 368. Harry Bene- 
dict, born 8mo. 4, 1870. 369. Xellie Grant, born 8mo. 20, 1872. 



98 NINTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca {Jackson) Starr. 

Children of Lewis E, and (238) Adaline Lefeore (Starr) Todd. 

370. Frank, {Adaline Lefeore., Isaiah J., Moses., Jeremiah, Moses, 
Beberra, haac, Anthomj) horn 12mo, 19, 1868. Residence, Ma- 
coupin Co., Illinois. 

Children of John S. and (2T1 ) Mary Elizabeth (Smith) 

Pearson. 

371. Mary A., {Mary Elizabeth, Leah C, Samuel, Hannah, 
Moses, Rebecca, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 29, 1867. 

372. Edward L., born 2mo. 5, 1871 , died 8mo. 19, ls7:'>. 



Children of William T. and (2«7) Anna (Whitson) Miller. 

373. Willie W., {Anna, William, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 26, 1871. 374. George H., born 3mo. 
30, 1873. 375. Anna M., born 3mo. 30, 1873. 

376, Elva, born 8mo. 2. 187r). 



Children of Joseph and (289) Loretto (Whitson) Sharp. 

377. Clara, (Loretto, William, Micah, Hannah, 3Ioses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 20, 1870. 378. William, born 4mo. 12, 
1872. 379. Adell, born 8mo. 2, 1874. 



Children of Marshall and (296) Phebe (Whitson) Chambers. 

380. Elizabeth W., {Phebe, George, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Re- 
becca, Isaac, Anthony) born lOrao. 26, 1863. 381. Susanna, bora 
.•'.mo. 18, 18(;6. 382. George C, born 9mo. 2, 1873. 



Children of Edwin and (298) Susan (Whitson) Chambers. 

383. Carrie W., (Susan, George, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Re- 
hecna, Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 27, 1868. 384. Mary P., born 
9mo. 21, 1869. 



NINTE GENERATIOX. 99 

Descendants of Jeremiah and (3) Rebecca (Jackson) Starr. 

Children of (300) Whitson and Mary R. (Walton) Gause. 

385. EvA,(Whitson, Elizabeth, MicaJi, Hannah, iVoses, Rebecca^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 27, 1874. 386. Annie, liorn lOmo. 24 

1875. ' 



Child of Jacob H. and (301) Esther (Gause ) Backman. 

387. Jacob H., (Esther, Elizabeth, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Re- 
becca, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 7, 1872. 



Child of (309) John V. and Letitia (Smith) Gilbert. 

388. Mary, (John V., Hannah, Micah, Hannah, Moses, Rebecca, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 19, 1872. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



Children of (4) Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

389. Anne, (Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 10, 1722; 
married William White, The^" had six children. 390. Isaac, born 
7mo. 13, 1723; married Sarah, daughter of Samuel Watson. Tlie}"- 
had four children. Isaac lived at Coolegegan. and afterwards at 
Ruthangan, where he died 4mo. 9. 1807. 391. Hannah, born 7mo. 
28, 1725 ; married Joseph Boardman. They had eight children. 
392. Joseph, born 7mo. 24, 1727 ; married Mary Fennel. They 
had six children. 393. Elizabeth, born 7mo. 18, 1729; married 
James Barnes. They bad six children. 

394. Thomas, born 2mo. 27, 1732 ; married Eliza, daughter of 
Samuel Pearson. The}' had one child. He married (2d) Bridget,* 
daughter of Anthony Robinson, in 1782, They had four children. 
Thomas died at Edenderry, 2mo. 15, 1798. Bridget died 181(5. 
395. Mary, born 8mo. 27, 1734 ; died lOmo. 19, 1760. 

*A granddaughter writes that her name was Biddy, not Bridget. 



100 FOURTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mary {Boardman) Jackson. 

396. William, bom 9mo. 29, 1737 ; married 9mo. 1759, to Sarah, 
only surviving child of Daniel Cowman. Sarah died in Dublin, 3mo. 
28, 1814. William lived in Dublin until the year 1817, when he 
removed to live with his daughter, at Komhill, where he died in 
7 mo. 1823. 

Daniel Cowman was the son of IVIatthew and Jane Cowman, of Hubbs- 
gills, which is near Whitehaven, England. Daniel served bis apprenticeship 
in Dublin, where he married Mary, daughter of William and Sarah Brook- 
field, which Sarah was daughter of Philip Burnyeat, who was brother of 
John Burnyeat. 

.John Burnyeat was one of the earliest of the people called Quakers. Tie was 
born at Crabtreebeck, in the Parish of Lows water, Cumberland, of good and 
respectable parents — became convinced of the Quaker principles in IGoiJ, and 
belonged to Pardsay Meeting in Cumberland, whence he moved to Ireland, 
where he married, and settled in Dublin. He traveled and preached the 
Gospel in Ireland, England, Scotland, Barbadoes and many other parts 
through North America. He was born in 1G31 ; died 7mo. 11, 1690. Sarah, 
daughter of Philip Burnyeat, mairied Peter Fletcher, of Dublin, a public 
Friend, by whom she had one daughter, named Sarah, who married .Joseph 
Inman. Sarah married (2d) to William Brookfield, of Dublin, a public 
Friend. Joseph and Sarah Inman had a son, Josej)h, who married Kulh 
Hoop, and died without issue. 

William and Sarah Brookfield had three children, viz : 

EiJZABETH, married Samuel Russell ; had one son and one daughter, who 
married William Lapham. 

Samuel, married Ann Forbes; had one son and one daughter, who married 
Dr. Fothergill, of London. 

Mary, married Daniel Cowman; had a daughter, Sarah, who married 
William Jackson, and left one daughter. [This account is derived from the 
"Chart" giving a Genealogy of the Jackson family from their arrival in 
Ireland, prepared by T. Greer, Jr., in 1824, and re-copied by William S. 
White, in 1839. ] 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of William and (389) Anne (Jacksonj White. 

397. John, {Anae^ Thomas., Isaac, Antfwny) married Eliza 
Mauley. 398. Thomas, married Mary Cherry. 399. Joseph, died 
unmarried. 400. Eliza, married Samuel Gatchel. 401. William, 
died unmarried. 402. Mary, married William Morris. 



FIFTH GENERATION. lOi 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Marxj (Boardman) Jackson. 

Children of (390) Isaac and Sarah (Watson) Jackson. 

403. Mary, (Isaac, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married Tliomas 
son of William and Mary Atmore, of Philadelphia. Their marriage 
was accomplished at Londongrove Meeting, Chester County, Pa. 
Imo. 6, 1785 ; Mary having come over to America in 1770, her 
parents then residing in King's County, Province of Leinster, 
Ireland. They had three children. 404. Ann, married John Gatchel, 

405. Hannah, married Conner. 406. Thomas, died in his 

22d or 23d year. He was shot by the rebels, at Ruthangan, in 
1790. 



Children of Joseph and (391) Hannah (Jackson) Boardman. 

407. Joseph, (Hannah, Thomas, Isaac, Anlhonij) married Mary 
Atkinson. 408. Thomas, married Eleanor Greer. 409. John, 
married Hannah Metcalf, married (2d) Mary Hanks. 410. Robert, 

married Rachel Bewley. 411. Samuel, married Robinson. 

412. Isaac, married S. Atkinson. 413. Mary, married Thomas 
Fayle. 414. Eliza, married Joseph Hanks. 



Children of (392) Joseph and Mary (Fennel) Jackson. 

415. Thomas, {Joseph. Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married Rachel 
Malcomson. 416. Elizabeth, lived at Tencurry, "the old place ;" 
died (unmarried) 1819. 417. Abraham, born 1762; married Anne, 
daughter of John and Sarah Broadhead, of Yorkshire, England, in 
1800. Abraham died lOmo. 7, 1832. Anne died (without issue) 
in 1812. She was a minister in the Societ}' of Friends, and the 
Monthly Meeting in the County of Tipperary, of which she had been 
a member, gave forth the following testimony' : 

Respecting the early part of her life, we kaow not much account, but suf- 
ficient to induce us to believe that she was concerned to remember her 
Creator in the days of her youth. Her removal into this country was about 
the thirtieth year of her age, to assist a Friend who was religiously concerned 
to establish a female boarding school, within the compass of this meeting, in 
which capacity there is good cause to believe she faithfully and conscien- 
tiously discharged her duty; and about this time she first came forth in the 
work of the ministry: her appearances wherein, were sound and edifying. 
She did not travel much in the work of the ministry, but was at times engaged 
in visiting the families of Friends, and was concerned diHgeutly to attend 



103 FITFH QENEBATION. 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

both the particular and general meetings to wliich she belonged, and in them 
to dig, as the princes formerly, with their staves for the arising of the Well 
of Life. 

In the year 1800, she entered into marriage with our friend, Abraham 
Jackson, and from about two years after that period to the time of her 
decease, labored under very trying indisposition of body which prevented her 
attendance of meetings, yet we trust her life was hid with Christ in God, and 
that her supplies weie drawn from that source, evidenced in being her sup- 
port and enduing her with patience and resignation under great suffer- 
ing. She was preserved from murmuring, saying at times, it was right she 
should be so atHicted, from a sense of her not having fully come up in faithful- 
ness to what was made known in days past to be the Divine will concerning 
her. Her bodily strength gradually decayed, but her mental faculties re- 
mained clear to the last, and it appeared towards the close, as if she had noth- 
ing to do but to die. She gently departed this life the 29th of 4th mo., 1812, 
in the fifty-sixth year of her age, and was interred in Friends' burying- 
ground, at Ballybrado, on the 6th of 5th mo. Given forth by our Monthly 
Meeting for County Tipperary, held in Clonmel, the 1st of 10th mo., 1812, and 
in and on behalf thereof, signed by about fifty men and women Friends. 

Abraham Jackson's second wife was Barbara Plaistead, a Welsh 
woman, of Lanmace, about thirty-six j'ears of age at the time of 
her marriage — had joined the Society of Friends by convinccment 
and been a member about two years. No issue. A letter from her 
sister, Hannah S. Jacob, to her cousin, W. J., of Londongrove, Pa., 
dated Clonmel, Omo. 18, 181*7, gives the following information: 
" Our dear brother, Abraham Jackson, is taken from us by matri- 
mony, his wife being one of the few Friends that came in by con- 
vinccment, and has made a little settlement near Cowbridcre, in 
South Wales ; they are seventeen miles from meeting, but sit down,, 
eleven in number, two days in the week." 

418. Mary, married John Walpole ; she died in 1811, leaving^ 
three children. 419. Joseph, married Sarah Millar; he died of an 
" infectious fever" in 1813. They had two children. 

420. Hannah, married Samuel Jacob ; they had six children. 



Children of James and (393) Elizabeth (Jackson) Barnes. 

421. Thomas, (Elizabeth, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married Eliza 
Lynge. 4-22. Jonathan, married Susan Rest. 423. John, married 
Deborah Atkinson. 424. Joseph, married Martha Walpole. 

425. Isaac, married Mary Cherry. 420 William, married 
Mary Bealey. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 103 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

Child of (394) Thomas and Eliza (Pearson) Jackson. 

427. Thomas, ( T/iowas, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married Sail)- 
Milner. 



Children of (394) Thomas and Bridget (Robinson) Jackson. 

428. Anthony. (Thomas, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Margaret Pirn, of Water ford, in 
1805. He died in 1859, about seventy-six years of age. They had 
seven children. 429. Mary, born 1784; married William Garrat, 
of Belfast ; she died in 1871, and left one son and three daughters, 

' 7 

now living, some of whom are married. Their names not obtained. 

430. Margaret, born 12mo. 24, 1786; died (unmarried) in 1822. 

431. Ann, born 1795; died (unmarried) in 1858. 



Children of (396) William and Sarah (Cowman) Jackson. 

432. Mary, ( William, Thomas. Isaac, Anthony) died in her 16th 
year. 433. Elizabeth, married in her 18th year, 1787, to Thomas 
Greer, of Rhomhill, County Tyrone, Ireland. She died in 1864, 
in the 95th year of her age. They had twelve children, two of 
whom (sons) died in infancy. 



SIXTH GEXERATIOX. 



Children of Thomas and (403) Mary (Jackson) Atmore. 

434. Hannah, (Mary. Isaac, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) married 
Isaac T. Hopper, son of Levi and Rachel Tatem Hopper, of Wood- 
bury, Xew Jersey. He was bom 12mo. 3, 1771, and in 1793 became 
a member of the Society of Friends. His first wife was Sarah 
Tatem, a distant relative of his mother; she was born in 177<), and 
they were married 9mo. 18, 1795 ; she died 6mo. 18, 1822. His mar- 
riage with Hannah Atmore was accomplished at Pine Street Meet- 
ing, Philadelphia, 2mo. 4, 1824. Isaac T. died 5rao. 7, 1852, and 
was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. Among the 



104 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

various testimonials of those who for a long time had been inti- 
mately associated with him in works of benevolence and philan- 
thropy, a recital of the following is deemed appropriate : " He has 
iiniformly displayed a character remarkable for its disinterested- 
ness, energy, fearlessness and Christian principle, in eveiy good 
work." Isaac T. and Hannah had four children. 

4o5. Sarah, died aged 9 years. 436. Isaac, died aged 4 years. 



Children of John and (404) Ann (Jackson) Gatchel. 

43'7. Isaac, (Ann, Isaac, Thomas, Isaac, Anlhomj). 438. Sarah, 
married 1810-11 to William, son of Joseph Garrett, (dec.) of Cork. 
She died about one year after marriage. 



Children of John and (418) Mary (Jackson) Walpole. 

439. William, {Mary, Isaac, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony.) 

440. Mary. 441. Sarah, born 3mo., 1804, 
442. Samuel Jacob, born 1809 ; died in infancy. 



Children of (419) Joseph and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

443. Mary, (Joseph, Joseph, Thovias, Isaac, Anthony). 

444. William. 



Children of Samuel and (420) Hannah (Jackson) Jacob. 

445. Joseph, (Hannah, Josej)h, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) born 
1 800. His mother, in a letter to W. J., of Londongrove, Pa., re- 
marked, that '• at the age of eleven years he bad read through the 
English and Grecian Histories." 

44G. Joshua. 447. Samuel, born 6mo. 25, 1803, at Clonmel. 

448. William, born 3rao. 5, 1806. 449. Thomas Jackson, born 
Urao., 1807. 450. Mary, born 1809; when eight years of age, ac- 
cording to her mother's account, she was " reading the Bible through 
a second time." 



SIXTH GENERATION. 105 

Desceiidants of (4) Thomas and Mary {Boardman) Jackson. 

Children of (-128) Anthony and Elizabeth (Pirn) Jackson. 

451. Thomas, (Anthony, Thomas, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) boru 
1808 ; married 1835 to Lydia Xewsom Ridgway, daughter of George 
Penrose Ridgway, and settled iu Belfast. Ireland. The}' have six 
children. 

452. Samuel Pim, born 1811 ; removed to Sistou. Gloucester- 
shire; married in 1832 Sarah Birkett Hudson, daughter of Robert 
and Elizabeth Hudson, of Dublin. They settled at Bristol, Eng- 
land. They had seven children. 

453. Margaret Penrose, married iu 1838, Thomas Barnes, of 
Waterford. 

454. Elizabeth, died 1874, (unmarried). 455. Joh\ Pim, born 
1815; removed to Belfast; married 1839 or 40 to Sarah, daughter 
of Thomas and Sarah Bell, of Belfast. John P. died in 1847. They 
had three children. 

456. Anne, residence Bristol. Eng. 457. Christiana, residence 
Bristol, Eng. 



Children of Thomas and (4 33) Elizabeth (Jackson) Greer. 

458. Sarah. (Elizabeth, William, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony) born 
1789 ; married Hugh White, of Dublin, in 1820. She died in ISC.O, 
leaving two sons, also a daughter that died young. Sarah was an 
'•acknowledged minister" in the Society of Friends by Dublin 
Monthly Meeting in 1827. 

459. Thomas, born 1791; married Minee Usher in 182*;. He 
died 1870. Thej' had five children. Xames not ascertained. 

460. Mary, born 1793 ; married Thomas Winslow Manly in 1S17. 
She died 1830. leaving seven children, (all deceased). Xames not 
obtained. 

461. Elizabeth, born 1795 ; married George Thomas, of Bristol, 
in 1831. 462.7W1LLIAM Jackson, born 1797 ; married Margaret 
Usher. He died 1842. leaving six children. Names not obtained. 
463. John Robert, born 1800: married 1829 to Sarali Dinah 
Strangman (authoress of '-Quakerism, or Story of my Life"). 
John R. died 1873. They had six children. Xo names given. 

464. Caroline, born 1802 : married William Ridgway, of Bristol, 
They had a son and daughter. Xames not ascertained. 



106 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

465. Alfred, born 1805; married Helena Carroll, of Cork, Ire- 
land. They had five sons. His second wife was Peggy Colthurst, by 
whom he liad one daughter. Names of his children not ascertained. 

466. Louisa Jane, born 1808 ; married Joseph Rake, of Bristol, 
18.3t. They had four children (two boys and two girls). Names 
not given. 

467. Priscilla Sophia, born 1816 ; died 1832. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of Isaac T. and (434) Hannah (Atmore) Hopper. 

468. Isaac, {Hannah.^ Jlary. Isaacs Thomas, Isaac, Anthony,) 

married Mary, daughter of . Residence in Missouri. Three 

children. 

469. Mary, married Edwin A., son of Daniel and Phebe Hop- 
kins, lOmo. 5, 1858. They have four children. Residence, Glen- 
cove, Long Island. 

470. Thomas, born ; died at the age of 3 years. 

471. Hannah, born ; died at the age of 2 j^ears. 



Children (451) of Thomas and Lydia Newsom (Ridgway) 

Jackson. 

472. Georgianna Eliza, ( Thomas, Anthony, Thomas, Thomas., 
Isaac, Anthony) married Thomas M. Greives in 1859. 

473. Elizabeth Pim, married John Greives in 1857. 

474. Anthony Thomas, married Elizabeth Greer Greives, 
daughter of Thomas and Rachel, of Bernagh, County Tyrone, in 
1870. They had six children. 

475. William Ridgway, married Elizabeth Uprichard, daughter 
of William and Hannah Maria Uprichard, of Bann Vale, County 
Down, 1800. They had seven children. 

476. IjYDIa, married Frederick George Buckingham in 1873. 

477. GiLUERTiNA Newsom. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. lOT 

Descendants of (4) Thomas and Mai^y {Boardman) Jackson. 

Children of (452) Samuel Pirn and Sarah Birkett (Hudson) 

Jackson. 

478. Elizabeth Sa-rar (Samuel Pirn, Anthony, Thomas, Thomas, 
Isaac, Anthony) married George, son of Isaac and Anne Reckitt 
1859. 4V9. Samuel Pim, married Emma Louisa Dodsbon (nee 
Barnes, daugliter of Thomas and M. P. Barnes, Waterford) 1874. 
They have two children. 

480. Charlotte, married Walter Manser, son of James Poulter 
and Elizabeth Manser, Hoddesdou, Herts*, 1867. 

481. Albert, married Maria Knott, daughter of George and 
Knott, London, 1868. 

482. George Frederick, died 1842, aged about two months. 

483. John Pim. 484. Octavia, died aged about three months. 



Children of (455) John Pim and Sarah (Bell) Jackson. 

485. Sarabella, (John Pim, Anthony, Thomas. Thomas, Isaacy 
Anthony) married James Malcomson, 1865. 

486. Antoinette Eliza, married John Marsh in 1873. 

487. Susan Matilda, died (unmarried) in 1870. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of (468) Isaac and Mary ( ) Hopper. 

488. Isaac T. (Isaac, Hannah, Mary, Isaac, Thomas, Isaac, An- 
thony) born about 1858. 489. Hannah, born about 1861. 
490. Fanny, born 1868; died 3mo. 1875. 



Children of Edwin A. and (469) Mary (Hopper) Hopkms. 

491. Mary Atmore, (Mary, Hannah, Mary, Isaac, Thomax^ 
Isaac, A ntho7iy) horn llmo. 27, 1861. 492. Milton, born 7mo. 5, 
1863. 493. Elizabeth, born 4mo. 4, 1865. 

494. Julia Gibbons, born 5mo, 4, 1868. 

*An abbreviation of Hertfordshire. 



108 EIOUTH OENERATION. 

Descendants of (4) Thomas aud Mary (Boardman) Jackson. 

Children of (4U) Anthony Thomas and Elizabeth Greer 

(Greives) Jackson. 

495. LiLLiE, {Anthony Thomas, Thomas, Anthony, Thomas, 
Thomas, Isaac, Anthony). 

496. Rachel Greives. 497. Thomas. 498. Newsom. 
499. Percival. 500. Anthony. 501. Oswald Egbert. 



Children of (475) William Ridgway and Elizabeth 
(Uprichard) Jackson. 
502. Hannah Maria Uprichard, ( William Ridgway, Thomas, 
Anthony, Thomas, Thomas, Isaac, Anthony,) 503. Newsom. 
504. Mary Margaret Uprichard. 505. William Uprichard. 
506. Elizabeth. 507. Gilbertina Newsom. 

508. Ellen Victoria. 

Children of (479) Samuel Pim and Emma Louisa (Dodshon) 

Jackson. 

509. Samuel Pim, {Samuel Pim, Samuel Pim, Anthony, Thomas, 
Thomas, Isaac, Anthony,) born 1875. 510. Margaret Emma. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

Decendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

Children of Joseph and (C>) Alice (Jackson') Gibson. 

511. Ann, (,1/ice, Isaac, Anthony) married John Clark. They re- 
niovc'fl to North Carolina where they settled. They had two children. 

512. Isaac, married Esther, daughter of John Sinkler, of West 
Cain, 3mo. 26, 1761. In 5mo., 1769, they produced at Fairfax 
Monthly Meeting, Virginia, from Bradford Monthl}^ Meeting, a 
certificate for themselves and their children, William, Joseph and 
Moses, dated 3mo. 17, 17li!». 

513. Thomas, married Ann . The records of New Garden 

Monthly Meeting show that Thomas was disowned 12mo. 4, 1762, 



FO UR TH GENERA TION. 1 09 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice (Jackson) Gibson. 

for marriage "by a priest," to one not a member, and that he made 
application 9mo., ITTO, to become again a member of that meetino- 
His request in the proper time was granted, and Ann, his wife, was 
received into membership 4mo., 1*776. In the Sixth month follow- 
ing, they produced at Fairfax Monthly Meeting, a certificate of re- 
moval for themselves and their minor children, namely, David 
Sarah, Rebecca, Abner and Eli. They had six children, the name 
of the oldest not ascertained. 

514. Joseph, married Phebe McNabb, in n64.(?) Having 
married by a " priest " and after acknowledging the error of accom 
plishing their marriage contrary to the order of Friends, a certifi- 
cate of removal was granted 2mo. 13, 1707, to Fairfax Monthl}' 
Meeting, Va. They had eight children. 

515. Rebecca, married Isaac Nichols, Sr., 1768 ; no children. 

516. John, married Ruth Janney, Imo., 1776. They had two 
children. He married (2d) Betsy Pryor. They had six children. 

517. .James, married Mary Hatcher, Imo. 1769; they had three 
children. It is recorded in the Minutes of Fairfax Monthly Meet- 
ing, that John and James Gibson produced at that meeting a certi- 
ficate of removal from Bradford, dated 5mo. 13, 1768. 

518. Moses, married Lydia Leonard, 2mo., 1775. They had 
twelve children. 519. William?* 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of John and (511) Ann (Gibson) Clark. 

520. Isaac, (Ann, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) married ; had eight 

children, but no record of them obtained. 521. Alice. 



Children of (512) Isaac and Esther (Sinkler) Gibson. 

522. Joseph, (Isaac, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) died, unmarried. 

523. William, married Wynn. They had four daugiiters, 

names of two only obtained. 524. Moses, married Betsy Wynn. 

*Name given on list by John Jackson, previously referred to. 



110 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

They had four children. 525. Isaac, married Peyton. No 

children. 526. Samuel, died unmarried. 527. Alice, married 
John Logan; they had three children. 528. Betsy, married James 
Bowles; had six children. 520. Rachel, married John or Thomas 
Hicks. One child named Kimble. 



Children of (513) Thomas and Ann ( ■) Gibson. 

530. David, ( Thomas, Alice. Isaac, Anthony) married Nancy 

Smith. No children. 531. Abner, married Smith. They 

iiad four children. Lived in Middleburg, Loudon County, Va. 

532. Eli, died unmarried. 533. Levi, married Majors. 

They had four children. 534. Sarah, married James Hixson ; two 
children. 535. Rebecca, married Daniel Vernon, of Penn'a. No 
children. They both died in 1825. in Loudon County, Va., each 
having attained to nearly eighty years of age. 



Children of (514j Joseph and Phebe (McNabb) Gibson. 

536. Esther, (Joseph. Alice, Isaac, Anthony) married John 
Smith. They had three children. 537. Miriam, married Jonah 
Taverner. No children. 538. John, married Rachel Fredd. They 

had eleven children. 530. George, married ; removed to the 

West. 540. Mary, married Isaac Nichols. They had seven child- 
ren. 541. Hannah, married Benjamin Brooke. They had seven 
children. 542. Phebe, married John Gregg. They had four child- 
ren. 543. Rebecca, died unmarried. 



Children of (516) John and Ruth (Janney) Gibson. 

544. Amos, (John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) born (in Virginia) 6mo. 
11, 1779; married (9mo. 29, 1810, at Redstone. Pa.,) Hannah, 
daughter of Robert and Cassandra Miller, of Brownsville, Pa. 
Hannah born 4mo. 26, 1787 ; died llmo. 8, 1845. Amos died 2mo. 
18, 1842. They had nine children. Amos and Hannah, soon after 
their marriage, settled in Loudon County, Virginia, and remained 
till 1826, when they removed to Brownsville. 

545. Mary, born ; married Elisha Janney. They had 

eleven cliildren. 



FIFTH GENERATION. Ill 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice (Jackson) Gibson. 

Children of (516) John and (2d wife) Betsy (Pryor) Gibson. 

546. Israel, (Jolvi, Alice. Isaac, Anthony) married Alice Carter. 
Nine children. 547. Mahlon, married Norali Bruce ; nine children. 
548. Tacy, married John Fletcher ; three children. 549. Emily, 

married David Brown. 550. Alice, married ; she was second 

wife of David Brown. 551. Rebecca, married Samuel Peach. 
They had two children. 



Children of (517) James and Mary (Hatcher) Gibson. 

552. William, (James, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) unmarried. 
558. Solomon, married. 554. Nancy. 



Children of (518) Moses and Lydia (Leonard; Gibson. 

555. Aaron, (3foses. Alice. Isaac, Isaac, Anthony). 

556. Jonathan. 557. Jeremiah. 558. Evi. 559. IIeber. 
560. Joseph, married Rachel Shoemaker. They had four chikl- 

ren. 561. Ruth, married Fleming. They had five children. 

562. Dinah, married Fleming — had a family of children. 

563. Rebecca, unmarried. 564. Susan, unmarried. 

565. Jesse, married— had a family. 566. Rachel, unmarried. 



SIXTH GEXERATION. 



Children of (523j William and (Wynn) Gibson. 

566^. Betsey, ( William, Isaac, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 
56t. Alvira. 



Children of (524) Moses and Betsey (Wynn) Gibson. 

668. Minor, (Moses, Isaac, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 
569. Alpheus. 570. Moses. 571. Alcinda. 



113 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

Children of John and (52t) Ahce (Gibson) Logan. 

572. Alfred, (Ahce, Isaac, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

573. Samuel. 574. John. 



Children of James and (528) Betsey (Gibson) Bowles. 

575, Samuel, (Betsey, Isaac, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

576. Rachel. 577. Isaac. 578. William. 579. David. 
580. Alcinda. 



Children of (531) Abner and (Smith) Gibson. 

581. Thomas, (Abner, Thomas, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

582. Ann. 583. Marshall. 584. Isabella. 



Children of (533) Levi and (Majors) Gibson. 

585. Richard, (Levi. Thomas, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

586. Seldon. 587. Susanna. 588. Julieb. 



Children of James and (534) Sarah (Gibson) Hixson. 

589. Nancy, (Sarah, Thomas, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

590. Rebecca. 



Children of John and (536) Esther (Gibson) Smith. 

591. J os'EFB, (Esther, Joseph, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 592. John. 
593. Thomas. 



Children of (538) John and Rachel (Fredd) Gibson. 

594. SiDnu'EY, (Johri, Joseph^ Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 595. Joseph. 
596. Nelson. 597. Phebe. 598. Samuel. 599. George. 
600. Jackson. 601. Sally. 602. Phineas. 603. Joshua. 
604. Manly. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 113 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

Children of Isaac and (540) Mary (Gibson) Nichols. 

605. Joshua, {JIary, Joseph, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

606. Mariam. 607. Joseph. 608. Lydia. 609. William. 
610. Sarah. 611. Phebe. 



Children of Benjamin and (541) Hannah (Gibson) Brooke. 

612. George, (Hannah, Joseph, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

613. Nancy. BU. Benjamin. 615. Peter. tjKj. Phebe. 
611. Mariam. 618. Betsey. 



Children of John and (542) Phebe (Gibson) Gregg. 

619. George, (Fhebe, Joseph, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 620. John. 
621. Joseph. 622. William. 



Children of (544) Amos and Hannah (Miller) Gibson. 

623. John, (Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 28, 
1811; married Rebecca, daughter of William and Hannah Glover, 
of Evesham, N". J., 5mo. 10, 1837, at Redstone, Pa. They have 
eight children. John removed to Columbiana County, Ohio, in 
1848, but now resides near Alliance, Stark County, Ohio. 

624. Ruth, born lOmo. 22, 1812; married William, son of David 
and Margaret Binns, of Brownsville, Pa., 3mo. 10, 1830. They 
had fourteen children. 625. Mary, born 4rao. 19, 1814; died 9mo. 
20, 1865. 

626. Robert, born 9mo. 3, 1815; died 9mo. 11, 1815. 

627. Mahlon, born llmo. 3, 1816 ; died 8mo. 30, 1818. 

628. Miller, born 3mo. 16, 1819; married 9mo. 21, 1842, to 
Ann P., daughter of Robert and Jemima Eyres, of West Grove, 
Harrison Co., Ohio. They had five children. Residence, near 
Mount Pleasant, Ohio. 

629. Sarah, born 4mo., 23, 1821. 

630. Cassandra, born 2mo. 23, 1823; died 2mo. 23, 1823. 

631. Amos, born Imo. 19, 1828; died 8mo. 11, 1828. 



114 SIXTH GENERATIOK. 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

Children of Elisha and (545) Mary (Gibson) Janney. 

632. Ruth, {Mary, John. Alice, Isaac. Anthony). 633. Albina. 
634. John. 635. Mary. 636. Anna. 637. James. 
638. Aquilla. 639. Cornelia. 640. Nathaniel. 641. Elisha. 
642. Charles. 



Children of (546) Israel and Alice (Carter) Gibson. 

643, Adolphus, (Israel, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

644. Emily. 645. J. Gibson. 646. Tacy. 647. Eliza. 
648. Julia Carter. 649. Albert. 650. Landon. 
651. Edward. 



Children of (547) Mahlon and Norah ( Bruce j Gibson. 

652. Mary, {Mahlon. John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 653. Mary. 
654. Martha. 655. Eliza. 656. Norah. 657. Judith. 
658. Lucy. 659. Bruce. 660. Mahlon. 661. John. 



Children of John and (548) Tacy (Gibson) Fletcher. 

662. Eliza, ( Tacy, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 663. John. 
664. Emily. 



Children of Samuel and (551) Rebecca (Gibson) Peach. 

665. Gibson {Rebecca, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 
660. Seldon. 



Children of (560) Joseph and Rachel (Shoemaker) Gibson. 

667. Clementina, {Joseph, Moses, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 

668. Webster. 669. Laura. 670. Rose. 



Children of and (561) Ruth (Gibson) Fleming. 

671. AiLSE, {Ruth, Moses, Alice, Isaac, Anthony). 672. Mary. 
673. Archibald. 674. Ly'dia. 675. Moses. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 115 

Descendants of Joseph and ((>) Alice (Jaclson) Gibson. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of (623) John and Rebecca (Glover) Gibson. 

6T6. Hannah M., (John, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 5ino. 1, 1839; married Moses Kelly, near Salem Ohio. They 
had one child. All deceased. 

677. Lydia S., born 2mo. 8, 1841. 678. Mary Ann, born 3mo. 

4, 1843, married Albert, son of and Lydia Craft, near Salem, 

Ohio, 9mo., 1866. Mary Ann died 7mo. 4, 1868, leaving one child. 

679. Amos E., born 9mo. 15, 1844; married Rebecca, daughter of 

Samuel and Tomlinson, of Trenton, Jefferson Co.. 0., 12mo. 

1873. 680. William S., born 8mo. 6, 1846; married Amelia, 
daughter of John and Duff, of Mt. Pleasant, 0. One child. 

681. John Edwin, born llmo. 28, 1849. 682. Ruthanna, born 
2mo. 22, 1852. 683. Rebecca W.. born 3mo., 29, 1855; married 
Martin Bridanstan, of Salem, 0., 8mo. 31, 1876. 



Children of William and r624) Ruth (Gibson) Binns. 

684. Gibson, {Ruth, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) born 
12mo. 10, 1830 ; married 8mo. 25, 1854, to Martha, daughter of 
Samuel and Mercy Cope, of Providence, Fayette Co., Pa. 

685. Charles, born 2mo. 19, 1832 ; died 5mo. 31, 1838. 

686. Richard, born 8mo. 28, 1834 ; married Gulielma, daughter 
of Harmon and Mary Hill, of Richmond, lud., lOmo. 18, 1855. 
Thej' have six children. Residence, Rossville, Shawnee Co., Kan. 

687. Robert, born 7mo. 26, 1835 ; died 6mo. 21, 1838. 

688. David, born 2mo. 18, 1837 ; married Esther, daughter of 
Hammond and Susan Gilbert, of Ada, Harden Co., Ohio, 7rao. 26, 
1866. They have three children. 689. Mary, born 9mo. 16, 1838. 

690. Amos, born 5mo. 17, 1840; married Rebecca, daughter of 
Charles and Sarah Armstrong, of Harrisville, Harrison Co., Ohio, 
9mo. 10, 1861. The}' had three children. Rebecca died lOmo. 13, 
1868. Amos died 12mo. 28, 1872. 691. John, born 9mo. 10, 1842 ; 
died 3mo. 12, 1864. 692. Martha, born 4mo. 13, 1844; died 9mo. 
19, 1848. 693. Thomas Clarkson, born 6mo. 23, 1846; died 3mo. 
11, 1860. 694. William Henry, born 3mo. 2, 1848. 



116 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Oibson. 

695. Hannah, born omo. 31, 1850. 096, Margaret, born 8mo. 
28, 1851; died 2mo. 24, 1866. 697. Oliver Holden, born llmo. 

1, 1857. 

Children of (628) Miller and Ann P. (Eyres) Gibson. 

698. Robert E., {Miller^ Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 9, 1843; died 8mo. 29, 1854. 699. Elizabeth M., born 
9mo. 7, 1846; died 4mo. 19, 1848. 

700. Hannah J., born 6mo 8, 1849 ; mari'ied Thomas, (born 7mo. 
5, 1842) son of James and Rebecca Penrose of New Garden, Col- 
umbiana Co., Ohio, 2mo. 10, 1870. They have one child. 

701. Albert, born (Jmo. 5, 1854. 702. Anna Maria, born 2mo. 
10, 1858; died Imo. 14, 1864. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Child of Moses and (676) Hannah M. (Gibson) Kelly. 

703. Isaac, (Hannah M., John, Amos, John.Alice, Isaac, Autlwny). 
deceased. 

Child of Albert and (678) Mary Ann (Gibson) Craft. 

704. Lydia Rebecca, (i]/«ry^nn, JoJm, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo., 1867. 



Child of (680) William S. and Amelia (Duff) Gibson. 

705. Mabel, (William S., John, Amos, John, cilice, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 1876. 



Children of (686) Richard and Gulielma (Hill) Binns. 

706. Mary Emma, (Richai^d, Ituih, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 27, 1856. 707. William Albert, born Imo. 
19, 1858. 708. Horace Mann, born 7mo. 7, 1859. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 117 

Descendants of Joseph and (6) Alice {Jackson) Gibson. 

709. Franklin, bom 19mo. 25, 1861. 710. Anna Laura, born 
llmo. 21, 1864. 711. John Bertrand, born 8mo. 7, 1867. 



Children of (688) David and Esther (Gilbert) Binns. 

712. YiBNNA, {David, Buth, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, Anthony) 
born Imo. 20, 1868. 713. John Merritt. born 7mo. 15, 1869. 



Children of (690) Amos and Rebecca (Armstrong) Binns. 

714. Charles Sumner, {Ruth. Amos, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 12nio. 22, 1862. 715. Lillie Aurelia, born 4mo. 
10, 1865. 716. Victor Hall, born Tmo. 12, 1868; died lOmo. 24, 

1868. 



Child of Thomas and (700) Hannah J. (Gibson) Penrose. 

717. Roscius, {Hannah J., Miller, Amos, John, Alice, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 2mo. 1, 1872. 



FOURTH GEXERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 



Children of (7) William and Katharine (Miller Jackson. 

718. Isaac, {William, Isaac, Anthony) born 7 mo. 2, 1734; mar- 
ried Hannah Miller. No issue. He married (2d) Hannah Jackson, 
daughter of Joseph and Susanna (Miller) Jackson, 5mo. 13, 1762. 
Hannah born Tmo. 27, 1741; died 5mo. 5, 1806. Isaac died 6mo. 
27, 1807. The}- had twelve children. 

The above named Joseph Jackson was a son of Ephraiin aud Rachel of 
Edgmont, Delaware Co. Ephraira, born about 1658, came from England in 
1687, and lived within the limits of Chester Monthly Meeting; married 
Rachel, daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth Newliu, of Concord, in 109."); 
and they afterwards settled in Edgmont, where he died Imo. 11, 1732. His 
widow died in 1742. "When Nicholas Newlin immigrated to America he 



118 FOURTH GENERA TION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

brought with him a certificate* given fortli by the Meeting, in the hand- 
writing of William Edmnudsion, which is as follows: 

"At the request of Nicholas Newland we do hereby certify that the said 
Nicholas Newlaud acquainted our ^Een's ^Vleeting with his intention of re- 
moving himself and his family out of this nation into New Jersey or Penn- 
sylvania, in America. And we have nothing to charge against him and his 
family, or to their conversation in the world, since they frequented our meet- 
ings; but hath walked honestly among men for aught we know or can hear 
of by enquiry which hath been made, but our Friends' i\Ieeting is generally 
dissatisfied with his so removing, he being so well settled with his family, 
and having sufficient substance for food and raiment, which all that profess 
godliness in Christ Jesus o\ight to be content with; for we brought nothing 
into this world and we are sure to take nothing out, and he has given us no 
satisfactory reason for his removing, but our godly jealousy is, that his chief 
ground is fearfulness of sufferings here for the testimony of Jesus, or covet- 
ing worldly liberty — all which we certify from our ]Men's Meeting at Mount- 
mellick, 25th of 12mo., 1683. 

"And we further certify that enquiry hath been made concerning the 
clearness of Nathaniel and John Newland, sons of said Nicholas Newland, 
from all entanglements of marriage, and that they ai-e released for aught 
we find. 

"Signed by the advice and in the behalf of the meeting, Tobias Bladwell, 
William Edmuudson, Christopher Raper" and others. 

Ephraim and Rachel Jackson's children, as follow : John, born Imo. 26, 
1697. Joseph, born Cmo. 19, 1698; died 9mo. 0, 1698. Joseph, (2d) born 7mo. 
13, 1699. Nathaniel, born 6mo. 17, 1701. Josiah, born llmo. 20, 1702 ; died 
Imo. 1, 1714-5. Samuel, born 12mo. 13, 1704. {For his descendants see 
Appendix). Ephraim, born llmo. 7, 1706. Mary, born 4mo. 3, 1708. 

Rachel, born 5mo. 10, 1710, Nathan, born . Of these children, the 

second Joseph was married 8mo. 18, 1722, to Hannah Pennell, who died 6mo. 
21, 1728, and he married (2d) Susanna Miller, 3mo. 18, 1734. He settled in 
Londongrove when first married, and in 1743 built a substantial brick house, 
now the residence of Thomas M. Harvey. 

Childken of Joseph and Hannah (Pennel) Jackson. 

EpJiraim, born 6mo. 19, 1723; died 12mo. 16, 1733. Rachel, born lOmo. 
11 , 1726; married 4mo. 18, 1747, to John Jordan, son of John, of Berks Co. 
Alice, born 3mo. 26, 1728; died lOmo. 21, 1740. Joseph, born 

Children of Joseph and Susanna (Miller) Jackson. 

Ephraim, born 3mo. 27, 1735; married Tacy Thompson, daughter of Jane, 
of Londonderry, at Londongrove Meeting, llmo. 26, 1760. John, born 7mo. 

*The copy was taken by J. J. Parker, of West Chester, Pa., Imo. 19, 1874, from the 
original, which was in the possession of Nicholas Newland's granddaughter, Mary Mifflin, 
of Harford Co., Md., then in her 79th year. The name (Newland) was either misspelled 
by W. E., or changed in America, being now spelled Newliu. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 119 

Descendants of {!) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

11, 1736. Mary, born Smo. 27, 1738. Jouah, bom llmo. 8, 1730. Hannah, 
bora 7mo. 27, 1741; married Isaac, sou of William and Katharine Jackson. 
Susanna, born 7mo. 7, 1743; married .John Jackson, son of John (deceased) 
of East Marlborough, 12mo. 23, 1763, at New Garden. Alice, bom 12mo. 1, 
1745. Sarah, born 2mo. 6, 1748 ; married Josiah Lamborn, son of Robert 
and Sarah, of Londougrove, 12mo. 18, 1766, at New Garden. Samuel, born 
Imo. 15, 1749-50; married Rebecca, daughter of John and Rebecca Dixon, 
of New Garden, llmo. 21, 1771, and afterwards removed to Redstone, 
Fayette Co., Pa. — the year not ascertained, but we find a record of him there 
in 1794; and in 1796 it appears that he and Jonathan Sharpless built and put 
in operation the first paper mill west of the mountains. It is recorded of 
Ephraim Jackson that, "having received a better education than was usual 
in his day, he, for many years, held the situation as Clerk for Chester 
Monthly Meeting of Friends, of which he was an exemplary member. He 
was also much employed in civil affairs, especially where good penmanship 
was needed; and in 1710 he represented Chester County in the Provincial 
Assembly, "f For a record of many of his descendants, see Appendix. 

719. James, born llmo. 3, 1736; married Mary, (laughter of 
Joseph and Susanna (Miller) Jackson, of Londongrove, 6mo. 19, 
1760. Mary, born 3mo. 27, 1Y38 ; died 8mo. 30, 1812. James died 
4mo. 11, 1817, and was buried at Hockessin, Del. They had ten 
children. 

720. Ann, born 5mo. 19, 1739; married Caleb, son of Michael 
and Hannah Harlan, of Londongrove, lOmo, 23, 1760. Ann died 
4mo., 1804. Caleb died 7mo., 1815. They had nine children. 
Resided in Miltown, Del. 721. Elizabeth, born llmo. 19, 1741; 
died 2mo. — , 1742. 722. Thomas, born 6mo. 8, 1748; died 6mo. 
12, 1745. 

723. William, born 5mo. 14, 1746. In 1775 he became a min- 
ister in the Society of Friends; in 1778 married Hannah, daughter 
of Thomas and Hannah Seaman, of Westbury, Long Island, to 
which place he removed, residing there about two years. He 
traveled much in the ministry, and visited England and Ireland on 
religious service in 1802. Hannah died 12mo. 25, 1833, aged about 
85 years. William died Imo. 10, 1834, aged nearly 88 years. No 

children. 

724. John, born llmo. 9, 1748; married Mary, daughter of Joel 
and Hannah Harlan, 2mo. 11, 1775. Mary born 3mo. 5, 1753 ; died 
llmo. 18, 1829. John died 12mo. 20, 1821. They had seven 
children. John was a close student of Nature, and highly appre- 



tSee "Biographical Notices" in the History of Delaware Co., by Geo. Smith, M. D. 



120 FO UB TH GENERA TION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

ciated the beautiful in whatever department of the useful sciences 
his enquiries were directed. Among his favorite scientific pursuits, 
Botan}^ claimed a large share of his attention ; and the late Dr- 
William Darlington, with whom he was personally acquainted, in 
his " Memorials of Bartram and Marshall," refers to him thus : 
"John Jackson, of Londongrove Township, Chester Co., was one 
of the verv few contemporaries of Humphrey Marshall who sym- 
pathized cordially with his pursuits. He commenced a garden 
soon after that at Marshalton was established, and made a valuable 
collection of rare and ornamental plants, which is still preserved 
(1849) in good condition by his son William Jackson. John Jack- 
son was a very successful cultivator of curious plants, a respectable 
botanist, and one of the most gentle and amiable of men." 

725. Katharine, born 4mo. 10, 1752; died 5mo. 16, 1754. 

726. Katharine, born lOmo. 2, 1754; married Thomas Pen- 
nington, of Londongrove, (widower) 4mo. 8. 1795. Katharine 
died 2mo. 18, 1826. They had two children. 

727. Hannah, born 5mo. 15. 1757; married Isaac, son of Isaac 
and Mary Thomas, of Willistown, llmo. 8, 1781. Hannah died 
9mo. 25, 1813. They had four children. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of (718) Isaac and Hannah (Jackson) Jackson. 

728. Joseph, (Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 13, 
1763; married Gulielma Maria, daughter of Samuel Waters, of 
Prince George's Co., Md., 2mo. 27. 1794, at " Indian Spring Meeting 
House," in said count}'. Gulielma Maria died without issue, llmo. 
1, 1815. Joseph married (2d) Rachel, daughter of Yate and 
Artridge Plummer, of Frederick Co., Md., Imo. 18, 1816. Joseph 
died 5mo. 21, 1831. Rachel died 5mo. 20, 1858. They had five 
children. 

729. William, l)orn 8mo. 1, 1764, at New Garden, Chester Co., 
Pa.; married Phebe Townsend, (born 6mo. 2, 1768) daughter of 
Henry and Anne (Wright) Townsend, of Oyster Bay, Long Island, 



FIFTH GENERATION. 131 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

9mo. 29, 1803, at Cornwall, Orange Co., New York. In the autumn 
of 1785, William went to Redstone to visit his uncle, Samuel Jack- 
son, and remained there four j^ears, engaged in the fulling of cloth 
and the manufacture of flour — the last two 3-ears in partnership 
with the proprietor of the mills, Rees Cadwallader, a Friend. In 
1T89, he returned to Xew Garden, where he remained nearlj^ a 3'ear. 
In 1793, he engaged in the nianufaeture of flour, with Micajah 
Crew as partner, at some place about twenty-five miles from Rich- 
mond, Ya. In 179G, the partnership was terminated and he 
traveled northward in pursuit of emplo^'ment, and rented a flour 
mill in Cornwall, Orange Co., N. Y. In this business he remained 
two or three 3'ears, after which he removed to the neighboring 
village of Canterbur^r and engaged in " store-keeping," where he 
remained till his death, which occurred lino. 4, 1821. Phebe died 
in Schenectady, N. Y., 12mo. 2, 1859. They had two children. 

The above named Henry Towusend was born in 1725 ; died 3mo. 28, 1803 ; 
his wife died 9nio. 17, 1825, aged 90 years, leaving issue as follow : Betsey, 
Henry, Zebulou, Noah, Phebe and Charles. They were lineally descended 
from Henry Townsend, who settled at Oyster Bay in 1661, and children of 
the 5th Henry in the line of descent. Their grandfather (the 4lh Henry,) 
married Elizabeth Titus, represented as a "beautiful Quakeress." They 
had seven children, one of whom, named Peter, was " succet^sfuUy employed 
in the manufacture of iron, and made the chain that was stretched across 
the North River in the Revolution."* 

730. Mary, born 2mo. 8, 1766; died (unmarried) 7mo. 15, 1812. 

731. Hannah, born 12mo. 13,1767; died (unmarried) 12mo. 5, 
1845. In the 5th month, 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 settle- 
ments laboring for the good of the natives for fifteen years. 

732. Catharine, born 12mo. 27, 1769; died 7mo. 24, 1771. 
Buried at New Garden. 

738. Catharine, born 8mo. 22, 1771; married Jesse, son of 
Joshua and Hannah Pugh, of E. Nottingham, 11 mo. 14, 1793. They 
moved to Alexandria, D. C, soon after marriage, where he died 
9mo. 28, 1803. Catliarine then removed to Philadelphia and died 
there 8mo. 28, 1851. They had six children. 



*See Memorial of the Townsend Brothers for items in this ijurnarraiili. 



123 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Joshua Pugb. son of John and Sarah Pugh, born 4rao. 35, 1743; died 
12mo. 28, 1808; married Hannah, daughter of Jacob and Martha Chandler, 
of New Castle Co., Del., 13mo. 19, 1765. Their children, as follow: Jesse, 
born 3mo. 12, 1767- Sarah, born 3mo. 27, 1769. Jacob, born 6mo. 7, 1771; 
died 8mo. 9, 1805. John, born Gmo. 11, 1773. Enoch, born 7mo. 1, 1776. 
HannaJi, bora 7mo. 27, 1778. Joshua, born 6mo. 19, 1780. Lydia, born 
lOmo. 13, 1783 ; died 12mo. 9, 1832. Caleb, born Irao. 26, 1785. Asariah, 
born lOnio. 12, 1787. Hannah, widow of Joshua Pugh, died llmo. 2, 1832. 

734. Susanna, born lOmo. 23. 1773; married Emnior Kimber in 
1796. He was noteworthy as a liighly esteemed minister in tlie 
Society of Friends, his ministry liaving liad tlie recorded approval 
of the Society in 1803. In 1818 he established in Chester County, 
the " Kimberton Boarding School for Girls," which for tliirty years 
was conducted, with the assistance of his richly endowed Avife and 
daughters, on advanced and liberal principles, attracting pupils 
from near and far. He also advanced the social and political 
interests of the neighborhood and country. His public spirit with 
enlightened foresight saw the necessity for the " Reading Railroad," 
and he, in 1831, called the first meeting that opened the subject to 
the public. He was an earnest advocate for the rights of the slave, 
who, when fleeing from the South, found in his dwelling shelter 
and protection. He died 9mo. 1, 1850. Susanna died 7mo. 10, 
18.54. They had eleven children. 

735. Isaac, born lOmo. 1, 1775; died in Philadelphia, (unmar- 
ried) llmo. 5. 1855. His sister Hannah, on her return from the 
Indian settlements, resided with him, he being then engaged in 
business in Wilmington, Del. He afterwards removed to Phila- 
delphia with his sister Hannah as a member of his family. Subse- 
quently, his sisters Catharine and Phebe joined him ; and after 
the death of Emraor Kimber, his sister Susanna also went to reside 
with him. The four sisters all died as members of his family and 
under his roof, he having survived them all. 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 eighty years. 

736. Phebe, born 7mo. 9, 1777 ; died 4mo. 10, 1854, (unmarried). 

737. Alice, born 6mo. 23, ltt9; married Enoch, son of Evan 
and Jane Lewis, of Radnor, Delaware Co., 5mo. 9, 1799, at New 
Garden. Alice was a gifted minister in the Society of Friends, 
endowed with a clear judgment and sound understanding, and in 
the exercise of her gift a fluent and impressive speaker. She died 
12mo. 15, 1813. They had seven children. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 123 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {3IiUer) Jackson. 

The ancestors of Evan Lewis emigrated from "Wales to Pennsylvania in 
1682 — Evan Lewis, Henry Lewis, his son, and Henry Lewis, the second son 
of the first Henry, all coming over in the same ship. Henry Lewis, the first, 
was foreman of the first grand jury in Chester Co. He died in middle life 
in 1688. His son Henry, born in 1671 ; married lOmo. 20, 1092, Mary, 
daughter of Robert Taylor, of Springfield, Delaware Co, Their third child, 
John Lewis, was the father of Evan Lewis the second, and was born 3mo. 
23, 1697. In 3mo., 1725, he married Catharine Roberts, at Radnor, Delaware 
Co. They had six children, of whom Evan Lewis (the second) was the 
youngest son. He was born 4mo. 13, 1740, and was twice married. His 
second wife, to whom he was married 12mo. 20, 1774, was Jane ^lereditb, 
daughter of John Meredith, and Grace, his wife, who was a daughter of 
Robert Williams, "King of Goshen," (so called because he was the first 
and for some time the only settler in the township). Jane was born in 1743. 
Enoch Lewis, their eldest son, was born Imo. 29, 177G. His mother and 
grandmother were both women of uncommon vigor of intellect, and he 
evinced in early childhood a remaikable aptitude for mathematics and an 
ardent desire for knowledge. Before he was fifteen, he began to teach ; 
when about nineteen he accompanied Andrew Ellicott and General Irwin, 
appointed under the authority of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, to lay 
out several towns, Erie, Meadville, Mercer and others, and assisted as a 
surveyor in the expedition. On his return in the Fall of 1795, he was ap- 
pointed mathematical teacher in Friends' Academy, on Fourth Street, near 
Chestnut, in Philadelphia. He manied in 1799, and the same year was 
invited to take charge of the mathematical department in Fi lends Boarding 
School, at Westtown. In 18C8 he established a boarding school, at New 
Garden, where he taught a number of years with reputation and success. 
In 1827, having become known as a vigorous writer, he waS requested to 
edit a periodical then about being established in Philadelphia in opposition 
to African slavery, called the African Observer. He continued to conduct 
that work for one year, when it was discontinued. 

He remained in Philadelphia, serving several years as City Surveyor, and 
in 1831, at the instance of a committee of the Yearly jMeeting, returned to 
Westtown to take charge again of the mathematical department. He re- 
mained there until the Spring of 1834, when he moved back to New Garden. 
In 1847, a religious periodical called Friends' Revieto was established by a 
branch of the Society of Friends, and he was appointed editor. To his 
duties in that capacity he gave his unremitted attention as long as he lived. 
His varied and extensive acquirements and accurate scholarship enabled him 
to impart unusual interest to the work, which, under his management, was 
placed on a firm footing. He was the author of several matliematical 
treatises, of a small book on oaths, one on baptism, and also of a life of 
William Penn, and he contributed largely to some of tlie periodicals of the 
day, especially on the subject of slavery. He was a thorough and consistent 
Friend and filled some of the most important and responsible positions in 
the Society. 



124 FITFH OENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine Miller Jackson. 

On the 11th of 5mo.. 1815, Enoch Lewis married Lyclia Jackson, 
(born Tmo, 0, 1T8T,) daughter of John and Mary (Harlan) Jack- 
son, at West Grove. She was first cousin of his first wife. They 
bad eight children, two of w^honi died in infancy. Lydia died 3mo. 
14, JS4G. Enoch died Tmo. 14, 1856, in the eighty -first year of his 
age, retaining his intellectual faculties in full vigor till within a 
few days of his death. 

138. Rebecca, born 12mo. 13, 1781 ; married Charles, son of 
Joseph and Jane Allen, lOmo. 30, 1811. Rebecca died 11 mo. 10, 
1860. They had six children. 

739. Samuel, born 8nio. 3, 1788; married Elizabeth C, only 
child of William and Elizabeth Barker, of Philadelphia, llmo. 3, 
1813. Samuel early graduated for the medical profession and re- 
moved when a young man to Northumberland, where for manj'^ 
3'ears success attended his professional services. In his later jj^ears 
he lived in Philadelphia, and was designated as " Dr. Jackson of 
Northumberland," probabl}^ to distinguish him from Prof. Samuel 
Jackson, of the University, as they bore the same name, were 
nearly the same age, and both eminent in their profession. He 
died 12mo. 17, 1861). He had five children. 

Dr. Samuel Jackson, Professor in the Univei'sity, was born 3mo. 22, 1787; 
died 4mo. 4, 1872. He was a sou of Dr. David and Susan (Kemper) Jackson, 
of Philadelphia. David was a son of "Farmer Samuel" of Oxford, Chester 
Co., who came from Virginia. He had two older brothers, Paul and Samuel — 
the former a graduate in the first class of the University of Pennsylvania. 



Children of (719) James and Mary (Jackson) Jackson. 

740. Lydia, {James, William^ Isaac, Anthony) horn 8mo. 8, 1761 ; 
married John, son of William and Mary Phillips, of Hockessin, 
Crao. 30, 1779. Lydia died lOmo. 2, 1843. John died Imo. 5, 1840, 
in the 93d year of his age. They had seven childi'en. 

741. Katharine, born 4mo. 18, 1763; died 5mo. 1, 1814. 

742. Susanna, born 4mo. 18, 1763; died 12mo. 12, 1802. She 
married Tliomas, son of Thomas Hollingsworth, of Centre, Del., 
lOmo. 24, 1798. Thomas, born lumo. 31, 1756; died 4mo. 2, 1834. 

743. Mary, born 5mo. 31, 1765 ; died 2mo. 2, 1766. 

744. Ei>HRAiM, born 12mo. 3, 1766 ; married Elizabeth Hollings- 
worth. She died 6mo. 13, 1839, aged 71 years, 5 mos,, 18 days. 
Ephraim died 3mo. 31, 1843. They had six children. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 125 

Descendants of {*l) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

745. Sarah, born llmo. 16, 1768; died 3ino. 29, 1772. 

746. James, boru 6nio. 18. 1771 ; marvied Ann Cooper, daughter 
of John and Rebecca, of Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., 5mo. 27, 1795. 
Ann, born 4mo. 14, 1775; died 1 mo. 20, 1850. James died 2mo. 
24, 1835. They had eight children. They resided in W. Notting- 
ham, Md. 

747. JosiAH, born Imo. 17, 1773; married Mar}-, daughter or 
Caleb and Ruhaney Sharpless, of Christiana Hundred, Del , Imo. 
30, 1799. Mar}', born 8mo. 26, 1774; died 3mo. 18, 1844. Josiah 
died omo. 26, 1817. They removed from Kennett Monthly Meeting 
to Nottingham in 1800, but returned to Kennett with their six 
children by certificate from Fallowfield Monthly Meeting, dated 
4mo. 13, 1812. 

748. Alice, born 5mo. 26, 1775; married Stephen Wilson, of 
Hockessin, Del., son of James and Am}' Wilson, 3mo. 11, 1813. 
They had one child. Stephen, born 9mo. 30, 1762; died 8mo. 23, 
1820. Alice married (2d) 1 mo. 14, 1830, to Jesse Chandler, son 
of Jesse and Martha, of Centre, Del. She was an approved min- 
ister in the Society of Friends. Jesse died 3mo. 14, 1850. Alice 
died 12mo. 13, 1856. 

749. Thomas, boru 5mo. 28, 1777; married Jane, daughter of 
John and Rachel (Greasly) Griffith, of Quakertown, Bucks Co., Pa. 
Jane, born 7mo. 2, 1784; died 7mo. 20, 1853. Thomas died 3mo. 
18, 1861. They had two children. 

Children of Caleb and (72U) Ann (Jackson) Harlan. 

750. Hannah, (Ann, William, Imac, Anthony,) born ; died 

2mo. — , 1785. 

751. Katharine, born 4mo. 25, 1763; married Thomas, son of 
Benjamin and Susanna (Littler) Canby, about the year 17«7. 
Katharine died 12mo, 6, 1819. They had five children. 

752. William, born 9mo. 24, 1765; married Annabella, daughter 
of Samuel Elliot, Philadelphia. They had one child. He married 
(2d) to Sarah Wessels ; they had one child. William died 3m.). I, 
1833. 753. Job, born 7mo. 2, 1768; died 9ino. 21, 1793. 

754. Caleb, born 12mo. 30, 1770; married Edith, daughter of 
Ziba and Edith Ferris, in 18U3. Caleb died 8mo. 8, 1840. They 
had four children. 



136 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Ibfj. John, born 8mo 31, 1773; married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Moses Quinbj'. John died 12rao. 24, 1851. Thej^ had one child, 

756. Ann, born llmo. 7, 1777; married John Clark, lOmo. 4, 
1827. Ann died 9mo. 8, 1851. No children. 

757. Sarah, born 7mo. 8, 1780 ; married John Ferris, lOmo. 22, 
1800. Sarah died 4mo. 17. 1869. They had one child. 

758. Joshua, born 8mo. 4, 1783; married Ann, daughter of 
Moses Quinby, llmo. 7, 1822. Joshua died 2mo. ]8, 1854. No 
children. 



Children of (724) John and Mary (Harlan; Jackson. 

759. Joel, (John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 20, 1776 ; 
married Alice, daughter of Dr. Jonathan and Alice Morris, of 
Delaware Co., 9mo. 8, 1802. He moved to Little Britain (now 
Fulton) Lancaster Co., in 1812, where he died 9mo. 21, 1857. Alice 
died 3mo. 10, 1854, in her 75th year. 1\\&y had eight children. 
Joel Jackson was, in some respects, a very remarkable man, 
possessing many peculiarities, and, intellectually, endowments of 
a high order. Like his father, he manifested a love of nature 
in a wonderful degree, and it is said that where he lived he became 
proverbial for probity and correctness in all his transactions in 
business. 

700. Israel, born 7mo. 4, 1779; married Sarah L., (born 9rao. 
3, 1788,) daughter of Joseph and Marj^ Ta^dor, of Pennsbury, 
5mo. 14, 1807. Israel died 9mo. 11, 1822. Sarah L. died Imo. 30, 
1865. The}' had eight children. 

761. Isaiah, born 12mo. 3, 1781 ; died llmo. 19, 1813. 

762. Hannah J., born 7mo. 17, 1784 ; married James Monaghan, 
6mo. 7, 1804. Hannah J. died 4mo. 11. 1809. James died lOmo. 
28, 1841. They had three children. 

763. Lydia, born 7mo. 6. 1787; married Enoch Lewis, son of 
Evan and Jane, 5mo. 11, 1815. Lydia died 3mo. 14, 1846. They 
had eight children, two of whom died in infanc}' (one not named.) 

764. William, born llmo. 7, 1789; married Rebecca, daughter 
of Joseph and Mary Taylor, 5mo. 12, 1819, at Friends Meeting, 
West Chester. He died lOmo. 29, 1804. Rebecca was born lOmo. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 127 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine (Miller) Jacl\^on. 

18, lt98, and died 9mo. 25, 1872, of paralysis, aged nearlj^ 74 years. 
They lived at the old homestead at Harmony Grove, and had eight 
children. 

765. Catharine, born Imo. 27, 1792; married Benjamin (born 
7mo. 24, 178B,) son of James and Sarah (Lamborn) Webb, lOmo. 

19, 1815. Benjamin died 2mo. 22, 1851. Catharine died 12mo. 17, 
1872. The}' had seven children. 



Children of Thomas and (726) Katharine (Jackson) Pennington. 

766. Susanna, {Katharine. William^ Isaac^ Anthony) born 4mo. 
4, 1796 ; died 6mo. 15, 1802. 

767. Rachel, born Imo. 4, 1798 ; married Moses, son of Jeremiah 
and Anne ( Whitson) Starr, 8mo. 15, 1816. Rachel died 6mo. 7, 1835. 
{See record of the Starr family.) 



Children of Isaac and (727) Hannah (Jackson) Thomas. 

768. Beulah, {Hannah, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 13, 
1784; married Jacob Mendenhall of Patapsco, Baltimore Co , Md., 
formerl}' of Kennett, Chester Co., lOmo. 17, 1811. Removed to 
Waterford, Loudon Co.,Ya.,in 1812, where he died 12mo. 10, 1822. 
aged 34 years, 7 mos. 11 days. The}^ had four children, three of 
whom died in early infancy. Beulah's second marriage was to 
Moses Janney of that place. She died llmo. 23, 1859. Moses died 
7m,o. 21, 1861, aged 81 years. 

Jacob Mendenhall completed his scholastic studies in Enoch Lewis'.s 
Boarding School, and while there, was alternately scholar and tutor in the 
mathematical department. After his marriage and removal to Waterford, 
Va., he established a School ; and it is said "was one of the most studious, 
hard-working school teachers of that day." His close application in pro- 
moting the interests of his school in connection with a number of trust- 
worthy ofl&ces of the, then, incorporated village, caused his health to give 
way under a rapid decline until his death. 

769. Mary, born Imo. 13, 1787 ; died 7mo. 3, 1811. 

770. Hannah, born Imo. 19, 1790; died 3mo. 8, 1813. 

771. William, born 6mo. 16, 1792; married Hannah, daughter 
of Edward and Edith Davis of Chester Co. William dicfl ]2mo. 
20, 1863. Hannah died 12mo. 1, 1865. They had five children. 



128 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 



Children of (728) Joseph and Rachel (Plummer) Jackson. 

772, Richard P., {Joseph., Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 6, 1816; married Mary Sophia Ward of Calvert Co., Md., 
5mo. 29, 1856. They have five children. Residence, Georgetown, 

D. C. 

773. Isaac Lewis, born 3mo. 17, 1818; died aged 2 years and 
1 months. 774. Artridge P., born Gmo. 14, 1820; married Cyrus 
Waters, M. D., 2rao. 8, 1844. Cyrus died 7mo. 4, 1853, aged 38 
years. They had three children. 775. Hannah Rebecca, born 
Smo. 15, 1822; died 3mo. 25, 1823. 770. Rachel Ann, born 8mo. 
18, 1825; died 3mo. 25, 1840. 



Children of (720) William and Phebe (Townsend) Jackson. 

777. Isaac W., (William, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
at Canterbury, New York, 8mo. 29, 1804; married Elizabeth, 
daughter of Samuel Pomero}?^, of Pittsfield, Mass., Smo. 26, 1829. 
They had five children. He died, of paralysis, at his residence in 
Schenectady, N. Y., 7mo. 27, 1877. Isaac W. Jackson, LL.D., 
was tutor in Union College, Schenectady, in 1826. In 1831, he 
became Professor of Mathematics, and from that time continued 
during the remainder of his life to occup}^ the same position in 
that Institution. He was the author of valuable treatises on sev- 
eral branches of the higher mathematics, 

778. William, born at Canterbury, Smo. 10, 1810; married 
Emma Jerome of Onondago, N. Y., Gmo. 9, 1836. They have two 
children. Residence, since Januar}-, 1835, Syracuse, N. Y. 



Children of Jesse and (733) Catharine (Jackson) Pugh. 

779. Isaac, {Catharine, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 5, 1794 ; died Smo. 24, 1797. 780. Hannah, born lOmo. 1, 
1796; died llmo. 6, 1796. 781. Mary, born Imo. 21, 1798; died 
7mo. 16, 1798. 782. Isaac, born lOmo. 24, 1799; married Eliza- 



SIXTH GENERATION. ^ 129 

Descendants of (1) William and Kafhar'ine {Miller) Jackson. 

beth, daughter of James and Hannah Kay of Northumberland, Pa., 
lOmo. 2, 1834. Residence, Germantown, Pa. 

T83. Sarah, born lOmo. 6, 1800. Residence, Germantown, Pa. 

784. David, born Imo. 14, 1803 ; died tmo. 13, 1803. 



Children of Emmor and (734) Susanna (Jackson) Kimber. 

"ISS. Anna, (Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
1198; married Robert Y. Massey. He died 1863. Anna died 
12mo. 15, 1876. They had eight children. 

786. Isaac, born 1799; died 1816. 787. William, born 1801; 
died 1827. 788. Samuel, born 1803; married Susan Konigmacher. 
He died 1850. They had two children. 

789. Abby, born 1804; died (unmarried) 1871. 790. Mary, 
born 1807; married Thomas Janney, of Bucks Co., Pa. Mary 
died in 1859, leaving two children. 

791. Susanna, born 1809; died (unmarried) 1824. 

792. Emmor J., born 1811; died 1852. 793. Martha, born 
1812. Residence, Philadelphia. 794. Henry, born 1814 ; married 
Jane Henry. They had four children. 

795. Gertrude, born in Tredyffrin Township, Chester Co., 6mo. 
14, 1816 ; married lOmo, 24, 1842, to Charles C. Burleigh, son of 
Rinaldo and Lydia (Bradford) Burleigh. Charles was born in 
Plainfleld, Windham Co., Connecticut, llnio. 3, 1810. Gertrude 
died 8mo. 26, 1869. They had three children. His residence is in 

Florence, Mass. 

Rinaldo Burleigh was a native of Asliford, Conn., a graduate of Yale Col- 
lege under the presidency of the celebrated Dr. Dwight ; and for many years 
Preceptor, successively, of several Academies in New England, most of the 
time of that in Plainfleld, whither the high reputation of the School and its 
teacher drew pupils from nearly or quite every State then in the Union. 
Failing eyesight at length forced him to give up teaching, and the last six- 
teen of his eighty-nine years were passed in total blindness, borne with 
exemplary patience and cheerfulness. He was an early and earnest Abol- 
itionist, and President of the first Anti-Slavery Society in Windham County, 
one which was among the earliest-formed associations of the kind in the 
country. Lydia (Bradford) Burleigh was a native of Canterbury, sanio 
State and County, and a lineal descendant af William Bradfoid, well-known 
as one of the May -Flower Pilgrims, and as second Governor of Plymouth 
Colony. 



130 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (T) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

This William Bradford was boin in England in 1588. At the time of his 
landing at Plymouth his wife was accidentally drowned. William was elected 
Governor of the Colony 4mo. 5, 1621, being in his 33d year; and it is recorded 
he was remarkable for "wisdom, fortitude, piety and benevolence." He had 
been Governor for ten years, liaving during that time managed the duties of 
the office with such executive ability, wisdom and integrity, that his with- 
drawal therefrom was cause of general regret to the Colony, and was only in 
consequence of declining health. Near his close, which occurred 5mo. 9, 
1657, his last testimony was expressed in these words: " The good spirit of 
God has given me a pledge of my happiness in another world, and the first- 
fruits of eternal glory. ' ' 



Children of Enoch and (737) Alice (Jackson) Lewis. 

796. A son liorn in 3mo., 1800, and died tlie same day. 

797. Joseph J., {Alice.^ Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
lOmo. 5, 1801 ; married Mary Sinton, dangliter of Charles and 
Letitia Miner of Spring Grove, Ihno. 23, 1827. Mary S. died lOmo. 
27, 1860. They had eleven children. His second wife was Sarah 
Jones, widow of Dr. P^lbert P. Jones, of California, to whom he 
was married Imo. 24, 1866. She died 2mo. 16, 1869, and he mar- 
ried a third time 6mo. 5, 1872. His third wife is Phebe Ann, 
widow of the late James Brooks, of New Alban}'^, Indiana. Resi- 
dence, West Chester, Pa. 

798. Hannah J., born lOmo. 26, 1803; married Isaac Meredith 
in 12mo., 1828. She died 7mo. 7, 1829. Isaac died 9mo. 28, 1874. 

799. Sarah, born 6mo. 10, 1806 ; died 6mo. 23, 1866. 

800. Evan J., born 5mo. 11, 1808 ; died 7mo. 16, 1810. 

801. Enoch J., born 5mo. 12, 1810; died 8mo. 13, 1813. 

802. William J., born 4mo. 4, 1812 ; married Mary Hippie Imo. 

2, 1836. Mary born in 1817; died 4mo. 7, 1841. They had one 
child, Wilbam J., married (2d) to Jane D. Conrsen in 1848. They 
had one child. 

Children of Enoch and (763) Lydia (Jackson) Lewis. 

803. A son born 1817; died same day. 804. Alice, born 1818 ; 
died three weeks old. 

80.5. Alice, {Lydia, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 

3, 1820. Residence, Philadelphia. She has charge of the pub- 
lishing department of '' Friends' Review." 806. Charles, born 
lOnio. 5, 1823; died Imo. 22, 1843. 807. John J., born 4mo. 27, 



SIXTH GENERATION. 131 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

1825; married Margaret Ann, daughter of William and Joanna 
Wilde, Minnesota, 9mo, 26, 1862. Margaret born 8mo. 22, 1844 ; 
died 5mo. 28, 1876. Residence, Watsonville, Cal. They had six 
cliildren. 808, Henry J., born 2mo. 1, 1827 ; married Mar}^ Ann 
Lewis, 3mo. 25, 1861. Mary Ann born 8mo. 17, 1826. They have 
two children. 

809. Edward J., born 9mo. 25, 1828; married Eliza A. Shores, 
3mo. 7, 1872. In 1861 he was editor of " The Pantagraph," a daily 
newspaper published at Bloomington, Illinois. On the breaking 
out of the rebellion he entered the Union armj- as a private, was 
soon promoted to a lieutenanc}^, and the captain of his company 
being killed before Yicksburg, was aftei'wards made captain in his 
place. He served four years and a half, and was honorably dis- 
charged in December, 1865, without having received a wound in 
battle or lost a day from the service by absence or sickness. He is 
again editing The Pantagraph. 

810. Mary J., born 3mo. 31, 1882; died 3mo. 14, 1854. 



Children of Charles and (738) Rebecca (Jackson) Allen. 
811. Joshua M., (Bebecca, Isaac, William.^ Isaac, Anthony) born 
8mo. 30, 1812; died Imo. 30, 1829. 812. Hannah, born 9mo. 22, 
1814; married Yardley, son of William and Letitia Warner, lOmo. 
13, 1841. Hannah died 9mo. 25, 1872. They had five children. 

813. Sarah, born 7mo. 20, 1816 ; married Edward, son of Robert 
and Sarah Richie, Imo. 3, 1866. Residence, Philadelphia. 

814. Mary, born 8mo. 29, 1818. 815. Elizabeth, born 9rao. 29, 
1820. 816. Charles J., born 12mo. 17, 1822; married Martha D., 
daughter of William J. and Phebe W. House, 6mo. 15, 1854. 



Children of (739) Samuel and Elizabeth C. (Barker) Jackson. 
817. Mary Elizabeth, (Samuel, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 21, 1821. 818. Elizabeth, born 7mo. 16, 1823 ; died 
4mo. 8, 1857. 819. Anna, born 7mo. 22, 1825. 

820. William Arthur, born 7mo. IG, 1828; died Imo. 10, 1857. 

821. Francis Aristides, born 3mo. 20, 1830; married 7mo. 8, 
1858, Mary, daughter of William F. Griffitts, and grand-daughter of 
the late Dr. Samuel P. Griffitts. They have six children. Residence, 
Gerniantown. Pa. 



132 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jarkson. 

Children of John and (740) Lydia (Jackson) Phillips. 

822. Mahlon, (Lydia^ James, William, Isaac, Anthony) born Imo^ 
27,1780; married Rebecca, daughter of Ephraim a,nd Elizabeth 
Wilson, of Londongrove, llmo. 11, 1807. Kebecca born lOmo. 24y 
1786; died Gmo. 2(), 1816. They had five children. Mahlon 
married (2d) Imo. 3, 1819, to Dinah, daughter of Joseph and Mary 
Barnard, of Xewlin, Chester County. Dinah born Dmo. 3, 1792; 
died 2mo, 25, 1844. They had ten children. Mahlon died 7mo. 21,. 
1846. 

823. William, born lOmo. 25, 1785; married Ann, daughter of 
James and Sarah Trimble, of Nottingham, Cecil County, Md., llmo. 
12, 1812. Ann born 2mo. 20, 1795; died 5mo. 25, 1848. William 
died 9mo, 17, 1ST4. Tlie}^ had eleven children, 

824. Deborah, born 2mo. 10, 1789; married Joseph, son of 
Joseph and Amy Chambers, 1 Imo. 16, 1809. Joseph born 12mo. 
21, 1782; died 9mo. 6, 1873. Deborali died 3rao. 15, 1859. They 
had seven children. 825. Sarah, born 6mo. 5, 1791 ; died Imo. 10, 
1792. 

826. Isaac, born 2mo. 6, 1794; married Hannah, daughter of 
Benjamin and Ann Manle, of Radnor, Delaware County, Pa., 5rao. 
15, 1817. Hannah born lOmo. 15, 1787 ; died 5mo. 16, 1855, leaving 
four children. Isaac married (2d) llmo. 19, 1857, to Rachel, 
daughter of Jacob and Jane Maule, of Radnor, Delaware Co., Pa. 
She was a cousin to his first wife. Isaac died 5rao. 11, 1865. 

827. Josiah, born 3mo. 17, 1796; died 6mo. 2, 1798. 

828. John J., born llmo. 2, 1802; married Mary I., daughter 
of John C. and Albina Phillips, of Hockessin, Del., lOmo. 18, 1827. 
John J. died llmo. 2, 1865. Mary born 5mo. 3, 1806. Her resi- 
dence, Germantown, Pa. They had seven childnen. 



Children of (744) Ephraim and Elizabeth (Hollingsworth) 

Jackson. 

829. Susanna, (Ephraim, James, William, Isaac, Anthom}) born 
3mo. 17, 1787 ; married Israel Hoopes, of New Garden, Chester Co. 
5mo. 14, 1840. No children. Susanna died 4mo. 26, 1846. 

830. Martha, born 12mo. 25, 1789; married Thomas Dixon. 
They had two children. She married (2d) 3mo. 17, 1836, to Joseph 
Mitchell, of Hockessin, Del. Martha died 12mo. 6, 1859. 



SIXTH OENERATIOm 133 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

831. Miller, born Gmo. 5. 1193; died lOmo. 30, 1808. 

832. Haines, born 6mo. 9, 1197 ; married Ruth, daughter of 
Joseph and Hannah Heald, of Hockessin, Del., lOmo. 12, 1826. 
Ruth born 3mo. 24, 1805. Haines died 5mo. 5, 1861. Ruth died 
lOmo. 21, 1877. No children. 

833. Sarah M., born Imo. 12, 1801; married 9mo. 21, 1824, 
Jonathan, son of Stephen and Lj^dia Wilson, of Hockessin, Del. 
Jonathan born 5 mo. 13, 1798 ; died 2mo. 26, 1850. Sarah M. died 
5mo. 25, 1873. They had eight children. 834. Lydia, born llmo. 
23, 1804; unmarried. Lives with a nephew. 



Children of (746) James and Ann (Cooper) Jackson. 

835. Rebecca, (James, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
5mo. 20, 1796; died, 1836. 836. John C, born 7mo, 25, 1797; 
married Rebecca, daughter of Jonas and Eliza Preston, of Octo- 
raro, Cecil Co., Md., 9mo. 6, 1821. Rebecca, born 3mo. 7, 1799; 
died 2mo. 8, 1845. John C. died llmo. 2i, 1850. They had seven 
<;hildren. 

837. Lydia P., born lOmo. 30, 1798 ; married Samuel, son of 
Joseph and Susanna Brinton, of Leacock ToAvnship, Lancaster Co., 
llmo. 26, 1823. Samuel born 2mo. 3, 1789; died 5mo. 6, 1857. 
Lydia P. died 3ino. 22, 1869. They had six children. 

838. William Miller, born 4mo 24, 1801; died 6mo. 12, 1803. 

839. Mary Ann, born 8mo. 22, 1803 ; married Benjamin P. Buck- 
ley, 9mo. 11, 1827. Benjamin born llmo., 1805; died Imo. 15, 
1873. They had ten children. Residence in West Nottingham, 
Md. 840. Jeremiah, born 12mo. 24, 1804; died (unmarried) 8mo. 
1, 1849. 841. James M., born 9mo. 28, 1807 ; married Margaret J. 
Maar 2mo. 12. 1844. They had three children. Margaret J. born 
12mo. 16, 1820. James M. died 3mo. 19, 1852. 

842. Alice W., born 9ino. 25, 1814 ; married John Webster, of 
Fulton Township, Lancaster Co., 2mo. 28, 1850. No children. 



Children of (747) Josiah and Mary (Sharpless) Jackson. 

843. Edith, (Josia/i, Ja>nes, William, Isaac, Anthony) horn llmo. 
53. 1799; married in 1821, Jacob, son of Samuel and Elizabeth 



134 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Graves, of New Castle Co., Del. Jacob bom 1794; died Smo. 7, 
1849. Edith died llmo. 19, 1872. They had nine children. 

844. Mary, born 8mo. 28, 1801; married Jacob, son of John 
Way, of Pennsbury Township, 12mo. 16, 1819. Jacob born 7mO' 
26,1797; died 12mo. 2, 1848. They had eleven children. Resi- 
dence in E. Marlborougli. 

845. Caleb S., born 3mo. 23, 1803 ; married Mary Ann, daughter 
of William and Mary (Beverly) Gause, of Kennett, 6mo. 6, 1828. 
Caleb S. died 8mo. 3, 1868. They had eight children. 

846. James, born 4mo. 16, 1805 ; married Abigail, daughter of 
Thomas and Mary Rakestraw, of Bart Township, Lancaster Co., 
8mo. 20, 1829. Abigail, born llmo. 28, 1807. They had eight 
children. 

847. William S., born 3mo. 23, 1808 ; married Susanna, daughter 
of William and Susanna Chambers, of Kennett, 5mo. 13, 1830. 
William S. died 8mo. 28, 1833. Susanna born 2mo. 22, 1807 ; died 
llmo. 11, 1838. They had two children. 

848. RuHANEY, born 4mo. 13, 1810; married Jacob Clayton, son 
of Isaac and Mary, of Bradford, Chester Co., 6mo. 8, 1843. Jacob 
born 5mo. 28, 1802; died 12mo. 25, 1875. They had four children. 



Child of Stephen and (748) Alice (Jackson) Wilson. 

849. JosiAH, (Alice, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 
9, 1817 ; married Mary, daughter of Benjamin and Jane Price, of 
E. Bradford, Chester Co., 12mo. 3, 1840. Mary born 12mo. 12, 
1819. They had six children. Residence, Kirkwood, St. Louis 
Co., Missouri. 

Benjamin and Jane Price were highly esteemed and useful members in 
the Society of Friends, the former having long occupied the station of an 
Elder and regarded truly "a father in the church," and the latter an "ap- 
proved" minister for many years. Benjamin born 12mo. 17, 1793; died Imo. 
8, 1872. Jane died 5mo. 8, 1876, in her 86th year. 



Children of (749) Thomas and Jane Greasly (Griffith) Jackson, 

850. James C, ( Thomas, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
7mo. 13, 1816; married Amelia, daughter of Jesse and Mary 



SIXTH GENERATION. 135 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Spencer, of Bucks Co., 5mo. 16, 1844. Amelia, born Imo. 23, 1822. 
They had four children. 

851. John G., born 9mo. 8, 1818; married 9mo. 15, 1842, Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Parker) Bailey, of Penns- 
bury. They have two children. Residence, Hockessin, Del. 



Children of Thomas and (751) Katharine (Harlan) Canby. 

852. Isaiah, (Katharine, Ann, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
4mo. 20, n88 ; died 7mo. 26, 1862. 

853. Caleb H., born 12mo. 6, 1789; married Jane, daughter of 
John and Elizabeth Claypool, 1817. Caleb H. died 4mo., 1852. 
Jane died Imo., 1873. They had nine children. 

854. Charles, born Imo. 18, 1792 ; married Ann, daughter of 
Nathaniel and Lydia Richards, lOmo. 11, 1821. They had three 
children. 855. Ann H., born 7mo. 23, 1794. 856. Sarah, born 
9mo. 25, 1796; died 2mo. 3, 1874. 



Child of (752) 'William and Annabella (Elliott) Harlan. 

857. Samuel Elliott, ( William, Ann, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born llmo. 30, 1807. 



Child of (752) William and Sarah (Wessels) Harlan. 
858. Charles, {William, Aim, William, Isaac, Anthony) born — . 



Children of (754) Caleb and Edith (Ferris; Harlan. 

859. John Ferris, (Caleb, Ann, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
— ; died 1823. 860. Ann J. 861. Edith. 862. Mary A. 



Children of (755) John and Elizabeth (Quinby) Harlan. 

863. Caleb, (John, Ann, William, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo 
18, 1814; married Eliza Montgomery, 8mo., 1842. They had 
three children. Caleb has for more than forty years been engaged 



136 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (t) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

in the medical profession, yet agriculture, through his love of it 
from boyhood, has engrossed a laudable share of his attention ; and 
he is the author of a small treatise on " Farming with Green 
Manures," a work of merit abounding with valuable information. 
Residence, Wilmington, Delaware. 



Child of John and (757) Sarah (Harlan) Ferris. 
864. John, (Sarah, An)2, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 1801. 



Children of (759) Joel and Alice (Morris) Jackson. 

865. Mary Ann, (Joel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) horn Qmo. 
18, 1803 ; married Henry Carter, of Lancaster County, 3mo. 3, 1826. 
They had eight children. Residence, Lyle, Lancaster Co. 

866. Alice Ann, born 12mo. 29, 1805 ; died (unmarried) 9mo. 9, 
1842. 867. Catharine S., born 4mo. 8, 1808 ; married John S. 
Maxwell in 1834. They had three children. Catharine S. married 
(2d) Absalom Roman. No issue. 868. Jonathan Morris, born 
9mo. 30, 1810; married Eleanor Jane Scott, lOmo. 23, 1834. 
Eleanor died 9mo. 20, 1853, leaving six children. Jonathan M. 
married (2d) in 1858, to Margaret Wright, They had three chil- 
dren. 

869. Eliza, born 3mo. 13, 1813 ; married Day Wood in 1834. He 
died lOmo. 20, 1865. Thej^ had five children. 870. John, born 
12mo. 3, 1815; died 3mo. 13, 1835. 871. Hannah, born Imo. 11, 
1818; married Nathan Milner. She died 2mo., 1844. They had 
two children. 872. Amelia Morris, born Imo. 11, 1822; married 
Thomas T. Hoopes, Imo. 8, 1845. She died 8mo. 19, 1871. They 
had four children. 



Children of (760) Israel and Sarah L. (Taylor) Jackson. 

873. Joseph T., (Israel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 
14, 1808 ; married Mary G., daughter of Gibbons and Martha 
(Hickman) Gray. Mary G. born llmo. 30, 1813. They had three 
children. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 874. Lydia Ann, born 
2mo. 2, 1810; married Joel, son of Benjamin Swayne, lOmo. 11, 



SIXTH GENERATION. 137 

Descendants of {!) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

1827, at West Grove Meeting. Joel born 5mo. 22, 1804 ; died 5iuo. 
9, 1840. He had been a member of tlie State Legislature. His 
widow married John Barnard of W. Marlborough, 3mo. 14, 1844, 
and died lOmo. 5, 1846. No children. 

8t5. JoHiV, born 7mo. 6, 1812 ; married Massey, daughter of Joseph 
and Rachel Lownes (dec.) of Springfield, 8mo. 10, 1843. They had 
three cliildren. John died Umo. 18. 1858, and Massey firao., 18G3, 
both in West Chester, Pa. 876. Maria, born 6mo. 26, 1814; died, 
1834. 

877. Rebecca, born 8mo. 11, 1816; married William, son of 
Mahlon and Amy Preston, of Loudongrove, 4mo. 16, 1835. William 
born llmo. 6, 1811. Rebecca died 1873. (?) They had eleven chil- 
dren. 878. Sarah, born llmo, 30, 1818; married George Ladloy, 
4mo. 12, 1839. She died lOmo. 20, 1861. Tliey had four children. 
879. Israel, born lOmo. 30, 1820; married Jane (born llmo. 29, 
1822), daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth Taylor, 5mo. 12, 1845. 
Israel died 8mo. 24, 1851. They had three children. 880. Harlan, 
born 12mo. 8, 1822 ; died Cunmarried) 12mo. 25, 1865. 



Children of James and (762) Hannah (Jackson) Monaghan. 

881. John J., ( Hannah. John. William., Isaac, Anthony) horn 2mo. 
11, 1805; married Mary, daughter of Joel and L3^dia (Sraedley) 
Harlan, 5mo. 9, 1832. John J. died lOmo. 28, 1841. They had one 
child. 882. William, born 12ino. 25, 1806 ; married Hannah 
Blalve, daughter of Thomas and Ann, 3mo. 24, 1842. William died 
5mo. 26, 1843. They had one child. 883. Hannah, born lOmo. 
29, 1808; married Chandler Darlington, llmo. 21, 1832. Residence, 
Kennett Square, Chester Co. 



Children of Enoch and (763) Lydia (Jackson) Lewis. 
(For the record of this family, see page 130.) 



Children of (764) William and Rebecca (Taylor) Jackson. 
884. Mary T., (William, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
4mo. 6, 1820 ; married Everard, son of Jesse and Ann Conanl, 1 mo. 
17, 1839. Everard born 2mo. 14, 1814. Tliey had seven children. 
Residence, Harmony Grove, Chester Co., Pa. 



188 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Jesse Conard was sou of Everardand Margaret (Cadwallader) Conard; and 
Aun Conard was the daughter of Thomas and Susanna (Heaton) Pennington. 

885. Emeline, born 6mo. 1, 1822; uianied Simmons, sou of 
Lindley and Deborah Coates, Imo. 11, 1843. Simmons died, sud- 
denly, from an accident. They had seven children. 88(5. Alice, 
born 9mo. 15, 1824 ; married W. Warren Woodrufi; son of Jonathan 
and Leonora, of Geneva, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, 12mo. 26, 1870. 

887. Elizabeth, born llmo. 21, 1825; married Charles, son of 
Obadiah and Hannah Dingee, llmo. 16, 1848. They have two 
children. 888. Isaiah, born lOmo. 21, 1827 ; died 6mo. 1, 1849. 

889. Isaac, born 8mo. 3, 1829 ; married Ellen S., daughter of Levi 
and Ann Coates, 5mo. 8, 1854. Isaac died llmo. 15, 1868. They had 
two children. 890. Rebecca T., born 8mo. 11, 1835. 

891. Catharine, born 2mo. 16, 1837 ; married Enos H., son of 
John and Hannah Barnard, 8mo. 17. 1865. Catharine died 7mo. 
7, 1877. They had two children. 



Children of Benjamin and (765) Catharine (Jackson) Webb. 

892. William, (Catharine, John, Wilhani, Isaac, Anthony) born 
6mo. 27, 1816; married Rachel, daughter of Jonas and Hannah 
(Pennock) Pusey, 4mo. 18, 1839. Rachel born in 1814; died 8mo. 
1851. They had three children. William married (2d) 3mo., 1855, 
to Hannah C, daughter of William R. and Eliza Bell Smith. 
Hannah C. born 1835. They had four children. 

893. Mary, born at Wilmington, Del., 7mo. 24, 1818; married 
Norris Worrell Palmer, son of Moses and Sarah (Mattson) Palmer 
of Concord, Del. Co., 4mo. 7, 1842, at Friends' Meeting Housed 
Wilmington, Delaware. They removed to Alameda, Cal., in 1852. 
They have six childi'en. 

894. Sarah, born llmo. 9, 1820; married Henry, son of George 
and Jane (Evans) Peterson, lOmo. 28, 1842. They had nine child- 
ren. Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

The Petersons are descended from two brothers (friends of Luther) who 
aided Gustavus Vasa in introducing Protestantism into Sweden; Olaf Peter- 
son translating the Bible into Swedish, and Lawrence Peterson being the first 
Protestant Archbishop of Sweden. 

895. Eliza, born llmo. 25, 1822; married Wesley Burnham 
Clement, son of Jabish T. and Luvia Percival Clement, 9mo, 20, 
1862. They have one child. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 139 

Descendards of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

896. Edward, born 2mo. 14, 1825 ; married Emil^-, daughter of 
William R. and Eliza B. Smith, Wilmington, Del., 9mo. 25, 1856. 
They have eight children. 897. Anna, born 8mo. 6, 182V. Resi- 
dence, Wilmington, Del. 

898. Emily, born 2mo. 23, 1830. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 



Children of Moses and (167) Rachel (Pennington) Starr. 
(See Record of the Starr Family.) 



Children of Jacob and (768) Beulah (Thomas) MendenhalU 

They had three childi'en who died in early infanc}^, the fourth was 

899. Hannah S., (Beulah, Rannah, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 

5mo. 3, 1818, in Waterford, Loudon Co., Va. ; married Lewis D., 

son of Joseph and Susan Worley, lOmo. 10, 1837. They had nine 

children. Residence, Philadelphia. 



Children of (771) William and Hannah (Davis) Thomas. 

900. Edward D., (William, Hannah, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo, 10, 1818 ; died 6mo. 19, 1873. 901. Mary B.,born 8mo. 
7, 1820 ; died lOmo. 11, 1865. 902. Isaac P., born lOmo. 18, 1822; 
died 12mo. 13, 1865. 

903. William Jackson, born 7mo. 12, 1825 ; married Emily D., 
daughter of Reese and Deborah Calvert, 12mo. 22, 1853. They 
had six children. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of (772) Richard P. and Mary Sophia (Ward) 

Jackson. 

904. William Samuel, (Richard P., Joseph, Isaac, William^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 8, 1857. 905. Isabel, born 3mo. 2, 
1859. 906. Lewis, born lOmo. 13, 1860. 



140 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

907. Elizabeth W., born llmo. 11, 1863. 908. Cordelia, born 
*lmo. 18, 1860. 



Children of Cyrus and (174) Artridge P. (Jackson) ^A^aters. 

909. Anne P., {Artridge P., Joseph^ Isaac, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 17, 1844. 

910. Henry Elwell, born llmo. 14, 1845; married ITattie M. 
Burrows, llmo. 14, 1872. 911. Joseph J., born 2mo. 4, 1847. 



Children of (777) Isaac W. and Elizabeth (Pomeroy) Jackson. 

912. William Ayrault, {Isaac W., William, Isaac, William^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 29, 1832 ; died llmo. 11, 1861. Wm. A. 
was a graduate of Union College, having at the early age of fifteen 
entered the Freslnnau Class of that institution. He also attended 
a course of Lectures at the Albany Law School, W'as admitted to 
the Bar in 1853, and immediately commenced practice in the legal 
profession. In a published memoir of him it is recorded that 
*' during his collegiate career, he displayed marked and brilliant 
talents in various departments, and by the exhibition of the frank 
and generous qualities, wliieh were characteristic of him, made 
among the undergraduates of his time, many and warm friends. 
He then more particularly won distinction as a forcible and elegant 
extempore speaker and skillful debater. In these accomplishments 
he was acknowledged to be without a rival among his college co- 
temporaries, and they were at a later period exercised with effect 
on the wider field of political discussion." He was Colonel of the 
18th Regiment of New York Volunteers ; and died at Washington, 
D. C, of fever contracted in his camp. 

913. George Pomeroy, born 4mo. 3, 1884, Residence, Albany, 
N. Y. 914. Gertrude Robinson, born Imo. 3, 1836; died at 
Schenectady, Gmo. 25, 1864. 

915. Julia, born Imo. 28, 1838; married Samuel Tweedy Bene- 
dict, 6mo. 29, 1865. They have three children. Residence, Sche- 
nectady, N, Y. 916. Elizabeth Hart, born 5mo. 8, 1842; mar- 
ried Samuel Betts Lawrence, 4mo. 20, 1865. They have two 
childi'en. Residence, Schenectady. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 141 

Descendants of {"i) William and Katharine {Ililler) Jackson. 

Children of (7t8) William and Emma (Jerome) Jackson. 

917. Mary Jerome, (William, William, Isaac, William, IsnaCj 
Anthony) born 4mo. 21, 1837. In 1871 she established "Koble 
School" for Girls, at Syracuse, N. Y., which, from that time, has 
continued to be successfully conducted under her superintendence ; 
and it now holds rank among the noteworthy or first-class institu- 
tions of learning in our country. 

918. Emma Jerome, born 4mo. 25, 1846 ; married Smith Gurney 
Lapham 12mo. 27, 18G4. He is editor of the newspaper entitled 
" Syracuse Courier." They have three children. 



Children of Robert V. and (785) Anna (Kimber) Massey. 

919. Susanna, (Anna, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 1823 ; married Joseph Lea. They had seven children. 

920. Emmor, born 1825 ; married Marion Y. Lehman. He died 
in 1861. They had one child. 921. George, born 1828. 

922. Robert Y., born 1830 ; married Julia W. Pratt. They had 
two children. 923. William. 924. Edwin. 925. Anna. 
926. Henry. The last four died in infancy. 



Children of (788) Samuel and Susan (Konigmacher) Kimber. 

927. William Henry, (Samuel, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born — . He joined the " Army of the Republic ;" and in 
1862 fell among the " gallant 300 " before Murfreesboro. 

928. Elizabeth. 

Children of Thomas and (790) Mary (Kimber) Janney. 

929. Anna M., (Mary, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 1838 ; married Otto Bergner. He is deceased. 

930. Emmor K., bom 1840 ; married Mary Coggoshall. They 
have four children. 

Children of (794) Henry and Jane (Henry) Kimber. 

931. Sarah P., (Henry, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isnw, Anthony) 
born 1848 ; married D. F. Blandin. 932. Jean, born 1 850 ; married 
William H. Dornay. 933. Abby, born 1853. 934. Emmor, born 1855. 



142 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Charles C. and (Y9.5) Gertrude (Kimber) 

Burleigh. 

935. Edward D., {Gertrude, Susanna., Isaac, William, Isaac, 
AntJiony) born lOmo. 5, 1846. Residence, Philadelphia. 

936. Charles C, born llmo. 14, 1848. Resides in Florence 
Mass., and is an artist. 93T. Theresa, born tmo. 9, 1851. Resi- 
dence, Florence, Mass. 

Children of (797) Joseph J. and Mary Sinton (Miner) 

Lewis. 

938. A son born 6mo. 21, 1828, and died same day. 

939. Anna Meredith, {Joseph. J., Alice, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 6mo. 11, 1829; married Erastus Wentworth and 
sailed with him to China as a missionary of tlie Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, in January, 1855, and died in Foo Chou, China, 
October 2d, following, leaving an infant daughter, who, having been 
sent bade to America, was immediately adopted in the place of her 
mother in the family of her mother's father. 

940. Letitia Miner, born lOmo. 1, 1831 ; married Wayne 
Mac Veagh, 5mo. 22, 1856. She died 6mo. 22, 1862, leaving two 
children. 941. Charles Miner, born lOmo. 1, 1831 ; died 2mo. 22, 
1832. 942. Charlton Thomas, born 2mo. 25, 1834; married 
Nannie McKcen. daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth McKeen, of 
Brunswick, Maine, 7mo. 25, 1861. They have four children. Resi- 
dence, New York. 

943. Josephine J., born 3mo. 9, 1S36 ; married Stephen P., son of 
William and Catharine P. Darlington, 4mo. 21, 1859. They have 
four children. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

944. Enoch Edward, born 7mo. 1, 1838. He entered the Union 
Army as a private in June, 1861, was elected First Lieutenant of 
Company K, in the first California regiment, composed principally of 
Pennsylvanians ; was afterwards promoted to a captaincy. In 1863 
he resigned his appointment, and after remaining out of the service a 
little over a year, was appointed Lieutenant-colonel of the 22d 
Pennsylvania regiment, and in command of that regiment was 
severely wounded before Petersburg, Virginia. In Dec, 1864, he 
received an honorable discharge and afterwards served for several 
years in the United States Navy as paymaster. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 143 

Descendants of (T) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

945. Mary Ellen, born 12mo. 8, 1841 ; married James McKeen, 
of the New York Bar, 4mo. 29, 18TI. 946. Frederick William, 
born 9mo. 29, 1843; died 8mo. 6, 1844. 947. Alice Catharine, 
born 5mo. 13, 1846 ; marrried Charles T. Murphy-, of Philadelphia, 
llmo. 2, 1865. They had six children. 948. Willie Rosalie, 
bom 4mo. 29, 1850. 

Child of (802) William J. and Mary (Hippie) Lewis. 

949. William H., ( William J., Alice., Isaac, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 3, 1836; married Adelia R. Tibben, Imo. 20, 
1859. Adelia R. born 4mo. 6, 1836. They had four children. 



Child of (802) William J. and Jane D. (Coursen) Lewis. 

950. Whitfield J., (William J., Alice, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1849 ; died 6mo. 6, 1873. 



Children of (807) John J. and Margaret Ann (Wilde) Lewis. 

951. Edith, (John J., Lydia, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 6mo. 21, 1863. 952. Alice, born 9mo. 28, 1866. 

953. William Edward, born lOmo. 24, 1868. 954. Frank, born 
2mo. 6, 1871. 955. Charles Bertram, born 4mo. 8, 1872. 

956. Margaret, born 4mo. 29, 1876 ; died lOmo. 19, 1876. 



Children of (809) Henry J. and Mary Ann (Lewis) Lewis. 

957. Emma G., (Henry J., Lydia, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born Imo. 22, 1862. 958. Mary Ellen, born 12mo. 30, 1866. 



Children of Yardley and (812) Hannah (Allen) Warner. 

959. Charles A., (Hannah, Rebecca, Isaac, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 17, 1846 ; died 3mo. 1, 1875. 960. Anne, born 
6mo. 24, 1847. 

961- Rebecca, born 2mo. 25, 1849; married John W. Cadbury, 
son of Joel and Caroline, lOmo. 5, 1871. They have three children. 

962. William Y., born 6mo. 16, 1852. 



144 SEVENTH GENEBATION. 

Descendants of (*1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (!^21) Francis Aristides and Mary (Griffitts) 

Jackson. 

964. Elizabeth, (Francis A., Samuel, Isaac, Williavi, TsaaCj 
Anthony) born llmo. 20, 1859; died 2mo. 21, 18(50. OOS. Helen, 
born Gmo. 1, 1861. 966. Rebecca, born 2mo. 18, 1864. 

967. Mary, born 2mo. 22, 1866. 968. Anna, born 4mo. 11, 1868. 

969. Katharine, born 12rao. 24, 1810. 



Children of f822) Mahlon and Rebecca (Wilson) Phillips. 

9T0. Elizabeth, (Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 9mo. 17, 1808; unmarried. 

971. JosiAH, born 4mo. 27, 181t>; married Mary, daughter of 
Thomas and Rachel Hunt, of Philadelphia, 5mo. 23, 1846. Mary 
born llmo. 30, 1821. Josiah died 12mo. 6, 1868. Mary H. died at 
Kennett, 4mo. 14, 1877, her death resulting from injuries occasioned 
by an accident. They had five children. Rachel Hunt was a 
descendant of Mary (Jackson) Windle, twin sister of William 
Jackson. 

972. Ephraim, born Imo. 27, 1812 ; died (unmarried) 9mo. 1849. 

973. Lydia, born Imo. 28, 1814; married Hadley, son of Simon 
and Sarah Pennock, of Drumore, Lancaster Co., 4mo. 29, 1843. 
Hadley born lOmo. 16, 1809: died 2mo. 15, 1858. Tliey had five 
children. 

974. Mary, bom 2mo. 16, 1816; married Pennock, son of 
Abraham and Alice Marshall, of E. Marlborough, Imo. 2, 1839. 
Pennock born 7mo. 29, 1806. They have four children. Residence, 
West Chester, Pa. 

Children of (822) Mahlon and Dinah (Barnard) Phillips. 

975. Joseph B., (Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 19, 1819; married Anna Wright 6mo. 20, 1876. He 
died 7mo. 3, 1877, at his residence in Tama Co., Iowa. Joseph B., 
during the greater part of his life, was engaged in teaching, chiefly 
in Pennsylvania; and, at one time, was 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 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 145 

Descendants of (V) William and Katharine {Milley^) Jackson. 

for study. Of quick iutellect, retentive memory and diligent appli- 
oation, he ranked high as a scholar, though his modest and un- 
assuming manner revealed to comparatively few the extent of his 
research or the sutlicienc}^ of his scholarship." Among the last 
testimonials to his worth, a contemporary, who knew him well^ 
testified to his intelligence, affability, integrity and Christian char- 
acter, applying to him the tribute upon Joseph of Arimathea : " He 
was a good man and a just " — worthj^ both the love and confidence of 
those who knew him. In 1851 failing health led him westward; first 
to Minnesota, and later, to Tama Co., Iowa, where he finally settled. 

976. John B., born 3mo. 23, 1821 ; married Lydia, daughter of 
Nathan and Hannah Lewis, of West Chester, Pa., 3mo. 25, 1856. 
Lydia died Smo. 16. 1870. John B. died 4mo. 27, 1877. They had 
two children. John B. settled in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1857, 
where he was a practicing physician and also occupied important 
posts 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 liberal education, 
he early exhibited an eager love of learning, both in literature and 
science, and more especially an enthusiastic and discriminating 
taste for music, poetry and other kindred fine art. 

In 1851 he entered the University of Pennsylvania and graduated 
in 1855. In the meantime, however, he spent two years in Europe, 
studying in Heidelberg, Paris and Vienna. In passing through 
Basle, Switzerland, in 1854, he was suddenly arrested and incar- 
cerated on suspicion of being the patriot Mazzini, who was at that 
time an object of vigorous search on account of a recent rising at 
Milan. The event created considerable excitement at the time, 
and was the occasion of reclamation and negotiations between the 
two governments. 

Dr. Phillips possessed qualities of a high order, which with the 
geniality of his nature and comprehensive knowledge acquired 
through years of assiduous research, won for him the confidence 
and unfeigned esteem of many friends.* 

977. James, born 9mo. 6, 1822; married Mary,daughter of Jacob 
and Hannah Pusey, of Hockessin, Del., 9rao. IC, 1846. Mary born 
12mo. 24, 1824. They had three children. Residence, Avondale, 
Chester Co. 



*Oompiled principaHy from obituary notices in leading Western journals. 



146 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

9T8. Rebecca, born 3mo. 17, 1824; died 9mo. 17, 1825. 

979. Edith B., born 12mo. 10, 1825 ; married 9mo. 25, 1855, 
William Warren, son of Jonatlian and Leonora Woodruff, of 
Geneva, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. William W. born 2mo. 3, 1825. 
Edith B. died llmo. 11, 18G4. They had two children. He married 
(2d) Alice, daughter of William and Rebecca Jackson, of London- 
grove, 12mo. 26, 1870. Alice boru 9mo. 15, 1824. Residence, New- 
town, Bucks Co., Pa. William W. formerly Superintendent of the 
Public Schools of Chester Co., has since been occupying a similar 
position in the Count}" of Bucks, 

980. Philena, born 9mo. 26, 1827 ; died llmo. 25, 1856. 

981. Deborah, born 9mo. 26, 1829; died 6mo. 12, 1847. 

982. Hannah, born 7mo. 30, 1831 ; married J. Melancthon Frink. 
They lived at Seattle, Washington Territory, where Hannah died 
12mo. 16, 1875. The}' had three children, but names not ascertained. 

983. Cyrus, born Imo. 22, 1834; died 6mo. 9, 1838. 

984. Sallie G., born 4mo. 24, 1836 ; died 8mo. 3. 1867, at Cottage 
Grove, Minnesota. 



Children of (823) William and Ann (Trimble) Phillips. 

985. Clarkson, {William.^ Lydia, James. William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 9mo. 7, 1813; married Margaretta, daughter of John 
and Lydia Pennington, of Londongrove, Imo. 25, 1849. Mar- 
garetta died llmo. 12, 1861. They had three children. Clarkson 
married (2d) 12mo. 31, 1863, Mar}' P., daughter of John and Mary 
Fenton, of Prairie Grove, Henry Co., Iowa, formerly of Frederick 
Co., Ya. Mary born llmo. 3, 1835. They had four children. Resi- 
dence, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 

986. James, born 12mo. 25, 1814 ; married Frances, daughter of 
John and Susan Price, of Priceville, Bait. Co., Md., 2mo. 18, 1844. 
Frances born 4mo. 2, 1821. James was an architect, and was killed 
by falling from the steeple of a church he was building in Burling- 
ton, Iowa, 7mo. 23, 1855. They had four children. 

987. Sarah Ann, born 9mo. 15, 1816; married Daniel, son of 
Thomas and Jane Matthews, of Gunpowder, Bait. Co., Md., lOmo. 
10, 1841. Daniel born 5mo. 9, 1799 ; died 7mo. 17, 1873. They 
bad seven children. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 147 

Descendants of {*l) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

988. I. Newton, born 9mo. 20, 1818 ; married Mar}-, daughter of 
Charles and Ann Lloyd, of Penn Township, Chester Co., lOmo. 23, 
1855. Mary born 6mo. 30, 1830. Residence, Pomeroy, Chester 
Co. They had five children. 989. Hannah, born llmo. 7, 1820; 
died in infancy. 

990. Elizabeth W., born 2mo. 26, 1821 ; married Isaac, son of 
Jonathan and Sarah Pusey, of Londongrove, 12mo. 9, 1851. Isaac 
born 12mo. 9, 1824 ; died Imo. 6, 1859. They had four children. 
Elizabeth lives in Wilmington, Delaware. 991. Mary R., born 9tno. 
6, 1824 ; married John, son of Thomas and Jane Parker, of Phila- 
delphia, 2mo. 8, 1856. John born 5mo. 4, 1828 ; died lOmo. 24, 
1862. They had three children. 

992. Isaac, born 12mo. 15, 1826 ; married Jemima Yickers, of 
Baltimore, 5mo. 1, 1851. Jemima born 4mo. IT, 1826 ; died in 
Burlington, Iowa, llmo. 19, 1861, leaving three children. Isaac 
married (2d) Lavinia Yaneise, 3mo. 21, 1864. Lavinia born 9mo. 
22, 1839 ; died 9mo. 12, 1874. He resides at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 

993. Lydia, born 7mo. 10, 1828. Residence, Pennsgrove, Ches- 
ter Co. 994. Joseph T., born llmo. 25, 1830; married Mary E., 
daughter of Jonathan and Sarah Pusey, of Londongrove, lOmo. 
30,1856. Mary E. born llmo. 15, 1831. They have three child- 
ren. Residence, near West Grove, Chester Co. 

995. Rebecca J., born 6mo. 9, 1836 ; married Ellis P., son of 
Gainer and Mary C. Moore, of Philadelphia, 2mo. 13, 1858. Ellis 
P. born 3mo. 29, 1829. They have three children. Residence, 
Philadelphia. 



Children of Joseph and (824) Deborah (Phillips) Chambers. 

996. Lydia, {Deborah, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 13, 1810; died (unmarried) 6mo. 5, 1870. 

997. Amy, born 9mo. 15, 1811 ; married George, son of Joshua 
and Philadelphia Sharpless, of London Britain Township, Chester 
Co., lOmo. 13, 1841. George born 5mo. 5, 1809. They had seven 
children. Residence, West Marlborough, Chester Co. 

998. Mary Ann, born llmo. 11, 1812. Residence, New Garden. 

999. Mahlon, born 4mo. 26, 1814; married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Thomas and Phebe Lamborn, of New Garden, 5mo. 16, 1838. 
Elizabeth born 8mo. 1, 1816. Mahlon died 6mo. 2, 1849. They 



148 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

had four children. 1000. Joseph P., born 12tno. 12, 1820 ; married 
Jael, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Cooper, of Sadsbury Township, 
Chester Co., llmo. 22, 1849. Jael born 6mo. 24, 1824. They have 
five children. Joseph inherited his father's farm in New Garden, 
on which he now lives. 1001. Deborah, born 8mo. 7, 1822; died 
8mo. 2, 1824. 

1002. Sarah, born 4mo. (5, 1827; married Charles Paxson, of 
Franklin Township, Chester Co. They removed to Iowa, where 
Sarah died 3mo. 25, 1858. No further record of the family ob- 
tained. 

Children of (826) Isaac and Hannah (Maulej Phillips. 

1003. Anna, {Isaac, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4rao. 12, 1818; married Alexander, sou of Thompson and 
Elizabeth M. Neave, of Cincinnati, Ohio, 12mo. 15, 1842. Alexander 
born 2mo. 18, 1822. They had nine children. 

1004. Deborah, born 9mo. 21, 1820 ; married Thomas M., son of 
Samuel and Esther Harvey, of Penn Township, Chester Co., 9mo. 
16, 1847. Deborah died 8mo. 7, 1853, leaving one child. 

1005. BEN.JAM1N, born llmo. 21, 1823; married Phebe M., 
daughter of Gainer and Mary C. Moore, of Philadelphia, llmo. 3, 
185.3. Phebe M. born Omo. 2, 1826; died 7mo. 28, 1871, leaving 
three children. Benjamin married (2d) 12mo. 5, 1872, to Elizabeth 
P., (born 5mo. 25, 1831) daughter of Fothergill and Sarah W. 
Ogborn, of Philadelphia. Benjamin died llmo. 17, 1877. 

1006. Sarah F., born 2mo. 26, 1830 ; married Samuel, son of 
John and Mary Harper, of London Britain Township, Chester Co., 
9mo. 5, 1854. Samuel born 9mo. 15, 1827; died 9mo. 7, 1872. 
They had five children. 

Children of (828) John J. and Mary J. (Phillips) Phillips. 

1007. Hannah, {John J., Lydia, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 5mo. 3, 1829; died 5mo. 31, 1829. 

1008. Phebe D., born 3mo. 23, 1830; died 2mo. 25, 1862, at St. 
Paul, Minnesota ; buried at Longwood, Chester Co. 

1009. Emily B., born 12mo. 30, 1831; resides with her mother 
at Germantown, Pa. 1010. Henry C, born 9mo. 8, 1833; married 
Catharine J., daughter of Jonathan and Mary W. Magill, of 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 149 

Descendants 0/(1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Solebury, Bucks Co., Pa., 4mo. 19, 1860. Catharine J. born 9mo. 2, 
1833. They had four children. Residence, Philadelphia. 

1011. Robert R., born 5mo. V, 1835; married Maria L., daughter 
of Jacob and Hannah Clayton, of Philadelphia, 5mo. 25, 1865. 
Maria L. born 5mo. 20, 1842. They have three children. Residence, 
Oermantown, Pa. 1012. Edward N., born Imo. 13, 1842; died 
lOmo. 12, 1842. 1013. William E., born Tmo. H, 1843 ; died 8mo. 
22, 1843. 



Children of Thomas and (831) Martha (Jackson) Dixon. 

1014. Rebecca, (Martha, Ephraim, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born ; died . 1015. Miller J., born lOmo. 12, 

1819; married Sarah, daughter of Matthew and Martha Bunting, 
of Hockessin, Del , 5mo. 23, 1823. No children. 



Children of Jonathan and (833) Sarah M. (Jackson) Wilson. 

1016. Elizabeth, {Sarah M., Ephraim, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) horn 9mo. 17, 1825; died 9mo. 19, 1842. 

1017. PusEY, born 3mo. 8, 1827 ; married Rebecca, daughter of 
Abner and Mary Pusey, of Londongrove, Chester Co., 12mo. 18, 
1851. Rebecca born lOmo. 3, 1829. They had six children. Resi- 
dence, Moorestown, N. J. 1018. Theodore, born 12mo. 21, 1828; 
died lOmo. 18, 1837. 1019. Lydia J., born 3mo. 27, 1831; died 
llmo. 26, 1848. 1020. Mary, born 7mo. 1, 1833. Residence, 
Wilmington, Del. 

1021. Ephraim, born lOrao. 10, 1036; married Maria E., daughter 
of John and Mary Dixon, of Kennett Township, Chester Co., llmo. 
15, 1866. Maria E. born 9mo. 8, 1836 ; died 1873. They had three 
children. Ephraim lives in Hockessin, Del. 

1022. Sarah T., born 9mo. 19, 1840. Residence, Wilmington. 
1023 Charles S., born 5mo. 17, 1844; died 7mo. 31, 1867. 



Children of (836) John C. and Rebecca (Preston) Jackson. 
1024. William P., (John C, James, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 6mo. 8, 1822; died 7mo. 19, 1824. 



150 SEVENTH QENEBATION. 

Descendants of {\) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

1025. Eliza Ann, born 6mo. 23, 1824. 1026. John, born 7mo. 
3, 1826; died 7mo. 3, 1826. 1027. Edwin P., born 9mo. 4, 1828; 
married Mar}^ J., daiigliter of John and Kebecea Yeatman, of 
Penn Township, Chester Co., 2mo. 19, 1859. Mary J., born lOmo. 
8, 1840. Edwin P., served four years in the army during the late 
rebellion, and died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 7mo. 24, 1866. They had 
one child. 

1028. Isaac P., born 3mo. 19, 1831 ; married Phobe A., daughter 
of Timothy and Martha Paxson, of Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., 6mo. 
20, 1867. Phebe, born 3mo., 29, 1835. They had four children. 
Residence, Penn Township, Chester Co. 1029. Piiilena P., born 
lOmo. 17, 1833. 1030. Deborah, born lOmo. 19, 1835 ; died lOmo. 
22, 1835. 

Children of Samuel and (837) Lydia P. (Jackson) Brinton. 

1031. James J., {Lydia P., James, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 25, 1824 ; married Elizabeth H , daughter of 
Elijah and Martha Lewis, of Lancaster Co., Pa. Elizabeth H. born 
12mo. 25, 1822. They had seven children. 

1032. Susanna, born 9mo. 27, 1826. 1033. Lewis, born 5mo. 
19, 1829; married, 4mo. 7, 1856, Mary L., daughter of John and 
Elizabeth Boak, of Rochester, Beaver Co., Pa. Mary L. born lOmo* 
28, 1839. They have four children. Residence, Christiana, Pa. 

1034. Cyrus, born 12mo. 2S, 1830 ; married Rebecca, daughter 
of Thomas and Martha Whitson, of Lancaster Co., Pa., 2mo. 12, 
1857. Rebecca born 2mo. 3, 1832. They had five children. Resi- 
dence, Christiana, Pa. 1035. Mary Ann, born 9mo. 26, 1833; 
married Thomas S., son of Vincent and Mary Stubbs, of Fulton 
township, Lancaster Co., 6mo. 20, 1861. Thomas S.,born 7mo. 14. 
1826. They have two children. 

1036. William P., born lOmo. 20, 1835; married Mary E. 
daughter of Mark P., and Sidney Cooper, of Lampeter Township, 
Lancaster Co., 2mo. 14, 1867. Mary E. born 3mo. 29, 1842. They 
have four children. Residence, Christiana, Lancaster Co. 



Children of Benjamin P. and (839) Mary Ann ; Jackson) Buckley. 

1037. Alice J., {Mary Ann, James, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony)\>OY\\ llmo.6, 1828; married, llmo. 8, 1848, Jacob Heckendorn, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 151 

Descendants of (T) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

of Perry Co., Pa., and has two children ; names not ascertained. Resi- 
dence, Pottstown, Pa. He is an inventor and manufacturer of improv- 
ed plows. 1038. William P., born 3mo. 19, 1830 ; married, 12mo. 29, 
1862, Emma Bechtel. Xo children. Residence, Pottstown, Pa. 

\ 1039. Lydia B., born 4mo. 26, 1831 ; died 12mo. 12, 1834. 

\ 1040. Sarah Ann, born 9mo. 16, 1832; married, lOmo. 28, 1863, 
James Fell ; died 8mo, 31, 1865. No children. 

1041. Ellen, born 6mo. 11, 1834 ; married William Powell, 9mo. 
17, 1864. Residence, West Nottingham, Md. No children. 

1042. Mary J., born 3mo. 20, 1836. 1043. James J., born 8mo. 
28, 1838 ; died 7mo. 31, 1852. 1044. Benjamin W., born 4mo. 15, 
1840. Residence, Pottstown, Pa. 

1045. Lewis B., born llmo. 30, 1841 ; married Anne Beiteaman, 
of Hamburg, Berks Co., Pa. Residence, Pottstown, Pa. 

1046. Rebecca E., born 8mo. 19, 1843 ; married, 12mo. IT, 1864, 
John F. Miller, and has children. Residence, Pottstown, Pa. 

The above children were all born in Cecil Co., Md., except the 
eldest, who was born in Lancaster Co., Pa. 



Children of (841) James M. and Margaret (Maar) Jackson. 

1047. James R., (James 31., James, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 7, 1845; died lOmo. 11, 1855. 

1048. Rebecca J., born 5mo. 27, 1846 ; married Amos E., son of 
Levi and Mary Ann Todd, of Cecil Co., Md., 12mo. 22, 1870. They 
have two children. 1049. Barclay R., born llmo. 23, 1847 ; died 
lOmo, 15, 1855. 

Children of Jacob and (843) Edith (Jackson) Graves. 
1050. JosiAH J., (Edith, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4mo. 5, 1823 ; married Rebecca, daughter of William and Sarah 
Barnes, of Chester Co., lOmo. 11, 1844. They had ten children. 
Residence, Philadelphia. 1051. William S., born 8mo. 10, 1825 ; 
lives in Kennett, unmarried. 

1052. Mary Ann, born lOmo. 25, 1827 ; died 8mo. 14. 1832. 

1053. Jackson, born lOmo. 26, 1829; married, 8mo. 27, 1857, 
Mary J., daughter of Joel and Maria Bishop, of Dryden, New York. 
Residence, Danby, Tompkins Co., New York. 

1054. Amanda, born 9mo. 22, 1831 ; died 3mo. 4, 1855. 



152 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

1055. Elizabeth, born Imo. 13, 1834; a teacher at Media, Del. 
Co. 1056. Mary Ann, born 5mo. 8, 1836. 

1057. Harvey, born 7mo. 4, 1838; married Selina D., daughter 
of Amos and Ruhane}^ Pierson, 2mo. 25, 1864. They have five 
children. Harvej' is a paper manufacturer in Nottingham Town- 
ship. 1058. Nathan, born Imo. 10, 1844; died 12rao. 26, 1846. 



Children of Jacob and (844) Martha (Jackson) Way. 

1059. Hannah H., {Mary, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 9mo. 20, 1820 ; married James T., son of John and — 
Pyle, of E. Marlborouirh, Chester Co., 3mo. 14, 1839. They have 
six children. 1060. Josiah, born llmo. .S, 1822; died 12mo. 25, 
1838. 1061. Edith, born 9mo. 31, 1825; died 6mo. 4, 1846. 

1062. Phebe Ann, born 9mo. 24, 1827; married David Larkin, 
2mo. 24, 1854. Phebe Ann died 2mo. 28, 1856. 

1063. Ruth T., born 9mo. 22, 1829 ; married James Hood, 12mo. 
1, 1852. 1064. Ruhaney, born 9mo. 12, 1831; married William 
Cox, 5mo. 4, 1861. She died 9mo. 14, 1866. 1065. Alice, born 
12mo. 19, 1833. 1066. Homer, born 5mo. 15, 1836 ; died 6mo. 4, 
1863. 1067. Maryetta, born 4mo. 11, 1838 ; died 5mo. 4, 1861. 

1068. Jacob H., born 3mo. 2, 1841 ; married Rachel A., daughter 
of Abner Pugh, of E. Nottingham, Chester Co., 3mo. 8, 1866. They 
had two children. Jacob H. is a practicing physician. Residence, 
"West Chester, Pa. 1069. Eliza, born 7mo. 19, 1843; married 
Edward G. Broomall, 12mo. 28, 1865. They had three children. 



Children of (845) Caleb S. and Mary Ann (Gause; Jackson. 

1070. Josiah, {Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 14, 1830; married Mary, daughter of John and Catha- 
rine (Detwiler) Price, of East Coventry, Chester Co., 12mo. 25, 
1860. They had four children. Residence, Kennett Square, Pa. 

1071. Mary C, born 9mo. 6, 1831: married Franklin, son of 
Joshua and Eliza (Mercer) Darlington, of E. Whiteland, Chester 
Co., 4mo. 18, 1865. Franklin born 8mo. 18, 1827. They have two 
children. Residence, E. Nottingham, Chester Co., Pa. 

1072. Ruthanna, born llmo. 12, 1833; married Erastus Miles 
Cravath, son of Orin and Betsey (Northway) Cravath, of Homer, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 153 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

N. Y., 9mo. 18, 1860. They had four children. Residence, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

1073. William S., born Imo. 16, 1836 ; married Helen F. Hunt, 
(widow) daughter of Prof. Fiske, of Amherst, Mass., lOmo. 28, 1875. 
William S. is Secretary and Treasurer of the Denver and Colorado 
R. R. Co. ; his wife a writer of note, and contributor to valuable 
periodicals of the day. Residence, Colorado Springs. 

1074. Margaret B., born 6mo. 25, 1838. Residence, Kennett 
Square, Pa 1075. Hannah, born 2mo. 14, 1842 ; married Joseph 
D., son of John and Catharine D. Price, of E. Coventry, llmo. 25, 
1864. Joseph D. died 7mo. 29, 1871. At the time of his death 
they resided in Doniphan Co., Kansas. Since that time the family 
have resided at Kennett Square, Chester Co. They had four 
children. 

1076. Caleb H., born 5mo. 14, 1844; married Anna B., daughter 
of Huson and Rebecca (Brinton) Taylor, of E. Marlborough, Ches- 
ter Co., 9mo. 17, 1868. Anna died Imo. 25, 1873. They had three 
children. Caleb H. married (2d) 2mo. 3, 1876, to Sara H. Taylor, 
a sister of his first wife. Residence, Baldwin, Dauphin Co., Pa. 

1077. Alice E., born 3mo. 24, 1847; married John T., son of 
John P. and Hannah (Thompson) Chambers, of Kennett Square, 
lOmo. 20, 1870. They have two children. Residence, Kennett 
Square, Pa. 



Children of (846) James and Abigail (Rakestraw) Jackson. 

1078. Mary R., {James., Josiah, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7mo. 4, 1830; married Joseph H., son of Mahlon and Mary 
Brosius, of Oxford Township, Chester Co , 2mo. 15, 1855. Joseph 
born 3mo. 25, 1830. They have three children. Residence, Octo- 
raro, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

1079. Thomas, born llmo. 28, 1832; died 7mo. 28, 1834. 

1080. Eliza, born 5ino. 7, 1834; married Thomas, son of Lewis 
and Dinah (Jackson) Baker, of Londongrove, 6mo. 23, 1855. Tliey 
had seven children. 1081, Edith Ann, born 7mo. 22, 1835; died 
12mo. 14, 1842. 1082. Lydia T., born 4mo. 7, 1837. 

1083. William L., born 3mo. 15, 1839; married Lj'dia W., 
daughter of George and Hannah Walker, of Sadsbury, Lancaster 
Co., 3mo. 6, 1865. Lydia W. born 12mo. 26, 1842. They liavc 



154 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

five children. 1084, Thomas Ellavoop, born 9mo. 5, 1842 ; mar- 
ried Annetta Lucella, daugliter of Owen and Sarah Ann Williams, 
of Sadsburj, Lancaster Co., 8mo. 17, 18(57. Annetta L. born 5mo. 
14, 1841. The}' have tAvo children. 1085. James Josiah, born 
llmo. 4, 184.5; married Josephine, daughter of Abner and Abigail 
Davis, of Upper Oxford, Chester Co., Imo. 9, 1872. Josephine, 
born 3mo. 16, 1849. They have two children. 



Children of (847) William S. and Susanna (Chambers) Jackson. 

108f). Anna, {William S., Josiah, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 3mo. 23, 1831 ; married Robert A., son of William and 
Rachel Jackson, of Lower Oxford ToAvnship, Chester Co., 8mo. 9, 
1849. Robert A. born 5mo. 19, 1824. They have nine children. 
Residence, Elk Neck, Cecil Co., Md. 

10»7. WiLiiELMiNA, born 8mo. l(i, 1833 ; married Howard H., 
son of William and Rachel Jackson, of Lower Oxford, 2mo. 20, 
1855. Howard H., born 9mo. 5, 1830 ; died 5mo. 11, 1866. They 
had one child. Wilhelmiua lives at Landenberg, Chester Co. 



Children of Jacob and (848) Ruhaney (Jackson) Clayton. 

1088. Ediih, {Ruhaney, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 6rao. 15, 1844; married Westley W., son of Washington and 
Rachel Yauce, of Uwchlan, Chester Co., lOmo. 14, 1875. Westley 
W. born 12mo. 18, 1843. 1089. Isaac Ellwood, born 12mo. 25, 
1845. 1090. Josiah J., born 9mo. 29, 1847; married Anna M., 
daughter of Davis and Sarah A. Thomas, 2mo. 5, 1874. Anna M. 
born llmo. 25, 1849. They had one child. 

1091. Sarah, born llmo. 17, 1850. 



Children of (849) Josiah and Mary (Price) Wilson. 

1092. Edward P., {Josiah, Alice, James, William, Isaac, Anthon), 
born llmo. 1, 1841; married Luc}' C, daughter of Rufus and 
Lavinia Munson, of Steuben Co., N. Y., 7mo. 2, 1866. Lucj' C. 
born lOmo. 19, 1848. They have two children. 1093. Alice J., 
born Imo. 30, 1844 , married James M., sou of Benjamin and Sarah 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 155 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

A. Good, of Bucks Co., Pa,, 3 mo. 11, 1869. James M. born Imo 
12, 1842- They had two children. Residence, St. Louis, Missouri. 

1094. Mary Jane, born 4mo. 20, 1846 ; died 9mo. 29, 1848. 

1095. Benjamin P., born 6mo. 12, 1849 ; married Mary T., (born 
2mo. 14, 1850) daughter of James and Ann Jane Mason, of Phila- 
delphia, Imo. 22, 1814. Residence, Philadelphia. 

1096. Rachel P., born 2mo. 15, 1856. 1097. Anna M., born 
llmo. 28, 185Y. 



Children of (850) James C. and Amelia (Spencer) Jackson. 

1098. Mary S., (James C, Thomas, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 19, 1847 ; married Frank, son of Cyrus and Mary 
M. Pyle, of Wilmington, Del., 3mo. 11, 1868. Frank born 6mo. 8, 
1846. They have three children. Residence, California. 

1099. Edward Foulke, born 6mo. 1, 1850. 1100. Francis, born 
9mo. 16, 1859 ; died lOmo. 30, 1859. 

1101. Alice W., born 7mo. 12, 1863. 



Children of (851) John G. and Elizabeth (Bailey) Jackson. 

1102. William B., (John G., Thomas, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Tmo. 13, 1843 ; married Hannah, daughter of Joshua 

and Clendennin, Philadelphia, in 1875. 1103. Thomas, born 

3mo. 21, 1845; married Anna, daughter of Spencer and Eliza 
(Wilson) Chandler, of Hockessin, 9mo. 9, 1875. Anna born 5mo. 
1, 1853. Residence, New Brighton, Pa. 



Children of (853) Caleb H. and Jane (Claypool) Canby. 

1104, Catharine, (Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1819; married Lloyd Balderston in 1843. They 
had twelve children. Residence, Colora, Md. 

1105. Elizabeth, born 1820. 1106. Charles, born 1822; died 
1851. 1107. John, born 1823 ; married Elizabeth Boustead, 1848. 
They had three children. 1108. William Jackson, born 1825; 
married C. Louise Prescott, 1856. They have five children. 

1109. Caleb, born 1827; married Mary D. Preswick, 1853. 
Caleb died 1859. They had two children. 1110. George, born 



156 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

1829 ; married Matilda Goodwin, 1853. They have one child liv- 
ing. 1111. Jane, born 1831 ; married Abel J. Hopkins, 1861. 
They have six children. 1112. Mary, born 1833 ; married Robert 
Culin, 1854. No children. 



Children of (854) Charles and Ann (Richards) Canby. 

1113. Lydia R., ( C7?a7'/f?.s', 7vr//Aari/ie, Ann., William^ haac, An- 
thony) born 1823; married Clarkson Ogden. No children. 

1114. Catharine A., born 1824; married Henry Garrett, 1846. 
They have eight children. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

1115. William R., born 1826; died lOmo. 8, 1836. 



Children of (863) Caleb and Eliza (Montgomery) Harlan. 

1116. Eluarda, (Caleb, John, Ann, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7mo. 3, 1843; married llmo. 1, 1867, to Thomas C. Hutchin- 
son, of Philadelphia, and died 1876. No children. 

1117. E]lizabeth, born 8mo. 16, 1845; died 1864. 

1118. John, born 3mo. 4, 1851. He graduated in a Medical Uni- 
versity in 1872, and died in 1873. 



Children of Henry and (865) Mary Ann (Jackson) Carter. 

1119. John Isaiah, {3Iary Ann, Joel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 24, 182G ; married Rachel Patterson 12mo. 15, 
1851. Rachel died — , — . John I. married (2d) 5mo. 12, 1864, to 
Carrie, daughter of Abrara and Lydia B. Rakestraw. They have 
four children. He is Superintendent of the Experimental Farm of 
Eastern Pennsylvania. 1120. Evan Morris, born 1828 ; died 1829. 

1121. Alice Anna, born llmo. 13, 1830; married Alfred M. 
Brown, 1857. They have one child. 1122. Anna Maria, born 
5mo. 3, 1833; married Cooper Stubbs. Tiiey had seven children. 
Residence, Cooper's Creek, Lancaster Co. 

1123. Henry Harlan, born 12mo. 31, 1835; died 12mo., 1862. 

1124. Edith Rebecca, born 8mo. 25, 1838; married N. Davis 
Scott. They had three children. Residence, Lyle, Lancaster Co. 

1125. Joel Jackson, born 6mo. 16, 1843. 1126. Amelia Kate, 
born 4mo. 7, 1846. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 157 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of John S. and (867) Catharine (Jackson) Maxwell. 

1127. Robert, (Catharine. Joel., John, William., Isaac, Anthony 

born ; married Fanny Hannum, of Kennett Square, Chester 

Co. No children. Robert lost his life at the " Battle of the Wil- 
derness," Va. 1128. Alice M., born ; married David C. Way, 

of Cecil Co., Md. They have four children. Residence in Beau- 
fort Co., N. C. 1129. Harriet, died in early life. 



Children of (868) Jonathan Morris and Eleanor Jane (Scott) 

Jackson. 
1130. Alice Mary, (Jonathan Morris, Joel, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthomj) born 8rao. 3, 1835 ; married Thomas Grubb, in 185.5. They 
have eight children. Residence, Pleasant Grove, Lancaster Co.^ 
Pa. 1131. Hannah Rebecca, born Imo. 11, 1837 ; married Albert 
Haines, lOmo. 19, 1856. They had five children. Residence, 
Pleasant Grove, Lancaster Co. 

1132. Joel, born 5mo. 31, 1839; died llrao. 26, 1862. 

1133. William S., born llmo. 13, 1845. 1134. John M., born 
4mo. 1, 1848. 1135. Walter Davis, born lOmo. 13, 1850; died 
9mo. 11, 1853. 

Children of (868) Jonathan Morris and Margaret (Wright) 

Jackson. 
1136. Ida May. (Jonathan M., Joel, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 11, 1859. 1137. Henry E.. born lOmo. 6, 
1861. 1138. Eva E.. born 3mo. 1, 1864. 



Children of Day and (869) Eliza (Jackson) Wood. 
1139. John J., (Eliza, Joel. John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 
5mo. 7, 1835; died llmo. 13, 1836. 1140. Rachel, born .5mo. 7^ 
1835 ; married Joseph T. Hoke, of W. Virginia, where they now 
reside. They have four children. 

1141. Henry, born 7mo. 24, 1841 ; died 8mo. 2, 1844. 

1142. Edward, born 9mo. 17, 1846. 1143. Day, born 12mo. 25, 
1849 ; married Ann Elizabeth Wood, 12mo. 10, 1874. They have 
one child. 



158 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Nathan and (871) Hannah (Jackson) Milner. 

1144. Alice Hannah, (Hannah, Joel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) bom 2mo. 24, 1842 ; married Josepli A. Roman. They have 
six children. 1145. Joel, born Imo, 28, 1844; died 1811. 



Children of Thomas T. and (872) Amelia Morris (Jackson) 

Hoopes. 

1146. John J., (Amelia M., Joel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 27, 1846. 1147. Alice Mary, born 3mo. 2, 1849; 
married John White, 9mo. 8, 1870. She died 8mo. 25, 1874. Thej^ 
had two children. 1148. Annie Amelia, born lOmo. 8, 1853; 
married William Matthews. The}- have one child. 

1149. Hannah Jane, born 7mo. 29, 1856. 



Children of (873) Joseph T. and Mary (Gray) Jackson. 

1150. Lydia a., (Joseph T., Israel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 2, 1834 ; married Robert T., son of Daniel and 
Elizabeth Cornwell, 5mo. 3, 1859. They have five children. He is 
a lawyer. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 1151. Martha G., born 
llmo. 22, 1836 ; died Imo. 1, 1858. 1152. Sallie, born llmo. 19, 
1838; married Joseph T., son of James T. and Hannah H. T. Mur- 
tagh, llmo. 27, 1867. They had two children. He is a banker in 
West Chester, Pa. 



Children of (875) John and Massey (Lownes) Jackson. 

1153. Rebecca L., (John, Israel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born llmo. 5, 1844; died Imo. 23, 1861. 1154. Joseph L., born 
8mo. 27, 1846 ; married Anna E. Rice, lOmo. 5, 1869. They have 
two children. He is of the firm of Flinn & Jackson, dealers in 
stoves, heaters, ranges and house-furnishiug goods, Wilmington, 
Del. 1155. Anna E., born 9mo, 30, 1857. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 159 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Child of and (8T6) Maria Jackson. 

1156. Anna, (3Iaria, Israel, John, William, Imac, Anthony) 
married, llmo. 21, 1854, to Samuel Harvey Baker. Anna died 2mo. 
28, 1856, leaving one child. 

Children of William and (87V) Rebecca (Jackson) Preston. 

1157. Israel J., (Eebecca, Israel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 29, 1836 ; died 2mo. 22, 1857. 1158. Sarah Ann, born 
lOmo. 15, 1837; died 5mo. 1,1842. 1159. Annie Maria, born 5rao. 
11, 1840. 

1160. Mahlon Henry, born lOmo. 31, 1842; died llmo. 17, 
1867. 1161. Sarah, born 5mo. 8, 1845. 1162. Lydia Ann, born 
8mo. 6, 1848; died 9mo. 1, 1S70. 1163. William Edgar, born 
llmo. 14, 1850; died 3mo. 14, 1851. 1164. William Leslie, born 
8mo. 12, 1852 ; died lOmo. 17, 1852. 

1165. Ada Rebecca, born 9ino. 24, 1853 ; died 2mo. 23, 1857. 

1166. Frank Herbert;, born 5mo. 11, 1859 ; died 6mo. 26, 1859. 

1167. Harlan Jackson, born 12mo. 30, 1863. 



Children of George and (878) Sarah (Jackson) Ladley. 

1168. Joel Swayne, {Sarah, Israel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thonij) born 4mo. 14, 1840 ; died 3mo. 15, 1841. 

1169. Adelaide Elizabeth, born Imo. 14, 1843; died 4mo. 8, 
1872, in her 30th year, at Asheville,X. C; buried at West Chester, 
Pa. 1170. Joshua Harlan, born 12mo. 1, 1845; married Abbic 
Garrett, 8mo. 1, 1866. They had five children. 

1171. Sarah Jackson, born 2mo. 18, 1853; married Edward Jcs- 
sup, lOmo. 20, 1875. One child. Residence in Western New York. 



Children of (879) Israel and Jane (Taylor) Jackson. 

1172. Joseph T., {Israel^ Israel, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 30, 1846. 1173. Elizabeth, born Imo. 10, 1848; mar- 
ried 2mo. 13, 1873, Lewis Marshall Haines, (born lOrao. 12. IH40.) 
They have two children. Residence, Elkton, Cecil Co., Md. 

1174. Sadie, born 8mo. 3, 1 • ' :. 



160 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (881) John J. and Mary (Harlan) Monaghan. 

1175. Hannah J., {John ,/., Hannah^ John, William^ Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 4, 1836; married Benjamin, son of Lownes and 
Rachel (Baker) Taylor, of West Goshen, Chester Co., 3mo. 11, 
1862. They have six children. Residence, Red Wing, Minnesota. 



Child of (882) William and Hannah (Blake) Monaghan. 

1176. WiLLiAMANNA, {William, Hannah, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 12, 1843; married Levi, son of Thomas and! 
Ellen Lewis, lOmo. 14, 1875. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 



Children of Everard and (8<s4) Mary T. (Jackson) Conard. 

1177. Rebecca J., {Mary T., William, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 6mo. 5, 1840. 1178. Alice A., born lOmo. 26, 1841; 
died lOmo. 11, 1863. 1179. Jesse, born 6mo. 30, 1844; died llmo. 
24,1852. 1180. William J., "born 8mo. 31, 1847; died 8mo. 19, 
1848. 1181. Isaiah, born 8mo. 21, 1849; died 2mo. 10, 1850. 

1182. Milton E., born 6mo. 6, 1851. 

1183. Bertha M , born 7mo. 28, 1862. 



Children of Simmons and (885) Emeline (Jackson) Coates. 

1184. (iERTRUDE, {Emeline, William. John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 5, 1843 ; married Ezra, son of Geoi'ge and Anna 
Webster, Imo. 17, 1867. They had two children. Residence in 
Cain, Chester Co. 1185. Elizabeth J., born 7mo. 13, 1846 ; mar- 
ried Marriot, son of Clarkson and Rachel Brosius, 3mo. 18, 1869. 
They have three children. Residence, Lancaster, Pa. 

1186. Anna Deborah, born 8mo. 1, 1848; died llmo. 10, 1873^ 

1187. Rebecca, born 8mo. 9, 1851; married Samuel Grumbine, 
5mo. 5, 1854. Residence, Titusville, Pa. 1188. Evangeline, born 
2mo. 20, 1853. 1189. Lavinia Jane, born 5mo. 4, 1858. 

1190. Emma Simmons, born 5mo. 21, 1863. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 161 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Charles and (887) Elizabeth (Jackson) Dingee. 

1191. Marie, (Elizabeth, William, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 23, 1849 ; married Benjamin D., son of John R. and 
Catharine D. Price, lOmo, 23, 18*72. They have one child, Benja- 
min D. is an architect in Philadelphia. 

1192. William J., born 7mo. 22, 1854. 



Children of (889) Isaac and Ellen S. (Coates) Jackson. 

1193. LoRA C, {Isaac, William, John, William, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 30, 1855. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

1194. William E., born 12mo. 24, 1857. Residence, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Children of Enos H. and (891) Catharine (Jackson) Barnard. 

1195. William J., ( Ca^/iarme, William, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 30, 1867. 1196. Helen P., born 8mo. 5,1869. 



Children of (892) William and Rachel (Pusey) Webb. 

1197. Benjamin, {William, Katharine, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Tmo. 2,1840; married Sarah, daughter of Achilles 
and Beulah (Xuthauk) Williams, 5mo. 23, 1867, at Richmond, 
Indiana. 

1198. Henry Pusey, born lOrno. 22, 1842; married Annie, 
daughter of Elias John and Sarah Ann (Stehley) Sneeder, 4mo. 4, 
1871. 1199. William, born 12mo. 29, 1844; married Emily, 
daughter of John and Julia (Burgoon) Sanborn, llmo. 28, 1867. 



Children of (892) William and Hannah C. (Smith) Webb. 

1200. Charles, {William, Katharine, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 2mo. 15, 1856. 1201. Asa Bell, born 5mo. 10. 1858. 

1202. Pennock Pusey, born 4mo. 3, 1860. 

1203. Theodore Winturop, born 5mo. 12, 1863. 

11 



162 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {^) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Norris and (893) Mary (Webb) Palmer. 

1204. Kate, {Mary, William, Katharine, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born in Wilmington, Del., 4mo. 4, 1843. 

1205. Edward Tatnall, born in Wilmington, Del., 8mo. 4, 1845 ; 
died at San Francisco, Cal , 12mo. 25, 1853. 120G. Linwood, born 
in Wilmington, Del., lOmo. 4, 1848. He is a stock broker in San 
Francisco, Cal. 120T. Norris W., born at San Francisco, Cal., 
Imo. 19, 1854. Stock-raiser and dairyman, San Luis Obispo Co., 
Cal. 1208. William Webb, born at Alameda, Cal., 5mo. 24, 1856. 
Stock-raiser and dairyman, San Luis Obispo Co., Cal. 

1209. Mary Emily, born in Alameda, Cal., 6mo. 17, 1860. 



Children of Henry and (894) Sarah (Webb) Peterson. 

1210. Emily, {Sarah, William, Katharine, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born llmo. 8, 1844 ; died 4mo. 13, 1850. 1211. George, 
born 9mo. 27, 1847 ; died 4mo. 20, 1850. 1212. Katharine Webb, 
born 8mo. 1, 1849. 1213. Arthur, born 9mo. 20, 1851. 

1214. Edmund Deacon, born 4mo. 22, 1853. 1215. Mary, born 
6mo. 4, 1855. 1216. Mabel, born 4mo. 12,1857. 1217. Frances, 
born llmo. 8, 1858. 1218. Walter, bom Imo. 7, 1860. 



Child of Wesley Burnham and (895) Eliza (Webb) 

Clement. 

1219. RoswELL Percival, {Eliza, William, Katharine, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 19, 1867. 



Children of (896) Edward and Emily (Smith) Webb, 

1220. Catharine, {Edward, William, Katharine, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 24, 1858. 1221. Oliver, born 7mo. 12, 1860. 
1222. Richard, born 4mo. 3, 1863. 1223. Eliza, born 3mo. 20, 
1865, in Minnesota. 1224. Edward, born 7mo. 27, 1867. 

1225. George, born lOmo. 12, 1869. 1226. Walter, born Imo. 
16, 1873, in California. 1227. Alfred, born 3mo. 30, 1875, in 
California. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 163 

Descendants 0/ (T) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Lewis D. and (899) Hannah S. (Mendenhall) 

Worley. 

1228. Beulah Elma, (Hannah 31., Beulah, Hannah, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 1, 1838; married Xathan Birdsall, 9ino. 
30, 18t3. 1229. Susan R., born 4mo. 12, 1840. 

1230. Sarah Elizabeth, born 9mo. 8, 1842; married James 
Walters, 4mo. 9, 1874. 1231. Lydia Williams, born 12mo. 17, 
1844. 1232. Jane Walker, born lOmo. 21, 1847. 

1233. Eliza Brown, born 7mo. 5, 1850 ; married David A. Beans 
9mo. 13, 1870. 1234. Marianna, born 8mo. 6, 1853. 

1235. Florence, born 6mo. 19, 1856. 1236. Ellen Janney, born 
9mo. 1, 1859. 



Children of (904) William J. and Emily D. (Calvert) Thomas. 

1237. William R., (William J., William, Hannah, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 2, 1854. 1238. Hannah M., born 
7mo. 13, 1858. 1239. Eli Lewis, born 8mo. 25, 1860. 

1240. Elmer Ellsworth, born Imo. 25, 1863. 

1241. Edward Lincoln, bom 2mo. 12, 1866. 

1242. Elizabeth, born llmo. 27, 1868. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of Samuel Tweedy and (915) Julia (Jackson) Benedict. 

1243. Mariette, (Julia, Isaac W., William, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) bom 5mo. 17, 1866. 1244. William Jackson, 
born 8mo. 31, 1869. 1245. Russell, born 7mo. 14, 1874. 



Children of Samuel Betts and (916) Elizabeth Heart 
(Jackson) Lawrence. 

1246. Gertrude Jackson, (Elizabeth H., Isaac W., William, 
Isaac, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 11, 1866. 

1247. Angelica Hamilton, born Imo. 31, 1873. 



164 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Smith Gurney and (918) Emma Jerome 

(Jackson) Lapham. 

1248. William Gray, (Emma Jerome., William., William., Isaac, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born Irno. 11, 1866; died 9mo 10, 1866. 

1249. Annie, born 7rao. 5, ISflT. 1250. William Gray, born 
llmo. 6, 1870. 

Children of Joseph and (919) Susanna (Massey) Lea. 

1251. Anna M., (Susanna, Anna, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1844 ; married 4rao. 17, 1877, to Henry Meri'itt of 
London — has distinguished herself as an artist in London. Ilenry 
died 7mo. 10, 1877. 

1252. Florence, born 1846; died 1850. 1253. Frances, born 
1847; married Arthur N. Whiting; died 1877. They had three 
children. 

1254. Bertha, born 1848 ; married Charles A. Low. They have 
two children. 1255. Gertrude, born 1851 ; married William H. 
Fearing. They have two children. 1256. Julia, born 1853. 

1257. Marion, born 1861. 



Child of (920) Emmor and Marion Y. (Lehman) Massey. 

1258. Susan, (Emmor, Anria, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1857. 

Children of (922) Robert V. and Julia W. (Pratt) Massey. 

1259. Anna, (Robert V., Anna, Susanna, Isaac, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1855 ; married Henry Drayton. 1260. Celeste D., 
born 1860. 

Children of (930) Emmor K. and Mary (Coggeshall) Janney. 

1261. Marianna, (Emmor K., Mary, Susanna, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) horn 1S10. 1262. Thomas, born 1872. 



Child of Erastus and (939) Anna Meredith CLewisjWentworth. 

1263. Anna Lewis, (Anna M., Joseph J., Alice, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 12, 1855. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 1G5 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Wayne and (940) Letitia Miner (Lewis) 

Mac Veagh. 
1264. Lincoln, (Letitia if., Joseph J.. Alice, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Tmo. 4, 1858. 1265. Charles Miner, born 
6mo. 5, 1860. 



Children of (942) Charlton T. and Nannie (McKeen) Lewis. 

1266. Joseph, (Charlton T., Joseph J., Alice, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Tmo. 26, 1863. 1261. Charlton T., born 
3mo. 4, 1865. 1268. Elizabeth Dike, born 8mo. 5, 1872. 



Children of Stephen P. and (943) Josephine J. (Lewis) 

Darlington. 

1269. Catharine P., (Josephine J., Joseph J., Alice, Isaac, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 4, 1860. 

1270. Wayne Mac Veagh, born lOmo. 16, 1862. 

1271. Frederick William, born 8mo. 9, 1864. 

1272. Mary Lewis, born 3mo. 9, 1866. 



Children of Charles T. and (947) Alice Catharine (Lewis) 

Murphy. 
1273. Georgina Kelton, (Alice C, Joseph J., Alice, Isaac, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 26, 1866. 1274. Alice L., 
born 3mo. 12, 1868. 1275. Willie Alda, born 12mo. 31, 1870; 
died 1875. 1276. Charles Thornton, born 3mo. 18, 1872. 
1277. Lewis, born lOmo. 16, 1874. 



Children of (949) William H. and Adelia R. (Tibbenj Lewis. 

1278. John T., (William H., William J., Alice, Isaac, IVilliam, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 29, 1860. 1279. Emma Adelia, born 
lOmo. 23, 1861. 1280. William J., born 9mo. 24, 1863. 

1281. Minnie Lavalette, born 2mo. 9, 1866. 



166 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of John W. and (961) Rebecca (Warner) Cadbury. 

1282. Hannah W., (Rebecca, Hannah, Rebecca, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) horn lOmo. 12,1812. 1283. Caroline, born llmo. 
1, 1873. 1284. Eleanor, born 2mo. 24, 1875. 



Children of (971; Josiah and Mary (Hunt) Phillips. 

1285. Thomas, (Josiah, Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, IsaaCj 
Anthony) born 4mo. 6, 1847 ; died 3ino. 6, 1848. 

1286. Lizzie H., born 9nio. 6, 1849 ; married William T., son of 
Lewis and Frances Gause, of New London, Chester Co., 12mo. 5, 
1868. William T., born 6mo. 25, 1838. Residence, Kennett Square. 

1287. Clementine R., born 6mo. 6, 1851 ; died 7mo. 19, 1872. 

1288. William H., born llmo. 6, 1854. He is a printer in Wil- 
mington, Del. 



Children of Hadley and (973) Lydia (Phillips) Pennock. 

1289. Edward, (Lydia, Mahlon, Lydia, James, William,, IsaaCj 
Anthony) born 5mo. 2, 1844; died 4mo. 22, 1870. 

1290. Wilson, born 3mo. 17, 1846. 1291. Granville, born 
llmo. 22, 1848. 1292. Alfred, born 2mo. 5, 1851 ; died 8mo. 9, 
1852. 1293. Anna Mary, born 6mo. 28, 1855. 



Children of Pennock and (974) Mary (Phillips) Marshall. 

1294. Alice, (Mary, Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 3mo. 27, 1840 ; married, 4mo. 24, 1862, to Wilton, son 
of John and Lydia Agnew, of Kennett Township. Wilton born 
Brno. 18, 1825. Residence, Kennett Square. 1295. Charles, born 
6mo. 30, 1842. 1296. Helen R., born lOmo. 8, 1844. 

1297. Clara, born 5mo. 5, 1847. Professor in the Female 
Medical College, Philadelphia. 



Children of (976) John B. and Lydia (Lewis) Phillips. 

1298. Percy B., (John B., Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, Isaacy 
Anthony) born Imo. 10, 1858. 1299. Herbert, born 9mo. 25, 1865. 



EIOHTH GENERATION. 167 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (977) James M. and Mary (Pusey) Phillips. 

1300. Norwood, {James J/., Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 26, 1850 ; died lOmo. 26, 1850. 

1301. Lucy N., born 3mo. 3, 1851. 1302. Charles Frederick, 
born 6mo. 29, 1855. 



Children of Wm. Warren and (979) Edith B. (Phillips) 

Woodruff. 

1303. Lucy E., {Edith B., Mahlon, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 6mo. 13, 1858. 1304. William W., born 7mo. 31 

1860. ' 



Children of (985) Clarkson and Margaretta (Pennington) 

Phillips. 

1305. Henry C, {Clarkson, William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 31, 1850. 1306. Theodore, born 3mo. 
3, 1853 ; died 5mo. 9, 1853. 1307. Mary Ella, born 8mo.l0, 1857. 



Children of (985) Clarkson and Mary P. (Fenton) Phillips. 

1308. Lucy R., {Clarkson, William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 20, 1864. 1309. James T., born 2mo. 5, 
1871. 

1310. Isaac F., born 12mo. 3, 1872. 1311. William P., born 
2mo. 10, 1875. 



Children of (986) James and Frances (Price) Phillips. 

1312. Jous J., {James, William, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 12mo, 25, 1844 ; married Ellen, daughter of John 
W. and Elizabeth Brown, of London, England, 4mo. 7, 1870. Ellen 
born 8mo. 28, 1849. They have two children. 

1313. Henry W., born 7mo. 18, 1846; died 4mo. 29, 1848. 

1314. James W., born 7mo. 29, 1849. 1315. Eli M., born 6mo. 
13, 1853. 



168 ElOETII GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Daniel and (987) Sarah Ann (Phillips) Matthews. 

1316. Emma A., {Sarah Ann, William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 28, 1842 ; married, 3mo. 12, 1868, to 
William, son of Warwick and Miranda Price, of Glencoe, Balti- 
more Co., Md. William born lOmo. 14, 1841. Tlicy have three 
children. 1311. Joanna, born lOmo. 10, 1843. 

1318. William T., born 4rao. 22, 1845; died »;mo. 24, 1845. 

1319. Clarkson p., born 3mo. 23, 1846 ; married, 12mo. 7, 1871, 
to Mary Virginia, daughter of Borley and Mary Ann Royston, of 
Hereford, Baltimore Co., Md. Mary Virginia born 6mo. 22, 1853. 
They have one child. 1320. Anna T., born 8mo. 29, 1848. 

1321. Virginia, born 11 mo. 27, 1849. 1322. Charles, born 2mo. 
23, 1851. 



Children of (988) I. Newton and Mary (Lloyd) Phillips. 

1323. Willie B., {I. Newton, William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 3, 1859 ; died 6mo. 13, 1859. 

1324. Charles C, born 6mo. 1, 1860. 1325. IIettie L., born 
6mo. 11, 1864. 1326. Morris F., born 3mo. 5, 1867. 

1327. Willie G., born 9mo. 3, 1868. 



Children of Isaac and (990) Elizabeth W. (Phillips) Pusey. 

1328. Edmund Franklin, (^Zizafte^/^ W., William, Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 3, 1852; died 8mo. 17, 1853. 

1329. William J., born 4rao. 3, 1854; died 5mo. 17, 1874. 

1330. Morris J., born llmo. 26, 1855. 1331. Mary L, born 
2mo. 26, 1858. 



Children of John and (991) Mary R. (Phillips; Parker. 

1332. Charles Mercer, {Mary R., William, Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 30, 1856. 

1333. Emmett Newton, born 5mo. 12, 1859. 

1334. Anna Trimble, born 8mo. 11, 1861 ; died 5mo. 24, 1869. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 169 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine (3Iiller) Jackson. 

Children of (992) Isaac and Jemin:ia (Vickersj Jackson. 

1335. William B., {Isaac, William, Lydia. James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 1, 1856. 1336. Walter J., born 6mo. 
16, 1857. 1337. Anna Belle, born 6mo. 16, 1859 ; died 9mo. 10, 

1860. 



Children of (994) Joseph T, and Mary E. (Pusey) Phillips. 

1338. Calvin J., (Joseph T., William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 5, 1857. 1339. Anna T., born 4mo, 
17, 1859. 1340. M. Ida, born lOino. 12, 1860. 



Children of Ellis P. and (995) Rebecca J. (Phillips) Moore. 

1341. Mary H., (Rebecca J., William, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 24, 1860. 1342. Anne, born 6mo. 20, 
1862. 1343. Ellis P., born 9mo. 16, 1870. 



Children of George and (997) Amy (Chambers) Sharpless. 

1344. Deborah, (Amy, Deborah, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 15, 1842; died 2mo. 6, 1843. 

1345. Joshua, born llmo. 11, 1843 ; married Mary Ellen, daughter 
of Evan and Joanna Brown, of Xew Garden, Chester Co., 6mo. 2, 
1875. Mary Ellen born 7 mo., 1843. 1346. Mary, born 8tuo. 10, 
1845. 1347. Lydia, born 8mo. 10, 1845. 1348. Joseph C, born 
i2mo. 21, 1847. 1349. Edith, born 3mo. 4, 1850. 

1350, John P., born llmo. 15, 1851. 



Children of (999) Mahlon and Elizabeth (Lamborn) 

Chambers 

1351. Thomas L., (M%hlon, Deborah, Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3aio. 5, 1840 ; married Rebecca, daughter of 
Andrew Mercer, of Londongrove, 1863. Thomas died 4mo. 20, 1867. 
They had two children. 

1352. Phebe a., born 5mo. 15, 1842; married John Cox, of 
Kennett, Imo. 12, 1865. They have two children. 



170 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

1353. Phillips, born Imo. 31, 1845 ; married Pliebe M., daughter 
of Isaac and Amy Larkin, of New Garden, 2mo. 15, 1870. They 
have one child. 1354. Hobson, born 4mo. 19, 1847 ; died 4mo. 18, 
185G. 



Children of (1000) Joseph P. and Jael (Cooper) Chambers. 

1355. James C, {Joseph P., Deborah., Lydia, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 5, 1851. 1356. Deborah P., born r2mo. 
14, 1854. 1357. Sarah B., born 9mo. 27, 1856. 1358. Joseph C, 
born 9mo. 1, 1859. 1359. Charles P., born 9mo. 1, 1859. 



Children of Alexander and (1003) Anna (Phillips) Neave. 

1360. Isaac P., (Anna, Deborah, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 28, 1844; killed on United States gun-boat 
Undine, on the Tennesee River, lOmo. 3, 1864. 

1361. William, born 3mo. 11, 1846; married •Clementine, 
daughter of Benjamin C. and Matilda Taylor, of Dayton, Ohio, 6mo. 
17, 1873. Clementine, born 4mo. 19, 1851. Residence, Muncie, 
Indiana. 1362. Elizabeth M., born 12mo. 18, 1848 ; married 
Daniel Winters, son of Zeno and Hannah Haydock, of Indiana, 
8mo. 20, 1874. Daniel born 2mo. 11, 1846. They have one child. 
Residence, Amboy, Miami Co., Indiana. 

1363. Sarah, born 7mo. 21, 1850; died lOmo. 27, 1855. 

1364. Edward P., born 8mo. 6, 1852. 1365. Frank M., born 
9mo. 23, 1854; died 8mo. 26, 1855. 1366. Albert A., born 7mo. 
16, 1856. 1307. Emma, born 3mo. 23, 1859. 1368. Hattie L., 
born 5mo. 28, 1861 ; died 4mo. 16, 1864. 



Child of Thomas and (1004) Deborah (Phillips) Harvey. 

1369. Anna P., {Deborah, Isaac, Lydia, James, William, Isaac, 

Anthony) born ; married Zebedee, son of Zebedee and Elizabeth 

Haines, of Crosswicks, Burlington Co., X. J., 12mo. 22, 1870. They 
have three children. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 171 

Descendants of (t) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (1005) Benjamin and Phebe M. (Moore) Phillips. 

13T0. Edward, {Benjamin^ Isaac, Lydia, James, William, IsaaCy 
Anthony) burn lOmo. 31, 1854; died 1876. 1371. Charles Henr"y, 
born 3mo. 14, 1859. 1372. William M., born 9mo. 17, 1861. 



Children of Samuel and (1006) Sarah F. (Phillips) Harper. 

1373. Horace J. W., {Sarah F., Isaac, Lydia, James, William^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 29, 1852 ; died 3ino. 31, 1857. 

1374. J. C. B., born 8mo. 17, 1858. 1375. B. Franklin, born 
Imo. 12, 1861. 1376. I. Phillips, born 2mo. 6, 1867. 

1377. Anna M., born 2mo. 1, 1870. 



Children of (1010) Henry C. and Catharine J. (Magill) Phillips. 

1378. Caroline, {Henry C, John J., Lydia, James, Williamy 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 29, 1861 ; died 8mo. 6, 1861. 

1379. George Chapman, born 7mo. 30, 1862. 

1380. Ryland VVarriner, born 6mo. 6, 1866. 

1381. Howard Magill, born lOmo. 18, 1868. 



Children of (1011) Robert R. and Maria L. (Clayton) Phillips. 

1382. Mary C, {Robert R., John J., Lydia, James, William^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 7, 1867. 1383. Lizzie T., born Imo. 
18, 1870. 1384. Jennie C, born lOmo. 18, 1872. 



Children of (1017) Pusey and Rebecca (Pusey) Wilson. 

1385. Elizabeth ?.,{Pusey, Sarah M., Ephraim, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 5, 1853 ; married Henry B. Williams, of 
Moorestown, N. J., lOmo. 27, 1875. 

1386. Theodore, born 2mo. 25, 1855. 1387. Ida Mary, born 
Smo. 23, 1857; died 8mo. 18, 1860. 1388. Helen Fithian, born 
12mo. 5, 1862. 1389, Mary Rebecca, born 2mo. 19, 1865. 

1390. Sarah Huston, born 12mo. 6, 1867. 



172 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Child of (1021) Ephraim and Maria E. (Dixon) Wilson. 

1391. Charles S., (Ephraim, Sarah 31, Ephraim, James, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 10, 1868. 1392. Samuel D., bora 
lOrao. 7, 18G9. 1393. Mary S. l)om 12mo. 4, 1871. 



Child of (1027) Edwin P. and Mary J. (Yeatman) Jackson. 

1394. Emma, {Edwin P., John C, James, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 25, 1859. 



Children of (1028) Isaac P. and Phebe A. (Paxson) Jackson. 

1395. Anna ^.,' {Isaac P., John C, James, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Otno. 23, 1868. 1396. William, born lOmo. 14, 
1869; died 8mo. 3, 1870. 

1397. Joseph P., born 6mo. 25, 1871. 1398. Martha P., born 
8mo. 23, 1875. , 

Children of (1031) James J. and Elizabeth H. (Lewis) Brinton. 

1399. Emma, {James J., Lydia P., James, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born llmo. 7, 1846. 

1400. Henry, born 2mo. 6, 1848 ; married Rachel, daughter of 
Abraham and Susanna Cawley, of Swedesboro, N. J., lOmo. 19, 
1874. Rachel, born 8lqo. 10, 1840. They have one child 

1401. Samuel L. born 5mo. 18,1849; married Elizabeth, daughter 
of William B. and Ellen Smith, of West Chester, Pa., 3mo. 4, 1874. 
Elizabeth, born 9mo. 13, 1849. They have one child. 

1402. Alfred, born 12mo. 20, 1852. 1403. Howard, born 4mo. 
15,1854. 1404. Edwin P., born 5mo. 19, 1861. 1405. Clara, born 
6mo. 29, 1863. 

Children of (1033) Lewis and Mary L. (Boak) Brinton. 

1406. Rilla W., {Lewis, Lydia p., James, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 10, 1857. 1407. Charles Edgar, born 3mo. 
25, 1860. 1408. Walter, born 9mo. 28, 1863. 1409. Lydia S., 
born Imo. 26, 1869. 



EIQHTE OENEEATTON. I73 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (1034) Cyrus and Rebecca (Whitson) Brinton. 

1410. Francis W., {Gyrus, Lydia P., James, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 29, 1857. 1411. Thomas Luther, born 
9mo. 21, 1860. 

1412. William Haslan, born 3mo. 24, 1864. 1413, Anna H., 
born 2mo. 23, 1867. 1414. Martha Alice, born 12mo. 30, 1873. 



Children of Thomas S. and (1035) Mary Ann (Stubbs) Brinton. 

1415. Lewis K., {Mary Ann, Lydia P., James, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 28, 1862. 1416. Slater R., born 6mo. 
28, 1862. 



Children of (1036) William P. and Mary E. (Cooper) Brinton. 

1417. Lucy C, {William P., Lydia P., James, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 15, 1868. 1418. Morris J., born 2mo. 
22,1870. 1419. Anna L., born 6mo. 12, 1873. 1420. Alice, born 
8mo. 5, 1875. 



Children of Amos and (1048) Rebecca (Jackson) Todd. 

1421. Benton L., {Rebecca, James M., James, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 4, 1871. 1422. Margaret Jackson, born 
llmo. 24, 1872. 



Children of (1050) Josiah J. and Rebecca (Barnes) Graves. 

1423. Mary Lizzie, {Josiah J, Edith, Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 23, 1845 ; died 8mo. 7, 1855. 

1424. Edith W.,born Imo. 3, 1847 ; married J. Milton, (born Imo. 
4, 1845) son of George and Ruth Ann Bullock of Birmingham, Del- 
aware Co., Pa., 5mo. 3, 1866. They have five children. Residence, 
Chadd's Ford, Del. Co. Pa. 1425. Howard L., born 4mo. 11, 1850. 

1426. Bayard T., born 5mo. 22, 1S52; married Mary, daughter 
of James and Elizabeth Miller of Philadelphia, 6mo. 5, 1873. They 
have one child. 



174 EIOUTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

1427. Jacob B., born 2mo. 17, 1854. 1428. Frank P., born 4rao. 
25, 1858; died 6mo. 9, 18G1. 1429. Ella P., born 9mo. 21, 18(10. 

1430. Edward, born 9mo. 21, 1860. 1431. Luther, born 9nH). 
12, 1862. 1432. Sallie Florence, born 3mo. 24, 1864. 



Children of (1057) Harvey and Selina D. (Pierson) Graves. 

1433. Fred P., {Harvey, Edith, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo. 2, 1865. 1434. William Lea, born lOmo. 15, 
1867. 1435. Lillian, born Imo. 19, 1872. 1436. Edith R., born 
8mo. 31, 1875. 1437. Everett, born 8mo. 31, 1875. 



Children of James T. and (1059) Hannah H. (Way) Pyle. 

1438. JosiAH W., {Hannah H., Mary, Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) horn Brno. 14, 1842; married Lydia Elma, daughter 
of William and Sarah Rakestraw of E. Marlborough, Chester Co., 
12mo. 27, 1866. They have three children. 

1439. Amy, born 3mo. 4, 1846 ; married Thomas Whitson, of 
New Garden, 3mo. 14, 1867. They have three children. 

1440. Clara, born 3mo. 20, 1848. 1441. J. Howard, born 8mo. 
3, 1855. 1442. J. Ellsworth, born 7mo. 17, 1861. 

1443. Homer Way, born Imo. 29, 1864. 



Children of (1068) Jacob H. and Rachel A. (Pugh) Way. 

1444. Lottie, {Jacob H., Mary, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 2mo. 24, 1867. 1445. Joy, born Umo. 20, 1870; 
died 12mo. 14, 1872. 



Children of Edward G. and (1069) Eliza (Way) Broomall. 

1446. Charles Melvern, {Eliza, Mary, Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 1, 1868; died 5mo. 8, 1874. 

1447. Alice Way, born lOmo. 10, 1871; died 4mo. 19, 1874. 
An infant son born 9mo. 18, 1875 ; died 9mo. 18, 1875. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 175 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Millet') Jackson. 

Children of (1070) Josiah and Mary (Price) Jackson. 

1448. Helen, (Josiah, Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo., 1862. 1449. Dugald, born 2mo., 1865. 

1450. John Price, born 9nio., 1868. 1451. William B., born 
6mo. 1870. 



Children of Franklin and (1071) MaryG. (Jackson) Darlington. 

1452. Frederic, (Mary G., Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 23, 1867. 1453. Philip Jackson, born 
9mo. 4, 1869. 



Children of Erastus Miles and (1072) Ruthanna (Jackson) 

Cravath. 

1454. Paul D., (Ruthanna, Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 14, 1861. 1455. William J., born 6mo. 
4, 1866 ; died Imo. 24, 1874. 1456. Bessie N., born 9mo. 7, 1868. 

1457. Erastus M., born 8mo. 24, 1872. 



Children of Joseph D. and (1075) Hannah (Jackson) Price. 

1458. Catharine D., (Hannah, Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 29, 1865. 1459. Mary J., born 6mo. 
28, 1867. 1460. John Caleb, born 8mo. 25, 1871. 

1461. Joseph D., born 12mo. 28, 1872; died 9mo. 17, 1873. 



Children of (1076) Caleb H. and Anna B. (Taylor) Jackson. 
1462. Alice Rebecca, (Caleb H., Caleb S., Josiah, James, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 29, 1869. 1463. Huson Taylor, 
born 12mo. 25, 1870. 1464. Caleb Samuel, born 5mo. 9, 1872. 



Children of John T. and (1077) Alice E. (Jackson) Chambers. 
1465. John P., (Alice E., Caleb S., Josiah, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born llmo. 28, 1870. 1466. Rose, born Imo. 3, 1875. 



176 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Joseph H. and (107.^) Mary R. (Jackson) Brosius. 

146*7. Elnora., {Mary B., James, Josiah, James, William, IsaaCy 
Anthony) born llmo. 19, 1855. 1468. Idella, born 3mo. 12, 185T. 
1469. Anna Mary, born 6mo. 27, 18G1. 



Children of Thomas and (1070) Eliza (Jackson) Baker. 

1470. Abbie, {Eliza, -lames, Josiah, James, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 2, 1856. 1471. Allison, born 3mo. 4, 1858. 

1472. James Eugene, born llmo. 22, 1859, 1473. Lewis, born 
12mo. 11, 1864; died 12mo. 23, 1864. 1474. T. Hanthus, born 
7mo. 10, 1868. 1475. Lewis, born Imo. 31, 1870. 

1476. Lydia Janoretta, born 7mo. 8, 1872; died 7mo. 20, 1873. 



Children of (1083) William L. and Lydia W. (Walker) 

Jackson. 

1477. Walter, {William L., James, Josiah, James, William^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 5, 1867 ; died 2mo. 20, 1867. 

1478. James Wilbur, born 5mo. 13, 1868; died llmo. 4, 1868. 

1479. Hannah, born llmo. 13, 1869. 1480. James, born Imo. 
22, 1872. 1481. Mary T., born 7mo. 13, 1874. 



Children of (1084) Thomas Elwood and Annetta Lucella 

(^A^illiam) Jackson. 

1482. James Norwood, {Thomas Elwood, James, Josiah, James, 
Isaac, William, Anthony) born 8mo. 10, 1869. 1483. Thomas Baker^ 
born 2mo. 11, 1871. 



Children of (1085) James Josiah and Josephine (Davis) 

1484. Abner Davis, {James Josiah, James, Josiah, James, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 1, 1873. 1485. Abigail, born 
6mo. 15. 1874. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. I77 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Robert A. and (1086) Anna (Jackson) Jackson. 

1486. William Andrew, {Anna, William S., Josiah. James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 3, 1850. 1481. John Howard, 
born llmo. 8, 1851. 

1488. Elizabeth Jane, born 7mo. 27, 1853. 1489. Robert Arm- 
strong, born Tmo. 13, 1855. 1490. Washington Monroe, born 
llmo. 10, 1857. 

1491. Frampton Clarence, born lOmo. 7. 1859. 

1492. Emma Eugenia, born 8mo. 27,1862. 
1498. Oliver McCollough, born 9mo. 28^ 1865. 
1494. Idella May, born 9mo. 30, 1870. 



Child of Howard H. and (1087) Wilhelmina (Jackson) 

Jackson. 

1495. Alfred H., {Wilhelmina, William S., Josiah, James, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 5rao. 29, 1857. 



Child of (1090) Josiah J. and Anna M. (Thomas) Clayton. 

1496. Estella Ruhaney, {Josiah J., Buhaney, Josiah, James^ 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 18, 1875 ; died 8mo. 8, 1875. 



Children of (1092) Edward P. and Lucy C. (Munson) Wilson. 

1497. RuFUS M., {Edivard P., Josiah, Alice, James, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 18, 1867, in Bradford, Chester Co. 

1498. Adelaide, born Imo. 17, 1869, in Sparta, Wisconsin. 



Children of James M. and (1093) Alice J. (Wilson) Good. 

1499. Jane S., (Alice J., Josiah, Alice, James, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 12mo. 18, 1871, at St. Louis, Mo. 

1500. Mary W., born 5mo. 22, 1873; died 6rao. 27, 1873, at St. 

Louis. 

12 



178 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {!) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Frank and (1098) Mary S. i Jackson) Pyle. 

1501. Gertrlde C. (Mary S., James C, Thomas^ James^ YVH- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) burn 2iuo. 5, 1869. 1502. Amklia S., born 
3mo. 19, 1871. 150:^.. Frank, born huo. 17, ]87:{. 



Children of Lloyd and (1104) Catharine (Canby) Balderston. 

1504. Anne, {Catharine, Caleb II., Katharine, Ann, Williavi, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 7, 1844. 1505. George, born 6mo. 2, 
184G. 1506. Caleb Canby, born 8mo. 24, 1847 ; married lOmo. 9, 
1873, to Mar}' Anna, daughter of Nathaniel II. and Rebecca (Kite) 
Brown, of Philadelphia. He is a teacher at Westtown Boarding 
School, Pa. 

1507. John L., born 2mo. 22, 1849. 1508. Jane C, born Inio. 
16,1851. 1509. Charles, born 3mo. 17, 1852. 1510. Catharine, 
born 5mo. 14. 1854; died 7rao. 3, 1858. 1511. William, l)orn 8nio. 
30, 1856. 1512. Elwood, born 8mo. 9, 1858. 1513. Mark, born 
6mo. 25, 1860; died 5mo. 30, 1860. 1514. Alice, born 9mo. 20, 
1861 ; died 12mo. 5, 18fi4. 1515. Lloyd, born 7mo. 3, 1863. 



Children of (1107) John and Elizabeth (Boustead) Canby. 

1516. Caroline B., {John, Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 1849. 1517. Anna E., born 1856. 
1518. Charles, born 1865. 



Children of (1108) William Jackson and C. Louise (Prescott) 

Canby. 

1519. Louise P., ( MZ/mm J., Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 1856. 1520. Henry Pratt, born 1858. 
1521. Augusta P., born 1861. 1522. William W., born 1865. 
1523. Oliver C, born 1869. 



Children of (1109) Caleb and Mary D. (Preswick) Canby. 

1524. Mary P., (Caleb, Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1854. 1525. Caleb Harlan, born 1856. 



EIGHTH OENERATION. 179 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (3Iiller) Jackson. 

Child of (1110) George and Matilda (Goodwin) Canby. 

1526. Robert C, (George, Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, William, 
Lsaac, Anthony) born 1861. 



Children of Abel J. and (1111) Jane (Canby) Hopkins. 

1527. John A., (Jane, Caleb H., Katharine, Ann, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 1861. 1528. Caleb, born 1863. 1529. Arthur, 
born 18G5. 1530. Robert L., born 1867. 

1531. Mary Elizabeth, born 1869. 1532. Catharine B., born 
1871. 

Children of Henry and (1114) Catharine A. (Canby) Garrett. 

1533. Mary S h arpless, (Ca^/iarme A., Charles, Katharine, Ann, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 1847. 1534. Charles C , born 1847. 
1535. Thomas, born 1851. 1536. Harry, born 1854. 

1537. William R., born 1854, (twin brother to Harry). 

1538. Katie C, born 1858. 1539. Arthur H., born 1863. 
1540. Margaret M., born 1865. 



Children of (1119) John Isaiah and Rachel Patterson) Carter. 

1541. Mary, {John Isaiah, Mary Ann, Joel, John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born llmo. 25, 1852. 1542. Willis, born 2mo. 12, 1854. 

1543. Lizzie, born llmo. 4, 1855. 1544. Charles Kennedy, 
born 9mo. 8, 1857. 

Children of (1119) John Isaiah and Carrie (Rakestraw) Carter. 

1545. Alice, {John Isaiah, Mary Ann, Joel. John, William, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 2mo. 11, 1865. 1546. Henry Harlan, born 6mo. 
15, 1866. 1547. John Morris, born lOmo. 16, 1869. 

1548. Jacob Clarence, born llmo. 6, 1871. 



Child of Alfred M. and (1121) Alice Anna (Carter) Brown. 
1549. Lula Alice, {Alice Anna, Mary Ann, Joel, John, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 7, 1858. 



180 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (1) William ayid Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Cooper and (1122) Anna Maria (Carter) Stubbs. 

1550. Lizzie Estelle, (Anna Maria., JIary Ann., -loel., John., 
William. Isaac., Anthony) born 7mo. 12, 1857. 1551. Mary Ann, 
born 12mo. 4, lvS59. 1552. Alice Anna, born 5mo. 25, 1862. 

1553. Edith Rebecca, born Irao. 28, 18G5. 

1554. Harriet Terrel, born Imo. 12, 1868. 

1555. Henry Harlan, born 5mo. 30, 1870 ; died 8mo. 9, 1872. 

1556. Kate Amelia, born 2mo. 1, 1874. 



Children of N. Davis and (1124) Edith Rebecca (Carter) Scott. 

1557. William Graham, (Edith., Rebecca., Mary Ann., Joel., John. 
William., Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 25, 1863 ; died 6mo. 24, 1865. 

1558. Mary Hannah, born 8mo. 2, 1866. 1559. Cora Carter, 
born 3mo. 29, 1869. 



Children of David C. and (1128j Alice (Maxwell) Way. 

1560. Harvey Rowland, (Alice., Catharine., JoeL John., William. 
Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 22, 1860. 

1561. Robert Layton, born 2mo. 24, 1863. 

1562. Catharine, born 12ino. 30, 1867. 

1563. Lydia, born llmo. 22, 1872. 



Children of Thomas and (1130) Alice Mary (Jackson) Grubb. 

1564. Charles Alexander, (.^^'ice Mary, Jonathan Morris^ Joel., 
John., William^ Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 17, 1856. 

1565. Eleanor Jane, born lOmo. 12, 1858. 

1566. Jane Elizabeth, born 3mo. 1, 1860. 

1567. Walter Morris, born 9mo. 15, 1862. 

1568. Nancy King, born 7mo. 25, 1866. 

1569. Hannah Scott, born 8mo. 25, 1869. 

1570. John W' illiam, born 5mo. 7, 1873. 1571. Annabel, born 
6mo. 11, 1876. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 181 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Albert and (1131) Hannah Rebecca (Jackson) 

Haines, 

1572. Granville W., (Hannah Rebecca, Jonathan Morris, Joel^ 
John, William, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 24, 1857 ; died 6mo. 27, 
1860. 1573. Eleanor Morris, born llmo. 24, 1858. 

1574. Milton, born 4mo. 19,1861. 1575. Morris Jackson, born 
12mo. 12, 1867, died 3mo. 12, 1870. 1576. Alice Mabel, born 
lOmo. 29, 1871 ; died 2mo. 6, 1873. 



Children of Joseph T. and (1140) Rachel (Wood) Hoke. 

1577. Annabel S., (Rachel, Eliza, Joel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 6, 1868. 1578. Josephine, born 6mo. 29, 1871. 

1579. Alice Eliza, born 12mo. 20, 1872; died 9mo. 27, 1873. 

1580. Lawrence Hartman, born 7mo. 28, 1875. 



Child of (1143) Day and Ann Elizabeth (Wood) Wood. 

1581. Harriet R.. (Day, Eliza, Joel, John, Williayn, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 8mo. 25, 1875. 



Children of Joseph A. and (1144) Alice Hannah (Milner) 

Roman. 

1582. Hannah, (Alice Hannah, Hannah, Joel, John, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 21, 1864. 1583. Eliza, born 2mo. II, 
1867. 1584. Mary, born Imo. 12, 1869. 1585. Samuel Thomas, 
born 6mo. 11, 1871. 1586. William Haines, born 6mo. 20, 1873. 

1587. Sarah Elizabeth, born 7mo. 22, 1875. 



Children of John and (1147) Alice Mary (Hoopes) White. 

1588. Clinton M., (Alice Mary, Amelia Morris, Joel, John, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 30, 1871. 

1589. John Thomas, l)orn 12mo. 19, 1872. 



182 ElOETH GENERA TION. 

Descendants of (7) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Child of William and (1148) Annie Amelia (Hoopes) 

Matthews. 

1590. Alice Amelia, {Annie Amelia^ Amelia Morris^ Joel, John, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born Omo. 21, 1874. 



Children of Robert T. and (1150) Lydia A. (Jackson) 

Cornwell. 

1591 Gibbons Gray, {Lydia A., Joseph T., Israel, John, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 18, 18()1. 1592. Martha J., born 
Imo. 29, 1865. 1593. Mary E., born 3mo. 18, 1867. 

1594. Ada W., born Imo. 9, 1873. 1595. William D., born 9mo. 
19, 1874. 

Children of Joseph T. and (1152) Sallie (Jackson) Murtagh. 

1596. John 1\, {Sallie, Joseph T., Israel, John, William, Isaac^ 
Anthony) born llmo. 29, 1871 ; died 7mo. 20, 1872. 

1597. J. Charles, born Omo. 1, 1873. 



Children of (1154) Joseph L. and Anna E. (Rice) Jackson. 

1598. Elizabeth Massey, {Joseph L., John, Israel, John, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 19, 1870. 

1599. Marie E., born 8mo. 3, 1872. 



Child of Samuel Harvey and (1156) Anna (Jackson) Baker. 

1600. Eoline, {Anna, Maria, Israel, John, William, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 3, 1855. 



Children of (1170) Joshua H. and Abbie (Garrett) Ladley. 

1601. Charles P., {Joshua H., Sarah, Israel, John, William, I saac^ 
Anthony) born 5mo. 2, 1867; died lOmo. 3, 1871. 1602. George, 
born 4mo. 14, 1871. 1603. Edwari>, born 3mo. 9, 1874. 

1604. Arthur, born 7mo. 17, 1877; died 8mo. 9, 1877. 

1605. Adelaide, born 7mo. 17, 1877 ; died 8mo. 8, 1877. 



EIGHTH OENERATTON. 183 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Child of Edward and (1111) Sarah J. (Ladley) Jessup. 

1606. Edward Harlan, (Sarah, Sarah, Israel, John, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born . 



Children of Lewis M. and (llT3)Elizabeth (Jackson) Haines. 

1607. Fred. Taylor, (Elizabeth, Israel, Israel, John, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 4, ISH. 1608. Warren J., born 
12mo. 1. 1875. 



Children of Benjamin and (1175) Hannah J. (Monaghan) 

Taylor. 

1609. Frederic Jackson, (Hannah J., John J., Hannah, John, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 30, 1862. 

1610. George Harlan, born Imo. 12, 1864. 

1611. Mary Harlan, born 2mo. 14, 1867. 

1612. William John, born 9nio. 11, 1869. 1613. Benjamin, 
born 12mo. 14, 1871. 1614. Anna Rachel, born 6mo. 8, 1873. 



Children of Ezra and (1184) Gertrude (Coates) Webster. 

1615. Frederic, (Gertrude, Emetine, William, John. William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 25, 1867. 1616. Walter C, born 9mo. 
24, 1872. 

Children of Marriott and (1185) Elizabeth J. (Coates) Brosius. 

1617. Gertrude C, (Elizabeth J., Emetine, William, John, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 20, 1871. 1618. Louretta, born 
9mo. 10, 1872. 1619. Florence, born 6mo. 7, 1875. 



Child of Benjamin and (1191) Marie (Dingee; Price. 
1620. Max Charles, (Marie, Elizabeth, William, .John. William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 11, 1875. 



184 yiNTE GENERATION. 

Descendayits of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

NINTH GENERATION. 



Children of Arthur N. and (125::;^ Frances 'Leaj Whiting. 

1621. Ethel, (Frances^ Susan, Anna. Susanna, haac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) bora 1874. 1622. Bertha, born 1875. 



Children of Charles A. and (1254) Bertha 'Lea; Low. 

1623. Robeson, {Bertha, Susan, Anna, Susanna, Isaac, William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 1871. 1624. .Josephine, born 1873. 



Children of William H. and (1255) Gertrude 'Lea; Fearing. . 

1625. Joseph Lea, {Gertrude^ Susan, Anna, Susanna, Isaac, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 1874. 1626. William, bom 1875. 



Children of (1312; John J. and Ellen ^Brown; Phillips. 

1627. J. Wellington, (John J., James, William, Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) bom 7mo. 7, 1871. 1628. Francis, bom 
3mo. 18. 1873. 



Children of William and (1316) Emma A. (Matthews; Price. 

1629. Calvin D., (Emma A., Sarah Ann, William., Lydia, James, 
William, I.mac, Anthony) born Imo. 17, 1869. 1630. Doea M., bora 
3mo. 15, 1870. 1631. Henry, bom 7mo. 23, 1872. 



Children of '1319) Clarkson P. and Mary Virginia fRoyston) 

Matthews. 

1632. LiLLiE Mary, (Clarkson P., Sarah Ann, William, Lydia, 
James, William, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 8, 1874. 



NINTH GENERATION. 185 

Descendants of (1) William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (1351) Thomas L. and Rebecca (Mercer) Chambers. 

1633. Edwin, ( Thomas L , 3Iahlon, Deborah, Li/dia, James, Wil- 
liam, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 26, 1865 ; died 4mo. 12, 1867. 

1634. Ann T., born lOmo., 1867. 



Children of John and (1352) Phebe A. (Chambers) Cox. 

1635. Howard, {Phebe A., Mahlon, Deborah., Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 8, 1867. 1636. Ann T., born 
lOmo. 26, 1869. 

Child of (1353) Phillips and Phebe M. (Larkin) Chambers. 

1637. Amy Elizabeth, (P/aZ^i'ps, Mahlon, Deborah, Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 6ino. 8, 1872. 



Child of Daniel Winters and (1362) Elizabeth M. (Neave) 

Haydock. 

1638. Emma Neave, (Elizabeth 31., Anna, Isaac, Lydia, James^ 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 27, 1875. 



Children of Zebedee and (1369) Anna P. (Harvey) Haines. 

1639. Thomas Harvey, (Anna P. Deborah, Isaac, Lydia, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 4, 1871. 1640. Edgar T. 
born Smo. 14. 1873. 1641. Alfred S., born Imo. 24, 1875. 



Child of (1400) Henry and Rachel H. (Cawley) Brinton. 

1642. Henry C, (Henry, James J., Lydia P., James, James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 14, 1875. 

Child of (1401) Samuel L. and Elizabeth (Smith) Brinton. 

1643. Clement Starr, (Samuel L., James J., Lydia P., James, 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born 2rao. 3, 1875. 



186 NINTU GENERATION. 

Descendants of {1) William and Katharine {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of J. Milton and (1424) Edith W. (Graves) Bullock. 

1644. Ida K., {Edith W.,Josiah J. ^ Edith, Jos i ah, James, Williain, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 28, 1807 ; died Srao. 31, 1867. 

1645. Ada P., born 3mo. 28, 1867 ; died 8rao. 20, 1867. 

1646. Harry G., born 2mo. 16, 1S68. 1(;47. Anna Lillian, 
born 7mo. Ki, 1869 ; died Umo. 2!), 1871. l<;4s. Marv Edith, born 
llmo. 10, 1872. 

Child of (1426) Bayard T. and Mary (Miller) Graves. 

1649. Howard T. {Bayard T., Josiuh -/., Edith, Josiah, James. 
William, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 27, 1874. 

Children of (1438) Josiah W. and Lydia Elma (Rakestraw) 

Pyle. 

1650. William R., {Josiah W., Hannah II.. Mary, Josiah, James, 
William, Isaac. Anthony) born llmo. 24, 1868. 1651. Mary, born 
6mo. 2, 1870. 1652. Alice W., born Omo. 1, 1871. 

Children of Thomas and (1439) Amy ("Pyle) Whitson. 

1653. Hannah, {Amy, Hannah II., Mary, Josiah, James., William, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 18, 1869. 1654. Alice, born lOmo. 7, 
1870. 1655. Jane, born llmo. 18, 1874. 



FOURTH GEXEIIATIOX. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackiion) Windle. 



Children of *Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

1656. Thomas, {Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 5, 1734 ; mar- 
ried Abigail, daughter of William and Rachel Wickersham, 5mo. 

*The first six names are reeorJed in the olil Family Bible in the possession of Caleb, a 
son of Benjamin, and grandson of David and Abigail AYindle. The three additional names 
were given in a record prepared by John Jackson, son of William and Katharine (Miller) 
Jackson. 



FOURTH GENERA Tl ON. 187 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary Jackson Windle. 

22, 1765. Thomas died 1793. They had nine children. Lived in 
Brandywine Township, Chester Co. Abigail married (2d) William' 
Iddings, 1799. 

1657. Anne, born 5mo. 27, 1737 ; man-ied 2mo, 1760, to Isaac, 
son of William Evans, of Lampeter, Lancaster Co. Isaac born 
about the year 1732; died 1782. They had ten children. Anne 
married (2d) James Webb, Jr., and surviving him she died a widow, 
Brno. 10, 1822. 

William Evans was a brother of Ann, wife of Isaac Jackson, and came 
from Ireland in 1730, bringing a certificate from the Monthly Meeting at 
Bally caine, held Imo. 22, 1730, which was presented to New Garden Monthly 
Meeting 26th of the 7th mo. following. It is believed that his wife's name 
was Hannah. They settled on a tract of 1000 acres about five miles from 
Lancaster, Lancaster Co., Pa. The children, so far as ascertained, were 
John, the survivor, who died unmarried ; (will, dated 7mo. 14, 1782, and 

proven Imo. 6, 1783); William, who married Catharine , and had several 

children ; Hannah, who married James Webb, lOrao. 15, 1743, and died 1762, 
leaving children ; and Isaac. James Webb, Jr., a sou of James by a former 
wife, married Isaac Evans's widow and died in 1810. Isaac Evans married 
(1st) Alice Pennock, daughter of Joseph and Mary, of W. Marlborough, 5mo. 
5, 1756, by whom he had one child which died in infancy. At New Garden 
Monthly Meeting, 2mo. 2, 1760, he and Anne Windle desired to "pass meet- 
ing," but as he was a full cousin to her mother. Friends objected to the pro- 
posed marriage, and at the next meeting, held 3mo. 1st, it was reported that 
they were married by a priest. By this they lost their right of membership, 
which they never regained. 

1658. William, born 8mo. 4, 1739; married Mary, daughter of 
Thomas and Lydia Jackson, of E. Marlborough, llmo. 25, 1761. 
William died 5mo. 26, 1825. They had fifteen children. 

Thomas was a son of Thomas and Ann (Mann) Jackson, of W. Marl- 
borough, and married Lydia, daughter of John Smith, of Marlborough, at 
Londongrove, 3mo. 17, 1738. They had three children, viz: Ann, born 12mo. 
19, 1738°; Caleb, born 7mo. 2, 1740; Mary, born 8mo. 27, 1743, and died 
3mo.lO, 1818. 

1659. John, born 12mo. 7, 1744; died (unmarried) in his 25tli 

year. 

1660. David, born 2mo. 18. 1748 ; married Abigail, daughter of 
Adam and Phebe (Mendenhall) Kirk, of Christiana Hundred, 5mo. 
10, 1780. Abigail born llmo. 29, 1753. David died lOmo. 15, 
(the year not given) in his 71st year. They had three children. 



188 FO UR TH GENERA TWX. 

Descendauts of Francis and (8) Mary {-hickson) Windle. 

1661. Moses, born 3mo. 14, 1754 ; was disowned by Friends 8mo. 
'4, 1781, for his marriage b}' a Baptist minister, to one not a mem- 
ber. No record of his famil}- obtained. 

1662. Isaac. 1663. James. 1664. Mauy. The three hist 
Jiamed probably died in infuiie3% 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of (165Gj Thomas and Abigail ( Wickersham) 

^A/indle. 

1665. Isaac, (Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 26, 
1766; married Mary Stotler, of Somerset Co., Pa. They had five 
ohikiren. Isaac married (^d) to . They had one child. 

1666. William, born 2mo. 9, 1768; married . No children. 

1667. Thomas, born llmo. 26, 1770; married Mary, daughter of 
Joshua Roman. The}^ had eight children. Residence, Brandy- 
wine Township, Chester Co., Pa. 

1668. Job, born llmo. 28, 1771 ; married Deborah, daughter of 
Isaac and Rachel Davis, 3mo. 18, 1801, at Cain Meeting. Job 
died 12mo., 1849. They had six children. 1669.. Mary, born 8mo. 

I, 1774; died (unmarried). 1670, David, born 6mo. 18, 1777 ; mar- 
ried Jane, daughter of Isaac and Rachel Davis, of Haverford Town- 
ship, Del. Co., Pa. The}' had five children. 

1671. Jonathan, born 12mo. 9, 1779 ; died (unmarried) 8mo. 21, 
1863. 1672. Israel, born 3mo. 17,1782; married Orpha Pierce, 
daughter of Joshua and Rachel, of Newliu, Chester Co., Pa., 2mo. 

II, 1807. She died 1815, leaving three children. Israel married 
{2d), in 1819, Mary Stolen Lehman, of Lancaster Co. Israel died 
12mo. 27, 1862. They had six children. 

1673. Rachel, born Smo. 3, 1783 ; died (unmarried). 



Children of Isaac and (1657) Anne (Windle) Evans. 

1674. Mary, {Anne, 3Iary, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 7, 1760; 
married Isaac Conard, of New London, Chester Co. Sire died 
3mo. 11, 1827 ; no children. 



IIFTH GENERATION. 18'.) 

Descendants of Francis and (8; Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

1675. Hannah, born 9mo. 6, 1762; married about 1787, Joseph 
Cummins. He died in 1798. She died in Harrisburg, 9mo. 29, 
1846. They had five children. 1676. Sarah, born Imo. 16, 1764 ; 
died in infancy. 

1677. William, born Imo. 21, 1766; married Elizabeth Smith. 
They had seven children. 1678. Sarah, born Imo. 28, 1768; mar- 
ried William Evans. They had four children, 1679. John, born 
3mo. 10, 1770 ; married Margaret Barber. The}- had eight children. 
John married (2d) to Matilda Hubby. 

1680. Mark, born 6mo. 25,1772; he was killed by an accident, 
aged four years. 1681. Isaac, born Imo. 29, 1775; married Mary 
Conard, .3mo. 16, 1803. Mary born 6mo. 17, 1775 ; died lOmo. 17, 
1867. Isaac died 12mo. 4, 1849. They had seven children. 

1682. Ann, born 3mo. 15, 1778; married David Downing. They 
had seven children. 1683. Susanna, born 7mo. 29, 1780; married 
5mo. 28, 1809, to William Bealey Hunt, of East Cain, Chester Co. 
No children. 



Children of (1658) William and Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

1684. Lydia, (William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 12, 
1762; married Eliakim Garretson, of Philadelphia. They had six 
children (all deceased). 1685. Caleb, born 9mo. 12, 1763; mar- 
ried , and had two children who lived at Brownsville, Pa. 

1686. Ann, born 3mo. 21, 1765 ; married Simon Johnson. They 
have seven children. 1687. Mary, born 12mo. 19, 1766; married 
James Hickey. They resided in the vicinity of Pittsburg, Pa. 

1688. Francis, born 9mo. 16, 1768 ; married Eleanor Holt, lOmo. 
28, 1794. They first resided in Western Pennsylvania, thence re- 
moved to Trumbull Co., Ohio, in 1805. Francis died 1853. They 
had eight children. 

1689. William, born 8mo. 25, 1770; died young. 1690. Ruth, 
born Imo. 4. 1772. At the age of fifteen she became blind; died 
unmarried. 1691. Sarah, born llmo. 15, 1774; married 2mo. 18, 
1806, to Levi, son of John and Dinah Taylor. Levi born 2mo. 26, 
1781 ; died 6mo. 13, 1866, in Lower Providence, Montgomery Co., 
Pa. Sarah died 4mo. 23, 1848. They had nine children. 



190 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

1692. Rebecca, born 3ino. 27, 1776; died unmarried. 

1693. Thomas, born lOmo. 3, 1777 ; married Sarah E. Fowler in 
3803. He died 1805. She died 1852. They had one child. 

1694. Rachel, born 12mo. 15, 1778; died when a young woman, 
unmarried. 

1695. John, born 9mo. 10, 1780 ; married Margaret, daughter of 
Caleb and Ruhaney Sharpless, of Hockessin, Del., llmo. 13, 1806. 
Margaret born 7mo. 23, 1788 ; died lOmo. 6, 1856. John died llmo. 
14, 1837. They settled in Pennsbury, Chester Co., and had ten 
children. 

1696. Isaac, born 2mo. 15, 1782; died young. 1697. David, 
born 3mo. 17, 1784; married Mary, daughter of John and Maria 
Morgan. David died 6mo. 30, 1869, having lived all his life at the 
old homestead in East Mai borough Township. They had nine 
children. 

1698. Hannah, born Imo. 28, 1786; married lOmo. 14, 1812 to 
Goodwin, son of David and Frances (Dowdell) Chalfant, of East 

Marlborough. Goodwin born 9mo. 8, 1788; died . Hannah 

died llmo. 14, 1858. They had five children. 



Children of (1660) David and Abigail (Kirk) Windle. 

1699. Joseph Kirk, {David, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 
2, 1787. 

1700. Benjamin, born 9mo. 12, 1789 ; married Orpha, daughter 
of Henry and Amy (Bennett) Jefferis, of Christiana Hundred, Dela- 
ware. Orpha, born 2mo. 5, 1790 ; died llmo. 26. 1820. They had 
two children. Benjamin, married (2d) 2mo. 22, 1822. Lydia, 
daughter of Calvin and Elizabeth (Simcock) Cooper, of West Brad- 
ford. Lydia, born lOmo. 13, 1800. Benjamin died 8mo. 17, 1870. 
They had six children. Lydia resides near Salem, Ohio. 

1701. Caleb, born Imo. 8, 1792; married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Benjamin aud Elizabeth Jeflferis. Elizabeth died 8mo. 15, 1852. 
Caleb died 4mo. 25, 1853. 



ISIXTII GENERATION. 191 

Descendants of Francis and (8J Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 



Children of (16<)5) Isaac and Mary (Stotler; Windle. 
1702. Polly, (Isaac, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 



married Keller. They removed to Ohio. 1*103. John, mar- 
ried and removed from Somerset Co. Pa., to Freeport, 111. 

1*704. Jacob, married and removed to Illinois. He had eight 
children. 

1705. Catharine, married Woy. Thej'^ had seven children. 

Residence in Somerset Co. Pa. 170(). Isaac, married . They 

had eight children. 

Child of (1665) Isaac and Windle. 

1707. Michael, (Isaac, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born ; 

married and resides in Bedford Co., Pa. 



Children of (1667) Thomas and Mary (Roman) Windle. 

1708. Thamzin, (Thomas, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) mar- 
ried Oliver Furness, son of Thomas and Marj^, of Little Britain, 
Lancaster Co., llmo. 21, 1821. She died leaving no children. 

1709. John, born ; married Sarah, daughter of Thomas 

Hayes. John died 1864. They had three children. 

1710. Thomas. 1711. Israel, married Mary C, daughter of 
Andrew and Hannah Wilson. They had five children. 

1712. Abisha, died unmarried. 1713. Rebecca, died unmarried. 
1714. Jesse, married Amy Ann, daughter of J. and Mary Gibson. 
They had five children. 1715. Joseph, died unmarried. 



Children of (1668) Job and Deborah (Davis) Windle. 

1716. Lewis, (Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 
10, 1801 ; married Eliza A. Woodward. They had two children. 
Lewis married (2d) Mary Love. They had two children. He died 
12mo., 1855. 



192 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Dsscendantx of Francis and (8) Man/ (Jackson) Windle, 

1717. William, born 3mo. 3, 1804; married in 1836, to Mar- 
garetta, daughter of Thomas and Margaretta Jackson, of Robeson 
Township, Berks Co., Pa. They Iiad three children. Residence, 
Guthrieville, Chester Co., Pa. 

1718. Job, born 7mo. 7, 1807; married Mar^^, daughter of Isaac 
and Mary Evans, 9mo. 7, 1839. Mary born llmo. 13, 1813. They 
had eight children. 

1719. Henry, born 7mo. 10, 1810; married Eliza, daughter of 
Thomas and Margaretta Jackson, of Robeson Township, Berks Co. 
They had three children. Henry married (2d) Martha, daughter of 
William and Martha Davis, East Bradford Township. They had 
one child. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

1720. Rachel, born 1813; married Pearson, son of James and 
Sarah Embree, of West Bradford Township, lOmo. 15, 1834. 
Rachel died lOmo. 31, 1836; no children. Pearson is a machinist, 
residing in West Chester. Pa. 

1721. Hannah, born 3mo. 11, 1817 ; married Thomas H., son of 
Andrew and Hannah Wilson. She died 6mo., 1875, leaving three 
children. 



Children of (1670) David and Jane (Davis j Windle. 

1722. Isaac, {David, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 1801; 
married Mary, daughter of Richard and Rachel White, of West 
Cain Township. They had three children. 

1723. Thomas, married Rebecca Rice and removed to Shelby Co., 
Ohio. They had four children. 

1724. Davis, married Hopeful, daughter of Francis Hoffman, of 
Sadsbury Township. They had seven children. 

1725. Hannah. 1726. Rachel. 



rn 



Children of (1672) Israel and Orpha (Pierce) Windle 

1727. Abigail, (Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) bo 
ISOt ; married Isaac Davis, of East Brandywine Township, in 1833. 
She died in 1835, leaving one child. 

1128. Joshua, born 1809; died, (unmarried) 1844. 

1129. Israel P., born 1811 ; married Emma, daughter of Emmor 



SIXTH GENERATION. 195 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

and Deborah Bradley, East Bradford township, 9mo. 1, 1842. 
Emma born 9mo. 3, 1814 ; died 7mo. 26, 18*12. Israel P. died 8mo. 
1860. They had three children. 



Children of (16T2j Israel and Mary Stolen (Lehman) Windle. 

1730. Ezra, (Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 
11, 1820; married Henrietta Ulrich, of Springfield, 111., llmo. 1, 
1860. They have two children. 1781. Mart Ann, born 2mo., 
1822 ; married Hustin Coleman, in 1840. They have two children. 
Residence, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 

1732. Jacob S., burn lOmo. 3, 1823 ; married Clara, daughter of 
Judge Foot, of ^ockville, Indiana, in 1848. They have one child. 
Residence, Chicago, 111. 1733. Isaac (,M. D.), born 5mo. 1825; 
married Alice, daughter of Judge Jutt, of South Bend, Iowa, in 
1865. They have two children. 

1734. Elizabeth S., born 7mo.. 1827; married James C. Read, 
in 1848. They had six children. Residence, Des Moines, Iowa. 

1735. Ellen B., born 12mo., 1828 ; married George W. Jones, of 
Des Moines, Iowa, 3mo., 1854. No children. 



Children of Joseph and (1675) Hannah (Evans) Cummins. 

1736. Isaac, (Hannah, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) married — . 
No children. 1737. Jacob,. married. No children. 

1738. Reuben, married. No children. 1739. Joseph, born in 
Chester Co., 9mo. 1, 1797. Removed to Mifflintown, Pa., 12mo. 25, 
1811 ; where he lived till 6mo., 1834, and went to Sidney, Ohio ; 
married Jane H. Knox, 2mo., 1821. Jane H. born 9mo. 10, 1797. 
They had ten children. Residence, Sidney, Shelby Co., Ohio. 

1740. Sarah, married Joseph Wallace, Harrisburg, Pa. They 
had four children. Sarah died 8mo., 1858, aged 71 years. 



Children of (1677) William and Elizabeth (Smith; Evans. 

1741. Isaac, (William, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born about 

1793 ; died Imo. 28, 1814. 1742. George, married Ann Evans. They 

had two children that died in infancy — names not obtained. 

13 



194 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

1743. William, 1744. Aaron, married Rebecca Daniel; had 

two children — names not obtained. 1745. John, married , he 

left a family. His (2nd) wife, Rebecca Evans, was widow of his 
brother Aaron. 1746. Rachel, married Thomas Hunt. 

1747. Rebecca, unmarried. 



Children of William and (1678) Sarah (Evansj Evans. 
1748. Samuel, {Sarah^ Anne^ Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born — 



lived in Missouri. 1749. David, in Kentuck3^ 1750. Lydia, 
married Jesse Pennington, They had thirteen children, but names 
not obtained. Residence, Ohio. 1751. Ann, married John Green- 
leaf. Residence in Ohio. 



Children of (1679) John and Margaret (Barber) Evans. 

1752. William, {John, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) settled in 
Columbia, Pa. 

1753. Nathaniel, died in childhood, 1754, Washington, settled 
in the West. 1755. Ann, married John Wright, of Columbia, Pa. 

1756. John, died young. 1757. Charles. 

1758. Mary, married Atlee, Baltimore, Md. 

1759. Isaac, settled West. 



Children of (1681) Isaac and Mary (Conard) Evans. 

1760. Lewis, {Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 6, 
1804; died (unmarried) 4mo. 14, 1835. 

1761. Margaret, born 5mo. 5, 1806; married Benjamin Maule, 
lOmo. 14, 1835. Thej^ had seven children. Residence in Ivondon- 
grove. Pa. 

1762. Jesse, born llmo. 7, 1808; married Mary Buftington, llmo. 
19, 1835. Mary born 4mo. 1, 1806. They had seven children. 
Residence, Chester, Indiana. 1763. Ann, born 6mo. 17, 1811; died 
(unmarried) Irao. 1, 1860. 

1764, Mary, born llmo. 10, 1813; married Job Windle, 9mo. 11, 
1839. They had eight children. Residence, Chester, Indiana. 

1765. Emily, born llmo. 13, 1815; married James Forsythe, 



SIXTH GENERATION. 195 

Descendants of Francis and {S) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

now of Upper Providence, Delaware Co., 12mo. 13, 1848. They 
had five children, 

1766. Isaac C, born 3nio. 23, 1818 ; married Ann Evans, 5mo. 6, 
1847. They had nine children. Residence, Glen Mills, Delaware 
Co., Pa. 



Children of David and (1682) Ann (Evans) Downing. 

1767. Sarah, (Ann, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). Residence, 
Columbia, Pa. 1768. Mary, married George Rakestraw. 

1769. Susan, married. 1770. Philes, married Shammah Clark, 
(teacher) in Baltimore. 1771. Ann, married — Trusent. Residence 
Columbia. Pa. 1772. Jacob. 1773. Isaac. 



Children of Eliakim and (1684) Lydia (Windle) Garretson. 

1774. Eliza, (Lydia. William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

1775. Lydia. 1776. Esther. 1777. John. 1778. William. 
1779. George. Children all deceased, the youngest died recently 

in Philadelphia. 



Children of (1685) Caleb Windle. 

1780. William, (Caleb, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

1781. John. The two brothers, when last heard of, lived at 
Brownsville, Pa. 



Children of Simon and (1686) Ann (Windle) Johnson. 

1782. Lewis, (Ann, William, Mary, Isaac, Jn^/ion?/), unmarried. 

1783. Joshua, married ; had one child that died young, name 

not given. 1784. Hettie, married Samuel Temple, of Del. They 
had eight children. 

1785. William, died (unmarried). 

1786. Mary, married Eli Plankenton, Imo. 12, 1815. They had 
five children. 

1787. Lydia. 1788. Simon. 



196 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1G88) Francis and Eleanor (Holt) Windle. 

1789. Elizabeth, (Francis, William, 3Iary, Isaac, Anthony) horn 
lOmo. 25, 1796 ; married Lewis Sweney, 12mo. 25, 1816. Removed to 
Indiana, in 1833 ; had tliree sons and two daughters, names not 
ascertained. Lewis died in 1839. Elizabeth married (2nd) about 
1842, to Solomon Eussell. Both died in 1871. 

1790. Mary, born 3mo, 3, 1799; married David Dinwiddle, of 
Ohio, lOmo. 31, 1816. In 1833, they moved to Laporte, Indiana. 
They had ten children. David died in 1838. Mary married (2nd) 
in 1859, to William Wilson, who died in 1861. She still lives at 
Laporte with her only living child and eldest son. 

1791. Dorcas, born 8mo. 7, 1801 ; married Bartholomew Thatcher, 
in 1824. Removed to Indiana, in 1835, soon afterwards to Illinois, 
thence to Wisconsin. They had three sons and four daughters — 
names not obtained. Dorcas died in 1874, 

1792. Eleanor, born Imo. 15, 1804; married Julius Smith, in 
1821. Removed to Illinois in 1835. Eleanor died in 1850. They 
had seven children — names not obtained. 1793. Francis, 

1794. William, born Imo. 2, 1808, in Trumbull Co., Ohio; 
married Mary McLain, 6mo. 16, 1831. She was born in Ireland and 
came to this country when nine years old. They had eight children. 
Mary died 3mo. 12, 1849. William married (2nd) 8mo. 11, 1849, to 
Mary, widow of Francis Windle, Jr. They had one child. Mary 
died 6mo. 10, 1875. William resides in Brooklyn, Jackson Co., 
Michigan. 

1795. Rebecca, born 4mo. 10, ISIO; married James Powers, 
12mo. 16, 1834. They had three children. Residence, Freedom 
Station, Portage Co., Ohio. 1796. Francis, born 4mo. 6, 1812; 
married Mary Nichols, 2mo. 12, 1838. They had four children, all 
living in Michigan. Francis died 3mo. 12, 1848. 

1797. Martha Jane, born 6mo. 22, 1817; married Joshua Gee, 
4mo. 22, 1840. They had seven children. Residence, Ellsworth, 
Ohio. 



Children of Levi and (1691) Sarah (Windle) Taylor. 
1798. Jonathan P., (Sarah, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 20, 1805 ; married Leah M. Bosiert, llmo. 25, 1847. 
They had four children. 1799. Thomas W., born in E. Bradford, 



SIXTH GENERATION. 197 

) Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

2mo. 22, 1808 ; married Mary Woolley, 2mo. 3, 1847. At an early 
age he went as apprentice to ^carpentering under the late James 
Powell, of West Chester, continuing at his trade until the Spring of 
1817, when he removed to E. Vincent to engage in farming. In 
1855 he settled in E. Marlborough, on a part of the property that 
had formerly belonged to Israel Harlan. He died lOmo. 23, 1873, 
leaving one 6hild. 

18u0. Milton, born 9mo. 10, 1809 ; died 7mo. 14, 1827. 

1801. William W., born 5mo. 10, 1811 ; married Sarah Cox, 
12mo. 24, 1835. They had three children. 1802. Reuben B., born 
Imo. 9, 1813 ; died llmo. 16, 1849. 1803. Rachel L., born lOmo. 
20, 1814; died Imo. 19, 1818. 

1804. Joseph, born 8mo. 20, 1817 ; died 5mo. 29, 1818 

1805. John F., born lOmo. 12, 1821 ; died lOmo. 27, 1828. 

1806. David, born 8mo. 12, 1823; died 2mo. 11, 1824. 



Child of (1693) Thomas and Sarah E. (Fowler) Windle. 

1807. Mary Eliza, {Thomas, William. 3Iary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 5, 1804; married Joseph A. Wiggans, Uwchlan Town- 
ship, Chester Co., lOmo. 10, 1825. She died 6mo. 16, 1865. Joseph 
A. died llmo. 29, 1866. They had two children. 



Children of (1695) John and Margaret (Sharpless Windle. 

1808. Sharpless, {John, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 
2mo. 23, 1808; married Dinah, daughter of Job and Catharine 
Taylor, of Westtown, Chester Co., lOmo. 13, 1836. Dinah born 
Imo. 17, 1815. Settled in Pennsbury. Sharpless died 9mo. 22, 
1875. They had six children. 

1809. William, born Brno, 4, 1810; died 12mo. 1, 1827. 

1810. Mary, born llmo. 25, 1812 ; married William, son of John 
and Mary Steele, of Bradford, Chester Co., llmo., 1835. Settled 
in W. Bradford. Mary died 4mo. 8, 1837. 1811. Caleb, born 5mo. 
14, 1815 ; married Mary, daughter of Jesse and Sarah Seal, of 
Birmingham, Chester Co., 12mo. 12, 1845. Mary born 12mo. 8, 
1816. They had three children. Residence in Kennett. 

1812. Hannah, born lOmo. 1, 1817. Resides in Kenuett. 



198 SIXTH OENEBATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

1813. Ruth, born lOmo. 16, 1819; married Curtis J., son of 
Garrett and Elizabeth Lewis, of Kennett, llmo. 26, 1846. Curtis 
J. horn 12mo. 11, 1821 ; died Gmo. 24, 1857. They had six children. 
Settled in Kennett. 1814. Edith, born 12mo. 2, 1821; died 12mo. 
4, 1845. 1815. David, born 12mo. 26, 1823; married Mary, 
daughter of Ziba and Deborah Dilworth, of Birmingham, 12mo. 15, 
1853. Mary born 9mo. 4, 1836. They had nine children. Resi- 
dence in Kennett. 1816. John, born 3mo. 6, 1826 ; married Hannah 
Mary, daughter of Samuel and Mary Way, of West Chester, 6mo. 
19, 1861. Hannah Mary born 4mo. 7, 1834. They have three 
children. Residence, Hamorton, Kennett township. 

1817. Amos, born Imo. 12, 1829 ; died (unmarried) 8mo. 15, 1857. 



Children of (1697) David and Mary f Morgan) Windle. 

1818. Rebecca, (David, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 
Imo. 27, 1836. Attained to womanhood ; died unmarried. 

1819. William, born 2mo. 23, 1838 ; married Harlan. 

182U. Mary Elma, born llmo. 15, 1839 ; married William A. son 

of James Cloud. No children. 1821. John M., born lOmo. 14, 
1841 ; married Rebecca Jane, daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth 
Pierce, of E. Marlborough township. They had three children. 

1822. David C, born lOmo. 23, 1843; married Anna, daughter 
of Emma and Hannah (Fairlamb) Thomas, 3mo. 25,1869. Anna, 
born llmo. 16, 1845. They have three children. 

1823. Francis, born 7mo. 8, 1846. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

1824. Maria Jane, born 12mo. 30, 1848. 1825. Sidney C, born 
llmo. 30, 1852; died in infancy. 1826. Thomas A., born 9mo. 
10, 1857. 

Children of Goodwin and (1698) Hannah (Windlej Chalfant. 

1827. David W., (Hannah, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) horn 
5mo. 31, 1813; married Mary Ann, daughter of John and Lydia 
Anderson, of Kennett Square. The}- had two children. 

1828. William, born 12mo. 8, 1814; married Esther Ann, daugh- 
ter of Jesse and Rachel Bailey. They had one child. He married 
(2nd) Sarah, sister of his first wife. No children. He married (3rd) 



SIXTH OENERATION. 199 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Miller. 

Sallie W. daughter of John and Edna Marshall, 4mo. 26, 1854. They 
have six children. 

1829. Sidney, born 12mo. 29, 1816; married Edwin, son of 
John and Hannah James, of E. Bradford township, 3mo. 8, 1854. 
They have one child. Residence, E. Bradford. 

1830. Jane D., born 4mo. 9, 1820; married Joseph, son of Wil- 
liam and Sarah Dowdall, of Xew Garden township, llmo. 27, 1856. 
They had four children. 

1831. Lydia G., born 4mo. 18, 1824; married Thomas F. Seal, 
of E. Marlborough township, son of Dr. Thomas Seal, of TJnion- 
ville, Pa., 2mo. 14. 1862. No children. 



Children of (1700) Benjamin and Orpha fjefferis) 

Windle. 

1832. A son died in infancy. 

1833. Joseph J., {Benjamin^ David. Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 
Imo. 10, 1814; married Phebe, daughter of Joseph and Mary 
(Morris) Dutton of Columbiana Co., Ohio, 4mo. 26, 1839. Phebe 
born 5mo. 5, 1816; died 3mo. 9, 1875. They had seven children. 
Joseph J., married (2nd) to Susan Kirk, 3mo. 4, 1876. Address, 
Winona, Columbiana Co., Ohio. 



Children of (1700) Benjamin and Lydia (Cooper) Windle. 

1834. Adaline, (Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, Anthomj) born 
6mo. 13, 1823 ; married Jesse, son of Nathan and Hannah Hawley, 
llmo. 3, 1842. Jesse born 8mo. 1, 1816. They had eight children. 
Address, Salem, Columbiana Co., Ohio. 

1835. Caleb, born llmo. 2, 1825; married Jane, daughter of 
Nathan and Hannah Hawley, 2mo. 3, 1848. Jane born 3mo. 30, 
1826; died 2mo. 9, 1866. They had ten children. Caleb married 
(2nd) lOmo. 24, 1867, to Harriet Hendricks, widow, daughter of 
Joshua and Patience Chandler. Harriet born 6mo. 5, 1850. They 
had three children. Address, Salem, Ohio. 

1836. Louisa S., born 5mo. 14, 1828; married 7mo. 21, 1850, to 
William E., son of James and Lydia (Baldwin) Marshall, formerly 
of Chester Co., Pa. William E. born 4mo. 11, 1821 ; died 3mo. 9, 
1875. They had eight children. Her address, Franklin Square, 
Columbiana Co., Ohio. 



200 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {.Jackson) Windle. 

1837. Mifflin C, born 9mo. 11, 1831 ; married Susan A. Entri- 
ken, 6mo. 24, 1859. Susan A. born 2mo. 10, 1837. They had four 
children. Address, West Unity, Williams Co., Ohio. 

1838. Lydia Ann, born lOmo. 5, 1834; married William Kelly, 
llmo., 1855. William born 8mo. 4, 1833. They have six children. 
Address, Winona, Columbiana Co., Ohio. 

1839. William Kirk, born 6mo. 3, 1840 ; married Mary Bash, 
2mo. 21, 1860. Mary born 6mo. 12, 1840. They had four children. 
Address, Roanoke, Huntingdon Co., Indiana. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of (1704) Jacob and Windle. 

1840. Sarah, (Jacob, Isaac^ Thomas, Mary., Isaac, Anthony). 

1841. Martin. 1842. Ellen. 1843. Maggie. 1844. Susan. 
1845. John. 1846. Jacob. 



Children of and (1705j Catharine (Windle) Woy. 

1847. Mary, {Catharine, Isaac, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
married Josiah Brant. Residence, Somerset Co., Pa. 

1848. Maggie, married Perry TJmberger. Reside in Somerset 
Co., Pa. 1849. George. 1850. Andrew. 1851. Josiah. 

1852. Sarah. 1853. Isaac 



Children of (17u6; Isaac and Sarah ( ) Windle. 

1854. Jonathan, {Isaac, Isaac, Thomas, 3Iary, Isaac, Anthony). 
Lost his life in the late rebellion. 1855. Josiah, lost his life in the 
late rebellion. 1856. Elizabeth. 1857. Balinda. 1858. Sarah. 

1859. Lavinia. 1860. Samuel. 1861. Amanda. 



Children of (1709) John and Sarah (Hayes) Windle. 

1862. Thomas H., {John, Thomas, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). He was thrice married ; first to Rachel A. Mercer. 

1863. Charles. 1864. Mary. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 201 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (ITU; Israel and Mary C. (Wilson) Windle. 

1865. Thomas A., (Israel, Thomas, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 1866. Hannah E., married Samuel Ash, ofW. Cain town- 
ship, Chester Co. They had two children. 

1867. Amanda. 1868. Dillwyn. 1869. Septina. 



Children of (1714) Jesse and Amy Ann (Gibson) Windle. 

1870. Harriet, (Jesse, Thomas, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

1871. Samson R. 1872. Joseph T. 1873. Anna Mary, (de- 
ceased). 1874. Jesse. 



Children of (1716) Lewis and Eliza A. (Woodward) Windle. 
1875 William D., (Lewis, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 



1876. Elizabeth. 



Children of (1716) Lewis and Mary (Love) Windle. 
1877. Davis, (Leivis, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) de- 
ceased. 1878. Lewis, deceased. 



Children of (1717) William and Margaretta (Jackson) Windle 

1879. Anna E., (M//m??i, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 16, 1837 ; unmarried. 1880. Deborah J., born 8mo. 16, 
1839; unmarried 1881. Sallie E., born Umo. 18, 1845; married 
Abiah, son of Samuel and Ann Cope, of E. Bradford township, 
lOmo. 20, 1869. Sallie E. died 7mo. 15, 1874, leaving one child. 



Children of (1718) Job and Mary (Evans) Windle. 

1882. Isaac E., (Job, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 
2mo. 4, 1841; married lOmo. 22, 1862, to Mary E., daughter of 
Buddie and Elizabeth Sleeper, of Farmers' Institute, Indiana, where 
they reside. They have two children. 1883. William E., born 
12mo. 8, 1842 ; died 5mo. 22, 1858. 1884. Rebecca L..born lOmo. 
30, 1844. 1885. Annie, born 5mo. 13, 1848 ; died 4mo. 20, 1864. 

1886. Mary, born 5mo. 13, 1848; died 6mo. 9, 1857. 



202 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Manj (Jackson) Windle. 

188". Deborau. born 9mo. 27, 1850. 1888. Emilie, born 2mo. 
18, 1852. 1889. Elizabeth E., born 3mo. IC. 1855. 



Children of (1719) Henry and Eliza (Jackson) Windle. 

1890. Maruaretta J., (Henry., Job, Thomas., Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 10, 1839; married William Penrose Moore, son 
of William and Lydia, E. Brandywinc township, Chester Co. 
They had five children. 

1891. Thomas J., born 7mo. 4, 1843. 1892. Edwin J., born 7mo. 
4, 1847 ; died 12mo. 5, 1847. 



Children of (1719) Henry and Martha (Davis) Windle. 

1893, Elma, {Henry, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 
— ; died lOmo. 15, 1872. 



Children of Thomas H. and (17-21) Hannah (Windle) Wilson. 

1894. Deborah H., (Hannah, Job, 'Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 

1895. Andrew .J. 189('). William. 



Children of (1722) Isaac and Mary (White) Windle. 

1897. Jane, (Isaac, David, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) mar- 
ried Enos Umpstead. They have two children. 1898. Rachel, 
died in infancy. 

1899. Hannah, married Robert Black, of Coatesville, Chester 
Co., Pa. 



Children of (1723) Thomas and Rebecca (Rice) Windle. 

1900. Marshall, ( Thomas, David, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 

married . Resides in Ohio. 1901. Davis. 1902. George. 

1903. Lewis. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 203 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1724) Davis and Hopeful (Hoffman) Windle. 

1904. Francis. (Davis, David, Thomas. Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
married Ann Rogers. Francis died in 1864. They had three 
children. 1905. Jane. 1906. Sarah. 1907. Mary. 

1908. Davis. 1909. Phebe. 1910, Thomas D., married a daugh- 
ter of William McElhenny. They had children, names not obtained. 



Child of Isaac and (1727) Abigail (Windle) Davis. 

1911. William W., (Abigail, Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born in 1834 ; married Mary White, They had six children. 



Children of (1729) Israel P. and Emma (Bradley) Windle. 

1912. Lucius, (Israel P., Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
died in the army during the late rebellion. 1913, James M,, mar- 
ried. Residence, Columbus, Ohio. 1914. Cleona, married Frank 
Baird. They have two children. Residence, Zanesville, Ohio. 



Children of (1730) Ezra and Henrietta (Ulrich) Windle. 

1915. Ella. (Ezra, Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

1916. Kate. 



Children of Hustin and (1731) Mary Ann (Windle) Coleman. 

1917, Emma C, (Mary Ann, Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 1918. Austin W. Eugene. 



Child of (1732) Jacob S. and Clara (Foot) Windle. 
1919. Clara, (Jacob S., Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 



Children of (1733) Isaac and Alice (Jutt) Windle. 

1920. Beulaf, (Isaac, Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 1870. 1921. Francis, born 1872. 



204 SEVENTH GEN ER AT ION. 

DeHcen.da.nfH of Fran/yia and (H) Mary (Jackarya) Windle. 

Children of James C. and (II'U) Elizabeth S. rWindle) 

Read. 

1922. MAay, (Elizabeth S., Ix.rael, ThoraoH^ Marj, Isaac. An- 
Ih/rroj) flftceasfed. 1923. Flora. 1924. James. 1925. Charles, 
deceased. 192G. George. 1927. Alice. 



Children of (\1?/.i) Joseph and Jane H. ^Knox; Cummins. 

1928. Reynolds Knox, (Joseph, Hannah. Anne, Mary, Imac, 
Ardhrmy) born at Mifflintown, Pa., 9mo. 8, 1828. Residence, Sid- 
ney, Ohio. 

1929. John E., bom in Mifflintown, Pa., 4rao. 5, 1831 ; married 
Harriet Kinnard Carej', Cmo. h, 1850. Harriet bora 2mo. 26, 1833 ; 
died 2mo., 1876. John P]. died 4mo. 9, 1875. Resided at Sidney. 
He was a prominent law^-er, in practice twenty-one years; was in 
the army three years, in the recent war Lieutenant-colonel of a new 
R'eo-irnent 175. 0. V. 1.. at the end of the war was breveted Briga- 
dier-general as merit of his services. Afterwards, he was two years 
in the Ohio Senate and was also Assessor of Revenue for some 
time. He left three sons. 

1930. Thomas K., born in Mifflintown, Pa., 3mo., 1834 ; married 
and living at Callaton Ranche. California in 1852. 

1931. Jane Harris, born 8mo. 17. 1841 ; married Elisha K. 
Arbuckle, 6mo. 2, 18^;9. Elisha K. born 1837. They have had nine 
children, six of whom deceased and names not obtained. Resi- 
dence, Sidney, Ohio. 



Children of Joseph and (1740; Sarah ''Cummins; Wallace. 

1932. Elizabeth, (Sarah, Hannah, Anne. Mary, Isaac, ArdMny) 
married Dr. McPherson, of Harrisburg, Pa., (both deceased). They 
had two children. 1933. James, died young. 

1934. LcciLLA, died \-oung. 1935. Joseph. He was a Lieuten- 
ant in the United StaU^s Army in the Mexican war in 1848 and 
died of disease at Matamoras. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 205 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of Benjamin and (Hfil) Margaret (Evans) Maule. 

1936. Ann E., (JIargaret, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

1937. Isaac. 1938. Mary, married Barclay R. Leeds. They 
have three children. 1939. Emily. 1940. Margaret. 

1941. Jane. 1942. Hannah. 



Children of (1762) Jesse and Mary (Buffington) Evans. 

1943. Elizabeth, (Jesse, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born llmo. 16, 1836 ; married Alfred White, 1872. She died 1874. 
Xo children. 1944. Rachel, born 9mo. 25, 1838; married James 
Hollingsworth 2mo. 19, 1862. They have six children. Address, 
Buckle}', Illinois. 1945. Mary, born 7mo. 31, 1842; married Ed- 
ward King, 5mo. 1873. They have one child. Address, Chester, 
Wayne Co., Indiana. 1946. Louis, deceased. 1947. Emily, de- 
ceased. 1948. Thomas, deceased. 1949. Joseph, born 3mo. 16. 
1847. 



Children of Job and (1764) Mary (Evans) Windle. 
(See page 201 for record of family.) 



Children of James and (1765) Emily (Evans) Forsythe. 

1950. John E., {Emily, Isaac, Anne, Mary. Isaac, Anthony) horn 
2mo. 1, 1850. 1951. Mary, born Imo. 1, 1852; died 3mo. 2, 1864. 

1952. Isaac, born 12mo. 27, 1853. 

1953. Ruth Anna, born Imo. 27, 1856. 1954. Emily. 



Children of (1766) Isaac C. and Ann (Evans) Evans. 

1955. Mary L., (Isaac C, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
married Samuel Trimble. They have one child. 1956. Grace, 
deceased. 1957. Joseph. 1958. Isaac. 1959. William, deceased. 

1960. Anna. 1961. Lydia. 1962. Roland. 1963. William. 



206 SE VENTH G EyERA TION. 

Descendants of Fraticxs and (8) Many (-faciiion) Wtndle. 

Children of Samuel and (ITrsi) Hcttic Johnsoni Temple. 

1964. Rebecca. [Hettie, Ann, Wtlham, Mary, Inaac^ Anlhony) 
married Baker. They had three ohiMren ; namos not given. 

19t'5. William, married and had two children ; names not given. 

196C>. Samuel, married and liad children; names not given. 

1967. Ann, married William Alcott. They had nine childn*n. 
Residence, Kansas City. Missouri. 1968. Sarah, marrie<l William 
Ellis. They had seven chihlren; names not ascertaine<l. Sarah is 
deceased. 1969. Simon, married and ha«l childn'n ; names not ob- 
tained. r.'TO. Mary, unmarrie<l. 1971. Clemens, die<l unmarried. 



Children of Eli and (17"<6) Mary (Johnson) Plankcnton. 

1972. Thomas, { Mnry, Ann. William. Mary, I.«i. , ...dhony) 
bom lOmo. 21, 181.5; married Sarah Can^v n>>r»ut 1842. They had 
sis children. Residence, Milwaukee. \N in. 1973. .Vnn .1., 

bom 7mo. 21, 1"*17 : married David Hickey 12mo. 29, 1836. They 
had two children. 197 4. John, bom 3mo. 20, ioarrie<l Eliz- 

abeth Bracken Imo. 9, 1843. They have thrtt- children. Resi- 
dence, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1975. Lewis, bom 8mo. 2. 1822; 
died young. 197t'. George, dietl when a young man. 



Children of David and (1790) Mary < Winile Dinwiddie. 

1977. Eleanor. {Mary, Francis. William, Mary, haac, An- 
thony) bom Imo. 11. 1818; married Walker. Eleanor die<l 

Imo. 31, 1847. They had two children. 

1978. Susanna, bom 2mo. 6. 1820: died 2mo. 25, 1822. 

1979. John, bom 4mo. 15. 1822 ; married Rhwla Wallace, l(imo. 
20, 1853. They have one child living. 1980. Susanna, bora 9mo. 
24.1824; died in infancy. 1981. Margaret Jane, born 3mo. 5, 
1826 : married William C. Nelson, 8mo. 27. 1844. She died 2mo. 
27. 1852. They had three children. 

1982. David, bom lOmo. 8, 1828: died (unmarried) llmo. 28, 
1850. 1983. Francis W.. bom 5mo. 16, 1831 ; died (unmarried) 
8mo. 29, 1852. 1984. Martha E., bom 8mo. 31, 1833; died 5mo. 
3,1835. 1985. Mast Ella, bom 4mo. 26, 1836; died 3mo. 22, 
1852. 1986. Welliam. bora 7mo. 10. 1838; died in infancy. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 207 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1794) William and Mary (McLain) Windle. 

1987. Margaret B., ( Williatn. Francis^ William, Mary, Isauc, 
Anthony) born 6rao. 23, 1832 : married Joseph D. Winans, 12mo. 
10, 1852. They have six children. Residence, Huntsville, Schuvler 
Co., 111. 

1988. Francis, born llmo. 8, 1833; married Mary C. Laughlin, 
lOmo. 13, 186fi. No children. Residence, Ralls Co. Missouri. 

1989. David D., bom 3mo. 27, 1836 : died aged 3mos. 

1990. William M., born 5mo. 21. 1837; married Caroline King, 
lUmo. 18G1. No children. Residence, Valparaiso, Ind. 

1991. Mart Jane, born 2mo. 7, 1839; married William H. 
Smith, 5rao. 1, 18.59. They had two children. He died in the arm^'. 
She married (2nd) William Ambler. The^* have one child. Resi- 
dence, Brooklyn, Michigan. 

1992. Ella, born 12mo. 16, 1843 ; married Edwin S. Davis, Imo. 
1, 1868. They have two children. Residence, Eaton Co., Michigan. 

1993. Rosa, born 12mo. 22. 1845: married Thomas Tomkins, 
12mo. 30, 1864. They had five children. Residence, Woodstock, 
Lenawee Co.. .Michisran. 1994. Rebecca, born 8mo. 4. 1848; died 
aged four years. 



Child of (1794) William and Mary Nichols Windle) 

Winlle. 

1995. Goodwin C., ( William. Francis, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 7mo. 20, 1860. 



Children of James and (1795) Rebecca (Windle i Powers. 

1996. A. M. Powers. {Rebecca. Francis, William. Mary. Isaac, 

Anthony) born : married Bertha A. Sherman. lOmo. 13. 1858. 

They had four children, names not obtained. Dr. A. M. Powers, 
married (2nd) Sarah Barlow (widow) 5mo. 10, 1876. 

1997. Mary Ellen, born : died Imo. 4. 1864. 

1998. LiBBiE Jane, married Francis Chapman. 6mo. 19, 1872. 
Residence, Freedom Station, Portage Co.. Ohio. 



208 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1796) Francis and Mary (Nichols) Windle. 

1999. James, {Francis, Francis, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 

2000. Joseph. 2001. Mifflin. 2002. A daughter, name not 
known. 



Children of Joshua and (1797) Martha Jane (Windle) Gee. 

2002. Nicholas B., [Martha Jane, Francis, William, Mary^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 12, 1841 ; died Irao. 26, 1865. 

2003. Eleanor, horn 3mo. 21, 1843 ; died 6mo. 28, 1843. 

2004. Francis W., born 8mo. 3, 1844 ; married Mary L. McCrearj'', 
9mo. 13, 1871. They have two ehihlren. 2005. Caleb P., born 
12mo. 27, 1846; died 8mo. 15, 1847. 2006. Rebecca J., born 9mo. 
7,1848; died Imo. 1, 1850. 2007. James P. M., born llmo. 23, 
1851 ; married Lizzie Rice, llmo. 17, 1875. 



Children of (1798) Jonathan P. and Leah C. (Bosiert) 

Taylor. 

2008. Leonard, (Jonathan P., Sarah, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo. 2, 1849 ; married Sarah E. Roland, 2mo. 17, 
1876. 2009. Albert, born lOmo. 14, 1850 ; died 12mo. 28, 1856. 

2010. Catharine B., born 7mo. 28, 1852 ; married Peter S. Rap, 
2mo. 4, 1874. They had one child. 

2011. Ann, born lOmo. 19, 1855; died Imo. 8, 1857. 



Child of (1799) Thomas W. and Mary (Woolley) Taylor. 

2012. Samuel Woolley, (Thomas W., Sarah, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 23, 1848; married 5mo. 26, 1875, to 
Lauretta J. Miller, of Kennett Square. Residence, Kennett 
Square, Pa. 

Children of (1801) \A^illiam W. and Sarah (Cox) Taylor. 

2013. Mary, (William W., Sarah, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 9mo. 18, 1836 ; died 3mo. 20, 1839. 

2014. Harriet, born 8mo. 17, 1838; married Marcellus Rambo, 
2mo. 3, 1870. 2015. Clarkson, born 9mo. 27, 1843 ; died 9mo. 
29, 1843. 



SEVENTH OENERATTON. 209 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of Joseph A. and (180V) Mary Eliza (Windle) 

Wiggans. 

2016. Thomas Windle, {Mary Eliza, Thomas, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 12, 1827 ; died 5ino. 3, 1835. 

2017. Jonathan Fowler, born 3mo. 30, 1830 ; married Elizabeth 
Myers 9mo. 1, 1856. No issue. Residence, St. Louis, Mo. 



Children of (1808) Sharpless and Dinah (Taylor) Windle. 

2018. Mary S., (Sharpless, John, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born Imo. 30, 1838 ; married Jacob G., son of John and Eliza 
Landes, of Montgomery Co., 5mo. 9, 1858. Jacob G. born 8mo. 
23, 1828. They have had four children. Residence, Norristown, Pa. 

2019. Taylor, born 5mo. 20, 1839; married Eliza R., daughter of 
Isaac and Eliza Oakford, of Philadelphia, 5mo. 29, 1873. Eliza 
R,, born 12mo. 18, 1843. Tliey have one child. Residence, Phila- 
delphia. 

2020. Caleb T., born 9mo. 23, 1841 ; married Emma L., daughter 
of Thomas Westley and Sallie Ann Bowers, of Wilmington, Del., 
12mo. 30, 1869. Emma L., born 7mo. 4, 1848. They have one 
child. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

2021. Sarah R., born 8nio. 10, 1843 ; married Charles E., son of 
Isaac and Eliza Oakford, of Philadelphia, llmo. 28, 1867. Charles 
E., born 8mo. 10, 1838. They have four children. Residence, 
Philadelphia. 

2022. William T., born Brno. 30, 1845 ; died Imo. 30, 1874. 

2023. Levis, born 7mo. 23, 1847 ; died 8mo. 28, 1847. 



Children of (1811) Caleb and Mary (Seal) Windle. 

2024. William S., ( Caleb, John, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 6, 1846. 

2025. Howard, born 6mo. 21, 1851 ; married 2mo. 18, 1873, 
Cecilia M., born 3mo. 17, 1851, daughter of Otho and Margaret 
Reynolds, of Cecil Co. Md. They reside in Kennett. 

2026. Mary Emma, born lOmo. 23, 1854; died 9mo. 29, 1861. 

14 



210 SEVENTH OENERATIOy. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mart/ {JacLaon) Wiiidle. 

Children of Curtis J. and (1813) Ruth iWindle) Lewis. 

2027. Elizabeth J., (Buth, Thomas, William, Mnry, Isaa<\, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 24, 1848. 2028. Emmarene T., l.urn 2mo. 5, 1860. 

2029. Mary W., bom 12mo. 9, 1851 ; died 9rao. 7, 1h52. 

2030. Sharpless W., born 9mo. 30, 1853. 

2031. Harry Hickman, born 9nio. .']. 18.').^. 2032. CtRTis J., 
born 8mo. 10, 1S57. 

Children of (1815) David and Mary (Dilworth; Windlc. 

2033. Emily E., (Z)aiv(/, Thomas, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthtmy) 
born 6mo. 25, 1854; married James, son of John and Martha 
Thompson, of Kennett, 4mo. 3, 1872. James, born 2mo. 0, 1851. 
They have had two children. Residence in Kennett township. 

2034. Harry Levis, born 12mo. 27, 1855; died 12nio. n, 1856. 

2035. Margaret Deborah, boni Imo. 8, 1859; died Imo. 25, 1868. 

2036. ZiBA D., born l(»mo. 10, 1862 ; died 12mo. 28, 1862. 

2037. Elba L.. born 3mo. 18, 1S<'.5. 2<»3m. Jodn Siiarplksb, 
born 4mo. S, 1867. 2039. Hannah Mary, born 8rao. 11, 1869. 

2040. Deborah D., born Smo. 3, 1872. 2<>41. Laura J., born 
12mo. 6, 1874. 

Children of (1816) John and Hannah Mary (Way) Windle. 

2042. Anna Margaret. (John, Tliomas, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Smo. 1, 1863. 2043. Samuel Way. born 5mo. 28, 
1867. 2044. Percy S., born 7mo. 6, 1875. 

Children of ri821) JohnM. and Rebecca Jane (Peirce; Windle. 

2045. Ella P., (John J/., David, William, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 14, 1871. 2046. Mary E., born 7mo. 21, 1873. 
2047. Roland P., born Smo. 2, 1875. 



Children of (1822) David C. and Anna (Thomasj Windle. 

2048. Charles T., (David C, David, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 4, 1870. 2049. Florence M., born 9mo. 19, 
1872. 2050. Lucy A., born llmo. 6, 1875. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 211 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1827) David W. and Mary Ann (Anderson) 

Chalfant. 

2051. Mary D., {David W.^ Hannah, William^ Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2052. Davtd Carrol. 



Children of (1828) William and Esther Ann (Bailey) 

Chalfant. 

2053. Goodwin, ( William, Hannah, William, 3Iary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 7mo. 12, 1840; married Ida, daughter of Joshua 
and Wickersham, 9mo. 21, 1869. They had two children. 



Children of (1828) \Villiam and Sallie W. (Marshall) 

Chalfant. 

2054. Harry W., ( William, Hannah, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 29, 1855. 2055. Jennie D., born 3nio. 29, 1856. 

2056. William, born Imo. 29, 1858. 205t. John M., born 12mo. 
4, 1859. 2058. Edwin J., born 6mo. 11, 1866. 2059. Thomas M., 
born 6mo. 11, 1874. 



Child of Edwin and (1829) Sidney (Chalfant) James. 

2060. John Marsh all, {Sidney, Hannah, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 26, 1857. 



Children of Joseph and (1830) Jane D. (Chalfant) Dowdall. 

2061. Joseph J., {Jane D., Hannah, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thonij) deceased. 2062. Hannah. 2063. William Francis. 
2064. Lydia Ann. 



Children of (1833) Joseph J. and Phebe (Dutton) Windle. 

2065. Mary D., {Joseph J., Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 18, 1840; married Peter H. Ward, 12mo. 25, 1859. 
Peter H., born lOmo. 20, 1835. Mary D., died lOmo. 29, 1866. 
They had two children. 



212 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

2066. Henry J., born 3mo. 12, 1841 ; married Adaline Burns, 
8mo. 5, 1866. Adaline born Imo. 27, 1841. They have three 
children. Address, Winona, Ohio. 

2067. Anna Maria, born lOmo. 8, 1843; married William Gal- 
breath, 6mo. 18, 1863. William born 2mo. 1, 1835. No children. 
Address, Winona, Ohio. 2068. Benjamin Franklin, born 7mo. 
25, 1845; married Rachel Ann Whitacre, 9mo. 30, 1874. Bachel 
Ann born 4mo. 2, 1850, Address, Winona, Ohio. 

2069. Milton Early, born 3mo. 5, 1847 ; married Emma Pettit, 
llmo. 29, 1868. Emma born 4mo. 28, 1850. They have three 
children. Address, Winona, Ohio. 

2070. Edwin Dutton, born llmo. 24, 1848; married Amy Whin- 
ery, 2mo. 18, 1875. Amy born 8mo. 18, 1850. They have one 
child. Address, Winona, Ohio, 

2071. Alfaretta H., born 9mo. 24, 1850 ; married James Hoopes, 
Imo. 26, 1871. James born 7mo. 24, 1844. They had one child. 

2072. Ida Matilda, born 5mo. 20, 1856 ; married George Wolf, 
7mo. 24, 1875. George born 7mo. 23, 1844, They have one child. 
Address, Winona, Ohio. 



Children of Jesse and (1834) Adaline (Windle) Hawley. 

2073. Emmarene T., (Adaline, Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 26, 1845 ; married James Thornton McCracken, 
3mo. 17, 1870. They had two children. Address, Salem, Ohio. 

2074. William S., born 4mo. 22, 1848. 2075, Lydia Louisa, 
born 6mo. 2, 1850; died 9mo. 12, 1851. 2076. Margaret, born 
lOmo, 8, 1852, 2077. Emza Adelaide, born 8mo. 10, 1855. 

2078. Homer Lee, born 2mo. 25, 1858. 2079. Warren Alma, 
born 8mo. 24, 1860. 2080. Joseph Emmet, born lOmo. 14, 1862. 



Children of (1835) Caleb and Jane (Hawley) Windle. 

2081. Mary Isaphenia, (Caleb, Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 14, 1850 ; married Albert G. Phillips, 5mo. 2, 
1872. Albert G., born 2mo. 8, 1847. They have one child. Address, 
Franklin Square, Columbiana Co., Ohio. 2082. Amanda Jane, 
born 9mo. 10, 1851. 2083. Emma Matilda, born 4mo. 24, 1854. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 213 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

2084. Benjamin Nathan, born Imo. 14, 1856. 2085. Nettie P. 
born 12mo. 3, 1857. 2086. Lydia Hannah, born 4mo. 27, 1859. 

2087. Lizzie Louisa, born 4mo. 30, 1861. 2088. Newton H., 
born lOmo. 25, 1862. 2089. Jon K., born 2mo. 14, 1864. 

2090. Frank W., born Imo. IT, 1866. 



Children of (1835) Caleb and Harriet (Chandler-Hendricks) 

Windle. 

2091. Elmer C, (Caleb, Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4mo. 25, 1869. 2092. Adaline P., born 8mo. 9, 1870 ; died 
9mo. 16, 1872. 2093. Annie C, born 8mo. 7, 1872. 



Children of William E. and (1836) Louisa S. (Windle) 

Marshall. 

2094. Emza B., {Louisa S., Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, Antho- 
ny) born 12nio. 7, 1851 ; married EUwood Switzer, 12mo. 25, 1872. 
Ellwood born llmo. 2, 1849. Address, Franklin Square, Columbiana 
Co., Ohio. 

2095. NoRRis E., born 9mo. 22, 1853. 2096. William D., born 
5mo. 19, 1856. 2097. Lydia J., born 9mo. 30, 1859 ; died 5mo. 29, 
1860. 2098. Emmor T., born 3mo. 19, 1861. 

2099. Mary E., born 8mo. 16, 1863. 2100. Maria P.,born9mo. 
30, 1866. 2101. Laura P., born 9mo. 30, 1866. 



Children of (1837) Mifflin C. and Susan A. (Entriken) Windle. 

2102. Willie M., (Mifflin C, Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 16, 1859 ; died 4mo. 6, 1861. 2103. Strode 
Edgar, born 5mo. 13, 1860. 2104. Mary Ida, born 3mo. 19, 1862. 

2105. Lizzie P., born 8mo. 1, 1865. 



Children of William and (1838) Lydia Ann ( Windle; Carey. 

2106. Irma Elsie, {Lydia Ann, Benjamin, David, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 30, 1856. 2107. Isaac Francis, born 6mo. 7, 
1858. 2108. YiOLA Phebe, born Tmo. 19, 1860. 



214 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary {Jackson) Windle. 

2109. William Alvara, born 2mo. 8, 1862. 2110. Harry M., 
born 6mo. 10, 1867. 2111. Benjamin Windle, born 6mo. 21, 1874. 



. Children of (1839) William Kirk and Mary (Bash) \^^indle. 

2112. Jon Blanch, {William K., Benjanii7i, David, 3Iary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 15, 1861. 2113. Frank W. B., born Imo. 5^ 
1868. 2114. Charlie D., born 2mo. 23, 1870; died 4mo. 6, 1871. 

2115. William Carey, born Imo. 20, 1872. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of Samuel and (1866) Hannah E. (Windle) Ash. 

2116. WiLLETS, {Hannah E., Israel, Thomas, Thomas, Mary^ 
Isaac, Anthomj). 2117. Chester. 



Child of Abiah and (1881) Sallie E. (Windle) Cope. 

2118. Samuel W., {Sallie, William, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac,. 
Anthony) born lOmo. 23, 1871. 



Children of (1882) Isaac E. and Mary E. (Sleeper) Windle. 

2119. William S., {Isaac E., Job, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 24, 1863. 2120. Allen J., born lOmo. 31, 1867. 
2121. Charles Francis, born 9mo. 27, 1872. 



Children of William Penrose and (1890) Margaretta J. 

(Windle) Moore. 

2123. Ella E., {Margaretta J., Henry, Job, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony). 2124. Henrietta W. 2125. Edwin T. 
2126. W. Park. 2127. Lilly. (All minors). 



EIQETH GENERATION. 215 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of Enos and (1897) Jane (Windle) Umpstead. 

2128. Anna, (Jane, Isaac, David, Tliomas, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 

2129. LiDA. 



Children of (1904) Francis and Ann (Rogers) Windle. 

2130. Mart, (Francis, David, David, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2131. Frances. 2132. Sallie. 



Children of (1911) William W. and Mary (White) Davis. 

2133. Isaac, (William W., Abigail, Israel, Thomas, Mary,Isaac^ 
Anthony). 2134. Mary. 2135. Sallie. 2136. Joseph. 
2137. Emma. (All minors). 



Children of Frank and (1914) Cleona (Windle) Baird. 

2138. ExMMA, (Cleona, Israel P., Israel, Thomas, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony). 2139. Chester. 



Children of (1929) John E. and Harriet Kinnard (Carey) 

Cummins. 

2140. Joseph Knox, (John E., Joseph, Hannah, Anne, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 30, 1857. 2141. John Carey, born 
12mo. 20, 1859. 2142. Frank Carey, born 12mo. 7, 1868. 



Children of Elisha K. and (1931) Jane Harris (Cummins) 

Arbuckle. 

2143. Jane Harris, (Jane Harris, Joseph, Hannah, Anne, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born in Warrensburg, Missouri, 3mo. 12, 1870. 

2144. Joseph, born 2mo. 1, 1872. 2145. Thomas Harn, born in 
Sidney, Ohio, 3mo. 29, 1875. 



216 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Jiar?/ {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of Dr. McPherson and (1932) Elizabeth (Wallace) 

McPherson. 

2146. John B., (Elizabeth, Sarah, Hannah, Anne, Mary, Isaac^ 
Anthony). Resides at Harrisburg, Pa. 2147. Sarah. Resides at 
Gettysburg, Pa. 



Children of Barclay and (1938) Mary (Maule) Leeds. 

2148. NoRRis E., (Mary, Margaret, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2149. Arthur N. 2150. Albert E. 



Children of James and (1944) Rachel (Evans) HoUingsworth. 

f 2151. Elvin, (Rachel, Jesse, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 9, 1863 ; died 12mo. 26, ISU. 2152. Louella, born 
12mo. 13, 1865. 2153. Eldosa, born 8mo. 8, 1867. 2154. James, 
born.4mo. 20, 1869. 2155. Mary, born 8nio. 28, 1871. 
2156. Benjamin, born Imo. 6, 1875. 



Child of Edward and (1945) Mary (Evans) King. 

2157. Irving, (Mary, Jesse, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7mo. 17, 1874. 



Children of Samuel and (1955) Mary L. (Evans) Trimble. 

2158. Joseph, (Mary L., Isaac C, Isaac, Anne, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 



Children of William and (1967) Ann (Temple) Alcott. 

2159. Georoe p., (Ann, Hettie, Ann, William, Mary. Isaac, An- 
thony). 

2160. Clemens T. 2161. Adah. 2162. Ellwood H. 
2163. Anna Mary. 2164. Carrie D. 2165. Lilla Mary. 
2166. Mary, deceased. 2167. Sarah Emma, deceased. 



EIOHTH GENERATION. 217 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (1972) Thomas and Sarah (Canbyj Plankenton. 

2168. Mary Ann, (Thomas, Mary, Ann, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony). 2169. Eli. 2170. Julia. 2171. Hettie. 
2172. Lizzie. 2173. George. 



Children of David and (1973) Ann J. (Plankenton) Hickey. 

2174. Ezra, (Ann J., 3Iary, Ann, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 6mo. 13, 1839 ; deceased. 2175. Julia, born 9mo. 3, 
1843. 

Children of (1974) John and Elizabeth (Bracken) Plankenton. 

2176. William, (John, Mary, Ann, William, Mary, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2177. Hannah, 2178. Lizzie. 



Children of and (1977) Eleanor (Dinwiddie) Walker. 

2119. Homer B., (Eleanor, Mary, Francis, William, 3Iary, Isaac, 
Anthony). He lives at the old Windle homestead in Trumbull' Co., 
Ohio. 2180. Mary J., married James McClurg. They live in Ohio. 



Child of (1979) John and Rhoda (Wallace) Dinwiddie. 

2182. A daughter living, (name not obtained) born 1862. Resi- 
dence, Laporte, Ind. 

Children of William C. and (1981) Margaret Jane (Dinwiddie) 

Nelson. 

2183. Mary, (Margaret Jane, Mary, Francis, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) died in infancy. 2184. Emma E., married Sylvester 
Classen. They have one child. 2184^. Edgar Whitfielb, died 
in infanc}'. 

Children of Joseph D. and (1987) Margaret B. (Windle) 

"Winans. 
2185. Kit, (Margaret B., William, Francis, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony). 2186. Elsie. 2187. William W. 2188. Francis. 
2189. Everett. 2190. Eva. 



318 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mai-y {Jackson) Windle. 

Children of William H. and (1991) Mary Jane (Windle) Smith. 

2191. William Windle, ( liar- y Jane, William, Francis, William^ 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 6, 1860. 2192. Homer, born 
5mo. 1, 1862. 

Child of William H. and (1991) Mary Jane (Windle-Smith) 

Ambler. 

2193. Percy, (Mary Jane, William, Francis, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 2, 1870. 



Children of Edwin S. and (1992) Ella (Windle) Davis. 

2194. Elmer, {Ella, William, Francis, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 3, 1868. 2195. Blanche, born Irao. 16, 1811. 



Children of Thomas and (1993) Rosa (Windle) Tomkins. 

2196. Minnie, {Rosa, William,, Francis, William, Mary, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOino. 18, 1865. 2197. Charles, born lOmo. 3, 
1867 ; died 6mo. 10, 1876. 2198. William W., born 2mo. 7, 1870. 

2199. Wilton, born 6mo. 2, 1873. 2200. George E., born 4mo. 
18, 1875. 

Children of (2004) Francis W. and Mary L. (McCreary) Gee. 

2201. Louisa J., {Francis W., Martha Jane, Francis, William, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 23, 1873. 2202. James, born 
12mo. 24, 1875. 

Child of Peter S. and (2010) Catharine B. (Taylor) Rap. 

2203. Taylor, {Catharine B., Jonathan P., Sarah, William, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 11, 1874. 



Children of Jacob G. and (2018) Mary S. (Windle) Landes. 

2204. Sallie W., {3Iary S., Sharpless, John, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 21, 1860. 2205. Taylor W., born llmo. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 2x9 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

21, 1862; died Imo. It, 1863. 2206. Jennie N.,born 6mo. 7, 1869. 
2207. J. Herbert, born Imo. 9, 1875. 



Child of (2019) Taylor and Eliza R. (Oakford) Windle. 

2208. William T., (Taylor, Shayyless, John, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 22, 1874. 



Child of (2020) Caleb T. and Emma L. (Bowers) ^A^indle. 

2209. Clara B., (Caleb T., Sharpless, John, William, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 5, 1870. 



Children of Charles E. and (2021) Sarah R. (Windle) Oakford. 

2210. Mary Landes, (Sarah B., Sharpless, John,William, 3Iary^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo, 20, 1868, 2211. Elsie, born 5mo. 19, 
1870. 2212. Charles Windle, born 9mo. 6, 1871. 

2213. Frederic, born llmo. 1, 1874. 



Children of James and (2033) Emily E. (Windle) Thompson. 

2214. John Frederic, (Emily E., David, Thomas, William, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 6, 1873; died 4mo. 3, 1874. 

2215. A. Willard, born 4mo. 19, 1875. 



Children of (2053) Goodwin and Ida (Wickersham) Chalfant. 

2216. William W., (G^oodwjm, William, Hannah, William,Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 3mo. 31, 1873. 

2217. Charles J., born 4mo. 8, 1875. 



Children of Peter H. and (2065) Mary D. (Windle) Ward. 

2218. Carrie, (3Iary D., Joseph J., Benjamin, David, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 22, 1865 ; died 4mo. 23, 1865. 

2219. Theona Mary, bom 5mo. 18, 1866. 



330 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of Francis and (8) 3Iary (Jackson) Windle. 

Children of (2066) Henry J, and Adaline (Burns) Windle. 

2220. George J., {Henry -/., Joseph J., Benjamin., David., Mary., 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 20, 1867. 

2221. Elmer A., born 9mo. 7, 1868. 2222. Mary, born lOmo. 
13, 1871. 



Children of (2069) Milton Early and Emma (Pettit) Windle. 

2223. Harry J., {Milton E., Joseph J., Benjamin, David, Mary, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 3, 1871. 

2224. Carrie Mary, born llmo. 30, 1873. 

2225. William Norman, born 5mo. 21, 1875. 



Child of (2070) Edwin Button and Amy (Whinery) 

Windle. 

2226. Phebe Elizabeth, {Edwin D., Joseph J., Benjamin, David, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 12ino. 4, 1875. 



Child of James and (2071) Alfaretta H. (Windle) Hoopes. 

2227. Phebe Aramenta, {Alfaretta H., Joseph H., Benjamin, 
David, Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 14, 1876. 



Child of George and (2072) Ida Matilda (Windle) Wolf. 

2228. Henry Albert, {Ida Matilda, Joseph J., Benjamin, David, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 10, 1876. 



Children of James T. and (2073) Emmarene T. (Hawley) 

McCracken. 

2229. Lizzie Etta, {Emmarene T., Adaline, Benjamin, David, 
Mary, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 6, 1872. 

2230. George William, born 3ino. 10, 1874 ; died 8mo. 23, 1875. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 221 

Descendants of Francis and (8) Mary (Jackson) Windle. 

Child of Albert G. and (2081) Mary Isaphenia (Windle) 

Phillips. 

2231. Curtis E., {Mary Isaphenia.^ Caleb, Benjamin, Davidy 
Mary., Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 4, 1873. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



Child of Sylvester and (2184) Emma E. (Nelson) Classen. 

2232. Lottie {Emma E.^ Margaret Jane, Mary. Francis, Wil- 
liam, Mary, Isaac, Anthony). 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 



Children of (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

2233. Rache^, (John^ Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 28, 1741 ; mar- 
ried James, son of John and Katharine Pusey, of Londongrove, 
lOmo. 28. 1761. James born 5rao. 3, 1735 ; died 3mo. 7, 1766. 
Rachel died 2mo. 24, 1765. They had two children. 

2234. Isaac, born lOmo. 29, 1742; married Phebe, daughter of 
Robert and Mabel (Anderson) Halliday, (both deceased) of New 
Garden, lOmo. 24, 1765. They had three children. Isaac married 
(2nd) Sarah Jackson (born 5mo. 26, 1749) daughter of Jonathan and 
Mary Jackson, of E. Marlborough, 2mo. 16, 1786. No issue. He 
died in the Fall of 1808 ; Sarah, his widow, died 6mo. 17, 1818. 

William and Deborah Halliday had six children, viz : Robert, born 7mo, 
16, 1702, in Ireland ; married Miriam Haines, (his first wife) daughter of 
Joseph Haines, Nottingham, 4mo. 3, 1730. Rachel, born lOmo. 25, 1704 ; 
married Andrew Moore, of Sadsbury, 4mo. 24, 1725. Jacob, born 8mo. 18, 
1706 ; died 5mo. 24, 1721. Margaret, born llmo. 13, 1709 ; married Samuel, 
son of Gayen Miller, 4mo. 29, 1732. Sarah, born Imo. 24, 1713. Deborah, 



223 FO UB TH GENERA Tl ON. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah. {Miller) Jackson. 

l)orn 2mo. 28, 1716 ; married Jonathan, son of James Lindley, 2mo. 15, 1743. 
Jonathan and Deborah had four children, viz: Jacob, born 9mo. 18, 1744; 
married Hannah Miller. He was an eminent minister in the Society of 
Friends. James, born lOmo. 18, 1746. Jonathan, born 9mo. 18, 1750. 
Deborah, born 12mo. 26, 1753. The following is a copy of the Certificate* 
of removal which Mabel Anderson brought with her when she came to 
America : 

' ' Whereas, Mabel Anderson, with ye consent of her mother and relations 
consent, the more that she is minded to goe in company with her uncle Wil- 
liam to transport herself into some part of America, therefore at her desire 
is willing to give her a Certificate of her behaviour here &c. 

Now these are to certifie whome it may concern that the said Mabel hath 
been a frequent comer to our meetings of wor.shiping God, from her childhood, 
being so educated by her parents, and hath behaved herself soberly and hon- 
estly in her conversation as far as ever we could understand, and is loved and 
esteemed by us, and although being a young woman, is clear of any engage- 
ment with any in relation to marriage, and if she be so inclined to alter her 
condition, that way is left to her liberty, provided it be with her friends' and 
relations' consent ; so hoping it may be for her wellbeing which is greatly de- 
sired, and therefore recommend her to ye Lord's protection and guidance of 
his spirit, the care of Friends wherever her lot may be to reside, for her pre- 
servation in ye truth which is greatly desired by us. 

Given at a meeting in Ballyhagan, the 13th day of ye 3mo. 1737, and signed 
on behalf of ye same by ffrancis Hobson, Richard Wetherell, Samuel Gray, 
William Wetherell, Joseph Wetherell, Thomas Toppin," and several others. 

Robert Halliday married Mabel Anderson, (his 2nd wife) in 1739 or 40. 
They had two children, viz: Jacob, who married (1st) Patience, daughter of 
Thomas and Hannah Painter of Concord, 4mo. 13, 1768 ; he married (^2nd) 

to Ann . He died 3mo. 22, 1822 ; she died about 1836 or 7. Phebe, 

who married Isaac .Jackson. 

2235. Hannah, born Imo. 16, 1745 ; married Moses, son of Wil- 
liam and Elizabeth Rowan, of New Garden, lOmo. H, 1770. Moses 
born 4mo. 25, 1744; died of yellow fever in 1799. Hannah died in 
1818. They had seven children. 

Moses Rowan removed with his family to Philadelphia, where he followed 
his trade, which was that of a ship-joiner. Concerning Moses, a granddaugh- 
ter! communicates the following information: that he lived in the southern 
portion of the city, near the Delaware; and a considei'able part of his busi- 
ness consisted in making grain chests for mei'chant vessels. He built the 
house occupied by Wm. Logan Fisher, on Fisher's Lane — and our informant 
visiting the latter on a certain occasion, William calling her attention to 
the solidity of the wood- work, went to the bannister of the ample staircase 
in the hall and attempted to shake it. "There,'' said he, "thou may be 

*Tlie original is in the possession of Gilbert Cope, "West Chester, Pa. 
tS. M. P., of Philadelphia. 



FO UR TH GEIS'ERA TION. 223 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

proud of thy grandfather — he was not only a good workman, but an upright, 
honest, excellent man, who hated shams of all kinds."' He died of yellow- 
fever in 1799, "having," she observes, "never before, as I have been told, 
been sick. He was six feet in height, a stature none of his descendants have 
attained." 

2236. John, born llmo. 16, 1746; married Susanna, daughter of 
Joseph and Susanna (Miller) Jackson, of Londongrove, 12mo. 22, 
1768. Susanna, (John's wife) born 7mo. 7, 1743. John died in 
Baltimore, Imo. 1, 1795. They had eight children. 

Joseph Jackson and Susanna ]Miller were married at New Garden, 2mo. 
18, 1734. They had nine children. (See further record of their family in 
appendix under Descendants of Ephraim and Rachel Jackson. ) 

2237. Sarah, born 3mo. 4, 1750 ; married Samuel, son of Thomas 
and Elizabeth Woodward of E. Marlborough, at Londongrove 
meeting, 5mo. 12, 1713. Samuel born 8mo. 9, 1750. Sarah died 
lOmo. 14, 1791. They had nine children. Samuel married (2nd) 
Hannah (Starr) Cook, 12mo. 18, 1799, at Londongrove; he died 
2mo. 29, 1814. 

2238. James, born 8mo. 1, 1752 (N. S.) ; married Mary Cloud. 
She died Imo. 20, 1789, aged 31 years, leaving seven children. 
James married (2nd) Elizabeth, sister to his first wife. No issue. 
He died llmo. 3, 1808. 

2239. Ann, born 6mo. 16, 1755 ; married Joshua, son of Joel and 
Betty Baily, of W. Marlborough, 5mo. 13, 1778. Joshua born 4mo. 
20, 1747 ; died Imo. 26, 1826. Ann died 8mo. 15, 1833. They had 
eight children. 

2240. Thomas, born llmo. 4, 1757 ; married Margaret, daughter 
of George and Jane Chandler. Margaret born llmo. 8, 1762. 
They had three children. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of James and (2233) Rachel (Jackson; Pusey. 

2241. John, (Rachel, John, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 28, 1762. 

2242. Isaac, born 2mo. 3, 1765. 



224 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson, 

Children of Isaac and (2234) Phebe (Halliday) Jackson, 

2243. Sarah, (Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 29, 1766; 
married Joseph Hutton, in 1786. Tlie following appears, by the 
records of New Garden Monthly Meeting : Joseph Hutton and 
Sarah Jackson accomplished their marriage by the assistance of a 
hireling minister, on account of which they lost their right of mem- 
bership, 12mo. 3, 1785. Joseph died llmo 1, 1821. Sarah died 
12mo. 20, 1838, They had thirteen children. Resided in Little. 
Britain, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

Joseph was, probably, a son of Joseph Hutton, of iVew Garden. The latter 
left a will dated 7mo. 38, 1735; his death occurring a short time afterwards, 
the will was admitted to probate 15th of llmo., the same year. The children 
named were as follows: John, Thomas, Jose^ih, Samuel, William, Benjamin, 
Nehemiah and Ephraim. The witnesses to the will were: Isaac Jackson, 
Joseph .Jackson and Benjamin Fredd. 

2244. Halliday, born Smo. 31, 1771 ; married Jane, daughter of 
Thomas and Jane (Adams) Hougli, of Philadelphia, 3mo. 18, 1801^ 
at Friends' Meeting, Philadelphia. Jane born Smo. 23. 1777 ; died 
12mo. 28, 1830. They had twelve children. He married, (2nd) Omo- 
13, 1833, Ann P., widow of Thomas Paschall, and daughter of Samuel 
Gibson, Kingsessing, Philadelphia Co. Ann P. born 6mo. 24, 1792 ; 
died 2mo. 11, 1874. Issue, one child that died in infanc3\ Ann P., was 
a minister in the Society of Friends for more than forty years. 

Halliday Jackson, when a young man, offered his services with two others* 
to go among the Seneca Indians, then under the care of Philadelphia Yearly 
Meeting, to instruct them in various industrial pursuits, and remained with 
them about t\yo years. The encouraging success of his labors met with a 
favorable endorsement from the Yearly Meeting, as appears from the follow- 
ing minute on the Records of New Garden Monthly Meeting, dated 9mo. 6, 
1800. 

" Halliday .Jackson returued the recommendation granted him in 3mo., 
1798, endorsed by the Yearly Meeting's committee appointed on Indian 
Affairs, dated the 14th of last month, expressive of their unity with him in 
his weighty undertaking, and satisfaction with his service among the Indian 
tribes where he was stationed, which, with his safe return and verbal account 
of pursuing his prospect to the peace of his own mind, is satisfactory to this 
meeting." 

He obtained a certificate of removal from New Garden Monthly Meeting, 
dated 4mo. 28, 1803, to the meeting at Darby, Delaware Co., Pa., within the 
limits of which he then settled. In 1830, the results of his own observations 

♦Henry Simmons and Joel Swayne. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 225 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

and of the labors of co-workers in the Indian cause, were published in his 
work, entitled " Civilization of the Indian Natives." in the preface of which 
occur the following remarks : ' ' Although the author has spent but a small 
portion of time in a personal residence among this people, in comparison 
with many others, yet he can acknowledge, that the short time devoted to 
that service embraced some of the happiest moments of his early life. For, 
although deprived of the social comforts of society, and far removed from 
all the near and tender connections of his youthful days, yet from a full con- 
viction of the rectitude of the work, and the incalculable good, under the 
Divine blessing, that might finally result to that people, the wilderness was 
often made as it were an Eden, and the desert as the garden of the Lord — 
'Joy and gladness were found therein, thanksgiving and the voice of 
melody.' " He died 2mo. 9, 18B5. 

2245. Mabel, born 5mo. 28, 1714 ; married Samuel, son of John 
and Margaret Hadley, of Mill Creek, 5mo. 17, 1792. Samuel born« 
6mo. 14, 1767; died llmo. 27, 1798. They had five children. 
Mabel married (2nd) Israel, son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Hoopes, 
3mo. 14, 1805. Israel born lOmo. 30, 1778 ; died 2mo. 12, 1845. 
Mabel died . They had seven children. 

Israel was a lineal descendant of Joshua Hoopes, who immigrated from 
Yorkshire, England, in 1683, accompanied by his son Daniel, who was then 
eleven years of age. Daniel married Jane Worrilow, and they had seventeen 
children, remarkable for their longevity, eleven of whom averaged eighty 
years of age. The last member of this long-lived family died in Kennett town- 
ship, Chester Co., 12mo. 31, 1815. 

Simon and Ruth Hadley came from Ireland, and were among the early set- 
tlers of Mill Creek, Delaware. Ruth died 12mo. 18, 1750-1. Their chil- 
dren as follow : Joseph born 8mo. 25, 1698 ; married in 1721 Amy Gregg : 
Deborah, born 2mo. 25, 1701 ; married Benjamin Fred, 4mo. 20, 1721 : 
Joshua, born 3mo. 6, 1703 ; married Mary Rowland : Simon, born 12mo. 23, 
1704-5 ; died llmo. 4, 1730 : Hannah, born llmo. 16, 1709 ; married 
Thomas Dixon, 7mo. 2, 1725: Ruth, born 12mo. 6, 1711-12; married Thomas 
Lindley : Katharine, born 2mo. 25, 1715 ; married Robert Johnson : Ann, 
born 12mo. 7, 1717-8 ; married Richard Gregg. 

Joseph and Amy (Gregg) Hadley, (of Mill Creek) had children of whom, 
John, born 2mo. 2, 1724, married 6mo. 16, 1750, Margaret, daughter of 
Samuel and Elizabeth Morton, of Londongrove. 

Children of John and Margaret {Morton) Hadley. 

Elizabeth, born 8mo. 27, 1751 (O. S.); married Henry Dixon. Simon, born 
2mo. 6, 1754. Emey, born Imo. 11, 1756; married Isaac Dixon. Mary, born 
7mo. 12, 1759 ; married Samuel Pennock. Hannah, born 2mo. 24, 1763 ; 
married William Thompson. Samuel, born 6mo. 14, 1767 ; married Mabel 
Jackson. 

15 



226 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

Descendants of {\\) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Moses and (2235) Hannah (Jackson) Rowan. 

2246. William, (Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) boru Tmo. 1(5, 
17T1 ; died in the West Indies, unmarried. 

2247. John, boru Imo. 2.S, 1773 ; married Mary Walter. He died 
of yellow fever, in 1799. They had two children. 

2248. Elizabeth, boru Smo. 13, 1774; married Owen Biddle, 
(born 4mo. 28, 1774) son of Owen and Sarah Biddle, 5mo. 2, 1798, 
at Friends' meeting, Pine street. Philadelphia. Owen died onio. 
25, 180t5. They had five children. Elizabeth, married (2nd) John 
Broadbent. of Yorkshire, England. She died llmo. 26, 1832. 
They had four children. 

2249. Sarah, born 6mo. 5, 1776; married Joseph MaxQeld, at 
Pine street meeting, Philadelphia, 12mo. 6, 1797. She died 3mo. 
24, 1856. They had seven children. 

2250. Ann, born Imo. 25, 1778 ; married John M. Smith, son of 
Nathan Allen and Joyce Smith. They had four children. 

2251. Mary, boru 12mo. 28, 17«0; married George Erich, of Ger- 
man}-, in 1806. Mary died in 1863. They had three children. 

2252. Phebe, born 12mo. 22, 17^3 ; married William, (of Phila- 
delphia) son of Joseph and Rachel Jones, of Birmingham, Chester 
Co., 12mo. 7,1805. William born 12mo. 5, 1776; died 9mo. 22, 
1849. Phebe died 2mo. 22, 1805. They had eight children. 



Children of (2236) John and Susanna (Jackson) Jackson. 

2253. Rachel, (John, John, Isaac. Anthowj) born 9mo. 15, 1769. 

2254. Sarah, boru 4mo. 3, 1771. 2255. Alice, born 9mo. 3, 
1773; died6mo. 30, 1776. 

2256. Susanna, born 7mo. 27, 1775. 2257. John, born llmo. 13, 
1777. 2258. Joseph, born Smo. 25, 1779. 2259. Samuel, born 
6mo. 20, 1782. 2260. Thomas, born 5mo. 15, 1788. 



Children of Samuel and (2237) Sarah (Jackson; Woodward. 

2261. Susanna, (Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born Smo. 5, 1773 ; 
married Benjamin, son of William and Ann Swayne, of E. Marl- 
borough, 12mo. 10, 1801. Benjamin born llmo. 1, 1763 ; died 2mo. 
7, 1848. Susanna died 3mo. 20, 1806. They had three chddren. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 227 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

2262. John, born 5mo. 22, 1775; married Rebecca Coates, at 
Cain meeting, Imo, 16, 1805. John died 5mo. 11, 1843. Rebecca 
died 3mo. 25, 1850. Xo children. 

2263. Samuel, born 3mo. 18, 1777; married Ann, daughter of 
Caleb and Mary Swayne, of E. Marlborough, at Londongrove, 4mo. 

9, 1800, and removed to Christiana Hundred, Delaware, about 1804. 
Ann born Imo. 3, 1775 ; died 3mo. 7, 1834. Samuel died lOmo. 4, 
1841. They had six children. 

2264. Sarah, born 2mo. 11, 1779 ; married John, son of John 
and Sarah Fell, of New Garden, 11 mo. 12, 1800. John born 4mo. 

10, 1778 ; died 3mo. 2, 1850. Sarah died 3mo. 23, 1829. They had 
three children. 

2265. William, born Imo. 23, 1782; married Sarah, daughter of 
Isaac Bolton, Imo. 15, 1812. Sarah born 9mo. 28. 1782 ; died 9mo. 
1, 1856. William died 6mo. 13, 1856. They had three chUdren. 
William and Sarah settled in Kennett. 

2266. Thomas, born 2mo. 15, 1784 ; married Mary, daughter of 
Reuben and Elizabeth Barney, of Xew Garden, 12mo. 14, 1809, at 
Hockessin, Delaware. Mary born 4mo. 9, 1792. Thomas died 
7mo. 15, 1859. They had five children. 

2267. Levi, born Imo. 29, 1786; married Phebe, daughter of 
Joseph and Sarah Hutton, of Xew Garden, Imo. 11, 1816. Phebe 
born 2mo. 11, 1792. They had eight children. Levi resided in E. 
Marlborough, settled in Little Britain, about 1818-19, thence re- 
moved to York Co., Pa. He died Imo. 15, 1855. 

2268. Rachel, born llmo. 25,1787 ; married Levi, son of Samp- 
son and Elizabeth Wickersham, of X"ew Garden, lOmo. 17. 1810. 
Levi born 12mo. 26, 1784; died 3mo. 7, 1865. Rachel died 9mo. 
7, 1830. They had five children. 

2269. Rebecca, born 4mo. 4, 1790 ; married William Commons, 
of Kennett, son of John and Sarah, of Jefferson Co., Yirginia. 4mo. 
14,1824. William born 6mo. 5, 1789; died 5mo. 19, 1855. Re- 
becca died 6mo. 24, 1866. 



Children of (2238) James and Mary (Cloud) Jackson. 

2270. Joshua, (James. John, Isaac. Anthony) born 3mo. 31, 1776. 

2271. Rachel, born 2mo. 20, 1778; died young. 2272. Sarah, 
born 7mo. 2, 1779 ; married John Hannum, son of Col. John Han- 



228 FIFTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

num and Alice Parke, of West Chester. He was born 6mo. 8, 1168 ; 
died 8mo. 28, 1822. Sarah died 2mo. 8, 1853. They had nine 
children. 2273. Ann, born 2mo. 2, 1782; married Caleb, brother 
of John Hannum. He was born Smo. 23, 1781 ; died Imo. 4, 1809^ 
in West Chester, Pa. Ann died Imo. 3, 1843. No issue. 

2274. Mary, born 2mo. 3, 1784 ; died young. 2275." Thomas, 
born lOmo. 4, 1786 ; married Eliza Warner, 5mo. 27, 1809. She died 
7mo. 8, 1815. They had three children. Thomas married (2ud) 
Mary Warner, 7mo. 10. 1816. He died lOmo. 5, 1821. They had 
two children. 

2276. Mary, born Imo. 16, 1789; died 6mo. 9, 1850; married 
3mo. 7, 1810, to Jabez Hoopes, son of Benjamin Hoopes and Betty 
Lewis, born 6mo. 10, 1774 ; died 9mo. 25, 1824. He was a hatter 
and resided in West Chester Pa. They had six children. 



Children of Joshua and (2239) Ann (Jackson) Baily. 

2277. Lewis, (Aim, John, Iso,ac, Anthony) born Smo. 10, 1779; 
died 9mo. 25, 1832, at Londongrove. 2278. Phebe, born llmo. 
29, 1780 ; married Isaac, son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bartram, 
llmo. 16, 1814. Phebe died 9mo. 20, 1831. Isaac died 7mo. 2, 1855. 
They had two children. Resided at Darby, Delaware Co., Pa. 

Isaac was a lineal descendant from the ancient family of Bartrams, who 
had settled in Yorkshire, England, and who had a son John that immigrated 
to Pennsylvania with his family in 1683, and located in Darby, Delaware Co. 
This John had a grandson, John, born 3mo. 23, 1699, who in 1728, establish- 
ed the first botanic garden in America, well known as " Bartram's Garden," 
bordering the Schuylkill and now included within the limits of Philadelphia. 

2279. Sarah, born 8mo. 8, 1782; married Joseph Pusey, 5mo. 
1803. Sarah died 8mo. 19, 1812. Joseph died 7mo. 21, 1858. They 
had four children. 2280. Reuben, born Imo. 22, 1785; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bartram, lOmo. 15, 
1812. Reuben died Imo. 23, 1851. Elizabeth died 4mo. 15, 1861. 
Thoy had six children. 

2281. Joshua, born 3mo. 14, 1787 ; married Elizabeth Lloyd^ 
5mo. 29, 1816. He died in Philadelphia, Imo. 18, 1832. They had 
seven children. 2282. Joel J., born 7mo. 8, 1789; married Ann 
Richmond, Imo. 5, 1820. She died llmo. 9, 1835. They had eight 
children. Joel J., married (2nd) Elizabeth, daughter of Jesse 
Pugh. He died 12mo. 29, 1864. They had three children. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 229 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

2283. Edith, born 9mo. 12, 1791 ; died 6mo. 30, 1792. 

2284. Lydta, born 5mo. 23, 1794 ; married Charles BufRngton, 
lOmo. 11, 1826. Slie died 12mo. 27, 1854. No children. They re- 
sided at Unionville, Chester Co, 

2285. Edith, boru lOino. 14, 1796 ; married Abner Chalfant, 
lOmo. 10, 1838. Abner boru 8mo. 20, 1787 ; died 3mo. 22, 1839. 
No children. 



Children of (2240) Thomas and Margaret (Chandler) Jackson. 

2286. Jane, ( Thomas.^ John, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 4, 1793. 
2237. John, born 6mo. 29, 1795. 2288. George, born Imo. 22, 
1797 ; died 4mo. 12, 1819. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



Children of Joseph and (2243) Sarah (Jackson) Hutton. 

2289. Joel, (Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 16, 
17S6;* married Sarah Hartley, 2mo. 22, 1808. Sarah, born 6mo. 
23, 1781 ; died 8mo. 23, 1866, Joel died 2mo. 21, 1833. They had 
twelve children. 

2290. Benjamin, born 12mo. 9, 1787; married Elizabeth M. 
Dungan. No issue. He married (2nd) 5mo. 21, 1816, to Elizabeth 

(afterwards Elizabeth Gryder by 2nd marriage). Benjamin 

died 8mo. 27, 1836. 2291. Isaac J., born 9mo. 24, 1789; died (un- 
married.) 

2292. Phebe, born 2mo. 11, 1792; married Levi, son of Samuel 
and Sarah Woodward, Imo. 11, 1816. Levi, born Imo. 29, 1786; 
died Imo. 15, 1855. They had eight children. Their residence was 
in E. Marlborough, but afterwards they located in Little Britain, 
about 1818-19, and thence removed to York Co., 1844. 

2293. Mary, born 2qio. 26, 1794 ; died 9mo. 12, 1795. 

2294. Mabel, born 2mo. 6, 1796 ; married Jeremiah B., son of 
Timothy and Sarah (Brown) Haines. Jeremiah B., born 4mo. 3, 

*The old Family Eible in the possession of Joel's son Benjamin, gives the date Tmo. 17, 
1783. 



230 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

1797. They had eight children. He married (2nd) to Sarah 
Thomas, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca D. Roman ; and (3rd) to 
Ruthanna Newlin, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Taylor, of New 
Garden. Jeremiah died 2mo. 22, 1872. His widow resides in 
West Chester, Pa. 

2294^. Halliday J., born 3mo. 9, 1798 ; died 3mo. 18, 1798. 

2295. Margaret, born 7mo. 22, 1799 ; married Edwin, son of 
Timothy and Sarah (Brown) Haines, 2mo. 7, 1821. Edwin born 
6mo. 20, 1801. They had four children. Residence, Rising Sun, 
Cecil Co., Md. 

2296. William, born 6mo. 1, 1801 ; married Rachel, daughter of 
Elisha and Hannah (Mullen) Kirk, 7mo. 4, 1822. Rachel born 
8mo. 30, 1804. William died 12mo. 23, 1854. They had three 
children. 2297. Jabez, born 2mo. 20, 1803 ; married Rebecca 
Brown. No issue. Both deceased. 

2298. Jacob, born 3mo. 18, 1805 ; married Rebecca Pyle. Jacob 
removed to Fremont, Illinois, where he died Imo., 1875. They 
had two children, both deceased. Rebecca now resides at Rising 
Sun, Md. 

2299. Sarah, born 12mo. 27, 1806 ; married Lewis, son of Timo- 
thy and Sarah Haines. Lewis born 12mo. 1,1803. They had four 
children. 2300. Kersey, born 9mo. 18, 1810; died (unmarried). 



Children of (2244) Halliday and Jane (Hough) Jackson. 

2301. Jacob, {Malliday.^ Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 
11, 1801; married Esther L., daughter of Reese and Elizabeth 
Thomas, 4mo. 13, 1826. Esther L. born 4mo. 24, 1801. Jacob 
died 8mo. 10, 1841. They had three children. 

2302. Mary H., born lOmo. 17, 1803 ; married Oliver W., son of 
Benjamin and Martha Schofield, of Bucks Co., Pa., llmo. 0, 1834. 
Oliver W., born 9mo. 6, 1806; died 2mo. 4, 1852. They had five 
children. Mary H. married (2nd) John, son of Henry and Sarah 
Child, of Philadelphia. John, born 9mo. 20, 1789; died 6mo. 18, 
1876. Mary H., was an approved minister in the Society of Friends. 
In religious service her communications were never much extended, 
but always delivered in a clear and impressive manner. She took an 
active part in various reformatory movements, earnestly laboring 
for the cause of humanity wherever her services seemed to be most 



SIXTH GENERATION. 281 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

needed. From a sense of duty abstaining for many years from the 
use of the products of unrequited labor, she bore consistently^ a faith- 
ful testimony against slavery ; and was an efficient worker with 
others in benevolent institutions, with which she was connected the 
latter part of her life. She died suddenly of heart disease, 8mo. 11, 
1874. 

2303. Thomas H., born Tmo. 17, 1805 ; since 1849 he has resided 
at Sacramento, Cal., (unmarried). 2304. Isaac, born Imo. 6, 1807 ; 
died 8mo. 14, 1814. 

2305. John, born Omo. 25, 1809 ; married Rachel Thomas, daugh- 
ter of Isaac and Elizabeth T. Tyson, and granddaughter of Elisha 
Tyson, at Lombard street meeting House, Baltimore, lOmo. 14, 
1835. They had five children. John Jackson was an approved 
minister in the Society of Friends, and as such, stood pre-eminent 
in his day as an eloquent and impressive speaker, and for his well- 
adapted language, and the clear enunciation of his religious princi- 
ples. In 1837 he and his wife (whose education and taste favored 
his literary pursuits) founded the Sharon Female Boarding School 
at their residence near Darby, which proved a highly successful in- 
stitution, and was maintained as such until the close of his life. 

In 1840 he engaged in religious service on a visit* to the West 
India Islands, which, after an absence of several months, was accom- 
plished with "great comfort and peace of mind." As an Astrono- 
mer he ranked high among the scientific minds of the country. His 
large Frauenhoffer Equatorial Telescope and its valuable auxilia- 
ries attested his liberality and earnestness in the promotion of astro- 
nomical science ; and through their agency, as a contemporary has 
observed, he was enabled " to present to the minds of the children 
under his care, the grandeur and glory of the Divine Architect of the 
Universe." In other departments of science his knowledge was ex- 
tensive, and co-equal therewith he possessed the happy faculty of 
imparting, instructinsly. and in a lucid manner that knowledge to 
others. Having become a member of the Delaware Co. Institute of 
Science, in 1834, by his aid its interests were materially advanced. 
His library, cabinets of minerals and fossils, with other appliances 
for scientific instruction, were extensive, and open to all who might 

*George Truman, of Philadelphia, having also obtained a minute corresponding in con- 
cern, accompanied by Thomas B. Longstreth as their companion, they entered upon the im- 
portant engagement together : and on their return testified to their respective meetings 
that they felt the reward of peace and satisfaction. 



232 SIXTR GENERATION. 

Descendants o/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. , 
incline to their investigation. Tlie study of the Natural Sciences, 
rightly pursued, he regarded as ennobling and elevating in its tend- 
ency ; and his high appreciation of such pursuits is expressed in his 
own words as follows : " Every page of the great volume of nature 
is full of living and instructive truth. There is a beautiful relation 
between mind and matter, between the works of God and our 
capacity to contemplate them. Our intellectual nature is as much 
a gift of God, as the gift of grace, and we are responsible for the 
culture and improvement of the one, as of the other. I have no 
idea that so noble a talent is to be buried in the earth, that it is to 
be employed merely in procuring food and raiment for these frail 
temples, which are soon to moulder in the dust. Far otherwise ! 
Placed in the midst of a beautiful creation, we are invited to medi- 
tate on the workmanship of its Author. Such an exercise of the 
intellect is profitable to us for it leads to humility, and while it 
makes manifest the feebleness of man and our comparative nothing- 
ness, amidst the immensity of creation, it exalts our views of the 
wisdom, goodness and power of the Creator." 

He visited his Astronomical Observatory, for the last time, about 
six weeks before his death, to record some important observations for 
the Smithsonian Institute at Washington ; his services in this way 
having been continued for years, and fully acknowledged in a fitting 
manner as an aid to the Coast Survey Department of the Government. 
As an earnest advocate of the principles of peace;' his views upon 
this subject resulted in the publication of a work on " Peace and 
War ;" and later in life his " Dissertation on the Christian Minis- 
try." He died 4mo. 14, 1855. 

The Tysons were of German descent, and Reiner Tyseu, the grandfather of 
Elisha, immigrated with several other Friends, from Germany in 1683, and 
settled at Germantown.* Elisha married Mary, daughter of William Amos, 

♦The tract on which (Tcrmantown now stands was purchased by Pastorius under the 
grant of William Ponn, cuntaining 200 acres. On this tract the immigrants from Germany 
8ettle<i, hence oriirinatcd the name G-crmantown. There is a singular paper extant, 
ilecmod of suflicieiit interest to be noted here, as follows : 

" Wo whose names are to these presents subscribed, do hereby certify unto all whom it 
may concorn, that soon after our arrival in this province of Pennsylvania, in October, 1683, 
to our certain knowledge, Herman op <lon Graft", Dirk op den Graff", and Abraham op den 
Graff", as well as we ourselves, in the cave of Francis Daniel Pastorius, at Philadelphia, did 
cast lots for the respective lots which they and we then began to settle in Germantown ; and 
the said Gralfs (throe brothers) have sold their several lots, each by himself, this 29 No- 
vember, A. D. 1709. Lcnart Arets, Jan Lenson, Thomas Huudus, William Streygert, 
Abraham Tunes, Jan Lucken. Reiner Tyson." See Day's Historical Collections of Perm- 
jylvcniia, also " The Pennsylvania Pilgrim," (Pastorius) By J. O. Whittier. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 233 

Descendants of {\\) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

of Harford Co., Md. and located in Baltimore. Elisha was a distinguished 
philanthropist, and his efforts on behalf of the colored race were, through long 
years, by an unyielding courage and determination of purpose, exerted suc- 
cessfully in rescuing many of them from bondage, often at the risk of his 
own life. He died 2mo. 10. 18'24, aged 75 years; and as evidence of the 
appreciation of his philanthropic labors, it is said more than ten thousand 
colored people attended his funeral. 

2306. William, born 8mo. 19, 1811 ; married Elizabeth H., daugh- 
ter of Enoch and Mary Clapp, (and granddaughter of Elisha T3'sou, 
of Baltimore) at Lombard street meeting, Baltimore, Imo. Ifi, 1839. 
Elizabeths., born 5mo. IT, 18U; died llmo. 18, 187G. . They had 
four chiklren. Residence, Philadelphia. 

Enoch Clapp was a son of Ebenezer Clapp of Boston, Mass. He died5mo. 
7, 1877, in his 87th year. Mary his wife, died 1864, aged 72 years. Tiie Chipps* 
were among the early settlers of ISTew England, and in common with other 
pioneers of that period, the hardships they endured were very considerable. 
One of the settlers of Dorchester, was Roger Claji from England, born April 
6, 1609. During the scarcity of provision at that time they were supplied 
with corn by the Indians, who rendered them great assistance. It is said, 
"The people were giad to procure clams, and mussels, and fish, and often 
they had nothing but samp and hominy ."f 

Roger Clap held important trusts of honor which he discharged.with fideli- 
ty, and '■ was remarkably pious, very meek and humble, and of a quiet and 
peaceable spirit, and there was a dignity in his deportment which command- 
ed respect." He died February 3, 1691. He had three sons named, Preserv- 
ed, Hopesiill and Desire, and a daughter named Wait: Preserved settled in 
Northampton, and died September 20, 1720, aged about 77 years. 

2307. E\AZ\ H., born 5mo. 31, 1813 ; married Thomas C, son of 
Abraham and Mary Christy Bell, of Xew York, at Friends' Meeting, 
Darby, 4mo. 9, 1810. Thomas C, born in Ireland, llmo. 3, 1815 ; 
died at Yonkers, West Chester Co., N. Y., 9mo. 12, 1864. They 
had five children. Resided at Ba3'side, Long Island. 

Abraham Bell and Mary Christy were married in 1812. She was the 
daughter of James Christy, of Stramore. The Christys came from Scotland 
in 1642, and settled at Moyalton. Some of their descendants intermarried 
with Jackson s and Greei's, but none nearly connected. 

2308. Phebe, born lOmo. 11, 181.5; married Charles, son of Joshua 
W. and Ann (Middleton) Satterthwaite, of Crosswicks, N. J., 9mo. 
7,1837. Charles, born 8mo. 17, 1813. Phebe died 6mo. 21, 1857. 
They had seven children. Charles married (2nd) 6mo. 11, 1S62, 
to Jane D., daughter of Eli D. and Martha D. Peirce, of Providence, 

*Xame originally speUed Clap. 

tSee Allen's Biographical and Historical Dictionary, published 1809. 



234 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 
Delaware Co., Pa., at the house of Eli D. Peirce, by Friends' cere- 
mony. Residence, Crosswicks, N. J. 

2300. A twin to Phebe, not named, lived fifteen hours. 

2310. Halliday, born 12mo. 27, 1817 ; married Caroline, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Eliza (Darlington) Hoopes, 4mo. 22, 1846. Car- 
oline born 2mo. 12, 1824 ; died with a few days sickness, 6mo. 28, 
1851. They had one child. He married (2nd) Emily, sister to his 
first wife, 8mo. 30, 1854. Emily born 3mo. 2, 1828. They have 
four children. Address, West Chester, Pa. 

2311. Jane, born 12mo. 27, 1817 ; married Paxson, son of Benja- 
min and Jane Price, of East Bradford, at Friends' Meeting, Darby, 
4rao. 28, 1842. Paxson born 3mo. G, 1818. They have four child- 
ren. Address, Cheyney, Delaware Co., Pa. 2312. Sarah H., born 
Smo. 8, 1821 ; died 5mo. 8, 1842. 



Child of (2244) Halliday and Ann (Paschall) Jackson. 

2313. Gibson P., {Halliday^ Isaac, John., Isaac, Anthony) born 
Smo. 18, 1834 ; died in infancy. 



Children of Samuel and (2245) Mabel (Jackson) Hadley. 

2314. Phebe, (3Iabel, Isaac, John^ Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 20, 
1793; married Joshua Tliompson, 5mo. 15, 1828. Joshua born 
5mo. 20, 1786; died 4ino. 20, 1869. Phebe died 12mo. 22, 1859. 
They had two children. 

2315. Sarah, born llmo. 11, 1795; married David, son of 
Stephen and Lydia Wilson, lOmo. 18, 1821. David born lOmo. 20, 
1795 ; died 6mo. 25, 1869. Sarah died 2mo. 8, 1844. They had 
five children. 

2316. John, born 5mo. 30, 1794; married Ann, daughter of 
Samuel and Elizabeth Pennock, llmo. 11, 1818. Ann born 4mo. 8, 
1792. John died 6mo. 17, 1859. Ann died 12mo. 21, 1868. They 
liad nine ciiildren. 2317. Margaret, died in infancy. 

2318. Samuel, born llmo. 25, 1798; married Phebe, daughter of 

John and Elizabeth Walker, 2mo. 12, 1824. Samuel died . No 

children. Pliebe married (2nd) David Wilson, (being his third wife). 
She died 12mo. 4, 1869. (She was an approved minister in the 



SIXTH GENERATION. 235 

Descendants of{\\) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Society of Friends.) David's second wife was Eliza, widow of An- 
drew Ridgway, of New Jersey. She died llmo. 5, 1855. 



Children of Israel and (2245) Mabel (Jackson-Hadley) Hoopes. 

2319. Jane, {Mabel., Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born llmo. 3, 
1805; married Jesse Hilles, 4mo. 19, 1832. Jane died lOmo. 1835. 
Jesse died llmo. 29, 18t2. They had three children. 

Jesse Hilles married (1st) 5mo. 16, 1821 to Lydia (born 2mo. 16, 1794) 
daughter of Ephraim and Elizabeth (Johnson) Wilson. Ephraim, (son of 
John and Elizabeth (Jackson) "Wilson and Elizabeth Johnson were married 
lOmo. 16, 1776. Elizabeth Jackson was daughter of John and Jane (Swayne) 
Jackson. John was a son of Ephraim and Rachel Jackson, of Edgmont. 
John "Wilson and Elizabeth Jackson were married 10m, 24, 1741. Lydia "Wil- 
son died lOmo., 1830, leaving four children, as follows : William, born 
Imo. 5, 1822. Damd, born lOmo. 2, 1823 ; died 7mo. 4, 1846. Mary A., 
bom lOmo. 25, 1825. Jesse, born Imo. 7, 1827. William, married Elizabeth 
K. Reynolds. Their children were: Jesse K., Levis B., Mary, Lizzie, Cath- 
arine, "Willie and Benjamin; the four oldest living. William was taken priso- 
ner at the Battle of the "Wilderness, and died at Andersonville. Mary A., 
married Samuel Hilles, (1st cousin) llmo. 26, 1846. They had eleven children, 
as foUows: Charles % born 9mo. 2, 1847; married Annie Fox, 5mo. 1, 1870. 
Issue: Samuel, born lOmo. 22, 1871; Charles, born 6mo. 8, 1874; Edwin, 
born 3mo. 12, 1875. EHzabeth^, born 7mo. 3, 1849. Annie^, born 9mo. 28, 
1851. Edwin*, born llmo. 24, 1852. Ephraim Leake% born 4mo. 21, 1855. 
Samuel "Wilson^ born 5mo. 21, 1857; died 2mo. 9, 1858. George K. ", born 
12mo. 4, 1858. William% born 12mo. 28, 1860; died 4mo. 2, 1861. Mary% 
born 5mo. 25, 1862; died 8mo. 19, 1863. Linford^o, born 9mo. 4, 1864. 
Nathan! 1, born Imo. 12, 1867; died 2mo. 15, 1868. 

Jesse, married Catharine Sadler. Issue, "William ; Jesse ; 3rd, (name un- 
knovm.)* 

2320. Isaac, born llmo. 3, 1805 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of 
John and Elizabeth (Ewart) Walker, 2mo. 12, 1835 ; Isaac died 9mo. 
28, 1870. They had four children. 

2321. Margaret, bom 3mo. 5, 1807 ; married Bartholomew, son 
of Jesse and Mary Smedley. 2mo. 7, 1839. He died 12mo. 14, 
1864. They had five children. Margaret resides in West Chester. 

2322. Eliza, born 3mo. 5, 1808 ; married John Way. She died 
lOmo., 1842. John born 5mo. 3, 1806 ; died lOmo. 7, 1872. They 



♦For a more full record of the Hilles Family, see Appendix. 



236 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/(11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

had six children. 2323. Halliday, born Vmo. 4, 1809; married 
Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Brown, 2mo. 12, 1835. 
He died 5mo. 28, 1871. They had five children. 

2324. Mary An.v. born Umo. 20, 1810; married Nathaniel, 
son of Joseph and Hannah (Carver) Wilkinson. Both deceased. 
They had two children. 2325. Mabel, born 12mo. 8, 1812 ; mar- 
ried Thomas, son of Joseph and Sarah Mitchell, 9mo. 17, 1840. 
Mabel died lOmo. 11, 1849. Thomas died 3ino. 28, 1872. They 
had five children. 



Children of (2247) John and Mary (Walter) Rowan. 

2326. Elizabeth, (John, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 4, 1797 ; died (unmarried) of consumption. 

2327. Mary Ann, born 8mo. 19, 1799; now (1877) living un- 
married. 



Children of Owen and (2248) Elizabeth (Rowan) Biddle. 

2328. John R., (Elizabeth, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
2mo. 15, 1799; died (unmarried) lOmo. 25, 1854. 

2329. Anne, born Imo. 2, 1801 ; died (unmarried) llmo. 30, 1850. 

2330. Rebecca, born 8mo. 30, 1802 ; died 3mo. 25, 1804. 

2331. Owen, born 7mo. 21, 1804 ; married Mary Ann Thompson, 
3mo. 4, 1831. She died 7mo. 6, 1849, aged 40 years. No children. 
Owen married (2nd) 6mo. 15, 1851, to Sarah Lavery, of the Isle of 
Man, England. They had three children. 2332. Elizabeth, born 
5mo. 6, 180G; died (unmarried) 7mo. 17, 1833. 



Children of John and (2248) Elizabeth (Rowan-Biddle) 

Broadbent. 

2333. Joseph, (Elizabeth, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
8mo. 4, 1812 ; deceased. 

2334. Giles, born 9mo. 2G, 1813; deceased. 

2335. James, born Imo. 20, 1815; deceased. 
2330. John, born 7mo. 19, 1816. 



8IXTE GENERATION. , 237 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Joseph and (2249) Sarah (Rowan) Maxfield. 

2337. William R., (Sarah, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
Imo. 24, 1199; died (unmarried) Imo. 19, 18U. 2338. Moses, born 
4mo. 5, 1802 ; died 5mo. 6, 1802. 2339. Susanna, born 3nio. 8, 
1803 ; married Dillwyn, son of Joseph and Susanna Parrisli, of 
Pliiladelphia, 3mo. 25, 1841, at Green Street Meeting. They have 
two children. 

Joseph Parrish, son of Isaac and Sarah Parrish, born 9mo. 2, 1779, was a 
noteworthy and highly esteemed member of the Society of Friends — a man 
highly gifted, intellectually, and possessing social qualities of a high order; 
and as a physician in Philadelphia he long stood eminent in his profession. 
He died 3mo. 18, 1840. Susanna, his wife, born 6mo. 30, 1790; died 4mo. 80, 
1851. 

2340. Stephen, born Imo. 13, 1805 ; died in New Orleans, Imo. 
12, 1834, (unmarried). 2341. Sarah, born llmo. 24, 1812; died in 
infancy. 2342. Mary, born llmo. 28, 1815 ; died in infancy. 

2343. Joseph, born 4mo. 29, 1811 ; married Williamina Fisher, 
6mo. 17, 1847; he died suddenly of heart disease, 2mo. 26, 1866. 
They had two children. 



Children of John M. and (2250) Ann (Rowan) Smith. 

2344. Hannah, (Ann, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 1803 ; 
deceased. 2345. Susan L., born 1806; married Norris, son of 
Edward and Sidney Temple. Norris deceased. They had six chil- 
dren. Susan L. resides in West Chester, Pa. 

2346. Rowan, born 1809 ; married Ann Park. No children. 

2347. Newton, born 1814; married Elizabeth Zell. They had 
two children. 



Children of George and (2251) Mary (Rowan) Erich. 

2348. Charles, (3Iary, Hannah^ John, Isaac, Anthony) died in 
infancy. 2349. Gustavus, died in infancy. 2350. Sophie, died in 
infancy. 



Children of William and (2252) Phebe (Rowan) Jones. 

2351. Rachel, (Phebe, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony)horn 3mo. 
30, 1807; died (unmarried) 9mo. 16, 1856. 2352. Mary Ann, born 



238 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

6mo. 22, 1809; married Samuel Bettle, Jr., of Philadelphia, llmo. 
30, 1831. They had five children. 

2853. William Miller, born 7 mo. 17, 1811 ; died (unmarried) 
9mo. 17, 1837. 

2354. Elizabeth, born 9mo. 23, 1813 ; married Benjamin P. 
Williams, 9mo. 4, 1839. He died 1863. They had three children. 

2355. Pennington, born llmo. 22, 1815 ; married Anna B. Hess- 
ington, 8mo. 14, 1850. He diedSmo. 9, 1865. They had six child- 
ren. 2356. Joseph, born 3mo. 26, 1819 ; died (unmarried) 5mo. 20, 
1849. 2357. Sophia, born lOmo. 11, 1820. 2358. Martha, born 
4mo. 19, 1822. 

Children of Benjamin and (2261) Susanna (Woodward) 

Swayne. 

2359. William, (Susanna, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 4, 1802; married Mary Ann, daughter of Jacob and Eliza- 
beth Marshall, of E. Marlborough, lOmo. 18, 1826. William died 
of consumption, 8mo. 7, 1838. They had five children. 

2360. Joel, born 5mo. 22, 1804; married Lydia Ann, daughter 
of Israel and Sarah L. Jackson, of Londougrove, lOmo. 11, 1827, at 
West Grove meeting. Lydia Ann born 2mo. 2, 1810 ; died lOmo. 
5, 1846. Joel died 5mo. 9, 1840. Lydia Ann married (2nd) John 
Barnard, of W. Marlborough, 3mo. 14, 1844. 

2361. Susanna, born 2mo. 25, 1806 ; married Jacob, son of Mor- 
decai and Mary Hayes, of Delaware, lOmo. 10, 1827. Susanna died 
9mo. 11, 1836. They had one child. 



Children of (2263) Samuel and Ann (Swayne) Woodward. 

2362. Margaret, (Samuel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
2ro.o. 5, 1801 ; married John Kinsey, of Delaware, son of John and 
Margaret, 4mo. 11, 1821. They had thirteen children. 

2363. JoEL,born 14mo. 27, 1803 ; died 5mo. 22, 1804. 

2364. Sarah, born llmo. 16, 1804; married William E. Bailey, 
of W. Marlborough, sou of William and Tacy Bailey, 2mo. 15, 1827, 
at Centre Meeting. William born Imo. 2, 1804; died lOmo. 21, 
1855. They had ten children. 2365. Mary Ann, born llmo. 22, 
I SOS; died 9mo. 27, 1825. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 339 

Descendants of (\\) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

2366. Susanna, born 3mo. 29, 1811 ; married Richard Baker 
Smedley, son of John and Mary, 12mo. 29, 1836. Richard B. born 
12mo. 28, 1831. Susanna died 6mo. 2, 1876. Tliey had five child- 
ren. 2367. Rachel, born 4mo. 5, 1814; married Thomas Chand- 
ler, 12mo. 13, 1832, at Centre. Thomas born 9mo. 22,1811. They 
removed to Wilmington, Delaware, 1859. Rachel died 5mo. 22, 
1868. They had six children. 



Children of John and (2264) Sarah (Woodward) Fell. 

2368. Joel, {Sarah, Sarah, John, Isaac. Anthony) bornllmo. 30, 
1801; died 4mo. 23, 1806. 2369. Rachel, born 3mo. 9, 1804 ; mar- 
ried Isaac, son of Joshua and Rebecca Chambers, of Londongrove, 
llmo. 15, 1821, at West Grrove meeting. Isaac born 5mo. 7, 1797 ; 
died llmo. 2, 1862 ; buried at West Grove. They had two children. 
Rachel died 9mo. 8, 1826 ; buried at W. Nottingham. 

2370. Samuel, born 8mo. 24, 1807 ; married Patience M., daugh- 
ter ot Joshua and Rebecca Chambers, of Londongrove, 6mo. 11, 
1829, at W. Grove meeting. Patience M. born 12mo. 26, 1807. 
Samuel died 3mo. 6, 1851 ; buried at W. Grove. They had four 
children. 



Children of (2265) William and Sarah (Bolton) Woodward. 

2371. John J., {William, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 23, 1812; married Hannah, daughter of Levi and Rebecca 
Mattson, of Concord, llmo. 7, 1838. Hannah born 8mo. 17, 1816. 
John J. died 6mo. 25, 1875. They had three children. Resided in 
Kennett. 2372. Washington B., born 5mo. 29, 1814 ; married 
Edith B., daughter of Jacob Lamborn. He died 12mo. 14, 1844. 
They had two children. 2373. Isaac, born 12mo. 21, 1817 ; mar- 
ried Hannah, daughter of John Sharpless. Removed to Ohio in 
1850. Isaac died in Chicago, 111., 8mo. 24, 1872. They had five 
children. 



Children of (2266) Thomas and Mary (Barney) Woodward. 

2374. Eliza, {Thomas, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 
15, 1810 ; married Gibbons Kendall, of E. Marlborough, son of 



240 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

John and Mary, 3mo. 11, 1830, at Kennett Stiuare. Gibbons born 
12mo. 23, 1801 ; died 5mo. 8, 1864. They had four children. 

2375. Phebe Ann, born 3mo. 6, 1812; died 4mo. 29, IStB, un- 
married. Her will, written on a slate, caused considerable discus- 
sion in legal circles. 

2376. Jackson, born 12mo. 27, 1814 ; married Sibilla P. Entriken, 
daughter of Emmor (deceased) and Ann, 3mo. 8, 1838, at Birming- 
ham. Sibilla P. born llmo. 14, 1815. They had four children. 
Residence, Upper Oxford, near Russellville. 2377. Mabel, born 
3mo. 31, 1820; married Emmor S. Entriken, son of Emmor and 
Ann, of E. Bradford. Emmor S. born 3mo. 15, 1818. They had 
four children. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 2378. Lewis B., 
born 5mo. 10, 1827 ; married Elizabeth S. Witsil, of Wilmington, 
Delaware, 4mo. 26, 1849. They have three children. Residence, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Children of (2267) Levi and Phebe (Hutton) Woodward. 

2379. Sarah, (Levi, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 16, 
1817 ; married Edward McGee, formerly of Philadelphia, 12mo. 23, 
1847. Edward born 4mo. 11, 1810. They had eight children. 
Residence, York Co., Pa. 

2380. Isaac J., born 8mo. 10, 1818; died (unmarried). 

2381. Sibilla, born 4mo. 1, 1820; married Matthew Sample, of 
York Co., Pa., 6mo. 11, 1845. Matthew born in Lancaster Co., 
lOmo. 29, 1817. They had eight children. 

2382. Samuel, born 12mo. 16, 1821 ; married Margaret Dickey, 
Smo. 29, 1861. They had three children. Residence, York Co. 
Pa. 2383. Joseph, born 5mo. 17, 1823 ; died unmarried. 

2384. Cassandra, born 7mo. 1, 1825; died unmarried. 

2385. Hadassah, born 9mo. 16, 1827 ; died unmarried. 

2386. Anna Eliza, born Gmo. 16, 1832 ; married Robert B. Ailes, 
of Lancaster Co., Pa., Imo., 1864. She died Imo. 31, 1865. Robert 
B. died lOmo. 15, 1865. 

Children of Levi and (2268) Rachel (Woodward) 

Wickersham. 

2387. Thomas, (Rachel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 
3, 1811 ; married Priscilla, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Jones, 



SIXTH GEXERATION. 241 

Descendants oy (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

lOtno. 15, 1835, at West Grove Meeting. Priscilla born 2mo. 1, 
1812; died, 18T6. Tliej^ had three chiklren. Residence, London- 
grove. 2388. Sarah, born Smo. 15, 1815 ; married Andrew, son of 
Andi'ew and Anna Moore, of Sadsbur}', 4mo. 11, 1838, Andrew, 
born llmo. 10, 1805. They had three children. Reside in Sads- 
burj^, Lancaster Co., Pa. 2389. John, boi'n 12mo. 6, 1818; died 
Smo. 18, 1839, unmarried. 

2390. Prestox, born 12mo. 3, 1820; married Rebecca, daughter 
of Isaac and Rachel Chambers, 5mo. 31, 1849. Rebecca born lOmo. 
21, 1824. They had three children. Residence in W. Marlborough 
(18G9). 2391. Levi, born Imo. 22, 1828; married Angeline P. 
Russell, Detroit, Mich. They had one child. 



Children of John and (22T2) Sarah (Jackson) Hannum. 

2392. Mary, (Sa7'a7), James, John^ Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 
13, 1800 ; married Abiah, son of Abiah and Jane Cope, 3mo. 9, 
1836. Abiah born 4mo. 18, 1791 ; died 8mo. 18, 18S8, in W. Marl- 
borough. They had two children. 

2393. John, born Tmo. 28, 1802 ; married Ann P., daughter of 
Abner and Hannah Hoopes. Ann P. boi*n 5mo. 25, 1818. John 
died 8mo. 12, 18T1, in E. Bradford, Chester Co. He was the first 
interred in Friends' new burial ground south of West Chester. 
They had one child. 

2394. James, born Tmo. 19, 1804; married llmo. IT, 1842, to 
Louisa A. Bartlett, daughter of Nathan and Hannah, formed}' of 
Js'ew Jersej', born lOrao. 1, 1820. The}' had ten children. 

2395. Elizabeth, born Tmo. 21, 1807. 

2396. Sarah, born lOmo. 2T, 1809; married Daniel Meredith, of 
Westchester. No issue. 2397. Alice, born 5mo. 28, 1812; un- 
married. Residence, California. 

2398. Joseph Parke, born 12mo. 3, 1814; died Tmo. 17, 1822. 

2399. Martha Ann, born llmo. 13, 1818; died 7mo. 7, 1822. 

2400. Jonathan C, born 7mo. 9, 1821 ; died in California. 



Children of (2275) Thomas anl Eliza (Warner) Jackson. 

2401. James, {Thomas, James, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 
29, 1810; died Smo. 15. 1820. 10 



242 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11; John and Sarah {3IiUer) Jackson. 

2402. Mary, born 5mo. 2T, 1812; married James Haines, 5mo. 
1, 1831, They had ten chiklren. 

2403. Ann Eliza, born Irao. 16, 1815; died lOmo. 10, 1815. 



Children of (2275) Thomas and Mary (Warner) Jackson. 

2404. Eliza Emma, {'Thomas^ James, John, Isaac, Anlhomj) born 
4mo. 3, 1817 ; married Jacob T. Collins, 5mo. 21, 1840. She died 
8mo. 27, 1871. They had tliree children. 

2405. William Andrew, born Imo. 4, 1819; died 4mo. 24, 1840. 



Children of Jabez and (2270) Mary (Jackson) Hoopes. 

2406. Eliza Ann, {Mary, James, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
3mo. 8, 1811; married James Mendenhall, born 7mo. 25, 1810. 
They had nine chiklren. Residence, Springville City, Utah. 

2407. Benjamin Lewis, born llmo. 15, 1812; died 4mo. 8,1844, 
unmarried. 2108. James Jackson, born 2rao. 5, 1814; died 3mo. 
24, 1875. He married Mary, widow of Joseph Nields. 

2409. Lydia Ann, born 3rno. 15, 1817; died 5mo. 19, 187G. 
Married 4mo. 23, 184 C, by the assistance of John Hannum, Esq., 

to Josiah Jackson, of E. Bradford, son of William and Rachel, of 
Berks Co., Pa. Josiah J. born i2rao. 27, 1812 ; died 8mo. 9, 1850. 

"William Jackson was son of David, son of Epbraim, Jr., son of Epbraim 
and Rachel, of Edifmont. 

Lydia Ann married, (2nd) 3mo. 29, 18G0, William Lackey, car- 
penter, of West Chester, Pa. 

2410. Piiineas Lewis, born 8mo. 31, 1819; married, 2rao. 25, 
1847, to Deborah J. Fling, daughter of Emmor W. and Albina 
Fling ; born Imo. 18, 1824. Phineas is a miller, residing near Ox- 
ford, Chester Co. Q'he}^ had four children. 2411. Caroline, born 
4mo. 9, 1822; died lOmo. 1, 1868. Married 12mo. 21, 1841, to 
Thomas Bateman, carpenter and builder, of West Chester, son of 
John and Hannah (Gordon) Bateman. 



Children of Isaac and (2278) Phebe (Baily) Bartram. 

2112. Martha, (P/ie/;.^, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 
23,1815; married Josiah, son of Joseph and Martha Bunting, of 



SIXTE GENERATION. 243 

Descendants q/*(ll) John and Sarah {MiUer) Jachson. 

Darb}'. Martha died 4mo. 17, 1845. 2413. Anna B., born 6mo. 
10, 1818; married, 2mo. 26, 18t5, to Ellis P., son of Samuel and 
Phileua Marshall, of Concord, Delaware Co. Anna B. died 5mo. G, 
1847. They had one child. 



Children of Joseph and (2279) Sarah (Baily) Pusey. 

2414. Ann, (Sarah, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) born lino. 3, 
1804 ; married William Harr}", 5mo. 23, 1822. Ann died 6mo. 8, 
1876. They had thirteen children. 

2415. JoSiiUA B., born 5mo. 14, 1806; died lOmo. 4, 1870. 
Married 3mo. 10, 1830, to Maria Spencer, born 7rao. 18, 1806, 
daughter of Asa and Hannah, of Xew London, Chester Co. Resi- 
dence, Londongrove township. They had eight children. 

2416. JuLiANN, born 7mo. 4, 1809; married, lOmo. 15, 1«29, to 
Truman Cooper, of Sadsbur}-, Lancaster Co., son of Truman and 
Elizabeth. Truman born 5mo. 7, 1809. Juliann died 8mo. 25, 1876. 
They had eight children. 2417. Joel.? 



Children of (2280) Reuben and Elizabeth (Bartram) Baily. 

2418. Anna, {Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 18, 
1813; died 8rao. 10, 1817. 2419. Bex.jamin Bartram, born 4mo. 
27, 1815; married, 1841, to Sarah Willet, born lOmo. 30, 1815, 
daughter of Jonathan, of Doe Run, Chester Co. Three children. 
Residence, Philadelphia. 

2420. Sarah P., born 5mo. 10, 1818; married Joseph, son of 
Aaron and Rebecca Durnall, of W. Bradford, 2mo. 22, 1843. Joseph 
born 5mo. 16, 1813 ; died 4mo. 29, 1866. They had eight children. 
Residence in E. Bradford, Chester Co. 

2421. Phebe Anna, bom 3mo. 9, 1820 ; married, 3mo. 13, 1839, 
"William C, son of James and Mar}' Hunt, of Darby. William C. 
born 9mo. 30, 1814. They had five children. Phebe Anna died 
6mo. 14, 1848. 

William C. married (2nd) Anna Mary, daugliter of Lewis and Fanny 
Gause, 4mo. IB, 1854, by Friends' ceremony, in Philadelphia. Anna ]\Iary 
born 12mo. 13, 1829. They bad three children, viz: Alfred G., born Imo. 

22, IBo); Charles, born 12mo. 29, 1850; died 5mo. 15, 18G0; Annie, born Imo. 

23, 1859. 



244 SIXTH G ENERA TIOK 

Descendants 0/(11) JoJm and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

2422. Jackson, born 12ino. 1, 1S21 ; died 6ino. 6, 1864. Murriod, 
3mo. 23, 1854, to Fhebe, dangliter of Joseph and Sarah Seal, of New- 
Garden. They had live chihlren. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

2423. Lewis, born 7mo. 27, 1824; married Rebecca Wiilet. 

llesidc in Illinois. 



Children of (2281) Joshua and Elizabeth (LoyJ) Baily. 

2124. LoYD, (Joshua, Ann, John,, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 17, 
1817; died 2mo. 12, 18t3. 2425. Anna, born 2mo. 22, 1819; 
married John, son of Thomas and Ann Collins, lOino.2, 1839. They 
had six children. John is an artist, formerly residing in Burling- 
ton, N. J. Residence, Maryville, Tennesse. 

242G. Samuel Lovstreth, born 3rao. 23, 1820; married Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Josiah and Rachel Tatum, 11 mo. 3, 1847. They 
had six children. Residence, Trenton, N. J. 2427. Edward, born 
1822; died 1822. 

2428. Thomas Loyd, born 3mo. 2, 1824; married Caroline A. 
Smith, llmo, 9, 18")4. They have four children. Residence, Read- 
ing, Berks Co., Pa. 2429. Joshua Longstreth, born 6mo. 27, 
182G ; married Theodate, daughter of John D. Lang, of Vassalboro', 
Maine, lOrao. 1, 185G. Theodate born 2rao. 2, 1832. They have 
five children. 

2430. William Loyd, born 5rao. 28, 1828; died Bmo. 25, 18G1. 
William L. Baily at a very early age, manifested a decided taste for 
mechanical pursuits. But as his brothers were engaged in mercantile 
business he followed in their track, but not to the exclusion of his 
favorite occupation. Machinery was his delight ; and his time was 
frequently spent with chisel and plane when others would prefer 
some lighter amusement. Many a little article, such as work-boxes, 
writing desks, etc., elaborately gotten up, attested his handy-work ; 
and one or two steam engines, perfect in all their parts, showed the 
versatility' of his mind. A few j-ears before his death, a love of 
nature drew him into close observation of the feathered tribes; and 
he turned his attention to the study of Ornitholog3\ Being quick 
and accurate with his pencil, he loved to portray their beauties on 
paper, and soon bccama a proficient — particularly for humming- 
birds ; and to him in a great degree is due the process of presenting 
this joyous bird on paper with its peculiar hues. As a taxidermist 



SIXTE GEJS^ERATIOy. 245 

Descendants 0/(11) Juha and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

he had few amateur superiors, as many of his prepared specimens 
still show. He published a work on Ornitholog}-, entitled '•'Oiu- 
Own Birds." 

He did not giv^e up mechanical pursuits till declining health ren- 
dered it necessary ; and, at the time of his death, an unfinished 
power-loom, for weaving tapestry goods, told of many wear}^ da^'s 
spent in its invention, for some one else to carry out his idea, which 
it is believed was done and is now in practical use. He had a clear 
mind — and as a crowning tribute to his memory, it may be said, he 
lived and died a Christian thouoh his years were few. Lovino- and 
gentle in his disposition, it may be said of him 

" None knew hun but to love him, 
None named him but to praise." 



Children of (2282) Joel J. and Ann (Richmond) Baily. 

2431. Hannah, {Joel «/,, Ann^ Juhn, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 
20, 1820; died 3mo. 28, 1827. 

2132. Humphrey, born 6mo. 8, 1822; married Philena, daughter 
of John and Alice Davis, llmo. 27, 1844. They had six children. 
Humphrey married, (2ud) 2mo. 22, 1359, to Delila Sherret ; they 
had two children. 

2433. Joshua G., born lOmo. 21, 1824; married Emily, daughter 
of John B. and Susan J. Fry, 4mo. 21, 18(3 4. Tliej^ have two chil- 
dren. Residence, near West Chester, Pa. 2434. Joel J., born 
lOmo. 29, 1826; married 4mo. 12, 1849, to Susan L., daughter of 
William D. and Frances L. Jones. Residence, Darbj', Delaware Co., 
Pa. 2435. Jacob II., born 4mo. 29, 1828; died 7mo., 1828. 

240^). Reuben, born lOmo. 24, 1829; married Amanda P., 
daugliter of DaAds and Hannah P. Jones, 4mo. 8, 1868. 

2437. Ann Louisa, born 4mo. 25, 1833; married William D., 
son of Davis and Hannah P. Jones, 4mo 4, 1831. They had four 
children. 2438. Eliz.\beth Ann, born llmo. 24, 1335 ; died 3mo. 
7, 1836. 



Children of (22S2) Joel J. and Elizabeth (Pugh) Baily. 

2439. Lloyd, {Joel J., Ann, John, Isaic, Anthonj) born 2mo. 1, 
1845 ; died 6mo. 20, 18 45. 24 40. Jesse P., born 4m j. 1, 18 46 ; died 



246 SIXTH OENERATIOm 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

llmo. 1, 184G. 2441. Evan P., born llmo. 11, 1847; marriod 
Rachel Ann, daughter of VVilliain and Margaret H. Harlan, 4mo. 16, 
1374. They have one child. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



Children of (2289) Joel and Sarah (Hartley) Hutton. 

2442. Elizabeth, (-/oe/, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
7mo. 4, 1809; married Lemuel Plumle}', 2mo. IC, 1831. She died 
lOmo. 24, 1839. The}^ had four children. 

2443. Jackson, born llmo. 6, 1810 ; married Christianna Bird, 
9mo. 15, 18315. Christianna born 3mo. 19, 1815. They have eight 
children. Residence, Kimbleville, Chester Co., Pa. 

2444. Thomas, born 7mo. 17, 1812 ; died in infancy. 

2445. Joseph, born 9mo. G, 1813; married Jane M. Jarvis, 7mo. 
5, 1840. Jane M. born 2mo. 25, 1818; died 2mo. 10, 1846. They 
had two children. Joseph married, (2nd) 12mo. 18, 1848, to Catha- 
rine A. Taylor, (born 8mo. 27, 1817). Joseph died 3mo. 29, 1877. 
They had six children. Resided in Brooklyn, Long Island. 

2446. Hartley, born 12mo. 16, 1814; man-ied Elizabeth Cfdla- 
han, llmo. 3, 1842. They had three children. Hartley married 

(2ud) ; he died 12mo. 26, 1875. 2447. Jane, born Imo. 1, 1817 J 

married, 3mo. 23, 1831, to Peter Shultz, nephew of the late Gov. 
Shultz, of Pennsylvania. Jane died llmo. 23, 1834. They had one 
child. 2448. Mauy, born 8mo. 4, 1818 ; died 2mo. 22, 1836. 

2449. Isaac, born 12rao. 24, 1819 ; married Rachel McMinn. They 
had six children. 2450. Benjamin, born 3mo. 26, 1822 ; married 
Mary Matilda Cimon, 3mo. 21, 1844; she died 8mo. 27, 1849. They 
had three children. Benjamin married, (2nd) Ann Carpenter, Imo. 
3, 1853 ; she died 8mo. 27, 1856. He married (3rd) Susan Selina 
Worrall, 2mo. 28, 1801. 

2451. Joel, born 3mo. 21, 182 t; married Eliza Ann Lau^^hhead, 
llmo. 21, 1844. They had one child. Joel was afterwards twice 
married. The name of his second wife not ascertained ; his third 
wife was Elizabeth Bibel. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 247 

Descendants 0/(11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 
2452. William, born Imo. 5, 1826; married Smo., 1858, to 



Long. They had two children. William contracted sickness in 
the army and died in Andersonville prison, llmo. 14, 1864. 

2453. Levi, born lOmo. 4, 182T ; died 4mo. 22, 1843. He was 
killed by a roller passing over him while rolling ground. 



Children of Levi and (2292) Phebe (Hutton) Woodward. 
(See page 240 for Record of family). 



Children of Jeremiah B. and (2294) Mabel (Hutton) Haines. 

2454. Margaretta, (JIabel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthonij) 
born 8mo. 16, 1820 ; married Jeremiah, son of Slater and Mary 
(Kirk) Brown. Jeremiah born 2mo. 14, 1817. 

2455. Sarau, born llmo. 19, 1822; married Andrew Lewis. 
They had thirteen children. 2456. Esther, born 12mo. 21, 1824 ; 
died in infancy. 2457. William P., born 12mo. 25, 1825; married 
Mary, daughter of Jacob and Hannah Kirk, of Lancaster Co. 
Mary born 5mo. 16, 1827. 

2458. Milton, born 6rao. 7, 1828 ; died lOmo. 21, 1855. 

2459. Albert, born 5mo. 17, 1830; married Hannah, daughter 
of J. Morris and Eleanor Jackson, of Fulton, Lancaster Co. They 
had four children ; the youngest died in infanc}' (not named). 

2460. Merrit S., born llmo. 23, 1832. 2461. Mabel, born 7mo. 
11, 1835; died, unmarried, 9mo. 21, 1857. 



Children of Edwin and (2295) Margaret (Hutton) Haines. 

2462. Job, (Margaret, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthomj) born 
7mo. 8, 1823; married Elizabeth, daughter of John and Sarah 
Dunn. They had five children. Residence, Rising Sun, Md. 

2463. Joseph H., born 3mo. 27, 1825; married Rebecca Frances, 
daughter of John and Francina Lincoln, 8mo. 13, 1846. Rebecca 
born Imo. 5, 1828. Joseph H. died llmo. 2, 1867. They had eiglit 
children. 

2464. Elmira, born Imo. 5, 1827 ; married Marshall, sou of 
Joseph and Rebecca Hunt, of Darby, Delaware Co., 9mo. 10, 
1845. They had six children. Residence, Rising Sun, Md. 



248 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {II) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

2465. Saraii B., born 5mo. 21, 1853; married Slater B., son of 
Isaac and Hannah Stubbs. Slater B. born 3mo. 10, 1821 ; died 7mo. 
3, 18G7. They had eight children. 



Children of (2290) William and Rachel (Kirk) Hutton. 

2400. Eltsha, ( William, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
12mo. 16, 1823 ; died Omo. 29, 1824. 2467. Sarah A., born 4mo. 5, 
1825; died lOmo., 1838. 

2468. Mary Amelia, born 2mo. 15, 1836 ; married Walter F., son 
of Tliomas and Margaret Ncal, of Druniore, Lancaster Co., 9mo. 
17, 1857. Mary Amelia died lOino. 21, 1868. AValter F. died 7mo. 
21, 1870. They had six children. 



Children of (2298) Jacob and Rebecca (Pyle) Hutton. 
2469. Mabel, {Jacob, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) died 
1864, aged about eleven years. 2470. Anna, died 1864, aged 
about eight years. 

Children of Lewis and (2299) Sarah (Hutton) Haines. 
2171. Isaac II., (Sarah, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 1, 1831. Residence, Rising Sun, Md. 2472. Mary, 
born 2mo. 24, 1833. 2473. Levi, born Irao. 19, 1836 ; died 4mo. 4, 
1838. 2474. Sarah IL, born 6mo. 3, 1840 ; married George son of 
Evan and Joanna Brown, lOmo. 5, 1870. They had one child. 



Children of (2301) Jacob and Esther L. (Thomas) Jackson. 
2475. Isaac L., (Jacob, llallidoy, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 15, 1827. 2476. John II., born lOmo. 1, 1830 ; married 
Mary P. Hay, lOtno. 24, 1866. He died Smo. 23, 1867. Issue, one 
child. 2477. Ephraim, born 6mo. 23, 1833; married Sarah P. 
Levis, llmo., 1857. They had three children. 



Children of Oliver W. and (2302) Mary H. (Jackson) Schofield. 
2478. Lydia Ann, (Alary II., Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Smo. 6, 1835. Residence, Philadelphia. 



SEVENTH GEXEEATIOX. 249 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah (JliUer) JacJcson. 

2479. Sarah Jane, born 8mo. 6, 1S35 ; married Samuel S., son 
of Dr. Caleb and Rebecca Ash, of Darby, llmo. 9, 1859. They had 
four children. Residence, Philadelphia. 2480. Benjamin, born 
4mo. 9, 1837. 2481. Martha, born 2mo. 1, 1839. Residence, Aiken, 
S. C. 2482. Eliza H., born 9mo 11,1840. Residence, Philadelphia. 



Children of (2305) John and Rachel T. (Tyson; Jackson. 

2483. Isaac, (John, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 13, 1836 ; died 4mo. 22, 1837. 2484. Henrietta, born 8mo. 
14, 1839 ; married Ernest, son of George W. Turner, Imo. 26, 1869. 
They have one child. 2485. John, born lOmo. 15, 1840 ; died 8mo. 
10, 1811. 2486. Warner, born 7mo. 14, 1842. He is a lawyer in 
Philadelphia. 2487. Lydia, born 7mo. 3, 18 44. 



Children of (230G) William and Elizabeth H. (Clapp) 

Jackson. 

2488. Edward C, (William, HaUiday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo., 1840; died 2mo. 11 1848. 

2489. Mary C, born 9mo. 16, 1842; married Isaac H., son of 
Caleb and Hannah Clothier, of Philadelphia, 9ino. 1, 1864. They 
have seven children. Residence, Darb}', Delaware Co. Isaac H., 
is a merchant, beiug one of the firm of '• Strawbridge and Clothier," 
Philadelphia. 

2490. Elizabeth C, born llmo. 21, 1845; married BenjaminD., 
son of Caleb and Mary (Coles) Shreve, of Medford, Burlington Co. 
X. J., 3mo. 6, 1873. They have two children. Benjamin D. is an 
attorney-at-law. Residence, Camden, N. J. 2491. Caroline, born 
lOmo. 31, 1851. 

Children of Thomas C. and (2307) Eliza H. (Jackson) Bell. 

2492. Abraham, (Eliza H., HaUiday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 8mo. 27, 1841 ; married Melissa R., daughter of David 
and Phebe Ann Chambers, 12mo. 14, 1870. They have three chil- 
dren. Residence, Bayside, Long Island. 

2493. Jane Hough, born 5mo. 19, 1843; died, in Philadelphia, 
4mo. 20, 1858, with short illness, near the close of her educational 



250 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants oy (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

course of study in that city. 2594. Mary Christy, born 3mo. 1, 
1845; died 9mo. 4, 1854. 2495. Annie Lawrence, born 7nio. 12, 
1847; married Frederick Storm, 9mo. 26, 1876. 

2496. Caroline Jackson, born 7mo. 13, 1849; married Gmo. 9, 
1875, to S. Clement, son of Isaac and Caroline B. Sattertliwait, 
formerly of New Jersey, now of Aiken, S. C. They have one child. 
Residence, Aiken, S. C. 



Children of Charles and (2308) Phebe (Jackson) Satterthwait. 

2497. Jane J., (Phebe, Hallidaij, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 6mo. 30, 1839. 

2498. Ellen M., born 7mo. 28, 1841; married Piiilip, son of 
Benjamin and Jane Price, llmo. 10, 1884. They have three chil- 
dren. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

2499. Elizabeth, born 12mo. 31, 1842. 2500. David, born lOmo. 
25, 1844 ; married Anna R. Abbott, 9mo. 25, 1872. They have two 
children. Address, Crosswicks, X. J. 2501. Mary II., born Gmo. 
27,1848. 2502. Hettie J., born 4mo. 11, 1852; died 7mo. 24, 
1858. 2503. John Jackson, born 9mo. 5, 1854. 



Child of (2310) Halliday and Caroline (Hoopes) Jackson. 

2504. Thomas H., (Halliday, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 29, 1848. 

Children of (2310) Halliday and Emily (Hoopes) Jackson. 

2505. Edward, (Halliday, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 30, 1856. 2506. Halliday, born Imo. 5, 1858. 

2507. Caroline H., born Imo. 20, 1862. 250!S. John, born 2mo. 
12,1868. 



Children of Paxson and (2311) Jane (Jackson) Price. 

2509. Halliday J., (Jane, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, AnHiony) 
born Imo. 29, 1843 ; married Fannie, daughter of Nathan J. and 
Ruthanna Sharpless, lOmo. 22, 187 4. They had one child. Address, 
AVest Chester, Pa. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 251 

Descendants oy (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

2510. Sarah J., born llmo. 23, 1844 ; married William, son of 
William and Elizabeth Forsythe, 3mo. 3, 1874. They have one 
child. Address, West Chester, Pa. 

2511. Mary W., born 5mo. 6, 1851 ; married George S. Cheyney, 
of Delaware Co., 3mo. 3, 1874. They have two children. Resi- 
dence, Chej-ney, Delaware Co., Pa. 2512. Rachel L., born 2rao. 
9, 1857. 

Children of Joshua and (2314) Phebe (Halley) Thompson. 

2513. Amy T., (Phebe, Mabel., Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
3mo. 22, 1829; married James T. Chambers, lOmo. IG, 1850. 
James T. born 4mo. 5, 1822 ; died 8mo. 1, 1874. They had six chil- 
dren. Amy T. lives in Wilmington, Del. 2514. Samuel H., born 
9mo. 9, 1833 ; married Martha Moore, lOrao. 21, 1858. Martha born 
9mo. 9, 1847. They had eight children. Residence, Kennett Square., 



Children of David and (2315) Sarah (Hadley) Wilson. 

2515. Stephen, (Sarah, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
8mo. 19, 1822; married Sarah Mitchell, 9mo. 28, 1854. Sarah born 
3mo. 19, 1832. They had five children. Residence, Hockessin, 
Del. 2516. Phebe H., born 3mo. 16, 1824 ; died 8mo. 18, 1870. 

2517. Eliza, born 2mo. 23, 1826; married Spencer Chandler, 
llmo. 18, 1846. Spencer born 5mo. 4, 1823. They had five chil- 
dren. Residence, Hockessin, Del. 2518. Lydia P., born 8mo. 15, 
1828 ; married John Lea Cowgill, 4mo. 4, 1855. They had two chil- 
dren. Residence, Titusville, Pa. 2bld. Hadley, born 4mo. 7, 1831 ; 
died 6mo. 24, 1832. 

Children of (2316) John and Ann (Pennock) Hadley. 

2520. Eliza. (John, 3Iabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
12mo. 15, 1819 ; married Thomas, son of Joseph and Sarah Mitchell, 
3rao. 18, 1852. Thomas died 3rao. 28, 1872. They had four chil- 
dren. 2521. Phebe, born 2mo. 14, 1821 ; unmarried. 

2522. Sarah, born 5mo. 2S, 1823; married Isaac P. McFarland, 
lOmo. 15, 1874. Residence, Kennett Square. 2523. Philena, born 
9mo. 2, 1825 ; died 2mo. 13, 1872, unmarried. 

2521. Samuel, born lOmo. 12, 1827; died 4mo. 28, 1830. 



352 SEVENTH GENERATION' 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

2525. Mary, born 2mo. IG, 183:); uiimamed. 2')2']. John, bom 
2mo. 6, 1832 ; married Elmira Svvayne, Umo. 12, 1857. They have 
five children. Residence, Keiinett Square. 

2527. Ann, born 3mo. 22, 1834; married Levis B. Pennock, llrao. 
23, 1859. Levis B. born lOmo. 17, 1S30. They have four chiklren. 
Residence, Chatham, Chester Co., Pa. 2528. Samuel, born 9mo. 
29, 1837 ; died 8mo. 30, 1859, immarried. 



Children of Jesse and (2319) Jane (Hoopes) Hilles. 

2529. Phebe, {Jane., Mabel., Isaac, John, Isaac, Anihon;/) born 
3mo. 25, 1833. 2530. Lydia, born 4mo. 14, 1835 ; married Edward 
Strong, 8mo. 5, 18S2. They had six chihlren. 2531. Israel, born 
4mo. 21, 1837 ; married Harriet E. Loyd, 5mo. 14, 1873. They had 
one child. 



Children of (2320) Isaac and Elizabeth (Walker) Hoopes. 

2532. Louisa, {Isaac, Mahel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
llmo. 15, 1835. 2533. Mary J., born 9mo. 29, 1837; married 
Samuel, sou of Nathan and Eliza T. Wickersham, 2mo. 12, 1873. 

2534. John W., born 2mo. 13, 1840 ; married Rachel S., daughter 
of Nathan and Eliza T. Wickersham, 2mo. 19, 1873. They have one 
child. 2535. Israel, born 12mo. 25, 1845 ; died young. 



Children of Bartholomew and (2321) Margaret (Hoopes) 

Smedley. 

253(5. Oliver IT., {Margaret, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 3, 1839 ; married Mary Ella, daughter of James and 
Hannah Megillegan, lOrao. 24, 1865. The}' have four children. 

2537. Anna Mary, born 4mo. 20, 1841. 2538. William M., born 
12mo. 28, 1842; married Ellie F., daughter of William T.and Alice 
C. Sharpless, 12mo. 25, 1872. William M. died 4mo. 24, 1875. 

Ellie F. died . No children. 2539. Anna Eliza, born llmo. 6, 

1844 ; married Marshall S., son of Samuel and Mary S. Way, 12ino. 
25, 1867. They have two children. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

2540. Philena H., born Gmo. 12, 1847. 



SEVEXTE GENERATION. 253 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of John and (2322) Eliza (Hoopes) Way. 

2511. Mabel, (Eliza, Ilabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
Imo. 1, 1833 ; died 2ino. 11, 1854. 

2542. Elmira, born 2mo- 22, 1835 ; married Samuel, son of Fred- 
eric and Adaline Snyder, lOmo. 22, 18(58. Residence, Hamorton, 
Chester Co. 

2543. Israel II., born 2mo. 23, 183Y ; married Susan Idall, 3mo. 
9, 18G5. They had five children, llesideuce near Cliathani, Chester 
Co. 

2544. Hannah Jane, born Imo. 1, 1839; married Marshall 
Baily, 12rao. 27, 18G0. He died 3mo. 2, 1861. They had one child. 
She married (2nd) Cyrus W.Pennington, 12mo. 10, 1869. No issue. 
Cyrus W. died 9mo. 23, 1875 ; his widow resides in Philadelphia. 

2545. Lydia J., born 12mo. 26, 1840 ; married Charles Burleigh 
Ilambleton, 4mo. 7, 1838. Charles B. born 9mo. 17, 1842. Lydia 
J. died 12ino. 29, 1872. They had one child. He married (2nd) 
Sarah Jane Whitson, (see her record). 

2546. LiNDLEY E., born 9mo. 8, 1842 ; married Carrie B. Darling- 
ton, lOmo. 29, 1873. Residence near Chatham. 



Children of (2323) Halliday and Sarah Ann (Brown) Hoopes. 

2547. Margaret Ann, {Halliday, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 19, 1835 ; married Thomas Mercer, 2mo. 25, 
1858. They have three children. 

2548. Thomas B., born lOmo. 1, 1838 ; married Annie Thompson. 
She died 5mo., 1870. He married (2nd) Rebecca M. Cooper, 3mo. 
26, 1874. One child. Residence, Landenberg, Chester Co. 

2549. William II., born 2mo. 21, 1811 ; died 8mo. 13, 1811. A 
twin to Wm. U., died (not named). 2550. Mary W., born 9mo. 13, 
1813; died 4mo. 28, 1858. 



Children of Nathaniel and (2324) Mary Ann (Hoopes) 

Wilkinson. 

2551. Margaretta, {Mary Ann, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) married Bennet Webb. Residence, Battle Creek, Mich. 

2552. PuEBE, died in infanc}'. 



2o4 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {3IiUer) Jackson. 

Children of Thomas and (2325) Mabel (Hoopes) Mitchell. 

2553. Israel H., {Mabel., Mabel., Isaac, John., Isaac, Anlhony) 
born 8rao. 8, 1841. 2554. Sarah Jane, born llmo. 4, 1812. 

2555. Hannah Mary, born 2rao. 26, 1844 ; married Frederick K., 
son of Joseph and Marj' Woodward, 3mo. 8, 1866. They have four 
children. 2556. Joseph II., born 3mo. 23, 1816. 

2557. Martha J., born 2mo. 19, 1849. 



Children of (2331) Owen and Sarah (Lavery) Biddle. 

2558. Anne E., {Omen., Elizabeth., Hannah., John., Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 20, 1854 ; died lOmo. 9, 18T6. 2559. Sarah Jane, born 
2mo. 21, 1856 ; died llmo. 6, 1859. 2560. Adelaide M., born 7mo. 
18, 1859. 

Children of Dillwyn and (2339) Susanna (Maxfield) Parrish. 

2561. Joseph, (Susanna, Sarah, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7rao. 3, 1813; married, in Paris, 9mo. 2, 1868, to Isabel P., 
daughter of Thomas and Mary Anna Mott. They have three children. 

2562. Stephen, born 7mo. 9, 1846; married, in West Phihidel- 
phia, to Elizabeth, daughter of Edward and Mary Bancroft, 4mo. 
21, 1869. One child. Residence, West Philadelphia. 



Children of (2343) Joseph and Williamina (Fisher) Maxfield. 

2563. Stephen M., (Joseph, Sarah, Hannah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 1848; died 8mo. 10, 1853. 2564. Franklin F., born 
1850; died 1870. 

Children of Norris and (2345) Susan L. (Smith) Temple. 

2565. Edward, (Susan L., Ann, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 28, 1834; married Mary J., daughter of William and 
Esther Gunton, 12mo. 23, 1863. 2566. Charles, born 4mo. 1, 
1836; married Philena, daughter of Thomas and Emily P. Mar- 
shall, omo. 4, 1869. They have four children. 

2567. George B., born 9rao. 9, 1838 ; married Lydia P., daughter 
of Samuel and Hannah F. Marshall, 4mo. 16, 1863. They have one 



SEVENTH generation: 2j5 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

child. 2568. Sidney, born 4rao. 11, 1842. 25G9. Mary A., born 
Imo. 11, 1844. 2570. Jane B., born 3mo. 15, 18 48. 



Children of (2347) Newton and Elizabeth (Zell) Smith. 

2571. NoRRis T., {Neivton, Ann, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony). 

2572. Amy. 



Children of Samuel and (2352) Mary Ann (Jones) Bettle. 

2573. Mary, (3Iary Ann, Phebe, Hannah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 

2574, Samuel, born 1837 ; died 5mo. 20, 1859. 2575. William, 
born 1839 ; died 3mo., 1841. 2576. Edward, married Elizabeth H. 
Tatnall, 9mo. 26, 1872. They have two children. 2577. Henry. 



Children of Benjamin P. and (2354) Elizabeth (Jones) 

Williams. 

2578. Phebe Jones, {Elizabeth, Phebe, Hannah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2579. Sara. 

Children of (2355) Pennington and Anna B. (Hessington) 

Jones. 

2580. Mary Fell, {Pennington, Phebe, Hannah, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 20, 1851. 2581. William Miller, born 8mo. 
26, 1852. 2582. Howard Clinton, born 3mo. 23, 1854. 

2583. Fannie Cole, born 4mo. 11, 1855; died Irao. 12, 1871. 

2584. Matilda E., born 8mo. 9, 1857. 2585. Edward B., born 
8mo. 16, 1860. 

Children of (2359) William and Mary Ann (Marshall) Swayne. 

2586. Benjamin, {William, Susanna, Sarah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 7mo. 14, 1827. 2587. William Marshall, born 12mo. 
1, 1828. 2588. Jacob, born lOmo. 21, 1830; married Sarah J. 
Is'oblitt, of Wilmington, Del., grand-daughter of Hamilton and 
great-grand-daughter of the late Dell Noblitt, of Wilmington, a 
centenarian, who completed his one hundredth year lOmo. 19, 1877. 

Dell Xoblitt was a descendant of a Huguenot family, whose ancestors, to 
escape the persecutions under Charles IX against those in France who had 



256 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

embraced the Protestant faith, fled to the north of Ireland for refuge, in 1573, 
the time of the St. Bartholomew massacre. The early settlement of the 
Swedes along the Delaware ofl'erlnfr favorable privileges for emigrants from 
the old world, the paternal ancestor of Dell Noblitt came hither and located 
in the vicinity of Darby, Delaware Co. A leading \Vilmington paper gives 
the following biographical sketch: " In his youth he learned the trade of 
c ibiuet-making with Philip Paintei-, in the borough of Chester, and subse- 
quently worked at it in the City of Xew York ; was there during a visitation 
of yellow fever, IT'J"). Three years later he had removed to Germantown, 
Pa., and while there he cast his first vote fur Tliomas JeiVerson for President. 
In 1810 he removed to AVilmington. Mr. Noblitt in 1801, in the twentj'- 
fouith year of his age, was married to Elizabeth Wiall, of Philadelphia, by 
whom he had three children — Stephen, Hamilton and Margaret, all now dead. 
After ten years of wedded life his wife died, and, after remaining a widoWer 
over a year, he married Elizabeth Bratton, of Brandywinc Hundred. By 
this union he had thirteen children, only six of whom are now living — three 
sons and three daughteis. In the years of his more active life (he) was one 
of the Wardens of St. Andrew's P. E. Church, of Wilmington, where for a 
long time he was a communicant, and regularly every Sunday, until last year, 
was to be found among the congregation."' Dell Xoblitt had an older brother, 
John, who lived on a part of the tract originally owned by the Swedes, until 
the time ot his death, which occurred in 1855, he having attained to the age 
of 94 years. 

2589. Elizabeth, born 9mo. 8, 1833. 2590. Joel, born 183t. 



Child of Jacob and (2361) Susanna (Swayne) Hayes. 

2i9l. Benj.\mtn, (Susanna, Susanna, Sarah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 8, 1828. 



Children of John anl (23G2) Margaret (Woodward) Kinsey. 

2592. Samuel, (Margaret, SarmieJ, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 24, 1822. 2593. Caleb Pusey, born Imo. 10, 1823 ; died 
7mo. 2, 1824. 2594. Elizabeth, born 9mo. G, 1824 ; died 9rao. 14, 
182.5. 

2595. Elizabeth, born Cmo. 15, 1820. 2596. John "W., born 
lOrao. 25, 1828; died llmo. 14, 1851, 2597. Margaret Anx, born 
9mo. 10, 1830; married Barton G. Roberts, lOmo. 8, 18G2. 

2598. PniLENA, born llrao. 23, 1832. 2599. Sarah, born Tmo. 
2r,, 1834. 2G00. William Baker, born 5mo. 11, 1836; married 
Ada L. Wingcll, Imo. 29, 1868. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 257 

Descendants q/"(ll) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

2601. Mary, born 2mo. 20. 1838 ; died 4mo. 5, 1842. 2602. Anna, 
born 2mo. 27, 1840; died 4mo. 16, 1842. 

2603. Edward W., born Imo. IT, 1842; married Sarah Jane 
Riley, 4mo. 2, 1868. 2604. Emma, born Imo, 7, 1844. 



Children of William E. and (2364) Sarah Woodward Baily. 

2605. Samuel, (Sarah. Samuel., Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born Imo. 17, 1828 ; died 7mo. 23, 1843. 

2606. Ann, born 3mo. 1, 1830. 2607. Rebecca, born 8mo. 8, 
1832 ; died 5mo. 26, 1860. 2608. Elizabeth, born llmo. 14, 1834. 

2609. William, born llmo. 23, 1836 ; died 6mo. 29, 1864. 

2610. Tacy, born Imo. 26, 1839. 2611. Joel S., born 7mo. 26, 
1841. 2612. Samuel, born Imo. 29, 1844, married Mary Bell 
Radford. 2613. Edward S.,born 4mo. 25, 1847 ; died 2mo. 3, 1859. 

2614. Joseph, born 4mo. 19, 1851. 



Children of Richard B. and (2366) Susanna ^Woodward) 

Smedley. 

2615. Anna Amanda, (Susanna, Samuel, Sarah, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 30, 1838 ; died 8mo. 20, 1839. 

2616. Philena P., born llmo. 15, 1839. 2617. Mary Anna, bom 
4mo. 9, 1842. 2618. Wilmer, born 8mo. 23, 1843. 

2619. Sarah J., born Imo. 14, 1846. 



Children of Thomas C. and (2367) Rachel fWoodward) 

Chandler. 

2620. Rebecca, (Rachel, Samuel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 7, 1833. 

2621. Thomas Allen, born 4mo. IT, 1836. 

2622. William S., born llmo. 19, 1838. 2623. Josiah W., born 
2mo. 13, 1841. 

2624. David W., born 7mo. 3, 1843 ; married Mary E. Henderson, 
Wilmington, Del., llmo. 7, 1867. 

2625. Jesse, born 9mo. 23, 1846 ; married Yirginia Point, New 
Castle, Del., 5mo. 14, 1868. 



258 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Isaac and (2369) Rachel (Fell) Chambers. 
2626. Sarah, {Rachel, Sarah, Sarah, John, Imac, Anthony) hon\ 
4mo. 12, 1823 ; married Asaliel Walker. 2627. Rebecca, born lOmo. 
21, 1824 ; married Preston Wickersham. 



Children of (2370) Samuel and Patience M. (Chambers) Fell. 

2628. Mary Ann, {Samuel, Sarah, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4mo. 30, 1830. 2629. Rebecca, born lOmo. 10, 1831; died 
Imo. 23, 1832. 2630. James P., born 2mo. 24. 1835. 

2631. Richard H., born 8mo. 28, 1836. 



Children of (23T1) John J. and Hannah (Mattson) Woodward. 

2632. Albert M., {John J., William, Sarah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 19, 1839; married Harriet Parlcer, Pliiladelphia, 
3mo. 1, 1865. 2633. Adolphus Darwin, born lOmo. 28, 1841. 

2634. Theo. Bolton, born 9mo. 17, 1843. 



Children of (2372) Washington B. and Edith B. (Lamborn) 

Woodward. 

2635. Jacob Granville, {Washington B., William, Sarah, John, 
Isaac, Anthony)horn lOmo. 12, 1842 ; died 6mo. 13, 1849. 

2636. Washington B., born Imo. 26, 1849; died 2mo. 13, 1866. 



Children of (2373) Isaac and Hannah (Sharpless) Woodward. 

2637. Charity T., {Isaac, William, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7mo. 4, 1841. 2638. Marcetta S., born Imo. 21, 1843. 

2639. Sarah B., born 12mo. 26, 1844. 2640. Caroline D.,born 
12mo.25, 1846. 2641. William S., born 1848 ; died 8mo. 22, 1849. 



Children of Gibbons and (2374) Eliza (Woodward) Kendall. 

2642. Philena, {Eliza, Thomas, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4mo. 21, 1831. 2643. Casper, born 8mo. 9, 1836; married 
Emily Matilda Johnson, Wilmington, Del., 3mo. 15, 1859. 

2644. Emma W., born Imo. 2, 1846; died 2mo. 12, 1851. 

2645. Mary Emma, born 8mo. 28, 1852. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 259 

Descendants of {II) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2376) Jackson and Sibilla P. (Entriken) 

Woodward. 

2646. Thomas E., {Jackson., Thomas, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 4ino. 15, 1839 ; died 3mo. IT, 1842. 2647. Anna Mary, born 
3mo. 1, 1842; died 3mo. 29, 1843. 2648. Hannah, born 4mo. 11, 
1844. 2649. Henry Clay, born 2mo. 4, 1848. 



Children of Emmor S. and (2377) Mabel (Woodward) 

Entriken. 

2650. Anna Mary, {Mabel, Thomas, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 18, 1841 ; died lOmo. 15, 1842. 2651. Albert L., born 
7mo. 26, 1843 ; married Isabell T., daughter of Lewis and Lydia 
Ann Williams, of E. Bradford, lOmo. 4, 1866. 

2652. Emmarene, born Imo. 12, 1846 ; married Westley C. John- 
son, Wilmington, Del., 5mo. 9, 1867. 2653. Franklin B., born 
2mo. 15, 1848 ; married Mary L., daughter of George R. and Sarah 
Johnson, 7mo. 21, 1870. Franklin B. died 3mo. 31, 1877. 



Children of (2378) Lewis B. and Elizabeth S. (Witsil) 

W^oodward. 

2654. Clara J., {Lewis B., Thomas, Sarah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 5mo. 8, 1851. 2655. Ellie L., born lOmo. 5, 1854. 
2656. Alfred Lee, born 2mo. 27, 1860. 



Children of Edward and (2379) Sarah (Woodward) McGee. 

2657. Elizabeth, {Sarah, Levi, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 20, 1848 ; died (by accident) 4mo. 1, 1863. 

2658. Phebe Ann, born 12mo. 14, 1849 ; married James Sinclair, 
York Co., Pa., 3mo. 3, 1868. 

2659. Catharine, born Imo. 1, 1852. 2660. Philena, born 
Smo. 29, 1853. 

2661. Sarah, born Imo. 30, 1855. 2662. Margaret, born lOmo. 
6, 1856. 2663. Emeltne, born llmo. 17, 1859. 2664. Mary Han- 
nah, born lOmo. 15, 1863. 



260 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Matthew and (2381) Sibilla (Woodward) Sample. 

2665. Lewis, {Sibilla, Levi, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
7mo. 7, 1846. 2666. Sarah J., born Imo. 28, 1848. 2667. Levi, 
born Imo. 6, 1850. 2668. Samuel, born 9mo. 19, 1851. 

2669. Adaline, born 3mo. 22, 1853. 2670. Merritt S., born 
12mo. 1, 1855. 2G71. Piiebe Ann, born 3nio. 30, 1858. 

2672. Isaac, born lOmo. 22, 1861. 



Children of (2382) Samuel and Margaret (Dickey) Woodward. 

2673. Isabella R., {Samuel, Levi, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 8mo. 1, 1862. 2674. Joseph S., born 7mo. 28, 1865. 
2675. Mary E., born 9mo. 9, 1867. 



Children of (2387) Thomas and Priscilla (Jones) Wickersham. 

2676. Joseph Allen, {Thomas, Rachel, Sarah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 17, 1838 ; married — — Lysle. 2677. Elmira, 
born 8mo. 24, 1839. 2678. Elizabeth J., born llmo. 1, 1842; 
married Francis M. Pyle. Residence, West Grove, Chester Co., Pa. 



Children of Andrew and (2388) Sarah (Wickersham) Moore. 

2679. Phebe Ann, {Sarah, Itachel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 6mo. 22, 1839. 2680. Levi W.,bornl2mo.2,1841 ; married Mar- 
garet Carnthers, Smyrna, Del. 2681. Rebecca, born 9mo. 29, 1845. 



Children of (2390) Preston and Rebecca (Chambers) 

Wickersham. 
2682. Rachel, (Preston, Rachel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) horn 
Imo. 4, 1851 ; died 8mo. 5, 1851. 2683. William R., born lOmo. 
11, 1855; died 4mo. 4, 1860. 2684. Mary S., born 4mo. 15, 1862. 



Child of (2391) Levi and Angeline P. (Russell) Wickersham. 

2685. Florilla, {Levi, Rachel, Sarah, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 15, 1853. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 261 

Descendants 0/(11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Abiah and (2392) Mary (Hannum) Cope. 

2686. Henry, (Mary, Sarah., James, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
9mo. 24, 1838. 2687. David, born 9mo. 18, 1840. 



Child of (2393) John and Ann P. (Hoopes) Hannum. 

2688. John A., (John, Sarah, James, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
3mo. 2, 18G1. 

Children of (2394) James and Louisa A. (Bartlett) Hannum, 

2689. Hannah Sarah, (James, Sarah, James, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 28, 1843 ; married ElvieE., son of James E. and 
Sarah A. Bonine, of Michigan. 2690. John B., born 12mo. 15, 
1844 ; died Imo. 4, 1846. 2691. Mary D., born 3mo. 16, 1846 ; died 
lino. 10, 1846. 2692. James M., born Imo. 10, 1848. 

2693. Alice J. C, born lOmo. 24, 1849. 2694. Nathan B., born 
9mo. 9, 1851. 2695. Martha E., born lOmo. 12, 1853 ; died 4mo. 
14, 1871. 2696. Louisa A. B., born 9mo. 10, 1855. 

2697. JoHNANNA, born 3mo, 8, 1857.^ 2698. Edmund B., born 
12mo, 12, 1858. 

Children of James anl (2402) Mary (Jackson) Haines. 

2699. Charles Conover, (Mary, Thomas, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 18, 1833 ; married Maggie E. McConnell, 
6mo. 25, 1866. They have two children. 2T00. James, born Umo. 
12,1835; married Elizabeth Bouvier, 5mo. 4, 1857. They have 
three children. 2701. Mary Louisa, born Umo. 6, 1837. 

2702. Amanda, born 2mo. 2, 1840 : married John F. Clark, lOmo. 
23,1856. No children. 2703. Emma, born 2mo. 6,1842; married 
James B. Smith, lOmo. 5, 1860. Emma died Imo. 19, 1865. They 
had two children, 2704. John, born Imo. 12, 1844 ; died in his 
fourth year. 2705. Adalaide, born 9mo. 14, 1846 ; married Fred- 
erick D., son of William and Rebecca Reid, of West Chester, 5mo. 
7, 1874. They have one child. Residence, West Chester, Pa. 

2706. John, born Umo. 5, 1848. 2707. Ella, born lOmo. 19, 
1850. 2708. William Jackson, born 2mo. 27, 1853. 



263 SE VENTH 6 ENEBA TION. 

Descendants of ill) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Jacob T. and (2404) Eliza Emma (Jackson) 

Collins. 

2709. William Jackson, (Eliza Emma, Thomas, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 9, 1844 ; married Amanda Wright, Imo. 
1, 1870. One child. 2710. Edwin Clendaniel, born 3mo. 24, 
1847 ; married Mary E. Titus, lOmo. 24, 1871. One child. 

2711. Jacob Warren, born lOmo. 8, 1858. 



Children of James and (2401')) Eliza (Hoopes) Mendenhall, 

2712. Thomas, (Eliza, 3Iary, James, John, Isaac, Anthony) horn 
12mo. 23, 1831 (at West Chester, Pa.,); unmarried. 

2713. Mary Elizabeth, born Imo. 3, 1835; married 6mo. 13, 
1852, to Ozias Strong, (born Imo. 14, 1828, in Rutland, Tioga Co., 
Pa.,) son of Elial and Martha (Curtis) Strong. Thej^ have ten chil- 
dren. Residence, Springville Cit}', Utah. 

2714. James Hoopes, born 12mo. 10, 1836 ; married 3mo. 1, 1857, 
to Caroline, daughter of Henry and Mary M. (Weikel) Huff. Caro- 
line born 6mo. 15, 1840, in Union, Union Co., Pa. They had ten 
children. Residence, Utah. 2715. Lydia Ann, born Imo. 4, 1839 ; 
died 4mo. 27, 1844. 2710. Sarah, born 12mo. 24, 1840; married 
4mo. 1, 1856, to Uriah Eugene Curtis, (born 3mo. 31, 1832, in 
Brown Co., Ohio) son of Gardner and Maria (Dunn) Curtis. They 
had ten children. Residence, Utah. 

2717. Caroline, born 12mo. 30, 1842, in New Castle, Delaware j 
married llmo. 9, 1861, to Uel Stewart (born in Madison Co., 111., 
3mo. 3, 1840), son of William Jackson and Sarah B. (Jenfry) 
Stewart, of Overton Co., Tenn. They had five children. Residence, 
Utah. 2718. Joseph Smith, born 4mo. 6, 1845, at Nauvoo, Han- 
cock Co., 111., unmarried. 2719. Emma Smith, born lOmo. 20,1848, 
in Pottawatamie Co., Iowa; married 12mo. 17, 1866, to Alma (born 
5mo. 29, 1845), son of John and Mary Ann (Oakes) Roylance, of 
Nauvoo, 111. They had four children. 

2720. Eliza, born llmo. 15, 1851, at Springville City, Utah; 
married llmo. 30, 1868, to David Dubois Dibble (born llmo. 30, 
1846, in Farmington, Iowa), son of Philo and Hannah Ann (Dubois) 
Dibble. They have three children. Philo born 6mo. 6, 1806, in 
Peru, Mass. Hannah Ann born 7mo. 31, 1808, in Salem Co., N. J. 



SEVEJSTH GENERATION. 263 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah [Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2410) Phineas Lewis and Deborah J. (Fling) 

Hoopes. 

2721. Eliza M., {Phineas L., Mary., James, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born llmo. 30, 184Y. 2722. Mary J., born lOmo. 1, 1852. 

2723. Anna P., born 3mo. 2, 1857 ; died 4mo. 12, 1859. 

2724. Edward B., born 3mo. 2, 1857. 



Child of Ellis P. and (2413) Anna B. (Bartram) Marshall. 

2725. Anna B., (Anna B., Phebe, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born lOmo. 17, 1846 ; married Ralph Marsh Harvey, 3mo. 12, 1868, 
son of Evans and Hannah G. Harvey, of Birmingham. Ralph born 
3mo. 12, 1843. They have two children. 



Children of William and (2414) Ann (Pusey) Harry. 

2726. Maria, (Ann, Sarah, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) born 
2mo. 15, 1823. 2727. Joseph P., born 8mo. 29, 1825. 

2728. Sarah Ann, born llmo. 9, 1826. 2729. Sophia, born llmo. 
9, 1826. 2730. Deborah, born 9mo. 28, 1828. 2731. Isaac P., 
born 8mo. 31, 1830. 2732. William, born 3mo. 13, 1832 ; deceased. 

2738. Edward, born 3mo. 13, 1832. 2734. Elizabeth, born 6mo. 
6, 1835. 2735. Hannah G., born 5mo. 28, 1839. 

2736. Joshua Baily, born 6mo. 5, 1842. 2737. William, born 
8mo. 22, 1844. 2738. Francis, born . 



Children of (2415) Joshua B. and Maria (Spencer) Pusey. 

2739. Lewis, (Joshua B., Sarah, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 12mo. 10, 1830; married Imo. 15, 1862, at Londongrove, 
Edith T. Phillips, daughter of Harvey and Hannah. Residence, 
Kennett Square, Pa. 

2740. Joel B., born 5mo. 1, 1833; married . 2741. Emily, 

born 7mo. 23, 1835. 2742. Sarah Ann, born 12mo. 1, 1838 ; died 
12mo. 23, 1861, unmarried. 

2743. Isaac, born lOmo. 25, 1841. 2744. Louisa, born 7mo. 16, 
1844; died 9mo. 7, 1852. 2745. Edith H., born 3mo. 15, 1848; 



264 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of {II) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

married Warren J. Shelmire, of New Garden, son of William and 
. 2746. William J., born 9mo. 6, 1851. 



Children of Truman and (241G) Juliann (Pusey) Cooper. 

2T4'7. Mary Elizabeth, {Juhann, Sarah, Ann, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 6mo. 1, 1830 ; married Hervey Eslileman. 

2T48. Warrick, born lOmo. 13, 1831 ; married Martha, daughter 
of Elijah and Hannah Lewis, of Lancaster Co. 2749. Edith P., 
born 6mo. 12, 1835; married 4mo. 17, 185(5, to Joseph B., son of 
Joseph and Sarah B. Cooper, of Sadsbury, Chester Co., Pa. 

2750. Lewis B., born 7mo. 15, 1833 ; died 9mo. 27, 1841. 

275L Sarah Ann, born llmo. 10, 1837 ; died 2mo. 10. 1839. 

2752. Aaron Hurford, born 8tno. 9, 1841 ; married 4mo. 7, 
1869, at Chester, Delaware Co., to Martha, daughter of George and 
Hannah Sharpless. 

2753. Sophia Ann, born 7mo. 11, 1845; died 7mo. 28, I860. 

2754. Emma Louisa, born llmo. 21, 1848; married lOmo. 14, 
1869, to Penrose Maule, of Philadelphia. 



f Children of (2419) Benjamin B. and Sarah (Willet) Baily. 

2755. Elizabeth, {Benjamin B., Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 5mo. 20, 1843 ; married P. J. Murphy, son of Miles 
and Annie, in 1861. Residence, Philadelphia. 

2756. LoYD, born Imo. 24, 1846 ; married Clara L., daughter of 
John and Angelina Prior, llmo. 10, 1869. Residence, Philadelphia. 

2757. Thomas W., born 6mo. 15, 1847 ; married Pauline, daugh- 
ter of John and Sophie Kreutzenburger, in 1871. 



Children of Joseph and (2420) Sarah P. (Baily) Durnall. 

2758. WiLELMA, {Sarah P., Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 16, 1844. 2759. Anne Elizabeth, born Imo. 8, 1846. 

2760. Edwin J., born lOmo. 1, 1847 ; married Sidney, daughter 
of Caleb and Mary Cox, lOmo. 31, 1872. They have one child. 

2761. Henry Clay, born 2mo. 11, 1849. 2762. Bartram B., 
born 4mo. 28, 1850. 2763. J. Warren, born 2mo. 16, 1853. 

2764. Florence May, born 12mo. 3, 1854. 

2765. Ellie Nightingale, born lOmo. 25, 1856. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 265 

Descendants of {11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of William C. and (2421) Phebe Anna (Baily) Hunt. 

2Y66. Mary Elizabeth, (Phebe, Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 16, 1839 ; married Isaac Pyle, of Kennett Square, 
Chester Co., in 1860. They had two children. 276t. Anna B., 
born Imo. 31, 1841 ; died Imo. 3, 185Y. 2768. Victoria W., born 
2mo. 9, 1843 ; married James Chandler, 18Y2. One child. 

2*769. John James, born llmo. 9, 1844 ; married Sallie Lewis, of 
Delaware Co., Pa. They had six children. 2770. William C, 
born 7mo. 24, 1846. 2771. Phebe Anna, born 4mo. 12, 1848; died 
aged three months. 



Children of (2422) Jackson and Phebe (Seal) Baily. 

2772. Annabell, {Jackson, Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 9mo. 8, 1855 ; died 2mo. 19, 1858. 2773. Edgar R., born Bmo. 
14, 1857. 2774. Gertrude, born 3mo. 23, 1859 ; died 7mo. 5, 1860. 

2775. Elizabeth B., born 8mo. 1, 1861. 

2776. Joseph Jackson, born mo9. 19, 1863. 



Children of John and (2425) Anna (Baily) Collins. 

2777. Elizabeth B., {Anna, Joshua, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born llmo. 10, 1840; married Joseph P. Remington, 6mo. 3, 1874. 
They have one child. 

2778. Mary Anna L., born 8mo. 4, 1848 ; married James F. 
Wood, llmo. 11, 1875. They have one child. 2779. Caroline B., 
born 4mo. 29, 1858 ; married Eugene M. Aaron, 8mo. 28, 1875. 

2780, Sallie L., born 4mo. 17, 1863. 2781. Fannie B., born 
4mo. 17, 1863; died 7mo. 22, 1865. 



Children of (2426) Samuel L. and Elizabeth (Tatum) Baily. 

2782. Annie T., {Samuel L., Joshua, Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 7mo. 31,1848. 2783. Loyd, born 9mo. 14, 1849; married 
Elizabeth A. Moore, 4mo. 10, 1872. They have two children. 

2784. Elizabeth L.,born llmo. 28, 1851. 2785. Josiah T., born 
5mo. 8, 1853. 2786. Frances, born 9mo. 7, 1855. 

2787. Edward, born 9mo. 9, 1857 ; died lOnio. 26, 1857. 



266 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/(11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2428) Thomas L. and Caroline A. (Smith) Baily. 

2788. Amelia Sophia. ( TAomas Z/., Joshua^ Ann^ John, Isaac, 
Anthony) bora lino, 8, 1856 ; died Tmo. 22, 1856. 

2Y89. Alfred William, born lOrao. 18. 1857. 

2790. Susan Loyd, born 3mo. 24, 1866. 2791. Thomas L., born 
Imo. 13, 1869 ; died Irao. 13, 1869. 



Children of (2429) Joshua L. and Theodate (Lang) Baily. 

2792. Frederick Lang, (Joshua L.. Joshua, Ann, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 80, 1857. 2793. Albert Lang, born 6mo. 22, 
1859. 2794. William Loyd, born 12mo. 26, 1861. 

2795. Charles Winter, born 12mo. 1, 1866. 

2796. Henry Paul, born 9mo. 3, 1868. 

Children of (2432) Humphrey and Philena (Davis) Baily. 

2797. Jason D., (Humphrey, Joel J., Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born llmo. 6, 1848. 2798. Joel J., born lOmo. 9, 1850 ; died 2mo., 
1852. 2799. Eugene A., born 9mo. 3, 1853. 2800. Joshua G., 
born 2mo. 22, 1857. 2801. Charles M., born 8mo. 12, 1859. 

2802. Susan L., born Imo. 23, 1864. 



Children of (2432) Humphrey and Delilah (Sherretj Baily. 

2803. Louisa May, (Humphrey, Joel J, Ann, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) horn llmo., ISIO. 2804. Nellie, born lOmo., 1872; died 
llmo., 1872. 

Children of (2433) Joshua G., and Emily J. (Fry) Baily. 
2805. Fanny J., (Joshua G., Joel J., Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 2mo. 24, 1865. 2806. Susan F., born"6rao. 17, 1866. 



Children of William D. and (2437) Ann Louisa (Baily) Jones, 

2807. Joel B., (Ajiu Louisa, Joel J., Ann, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 5mo. 1, 1864. 2808. Susan L., born 5mo. 4, 1865 ; died 9mo. 
6, 1865. 2809. Fanny L., born lOmo. 16, 1867 ; died 2mo. 14, 
1867. 2810. William D., born 2mo. 10, 1872. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 267 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

Child of (2441) Evan P., and Rachel Ann (Harlan) Baily. 

2811. Margaret Elizabeth, (Evan P., Joel J.., Ann, John, Isaac^ 
Anthony) born 2mo. 26, 18^5. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of Lemuel and (2442) Elizabeth (Hutton) Plumley. 

2812. Maxwell, (Elizabeth, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony). 

2813. Mary Jane. Two children deceased, (names not known). 



Children of (2443) Jackson and Christianna (Bird) Hutton. 

2814. James M., (Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 6nio. 18, 1837 ; married Susan Ewing, 7mo. 18, 1861. 
They have four children. 2815. Samuel, born 9mo. 6, 1840 ; 
married Annie B. Ewing, Imo. 12, 1871. They have one child. 

2816. Mary E., born 2mo. 13, 1843 ; married Edward Rumford, 
3mo. 12, 1861. They had five children. 2817. William, born 
Imo. 11, 1846 ; married Maria Lockard, 3mo. 23, 1871. They have 
two children. 2818. Jesse W., born 8mo. 31, 1848 ; died lOmo. 18, 
1876. 2819. Sarah C, born 6mo. 28, 1851. 2820. Joel J., born 
6mo. 26, 1856. 2821. Thomas S., born 6mo. 22, 1858. 



Children of (2445) Joseph and Jane M. (Jarvis) Hutton. 

2822. William S., (Joseph, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 2mo. 9, 1842. 2823. Mary Jane, born 2mo. 2, 1845. 



Children of (2445) Joseph and Catharine A. (Taylor) Hutton. 

2824. Carrie F., (Joseph, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 8mo. 6, 1849; married John H. Breens, 5mo. 29, 1867. 
He died 5mo. 25, 1875. Carrie F. married (2nd) lOmo. 27, 1875, 



368 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

to John H. Hanan. 2825. Joel, born llmo. 27, 1850; died 4mo. 
10, 1851. 282(). Joseph, born 8rao. 11, 1853. 282T. Charles D., 
born 7mo. 15, 1854; died 7mo. 20, 1854. 2828. Walter S., born 
llmo. (5, 185r;. 2829. George F., born 6mo. 29, 1859 ; died 7 mo. 
5, 1859. 

Children of (2446) Hartley and Elizabeth (Callahan) Hutton. 

2830. Sarah C, {Ilartley^ Joel., Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony). 2831. William. 2832. David. 



Child of Peter and (2447) Jane (Hutton) Shultz. 

2833. Caroline, {Jane, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
married . 



Children of (2449 j Isaac ani Rachel (McMinn) Hutton. 

2834, Hugh, {Isaac, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony). 

2835. Emma. 2836. Kersey. 2837. Elizabeth. 2838. Reuben. 
2839, Benjamin. 



Children of (2450) Benjamin and Mary Matilda (Cimon) 

Hutton. 

2840. Charles S., {Benjamin, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 

Anthony) born 3mo. 9, 1845. 2841. Sarah E., born 4mo. 6, 1847. 

2842. Mary Ann, born 8mo. 20, 1849 ; died, aged about 13 years. 



Children of (2451) Joel and Eliza Ann (Laughhead) Hutton. 

2843. Jennie E., {Joel, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 5mo. 28, 1847 ; married Hugh H., son of Isaac Hutton, 8mo. 

30, 1864. Hugh H. born 4mo. 25, 1840; died . Jennie E. 

married (2nd) llmo. 12, 1873, to Simon N. Snedicker. 



Children of (2452) William and (Long) Hutton. 

2844. Lucy, ( William, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 3mo. 19, 1854. 2845. Delphina, born 12mo. 29, 1857. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 269 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 
Children of Andrew and C2455) Sarah CHaines) Lewis. 

2846. Frederick W., (Sarah, Mabel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 21, 1842 ; married Isadora Olivia Wilson, of 
Philadelphia, llmo. 1, 1870. 2847. Mabel A., born Imo. 31, 1843 ; 
died 2mo. 12, 1863. 

2848. Mary Emma, bora 3mo. 3, 1844 ; married John G., son of 
Francis P. and Deborah Smith, of Cecil Co., Md. Two children, 
names not obtained. Reside in Iowa. 2849. LrcRETiA M., born 

6mo. 24, 1845; married 6mo. 21. 1871, to . Reside in the 

West. 

2850. Milton T., born lOmo. 3, 1846 ; married Isadore, daughter 
of Joseph and Rachel Ross, of Harford Co., Md. 2851. Clara J., 
born 4mo. 13, 1849. 

2852. Eva Alice, born 3mo. 20, 1851. 2853. Harvey H., born 
Imo. 21, 1853. 2854. Willis 0., born 9mo. 3, 1854 ; lives in Iowa. 

2855. Charles L., born Imo. 16, 1858. 2856. Jeremiah B., 
born 9mo. 3, 1861. 2857. Sarah, born 5mo. 3, 1865. 

2858. Virginia, born lOmo. 25, 1867. 



Children of (2459) Albert and Hannah TJackson) Haines. 

2859. Granville, {Albert, Mabel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 9mo. 25, 1857 ; died 6mo. 27, 1860. 2860. Eleanor, 
deceased. 2861. Milton, died 3mo., 1870, (accidentally killed). 



Children of (2462) Job and Elizabeth (Dunn) Haines. 

2862. Edwin, (Job, Margaret, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 28, 1841. 2863. John Dunn, born llmo. 30, 1849. 

2864. Sarah Askew, born 2mo. 23, 1852 ; died 9mo. 15, 1854. 

2865. Mary Elizabeth, born 6mo. 9, 1854. 

2866. William Sherwood, born 5mo. 14, 1857. 



Children of (2463) Joseph H. and Rebecca Frances (Lincoln) 

Haines. 

2867. John L., (Joseph H., Margaret, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 21. 1847. 2868. Anna Frances, born 8mo. 



370 ElOHTH GENERATION. 

Desceyidants of (11) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

20, 1849; married in 1870 to Basil H., son of Luke and Phebe 
Brown, of Rising Sun, Md. Residence, Philadelphia. 

2869. Elizabeth, born lOmo. 14, 1851. 2870. Margaret H., 
born 3rao. 11, 1854. 2871. Ida Ella, born 9mo. 28, 1857. 

2872. Sarah Stubbs, born 7mo. 30, 1859. 2873. Rachel, born 
12mo. 21, 18G0. 2874. Joseph H., born 12mo. 27, 1866 



Children of Marshall J. and (2464) Elmira (Haines) Hunt. 

2875. Margaret A., {Elmira, Margaret, Sarah, Isaac, John^ 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 4, 1846. 2876. Emma W., born 8mo. 
20, 1850; died 12mo. 19, 1873. 2877. Rebecca E., born 2mo. 14, 
1853. 2878. Edwin M., born 4mo. 4, 1855. 

2879. Mary C, born 1 Imo. 1 , 1 856. 2880. Sarah S., born 1 Imo. 
15, 1858. 

Children of Slater B. and (2465) Sarah B. (Haines) Stubbs. 

2881. William H,, (Sarah B., Margaret, Sarah, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 2, 1852. 2882, Cecil Calvert, born 
5mo. 2, 1854. 2883. Slater B., born Imo. 2, 1856. 

2884. Charles Eugene, born 4mo. 15, 1858. 2885. Hannah M., 
born Imo. 30, 1861. 2886. Edwin H., born 4rao. 18, 1863. 

2887. Isaac, born 2mo. 21, 1865; died 12mo. 10, 1865. 

2888. Isaac Job H., born 5mo. 13, 1867. 



Children of Walter F. and (2468) Mary Amelia (Hutton) Neal. 

2889. Delphina Louisa, (Mary Amelia, William, Sarah, Isaac, 
John, Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 19, 1858 ; died 8mo. 21, 1858. 

2890. Rachel Margaret, born 5mo. 21, 1859; died 5mo. 22, 
1859. 2891. Laura May, born 4mo. 17, 1860. 2892. William H., 
born lOmo. 5, 1861. 2893. Clara Lucinda, born lOmo. 11, 1868, 

2894. Thomas, born 9mo, 17, 1864; died lOmo. 6. 1864. 



Child of George and (2474) Sarah H. (Haines) Brown. 
2895. Virginia, (Sarah H., Sarah, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo. 9, 1871. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 271 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Child of (24t6) John H. and Mary P. (Hay) Jackson. 

2896. Marian, {John H.., Jacob, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born Imo. 10, 1868. 



Children of (2477) Ephraim and Sarah P. (Levis) Jackson. 

2897. Esther L., {Ephraim, Jacob, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) bora 2mo. 1, 1859. 2898. Caroline, born 12mo., 1862. 
2899. Henry, born 9mo., 1864. 



Children of Samuel S. and (2479) Sarah Jane (Schofield) Ash. 

2900. Oliver Howard, {Sarah Jane, Mary H., Halliday, Isaac, 
John, Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 8, 1860 ; died 3mo. 21, 1874. 

2901. Henry C, born 7nio. 2, 1863. 2902. Samuel, born 5mo. 
2, 1871. 2903. Mary, born 4mo. 18, 1875. 



Child of Ernest and (2484) Henrietta (Jackson) Turner. 

2904. Warner J., {Henrietta, John, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born llmo. 30, 1869. 



Children of Isaac H. and (2489) Mary C. (Jackson) Clothier. 

2905. Mary Jackson, {Mary C, William, Halliday, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 6mo. 7, 1865. 2906. Elizabeth Jackson, 
born llmo. 5, 1866. 2907. Morris Lewis, born 7mo. 24, 1868. 

2908. Hannah Hallowell, born 7mo. 21, 1872. 

2909. VV alter, born 7mo. 16, 1874. 2910. Isaac Hallowell, 
born llmo. 12, 1875. 2911. Lydia Biddle, born Imo. 22, 1878. 



Children of Benjamin Davis and (2490) Elizabeth (Jackson) 

Shreve. 

2912. Elizabeth Mary, {Elizabeth J., William, Halliday, Isaac, 
John, Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 17, 1874. 

2913. Bertha Jackson, born 6mo. 5, 1877. 



272 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2492) Abraham and Melissa R. (Chambers) Bell. 

2914. William. {Abraham., Eliza 11.^ Halliday, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 5mo. 5, 1872. 2915. Brinton C, born 9mo. 
24, 1874. 2916. Mary Christie, born 12mo. 6, 1877. 



Child of S. Clement and (2496) Caroline Jackson (Bell; 

Satterthwait. 

2917. Bessie, {Caroline /., Eliza if., Halliday ., Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 5, 187i'). 



Children of Philip and (2498) Ellen M. (Satterthwait) Price. 

2918. Phebe J., {Ellen J/.. Phebe, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 7mo. 5, 1866. 2919. Charles S., born 5mo. 30, 
1868. 2920. Mary S., born 12ni.). 21, 1874. 



Children of (2500) David and Anna R. (Abbott) Satterthwait. 

2921. Abbott, (David, Phebe. Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 12mo. 17. 1873. 2922. Rebecca H., born lOmo. 2, 1875. 

Child of (2509) Halliday J. and Fannie (Sharplessj Price. 

2923. Arthur, {Halliday J., Jane, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo. 8, 1876; died 8mo. 8, 1877. 



Child of William and (2510) Sarah J. (Price) Forsythe. 

2924. Bertha, {Sarah J., Jane, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac,. 
Anthony) born 5mo. 10, 1876. 



Children of George S. and (2511) Mary W. (Price) Cheyney. 

2925. Mabel, {Mary W.. Jane, Halliday, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 12, 1876, 2926. Helen, born lOmo. 5, 1877. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 273 

Descendants 0/ (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of James T. and (2513) Amy (Thompson) Chambers. 

2927. Mary R., {Amy T., Phebe, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 30, 1852. 2928. J. Howard, born Imo. 31, 1858. 

2929. Phebe T., born 9mo. 29, 1859. 1930. George M., born 
lOmo. 30, 1861. 2931. Arthur L., born 7mo. 31, 1870. 

2932. Amy, born 9mo. 2. 1872; died Imo. 26, 1873. 



Children of (2514) Samuel H. and Martha (Moore) Thompson. 

2933. Mary^, (Samuel H., Phebe, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 9, 1859 ; died lOrao, 20, 1859. 

2934. Ella P., born llmo. 12, 1860. 2935. Mary B., born 7mo. 
29, 1862. 2936. Phebe H., born lOmo. 31, 1864. 

2937. J. Howard, born 6mo. 8, 1867. 2938. Lawrence, born 
8mo. 23, 1869. 2939. Anna S., born 6mo. 4, 1871. 2940. Amy, 
born 5mo. 16, 1874. 

Children of (2515) Stephen and Sarah (Mitchell) Wilson. 

2941. Emilie p., {Stephen, Sarah, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born llmo. 6, 1856. 2942. Joseph M., born lOmo. 5, 
1858. 2943. Eliza R., born 4mo. 15, 1863; died 6mo. 28, 1864. 

2944. David H., born 3mo. 14, 1865. 2945. Edward S., born 
2mo. 24, 1873. 

Children of Spencer and (2517) Eliza (Wilson) Chandler. 

2946. Philip, (Eliza, Sarah, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 8mo. 30, 1847. 2947. Sarah W., born 8mo. 28, 1850; mar- 
ried George B. Lacy 8mo. 18, 1870. They have three children. 

2948. Anna R., born 5mo. 13, 1853 ; married Thomas, son of 
John G. and Elizabeth (Baily) Jackson, of Hockessin, Delaware, 
9mo. 9, 1875. 2949. Phebe H., born 7mo. 19, 1857 ; married Nor- 
wood Palmer lOmo. 7, 1875. 2950. Spencer P., born 6mo. 6, 1864. 



Children of John Lea and (2518) Lydia P. (Wilson) Cowgill. 

2951. Clara Lea, (Lydia P., Sarah, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 6mo. 22, 1857. 2952. Anna Lea, born 3mo. 29, 
1859; died 4mo. 7, 1862. 18 



274 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of Thomas and (2520) Eliza (Hadley) Mitchell. 

2953. Mabel Anna, (Eliza, John, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, A71- 
thony) born Irno. 18, 1853. 2954. M. Shepherd, bom 4mo. H, 1854. 
2955. John T., born 4ino. {\, 1854; died 9mo. (I, 1854. 
295(). Hadley, born 3rao. 16, 1856. 



Children of (252(j) John and Elmira (Swayne) Hadley. 

2957. William S., {John, John. Mabel, Isaac, -John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 23, 1859. 2958. Anna E., born 3mo. 29, 18(U. 

2959. Samuel E., born llmo. 1, 1803. 2960. Florence D., born 
4mo. 10, 1867. 2961. Edwin R.. born 8mo. 25, 1870. 

Children of Levis B. and (2527) Ann (Hadley) Pennock. 

2962. James L., {Ann, John, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, Anthony) 
born 6mo. 12, 1861. 2963. Samuel I., born lOmo. 28, 1863. 

5964. Anna E., born 7mo. 27, 1865. 2965. Jane T., born 7mo. 

22, 1868. 

Children of Edward and (2530) Lydia (Hilles) Strong. 

2966. Jennie H., {Lydia, Jane, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thonij) born 8mo. 7, 1864. 2967. Walter, born llmo. 18, 1866. 

2968. Annie, born llmo. 1, 1868; died 3mo. 20, 1869. 

2969. James, born 4mo. 30, 1870. 2970. Albert E., born 12mo. 
26, 1871; died 4mo. 10, 1872. 2971. Jessie, born 9mo. 16, 1875; 
died 9mo. 19, 1875. 

Child of (2531) Israel and Harriet E. (Loyd) Hilles. 

2972. Flora Loyd, {Israel, Jane, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 21, 1874; died 7mo. 8, 1875. 



Child of (2534) John W. and Rachel S. (Wickersham) Hoopes, 

2973. Isaac W., {John W., Isaac, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born Imo. 24, 1874. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 275 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2536) Oliver H. and Mary Ellen (Megillegan) 

Smedley. 

2974. Prank B , {Oliver H., Margaret., 3Iabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 8mo. 6, 1866. 2975. J. Eugene, born lOmo. 25, 
1867. 2976. Maggie H., born 3mo. 19, 1869. 2977. Bertha W., 
born 12mo. 12, 1871. 

Children of Marshall S. and (2539) Anna Eliza (Smedley) 

Way. 

2978. M. Warren, {Anna Eliza, Margaret, 3Iabel, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 6, 1872. 2979. Channing, born 7mo. 

17, 1877. 

Children of (2543) Israel H. and Susan (Idall) Way. 

2980. Mabel, {Israel H., Eliza, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 4mo. 13, 1866. 2981. Fannie, born 7mo. 27, 1868. 
2982. Walter, born 4mo. 21, 1871. 2983. Mary E., born 2mo. 

18, 1873; died3mo. 14,1873. 2984. Sarah E., born 2mo. 18, 1873 ; 
died 7mo. 28, 1873. 

Child of Marshall and (2544) Hannah Jane (Way) Baily. 

2985. Marshall J., {Hannah Jane, Eliza, Mabel, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 9, 1861. 



Child of Charles Burleigh and (2545) Lydia J. (Way) 

Hambleton. 

2986. Marion, {Lydia J., Eliza, Mabel, Isaac, John Isaac, An- 
thony) born lOmo. 24, 1869. 



Children of Thomas and (2547) Margaret Ann ( Hoopes) 

Mercer. 

2987. Mary Ella, {Margaret Ann, Halliday, Mabel, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 2mo. 5, 1859. 2988. Thompson H., born 
lOmo. 18, 1861. 2989. Anna S., born 8mo. 23, 1868. 



276 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

Descendants of (11) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Child of (2548) Thomas B. and Rebecca M. (Cooper) Hoopes. 

2990. Halliday Jackson, (77?omas 5., Halliday., Mabel, IsaaCy 
John, Isaac, Anthony) born orno. 6, 1875. 



Children of Fredereck K. and (2555) Hannah Mary (Mitchell) 

Woodward. 

2991. Mary, {Hannah Mary, Mabel, Mabel, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) boru 12mo. 9, 18()7. 2992. Mabel II., born 8mo. 15, 1869. 

2993. Joseph M., born 3mo. :i, 1872. 2994. Ida, boru 7nio. 15, 
1873. 

Children of (2501) Joseph and Isabel P. (Mott) Parrish. 

2995. Ethel, {Joseph, Susanna, Sarah, Hannah, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born 7nio., 1869. 2996. Grace, born 6mo., 1871. 
2997. Marianna, born , 1874. 



Child of (2562) Stephen and Elizabeth (Bancroft) Parrish. 

2998. Frederic, {Stephen, Susanna, Sarah, Hannah, John, Isaac ^ 
Anthony) born 7mo. 25, 1870. 



Children of (2566) Charles and Philena (Marshall) Temple. 

2999. Mary II., {Charles, Susan L., Ann, Hannah, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 25, 1870. 3000. Edward B., born 8mo. 28, 
1871. 3001. William P., born 6mo. 15, 1873. 

3002. Horace, born llmo. 10, 1874. 



Child of (2567) George B. and Lydia P. (Marshall) Temple. 

3003. NoRRis G., (George B., Suf^an L., Ann, Hannah, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 29, 1865. 



Children of (2576) Edward and Elizabeth H. (Tatnall) Bettle. 

3004. Elizabeth, (Edward, Mary Ann, Phebe, Hannah, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 23, 1873. 3005. Samuel, born 12mo. 
24, 1874. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 277 

Descendants of (11 j John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

Children of (2699) Charles Conover and Maggie E. (McConnell) 

Haines. 
3006. Mary Ella, {Charles C„ Mary, Thomas, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) horn I Imo. IS, 181S. 3007. Maggie E., born 12mo. 
30, 1875; died 7mo. 16, 1876. 



Children of (2700) James and Elizabeth (Bouvier) Haines. 

3008. Mary Louisa, {James, 3Iary, Thomas, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 25, 1858. 3009. Elizabeth, born 2mo. 10, 
1860. 3010. Charles E., born 3mo. 3, 1862. 



Children of James B. and (2703) Emma (Haines) Smith. 

3011. Florence B , {Emma, Mary, Thomas, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 4mo. 1, 1862 ; died aged five months. 

3012. Emma B., born Imo. 16, 1865. 



Child of Frederick D. and (2705) Adelaide (Haines) Reid. 

3013. Mary Louisa, {Adelaide, Mary, Thomas, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4mo. 2, 1875. 



Child of (2709) William J. and Amanda (Wright) Collins. 

3014. Idella, {William J., Eliza Emma, Thomas, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 30, 1870. 



Child of (2710) Edwin Clandaniel and Mary E. (Titus) Collins. 

3015. Estella. {Edxoin C, Eliza Emma, Thomas, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 12mo. 11, 1872. 



Children of Ozias and (2713) Mary Elizabeth (Mendenhall) 

Strong. 
3016. Mary Ann, {Mary Elizabeth, Eliza, Mary, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 4rao. 10, 1853, at Springville, Utah. 



278 EIGHT H GENERATION. 

Descendants q/(ll) John and Sarah {Miller) Jackson. 

son. Lydia Ann, born 9mo. 28, 1855. 3018. Ozias James, born 
3mo. 23, 1858. 3019. Martha Eltza, born 8mo. 12, 1860; died 
3mo. 19, 1872. 3020. Sarah Elizabeth, born firao. 14, 1863. 

3021. Willis Eliel, born Imo. 3, ISc^n. 3022. Clara Viola, 
born 8mo. 26, 18»)8. 3023. Adelia Elvira, born 2ino. 9, 1871; 
died 4mo. 23, 1871. 3024. Nellie Irinda, born 9mo. 26, 1873. 

3025. Joseph Mendeniiaij.. liorn 3nio. 4. 1876. 



Children of (2714) James H. and Caroline (Huff) Mendenhall. 

3026. Caroline Sarah, (./ames, Eliza., Mary., James^ John, IsaaCy 
Anthony) born Imo. 11, 1858, in Springville, Utah. 

3027. James Hoopes, born Imo. 24, 1860; died lOmo. 15, 1865. 

3028. Willis Edwin, born 9mo. 18, 1862; died llmo. 18, 1863. 

3029. Willis Edmund, born 9mo. 18, 1862. 3030. Phineas W., 
born lOmo. 20, 1864 ; died 9mo. 24, 1865. 3031. Eliza Jane, born 
8mo. 15, 1866. 3032. Eustace, born 7rao. 23, 1869. 

3033. Mary Ellen, born 12mo. 6, 1871, at Mona, Juab Co., 
Utah. 3034. Malin, born 4mo. 2. 1874. 3035. Gertrude, born 
6mo. 11, 1876, 

Children of Uriah Eugene and (271 ti) Sarah (Mendenhall) 

Curtis. 

3036. Uriah James, (Sarah, Eliza, Mary, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 5mo. 5, 1857, in Springville, Utah. 

3037. Sarah Caroline, born 2rao. 12, 1859. 3038. Rosalia, 
born 7mo. 21, 1860, 3039, Luella Eliza, born 3mo. 21, 1802. 

3040. Eugenia Maria, born Irao. 15, 1864. 

3041. HoLLis Eugene, born 4mo. 7, 1867. 3042. Junius, born 
6mo. 11, 1870. 3043. Wiona Lenora, born lOmo. 7, 1871; died 
lOmo. 20, 1871. 3044, Leonidas Mendenhall, born Imo. 5, 1873; 
died 4mo. 25, 1873. 3045. Letha Vinola, born 6mo. 14, 1874. 



Children of Uel and (2717) Caroline (Mendenhall) Stewart. 

3046. Sarah Eliza, (Caroline, Eliza, Mary, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 3, 1862, at Springville, Utah. 



ElOHTH GENERATION. 279 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

3047. Edna Rosena, born 9mo. 6, 1865. 3048. Lilian Evxyn, 
born 9mo. 12, 1868, at Mona, Juab Co., Utah. 

3049. Edith Wavelet, bora 3mo. 11, 1873 ; died 6mo. 23, 1873. 

3050. Epfie Adasa, born 3mo. 9, 1875, at Springville, Utah. 



Children of Alma and (2719) Emma Smith (Mendenhall) 

Roylance. 

3051. Alma Elliot, (Emma Smith, Eliza, Mary, James, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 16, 1867, at Springville, Utah. 

3052. Jamas Tustin, bom Irao. 5, 1870 ; died 3mo., 1870. 

3053. John Wallace, born llmo. 5, 1871. 

3054. Austin Hoopes, born 4mo. 19, 1876. 



Children of David Dubois and (2720) Eliza (Mendenhall) 

Dibble. 

3055. David Phineas, (Eliza, Eliza, Mary, James, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born lOmo. 5, 1869, at Springville, Utah. 

3056. Pomeroy Hoopes, born Imo. 8, 1872. 

3057. Hannah Ann, born 6mo. 10, 1874. 



Children of Ralph M. and (2725) Anna B. (Marshall) Harvey. 

3058. Ellis P., (Anna B., Anna B., Phebe, Ann, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) horn 2mo. 5, 18&9. 3059. Charles E., born 7mo. 24, 1871. 



Child of (2760) Edwin J. and Sidney (Cox) Durnall. 

3060. Gertrude, (Edwin J., Sarah P., Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 2mo. 3, 1874. 



Children of Isaac and (2766) Mary Elizabeth (Hunt) Pyle. 

3061. Lena Mary, (Mary Elizabeth, Phebe, Reuben, Ann, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 10, 1865; died lOmo. 24, 1869. 

3062. Florence M , born 7mo. 15, 1872. 



280 EIGHTH GENERA TIOX. 

Descendants of (II) John and Sarah [Miller) Jackson. 

Child of James and (2768) Victoria W. (Hunt) Chandler. 

3063. Ida, {Victoria W.. Phebe, Reuben, Ann, John, Isaac, An- 
thony) born "mo. 10, 18T6. 



Children of (2769) John J. and Sallie i Lewis) Hunt. 

3064. Bertha, (John J., Phebe. Reuben, Ann, John Isaac, An- 
thony). 3065. Alice. 3066. John. 3067. James. 
3068. Sallie. 3069. William. 



Children of Joseph P. and (2777) Elizabeth B. (Collins) 

Remington. 

3070. Arthur Hart, (Elizabeth B.. Anna, Joshua, Ann, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 9mo. 20, 1875. 3071. ^Joseph Percy, born 
2mo. 16, 1877. 

Child of James F. and (2778 j Mary Anna L. i Baily , Wood. 

3072. William Musgrave, (Mary Anna L., Anna, Joshua, Ann, 
John, Isaac, Anthony) born 8mo. 13, 1876. 



Children of (2783) Loyd and Elizabeth A. (Moore) Baily. 

8073. Joshua M., (Loyd, Samuel L.. Joshua, Ann, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 12mo. 15, 1872. 3074. Samuel L., born 8mo. 15, 

1874. 



NINTH GENERATION 



Children of (2814) James M. and Susan (Ewingj Hutton. 

8075. Ida, (James M.. Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 9mo. 8, 1861. 3076. Samuel J., born 5mo. 10, 
1863. 3077. Martin J., born 2mo. 12, 1864. 3078. Winslow J., 
born lOmo. 11. 1871. 



NINTH GENERATION. 281 

Descendants o/(ll) John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson. 

Child of (2815) Samuel and Annie R. (Ewing) Hutton. 

3079. John E., (Samuel, Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, Isaac, 
Anthony) born 3mo. 21, 18'72. 



Children of Edward and (2816)Mary E. (Hutton) Rumford. 

3080. Esther A., (Mary E., Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born lOmo. 30, 1861. 3081. Louisa E., born 2mo. 
15, 1864. 3082. Ada M., born 5mo. 9, 1868. 3083. Kate V., 
born 6mo. 8, 1870. 3084. Ida F., born 2mo. 26, 1872. 



Children of (2817) W^illiam and Maria (Lockard) Hutton. 

3085. Caroline S., (William, Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born Imo. 18, 1872. 3086. Fannie A., born 9mo. 
16, 1873. 3087. Mary Elizabeth, born 6mo. 25, 1877. 



Child of and (2819) Sarah C. (Hutton) 



3088. Elmore, (Sarah C, Jackson, Joel, Sarah, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony). 

Children of George B. and (2947) Sarah W. (Chandler) Lacy. 

3089. Edward C, (Sarah W., Eliza, Sarah, Mabel, Isaac, John, 
Isaac, Anthony) born 7mo. 3, 1871. 3090. Anna R., born 6nio. 6, 
1873. 3091. Frank R., born 12mo. 4, 1874. 



APPENDIX. 



Many of the Jacksons in England became identified with Friends 
at an early period, and shared largely in the sufferings to which 
that People were subjected, evidencing by their steadfastness in 
supporting their principles, that they were not only " zealous of 
good works," but in times of the bitterest persecution, manifested 
the Christian spirit of forgiveness, and " held fast to their faith 
without wavering." A recital of some of their trials, extracted 
from Besse's " Sufferings of the People called Quakers," is here 
given : 

1660. "Cumberland. Elizabeth Jackson, with several others, 
suffered imprisonment twenty-two weeks for refusing the oath of 
allegiance." 

In the same year at Durham, Yorkshire, " Thomas Jackson was 
taken from meeting and sent to prison with several others." This 
year in Wales, Thomas Jackson with two others on the 16th of 
12mo. " were taken out of their meeting by the Captain of the 
Castle, and by the Mayor committed to gaol, where they were de- 
tained fourteen weeks." 

In Yorkshire, during this year, " Henry Jackson and John 
Jackson, for refusing to swear, were committed to prison "with 
two hundred and twenty-seven others."' On the 11th of llmo., 
" Thomas Jackson, Stephen Crisp and several others, were taken 
from meeting, and for refusing to take the oath of allegiance were 
sent to prison." Christopher Halliday, James Jackson and one 
hundred and twenty-four others " were imprisoned for refusing to 
swear." The same year " John Jackson, Francis Halliday and 
forty-eight others were committed to prison." 

1661. Durham. "Thomas Jackson and several others, for ab- 
senting from National worship, were cast into a filthy prison and 
kept there one month." This year, in Warwickshire, Henry Jack- 
son, William Dewsberry and others were imprisoned. They "were 
taken from their houses and employments, and some of them from 



284 APPENDIX. 

an Inn (where they were giving tlianks before supper, which was 
called preaching at a conventicle) and committed to prison. After 
some time of confinement they were sent for to a Justice at an Inn, 
who, for their refusing to swear, sent them to prison as under a sen- 
tence of Premunire, and there they la}^ above ten years, though 
never legally tried or convicted." 

1662. Wales. On tlie 26th of 2mo., Thomas Jackson with 
others, was sent to prison for attending meeting. 

1664. Lancashire. William Jackson and four others "were 
imprisoned for their religious meetings." In London, tlie same 
year, Rachel Jackson and thirteen others were committed to 
prison — also, during this year the said Rachel Jackson, with others, 
was sent to the House of Correction for twelve months. In Lon- 
don, this year, on the 18th of Imo., twent^'^-four received the sen- 
tence of transportation. Among them was a INLvtthew Jackson. 
On the loth of 12mo., at London, the same year, .Margaret Jack- 
son with fifteen otliers received the sentence of transportation to 
Barbadoes. 

Wales. This year Thomas Jackson had goods taken from him 
for absence from the National worship. In Durham " George 
Jackson was committed to prison twenty days." This year Wil- 
liam Jackson and others were imprisoned in Warwickshire and 
most of them excommunicated. 

1670. Huntingdonshire. Simon Jackson with several others 
was fined and imprisoned for attending meeting. 

1677. Cumberland. 9mo. 30, John Jackson, of Kirklinton, 
was imprisoned on account of tythes. 

1678. Westmoreland. Peter Jackson and others "were fined 
and imprisoned for attending meeting." 

1679. Cheshire. Alice Jackson, John Jackson and twenty-one 
others " were convicted at the Quarter Sessions of one month's 
absence from the Parish church and fined £20 each." 

Cumberland. "John Jackson, Christopher Jackson with 
fourteen others were imprisoned for absence from National wor- 
ship." 

1683. Ralph Jackson and John Jackson were fined for a meet- 
ing at a private house. 

1684. London. Imo. 19, William Jackson and eighteen others 
"were imprisoned for meeting together." Westmoreland. This 
year William Jackson, of Arnside, Thomas Jackson, of Barton, 



APPENDIX. 285 

were fined for being absent from National worship. Also, during 
this year Thomas Jackson, William Jackson, James Jackson and 
Sarah Jackson, with many others " were prosecuted as popish 
recusants." 

1670. Ireland. "In Cavan County, Anthony Jackson, Richard 
Fayle and others had their corn taken under pretense of tythes. 
The said Anthony Jackson and Thomas Lunn were also committed 
to prison at the suit of Ambrose Barcroft, a priest, for tythes." 



DESCENDANTS OF 

Nicholas Jackson, of England. 



L Nicholas Jackson, of Kilbank, in Seathwaite, Lancashire,* 
England, had a son 2. Thomas, born in that place and who re- > 
moved thence to Ireland, where he mai'ried Ann Man, daughter of 
Francis and Judith, born at Mountmellick, Queen's Co. Thomas 
and Ann Jackson had eight children, six of whom were born in 
Ireland, and the names and dates of their birth recorded in the 
minutes of Mountmellick Monthly Meeting of Friends. They re- 
moved with their family to America, in 1713, sailing from Dublin 
on the 25th of the First month, and soon after their arrival settled 
within the limits of New Garden meeting.* 

Children of Thomas and Ann (Man) Jackson. 

3. John, born 9mo. 14, 1703, at Ballinolarbin, King's Co ; married 
and had three children, viz : George^ Sarah and Dinah. Dinah 
married William Reynolds, North Carolina, lOmo. 10, 1764, 

4. Judith, born 12mo. 27, 1705; married Daniel Every. No 
children. 

5. Mary, born 12mo. 8, 1708, at Timahoe, County of Kildare ; 
married Jacob Wright, of E. Marlborough, son of Jacob (deceased), 
2mo. 8, 1741, at Londongrove. Jacob died 9mo. 1, 1786. Mary 
died 2mo. 21, 1784. No children. 



♦Some of their children intermarried with descendants of Isaac and Ann Jackson, as 
foregoing records will show. 



286 APPENDIX. 

6. Thomas, born 6mo. 10, 1710, at Drechet, King's Co. ; married 
Lydia, daughter of John Smith, of Marlborough, 3mo. 17, 1738. 
They had four children; viz : Ann. Caleb, Manj ixxaX Joshua. Ann 
born 12mo. 19, 1738 ; married Mordecai Cloud, E. Marlborough, 
lOmo. 13, 1757. Caleb born 7mo. 2, 1740; married Hannah, daugh- 
ter of Joseph Bennett, Wilmington, lOmo. 3, 1765. 3Ia7'y born 
8mo. 27, 1742 ; married William Windle, son of Francis and Mary, 
of E. Marlborough, llmo. 25, 1701, at Xew Garden. They had fif- 
teen children, (See record of their family in the Windle branch). 
Johyi perhaps died young. 

7. Ann, born 7mo. 15, 1712, at Drechet; died 3mo. 11, 1713. 

8. Ann (2nd), born 7mo. 5, 1714, at New Garden ; died 7mo. 28, 
1757. 

9. Jonathan, born 12mo. lii, IT 1 7, at New Garden ; married Mary 
Hayes, lOmo. 3, 1743. Their children were, Mary, Thomas, Sarah, 
Ann, Elizabeth and Bulh. 

Mary born 7 mo. 21, 1745 ; married Elisha Sid well, of E. Notting- 
ham, son of Richard and Ann, 5mo. 11, 1791. Richard died . 

Ann died 8mo. 24. 1757. Mary died lOmo. 31, 1804. 

Thomas born 12mo. 24, 1747 ; married Sarah Taggart, of E. Marl- 
borough, daughter of Jacob and Ann, 4mo. 15, 1772, at London- 
grove. No children. Thomas married (2nd) Mary, daughter of 
Samuel Hayes. They had thirteen children, as follow: 

Obed,i born 3mo. 20, 178S; died 7mo. 30, 1868. His oldest son, 
Daniel, died 8mo. 13, 1870. Thomas- born 7mo. 29, 1789. Levi'' 
born 12mo. 3, 1790. Jonathan' born 7mo. 25. 1792 ; died 4mo 28, 
1871. Caleb' born llmo. 23, 1793. Joshua'' born llmo. 23, 1795. 
Hayes' born 7mo. 25. 1797. Dinah* born 3mo. 21, 1799. Nathan* 
born 12mo. 27, 1800. Mary^" born llmo. 23, 1802. Sarah" born 
Imo. 3, 1804. Ruth^' born 3mo. 5, 1807; died 4mo. — , 1860. 
Job H.i' born 2mo. 27, 1810; married Ann, daughter of Jesse and 
Ann (Pennington) Conard, 2mo. 15, 1843. They have one son, 
Milton, who married Carrie Swayne, daughter of Henry and Ann 
(Parry) Swayne, 9mo. 11, 1867. Their children, Edward Schuyler, 
born Imo. 31, 1869 ; Mary S. born 2mo. 18, 1873. Job H. resides 
at West Grove, Chester Co. 

Sarah born 5mo. 26, 1749; married Isaac Jackson, of New Gar- 
den, (widower) at Londongrove meeting, 2mo. 16, 1786. No issue. 

Ann born 4mo. 18, 1751; died llmo. 7, 1751. Elizabeth born 
llmo. 7, 1752; married Samson Wickersham, son of James and 



APPENDIX. 287 

Ann, of E. Marlborough, llmo. 22, 1775, at Londongrove. They 
had six children, as follow : Thomas ; Jonathan ; Levi, who mar- 
ried Bachel Woodward of E. Marlborough, daughter of Samuel 
and Sarah, lOmo. 17, 1810, at Londongrove; Joel, who married 
Lydia Pusey, of E. Marlborough, daughter of Caleb and Hannah, 
2mo, 16, 1814, at Londongrove; Job, and Ann. Elizabeth married 
(2nd) Eeuben Barney. Thej^ had two children, viz : Mabel, who 
married Benjamin Pyle ; Mary, (born 4mo. 9, 1792) who married 
Thomas Woodward, son of Samuel and Sarah, of Londongrove, 
12mo. 14, 1809, at Hockessin.* Thomas Woodward born 2mo. 15, 
1784; died 7mo. 15, 1859. They had five children, as follow: 
Eliza born 9mo. 15, 1810; married Gibbons Kendall 3mo. 11, 1830, 
at Kennett Square ; Phebe Ann born 3mo. 6, 1812 ; Jackson born 
12mo. 27, 1814; married Sibilla P. Entriken 3mo. 8, 1838, at Bir- 
mingham ; Mabel born 3mo. 31, 1820, married Emmor S. Entriken,* 
of West Chester; Lewis B. born 5mo. 10, 1827, married Elizabeth 
S. Witsel, 4mo. 26,1849. Ruth born 8mo. 12, 1755 ; married Joshua 
Cloud, son of William and Mary, E. Marlborough, 4mo. 20, 1774, at 
Londongrove. They had five children, viz: William; Joshua; 
Mary, who married George Seeds ; Ann, married Emmor Seeds ; 
and Sarah, who married Jesse Webb. 

10. Elizabeth, born lOmo. 28, 1720 ; married Henry Chalfant, 
son of John, of W. Marlborough, 8mo. 15, 1740, at Londongrove. 
They had nine children, viz : 

Jonathan born 4mo. 8, 1743; married Ann Barnard, 12mo. 24, 
1777. Thomas born llmo. 20, 1745-6; married Phebe Hayes, 
daughter of David and Ann, 4mo. 5, 1775, at Londongrove. Henry 
born 5mo. 1, 1748 ; married Susanna Swayne (widow) 5mo. 17, 
1775, at Londongrove. Ann born 12mo. 12, 1750-1. Elizabeth 
born 2mo. 2, 1754 ; married Joseph Dickenson, of Sadsbury, 4mo, 
16, lt77. Jacob born Imo. 11, 1758. Mary born 8mo. 8, 1760. 
Abner born llmo. 16, 1762. Caleb born 2mo. 7, 1766. 



*See descendants of .John and Sarah (MiUer) Jackson. 



288 APPENDIX. 



DESCENDANTS OF 



(i) Ephraim and Rachel (Newlin) Jackson. 



(See page 117.) 



SECOND GENERATION. 



Children of (1) Ephraim and Rachel (Newlin) Jackson. 

2. John, born lino. 26, 161)7. 3. Joseph, bom 6mo. 19, 1698; 
died 9mo. 6, 1698. 4. Joseph, born 7mo. 13, 1699; married Han- 
nah Pennell, 8mo. 18, 1722. She died 6ino. 21, 1728, leaving four 
children. He married (2nd) Susanna Miller, 2mo. 18, 1734. They 
had nine cliildren. 

5. Nathaniel, born 6mo. 17, 1701. 6. Josiah, born llmo. 20, 
1702; died Imo. 1, 1714-15. 

7. Samuel, born 12mo. 13, 1804 ; married Ann, daughter of 
Robert and Margaret Johnson, of New Garden, at that meeting, 
3mo. 15, 1728. Robert and Margaret came from Ireland and be- 
came members of Nottingham Meeting, but afterwards went to 
New Garden, as appears by the certificate of removal granted for 
them llmo. 17, 1735. Samuel and Ann removed to Leacock town- 
ship, Lancaster County, and belonged to Leacock Meeting. The 
records of the Orphans' Court in Lancaster, show that Samuel died 
intestate in 1748, leaving six children, viz.; Caleb, Josiah, Samuel. 
Margaret, Isaac and Joseph — the last four being minors and having 
for guardian Robert Johnson. His widow, Ann, married (2nd) to 
John Scarlet. On the minutes of Exeter Monthly Meeting, the 
names of three children are recorded, viz. : Caleb, Josiah and 
Joseph ; and that Ann (the widow) married John Scarlet (the 
younger) 4mo. 2, 1752. 

8. Ephraim, born llmo. 17, 1706 ; married Mary Register 9mo. 
21, 1733. Had four children. 

9. Mary, born 4mo. 3, 1708; married Benjamin Johnson 9mo. 5, 
1729. 

10. Rachel, born 5mo. 10, 1710; married Nathan Yarnall 8mo. 
18, 1731. 



APPENDIX. 280 

THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of (4) Joseph and Hannah (Pennell) Jackson. 

11. Ephraim, {Joseph., Ephraim) born 6mo. 19, 1123 ; died 12mo. 
16, 1733. 12. Rachel, born lOmo. 11, 1T26 ; married 4mo. 18, 
1747, to John Jordan, son of John, of Berks Co. 13. Alice, born 
8mo. 26, 1728 ; died lOmo. 21, 1740. 14. Joseph. 



Children of (4) Joseph and Susanna (Miller) Jackson. 

15. Ephraim, {Joseph., Ephraim) born 3mo. 27, 1735; married 
Tacy Thompson, daughter of Jane, of Londonderry, at London- 
grove Meeting, llmo. 26,' 1760. 16. John, born 7mo. 11,1736..- 

17. Mary, born 3mo. 27, 1738 ; married James, son of William 
and Katharine Jackson. 18. Josiah, born llmo. 8, 1739. 

19. Hannah, born 7mo. 27, 1741 ; married Isaac, son of William 
and Katharine Jackson. 20. Susanna, born 7mo. 7, 1743 ; married 
John Jackson, son of John, deceased, of E. Marlboro', r2mo. 22, 
1768, at New Garden. 21. Alice, born 12mo. 1, 1745. 22. Sarah, 
born 2mo. 6, 1748; married Josiah Lamborn, son of Robert and 
Sarah, of Londongrove, 12mo. 18, 1766, at New Garden. 

23. Samuel, born Imo. 15, 1749-50; married Rebecca, daughter 
of John and Rebecca Dixon, of New Garden, llmo. 21, 1771, and 
afterwards removed to Redstone, Fayette Co., Pa. 



Children of (7) Samuel and Ann (Johnson) Jackson. 

24. Caleb, {Samuel., Ephraim). 25. Josiah, born 3mo. 5, 1732. 

26. Rachel, born 12mo. 3, 1734. 27. Samuel, born — ; mar- 
ried Mary, daughter of John Scarlett, of Robeson, at Robeson 
Meeting, 12mo. 23, 1761. Mary died lOmo. 9, 1823. Samuel was 
called " Hatter of Reading." They had eight children. 

Benjamin, a brother to Mary Scarlett, married Rebecca Newlin 5mo. 31, 
1770. They had eight children, as follow : WilUam N. married Ann Lee. 
He lived at Marshalton, Chester Co.; died llmo. 8, 1827. No issue. She 
died 12mo. 12, 1877, in Birmingham, at the residence of the late Jacob Parker. 
Nathaniel married Catharine, daughter of Richard Jacobs. Benjamin de- 
ceased. E'siAer married Allen Mason, i/ar^ married ; no issue. Ann 

born 12mo. 23, 1779 ; unmarried. She is the only surviving member of the 
family, and resides in West Chester, Pa. Her native place was Robeson, 
Berks Co. She has stiU a lively memory of bygone events, her eyesight 
remarkably good, so that she can read with but little inconvenience ; and 
although a cripple for many years, yet her hands are still usefully employed 

19 



390 APPENDIX. 

and from the good condition of her health it is reasonably inferred she may 
even pass her centennial anniversary. Elizabeth died unmarried. Rebecca 
married Joseph, son of John and Elinor Pennock. Joseph born Imo. 10, 
1779 ; resided in Birmingham. 

28. Margaret. 29, Isaac. 30. Joseph ; removed to Caenarvon 
township, Berks Co., where he continued to reside. He married 
Mary, daughter of Edward and Hannah Bonsall,* of the same 
township, 4mo. 28, 171)1, at Robeson Meeting of Friends. Mary 
born llmo. 12, 1777 ; died about 1850, in Canada. They had ten 
children. Ann Scarlett states that she knew Joseph Jackson well ; 
that he was a mason by trade and liuilt their house in Robeson. f 

Children of (8) Ephraim and Mary (Register) Jackson. 

31. David, {Ephraim^ Ephraim) born 3mo. 21, 1738; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of David and Jane Morris (deceased 3mo. 23, 
1790). Elizabeth born 4mo. 1, 1745; died 3mo. 20, 1824. David 
died Imo. 18, 1813. They iiad seven children. 

32. Ann, born ; died 8mo. 21, 1827. 33. Thomas, born 

; married Margaret . She died llmo. 12, 1833; he 

died 12mo. 29, 1834. 34. Mary, born ; married William 

Cooper, She died 12mo. 17, 1834, leaving one child. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

Children of (27) Samuel and Mary (Scarlett) Jackson. 

35. Elizabeth, (Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born llmo. 13, 1762 ; 
died 8mo. 12, 1764. 3G. Samuel, born Imo. 21, 1765; married 

*Spencer Bonsall, of the Historical Society. Philadelphia, is working out the record of 
this branch. 

fThe fullowing Bill is a true copy of the original, (now in the possession of J. J. Parker, 
of West Chestar) and is given as, in part, confirniatory of Ann Scarlett's statement : 

August, 1787. Samuel Jackson, Jan., Dr. 

To building 159i^ pearch of Wall, @ 22d. per pearch. £U 12s 6d. 

To cash lent, 5 Dolls. - . i ijg nd. 

£16 98 Ud. 
November 4th, per Contra., Cr. 

178&— By two fine Hats, 15 Dolls., X5 12s 6d. 

August, 1787— By Washing for Jesse and Myself, 7s 6d. 

May, 1789— By Cash ( ) Michael Thornton, .--.-. 2 4s lid. 

£8 48lldT 

April 15th, 1791, jes 5s Od. 

JOSEPH JACKSON. 



APPENDIX. 291 

Hannah Davis. They removed to Toronto, Canada. He died 6mo. 
12, 1824. She died Imo. 4, 1829. They had eleven children. 

37. John, born in Reading, Pa., 12mo. 22, 1166 ; married Mary, 
(horn 12mo. 5, 1776) daughter of Thomas and Abigail Speakman, 
of Birmingham, Delaware Co., Pa., 5mo. 15, 1799, at Concord Meet- 
ing. John died 5mo. 10, 1851, at the residence of Joseph Lawrie 
(son-in-law) Sadsbury township, and was interred in Friends' bury- 
ing ground at Parkersville, Pennsbury township. He resided in 
Reading. As a tribute to his worth, one who had long been 
intimately acquainted with him, offered this brief memorial : 

" By the inhabitants of that place he was looked up to for counsel 
and advice 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 failed to find in him a friend, nor 
the afflicted the hand stretched fortli for their relief. His house 
was open to all classes, and all received a welcome to his table. He 
was afiable and engaging in conversation, and the greatest stranger 
was soon made acquainted, and esteemed by him. He is now called 
from works to a happy reward in a good old age." 

Mary died 4mo. 2, 1863. It is said she •' was an exemplary mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends, and an estimable woman in all the 
domestic relations, as many of the older residents of Reading, who 
enjoyed her friendship, well remember." They had three children. 

38. Ann, born 6mo. 21, 1769; died 3mo. 31, 1771. 39. Mary, 
born 9mo. 26, 1771 ; married Isaac Taylor, of Charlestown, Chester 
Co., 5mo. 31, 1791. In 1793 they were residents of Philadelphia, 
and during the prevalence of the yellow fever at that time they were 
desirous to settle their affairs and return to Reading, but the day 
previous to their intended departure they contracted the disease 
and in a few days died, both expiring at the same time. 

40. Margaret, born 5mo. 22, 1774 ; died lOmo. 10, 1774. 

41. JosiAH, born 9mo. 20, 1775 ; married Mary Jane, daughter of 
Evan Owen, of Berwick. They had three children. 

42. Joseph, born 7mo. 18, 1778 ; died 6mo. 8, 1779. 

43. William, born 5mo. 30, 1780 ; married Rachel Tomlinson, 
12mo. 15, 1808. Rachel born 7mo. 15, 1791; died 4mo. 20, 1866. 
William died 2mo. 26, 1874. They had nine children. 

44. Isaac, born 12mo. 2, 1783 ; married Elizabeth Feger. They 
had children. 

45. Joseph, born 5mo. 5, 1786 ; married Rebecca, daughter of 



292 APPENDIX. 

Emmor Jefferis, E. Bradford, 4mo. 12, 1810, at Friends' Meeting, 
Birmingham. On the 5th of 6mo., 1817, (the year Birmingham 
Montlily Meeting was established), tiiey obtained a certificate of re- 
moval to P'rankford Monthly Meeting. Rebecca died in 1837. No 
issue. Joseph married (2nd) 4mo. 21, 1842, Eliza Kling, of Harris- 
burg. He died lOrao. 18, 1858, and was interred at Birmingham. 
Eliza lives in Harrisburg. 



Children of (30) Joseph and Mary (Bonsall) Jackson. 

46. Ajiti, {Joseph, Samuel, Ephraim) born 11 mo. 7, 1792; died 
4mo. 6, 1796. 47. Edward B., born 12mo. 8, 1793; died 4mo. 6, 
1796. 48. Samuel T., born lOmo. 22, 1795; left home at the age 
of twenty-one and not heard from afterwards. 49. Bonsall, born 
Imo. 7, 1798; died Imo. 10, 1800. 

50. Hannah, born 10m.o. 17, 1799 ; married David Piatt. They 
lived in Laporte, Ind.. and had several children. Hannah married 
(2nd) Darling. 

51. Joseph, born 2mo. 11, 1802 ; married and had four children; 
died 7mo., 1864. His widow (formerly of Chester Co.) resides with 
her son James and daughter Sarah (now a widow, Mrs. Cavan) in 
Philadelphia. Another daughter, Caroline, married William Atkin- 
son, and resides at Erie, Pa. 

52. Sarah Evans, born 5mo. 16, 1804 ; married Jesse Cleaver. 
They have children. Kesidence, Marshall, Iowa. 

53. Benjamin Sharpless, born lOmo. 3, 1806 ; married Salome 
Metz, in 1831. They had four children. 

54. JosiAH, born llmo. 11, 1809 ; married and has a large family. 
Resides in Wilmington Co., Canada. 55. Edward, born 3mo. 20, 
1813. He was a soldier of the " Lone Star " 1845 to 1848 ; died at 
Grand Cane, Texas, 1864-5. 



Children of (31) David and Elizabeth (Morris) Jackson. 

56. Jane, (David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born 6mo. 13, 1770; 
married Daniel Williams. She died Imo. 9, 1813. They had six 
children. 57. Mary, born 5mo. 29, 1772, unmarried. 

58. David, born 3mo. 8, 1775; married Ann Evans. He died 
3mo. 1, 1844, leaving one child. 59. Ephraim, born 9mo. 29, 1778 ; 
died (unmarried) 2mo. 8, 1818. 60. Isaac, born 6mo. 29, 1781, un- 



APPENDIX. 293 

married, 61. William, born 12mo. l(j,1783; married Rachel Bar- 
clay. They had four children. He died 8mo. 16, 1841. 

62. Eleanor, born 8mo. 3, 1786 ; married William Hughes. They 
had six children. 

Child of William and (34) Mary (Jackson) Cooper. 

63. Hannah (3fary, Ephraim^ Ephraim). 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



Children of (36) Samuel and Hannah (Davis) Jackson. 

64. John, {Samuel^ David, Samuel, Eph^-aim) born 5mo. 15, 
1785; died5mo. 6, 1812. 65. William D., born 12mo. 12,1786; died 
at the Galena Mines, Mississippi. 66. Samuel, born 4mo. 4, 1789 ; 
died Imo. 25, 1840. Married and had seven children. Lived in 
Toronto, Canada. 

67. JosiAH, born 5mo. 8, 1791; married Fanny Stevenson, 
Dutchess Co., N. Y., 2mo. 19, 1818. She died 3mo. 25, 1821, leav- 
ing one child, Frances Ann. Josiah married (2nd) Mar}'^ Webb 
Abbott, 2mo. 26, 1822. She died 6mo. 23, 1851. They had eight 
children. Residence, Berwick, Pa. 

68. Mary, born 12mo. 20, 1793 ; married Col. George Duggan, 
of Toronto, Canada. Mary died lOmo. 23, 1853. George deceased. 
They had three children. 

69. Elizabeth, born 5mo. 23, 1796; married Samuel Jackson 
Chapman, of New York. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, in 
the Second Regiment of New York Yolunteers, under Gen. Win- 
field Scott, then Colonel of the Regiment. He was wounded five 
times, and was a pensioner 41 j^ears. In 1816-17 he engaged in 
mercantile business in Buffalo, but in 1818 removed to Illinois where 
he continued as a merchant for 30 years. He died 4mo. 16, 1863. 
Elizabeth died 12mo. 30, 1859. They had eight children. 

70. Isaac, born 8mo. 2, 1798 ; died in Texas. 71. Joseph, born 
12mo. 21, 1800 ; died in Illinois. 72. Charles Benjamin, born 
2mo. 23, 1803. Resides in Illinois. 73. Elisha Davis, born 9mo. 
10, 1806. Resides in Washington Co., Texas. 74. Hugh Scarlett, 
born 2mo. 28, 1809; died 9rao. 24, 1834. Married; his widow still 
living. 



294 APPENDIX. 

Children of (37) John and Mary (Speakman) Jackson. 

15. Samuel S., (John, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born 3mo. 17, 
1800 ; married Rachel Ann, daughter of John Way, of Avondale, 
Pa., 4mo., 1831, at New Garden; died 2mo. 3, 1848, of paralysis. 
He was a prominent citizen in Reading, filled many posts of honor 
and trust, and in the various social relations of life he sustained a 
reputation free from reproach. The Reading Journal contained 
this testimonial concerning him : "Of a moral character remarka- 
ble for purity, honest and honorable in business transactions, of a 
social and cheeerful disposition, a faitiiful and kind neighbor, a 
dutiful son and affectionate husband ; — we recognize in his character 
those traits which we so rarely see united and which are so worthy 
of imitation. To no one have more private and public trusts been 
confided, and no one passed through life more free from censure. 
On such a life rests the blessing of heaven, and the end of that man 
is peace." His widow afterwards married John Harlan, of Lancas- 
ter Co. She married (3rd) William Preston, 3mo. 16, 187G, by 
Friends' ceremony, at the residence of Joseph Preston, Lancaster 
City. 

76. Abigail N., born 9mo. 13, 1801 ; married Wistar, son of 
John and Hannah Parker, llmo. 25, 1830, at Exeter Meeting. Joha 
and Hannah Milhouse Parker had thirteen cliildren, of whom Wis- 
tar was the eleventh, born 7mo. 28, 1792; died 6mo. 18, 1847. 
Abigail N. died at the residence of her son-in-law, Dallas Reeve, 
near Churchville, Harford Co., Md., 3mo. 3, 1874. They had eiglit 
children. 

John Parker was born in 1748. His father was Abraham Parker, who 
married Elinor Richardson, sister of Elizabeth Chads, of Chadsford. John 
married Hannah, dau<,Miter of Thomas and Ehzabeth (Paschal) Milhouse. He 
was a minister in the Society of Friends for nearlj' fifty-two years, and died 
7mo. 12, 1829. A memorial concerning him, issued by the Monthly Meeting, 
bore this testimony: "Having labored earnestly for the promotion of the 
blessed cause of truth and righteousness in the earth, the remembrance of his 
faithful labors is precious to many minds." 

77. Mary S., born llmo. 2, 1805; married Joseph Lawrie, of 
Maiden Creek, Gmo. 11, 1828. He died 8mo. 30, 1858. Mary S., 
died 3mo. 22, 1865. They had two children. 



Children of (41) Josiah and Mary Jane (Owen) Jackson. 
78. Evan Owen, (Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born in 
Berwick, Pa., 7mo. 19, 1801 ; married Elizabeth Campbell, of Mil- 



APPENDIX. 295 

ton, Pa., about 1824. He died in Philadelphia, Imo. 24, 1869. They 
had ten children. 19. Elisha B., born 12mo. 15, 1803. He was 
Senior Editor of " Bucks County Intelligencer ;" died at Doyles- 
town in 1827, of pulmonary consumption — a man highly esteemed 
for his many virtues. The •' Bucks County and Schuylkill Journal " 
testifies to his worth, thus : " He was honest, industrious, intelli- 
gent, affectionate. Possessed of a mind susceptible of the highest 
cultivation, he was rapidly travelling the high road to honor and 
distinction." 

80. Samuel, born 2mo. 16, 1806. Drowned. 81. Mary Jane, 
born 12mo. 5, 1808 ; married Joseph B. Darlington, Pocopson, 
Chester Co., 12mo. 31, 1829. They had four children. Residence, 
Pocopson township. 

Children of (43) William and Rachel (Tomlinson) Jackson. 

82. Mary, (William., Samuel., Samuel., Ephraim) born 2mo. 10, 
1810 ; married William Font, 2mo. 16, 1832. Mary died Imo. 26, 
1837. 83. Joseph, born llmo. 21, 1811 ; married Elizabeth Font, 
3mo. 28, 1833. Elizabeth born 3mo. 18, 1813. They had nine chil- 
dren. 84. Sarah Ann, born 8mo. 29, 1813 ; died 9mo. 30, 1828. 

85. Isaac, born 3mo. 21, 1816 ; died 7mo. 21, 1841. 

86. William, born 12mo. 21, 1818 ; married Melissa J. Smith, 
2mo. 27, 1853. Melissa J. born llmo. 5, 1832 ; died lOmo. 23, 1855. 
They had three children. William married (2nd) Elizabeth J. 
Bennette, 6mo. 13, 1856. They had twelve children. 

87. Rachel, born 6mo. 2, 1821 ; married Sebastian Eifort, in 
Bloom township, Scioto Co., Ohio, 3mo. 17, 1842. Sebastian born 
in Germany, Imo. 12, 1817. They had four children. Rachel 
resides at Greenup, Kentucky. 

88. Samuel, born 8mo. 26, 1823; married Afflah Allen, 3mo. 10, 
1845. Affiah born 5mo. 12, 1825 ; died 9mo. 13, 1866. They had 
eleven children. Samuel married (2nd) Eliza Hassburger, lOmo. 4, 
1867. They had three children. 89. James T., born 9mo. 4, 1826 ; 
died 3mo. 17, 1827. 90. John T., born 3mo. 5, 1828; married 
Eliza A. Faulkner, llmo. 1, 1855, at Delaware, Ohio. They had 
eight children. 91. Hannah, born 2mo. 15, 1833 ; died 3mo. 1, 1838. 



Children of (44j Isaac and Elizabeth (Feger) Jackson. 
92. Conrad Feger, (Isaac, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born 



He was promoted to the rank of General, and lost his life in the 



296 APPENDIX. 

battle of Fredericksburg, Ya. (Other children, but names net ob- 
tained). 

Children of (53; Benjamin S. and Salome (Metz) Jackson. 

93. Eliza, (Benjamin S., Joseph, Samuel, Ephraim) born Gmo., 
1832 ; married James S. Brown, in 1849. They had nine children. 

94. Joseph Edward, born llmo. 30, 1833; married Isabella A. 
Steele, Tmo. 8, 1863. They have three children. Residence, Dun- 
cannon, Pa. 

95. Henry C, born 12mo. 10, 1836 ; unmarried. He was killed 
at Spottsylvania, C. H., 5mo. 12, 1864. 96. Mary, born about 
1840 ; married Benjamin Harris. They had one child. 



Children of Daniel and (56) Jane (Jackson) Williams. 

9t. Elizabeth, (Jane, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born 9mo. 8, 
1802; married Robert H.Smith, 12mo. 4, 1822. They have ten 
children. 98. David, born 5mo. 1, 1804 ; married . 

99. Ann, born 8mo. 1, 1805 ; married Samuel, son of Abiah and 
Jane (Morris) Cope, 3mo. 12, 1835. They had six children. 

100. Catharine, born 3mo. 13, 1807; married William Darling- 
ton. No children. 101. Sarah, born 12nio. 11, 1808; married 
Nathan Hall, 6mo. 8, 1836. She died 7mo. 21, 1844, leaving one 
child. 102. Ephraim, born lOmo. 15, 1810; married Ann Sharp. 
They have one child. 

Child of (58) David and Ann (Evans) Jackson. 

103. John E., (David, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) married Maria 
Milnes. They have five children. 



Children of (61) "William and Rachel (Barclay) Jackson. 

104. Barclay, ( William, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born 3mo. 
31, 1809. 105. David, born 4mo. 30, 1811 ; died unmarried. 

106. JosiAH, born 12mo. 27, 1812; married Lydia Ann Hoopes. 
They had two children. 107. Mary Ann, born 4mo. 22, 1814; 
died young. 



APPENDIX. 297 

Children of William and (62) Eleanor (Jackson) Hughes. 

108. Jackson, {Eleanor. David., Ephraim, Ephraim) born Omo. 
t, 1822 ; married Lydia Ann, daughter of John and Amy Battin, 
3rao. 23, 1848. Thej^ had three children. Residence, West Chester, 
Pa. 109. Elizabeth, born 5mo, 8, 1824. 

110. Ellis, born 12aio. 13, 1825 ; married Ruth, daughter of 
Thomas and Esther Doan, 4mo. 25, 1850. They have five children. 

111. David, born 4mo. 21, 1827 ; married Mary M. Johnson. No 
children. 112. William, born lOmo. 16, 1828 ; died 9mo. 23, 1831. 

113. Sarah, born 8mo. 14, 1832. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

Child of (67) Josiah and Fanny (Stevenson) Jackson. 

114. Frances Ann, (Jo.sia/i, Samuel., Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 11 mo. 18, 1820 ; married and now living. 



Children of (67) Josiah and Mary Webb (Abbott; Jackson. 

115. George Duggan, {Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 4mo. 15, 1823 ; died 4mo. 9, 1825. 116. Elizabeth Chapman, 
born 12mo. 19, 1824, at Berwick, Pa ; married James Thompson, of 
Nanticoke, Pa., 12mo. 23, 184T. They have two children. Resi- 
dence, Dushore, Sullivan Co., Pa. 117. George Duggan, born 
4mo. 16, 1827 ; married Bernice Woodruff, at Moreton, Pa., 5mo. 15, 
1851. Bernice born 3mo. 29, 1832. They have five children. 
George D. was a staunch Unionist and represented the 24th Dis- 
trict in the Senate at Harrisburg, during the war of the rebellion. 
It comprised Sullivan, Lycoming, Montour and Columbia Counties. 

118. RoxANNA C, born lOmo. 26, 1828; died 3mo. 25, 1829. 
119. Mary Webb, born Imo. 8, 1830 ; married Augustus Lippin- 
cott, 12mo. 14, 1854. Augustus born lOmo. 21, 1824. They had 
eight children. 120. Benjamin Rush, born 6mo. 18, 1832; married. 
His wife died, leaving two children ; no further record obtained. 

121. DoRMAN Abbott, born 3mo. 7, 1835 ; died 9mo. 11, 1835. 

122. Emil\ Lillian, born 5mo. 10, 1837 ; married twice. 



298 APPENDIX. 

Children of George and (68) Mary (Jackson) Duggan. 

123. Thomas Duggan, M. D., {Mary., Samuel^ Samuel., Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 9mo. 24, 1812; married and bad two children. He 
died 3mo. 4, 1874. At the age of seventeen he entered upon the 
study of medicine, which he pursued with that success which in after 
years won for him, as an efficient practitioner, a position of eminence 
in his profession. The " Hamilton, (Can.) Evening Times " of March 
6th, 1874, notices his valuable services in the following words : " On 
the breaking out of the Rebellion in 1837, Dr. Duggan was appointed 
surgeon to the troops, and during tlie whole of that troubled period 
he served with great acceptance on the St. Clair frontier. He then 
resumed his practice in Toronto. * * t- jje, however, chose 
Hamilton as the scene of his future labors, and settled here in 1840, 
where his straightforward manner and integrity of purpose, com- 
bined with great attention to those who came under his professional 
care, soon won for him a large circle of patients and friends. For 
over thirty years Dr. Duggan pursued his arduous avocation in this 
city ; and, that his exertions were appreciated, was well illustrated 
by the increasing esteem of all with whom his professional or other 
business brought him in contact." 

124. Robert O., died in Hamilton. He was a barrister of that 
city. 125. Elizabeth, married .John McKay, a Scotchman, in 
Toronto. 

Children of Samuel J. and (69) Elizabeth (Jackson) Chapman. 

First two children died in infancy, (not named). 

126. Maria Louisa, {Elizabeth, Samuel, Samuel, Samuel, Eph- 
raim) born 1820 ; married Hiram Boreau. He is deceased. They 
had twelve children (the record of whom is incomplete). She re- 
sides in Caledonia, 111. 

127. Mary, died young. 128. Lucretja A., born 1825; married 
Col. David J. Bridges. He died 1856, They had several children. 
She married (2nd) Rev. Ragain, had three children ; record in- 
complete. 129. Augusta Ursula, born Imo. 17, 1828 ; married Col. 
Samuel Hess, 9mo. 12, 1847. Samuel born 12mo. 23, 1824. They 
had eleven children. Residence, Vienna, 111. 

130. Frank .Iackson, born 8mo. 22, 1830 ; married E. Ann Price, 
born 8mo. 19, 1833 ; she died 7mo. 28, 1852, from sun-stroke. One 
child. He married (2nd) Mary C. Stewart, llmo. 10, 1853. They 
had eight children. Residence, Carbondale, 111. 



APPENDIX. 399 

Children of Wistar and (76) Abigail N. (Jackson) Parker. 

131. John Jackson, {Abigail N., John^ Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim} 
born 8mo. 25, 1831 ; married Hannah Speakman Remington, (born 
lOmo. 22, 1828) daughter of Isaac and Lydia Hart Remington, at 
Friends' Meeting, Sixth and Noble sts., Philadelphia. They have 
four children. John J. was a currier by trade, afterwards twenty 
years in the coal business in West Chester, Pa. 

132. Samuel Jackson, born Imo. 8, 1833 ; married Mary, daugh- 
ter of James and Esther W. Baily, of Birmingham, Chester Co., Pa.^ 
12mo. 4, 1862, by Friends' Ceremony at the house of Samuel P. 
Baily, Birmingham. They have two children. Samuel is a mer- 
chant in West Chester, Pa. 

133. Henry, born 2mo. 12, 1834 ; died 2mo. 4, 1835. 

134. Elizabeth, born 3mo. 18, 1835 ; died 9mo. 22, 1835. 

135. Mary S., born 6mo. 21, 1836; married Samuel Townsend 
Brown, son of William H. and Lydia Townsend Brown, 6mo. 14, 
1855, at West Chester Meeting. They have two children. Reside 
at Frankfort in Germany. 136. Henry Morris, born 2mo. 11, 
1838 ; died llmo. 1, 1850. 

137. Dillwyn, born 3mo, 15, 1840 ; married Carrie Lowrey, daugh- 
ter of Henry T. and Mary F. (Moore) McClellan, of Blair Co., Pa., 
at Altoona, 9mo. 14, 1869. Carrie L. born llmo. 1, 1844. They 
have one child. Dillwyn entered the army in 1861 as private in 
Brand3^wine Guards, Penna. Reserves ; serv^ed three years. During 
part of the time he was detailed to Gen. Re3molds, 5th Corps Head- 
quarters as Clerk — was in the battles of Fredericksburg, Gettys- 
burg and others. At the close of his term of enlistment in 1864, 
upon the recommendation of Gen. George G. Meade, was appointed 
by Secretary of War, Stanton, to a clerkship in the War Depart- 
ment, and Vv^as assigned to Provost Marshal lory's oflSce, during 
which time he (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 re- 
turn 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, and are 
preserved on file in the Department of State, Washington, D. C. In 
1865 he was elected Recorder of Deeds of Chester Co., a position 
he still occupies. 



300 APPENDIX. 

138. Ellen Baily, born llrao 22, 1841 ; married Dallas Reeve, 
son of Josiah and Mar}^ Dallas Reeve, of Allowaystown, N. J., at 
Friends' Meeting, West Chester, 5rao. 10, 1865. 



Child of Joseph and (T7) Mary S. (Jackson) Lawrie. 

139. William M., {Mary S., John, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
married Maggie J., daughter of Samuel F. Walker, near Oxford. 
They had six children. 

Children of (T8) Evan Owen and Elizabeth (Campbell) Jackson. 

140. Mary Elizabeth, {Evan Owen, Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born Imo. It, 1825; died 2mo. 12, 1826. 

141. Elisha, born 12mo. 18, 1826. 142. Josiah Charles, born 
12mo. 13, 1828. 143. Rebecca Jane, born 7mo. 29, 1832 ; died 
9mo. 3, 1832. 144. Evan Owen, born 3mo. 3, 1836 : died 8mo. 4, 
1863. 145. Joseph, born Imo. 11, 1839; died 5mo. 13, 1856. 

146. Edwin F., born 2rao. 13, 1842. 147. Clara Priscilla, 
born Imo. 30. 1844; died Imo. 14,1848. 148. John C, born 7mo. 
30,1844; died 7mo. 31, 1844. 149. William C, born 2mo. 21, 
1847; died Imo. 25, 1848. 

Children of Joseph B. and (81) Mary Jane (Jackson) 

Darlington. 

150. Elisha, {Mary Jane, Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 5mo. 25, 1832 ; married Sidney P. Stem. They had eleven 
children. 

151. George, born 9mo. 15, 1835; married Emma S. Downing. 
They had five children. Residence, Pocopson, Cliester Co. 

152. Joseph J., born "mo. 25, 1837 ; died llmo. 28, 1841. 

153. Joseph, (2nd) born 12mo. 7, 1846 ; married Sidney S. McCoy, 
12mo. 2, 1875, in Pocopson township, by Friends' ceremony. They 
have one child. 

Children of (83) Joseph and Elizabeth (Fout) Jackson. 

154. William H., {Joseph, William, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 4mo. 22, 1834; died 8mo. 14, 1857. 155. George W., born 
5mo. 20, 1836 ; married Flora A. Holmes, 4mo. 4, 1858. They 
have eight children. Residence, Monroe Fee, Jackson Co., Ohio. 



APPENDIX. 301 

156. James Henry, born 5mo. 2, 1838 ; married Mary F. Thomas, 
12mo. 31, 1863. They have three children. Residence, Monroe 
Fee, Jackson Co., Ohio. 15 T. Isaac, born Tmo. 29, 1840 ; died 4mo. 
6, 1862. He belonged to Co. B., 13th Mo. Vol., at Pittsburg Landing. 

158. Samuel M., born 2rao. 28, 1843 ; married Xaomi M. Curry, 
2mo. 5, 1873. They have two children. 159. Josiah, born 4mo. 
24,1845; died 7 mo.- 16, 1870. 160. Sarah Ann, born 6mo. 17, 
1847 ; married Caroline A. Hennemau, 2mo. 16, 1871. They have 
two children. 161. Caroline P».., born 3mo. 11, 1850; married 
David Krouk, lOmo. 8, 1869. One child. 162. Joseph A., born 
2mo. 25, 1856 ; married Sarah Walker, lOmo. 10, 1875. One child. 



Children of (86) William and Melissa J. (Smith) Jackson. 

163. Sebastian, ( William., William., Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 2mo. 10, 1846. 164. Alfred L., born 4mo. 13, 1854. 
165. Oscar F., born lOmo. 13, 1855. 



Children of (86) William and Elizabeth J. (Bennette) Jackson. 

166. William J., {Willia^n, William, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 6mo. 17, 1857. 167. Mary J., born llmo. 25, 1858. 

168. Rachel, born 9mo. 5, 1860. 169. Josiah B., born lOmo. 6, 
1861. 170. John Sherman, born 12mo. 3, 1862. 171. Sarah E., 
born 3mo. 10, 1864. 172. Newton, born 4mo. 27, 1866. 

173. Ella, born 3mo. 17, 1868. 174. Harriet, born Imo. 27, 
-1871. 175. Alice, born 3mo. 3, 1873. 176. C. fl. Jackson, born 
3mo. 23, 1875. 

Children of Sebastian and (87) Rachel (Jackson) Eifort. 

177. William Henry, {Rachel, William, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 12mo. 26, 1842. He enlisted as 1st Lieutenant in 
2nd Kentucky Cavalry, U. S., July 19, 1861, and participated in 
battles of Stone River, Chickamauga, and was killed near Murfrees- 
boro', Tennessee, 9mo. 5, 1864. 

178. James M., born 12mo. 6, 1844; died 4mo. 11, 1873, at 
Greenup, Kentucky. 

179. Kate, born llmo. 14, 1846; married John W., son of 
Matthew Warnock, of Greenup, Ky., 9mo. 29, 1864. John W. 

born 4mo. 20, 1840 ; died . They had four children. John W. 

had filled various important positions, being at one time Agent for 



30a APPENDfX. 

the Boone Furnace Company, Ky., but afterwards U. S. Mail Agent 
on the Eastern Kentucky railway. In allusion to bis estimable 
qualities, a contemporary has given this brief tribute. " His 
memory will be cherished faithfully' by all his friends, who, in his 
decease, mourn the loss of a true, honest, faithful, kind hearted 
man." 

180. Mary Jane, born Imo. 13, 1849; married Charles L. Hertel, 
of Greenup, Ky., 1869. They have three children. 

Children of (88) Samuel and Affiah (Allen) Jackson. 

181. Joseph, (Samuel, William, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born 
5mo. 17, 1846; died 9mo. 13, 1848. 182. John H., born 3mo. 29, 
1848; married Margaret Reed 8mo. 29, 1867. 183. Mary Ann, 
born lOmo. 24, 1850; married Francis M. Jacobs, Imo. 1, 1874. 

184. Annis, born 8mo. 12, 1852; married Harry Pieper, Imo. 1, 
1874. 185. Samuel, born 6mo. 17, 1854; died 12mo. 6. 1873. 

186. James Warren, born 7rao. 1, 1856. 187. Rachel A., born 
3mo. 23, 1858; died 7mo. 11, 1859. 

188. Charles L., born 4mo. 28, 1860. 189. Thomas C, born 
8mo. 9, 1862. 190. Ellsworth C, born 12mo. 18, 1864. 

191. Alfred L., born 7mo. 8, 1868. 



Children of (88) Samuel and Eliza (Hassburger) Jackson. 

192. Minnie May, (Samuel, William, Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) 
born 7mo. 20, 1870; died 7mo. 4, 1871. 193. Ida Florence, born 
7mo. 27, 1873; died 3mo. 29, 1874. 194. Cora Belle, born 3mo. 

7, 1875. 

Children of (90) John T. and Eliza A. (Faulkner) Jackson. 

195, Henry Faulkner, (John T., William, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 9mo. 19, 1856; died 3mo. 20, 1858, in Des Moines, 
Iowa. 196. Oscar W., born 9mo. 15, 1858, in Adel, Iowa. 

197. John T., born 9mo. 10, 1860, in Scioto Co., Ohio; died 
lOmo. 20, 1861. 198. Frank M., born 3mo. 17, 1863. 

199. Mary E., born 2mo. 17, 1866, in Jackson Co., Ohio ; died 
Imo. 13, 1867. 200. William H., born 3mo. 17, 1863, in Delaware, 
Ohio. 201. Hattie J., born 2mo. 17, 1871, Dallas Co., Iowa; died 
6mo. 1, 1873. 202. Clark, born 9mo. 11, 1875, in Dallas Co., 
Iowa; died 2mo. 2, 1876. 



APPENDIX. 303 

Children of James S. and (93) Eliza (Jackson) Brown. 

203. Edwin A., (Eliza, Benjamin S., Joseph, Samuel, Ephraim). 

204. Clara. 205. Sally A. 206. Anna P. 207. Benjamin, 
deceased. 208. Joseph. 209. Mary. 210. Elizabeth. 

211. Edith. 

Children of (94) Joseph Edward and Isabella A. (Steele) 

Jackson. 

212. Annie Isabel, {Joseph Edward, Benjamin S., Joseph, 
Samuel, Ephraim) born lOmo. 17, 1864. 213. Harry B., born 
lOmo. 5, 1868. 214. William S., born 3mo. 11, 1871. 



Child of Benjamin and (96) Mary (Jackson) Harris. 
21.5. Gertrude, {Mary, Benjamin S., Joseph, Samuel, Ephraim) 



born 1864. 



Children of Robert and (97) Elizabeth (Williams) Smith. 

216. Daniel, {Elizabeth, James, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born 
9mo. 1, 1823; died 7mo. 21, 1824. 

217. John W., born Imo. 1, 1825; married Maria, daughter of 
Nathan Hall, 4mo. 27, 1848. Maria died Imo. 9, 1867, leaving 
three children. John W. married (2nd) Edith Hall 4mo. 1, 1869. 
Residence, Harrisville, Ohio. 

218. Rebecca, born 12mo. 16, 1826; married Joseph Cowgill, 
Imo. 1867. No children. Residence, St. Clairsville, Belmont Co., 
Ohio. 

219. Barclay, born Imo. 25, 1829 ; married Hannah, daughter 
of Benjamin and Mary Hoyle, lOmo. 29, 1856. They have four 
children. Residence, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. 

220. Sinclair, born 5mo. 19, 1831; married Tacy, daughter of 
Robert and Martha Hall, 5mo. 10, 1860. They have three children. 
Residence, Barnesville, Ohio. 

221. Ephraim, born 9mo. 28, 1833; married Sarah, daughter of 
Joseph and Mary Elkinton, of Philadelphia, 9mo. 4, 1867. No 
children. Residence, Philadelphia. 

222. Joel J., born 4mo. 11, 1836; married Deborah Ann, 
daughter of Ross and Mary Stratton, llmo. 7, 1860. They have 
four children. Residence, near Barnesville, Ohio. 



304 APPENDIX. 

223. Robert, born Smo. 11, 1838; married Rebecca S., daughter 
of Edmund and Sarah Stanton, 9mo. 26, 1860. They have three 
children. Residence, Harrisville, Ohio. 

224. Jane, born 3mo. 18, 1840 ; died 3mo. 3, 1841. 

225. William D., born 4mo. 5, 1842; married Hannah, daughter 
of Samuel and Sarah Street, 5mo. 25, 1865. No children. Resi- 
dence, Salem, Columbiana Co , Oliio. 



Children of Samuel and (99) Ann (Williams) Cope. 

226. Daniel, {Ann^ Jane, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born Smo. 
9, 183t ; died lOmo. 7, 1856. 227. Mary Ann, born 5mo. 25, 1839. 

228. Abiah, born 4mo. 24, 1842. 229. Morris, born 5mo. 20, 
1845. 230. David J., born 6mo. 20, 1848 ; died 8mo. 5, 1849. 

231. Samuel M., born 6mo. 20, 1848; died 8mo. 1, 1849. 



Child of Nathan and (101) Sarah (Williams) Hall. 
232. JosiAH, {Sarah, Jane, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) born 



married Deborah, daughter of Joseph and Eliza Wilson, 2mo. 26, 
1865. They have four children. Residence, near Harrisville, Har- 
rison Co., Ohio. 

Child of (102) Ephraim and Ann (Sharp) Williams. 

233. Sarah, {Ephraim, Jane, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) 
born . 

Children of (103) John E. and Maria (Milnes) Jackson. 

234. Elizabeth Ann, {John E., David, David, Ephraim, 
Ephraim). 235. Joseph. 236. David. 237. Dyson. 

238. Hannah Margaret. 



Children of (106) Josiah and Lydia Ann (Hoopes) Jackson. 

239. Benjamin, {Josiah, William, David, Ephraim, Ephraim). 

240. Samuel. 



APPENDIX. ' 305 

Children of (108) Jackson and Lydia Ann (Battin) Hughes. 

241. Edwin C, {Jackson., Eleanor., David., Ephraim., Ephraim) 
born 2mo. 23, 1849; died 9mo. 13, 1850. 242. William H., bom 
12mo. 11, 1851 ; married Sarah J., daughter of Benjamin and 
Rachel B. Davis, 3mo. 11, 1875. 243. Mary E., born 9mo. 11, 1856. 



Children of (109) Ellis and Ruth (Doan) Hughes. 

244. Louisa Ellen, (Ellis, Eleanor, David, Ephraim, Ephraim) 
born 3mo. 16, 1851. 245. Morris, born 5mo. 13, 1853. 

246. Susan Emma, born 6mo. 11, 1858. 241. Joseph Jackson, 
born lOmo. 3, 1867. 248. Esther, born llmo. 20, 1869. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Children of James and (116) Elizabeth Chapman (Jackson) 

Thompson. 
249. Rush Jackson, (Elizabeth, Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 3mo. 18, 1849; married Fannie I., daughter of Rev. 
R. Yideau, at Forkesville, Sullivan Co., Pa., 3mo. 9, 1875. He is 
Attorney-at-Law and District Attorney of Sullivan Co. Residence, 
Dushore, Pa. 250. Mary Bernice, born 12mo. 5, 1858. 



Children of (117) George D. and Bernice (Woodruff) Jackson. 

251. Mary Bernice, (George D., Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born 3mo. 30, 1852; married Jeremiah W. Young, 
3mo. 10, 1874. Residence, Dushore, Pa. 252. George Corydon, 
born 3mo. 3, 1854. 253. Alice Elizabeth, born 5mo. 9, 1855; 
married Thomas Irwin, llmo. 16, 1875. Residence, Dushore, Pa. 

254. Willie Woodruff, born 6mo. 6, 1860. 

255. Blanche Winifred, born 9mo. 7, 1«68. 



Children of Augustus and (119) Mary Webb (Jackson) 

Lippincott. 

256. Theodore J., (3Iary Webb, Josiah, Samuel, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born 2mo. 11, 1856. 257. Mary J., born Imo. 1, 

20 



806 APPENDIX. 

J858; died Sino. "I, 1858. 258. George A., born 4mo. 20, 1859. 

259. Lillian, bora 8mo. T, 1861 ; died 9nio. 27, 1861. 

260. Aubrey, born 8mo. 7, 1861 ; died lOmo. 4, 1861. 

261. Helen, born 5mo. 16, 1864; died 8mo. IS, 1864. 

262. Stella E., born 3mo. 19, 1865 ; died 4mo. 13, 1866. 

263. Anna Y., born Imo. 3, 1867 ; died 2mo. 19, 1867. 



Children of Hiram and (12(;) Maria Louisa (Chapman) 

Boreau. 

264. G. Frank, {Maria Louisa, Elizabeth, Samuel, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born ; married and had three children. Resi- 
dence, Caledonia, 111. 265. Maria Elnora, born in Pulaski Co., 
111., 12mo. 6, 1848 ; married Henry C. Mertz, 8mo. 18, 1868. Henry 
C, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, 7mo. 1, 1843. They had three chil- 
dren. 266. Hiram L. 

267. Samuel J. Chapman. 268. U. S. Grant. (The other chil- 
dren died young, names wanting). 



Children of David J. and (128) Lucretia A. (Chapman) 

Bridges. 

269. Elizabeth J., {Lucretia A., Elizabeth, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 1841 ; married Dr. George Bratton. They 
had seven children, (four deceased not named). 270. John S., born 
1843; married Maiy Brush. The}' had five children, (two deceased 
not named). Residence, Carbondale, 111. 271. James M., born 
1844. He was a soldier in the late war. 272. Ursula, born 1846 
married L. A. Miller. Thej'^ have six children. Residence, De Soto 
111. 273. A. Frank, born 1849 ; married Julia, daughter of Col 
D. H. Brush. Two children, names not obtained. Residence, Cal 
edonia. 111. 274. Jerome C, born 1856. Residence, Carbondale, 111 



Children of Samuel and (129) Augusta Ursula (Chapman) 

Hess. 

275. Jerome Bonaparte, {Augusta Ursula, Elizabeth, Samuel, 
Samuel, Samuel, Ephraim) born 7mo. 28, 1848 ; married Josephine 
Gillespie, lOmo. 5, 1873. She died lOmo., 1875, leaving one child. 
He married (2nd) Louisa Jane Shearer, 5mo., 1877. They have one 
child. 276. William Henry, born 12mo. 9, 1851. 



APPENDIX. 307 

2t7. Samuel Jackson Chapman, born 3mo. 10, 1854. 

278. Augusta Alberta, born 3mo. 18, 1856. 

279. Franklin Jackson, born lOmo. 13, 1857. 

280. Alexander Lyman, born 8mo. 6, 1860. 

281. George Duggan, born 2mo. 27, 1864. 282. Herbert Rose, 
born Imo. 4, 1866. 283. U. S. Grant, born 12mo. 21, 1867. 

284. Adolphus, born 4mo. 9, 1870 ; died 6mo. 23, 1871. 

285. Amalphus, born 4mo. 9, 1870; died 3mo. 12, 1872. 



Child of (130) Frank J. and E. Ann (Price) Chapman. 

286. Florence A., {Frank J.^ Elizabeth, Samuel, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born 9mo. 25, 1851 ; married B. B. Brownley, ol 
Grand Tower, Illinois. Tliey have one child. 



Children of (130) Frank J. and Mary C. (Stewart) Chapman. 

287. Louisa B., {Frank J., Elizabeth, Samuel, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) boi-n 8mo. 27, 1854; married W. H. Ashley, Agent, 111. 
C. E. R. Company. The}^ had three children. 

288. Mary Elizabeth, born llmo. 11, 1856. 

289. Samuel Jackson, born 12mo. 21, 1858. 290. Frank J., 
born 2mo. 18, 1861. 291. U. S. Grant, born 5mo. 1, 1863. 

292. Edgar, born 8mo. 1, 1866 ; killed by the explosion of keg 
powder at Carbondale, 3mo. 14, 1871. 293. Mary Clinton, born 
7mo. 30, 1889. 294. A bo}^, born 8mo. 3, 1871. 



Children of (131) John J. and Hannah Speakman (Remington) 

Parker. 

295. Joseph Warner, {John J., Abigail N., John, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born 2mo. 17, 1859. 296. Lydia H. Remington, 
born lOmo. 19, 1860. 297. Abbie Wistar, born 9mo. 5, 1866. 

298. Caroline Remington, born 6mo. 14, 1868. 



Children of (133) Samuel J. and Mary (Baily) Parker. 

299. Edgar James, {Samuel, Abigail N., John, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 8mo. 29, 1864. 300. Elizabeth Baily, born 3rao. 
•7, 1868. 



308 APPENDIX. 

Children of Samuel T. and ,135) Mary S. (Parker) Brown. 

301. WisTAR Parker, (Jlary S., Abigail N.. John^ Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born 2rao. 17, 185t. 302. Laura Harvey, born 
9mo. 7, 1860. 

Children of (137) Dillwyn and Carrie L. (McClellan) Parker. 

303. Henry Wistar, {Dillwyn, Abigail N., John, Samuel, Sam- 
uel, Ephraim) born Imo. 25, l>i71. 304. Sylvester Clemson, born 
llmo. 17, 1877. 

Children of (139) William M. and Maggie J. (Walker) Lawrie. 

305. Annabella Wistar, (William 31., Mary S., John, Samuel, 
Samuel, Ephraim). 306. Joseph, died in his twenty-first year. 
307. Samuel Walker. 3U8. Margaretta. 
309. Clayton Newbold. 310. Mary. 



Children of (150) Elisha and Sidney P. (Stem) Darlington. 

311. Evan J., (Elisha, Mary Jane, Jo.^^iah, Samuel, Samuel, 
Ephraim) born 8mo. 31, 1856. 312. William S., born 6mo. 5, 
1858. 313. Frank, born 6mo. 17, 1860; died 8rao. 2, 1860. 

314. Charlie, born 6mo. 17, 1860 ; died 8mo. 5, 1860. 

315. Henry, born 5mo. 4, 1862. 316. Laura, born 8mo. 18, 
1863. 317. Josephine, born Imo. 2, 1866. 318. -Anna Mary, born 
2mo. 9, 1868. 319. Ella, born Imo. 9, 1871 ; died 7mo. 12, 1871. 

320. Lena, born 9mo. 12, 1873. 321. Ella, born 7mo. 7, 1875; 
died 8mo. 11, 1875. 

Children of (151) George and Emma S. (Downing) Darlington. 

322. Joseph, born 12mo. 19, 1867 ; died 7mo. 26, 1868. 

323. Mary A., born 3mo. 21, 1869. 324. Bessie R., born 9mo. 
13, 1871 ; died llmo. 18, 1871. 325. Sally, born 2mo. 7, 1873. 

326. William H., born llmo. 18, 1874; died 7mo. 27, ls75. 



Child of (153) Joseph and Sidney S. (McCoy) Darlington. 

327. Minnie, born 8mo. 22, 1876. 



APPENDIX. 309 

Children of (155) George W. and Flora A. (Holmes) Jackson. 

328. LuciEN N., born llmo. 19, 1859. 329. Calli B., born 8mo. 
23, 1861. 330. Eliza A., born 4mo. 25, 1863. 331. George W., 
born 2mo. 28, 1865. 332. F. Alice, born 4mo. 16, 1867. 

333. Dora May, born 5mo. 6, 1869. 334. Josephine, born 5mo. 
29, 1871. 335. John M., born 4mo. 2, 1876. 



Children of (156) James Henry and Mary F. (Thomas) 

Jackson. 

336. Mary L., born lOmo. 2, 1864. 337. Louella F., born 9mo. 
9, 1866. 338. Naomi, born lOmo. 2, 1876. 



Children of (158) Samuel M. and Naomi M. (Curry) Jackson. 

339. Lewis Spalding, born Imo. 28, 1875. 340. Mary E., born 
9mo. 22, 1876. 

Children of Charles A. and (160) Sarah Ann (Jackson) 

Henneman. 

341. Elizabeth, born 12mo. 20, 1871. 342. Anna A., born 
llmo. 4, 1875. 



Child of David and (161) Caroline R. (Jackson) Krouk. 
343. Clarence, born 7mo. 3, 1869. 



Child of (162) Joseph A. and Sarah (Walker) Jackson. 
344. Ellis, born 9mo. 3, 1876. 



Children of John W. and (179) Kate (Eifort) Warnock. 

345. Myra, born 8mo. 19, 1865. 346. Anna, born 2mo. 27, 
1866. 347. Henry E.,born 7nio. 4, 18 57. 348. Ray M., born 7mo. 
31, 1874. . 

Children of Charles L. and (180) Mary Jane (Eifort) Hertel. 

349. Laura T., born llmo. 11, 1870. 350. William E., born 
2mo. 1, 1873. 351. Nora, born lOmo. 7, 1874. 



310 APPENDIX. 

Children of (217) John W. and Maria (Hall) Smith. 

352. Eliza, born 8rao. 2fi, 1850; died 12mo. 2, 1871. 

353. Walter, born 6mo. 17, 1855 ; died 2mo. 29, 1872. 

354. Nathan R., born 4mo. 6, 1858. 



Children of (219) Barclay and Hannah (Hoyle) Smith. 

355. Arthur H., born 8mo. 25, 1857. 356. Benjamin, born 
lOmo. 25, 1859. 357. Anna Mary, born 12mo. 16, 1864. 
358. Elizabeth B., born llmo. 11, 1869. 



Children of (220) Sinclair and Tacy (Hall) Smith. 

359. Robert H., born 2mo. 16, 1861. 360. Samuel C, born 
Brno. 1, 1863. 361. Mary M., born 8mo. 15, 1867. 



Children of (222) Joel J. and Deborah Ann (Stratton) Smith. 

362. Mary Ellen, boin Imo. 19, 1862. 363. Emma J., born 
12mo. 8, 1864. 364. William C, born 5mo. 7, 1867. 
365. Dillwyn, born 6mo. 30, 1870. 



Children of (223) Robert and Rebecca S. (Stanton) Smith. 

366. Edmund S., born 9mo. 18, 1861. 367. Elizabeth W., born 
Imo. 7, 1863. 368. Maria II., born Imo. 9, 1868. 



Children of (232) Josiah and Deborah (Wilson) Hall. 

369. Abbie S., born 5mo. 4, 1866. 370. Elma E., born 8mo. 11, 
1868. 371. Alice M., born 4mo. 4, 1871. 372. Walter N., born 
9mo. 6, 1876. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



Children of Henry C. and (265) Maria Elnora (Boreau) Mertz. 

373. Frank Chapman, born at Mound City, 111., 5mo. 25, 1870; 
died at Carbondale, 111., 12mo. 16, 1874. 374. Dora Louise, born 
6mo. 7, 1872. 375. George West, born 9mo. 18, 1875. 



APPENDIX. 311 

Children of George and ("269) Elizabeth J. (Bridges) Bratton. 
376. Charles. 377. Ursula. 378. Harvey. 



Children of (270) John S. and Mary (Brush) Bridges. 
879. Mary. 380. Lenna. 381. Charles. 



Child of (275) Jerome Bonaparte and Josephine (Gillespie) 

Hess. 
382. Maud Alberta, born 7mo. 12, 1874. 



Child of (275) Jerome Bonaparte and Louisa Jane (Shearer) 

Hess. 
383. JoNA Agnus, born 12mo. 23, 1876. 



Child of B. B. and (286) Florence A. (Chapman) Brownley. 
384. Katie, born 7mo. 29, 1875. 



HILLES FAMILY.* 

(See page 285.) 



David Hilles married Dinah Milhous, 4mo. 12, 1780. David died 
4mo. 1, 1820. Dinah died 3mo. 1. 1825. Their children as follows : 

1. Ann, born 7mo. 9, 1781 ; married Enos Lee. No issue. Both 
deceased. 2. Robert, born 12mo. 23, 1782 ; married Jane, daughter 
of Isaac and Mary Lee, at Exeter, Berks Co., Pa., 3mo. 14, 1805. 
Jane died 6mo. 28, 1865. Robert died 8mo. 2, 1867. They had 
seven children. 3. Phebe, born 9mo. 26, 1784 ; married William 
Kinsey. They had five children (no record). 

*The items for this branch were supplied by Phebe HiUes, of Kennett Square, Chester 
County. 



312 APPENDIX. 

4. William, born llmo. 20, 1786; married Elizabeth Harper, 
5mo. 4, 1814. Both deceased. They had five children. 

5. Rachel, born Imo. 18, 1*789; married Tlioraas Hicks lOmo., 
1824. They had one child, fi. Hannah, born llmo. 1, 1790; 
married Issachar Mann, 5mo. 10, 1822. She died 8mo. 22, 1858, 
leaving one child. 

7. Jesse, l)orn 12rao. 2G, 1792 ; married Lydia Wilson, 5mo. 10, 
1821. Issue, four cliildrcn (see page 141). 8. David, born 12mo. 
16, 1794 ; died 9mo. 16, 1823. 9. Jonathan, born 12mo. 16, 1794 ; 
died 7mo., 1795. 10. Lydia, born 4mo. 6, 1790; married Aaron 
Speakman. Lydia decased. No children. 

11. Nathan, born 8rao. 29, 1799 ; married Sarah S. Coalc, lOmo. 
19, 1825. Nathan died 8mo. 10, 1873. They had eight children. 
Residence, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of (2) Robert and Jane (Lee) Hilles. 

12. Isaac, born 2mo. 16, 1806 ; married Elizabeth S. Davis, 4mo. 
1, 1834. She died 3rao. 23, 1847, leaving four children. Isaac 
married (2nd) 3mo. 27, 1859, to Deborah W. Baily. They have 
two children. 13. Mary, born 5mo. 1, 1810; married Charles 
Brosius, 5mo. 25, 1833. He died 6mo. 23, 1876. They had seven 
children. 14. David, born 5mo. 11, 1812; married Sarah Light- 
foot, 3mo. 3, 1841. Sarah died 2mo. 29, 1856, leaving five children 
David married (2nd) 8mo. 22, 1872, to Lydia W. Stephens. 

15. Enos, born 12mo. 12, 1816; married Mary Ann Harris, at 
Salem, Ohio, llmo. 6, 1839. They had five children. 16. William, 
born 8mo. 16, 1819 ; married Rachel Barnaby, 5mo. 20, 1848. She 
died 4mo. 4, 1849, leaving one child. William married (2nd) Imo. 
1, 1852, to Anna Wright. They had four children. 17. Ann, born 
lOmo. 29, 1821; married Silas Harris, 3mo. 30, 1842. He died 
lOmo. 15, 1853, leaving three children. Ann married (2nd) Imo. 
18, 1862 to Job Lamborn. 18. Phebe, born at Exeter, Berks Co., 
3mo. 26, 1808 ; married James Starr, in 1828. She died 8mo., 1850. 
They had eleven children. 



APPENDIX. 313 

Children of (4) William and Elizabeth (Harper) Hilles. 

19. Mary, horn 2rao. 26, 1815; died 3ino. 2, 1815. 20. Nathan, 
born 2mo. 1, 1816; married Sarah Ha3^es.^ 21. Samuel, horn 7mo. 
6, 1817 ; married Mar}^ A. Hilles, (first cousin) (record on page 142). 

22. Sarah, born 6mo. 2, 1819; died 8mo. 6, 1820. 

23. Dinah, born 9mo. 19, 1820; married Thomas Lippincott. 



Child of Thomas and (5) Rachel (Hilles) Hicks. 

24. Amy, born 3mo. 13, 1828 ; married David Fell 5mo. 28, 1857. 
They had five children. 

Child of Issachar and (6) Hannah (Hilles) Mann. 

25. Dinah H., born ; married Pennock Palmer, llmo. 10, 

1853. They had three children. 



Children of (11) Nathan and Sarah S. (Coale) Hilles. 

26. Skipwith C, born 9mo. 9, 1826 ; married Agnes N. Morton 
Smo. 2, 1849. She died 5mo. 5. 1852, leaving two children. He 
married (2nd) llmo. 23, 1858, Mary A. Hodge. They had six 
children. 27. William, born 6mo. 15, 1831; married Mary E. 
Davis, 5mo. 8, 1856. Nine children. 

28. Robert, born 12mo. 18, 1833 ; wounded in the battle of the 
Wilderness, Virginia, 6nio. 6, 1864, and died on Uth of same 
month. 29. Samuel, born 6mo. 10, 1836 ; married Lizzie N. Lee, 
9mo. 20, 1864. Four children. 30. Rachel Ann, born 3mo. 9, 
1839 ; married Walter Darrah, 12mo. 25, 1860. 

31. John P., born Imo. 30, 1842; died 12mo. 28, 1860. 

32. George Elgar, born llmo. 14, 1845; married Ella Fred 
2mo. 11, 1875. 33. David E., born 4mo. 3, 1849; died 9mo. 19, 
1850. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

Children of (12) Isaac and Elizabeth S. (Davis) Hilles. 

34. Jacob Davis, born Imo. 9, 1835; married Lois M. Carver, 
5mo. 29, 1856. She died lOmo. 8, 1870. They had three children. 
Jacob D. married (2nd) 4mo. 25, 1872, to Lucy A. Travis. 



314 APPENDIX. 

35. Jeremiah, born llmo. 28, 1835 ; married Mary Harper, 1 lino. 
5,1868. Three children. 36. Ruth L., born 6mo. 2, 1839; mar- 
ried George Glover, lOmo. 29, 1857. He died 6mo. 5, 1802, leaving 
one child. Rnth L. married (2nd) lOmo. 21, 1869, to Jesse Fast. 

31. James S., born 9mo. 5, 1842 ; died 6mo. 28, 1860. 

Children of (12) Isaac and Deborah W. (Bailey) Hilles. 

38. Annie Elizabeth, born 'Jmo. 20. 180O, 39. George W., 
born 2mo. 10, 1803. 

Children of Charles and (13) Mary (Hilles) Brosius. 

40. Robert, born 4mo. 11, 1834 ; married Clara M. Saffell, 3mo. 4, 
185t. She died 8mo. 28, 1857. Robert married (2nd) 8mo. 23, 
1869, to Lizzie Collins. He died 3mo. 9, 1873. 

41. David L., born Omo. 28, 1836; married Estella Lee, 12mo. 
15, 1862. He died 8mo. 8, 1863. 42. William Henry, born Imo. 
21, 1839; married Barbara A. Glass, 12mo. 24, 1867. They had 
four children. 43. Amos Preston, born 9mo. 8, 1842; married 
Maggie Ward, 12mo. 31, 1863. 44. Dalton Arvine, born 12mo. 
27, 1844; married Jennie King 6mo. 8, 1870. They have two 
children. 

45. Laura Jane, born 4mo. 5, 1847 ; married Pleasant Thomas 
Oyster, 3mo. 3, 1864. He died 4mo. 8, 1868, leaving two children. 
Laura Jane married (2nd) Imo. 2, 1870, to Joseph Edwards Jen- 
kins. The}- have three children. 46. Phebe Ann, born 3mo. 4, 
1849 ; died 8mo. 8, 1850. 

Children of (14) David and Sarah (Lightfoot) Hilles. 

47. Rachel, born Imo. 16, 1842; died 3mo. 14, 1843. 

48. Benjamin L., born 12mo. 8, 1813; married Elizabeth V. 
Moore, 2mo. 23, 1869. They have one child. 49. William, born 
9mo. 14, 1847 ; mai-ried Margaret G. Rich, 3mo. 10, 1875. 

50. Susan J., born Omo. 15, 1849. 51. Phebe A., born 8mo. 7, 
1852 ; married Albert Atkinson, 12mo. 28, 1870. They have two 
children. 

Children of (15) Enos and Mary Ann (Harris) Hilles. 

52. Arthur T., born Imo. 12, 1842 ; married Phebe Lillj^, of 
Washington Co., Pa. They had three children. 



APPENDIX. 



315 



53. Jane Mary, born Imo. 21, 1844 ; married S. Johnson Grant, 
Stark Co., Ohio. One child. 54. Howard, born lOmo. 15, 1845; 
married Harriet Hughes, Sharon, Mahaska Co., Iowa. 

55. Charles H., born 8mo. 3, 1848 ; married Martha J. Phillips, 
of Fayette Co., Pa. One child. 56. Ella, born 9mo. 25, 1851; 
married Byron Doudes, Canton, Stark Co., Ohio. One child. 



Child of (16) William and Rachel (Barnaby) Hilles. 
57. Rachel A., born 3mo. 12, 1849. 



Children of (16) William and Anna (Wright) Hilles. 

58. Louisa Jane, born lOmo. 21, 1853 ; died 4mo. 5, 1858. 

59. Mary Ann, born llmo. 11, 1854. 60. J. Wright, born 2mo. 
11, 1859. 61. Julia Annetta, born 9mo. 6, 1861. 



Children of Silas and (17) Ann (Hilles) Harris. 

62. Phebe Jane, born 6mo. 15, 1844; married Addison M. Carr, 
9mo. 2, 1868. Two children. 63. Mary Ellen, born 2mo. 29, 
1848 ; died 8mo. 8, 1850. 60. Parker P., born 6rao. 23, 1853 ; died 
3mo. 19, 1858. 

Children of James and (18) Phebe (Hilles) Starr. 

65. Charles W., born 8mo. 14, 1829; died 1831. 

66. Eleanor D., born 12mo. 30, 1830 ; married William Rich. 
They had several children, all of whom deceased, excepting one, 
Delia, aged 16, who lives in Columbia Co., Pa. Eleanor died 1863. 

6t. Jane H., born 5mo. 11, 1833 ; married Henry Brosius. Three 
children. 68. Mary L., born llmo. 19, 1835 ; married S. K. Bover. 
Three children. 69. Nehemiah D., born Imo. 13, 1838; married 
Henrietta Hadley, Four children, name of fourth wanting. 

70. Robert H., born 4mo, 16, 1840 ; married Mary Catharine 
Smith. Five children. 71. Sarah P., born 3rao. 15, 1842 ; died in 
infancy. 72. William H., born 8mo. 18, 1843; died 1863. 

73. Elizabeth, born 3mo. 13, 1846 ; married George W. Lewis. 
Three children. 74. Edwin Albert, born 4mo 17, 1848 ; unmarried. 

75. Susan D., born 8mo. 26, 1850; died in infancy. 



316 APPENDIX. 

Children of David and (24) Amy (Hicks) Fell. 

7G. Hannah Mary, born 12mo. G, 1858. 77. Rachel S., born 
5mo. 1, 1862. 78. Annie S., born Imo. 8, 1864. 

79. Thomas Hicks, born 2mo. 10, 1867. 80. Herbert D., born 
llmo. 18, 1872. 

Children of Pennock and (25) Dinah H. (Mann) Palmer. 

81. Caroline W., born lOmo. 22, 1854. 82. Albert H., born 
8mo. 27, 1858. 83. Lydia Ann, born 9mo. 1, 1862. 



Children of (26) Skipwith C. and Agnes N. (Morton) Hilles. 

84. John M., born 8mo. 4, 1850; died 8mo. 18, 1862. 

85. Mary Aones. born Imo. 18, 1852. 



Children of (26) Skipwith C. and Mary A. (Hoge) Hilles. 

86. Sarah Emma, born lOmo. 1, 1859. 87. Clara L., born 
llmo. 8, 1861. 88. Annie Coale, born 12nio. 30, 1863. 

89, Walter Hoge, born 4mo. 11, 1868. 90. George Wilber, 
born 2mo. 21, 1871. 91. Charles S., born Imo. 11, 1874. 



Children of (27) William and Mary E. (Davis) Hilles. 

92. Edward E., born lOmo. 25, 1856. 93. Sarah Anna, born 
9mo. 1, 1858; died 12mo. 23, 1863. 

94. Margaret W., born 2mo. 15, 1860. 95. Nora Belle, boru 
12mo. 30, 1861. 

96. Robert G., born 12mo. 30, 1863. 97. Albert N., born llmo. 
28, 1865. 98. Rachel E., born 3mo. 23, 1869. 99. Ida May, born 
8mo. 25, 1871. 100. Norman William, born 7mo. 7, 1874. 



Children of (29) Samuel and Lizzie N. (Lee) Hilles. 

101. Maria Lee, born 12mo. 23, 1865. 102. Charles Chauncey 
Dewey, born 6mo. 23, 1867. 103. William N., born 6mo. 16, 1871. 
104. Anna F., born 8mo. 6, 1874. 



APPENDIX. 31T 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

Children of (34j Jacob D and Lois M. (Carver) Hilles. 

105. LoDENis D., bora 2mo. 17, 1857. 106. Flora Eva, born 
lOmo. 19, 1858. 107. Clara Alice, born lOmo. 19, 1858; died 
3mo. 5, 1862. 108. Lille A., born 7mo. 12, 1866. 



Children of (35) Jeremiah and Mary (Harper) Hilles. 

109. Anna E., born 8mo. 17, 1869; died lOmo. 27, 1869. 

110. William Francis, born 9mo. 17, 1871 ; died lOmo. 15, 1871. 

111. Isaac Walter, born 6mo. 24, 1874. 



Child of George and (36) Ruth L. (Hilles) Glover. 
112. Cedora, born Umo. 29, 1858. 



Children of (42) William Henry and Barbara A. (Glass) 

^ Brosius. 

113. Charles, born llmo. 29, 1868. 114. Harvey D., born 
llmo. 28, 1870; died 7mo 7, 1871. 115. Selva, born 5mo. 2, 1872. 
116. Grace, born 7mo. 5, 1875. 



Children of (44) Dalton A. and Jennie (King) Brosius. 
117. Ora, born 4mo. 27, 1871. 118. Effie May, born 9mo. 5, 



1873. 



Children of Pleasant T. and (45) Laura Jane (Hilles) Oyster. 
119. Clara M., born Imo. 10, 1865. 120. Flora, born Imo. 22, 
1867 ; died 8mo. 1, 1868. 

Children of Joseph Edward and (45) Laura J. (Hilles-Oyster) 

Jenkins. 

121. Albert, born Imo. 30, 1871. 122. Allise, born 8mo. 3, 
1872. 123. Oliver M., born 8mo. 23, 1874. 



yi8 APPENDIX. 

Child of (48) Benjamin L. and Elizabeth F. (Moore) Hilles. 

124. Joseph M., born 6mo. 13, 1870. 

Children of Albert and (51) Phebe A. (Hilles) Atkinson. 

125. Elizabeth, born 3iuo. 17, l^'rl. 1-20. Mary, born Omo. 7, 

1874. 

Children of (52) Arthur T. and Phebe (Lilly) Hilles. 

127. Frank E., born ()mo. 13, 1868. 128. Lillte M., born 12mo. 
9, 1870. 129. Lizzie, born 12mo. 31, 1873. 

Child of S. Johnson and (53) Jane Mary (Hilles) Grant. 

130. Willis H., born 3mo. 2, 1871. 

Child of (55) Charles H. and Martha J. ( Phillips ' Hilles. 

131. Jennie, born Imo. 4, 1874. 

Child of Byron J. and (56) Ella (Hilles) Doudes. 

132. Wilbur, born 3mo. 31, 1871. 



Children of Addison M. and (62) Phebe Jane (Harris) Carr. 

133. Charles S., born 6mo. 12, 1869. 134. Lizzie M., born 
6mo. 13, 1870. 

Children of Henry and (67) Jane H. (Starr) Brosius. 
135. Ella. 136. William. 137. Charles. 



Children of S. K. and (58) Mary L. (Starr)) Bover. 
138. Emma. 139. Luella. 140. Annie. 



Children of (69) Nehemiah D. and Henrietta (Hadley) Starr. 
141. Hattie. 142. Minnie. 143. James. 



APPENDIX. 319 

Children of (TO) Robert H. and Mary Catharine (Smith) Starr. 

U4. Phebe, 145. JuLiETT. 146. James. 147. Nettie. 
148. Ida L. 



Children of George W. and (73) Elizabeth (Starr) Lewis. 
149. Lawrence. 150. Harry. 151. Albert Jacob. 



MOORE FAMILY. 

(See page 77.) 



Andrew Moore, (the 1st) had children by his first wife, Margaret 

Miller, as follow: Mary married Carson, 1737. James, born 

3mo. 6, 1716; married Anne Starr, (see record in Starr family). 

Margaret married Love. William married (1st) Rachel Marsh, 

1759 ; married (2nd) Lydia Minshall. 

Andrew Moore, married (2nd) Rachel Halliday. Their children 
as follow : 

Andrew^ married Rebecca Starr, (daughter of Jeremiah and Re- 
becca) 9mo. 26, 1754. See record of that branch. 

Joseph^ married Jane Marsh, 1756 ; he died 7mo. 13, 1805. 

i?o6eW, born lOmo. 22, 1739 ; died 2mo. 19, 1826. He married 
Mary Brinton, 1768. 

John^ married (1st) Sarah Downing, 1765 ; (2nd) Mary Mercer. 

David., married lOrao. 2, 1745 ; died Imo. 16, 1829. He married 
Martha Williams, 1768. 

Rachel, born 3mo. 12, 1742 ; died 7mo. 1, 1828 ; married John 
Truman. Their children: Anna, James, Sarah, Susanna, John and 
Rebecca. 

Sarah, married William Truman, 1769. They had a daughter 

Sarah. 

Children of Andrew and Rebecca (Starr) Moore. 

35. Jeremiah, born 8mo. 22, 1755; married Phebe Jones, in 
1800. They had six children. He died 4mo. 19, 1834. 

3092. Rachel, born llmo. 6, 1757; married James Cooper, of 
Sadsbury; removed to Virginia. She died 12mo. 15, 1799. 



320 APPEND rX. 

3093. James, born Imo. 8, 1700; married Lydia Sharpless, of 
Chester Co. He died 9iiio. 17, 1834. 3094. Andrew, born 4mo. 
10, 1702; died (unmarried) in Middletown, Del., lOmo. 7, 1786. 

3095. Isaac, born 5mo. 8, 1704 ; married Lydia Wilson, of Hock- 
cssin, Del. He died 9mo. 27, 1844. 3096. Thomas, born 5mo. 9, 
1706; married Dinah, sister of Lydia Wilson. He died 12mo. 28, 
1851. 3097. Rebecca, born llmo. 0, 1708; married Benjamin 
Finton, of Centre Co., Pa. She died 3mo. 23, 1816. They had 
children but names not obtained. 

3098. Samuel, born 4mo. 6, 1771 ; died (unmarried) in Columbia, 
Lancaster Co., 2mo. 10, 1794. 3099. Elisha, born 3mo. 18, 1773 ; 
married Ellen Barber. She died 9mo. 20. 1841. 

3100. Elijah, born 8mo. 9, 1775 ; married Sarah Allen, of Cen- 
tre Co. He died 5mo. 29, 1809. 3101. Sarah, born 8rao. 9, 1777 ; 
married David Allen, of Centre Co. She died 4mo. 25, 1845. 

3102. Moses, born 7mo. 3, 1779 ; married Sarah Canby, in Sole- 
bury, Bucks Co. He was drowned in Canada, 7mo. 22, 1844. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 
Children of (35) Jeremiah and Phebe (Jones) Moore. 

3103. Mary, (Jeremiah, Andreiv, Andrew) born 2mo. 28, 1801 ; 
married John, son of Robert and Jane Way, of Centre Co., Pa.,, 
9mo. 13, 1826. John born 8mo. 6, 1792 ; died 8mo. 6, 1871. Mar^r 
died 3mo. 1, 1875. They had eight children, 

3104. Jeremiah, born 5mo. 12, 1803; married Elizabeth W.,. 
daughter of Joseph and Mary (Whitson) Ely, llmo. 8, 1831, at 
Friends' Meeting, Solebury. Elizabeth W., born lOmo. 24, 1802 ; 
died in New London township, Chester Co., 2mo. 12, 1874. They 
had six children. 3105. Andrew, born 3mo. 12, 1835; married 
Hannah Whitson. (See record in Starr branch. No. 79). 



FIFTH GENERATION. 
Children of John and (3103) Mary (Moore) Way. 

3106. Malinda, {Mary, Jeremiah, Andrew, Andrew) born 7mo. 
11, 1827; married Francis H. Allen, 9mc. 8. 1853. They have 



APPENDIX. 321 

three children. 3107. Jeremiah, born 5mo. 25, 1829 ; married 
Mary Ann Beans, 6mo. 23, 1857. 3108. Phebe Jane, born 4mo. 16, 
1831 ; married Thomas, son of Andrew Moore, of Clearfield Co., 
Pa., 5mo. 5, 1853. She died 12mo. 18, 1857. They had three 
children. 3109. Ann, born 9mo. 29, 1833. 3110. Mary M., born 
5mG. 29, 1836 ; married David Mo.ttern, 4mo. 14, 1867. She died 
12mo. 30, 1869. They had two children. 3111. Andrew, born 
lOmo. 12, 1838; died 12mo. 30, 1840. 3112. Sarah, born 4mo. 25, 
1841; married William D. Smith, Imo. 30, 1862. They have five 
children. 3113. William Bartlett, born Imo. 26, 1844 ; married 
Ellen Way, lOmo. 23, 1873. 



Children of (3104) Jeremiah and Elizabeth W. (Ely) Moore. 

3114. Mary E., {Jeremiah, Jeremiah, Andrew, Andrew) born 
6mo. 14, 1834; married Benjamin McFadgen, lOmo. 4, 1858, at 
home by Friends' ceremon3\ One child. 3115. Sarah Allen, 
born 12rao. 1, 1835 ; married Marshall P. Wilkinson, Imo. 29, 1873, 
by New Garden Monthly Meeting. Residence, Jennerville, Chester 
Co. 3116. Anna, born lOmo. 31, 1837 ; married David Balderston, 
lOmo. 2, 1856, by Friends' ceremony, in West Chester. They had 
five children. Residence, New Hope, Bucks Co., Pa. 

3117. Levi PowNALL, born lOmo. 27, 1840; married Elizabeth 
Lippincott Paxson, 3mo. 12, 1868, by Sadsbury Monthly Meeting. 
They had three children. Residence, Londonderry. 

3118. Elizabeth Ely, born3mo. 7, 1843 ; married Ezra Micheuer, 
9mo. 24, 1863, by Sadsbury Monthly Meeting. Address, Nine 
Points, Lancaster Co., Pa. 3119. Phebe Jane, born llmo. 6, 1847 ; 
married William B. Moore, 5mo. 28, 1874, at home, by Friends' 
ceremony. Phebe Jane died 4mo. 12, 1876. One child. Address, 
Nine Points, Lancaster Co. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 
Children of David and (3116) Anna (Moore) Balderston. 
3120. Theodore, {Anna, Jeremiah, Jeremiah, Andrew, Andrew) 
born Imo. 13, 1861. 3121. Walter, born 8mo. 24, 1864. ^^ 



322 APPENDIX. 

3122. Elizabeth, born lOmo. 12, 1869. 3123. Mary, born 9mo. 
25, 1874. 3124. David Newltn, born 2mo. 23, 1877. 



Children of (.'5117) Levi P. and Elizabeth (Lippincott) Moore. 

3125. Howard, {Levi P., Jeremiah, Jeremiah, Andrew, Andrev) 
born llmo. 21, 1868 ; died 5mo., 1869. 3126. Ellwoop, born lOmo. 
14, 1870. 3127. William Paxson, born luiuo. 13, 1S7<;. 

Child of William B. and (3118) Phebe Jane (Moore) Moore. 

3128. Anna Elizabeth, {Phebe Jane, .feremiah, Jeremiah, An- 
drew, Andrew) born 5mo. 13, 1875; died 7mo. 10, 1876. 

Children of Francis H. and (3106) Malinda (Way) Allen. 

3129. Mary U., {Malinda W., Mary, Jeremiah, Andrev:, Andrew) 
born 7mo. 30, 1854. 3130. William F., born 4ino. 1, 1858. 

3131. Phebe H., born 12ino. 20, 1860. 



Children of Thomas and (3108) Phebe Jane (Way) Moore. 

3132. Francis W., {Phebe Jane, Mary, Jeremiah, Andrew, An- 
drew) born 2mo. 14, 1854. 3133. John Edwin, born llmo. 27, 
1855; died 6mo. 5,1856. 3134. Phebe Jane, born llmo. 11, 1857 ; 
died 9mo. 17, 1858. 

Children of David and (3110) Mary M. (Way) Mattern. 

3135. Anna M., {Mary M., Mary, Jeremiah, Andreio, Andrew) 
born 6mo., 1867. 3136. Mary, born 12mo. 30, 1869. 



Children of William D. and (3112) Sarah ;Way) Smith. 

3137. J. Wilbur Smith, {Sarah, Mary, Jeremiah, Andrew, An- 
drew) born llmo. 22, 1862. 3138. Alice ELVA,born 3mo. 11, 1865. 

3139. Anna M., born Imo. 10, 1869. 3140. Francis W., born 
llmo. 10, 1871. 3141. Myra Viola, born llmo. 12, 1877. 



ADDENDA 



The following items were received too late for insertion where 
they properly belong : 

No. 82. Rebecca Carter married Imo. 1st, 1808, to William 
Evans, of Philadelphia. They had six children, as follow : 

3142. John Carter, born lOmo. 26, 1868; died the next day. 

3143. Charles, born 9mo. 29, 1870. 

3144. Alice Carter, born Tmo. 24, 1872. 

3145. Grace, born Imo. 3, 1874. 

3146. William Bacon, born 7mo. 27, 1875. 

3147. Ruth, born 8mo. 23, 1877. 

No. 84. .John E. Carter married Caroline W. Cadbury 2mo. 4, 
1862. Their children as follow: 

3148. Caroline, born 4mo. 9, 1863. 

3149. Sarah, born 4mo. 15, 1865. 

3150. Elizabeth C, born 12mo. 11, 1866. 

Caroline W. died 6mo. 27, 1867. John E. married (2nd) Mary 
Anna Cope, Irao. 12, 1871. Mary Anna died 12mo. 29, 1871. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Pin I 

Introductory ^ 

The Sesqui-Ceutennial GatheriuR and Proceedings 7 

Letter of Isaac W. Jackson 15 

Elizabeth Allen 15 

" William J. Lewis 16 

" Mary W. Palmer. 17 

Address by Joseph J. Lewis 18 

Sonnet by John B. Phillips 42 

Address by John G. Jackson 43 

Harmony Grove Sixty Years Ago. Read by Sarah Pugh 48 

Address, by Margaretta JackBou 52 

" Abrara and Isaac," by Henry Peterson 56 

" Harmony Grove, " by Chandler Darlington 57 

Harmony Grove, by Sarah W. Peterson 58 

Address, by Charles C. Burleigh 62 

Richard and Anthony Jackson 65 

Children of Richard and Mai-garet (Keete) Jackson 66 

Testimony of Wm. Edmundson 67 

Marriage Certificate of Isaac and Ann (Evans) Jackson 69 

Certificate of Removal of " " " " 71 

Children of " " " " 72 

Descendants of Jeremiah and Rebecca (Jackson) Starr 77 

Thomas and Mary (Boardman) Jackson ~fl9 

Joseph and Alice (Jackson) Gibson 108 

William and Katharine (Miller) Jackson 117 

Francis and Mary (Jackson) Windle 186 

John and Sarah (Miller) Jackson 221 

APPENDIX. 

Descendants of Nicholas Jackson, of England 285 

" Ephraim and Rachel (Newlin) Jackson 288 

Hilles Family 311 

Moore " 319 



INDEX. 



Names in italics belong to those connected by marriage with the 
Jacksons or their descendants. Maiden or other names are enclosed 
in parenthesis, and marriages indicated by the braces. 

The letter m appended to names is an abbreviation of married. 



2779. 

1294. 

2386. 

1967. 
2159. 
2160. 
2161. 
2162. 
2163. 
2164. 
2165. 
2166. 
2167. 

738. 
811. 
812. 
813. 
814. 
815. 
816. 

3101. 

3106. 
3129. 
3130. 
3131. 

1991. 

2193, 

1931. 
2143. 
2144. 
2145. 



It 



A. 

AaroH^ Eugene M. | 

" Caroline B. (Collins) / 
Agnew, Wilton ) 

" Alice (Marshall) ; 
Ailes, Robert B. \ 

" Anna Eliza (Woodward) \ 
Alcott, William ) 

Ann (Temple) / 
George P. 
Clemens T. 
Adah 

EUwood H. 
Anna Mary 
" Carrie D. 
" Lilla May 
" Mary 
" Sarah Emma 
Allen, Charles ] 

Rebecca (Jackson) )' 
Joshua M. 
Hannah, m. 
Sarah m. 
Mary 
Elizabeth, 

Charles J. ) 

Martha B. {House) \ 
David I 

Sarah (Moore)/ 
Francis H. \ 
Malinda (Way) )' 
Mary H. 
William F. 
Phebe H. 
Ambler, William H. ) 

" Mary Jane (Windle- r 
Smith) J 

♦' Percy 
Arbuekle, Elisha H. \ 

" Jane H. (Cummins) / 
" Jane Harris 
" Joseph 
'• Thomas Harn 









<( 
(( 

<c 

n 

(< 



1866. 
2116. 
2117. 

2479. 
2900. 
2901. 
2902. 
2903. 

1758. 

403. 
434. 
435. 
436. 



301. 

387. 

188. 
337. 
388. 
339- 
340. 
341. 
342. 
343. 

2239. 
2277. 
2278. 
2279. 
2280. 

2281. 

2282. 






Ash, Samuel ^ 

" Hannah E. (Windle) i 
" Willets 
" Chester 

" Samuel S. \ 

Sarah Jane (Schofield) i' 
Oliver Howard 
'• Henry C. 
" Samuel 
" Mary 

Atlee, I 

" Mary (Evans) ( 
Atmore, Thomas 
" Mary 
" Hannah m. 
" Sarah 
" Isaac 

B. 

Backrnan, Jacob H. \ 

" Esther (Gause) ) 

" Jacob H. 

Baily, Samuel P. i 

Mary (Whitson)/ 
Emily W. 
Anna W. 
Ehzabeth T. 
Sophie 
Mary E. 
Bertha M. 
William W. 
Joshua ( 

Ann (Jackson) t 
Lewis 
Phebe m. 
Sarah m. 

Reuben ' 

Elizabeth [Bartram] i 
Jo.sliua ) 

Elizabeth {Lloyd) \ 
.Joel J. I 

Ann {Richmond) 
Elizabeth {Pugh) ) 












(1 



326 



lyDEX. 



2283. 


Baily 


Edith 


2762. 


Bailj 


{, Annabella 




2284. 


f ( 


Lydia, m. 


2773. 


a 


Edgar R. 




2285. 


(( 


Edith, 7/1. 


2774. 


(( 


Gertrude 






a 


William E. \ 
Sarah (Woodward) j 


2775. 


(1 


Elizabeth B. 




2364. 


(( 


2776. 


a 


.Joseph Jackson 




2418. 


(( 


Anna 


2782. 


a 


Annie T. 




2419. 


11 


Beuiamin Bartrara ) 

Sarah ( Willet) i 


2783. 


t i 


Loyd ) 
Elizabeth A. {Moore) (" 




2420. 


i< 


Sarah P., m. 


2784. 


•> 


Elizabeth L. 




2421. 


(( 


Phebe Anna, m. 


2785. 


a 


.losiali L. 




2422. 


a 


Jackson ( 


2780. 


i i 


Frances 






i i 


Pliehe {Seal) i 


2787. 


i i 


Edwaid 




2423. 


i t 


Lewis \ 

Rebecca ( Willet) j 


2788. 


ft 


Amelia Sophia 






(( 


2789. 


a 


Alfred William 




2424. 


it 


Loyd 


2790. 


" 


Susan Loyd 




2425. 


a 


Anna, m. 


2791. 


it 


Tliomas L 




2426. 


a 


Samuel Longstreth | 


2792. 


(( 


Frederick Laug 






ii 


Elizabeth ( Tatum) \ 


2793. 


u 


Albert Lang 




2427. 


it 


Edward 


2794. 


t( 


William Loyd 




2428. 


a 


Thomas Loyd i 


2795. 


a 


Charles Winter 






(.1 


Caroline A. {Smith) \ 


2796. 


t i 


Henry Paul 




2429. 


ii 


Joshua Longstreth 


2797. 


it 


Jason D. 






i i 


Theodate {Lang) 


2798. 


it 


Joel J. 




24B0. 


(1 


William L. 


2799. 


(I 


Eugene 




2431. 


a 


Hannah 


2800. 


1 4 


Joshua G. 




2432. 


a 


Humphrey | 


2801. 


(( 


Charles M. 






u 


Philena {Davis) - 


2802. 


a 


Snsan L. 






(( 


Delila {Sherret) j 


2803. 


a 


Louisa May 




2433. 


I . 


Joshua G. \ 


2804. 


i i 


Nellie 






i i 


Emily {Fry)) 


2805. 


i t 


Fanny T. 




2434. 


ti 


Joel J. 


2806. 


a 


Susan F. 






It 


Susan L. {Jones) 


2811. 


t< 


Margaret Elizabeth 




2435. 


a 


Jacob H. 


2985. 


t( 


Marshall J. 




2436. 


it 


Reuben ^ 


3073. 


a 


Joshua M. 






11 


Amanda P. {Jones) / 


3074. 


a 


Samuel L. 




2437. 


ti 


Ann Louisa, ?«. 




Baird, Frank \ 




2438. 


u 


Elizabeth Ann 


1914. 


a 


Cleona ( Windle ) ) 




2429. 


i( 


Lloyd 


2138. 


 i 


Emma 




2440. 


li 


Jesse P. 


2139. 


a 


Chester 




2441. 


n 


Evan P. 1 




Baker, Thomas \ 






i t 


Rachel Ann {Harlan) i 


1080. 


a 


Eliza (Jackson) j 






u 


Marshall ) 




<( 


Samuel Harvey ) 
Anna (Jackson) / 




2544. 


l( 


Hannah Jane (Way) i 


1156. 


a 




2605. 


(( 


Samuel 


1470. 


a 


Abbie 




2C06. 


1< 


Ann 


1471. 


a 


Allison 




2607. 


II 


Rebecca 


1472. 


a 


James Eugene 




2608. 


ti 


Elizabeth 


1473. 


a 


Lewis 




2609. 


n 


William 


1474. 


it 


T. Hanthus 




2610. 


ft 


Tacy 


1475. 


i  


Lewis 




2611. 


a 


Joel S. 


1476. 


it 


Lydia Janoretta 




2612. 


a 


Samuel \ 
Mary Bell {Radford) J 


1600. 


n 


Eoline 






a 




Balderston, Lloyd 


I 


2613. 


it 


Edward S. 


1104. 




Catharine (Cauby) 


2614. 


(( 


J oseph 


1504. 




" Anne 




2755. 


a 


Elizabeth, to. 


1505. 




' George 




2756. 


u 


Loyd \ 
Clara L. {Prior) J 


1506. 




' Caleb Cauby 






a 






' Mary Anna 
{Brown) 




2757. 


il 


Thomas W. [ger) ^ 










a 


Pauline {Kreutzenbur- j 


1507. 




" John L. 





INDEX. 



827 



1508. 
1509. 
1510. 
1511. 
1512. 
1513. 
1514. 
1515. 

3116. 
3120. 
3131. 
3122. 
3123. 
3124. 
131. 



874. 

891. 
1195. 
1196. 

393. 
421. 

422. 

423. 

424. 

425. 

426. 

453. 

2278. 
2413. 
2413. 

2411. 

1233. 

915. 
1343. 

1244. 
1245. 

2307. 
2492. 






a 
It 



Balderston, Jane C. 
Charles 
'• Catharine 

William 
"' El wood 

Mark 
Alice 
Lloyd 
Balderston, David \ 

Anna ( Moore) j 
Theodore 
Walter 
Elizabeth 
Mary 
" David Newlin 

Barnard, Pusey | 

Susanna (Pownall, 
Walker) \ 

'' Jotin I 

" Lydia Ann {Jackson, Y 
Swayne) j 

" Enos U. I 

" Catharine (Jackson) ) 

William J. 
" Helen P. 
Barnes, James \ 

Elizabeth (Jackson) / 
Thomas ]^ 

Eliza ( Lynge) j 
Jonathan ) 
Susan ( Rest ) / 
John \ 

Deborah (Atkinson) j 
Joseph (^ 

Martha ( Walpole) j 
Isaac \ 

Mary ( Clierry ) j 
William \ 

Mary ( Bealey ) i 
Thomo,s \ 

Margaret Penrose > 
(Jackson) j 

Bartram, Isaac I 

" Phebe (Baily) / 

" Martha, m. 

" Anna B., m. 

Bateman, Thomas 

" Caroline (Hoopes) 

Beans, David A. ^ 

" Eliza Brown (Worley) J 
Benedict, Samuel T. ) 

Julia (Jackson) J 
" Mariette 
" William .Tack son 
" Russel 
Bell, Thomas C. I 

" Eliza H. (Jackson) J 
" Abraham \ 

Melissa B. {Chamber s) ( 



( . 



2493. 


Bell. 


Jane Hough 


2494. 


•• 


^lary Christy 


24!).-). 


•• 


Annie Lawrence, m. 


2496. 


>■ 


Caroline Jackson, m. 


2914. 


•• 


William 


2915. 


" 


Brinton C. 


2916. 


•• 


Mary Chri.stie 




Bergner, Otto \ 


929. 


a 


Anna M. (Janney) i 




Bettle 


, Samuel i 


2352. 


'• 


Mary Ann (Jones) i 


2573. 




Mary 


2574. 


•' 


Samuel 


2575. 


1. 


AVilliiim 


2576. 


(• 


Edward i 
Elizabeth H. {Tatnall) i 


2577. 


•• 


Henry 


3004. 


(. 


Elizabeth 


3005. 


■• 


Samuel 




Biddle, Oiccn \ 


2248. 


*■ fc 


Elizabeth (Rowan) i 


2328. 


•• 


John R. 


2329. 


•• 


Anne 


2340. 


•• 


Rebecca 


2331. 


•• 


Owen 

Mary Ann { Thompson) 

Sarah {La very) 


2332. 


i. 


Elizabeth 


2558. 


<( 


Anne E. 


2559. 


(( 


Si rah Jane 


2560. 


(( 


Adelaide M. 




Binns, William \ 


624. 


<< 


Ruth (Gibson) j 


684. 


ti 


Gibson 1 




(( 


Martha { Cope) { 


! 685. 


(( 


Charles 


i 686. 


K 


Richard I 




>( 


Oulielma {Hill) j" 


687. 


(< 


Robert 


688. 


ii 


David 1 




U 


Esther {Gilbert) i 


689. 


kl 


Alary 


690. 


4( 


Amos • 




t( 


Rebecca {Armstrong) i 


691. 


<•' 


John 


692. 


(t 


Martha 


693. 


U 


Thomas Clark.son 


694. 


t( 


William Henry 


695. 


(( 


Hannah 


696. 


(' 


^largarct 


697. 


(t 


Oliver lloldfii 


706. 


(< 


Mary Km ma 


707. 


<( 


William All)ert 


708. 


<( 


Horace .Mann 


70!)- 


<I 


Franklin 


710. 


(( 


Anna f,aiii-a 


711. 


(( 


John B(!rtrand 


712. 


(1 


Vienna 


718. 


(( 


John Merrilt 



328 



INDEX. 



714. 


Binns, Charles Sumner 


1034. 


Brinton 


, Cyrus 1 


715. 


" Lillie Anrelia 




• t 


Rebecca ( Whitson) / 


71«. 


" Victor Hall 


1035. 


i . 


Mary Ann, m. 




Birdsall, Nathan ) 


1036. 


(1 


William P. 1 


1228. 


Bculah Elma - 




•• 


Mary E. (Cooper) ( 




(Worley) j 


1399. 


•• 


Emma 




Blandin, I). F. \ 


1400. 


>< 


Henry 1 
Rachel ( Cawley) f 


931. 


Sarah P. (Kimber) / 




• ( 




Black, Robert \ 


1401. 


<( 


Samuel L. ) 


1899. 


" Hannah (Windle) j 




h . 


Elizabeth (Smit?i) / 




Boardman, Joseph i 


1402. 


i> 


Alfred 


391. 


" Hannah (Jackson) j 


1403. 


•' 


Howard 


407. 


" Joseph ) 


1404. 


•' 


Edwin P. 




" Mary (Atkinson) J 


1405. 


(1 


Claia 


408. 


" Thonaas | 


1406. 


.( 


Rilla W. 




" Eleanor (Green) J 


1407. 


'» 


Charles Edgar 


409. 


John 


1408. 


i> 


Walter 




" Hannah (Metcalf)  


1409. 


ii 


Lydia S. 




Mary (Hanks) 


1410. 


. . 


Francis W. 


410. 


" Robert t 


1411. 


• ( 


Thomas Luther 




" Rachel (Bewley) ) 


1412. 


<< 


William Haslan 


411. 


" Samuel | 


1418. 


ik 


Anna H. 




•' Robinson j 


1414. 


n 


Martha Alice 


412. 


" Isaac 1 


1415. 


'• 


Lewis K. 




8. (Atkinson) ( 


1416. 


ii 


Slater R. 


413. 


" Mary, m. 


1417. 


(. 


Lucy C. 


414. 


Eliza, m. 


1418. 


(( 


Morris J. 




Bonine, Elvie E. \ 


1419. 


a 


Anna L. 


2689. 


" Hannah Sarah - 


1420. 


i( 


Alice 




(Hannum) J 


1642. 


ti 


Henry C. 




Bowles. James \ 


1643. 


( i 


Clement Starr 


528. 


Betsey (Gibson)/ 




Broadbent, John 


575. 


" Samuel 


2248. 


a 


Elizabeth (Rowan- 


576. 


•' Rachel 






Biddle) 


577. 


" Isaac 


2333. 


a 


Joseph 


578. 


William 


2334. 


a 


Giles 


579. 


David 


2335. 


<( 


James 


580. 


" Alcinda 


2336. 


a 


John 




Brant, Josiah \ 
" Mary (Woy) / 




Brooke. 


Benjamin ) 


1847. 


541. 


*• 


Hannah (Gibson) / 




Breens, John H. ) 


612. 


a 


George 


2824. 


" Carrie F. (Button) / 


613. 


a 


Nancy 




Bridanstan, Martin ) 


614. 


a 


Benjamin 


683. 


" Rebecca W. (Gib- 
son) j 


615. 


n 


Peter 




616. 


a 


Phebe 




Brinton, Cyrus 1 


617. 


a 


Mariam 


182- 


" Rebecca (Whitson) / 


618. 


(1 


Betsey 


324. 


" Francis W. 




Broomall, Edward G. 1 


325. 


" Thomas Luther 


1069. 


a 


Eliza (Way) / 


326. 


'• Wm. Haslan 


1446. 


<< 


Charles Melvem 


327. 


Anna H. 


1447. 


(( 


Alice Way 


328. 


" Martha Alice 




Brosius 


, Joseph n. 1 




' ' Samuel \ 


1078. 


(( 


Mary R. (Jackson) / 


837. 


" Lydia P. (Jackson) / 




(( 


Marriot I 


1031. 


'* James J. ^ 


1185. 


(( 


Elizabeth J. (Coates) / 




Elizabeth H. (Lewis)] 


1467. 


(( 


Elnora 


1032. 


" Susanna 


1468. 


i( 


Idella 


1033. 


" Lewis ") 
Mary L. (Book) j 


1469. 


(( 


Anna Mary 




1617. 


(( 


Gertrude C. 



INDEX. 



329 



1618. 


Brosius 


, Louietta 


1619. 


(( 


Floreuce 




Bro 


ion, 


David ^ 


549. 






Emily (Gibson) - 


550. 






Alice (Gibson) 
Alfred | 
Alice Anna (Carter) / 


1121. 






1549. 






Lula Alice 

Jeremiah ) 


2454. 






Margaretta (Haines) i 
George \ 


3474. 






Sarah H. (Haines) / 
Basil H. \ 


2868. 






Anna Frances (Haines) / 


2895. 






Virginia 




Buffingham, Frederick George] 


476. 


(< 


Lydia (.Jackson) J 




Buckley, Benjamin P. \ 


839. 






Mary Ann (Jackson) j 


1037. 






Alice .J., m. 


1038. 






William P. | 

Emma {Bechtel) j 








1039. 






Lydia B. 


1040. 






Sarah Ann, m. 


1041. 






Ellen, m. 


1042. 






l^tary .J. 


1043. 






James J. 


1044. 






Benjamin W. 


1045. 






Lewis B. ) 
Anne (Beiteaman) j 








1046. 


ii 


Rebecca E., m. 




Buffing 


ton, Charles \ 
Lydia (Baily) / 


3284. 


n 




Bullock 


, J. Milton \ 


1424. 


(f 


Edith W, (Graves) j 


1644. 


.( 


IdaE. 


1645. 


(( 


Ada P. 


1646. 


.( 


Harry G. 


1647. 


a 


Anna Lillian. 


1648. 


• I 


Mary Edith. 




Bunting, JosiaJi { 


2482. 


(< 


Martha (Bartram) / 




Burleigh, CJiarles C. i 


795. 


(( 


Gertrude (Kimber) i 


935. 


(( 


Edward D. 


936. 


(( 


Charles C. 


937. 


a 


Theresa 




Butler, 


John D. 1 


234. 


n 




Annie S. (Cooper) / 



c. 

Cadbury, John W. \ 

961. " Rebecca (Warner) )' 

1382. " Hannah W. 

1283. " Caroline 

1284. " Eleanor 
Canby, Thomas ) 

751. *' Katharine) 



852. 


Canby, Isaiah 


853. 




( 


Caleb H. \ 
Jane {Claypoole) i 


854. 




i 


Charles i 
Ann iHichards) \ 


8.55. 




• 


AunH. 


856. 




( 


Sai-ah 


1104. 




• 


Catharine, ??<. 


1105. 






Elizabeth 


1106. 




' 


Charles 


1107. 




( 


John 1 
Elizabeth {Boustead) \ 


1108. 






William Jackson > 
C. Louise (Prescotfi ( 






i 


1109. 




• 


Caleb \ 






I 


Mary D. Preswick I 


1110. 




( 


George ) 
Matilda (Goodwin) J 






( 


1111. 




( 


Jane, m. 


1112. 




( 


i\Iary, 7/1. 


1113. 




( 


Lydia R., m. 


1114. 




( 


Catharine A., m. 


1115. 




( 


William R. 


1516. 




( 


Caroline B. 


1517. 




i 


Anna E. 


1518. 




i 


Charles 


1519. 




I 


Louise P. 


1520. 




i 


Henry Pratt 


1521. 




I 


Augusta P. 


1523. 




i 


William W. 


1523. 




I 


Oliver C. 


1524. 






Mary P. 


1525. 




i 


Caleb Harlan 


1526. 




ki 


Robert C. 


1527. 




U 


John A. 


1528. 




i 


Caleb 


1529. 






Arthur 


1530. 






Robert L. 


1531. 




• 


Mary Elizabeth 


1532. 




i 


Catharine 15. 




Carey, William i 


1838. 


•' 


Lydia Ann (VVindlc) 1 


2100. 


.1 


Irraa Elsie 


2107. 


n 


Isaac Francis 


2108. 


• • 


Viola Phebe 


3109. 


•• 


William Alvara 


3110. 


.< 


Harry M. 


3111. 


■• 


Benjamin VVindle 




CarU 


',r, John 1 


33. 


. i 


Rebecca (Harlan) ( 


66. 


(I 


John 1 




u 


Sarah {Shoemaker) i 


67. 


f . 


Henry \ 
Mary Ann (Jackson) i 


82. 


ti 


Hebecca, rn. 


83. 


a 


Mary E. 


84. 


14 


John E. ) 






Caroline W. (Cadbury) • 
Mary Anna (Cope) 1 








22 



330 



INDEX. 



85. Carter, Alice H. 

86. " Joseph S. 

87. " William H. 

88. " Charles S. \ 
" Eliza {Cope) i 

89. " Sarah S. 

90. " George H. 

91. " Hannah F. 

200. " William 

201. " Ellen Cope 
203. " John Darlington 

" Henry \ 

865. " Mary Ann (Jackson) j 

1119. " John Isaiah 1 
" Rachel {Patter son) - 
" Carrie {Rakestraw) j 

1120. " Evan Morris 

1121. '• Alice Anna, m. 

1122. " Anna Maria, TO. 

1123. " Henry Harlan 

1124. " Edith Rebecca, m. 

1125. " Joel Jackson 

1126. " Amelia Kate 

1541. " Mary 

1542. " Willis 

1543. " Lizzie 

1544. " Chas. Kennedy 

1545. " Alice 

1546. " Henry Harlan 

1547. " John Morris 

1548. " Jacob Clarence 

3148. " Caroline 

3149. " Sarah 

3150. " EUzabeth C. 
Chalfant, Goodwin ^ 

1698. " Hannah (Windle) i 

1827. " David VV. \ 
" Mary A. {Anderson) \ 

1828. '• William 
'' Esther Ann {Baily) 
" Sarah {Baily) 
" Sallie W. {Marshall) 

1829. " Sidney, m. 

1830. " Jane D., m. 

1831. " Lydia G., to. 

2051. " Mary D. 

2052. " David Carrol 

2053. " Goodwin I 
" Ida { Wicker sham) \ 

2054. " Harry W. 

2055. " Jennie D. 

2056. " William 

2057. " John M. 

2058. " Edwin J. 

2059. " Thomas M. 

2216. " WiUiam W. 

2217. " Charles J. 
' ' Abner 

2285. *' Edith (Baily) 



296. 

298. 
380. 
881. 
382. 
393. 
384. 

824. 
996. 
997. 
998. 
999. 

1000. 

1001. 
1002. 

1077. 
1351. 

1352. 
1353. 

1354. 
1355. 
1356. 
1357. 
1358. 
1359. 
1465. 
146a. 
1633. 
1634. 
! 1637. 



} 





2369. 




2513. 




2626. 




2627. 




2927. 




2928. 




2929. 




3930. 




2931. 




3933. 




748. 




3367. 




3517. 




3620. 




3631. 



Chambers, Marshall \ 

"■ Phebe (Whitson) / 

Edwin \ 

Susan (Whitson) f 

Elizabeth W. 

Susanna 

George C. 

Carrie W. 

Mary P. 

Joseph \ 

Deborah (Phillips) j 

Lydia 

Amy, TO. 

Mary Ann 

Mahlon \ 

Elizabeth {Lamborn) i 

Joseph P. (^ 

Jael (Cooper) j 

Deborah 

Sarah, to. 

John T. \ 

Alice E. (Jackson) / 

Thomas L. \ 

Rebecca {Mercer) I 

Phebe A., to. 

Phillips ) 

riiebs M. {Larkin) j 

Hobson 

.James C. 

Deborah P. 

Sarah B. 

.Joseph C. 

Charles P. 

John P. 

Rose 

Edwin 

Ann T. 

Amy Elizabeth 

Isaac \ 

Rachel (Fell) j 

James T. I 

Amy T. (Thompson) j 

Sarah, to. 

Rebecca, to. 

Mary R. 

J. Howard 

Phebe T. 

George M. 

Arthur L. 

Amy 

Chandler, Jesse. ) 

" Alice (Wilson) i 

" Thomas ) 

" Rachael(Wood- [ 

ward. ) j 

Spencer I 

Eliza (Wilson) j 

Rebecca 

Thomas Allen 



i< 
(( 
(( 
<( 
(< 

a 

X 

i< 
(< 



(( 

(( 









(< 



(I 

u 



INDEX. 



2622. 
2623. 
2624. 



2625. 



2768. 
2946. 
2947. 
2948. 
2949. 
2950. 
3063. 

1998. 

2511. 
2925. 
2926. 

2302. 

511. 
520. 
521. 

756. 

1770. 

2702. 

2184. 
2232. 

848. 
1088. 
1089. 
1090. 

1091. 
1496. 

895. 
1219. 

2489. 
2905. 
2906. 
2907. 
2908. 
2909. 
2910. 
2911. 

51. 



1< 






Chandler, William S. 
" Josiah W. 

David W. ) 

Mary E. {Hen- \ 
derson) J 

Jesse I 

Virginia {Point) ) 
James \ 

Victoria W. (Hunt) i 
Philip 
" Sarah W., in. 

" Anna R., tn. 

Phebe H., m. 
" Spencer P. 

Ida 
Chapman, Francis \ 

' ' Libbie Jane ( Powers) ) 
Cheyney, George S. \ 

Mary W. (Price) I 
Mabel 
" Helen. 
C'Jiild, John ") 

" Mary H. (Scliofield) i 
Clark, John } 

Ann (Gibson) ) 
Isaac 
Alice 

John \ 

Ann (Harlan) ) 
Shammah \ 

Philes (Downing) ) 
John F. \ 

" Amanda (Haines) i 
Classen, Sylvester \ 

Emma E. (Nelson) j 
" Lottie 
Clayton, Jacob ^ 

Ruhaney (Jackson) \ 
Edith, m. 
Isaac EUwood 
Josiah J. I 

Anna M. ( Thomas) )' 
Sarah 
" Estella Ruhaney 
Clement, Wesley B. \ 
Eliza (Webb)i 
Roswell Percival 
Clothier, Isaac H. \ 

" Mary C. (Jackson) / 
" Mary Jackson 
" Elizabeth Jackson 
" Morris Lewis 
*' Hannah Hallowell 
Walter 

Isaac Hallowell 
Lydia Biddle 
Cloud, Joseph 1 

" Phebe (Moore) ( 









1 1 









(< 



1820. 

65. 

885. 
1184. 
1185. 
1186. 
1187. 
1188. 
1189. 
1190. 

1731. 
1917. 
1918. 

2404. 

2423. 

2709. 

2710. 

2711. 

2777. 
2778. 
2779. 
2780. 
2781. 
3014. 
3015. 

2269. 



884. 
1177. 
1178. 
1179. 
1180. 
1181. 
1182. 
1183. 

1674. 

405. 

24. 

36. 

63. 
121. 
122. 
123. 









881 

Cloud. William. A. \ 

" MaryElma(Wi.uU,.) ) 
Coates, Richard | 

Rebecca (Walker) / 
Simmons » 

" Emeline (Jackson) ( 
■' Gertrude. ?«. 
" Elizabeth J., m. 
Anna Deborah 
Rebecca, m. 
Evangeline, m. 
 Lavinia Jane 
" Emma Simmons 
Coleman, Huslin \ 

Mary Aim (Windle) ) 
" Emma C. 
" Austin Eugene 
Collins, Jacob T. \ 

Eliza Emma (.Tackson) < 
John \^ 

Anna (Baily) i 
Wm. Jackson | 
" Ainanda (Wright) i 
" Edwin Clendaniel | 
" Mary E. (Titus) )" 
'' Jacob Warren 
'• Elizabeth B., m. 
" Mary Anna L., 7h. 
" Caroline B., m. 
" Sallie L. 
" Fannie B. 
" Idella 
" Estella 
Commons, William 

*• Rebecca (Wood 
ward) 
Conard, Enerard (^ 

^lary T. (Jackson) j 
Rebecca J. 
Alice A. 
" Jesse 

William J. 
" Isaiah 

Milton E. 

Bertha M. 

' ' Isaac t 

'• Mary (Evans) ( 

Conner, | 

" Hannali (Jackson) j 
Cooper, John \ 

'* Rebecca (Mooro) ( 
" James \ 

" Rachel (Moore) ( 
" Oeorqe \ 

" Saraii (Walker)/ 
" Asiiliel 
" William 

Hynim Truman 



it 



332 



INDEX. 



124. Coopei 


, B. Franklin i 


2952. 


Cowfjill, Anna Lea 


125. 


'• 


G. Washington 




Cox. William 1 
" iiuhaney (Way) / 


126. 


>• 


.Jeremiah 


1064. 


127. 


•• 


Phebe. m. 




" John \ 




■• 


William 

Anna (Walker) 

Phebe (Walker)) 


1352. 


Phebe A. (Chambers) j 


130. 


•• 


1()35. 


Howard 


132. 


•' 


1036. 


" Ann T. 




" 


William ( 




Craft, Albert y 


130. 


■• 


Anuie (Kearns) | 


678. 


" Mary Ann (Gibson) j 






Jeremiah \ 


704. 


" Lydia Rebecca 


179. 




Mary P. (Whitson) i 




Cravath, Krastus Miles \ 


228. 


<• 


Levi K. 


1072. 


Ruthanna (Jackson) j 




( i 


Melvina {Deselms) > 


1454. 


" Paul 1). 




a 


Mary E. {Sander) J 


1455. 


" William J. 


229. 


a 


Elizabeth, m. 


1456. 


" Bessie N. 


230. 


a 


Traman \ 
Mary IL {Hiett) f 


1457. 


" Erastus M. 




u 




Culin, Robert ( 


231. 


a 


Jeremiah S. 


1112. 


" Mary (Canby) j 


232. 


a 


Phebe R., vi. 




Cummins, Joseph \ 
" Hannah (Evans) / 


233. 


a 


Deborah A., in. 


1675. 


234. 


a 


Annie S.. m. 


1736. 


' ' Isaac 


317. 


i i 


Howard B. 


1737. 


Jacob 


318. 


•• 


EUwood 


1738. 


" Reuben 


319. 


li 


Sarah 


1739. 


" Joseph \ 
" Jane H. {Knox) / 


y20. 


u 


Ashton T. 




321. 


(' 


George W. 


1740. 


" Sarah, m. 




a 


Truman \ 


1928. 


" Reynolds Knox 


2416. 


a 


Julianu (Pusey) j 


1929. 


John E. \ 
Harriet K. {Carey) ^ 


2747. 


u 


Mary Elizabeth, m. 




2748. 


(I 


Warrick (^ 


1930. 


" Thomas K. 




i( 


Martha {Lewis) j 


1931. 


" Jane Harris, m. 


2749. 


(( 


Edith P., '//*. 


2140. 


' ' Joseph Knox 




<< 


Joseph B. \ 


2141. 


" John Carey 


2749. 


u 


Edith P. (Cooper) i 


2142. 


" Frank Carey 


2750. 


<( 


Lewis B. 




Curtis, Uriah Eugene \ 


2751. 


<( 


Sarah Ann 


2716. 


Sarah (Mendenhall) ( 


2752. 


a 


Aaron Hurford \ 

Martha (Sharpless) ( 


3036. 


" Uriah James 




. i 


3037. 


" Sarah Caroline 


2753. 


u 


Sophia Ann 


3038. 


' ' Rosalia 


2754. 


a 


Emma Louisa, m. 


3039. 


" Luella Eliza 




a 


James \ 


3040. 


" Eugenia Maria 


3093. 


a 


Rachel (Moore) J 


3041. 


" Hollis Eugene 




Cope, 


Abiah \ 
Sallie E. (Windle) / 


3042. 


" Junius 


1881. 


(£ 


3043. 


" Wiona Lenora ' 


2118. 


(1 


Samuel W. 


3044. 


" Leonidas Mendenliall 




U 


Abiah \ 
Mary (Hannum) j 


3045. 


" Letha Vinola 


2392. 


" ^ 






2686. 


ii 


Henry 




D 


2687. 


(( 


David 




J—-' • 




Gornwell, Robert T. \ 




Darlington, Chandler | 


1150. 


i 4 


Lydia A. (Jackson) j 


883. 


" Hannah (Mona- \ 


1591. 


a 


Gibbons Gray 




ghan) j 


1592. 


n 


Martha J. 




Stephen P. ) 


1593. 


u 


Mary E. 


943. 


" Josephine J. > 
(Lewis) J 


1594. 


u 


AdaW. 




1595. 


a 


William D. 




" Franklin \ 




GowgiU, John Lea \ 


1071. 


" Mary G. (Jackson) j 


2518. 


(i 


Lydia P. (Wilson) J 


1269. 


Catharine P. 


2951. 


(( 


Clara Lea 


1270. 


" Wayne Mac Veagh 



INDEX. 



333 



1271. 
1272. 
1452. 
1453. 

1727. 
1911. 



1992. 
2133. 
2134. 
2135. 
2136. 
2137. 
2194. 
2195. 

143. 
246. 
247. 

2720. 
3055. 
3056. 
3057. 

214. 



887. 
1191. 
1192. 

1790. 
1977. 
1978. 
1979. 

1980. 
1981. 
1982. 
1983. 
1984. 
1985. 
1986. 

830. 
1014. 
1015. 



932. 

1830. 
2061, 
2062. 
2063. 
2064, 



(I 



Darlington, Frederick William 
" Mary Lewis 

" Frederic 

" Philip Jackson 

Davis, Isaac \ 

" Abigail (Windle) j 
" William W. \ 
" Mary {White) i 
" Edwin 8. ) 

" Ella (Windle)/ 
" Isaac 
" Mary 
" SaUie 
Joseph 
Emma 
" Elmer 
" Blanche 
Devon, Isaac L. 1 

" Catharine (Starr) / 

Alfred 
" Katie 
Dibble, David Dubois \ 

" Ehza (Mendenhall) J 
" David Phineas 
' ' Pomeroy Hoopes 
" Hannah Ann 
Dillen, Isaac 1 

" Eliza Josephine >■ 
(Walker) j 
Dingee, Charles \ 

" Elizabeth (Jackson) \ 
Marie, m. 
William J. 
Dinwiddle, David \ 

" Mary (Windle) j 

Eleanor, m. 
Susanna 

John \ 

Bhoda ( Wallace) / 
Susanna 

Margaret Jane, m. 
David 
Francis W. 
Martha E. 
Mary Ella 
William 
Dixon, Thomas \ 

" Martha (Jackson) j 
Rebecca 

Miller J. \ 

Sarah {Bunting) J 
Dornay, William H. \ 
" Jean (Ivimber) j' 
Dowdall, Joseph \ 

Jane D. (Chalfant) i 
" Joseph J. 
" Hannah 
" Wm. Francis 

" Lydia Ann 






(( 

it 
n 

u 

c 








Doioning 


, TJiomas ) 
Rebecca (Starr) j 


43. 


(. 




a 


David \ 


1682. 


(< 


Ann (Evans) i 


1767. 


.£ 


Sarah 


1768. 


a 


Mary, m. 


1769. 


(( 


Susan 


1770. 


<( 


Philes, m. 


1771. 


(( 


Ann, m. 


1772. 


It 


Jacob 


1773. 


(( 


Isaac. 




Durnall, 


Joseph 1 


2420. 


u 


Sarah P (Daily) j 


2758. 


(< 


Wilelma 


2759. 


ii 


Anne Elizabeth 


2760. 


n 


Edwin J. 1 




(( 


Sidney (Cox) ( 


2761. 


a 


Henry Chiy 


2762. 


(( 


Rartrani B. 


2763. 


(1 


J. Warren 


2764. 


(( 


Florence 3Iay 


2765. 


(( 


Ellie Nightingale 


3060. 


( 1 


Gertrude 



2377. 
2650. 
2651. 

2G52. 
2653. 



229. 

1968. 

1720. 

2251. 
2348. 
2349. 
2350. 

2747. 



82. 

1657. 
1674. 
1G75. 
1676. 
1677. 



u 
(( 



E. 

Entriken, Emmor S. \ 

Mabel (Woodward) i 
Anna >Iary 
Albert L. \ 

Isabel T. {Williams) ) 
" Emmareno, m. 

" Franklin B. \ 

" Mary L. {Johnson) ( 
Ellis, Asa \ 

'• Elizabeth (Cooper) ( 
" William \ 

•' Sarah (Temple) I 
Embree, Pearxon | 

" Rachel (Windle) I 
Erich, Oeorge I 

" Mary (Rowan) / 
*' Charles 
" Gustavus 
" Sophie 
Eshleman, Uervey | 

" Mary Elizabeth 

(Cooper) ) 
Evans, Joseph I 

" Sarah (Whitson) i 
" William \ 

" Rebecca (Carter) i 
'• hftac \ 

" Amic (Windle) ( 
•' Mary, in. 

llaniiali, m. 
" Sarah 

William I 

Elizabeth {Smith)} 



334 



INDEX. 



1678. 

1678. 
1679. 



1680. 
1681. 

1683. 
1683. 

1741. 
1742. 

1743. 

1744. 

1745. 



1746. 
1747. 
1748. 
1749. 
1750. 
1751. 
1753- 
1753. 
1754. 
1755. 
1756. 
1757. 
1758. 
1759. 
1760. 
1761. 
1762. 

1763. 
1764. 
1765. 
1766. 

1943. 
1944. 
1945. 
1946. 
1947. 
1948. 
1949. 
1955. 
1956. 
1957. 
1958. 
1959. 
1960. 
1961. 
1962. 
19G3. 



Evans, Sai-ah, m. 

William \ 

Sarah (Evans) ( 

John \ 

Margaret {Barber) > 

Matilda {Hubby) ] 

Mark 

Isaac \ 

Mary {Conard) ( 

Ann, 7M. 

Susanna, m. 

Isaac 

George \ 

Aim {Evans) i 

William 

Aaron | 

Rebecca {Daniel) i 

John I 

Rebecca {Evans) 2\\A 

wife. ) 

Rachel, m. 
Rebecca 
Samuel 
David 
Lydia, m.. 
Ann, m . 
William 
Nathaniel 
Washington 
Ann, in. 
John 
Charles 
Mary, m. 
Isaac 
Lewis 

Margaret, m. 
Jesse 1 

Mary {Buffington) \ 
Ann 

Mary, m. 
Emily, m. 
Isaac C. ) 

Ann. {Evans) i 
Elizabeth, m. 
Rachel, m. 
Mary, m. 
Louis 
Emily 
Thomas 
Joseph 
Mary L., m. 
Grace 
Joseph 
Isaac 
William 
Anna 
Lydia 
Roland 
William 



3142. 


Evans, John Carter 


3143. 


Charles 


3144. 


" Alice Carter 


3145. 


" Grace 


3146. 


" William Bacon 


3147. 


Ruth 




F. 




Fayle, Thomas \ 


413. 


" Mary (Boardman) ) 




Fearing, William II. \ 


1255. 


" (Jertrude (Lea) j 


1625. 


" Josci)h Lea 


1626. 


" William 




Fell, James \ 


1040. 


" Sarah Ann (Buckley) J 




" John ( 


2264. 


" Sarah (Woodward) ) 


2368. 


" Joel 


2369. 


" Rachel, m. 


2370. 


" Samuel 




" Patience M. {Chambers) 


2628. 


" Mary Ann 


2629. 


' • Rebecca 


2630. 


'• James P. 


2631. 


" Richard H. 




Ferris, John \ 


757. 


" Sarah (Harlan) / 


864. 


" John 




Fleming, \ 

Ruth (Gibson) | 


561. 




Fleming, \ 


562. 


Dinah (Gibson) | 


671. 


" Ailse 


672. 


" Mary 


673. 


" Archibald 


674. 


Lydia 


675. 


" Moses 




Fletcher, John \ 


548. 


Tacy (Gibson) ) 


662. 


Eliza 


663. 


John 


664. 


Emily 




Eorsythe, James \ 


1765. 


Emily (Evans) / 


1950. 


" JohnE. 


1951. 


" Mary 


19.52. 


'* Isaac 


1953. 


" Ruth Anna 


1954. 


Emily 




" William \ 


2510. 


" Sarah J. (Price) i 


2924. 


" Bertha 




Finton, Benjamin \ 
" Rebecca (Moore) J 


3097. 




Frink, J. Melancthon \ 
" Hannah (Phillips) / 


982. 




Furness, Oliver 1 


1708. 


" Thamzine ( W indie j 



INDEX. 



383 



3067. 



1684. 
1774. 

1775. 
1776. 
1777. 
1778. 
1779. 

429. 

438. 

1114. 
1533. 
1534. 
1535. 
1536. 
1537. 
1538. 
1539. 
1540, 

400. 

404. 
437. 
438. 

175. 
300. 

301. 
302. 
303. 
304. 
305. 
385. 
386. 

1286. 

1797. 
2002. 
2003. 
2004. 

3005, 
2006. 
2007. 

2201, 
2202 



(( 

u 
(1 

it 



G. 

OalbreatJi, William ] 
" Anna Maria \ 
(Windle) J 
Garretson, Eliakim 1 

Lydia (Windle) i 
Eliza 
Lydia 
Esther 
John 
William 
George 
Oarrat, William \ 

" Mary (Jackson) J 
Garrett, William \ 

Sarah (Gatchel) / 
Henry \ 

Catharine A. (Canby) j 
Mary Sharpless 
Charles C 
Thomas 
Harry 
William R. 
Katie C. 
Arthur H. 
Margaret M. 
Gatchel, Samuel { 

Eliza (White) j 
John \ 

Ann (Jackson) j 
Isaac 
Sarah, m. 
Gause, Lea W. \ 

Elizabeth (Whitson) / 
Whitson t 

Mary B. ( Walton) / 
Esther, m- 
Lucretia 
Matilda 
Charles 
Hannah 
Eva 
Annie 

William T. \ 

Lizzie H. (Phillips) j 

Gee, Joshua \ 

" Martha Jane (Wmdle) J 

Nicholas B. 

Eleanor 

Francis W- \ 

Mary L. (McCreary) f 
Caleb P. 
Rebecca J. 
James P. M. | 
" Lizzie {Bice) I 
" Louisa J. 

.James 
Gibson, Joseph \ 

6. " Alice (Jackson) j 



511. Gibson, 

512. 

(( 

513. 

(I 

514. 



it 






(1 

a 
n 









u 



a 



515. 
516. 



517. 

518. 

519. 
522. 
533. 

534. 

525. 

526. 
537. 
538. 
529. 
530. 

531. 

532. 
533. 

534. 
535. 
536. 
537. 
538. 

539. 
540. 
541. 
542. 
543. 
544. 

545. 
546. 

547. 

548. 
549. 
551. 
552. 
553. 
554. 
555. 



u 
(( 
t( 

u 
>( 

il 



(< 
(( 
u 

(( 

(1 
l< 

l( 

(( 
(( 
u 
(( 
1. 
(( 
li 
(( 
1( 
(( 



(( 



Ami, HJ. 

Isaac \ 

Esther {Sinkler) j 
Thomas \ 

A7171 ( ) ) 

Joseph \ 

Phebe (McNabb) ( 
Rebecca. 

John 1 

Buth, (Janney) ^ 
Betsey Pryor I 
James ( 

Mary {Hatcher) j 
iMoses I 

Lydia {Leonard) s 
William 
Joseph 
William \ 

( Wynn) j 

Moses I 

Betsey { Winn) i 
Isaac \ 

Peyton j 

Samuel 
Alice, m. 
Betsey, m. 
Rachel, m. 
David \ 

Nancy {Smith) J 
Abuer "{^ 

{Smith) i 

Eli 

Levi ( 

{Majors) J 

Sarah, m. 
Rebecca, m. 
Esther, m. 
Miriam, m. 
John I 

Bachel {Fredd) / 
George 
Mary, /»• 
Hannah, m. 
Phebe, m. 
Rebecca 

Amos 1 

Hannah {Miller) i 
^lary, m. 
Israel I 

Alice ( Carter) I 
Mabbm I 

Norah {Bruce) i 
Tacy, TO. 
Emily, ?/». 
Rebecca, to. 
William 
Solomon 
Nancy 
Aaron 



336 



INDEX. 



556. Gibson, 


Jonathan 


557. 


(( 


Jeremiah 


558. 


it 


Evi 


559. 


a 


Heber 


560. 


•• 


Joseph \ 
Rachel (Shoemaker) I 




• i 


561. 


n 


Ruth. 'III. 


562. 


a 


Dinah, m. 


563. 


(( 


Rebecca 


564. 


.i 


Susan 


565. 


K 


Jessie 


566. 


1( 


Rachel 


566^. 


l( 


Betsey 


567. 


(< 


Alvira 


568. 


U 


Minor 


569. 


u 


Alpheus 


570. 


<( 


Moses 


571. 


(• 


Alcinda 


581. 


<( 


Thomas 


582. 


(( 


Ann 


583. 


(> 


Marshall 


584. 


1.1 


Isabella 


585. 


<« 


Richard 


586. 


(C 


Seldon 


587. 


<< 


Susanna 


588. 


<( 


Julieb 


594. 


it 


Sidney 


595. 


n 


Joseph 


596. 


ii 


Nelson 


597. 


(< 


Phebe 


598. 


u 


Samuel 


599. 


(( 


George 


600. 


(1 


Jackson 


601. 


(( 


Sally 


603. 


u 


Phineas 


603. 


(( 


Joshua 


604. 


(( 


Manly 


623. 


it 


John \ 




(( 


Rebecca ( Olover) ) 


624. 


(1 


Ruth, m. 


625. 


<1 


Mary 


626. 


<< 


Robert 


627. 


(( 


Mahlon 


628. 


<< 


MiUer \ 
Ann P. [Eyres) J 




ii 


629. 


a 


Sarah 


630. 


it 


Cassandra 


631. 


(f 


Amos 


643. 


u 


Adolphus 


644. 


a 


Emily 


645. 


n 


J. Gibson 


646. 


(< 


Tacy 


647. 


(( 


Eliza 


648. 


(( 


Julia Carter 


649. 


(( 


Albert 


650. 


a 


Landon 


651. 


(< 


Edward 


653. 


u 


Mary 


653. 


(( 


Mary 



654 

655 

656. 

657. 

658. 

659. 

660. 

661. 

667. 

668. 

669. 

670. 

676. 

677. 

678. 

679. 

680. 

681. 
682. 
683. 
698. 
699. 
700. 
701. 
702. 
705. 

177. 
308. 
309. 

310. 
311. 
312. 
313. 
314. 
315. 

1093. 
1499. 
1500. 

843. 
1050. 

1051. 
1052. 
1053. 

1054. 
1055. 
1056, 
1057 

1058. 
1423. 
1424. 



it 

a 



Gibson, Martha 
Eliza 
Norah 
Judith 
Lucy 
Bruce 
Mahlon 
John 

Clementina 
Webster 
Laura 
Rose 

Hannah M., m. 
Lydia S. 
Mary Ann, m. 
Amos E. I 

Rebecca ( Tomlinson) i 
William S. 1 
Atnelia (Buff) / 
John Edwin 
Ruthanna 
Rebecca W., m. 
Robert E. 

Elizabeth M. 

Hannah J., w. 
Albert 
Anna Maria 
Mabel 
Gilbert, Harding \ 

Hannah (Whitson) ( 

Mary 

John V. \ 

Letitia {Smith) / 

Mary 

George W. 

Amos 
" Edwin M. 
«. Hugh W. 
" Joseph 
Oood, James M., ) 

" Alice J. (Wilson) / 
<< .Jane S. 
" MaryW. 
Graves, Jacob \ 

Edith (Jackson) j 

Josiah J. I 

Rebecca {Barnes) / 

William S. 

Mary Ann 

Jackson ) 

Mary J. {Bishop) / 

Amanda 

Elizabeth 

Mary Ann 

Harvey ) 

Selina D. {Pier son) ( 

Nathan 

Mary Lizzie 

Edith W., m.. 



it 
t< 



It 
II 
it 
It 
II 
If 
II 
II 
It 
(< 



It 
1 1 
it 



It 

ft 



li 

II 



ti 
ii 



INDEX. 



38'; 



1425. 
1426. 

1427, 
1428, 
1429. 
1430. 
1431. 
1432. 
1433. 
1434. 
1435. 
1436. 
1437. 
1649. 

1757. 

433. 
458. 
459. 

460. 
461. 
462. 

463. 

464. 
465. 



466. 
467. 

542. 
619. 
620. 
621. 
622. 

472. 



473, 



1130. 
1564. 
1565. 
1566. 
1567. 
1568. 
1569. 
1570. 
1571. 

1187. 



4( 
(( 
l( 

(1 

(( 

il 
U 
(< 
(( 
(( 
<( 



Graves, Howard L. 

Bayard T. ) 

Mary {Miller) j 
Jacob B. 
Frank P. 
Ella P. 
Edward 
Luther 

Sallie Florence 
Fred P. 
William Lea 
Lillian 
Edith R. 
Everett 
" Howard T. 
Oreenleaf, John | 

" Ann (Evans) j 

Oreer, Thomas \ 
Elizabeth i 
Sarah, m. 
Thomas | 

Minee ( Usher) > 
Mary, m. 
Elizabeth, m. 
William Jackson \ 
Margaret ( Usher) I 
John Robert | 

Sarah D. (Strangman) ( 
Caroline, m. 
Alfred ] 

" Helena (Carroll) \ 
" Peggy {GoUhurst) ) 
" Louisa Jane, m. 
" Priscilla Sophia 
Oregg, John \ 

^' Phebe (Gibson) I 
" George 
" John 
' ' Joseph 
" William 
Oreives, Thomas M. ^ 

" Georgianna Eliza > 
(Jackson) j 

John 

Elizabeth Pirn (Jack- 
son) 
Orubb, Thomas 

Alice Mary (Jackson / 
Chas. Alexander 
Eleanor Jane 
Jane Elizabeth 
Walter Morris 
Nancy King 
Hannah Scott 
.John William 
Annabel 
OrumMne, Samuel \ 

" Rebecca (Coates) j 



a 
<( 
a 
ii 

(( 
a 
(( 
(( 

<( 






it 
(( 
<< 
(( 
<( 
a 



] 
i 



2245. 


a 


2314. 


a 


2315. 


<( 


2316. 


<( 




Ci 


2317. 


<( 


2318. 


(( 




(( 


2520. 


n 


2521. 


a 


2522. 


a 


2523. 


<> 


2524. 


<( 


2525. 


a 


2526. 


It 




u 


2527. 


u 


2528. 


it 


2957. 


n 


2958. 


li 


2959. 


l( 


2960. 


(( 


2961. 


u 




Hain 


157. 


(1 


251. 


(( 


252. 


(I 




(< 


1131. 


(( 




it 


1173. 


<( 




(< 


1369. 


(( 


1572. 


(( 


1573. 


a 


1574. 


(( 


1575. 


(( 


1576. 


(1 


1607. 


(( 


1608. 


11 


1639. 


(' 


1640. 


a 


1841. 


li 




<( 


2294. 


(t 




(< 


2295. 


ti 




n 


2299. 


(i 




<( 


2402. 


(( 


2403. 


i< 


2454. 


<i 


2455. 


<i 


2450. 


<( 



H. 

Hadley, Samuel i 

Mabel (Jackson) j 

Phebe, m. 

Sarah, jn. 

John I 

Ann {Pennoek) ) 

Margaret 

Samuel ) 

Phebe ( Walker) \ 

Eliza, m. 

Phebe 

Sarah, «». 

Philena 

Samuel 

Mary 

John ^ 

Elmira (Swayne) i 

Ann, m. 

Samuel 

William S. 

Anna E. 

Samuel E. 

Florence D. 

Edwin R. 
Haines, William E. \^ 

Mary Anna (Starr) j 
Mary Ella 
Jennie 

Albert \ 

Hannah Rebecca \ 
(Jackson) ) 

Lewis Marshall \^ 

Elizabeth (Jackson ) i 
Zebedee [ 

Anna P. (Harvey) ) 
Granville W. 
Eleauor Morris 
Milton 

Morris Jackson 
Alice Mabel 
Fred Taylor 
Warren J . 
Thomas Hai-voy 
Edgar T. 
Alfred S. 
Jeremiah B. \ 
Mabel (Hutton)/ 
Edwin I 

iMargarot (Hutton) / 
Lewis I 

Sarah (Hutton) i 
Jame$ \ 

>Iary (Jackwm) j- 

Ann Kli/a(J;ukson) ) 
Margarotta, //». 
Sarah, m. 
Hstlicr 






338 



INDEX, 



2457. 

2458. 
2459. 

2460. 
2461. 
2462. 

2463. 



2464. 
2465. 
2471. 
2472. 
2473. 
2474. 
2699. 

2700. 

2701. 
2702. 
2703. 

2704. 

2705. 

2706. 

2707. 

2708. 

2859. 

2860- 

2861. 

2862. 

2863. 

2864. 

2865. 

2866. 

2867. 

2868. 

2869. 

2870. 

2871. 

2872. 

2873. 

2874. 

3006. 

3007. 

3008. 

3009. 

3010. 

2545. 

184. 

2986. 

2824. 









(1 



Haines, William P. \ 

Mary {Kirk) j 

Milton 

Albert ) 

Hannah {Jackson) ) 

Merrit S. 

Mabel 

Job \ 

Elizabeth {Dunn) i 

Joseph H. I 

Rebecca Frances {Sin- \ 
clair) j 

Elmira, m. 

Sarah B., m. 

Isaac H. 

Mary 

Levi 

Sarah H., m. 

Chas. Conover ( 

Maggie E. {McVonnell) j 

James ] 

Elisabeth {Boumer) i' 

Mary Louisa 

Amanda, m. 

Emma, m. 

John 

Adelaide, m. 

John 

Ella 

William Jackson 

Granville 

Eleanor 

Milton 

Edwin 

John Dunn 

Sarah Askew 

Mary Elizabeth 

William Sherwood 

John L. 

Anna Frances, m. 

Elizabeth 

Margaret H. 

Ida Ella 

Sarah Stubbs 

Rachel 

Joseph H. 

Mary Ella 

Maggie E. 

Mary Louisa 

Elizabeth 
" Charles E. 
Hambleton, Charles B. 

Lydia J. (Way 
Sarah Jane (Whit- 
son) 
" Marion 

Hanan, John H. \ 

Carrie F. (Hntton) ( 



It 



K 
(< 









It 



414. 

2272. 

2273. 
2392. 
2393. 

2394. 

2395. 
2396. 
2397. 

2398. 
2399. 
2400. 
2688. 
2689. 
2690. 
2691. 
2692. 
2693. 
2694. 
■2695. 
2696. 
2697. 
2698. 

17. 
29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 
33. 
34. 

720. 
750. 

751. 
752. 



753. 

754. 

755. 

756. 

757. 
758. 

857. 
858. 
859. 






(I 
u 



Hanks, Joseph "I 

" Eliza (Boardman) / 

Hannum, John \ 

Sarah (Jackson) j 

Caleb \ 

Ann (Jackson) j 

Mary, m. 

John \ 

Anna P. {Hoopes) / 

James |_ 

Louisa A. {Bartlelt) / 

Elizabeth 

Sarah, m. 

Alice 

.Joseph Parke 

Martha Ann 

Jonathan C. 

John A. 

Hannah Sarah, m. 

John B. 

Mary D. 

James M. 

Alice J. C. 

Nathan B. 

:Martha E. 

Louisa A. B. 

Johnanna 

Edmund B. 
Harlan, David { 

Alice (Starr) ( 

Lewis ( 
{Harris) J 

Jeremiah ( 

Hettie {Stump) j 

Elisha \ 

{Harris) i 

Hannah 

Rebecca 

Alice 

Caleb \ 

Ann (Jackson) / 

Hannah 

Katharine, nt. 

William ] 

Annabella {Elliott) [ 

Sarah { Wessela] J 

Job 

Caleb \ 

Edith {Ferris) j 

John \ 

Elizabeth ( Quinby) j 

Ann, m. 

Sarah, m. 

Joshua \ 

Ann {Quinby)} 

Samuel Elliott 

Charles 

John Ferris 



(( 
(1 
(( 

a 









11 
a 
a 
(( 



INDEX. 



339 



860. 


Harlan, 


Ann J. 


2591. 


Hayes 


i, Beuianiiu 


861. 


(I 


Edith 




Heckendorn, Jacob i 


862. 


a 


Mary A. 


1037. 




Alice J. nJuck- \ 


863. 


n 


Caleb -\ 
Eliza {Montgomery) ] 






\ev) 




a 




Hershey, Henry " ) 


1116. 


it 


Elgarda, m. 


217. 


(> 


Sarah Frances - 


1117. 


ii 


Elizabeth 






(Walker) ) 


1118. 


u 


John 




Hickey. James ) 




Harper 


Samuel \ 
Sarah F. (Phillips)/ 


1687. 


(( 


Mary (Windie) 1 


1006. 


ii 




(( 


David ) 


1373. 


(( 


Horace J. W. 


1973. 


i ( 


Ann J. (Plankenton) i" 


1374. 


(( 


J. C. B. 


2174. 


( . 


Ezra 


1375. 


<( 


B. Franklin 


2175. 


.1 


Julia 


1376. 


(( 


I. Phillips 




miles 


, Jesse 1 


1377. 


.( 


Anna M. 


2319. 


t* 


Jane (Hoopes) ( 




Harry, 


Robert \ 
Rebecca (Walker) J 


2529. 


(. 


Phebe 


107. 


ii 


2530. 


i* 


Lydia, m. 




a 


William 1 
Ann (Pusey) / 


2531. 


a 


Israel • 


2414. 


a 




i% 


Harriet E. (Loyd) i 


2726. 


t( 


Maria 


3972. 


n 


Flora Loyd 


2727. 


>i 


Joseph P. 




HixBo 


n, James ) 


2728. 


(fc 


Sarah Ann 


534. 


(( 


Sarah (Gibson) j 


2729. 


(( 


Sophia 


589. 


( « 


Nancy 


2730. 


u 


Deborah 


590. 


i % 


Rebecca 


2731. 


(( 


Isaac P. 




Hoke, 


Joseph T. ) 


2732. 


a 


WiUiam 


1140. 


11 


Rachel (Wood) ) 


2733. 


(( 


Edward 


1577. 


i . 


Annabel 8. 


2734. 


( i 


Elizabeth 


1578. 


i i 


Josephine 


2735. 


<i 


Hannah G. 


1579. 


ii 


Alice Eliza 


2736. 


t( 


Joshua Baily 


1580. 


" 


Lawrence Hartman 


2737. 


i< 


William 




Hollingsworth. Thomas | 


2738. 


a 


Francis 


742. 




•' Susanna 




Harvey 


Thomas M. i 






(Jackson) 1 


1004. 


(1 


Deborah (Phillips) j 






" James \ 


1369. 


(( 


Anna P., 'in,. 


1944. 




Rachel (Evans) / 




(1 


Ralph Marshall ^ 


21.51. 




" Elvin 


2735. 


(( 


Anna B. (MarshaU) , 


2153. 




" Louella 


3058. 


<i 


Ellis P. 


2153. 




Eldosa 


3059. 


.( 


Charles E. 


2154. 




' ' James 




Haslan 


William \ 
Ann (Whitson) J 


3155. 




" Mary 


180. 


t i 


2156. 




Benjamin 


332. 


H 


Catharine 




Hood. 


David 1 


328. 


t i 


Elizabeth 


190. 


. ( 


Anna M. (Whitson) i 




Hawley 


. Jetse • 




.( 


James \ 


1834. 


<( 


Adaline (Windie) i 


1063. 


1. 


Ruth T. (Way) i 


2073. 


ii 


Emmarene T., m. 




Hoopi 


s, Israel \ 
Susanna (Jackson) / 


2074. 


It 


William S. 


829. 


• i 


2075. 


n 


Lydia Louisa 




(< 


Tliomas T. \ 


2076. 


f ( 


Margaret 


873. 


.4 


Amelia Morris \ 
(Jackson ) ) 


2077. 


i i 


Emza Adelaide 






2078. 


(< 


Homer Lee 


1146. 


(• 


John J. 


2079. 


(> 


Warren Alma 


1147. 


. 1 


Alicf! Mary, m. 


2080. 


(( 


Joseph Emmet 


1148. 


I 1 


Annie Amelia, in. 




Haydock. Daniel W. \ 


1149. 




Hannah Jane 


1362. 


(1 


Elizabeth M.  

(Neave) , 


1 


it 


James ) 






2071. 


<l 


Alfajetta II. (Windie) (' 


1638. 


a 


Emma N. 


2327. 


tl 


Phebe Aranicnta 




Hayes, 


Jacob t 


1 


. ( 


hrael [ley) I 


2361. 


a 


Susanna (Swayne) / 


; 2245. 




Mabel (JackHon-IIaid- \ 



340 



INDEX. 





Hoopes, Jabez 1 


2376. 


(( 


Mary (Jackson) J 


3319. 


<( 


Jane, vi. 


2320. 


(( 


Isaac "I 




(( 


Elizabeth ( Walker) ) 


2321. 


(( 


Margaret, m. 


2322. 


i( 


Eliza, m. 


2323. 


<( 


HaUiday 1 




a 


Sarah Ann {Brown) ( 


2334. 


n 


Mary Ann, m. 


2325. 


li 


Mabel, m. 


2406. 


<< 


Eliza Ann, m. 


3407. 


<( 


Benjamin Lewis 


2408. 


(( 


James .Jackson 1 




(( 


Mary (Nields) / 


3409. 


(i 


Lydia Ann, m. 


2410. 


^i 


Phineas Lewis 1 




(f 


Deborah J. {Fling) / 


2411. 


<( 


Caroline, m. 


2532. 


(( 


Louisa 


2533. 


n 


Mary J., m. 


2534. 


^l 


John W. ) 




<( 


Bachel S. ( Wicker- \ 
sham) ) 


2535. 


t< 


Israel 


3547. 


(( 


Margaret Ann, m. 


2548. 


(( 


Thomas B. ] 




(( 


Annie (Thompson) V 




u 


Rebecca M. {Cooper) ) 


2549. 


(( 


William H. 


2550. 


(( 


Mary W. 


2721. 


(( 


Eliza M. 


3723. 


(< 


Mary J. 


3723. 


(1 


Anna P. 


3734. 


(1 


Edward B. 


3973. 


(( 


Isaac W. 


3990. 


11 


HalUday J. 




Hopkins, Edwin A. } 


469. 


ti 


Mary (Hopper) / 


491. 


K 


Mary Atmore 


493. 


t( 


Milton 


493. 


(( 


Elizabeth 


494. 


(( 


Julia Gibbons 




Hopkins, Abel J. \ 


nil. 


it 


Jane (Canby) / 




Hopper, Isaac T. \ 


434. 


(( 


Hannah (Atmore) / 


468. 


i( 


Isaac 


469. 


(< 


Mary, m. 


470. 


(( 


Thomas 


471. 


a 


Hannah 


488. 


11 


Isaac T. 


489. 


li 


Hannah 


490. 


l( 


Fanny 




Houston, Thomas 1 


307. 


(( 


Susanna (Slocum) / 




Hunt, 


William Bealey \ 
Susanna (Evans) / 


1683. 


(I 



1746. 


<( 




<< 


3421. 


ii. 




(( 


2464. 


i( 


2766. 


a 


2767. 


u 


2768. 


u 


3769. 


(( 




(1 


3770. 


^^ 


3771. 


(( 


3875. 


«( 


3876. 


(( 


3877. 


(• 


3878. 


(( 


3879. 


<( 


3880. 


u 


3064. 


a 


3065. 


n 


3066. 


i( 


3067. 


i( 


3068. 


(1 


3069. 




1116. 

j 


rlUl 


3343. 


mil 

11 


3389. 


t( 




(1 


3390. 


U 




(( 


3391. 


( ( 


3393. 


(( 


3393. 


<( 


3394. 


u 


3394^. 


(( 


2395. 


a 


3396. 


(( 




^^ 


3397. 


n 




u 


3398. 




2299. 


n 


3300. 


it 


3443. 


it 


3443. 


(( 




(( 


3444. 


it 


3445. 


n 




it 




(1 


2446. 


it 




it 


2447. 


ii 


2448. 


a 



Hunt, Thomas 1 

Rachel (Evans) J 

William G. \ 

Phebe Ann (Baily) ( 

Marshall \ 

Almira (Haines) i 

Mary Elizabeth, m. 

Anna B. 

Victoria W., m. 

John James ) 

Sallie {Lewis) J 

William C. 

Phebe Anna 

Margaret A. 

Emma W. 

Rebecca E. 

Edwin M. 

Mary C. 

Sarah S. 

Bertha 

Alice 

John 

James 

Sallie 

William 
Hutchinson^ Thomas T. "t 

" Elgarda (Harlan) / 

n, Joseph \ 

Sarah (Jackson) / 
Joel ) 

Sarah {Hartley) / 

Benjamin \ 

Elizabeth M. {Dungan) ) 

Isaac J. 

Phebe, m. 

Mary 

Mabel, m. 

HaUiday J. 

Margaret, m. 

WUliam ) 

Rachel {Kirk) j 

.Jabez \ 

Rebecca {Brown) J 

.Jacob I 

Rebecca {Pyle) j 

Sarah, m. 

Kersey 

Elizabeth, m. 

Jackson 1 

Ohristianna {Bird) / 

Thomas 

Joseph ] 

Jane M. {Jarvis) [ 

Catharine A. {Taylor) ) 

Hartley I 

Elizabeth {Callahan)) 

Jane, m. 

Mary 



INDEX. 



841 



2449. Hutton, Isaac 1 




3087. Hutton, ISIary Elizabeth 




' Rachel (MeMinn) j 


3088. 


' Elmore 


2450. ^ 


' Benjamin "] 
' Mary Matilda ( Gimon) 






I. 


2451. ' 


' Ann (Carpenter) 

' Susan Selina ( Worrall) 

' Joel 1 




Irwin, Samuel ) 
52. " Mary (Moore) i 




' Elisa Ann (Loughhead) / 




J. 


2452. ' 


' William ) 
' (I^ong) i 






1. Jackson, Anthony 


2453. ' 


Levi 


2. ' 


' Isaac 1 


2466. • 


Elisha 




' Ann (Evans) j 


2467. ' 


' Sarah A. 


3. 


' Rebecca, m. 


2468. ' 


' Mary Amelia, m. 


4. 


' Thomas i 


2469. ' 


' Mabel 




* Mary (Boardman ) i 


2470. ' 


' Anna 


5. 


' Isaac 


2814. ' 


' James M. ~l 
' Susan (Ewing) ) 


6. 


' Alice, //». 




7. 


' William ) 
' Katharine (Miller) ) 


2815. • 


' Samuel ) 
' Annie B. (Ewing) j 






8. 


' Mary, m. 


2816. ' 


' Mary E. , m. 


9. 


' James | 


2817. ' 


' William ) 
' Maria (Lockard) j 




Hannah (Miller) { 




11. 


John (^ 


2818. ' 


' Sarah C. 




Sarah (Miller) i 


2820. ' 


' Joel J. 


12. 


' Isaac 


2821. ' 


' Thomas S. 


389. 


' Anne, m. 


2822. ' 


' William S. 


390. 1 


' Isaac 1 


2823. ' 


Mary Jane 




' Sarah ( Watson) ( 


2824. ' 


' Carrie F. , m. 


391. 


• Hannah, m. 


2825. ' 


' Joel 


392. 


' Joseph \ 


2826. ' 


' Joseph 




' Mary (Fennel) )' 


2827. ' 


' Charles D. 


393. 


' Elizabeth, in. 


2828. 


' Walter S. 


394. 


' Thomas 


2829. 


' George F. 




Eliza (Pearson) ) 


2830. ' 


' Sarah C. 




' Bridget (Robinson) f 


2881 


' William 


395. 


' Mary 


2832. ' 


' David 


396. 


' William i 


2834. ' 


' Hugh 




' Sarah ( Cowman) ( 


2835. ' 


' Emma 


403. 


' Mary, m. 


2836. ' 


' Kersey 


404. 


' Ann, m. 


2837. ' 


' Elizabeth 


405. 


' Hannah, ?/». 


2838. ' 


' Reuben 


406. 


' Thomas 


2839. * 

2840. ' 


' Benjamin 
' Charles S. 


415. 


' Thomas \ 
' Rachel ( Malcomson j i 


2841. ' 


' Sarah E. 


416. 


' Elizabeth 


2842. ' 

2843. ' 


' Mary Ann 
' Jennie E., m. 


417. 1 


' Abraham i 
' Anne (Broadheud) { 


2843. ' 

2844. ' 


' Hugh H. \ 
' Jennie E. (Hutton) j 
' Lucy 


419. 1 


' Mary, m. 

' Joseph • 

' Sarah (Millar) ( 


2845. ' 


' Delphina 


420. 


' Hannah, //*. 


3075. ' 

3076. ' 


1 TJ 

' Ida 

' Samuel J. 


427. • 


' Thomas 1 
Sally Milner ( 


3077. ' 
3078. 


' Martin J. 
' Winslow 


428. 


' Anthony 1 
Elizabeth { Pirn) f 


3079. ' 


' John E. 


429. ' 


' Mary, m. 


3085. 


' Caroline S. 


430. ' 


' Alar^'aret 


3086. ' 


' Fannie A. 




431. 


* Ann 



J42 




INDEX. 




433. 


Jacksou 


, Mary 


719. Jackson, James ) 


433. 


<( 


Elizabeth, m. 




' Mary (Jackson) ( 


443. 


(( 


Mary 


720. 


Ann, m. 


444. 


It 


William 


721. 


' Elizabeth 


451. 


i t 


Thomas | 
Lydia N. {Ridgioay) j 


722. 


' Thomas 




n 


723. 


' William \ 


452. 


n 


Samuel Pirn j 




' Hannah (Seaman) i 




ii 


Sarah {Birkett-Uud- > 
son) ) 


724. 


' John \ 
' Mary (Harlan) ( 


453. 


a 


Margaret Penrose, m. 


725. 


' Katharine 


454. 


li 


Elizabeth 


726. 


' Katharine, m. 


455. 


a 


John Pim \ 


727. 


' Hannah, m. 




ii 


Sarah (Bell) j 


728. 


' Joseph 


456. 


a 


Anne 




' Gulielma Maria 
( Waters) 


457. 


ii 


Christiana 




472. 


(1 


Georgianna Eliza, m. 




' Rachel Artridge \ 


473. 


(( 


Elizabeth Pim, m. 




(Plummer) ) 


474. 


(( 


Anthony Thomas ) 


729. 


' William 1 
' Phebe ( Toxonsend) 1 




<( 


Elizabeth G. ( Greives) / 




475. 


ii 


Wm. Ridgway ^ 


730. 


' Mary 




a 


Elizabeth ( Uprich- [ 


731. 


' Hannah 






ard) ) 


732. 


Catharine 


476. 


(( 


Lydia, m. 


733. 


' Catharine, m. 


477. 


(( 


Gilbertina Newsom 


734. 


' Susanna, m. 


478. 


a 


Elizabeth Sarah, m. 


735. 


' Isaac 


479. 


ii 


Samuel Pim ] 


736. 


' Phebe 




(( 


Emma Louisa (Bod- > 


737. 


' Alice, m. 






shon) } 


738. 


' Rebecca, m. 


480. 


ii 


Charlotte, m. 


739. 


' Samuel 


481. 


ii 


Albert ) 
Maria (Knott) i 


( 


' Elizabeth C. (Barker) 




(( 


740. 


' Lydia, m. 


482. 


t( 


George Frederick 


741. 


' Catharine 


483. 


it 


John Pim 


742. 


Susanna, m'. 


484. 


ii 


Octavia 


743. 


' Mary 


485. 


a 


Sarabella, m. 


744. 


' Ephraim 1 


486. 


ii 


Antoinette Eliza, m. 




* Elizabeth (Hollings- 


487. 


<( 


Susau Matilda 




worth) J 


495. 


li 


Lillie 


745. 


' Sarah 


496. 


i 1 


Rachel Greives 


746. 


' James ") 
' Ann ( Cooper) j 


497. 


it 


Thomas 


' 


498. 


ii 


Newsom 


747. 


Josiah 1 
' Mary (Sharpless) f 


499. 


li 


Percival 


' 


500. 


(1 


Anthony 


748. 


' Alice, m. 


501. 


<( 


Oswald Egbert 


749. 


' Thomas ) 


502. 


i( 


Hannah Maria XJprich- 


* 


' Jane ( Griffith) / 






ard \ 


759. 


Joel ) 
' Alice (Morris) / 


503. 


<< 


Newsom 




504. 


<( 


Mary Margaret Uprich- 
ard 


760. 


Israel ) 
' Sarah L. ( Taylor) / 


505. 


t( 


William U. 


761. 


' Isaiah 


506. 


(• 


Elizabeth 


762. 


' Hannah J., m,. 


507. 


a 


Gilbertina Newsom 


763. 


' Lydia, m. 


508. 


n 


Ellen Victoria 


764. 


William 1 


509. 


ii 


Samuel Pim 




' Rebecca ( Taylor) f 


510. 


a 


Margaret Emma 


765. 


' Catharine, m. 


718. 


(( 


Isaac 

Hannah (Miller) 

Hannah (Jackson) j 


772. 


' Richard P. 

' Mary Sophia  
( Ward) ) 




(( 






t( 





INDEX. 



343 



773. 

774. 
775. 
776. 

777. 

778. 

817. 
818. 
819. 
830. 
821. 

829. 
830. 
831. 
832. 

833. 
834. 
835. 
836. 

837. 
838. 
839. 
840. 
841. 

843. 
843. 

844. 
845. 

846, 

847. 

848. 
850. 

851. 

865. 
866. 
867. 
868. 



869. 
870. 
871. 
872. 
873. 

874. 
875. 



Jackson, Isaac Lewis 

Artridge P., m. 

Hannah Rebecca 

Rachel Ann 

Isaac W. ^ 

Elizabeth {Pomeroy) j 

William \ 

Emma {Jerome) j 

Mary Elizabeth 

Ehzabeth 

Anna 

William Arthur 

Francis Aristides \ 

Mary (Griffltts) j 

Susanna, m. 

Martha, m. 

Miller 

Haines | 

Ruth (Heald}-1 

Sarah M.. m. 

Lydia 

Rebecca 

John C. \ 

Rebecca (Preston) j 

Lydia P., m. 

William Miller 

Mary Ann. m. 

Jeremiah 

James M. | 

Margaret J. (Maar) j 

Alice W. 7n. 

Edith, m. 

Mary, m. 

Caleb S. i^ 

Mary Ann (Cfause) j 

James \ 

Abigail {Rakestraw) j 



William S 
Susanna ( Chambers) 
Ruhaney, m. 
James C. \ 

Amelia {Spencer) / 
John G. 

Elizabeth P. (Baily) 
Mary Ann, m. 
Alice Ann 
Catharine, m. 
Jonathan Morri.s 1 
Eleanor J. {Scott) > 
Margaret { Wright) ) 
Eliza, m. 
John 

Hannah, m. 
Amelia Morris, m. 
Joseph T. 1 

Mary G. {Gray) / 
Lydia Ann, m. 
John \ 

Massey {Lownes) | 



I 



876. 


Jackson, Maria 


877. 


'* Rebecca, m. 


878. 


" Sarah, m. 


879. 


' ' Israel 1 
" Jaiw. (Taylor) I 




880. 


" Harlan 


884. 


Mary T., m. 


885. 


" Emolino, m. 


886. 


" Alice, m. 


887. 


" Elizabeth, »i. 


888. 


" Isaiah, 


889. 


" Isaac 1 




EIU71 S. (Coates) I 


890. 


Rebeccji T. 


891. 


" Catharine, in. 


904. 


•' William Samuel 


905. 


Isabel 


906. 


" Lewis 


907. 


Elizabeth W. 


908. 


" Cordelia 


912. 


" Wm. Ayi-ault 


913. 


George Pomeroy 


914. 


" Gertrude Robinson 


915. 


" Julia, in. 


916. 


'• Elizabeth Heart, m. 


917. 


'' Mary Jerome 


918. 


" Emma Jeronjc, m. 


964. 


" Elizabeth 


965. 


■' Helen 


966. 


" Rebecca 


967. 


" Mary 


968. 


" Auna 


969. 


'• Catharine 


1024. 


William P. 


1025. 


" Eliza Ann 


1026. 


" John 


1027. 


Edwiu P. 1 




" Mary J. ( Yeatman) ) 


1028. 


" Isaac P. \ 




Pliebe A. (Painon) / 


1029. 


Philona P. 


1 1030. 


" Deborah 


1047. 


" .lames R. 


1048. 


" Kebecca J., in. 


1049. 


" Barclay R. 


1070. 


" Josiah 1 
" Mary (Prict) \ 




1071. 


" Mary (J., in. 


1072.. 


'- Riithaiina, v\. 


1073. 


" William S. | 




lleUn b\ (Hunt- \ 
I^»kt) ) 




1074. 


" Margaret B. 


1075. 


" ilaiinali, r/i. 


1076. 


Cahl. H. 




Anna li. {Taylor) 




Sara 11. (Taylor) 


1077. 


" Alice E., m. 


1078. 


'• .Mary R., m. 



344 



INDEX. 



1079. Jackson, 

1080. 

1081. 

1083. 

1083. 






1084. 



1085. 



1086. 

1087. 

1098. 
1099. 
1100. 
1101. 
1102. 



1103. 

1130. 
1131. 
1133. 
1133. 
1134. 
1135. 
1136. 
1137. 
1138. 
1150. 
1151. 
1153. 
1153. 
1154. 

1155. 

1156. 

1173. 

1173. 

1174. 

1193. 

1194. 

1394. 

1395. 

1396. 

1397. 

1398. 

1448. 

1449. 

1450. 

1451. 

1463. 

1463. 

1464. 












(1 
(( 

u 
(( 
n 
(< 
a 
>( 
u 
(( 
(( 
(( 
(( 
it 
a 
u 



<( 
(( 
(< 

(( 

u 
a 
(( 

<( 
(( 

(( 

u 



•1 



Thomas 
Eliza, m. 
Edith Ann 
Lydia T. 

William L. \ 

Lydia W. ( Walker) / 
Thomas Ellwood | 
Annetta Lucella > 
( WiUia7ns) J 
James Josiah (^ 

Josephine (Davis) J 
Robert A. \ 

Anna (Jackson) j 
Howard II. ^ 

Wilhelmiua Jack- \ 
son) j 

Mary S., m. 
Edward Foulke 
Francis 
Alice W. 
William B. 
Hannah {Clen- 

dennin) 
Thomas \ 

Anna ( Chandler) J 
Alice Mary, m. 
Hannah Rebecca, m. 
Joel 

William S. 
John M. 

Walter Davis 

Ida May. 

Henry E. 

EvaE. 

Lydia A., m. 

Martha G. 

Sallie, m. 

Rebecca L. 

Joseph L. \ 

Anna E. (Rice) j 

Anna E. 

Anna, m. 

Joseph T. 

Elizabeth, m. 

Saidie 

Lora C. 

William E. 

Emma 

Anna R. 

William 

Joseph P. 

Martha P. 

Helen 

Dugald 

John Price 

William B. 

Alice Rebecca 

Huson Taylor 

Caleb Samuel 



1477. Jackson, 
1478. 



1479. 


tl 


1480. 


(( 


1481. 


It 


1483. 


a 


1483. 


(t 


1484. 


(( 


1485. 


(( 


1486. 


<( 


1487. 


<( 


1488. 


ti 


1489. 


(< 


1490. 


a 


1491. 


<( 


1493. 


(< 


1493. 


(( 


1494. 


<( 


1495. 


u 


1598. 


(1 


1599. 


<( 


2233. 


(i 


2384. 


(> 




(1 




(( 


OOQin 


i( 



2236. 

2237. 
2238. 






2239. 


f ( 


2240. 


K 




11 


2243. 


a 


3244. 


(( 




(< 




(( 


2245. 


u 


2253. 


(( 


2254. 


i( 


2255. 


(( 


2256. 


(( 


2257. 


a 


2258. 


n 


2259. 


ii. 


2260. 


u 


2270. 


C( 


2371. 


(( 


2272. 


(i 


2273. 


t i. 


2274. 


(( 


2275. 


'( 




(< 




u 


2276. 


'( 


2286. 


(( 


2287. 


(t 



Walter 

James Wilbur 

Hannah 

.James 

Mary T. 

James Norwood 

Thomas Baker 

Abner Davis 

Abigail 

William Andrew 

John Howard 

Elizabeth Jane 

Robert Armstrong 

Washington Monroe 

Frampton Clarence 

Emma Eugenia 

Oliver McCoUough 

Idella May 

Alfred H. 

Elizabeth Massey 

Marie E. 

Rachel M., m. 

Lsaac ] 

Phebe (Halliday) V 

Sarah {Jackson) ) 

Hannah, m. 

John 1 

Susannah {Jackson) f 

Sarah, m. 

James ) 

Mary ( Cloud) > 

Elizabeth { Cloud) ) 

Ann, m. 

Thomas \ 

Margaret ( Chandler) j 

Sarah, m. 

Halliday 1 

,Iane (Hough) > 

Ann (Paschall) ) 

Mabel, m. 

Rachel 

Sarah 

Alice 

Susanna 

John 

.Joseph 

Samuel 

Thomas 

Joshua 

Rachel 

Sarah, m. 

Ann, m. 

Mary 

Thomas ] 

Eliza (Warner) \ 

Mary ( Warner) J 

Mary, m- 

Jane 

John 



INDEX. 



345 



2288. Jackson, George 

2301. " Jaco5 I 

EstTier L. (TJiomas) f 

Mary H., m. 

Thomas H. 

Isaac 

John 1 

Eac?iel T. {Tyson) ( 

William i 

Elizabeth H. (Clapp) j 

Eliza H., w. 

Phebe, to. 

HaUiday ^ 

Caroline {Hoo'pes) j- 

Emily (Eoopes) ) 

Jane, to. 

Sarah H. 

Gibson P. 

James 

Mary, to. 

Ann Eliza 

Eliza Emma, to. 

Wm. Andrew , 

Josiah \ 

Lydia Ann (Hoopes) j 

Isaac L. 

John H. \ 

Mary P. (Hay) ( 

Ephraim 1 

Sarah P. (Levis) f 

Isaac 

Henrietta, to. 

John 

Warner 

Lydia 

Edward C. 

Mary C, m. 

Elizabeth C, m. 

Caroline 

Thomas H. 

Edward 

HaUiday 

Caroline H. 

John 

Marian 

Esther L. 

Caroline 

Henry 

Thomas ) 

Anna R. (Chandler) j 
Jacob, Samuel \ 

" Hannah (Jackson) / 
Joseph 
Joshua 
Samuel 
William 

Thomas Jackson 
Mary 







2802. 




2303. 




2304. 




2305. 








2306. 








2307. 




2308. 




2310. 












2311. 




2312. 




2313. 




2401. 




2402. 




2403. 




2404. 




2405. 








2409. 




2475. 




2476. 








2477. 








2483. 




2484. 




2485. 




2486. 




2487. 




2488. 




2489. 




2490. 




2491. 




2504. 




2505. 




2506. 




2507. 




2508. 




2896. 




2897. 




2898. 




2899. 





2948. 

420. 
445. 
446. 
447. 
448. 
449. 
450. 



<< 








Jam^s, Edwin ) 


1829. 


<i 


Sidney (Chalfaut) ( 


2060. 


a 


John Marshall 




Janney, Elisha \ 


545. 


a 


Mary (Gibson) / 


633. 


(( 


Ruth 


633. 


(( 


Albina 


634. 


(1 


John 


635. 


i( 


Mary 


636. 


Cl 


Anna 


637. 


c( 


James 


638. 


it 


Aquilla 


639. 


(i 


Cornelia 


640. 


(( 


Nathaniel 


641. 


C( 


Elisha 


642. 


(( 


Charles 




u 


Moses ) 
P.eulah (Thomas) j 


768. 


li 




11 


Tfiomas \ 


790. 


<( 


Mary (Kimber) ) 


929. 


( ( 


Anna M., m. 


930. 


1( 


Emmor K. ) 
Mary (CogyetJutll) j 




(I 


1261. 


a 


Marianna 


1262. 


(( 


Thomas 




Jesaup, Edward \ 


1171. 


(< 


Sarah Jack.son(Ladloy) ) 


1606. 


(( 


Edward Harlan 




Johnson, Simon \ 


1686. 


<( 


Ann (Wiudle)/ 


1782. 


i< 


Lewis 


1783. 


i( 


Joshua 


1784. 


(( 


ITettio, m. 


1785. 


(( 


William 


1786. 


'( 


Mary, to. 


1787. 


li 


Lydia 


1788. 


 < 


Simon 




X 


Wesley C. 


2652. 


(( 


Emmareno (Entri- 
ken) 




JoneSy 


George W. \ 


1735. 


(< 


Ellen B. (Windlo) ( 




li 


William 1 
Phebe (Rowan) i 


2252. 


(( 


2351. 


(< 


Rachel 


2352. 


li 


Mary Ann, to. 


23.03. 


a 


William Miller 


2354. 


<< 


Elizalxjth, to. 


2355. 


<l 


Penninf^m ^ 




a 


Anna U. (Ilfntinglon) | 


2^06. 


u 


Joseph 


2357. 


a 


Sophia 


3358. 


a 


Martha 




l< 


William 7). \ 


3437. 


ti 


Ann Louisa (Haily) i 


2580. 


(( 


Mary Frll 


2.581. 


(( 


Wm. Miller 


2.582. 


<( 


Howard C'linUm 



24 



346 

2583. 

2584. 
2585. 
2807. 
2908. 
2809. 
2810. 

68. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139. 



1702. 

676. 
703. 

1838. 

2374. 
2642. 
2643. 



INDEX. 



Jones, Fannie Cole 
" Matilda E. 
" Edward B. 
" Joel B. 
" Susan L. 
Fanny L. 
" William D. 
Kearns, Levi 

Deborah (Stait) i 
Annie, 7n, 
" Rebecca 
' ' Samuel 
" Deborah 



(I 



\ 



K. 



Keller, 



2644. 
2645. 

734. 

785. 
786. 

787. 
788. 

789. 
790. 
791. 
792. 
793. 
794. 

795. 
927. 
928. 
931. 
932. 
933. 
934. 

1945. 
2157. 

2362. 
2592. 
2593. 



Polly (Windle)l 
Kelley, Moses \ 

" Hannah M. (Gibson) i 
" Isaac 

" William 1 

" Lydia Ann (Windle) / 
Kendall, Gibbons I 

Eliza (Woodward) / 
Philena 

Caspar | 

Emma Matilda > 
{Johnson) j 
Emma W. 
" Mary Emma 
Kimber, Emmor I 

" Susanna (Jackson) j 
Anna, m. 
Isaac 
William 
Samuel 






2594. Kinsey, Elizabeth 



2595. 




Elizabeth 


2596. 




John W. 


2597. 




Margaret Ann. m. 


2598. 




Philena 


2599. 




Sarah 


2600. 




William Baker ) 
Ada L. ( Wingell) / 






2601. 




Mary 


2602. 




Anna 


2603. 




Edward W. 1 
Sarah Jane {Riley) j 






2604. 




Emma 



2409. 

2947. 
3089. 
3090. 
3091. 

878. 
1168. 
1169. 
1170. 



(I 






Susan {Konigmaclier) j 

Abby 

Mary, m. 

Susanna 

Emmor J. 

Martha 

Henry ) 

Jane {Henry) } 

Gertrude, m. 

William Henry 

Elizabeth 

Sarah P., m. 

Jean, m. 

Abby 

Emmor 
King, Edward \ 

" Mary (Evans) j 
" Irving 
Kinsey, John 

" Margaret (Woodward) / 

' ' Samuel 

" Caleb Pusey 



(I 
(( 

u 
(( 
l( 
it 
u 
tl 
(< 






1171. 


( ( 


1601. 


a 


1602. 


(( 


1603. 


u 


1604. 


(I 


1605. 


a 




Lano 


2018. 


<( 


2204. 


n 


2205. 


ii 


2206. 


^^ 


2207. 


<( 


918. 


Lap? 


1248. 


(( 


1249, 


li 


1250. 


(( 



\ 



1062. 

916. 

1246. 
1247. 



919, 
1251. 
1252 
1253 



L. 

Lackey, William \ 

" Lydia Ann (Hoopes) J 
Lacy, Oeorge B. I 

Sarah W. (Chandler)/ 
Edward C. 
Anna R. 
" Frank K. 
Ladley, George \ 

" Sarah (Jackson) j 
" Joel Swayne 
" Adelaide Elizabeth 
" Joshua Harlan I 
" Abbie {Oarrett) j 
Sarah Jackson, m. 
Charles P. 
George 
Edward 
Arthur 
Adelaide 

Jacob O. \ 

Mary S. (Windle) / 
SaUie W. 
Taylor W. 
Jennie N, 
J. Herbert 
Lapham, Smith Gurney 

Emma Jerome (Jack- 
son) 
William Gi-ay 
Annie 
Wm. Gray 
Larkin, David \ 

Phebe Ann (Way) j 
Lawrence, Samuel B. ) 

" Elizabeth Hart V 
(Jackson) j 
" Gertrude Jackson 
*' Angelica Hamilton 
Lea, Joseph 1 

Susanna (Massey) j 
Anna M., m. 
Florence 
Frances, m. 



(I 



INDEX. 



Ul 



1254. 


Lea, 


Bertha, m. 




1367. 


Lewis 


, Charlton T. 


1255. 


(( 


Gertrude, m. 


1268. 


<( 


Elizabeth Dike 


1356. 


(( 


Julia 


1278. 


1 i 


JohnT. 


1257. 


(( 


Marion 


1379. 


ti 


Emma Adclia 




Leeds, Barclay B. \ 


1280. 


n 


William J. 


1938. 


a 


Mary (Maule) j 


1381. 


(i 


Minnie Lavalottc 


2148. 


<( 


Norris E. 




(( 


Curtis J. \ 
Ruth (Windlo) f 


2149. 


(( 


Arthur N. 


1818. 


11 


2150. 


<( 


Albert E. 


3037. 


(( 


Elizabeth J. 




Lewis, Enoch "j 


3038. 


l( 


Emmarene T. 


737. 


(( 


Alice (Jacksou) |^ 


3029. 


(( 


Mary W. 


763. 


a 


Lydia (Jackson) J 


2030. 


•• 


Sharplcss W. 


797. 


it 


Joseph J. 




2031. 


<i 


Harry Hickman 




(< 


Mary Sinton {Miner) 




3032. 


ti 


Cui-tis J. 




(1 


Sarah (Jones) 






(< 


Andrew \ 




.1 


Phebe Ann (Brooks) J 




3455. 


(( 


Sarah (Haines) / 


798. 


(( 


Hannah, to. 


3846. 


(( 


Frederick W. ) 


799. 


(< 


Sarah 




<• 


Isadora Olivia ( Wilson) i 


800. 


<< 


Evan J. 


3847. 


(( 


Mabel A. 


801. 


<< 


Enoch J. 


3848. 


(1 


Mary Emma, m. 


803. 


t< 


William J. ] 


3849. 


t i 


Luci-etia M. 




(( 


Mary (Hippie) j- 


3850. 


(( 


Milton T, \ 




(( 


Jane D. (Coursen) J 




c* 


Isadore (Ross) ( 


804. 


(< 


Alice 


3851. 


a 


Clara J. 


805. 


<( 


Alice 


3853. 


(( 


Eva Alice 


806. 


(1 


Charles 


3853. 


ti 


Harvey H. 


807. 


(( 


John J. ) 
Margaret Ann ( Wilde) ( 


3854. 


<( 


Willis 0. 




(( 


3855. 


.1 


Charles L. 


808. 


tc 


Heni-y J. } 
Mary Ann (Lewis) f 


3856. 


a 


Jeremiah B. 




(( 


3857. 


(( 


Sarah 


809. 


(( 


Edward J. 1 

Eliza A. (Shores) f 


3858. 


(( 


Virginia 




(( 




Linville, Sylvester { 


810. 


(( 


Mary J. 


134. 


(( 


Sarah (Walker) ( 


939. 


(< 


Anna Meredith, to. 




Logan, John [ 


940. 


(( 


Letitia Miner, to. 


527. 


a 


Alice (Gibson) ( 


941. 


(< 


Charles Miner. 


573. 


(( 


Alfred 


943. 


(( 


Charlton Thomas I 
Nannie (McKeen) / 


573. 


(( 


Samuel 




(( 


574. 


i( 


John 


943. 


<( 


Josephine J., to. 




Low, 


Charles A. \ 
Bertha (Lea) ( 


944. 


(( 


Enoch Edward 


1354. 


(( 


945. 


u 


Mary Ellen, to. 


1633. 


(( 


Robeson 


946. 


(( 


Frederick William 


1634. 


(1 


Josephine 


947. 


(( 


Alice Cathai-ine, to. 








948. 


(( 


Willie Rosalie 






M. 


949. 


it 


WiUiam H. ) 
AdeliaR. (Tibben) f 










(( 




Mac Veagh, Wayne __ ) 


950. 


u 


Whitfield J. 


940. 




" Lotitia Miner V 


951. 


(< 


Edith 






(Lewis) ) 


953. 


(1 


Alice 


1364. 




" Lincoln 


953. 


It 


Wm. Edward 


1365. 




•• CharlcH Miner 


954. 


(( 


Frank 




Malcomson, Jiumh ) 


955. 


1( 


Charles Berti-am 


485. 




" Sarabclla (.lack- 


956. 
957. 




Margaret 
Emma G. 




Manly, Thovuu Wintlow \ 


958. 


ii 


Mary Ellen 

Levi ) 


460. 


" Mary ((Jroci) ( 
Munter, Walter \ 


1176. 


i< 


Williamanna (Mona-  


480. 


'« t^harlotte (.JackHon) ( 
Marth, John |"on) | 


1266. 


1( 


Joseph ^ 




486. 


•• 


Antoinette Elixa (.lack- ( 



818 



INDEX. 





Marshall, WULiam \ 


1320. 


Matthews, AunaT. 


219. 


(( 


Deboi-ah \ 


1321. 


(i 


Virginia 




u 


Pennock \ 
Mary (Phillips) ( 


1322. 


(( 


Charles 


974. 


(( 


1590. 


t( 


Alice Amelia 


1294. 


(( 


Alice, m. 


1632. 


t< 


Lillio Mary 


1295. 


.( 


Charles 




Maule, 


Benjamin \ 


1296. 


1( 


Helen R. 


1761. 


n 


Margaret (Evans) ( 


1297. 


(1 


Clara 


1936. 


t( 


Ann E. 




(< 


William E. \ 


1937. 


<< 


Isaac 


1836. 


<l 


Louisa S. (Windlc) ) 


1938. 


t( 


Maiy, m. 


2094. 


(1 


Emza P>., m. 


1939. 


• (t 


Emily 


2095. 


u 


Non-is E. 


1940. 


l( 


Margaret 


2090. 


(( 


William D. 


1941. 


(1 


Jane 


2097. 


(( 


Lydia J. 


1942. 


t< 


Hannah 


2098. 


<( 


Emmor T. 




>( 


Penrose \ 


2099. 


(< 


Mary E. 


2753. 


<( 


Emma Louisa (Cooixjr) i 


2100. 


l( 


Maria P. 




Maxfield, Joseph \ 


2101. 


u 


Laura P. 


2249. 


(k 


Sarah (Rowan) | 




ti 


Ellis P. \ 


2337. 


if 


William R. 


2413. 


11 


Anna B. (Bartram) ) 


2338. 


(1 


Moses 


2725. 


u 


Auua B., 


2339. 


(1 


Susanna, m. 




Massey 


, Robert V. \ 
Anna (Kimber) J 


2340. 


(< 


Stephen 


785. 


n 


2341. 


<t 


Sai-ah 


919. 


<< 


Susanna, m. 


2342. 


(( 


Mary 


920. 


<( 


Emmor ) 
Marion 7. {Lehman) ] 


2343. 


« 


Joseph ) 




(< 




it 


Williamina (Mslier) i 


921. 


(( 


George 


2563. 


« 


Stephen M. 


922. 


(( 


Robert V. \ 
Julia W. {Pratt) / 


2564. 


(1 


Franklin F. 




<( 




Maxwell, John M. \ 


923. 


'• 


William 


203. 


u 


Anne E. (Moore) / 


924. 


(( 


Edwin 


359. 


(( 


Robert M. 


925. 


i( 


Anna 


360. 


t( 


Sadie H. 


926. 


u 


Henry 




n 


John S. 


1258. 


(1 


Susan 


867. 


c( 


Catharine S. (Jack- 


1259. 


<l 


Anna 






son) 


1260. 


<( 


Celeste D. 


1127. 


(( 


Robert I 
Fanny {Hannum) / 




Mattern, David \ 




(( 


3100. 


(1 


Mary M. (Way) / 


1128. 


(( 


Alice M., m. 


3135. 


(( 


Anna M. 


1129. 


<( 


Harriet 


3136. 


(( 


Mary 




McClurg, James \ 




Matthews, George \ 


2180. 


n 


Mary J. (Walker) / 


141. 


(( 


Sarah (Starr)/ 




Mc Or acken, James T. ) 


242. 


<< 


Anna R. 


2073. 




" Emmarene T. \ 
(Hawley) j 


243. 


& i 


Mary L. 






244. 


u 


George Emma 


2229. 




«» Lizzie Etta 


245. 


(( 


Thomas Starr 


2230. 




" George William 




(( 


Pierson \ 
Elva (Whitson) / 




McFadgen, Joseph Jones \ 


288. 


(( 


171. 


(( 


Rachel M. / 




(t 


Daniel ) 
Sarah Ann (Phillips) / 


278. 


(( 


Elizabeth J. 


987. 


(( 


279. 


<( 


Sarah Rebecca 




(( 


Willia7n 1 


280. 


(( 


Phebe Ann 


1148. 


<( 


Annie Amelia [ 


281. 


(( 


Cyrus W. 






(Hoopes) j 




it 


Benjamin \ 
Mary E. (Moore) J 


1316. 


(i 


Emma A., m. 


3114. 


u 


1317. 


14 


Joanna 




McFarland, Isaac P. \ 


1318. 


(( 


William T. 


2522. 


(I 


Sarah (Hadley) / 


1319. 


<( 


Clarkson P. | 




McOee, 


Edward \ 
Sarah (Woodward) ) 




(( 


Mary Virginia > 


2379. 


a 






(Boyston) ) 


2657. 


«c 


Elizabeth 



INDEX. 



849 



2658. 
2659. 
2660. 
2661. 
2662. 
2663. 
2664. 

945. 

1932. 

2146. 
2147. 

768. 
899. 

2406. 

2712. 
2713. 
2714. 

2715. 
2716. 
2717. 
2718. 
2719. 
2720. 
3026. 
3027. 
3038. 
3039. 
3030. 
3031. 
3032. 
3033. 
3034. 
3035. 

2547. 

2987. 
2988. 
2989. 

798. 

2396. 

1251. 

3118. 



287. 
373. 
374. 



1 



:1 



McGee, Phebe Ann, m. 
" Catharine 
" Philena 
" Sarah 
" Margaret 
" Emeline 
" Mary Hannah 
McKeen, James \ 

" Mary Ellen (Lewis) ( 
MoPIterson, Dr. 

" Elizabeth (Wal- 

lace) 
John B. 
Sarah 
Mendenhall, Jacob \ 

" Beulah (Thomas) / 

" Hannah S., wj. 

" James 

" Eliza Ann 

(Hoopes) 
" Thomas 

" Mary Elizabeth, m. 

' ' James Hoopes ) 

" Caroline {Huff)] 

" Lydia Ann 

" Sarah, m. 

" Caroline, m. 

" Joseph Smith 

" Emma Smith m. 

" Eliza, m. 

" Caroline Sarah 

James Hoopes 
Willis Edwin 
" WiUis Edmoncl 

" Phineas W. 

" Eliza Jane 

" Eustace 

" Mary Ellen 

" Malin 

" Gertrude 

Mercer, Thomas "j 

" Margaret Ann j- 
(Hoopes) j 
Mary Ella 
Thompson H. 
" Anna S. 
Meredith, Isaac \ 

Hannah (Lewis) / 
Daniel \ 

" Sarah (Hannum) / 
Merritt, Henry \ 

" Anna M. (Lea)/ 
Michener, Ezra ) 

Elizabeth E. \ 
(Moore) j 
Miller, William T. \ 

" Anna (Whitson) / 
" Willie W. 
" George H. 












375. 


Millei 


, Anna M. 


376. 


(( 


Elva 




a 


John F. \ 
Rebecca E. ( Buckle v) ( 


1046. 


(t 




Milner, Nathan \ ' 


871. 


u 


Hannah (Jackson) ( 


1144. 


11 


Alice Hannah, ?/*. 


1145. 


(( 


Joel 




Mitchell, Joseph \ 


830. 


<( 


Martha (Jackson- > 
Dixon) \ 




ii 


Thomas | 
Mabel (Hoopes) ) 


2325. 


(t 




li 


Thomas \ 
EUza (HatUcy) / 


2520. 


(< 


2553. 


i( 


Israel H. 


2554. 


(( 


Sarah Jane 


2555. 


(( 


Hannah Mary, in. 


2556. 


i( 


Joseph H. 


2557. 


(i 


Martha J. 


3953. 


(( 


Mabel Anna 


2954. 


(< 


M. Shepherd 


2955. 


(( 


John T. 


2956. 


ii 


Hadley 




Monaghan, James \ 


762. 




' Hannah (Jackson) ( 


881. 




' John J. ) 
' Mary (Harlan) j 






882. 




' William ) 
' Hannah {Blake) ] 






883. 




' Hannah, m. 


1175. 




' Hannah J ., m. 


1176. 




' Williamanna, m. 




Moore 


James \ 
Anne (Starr) / 


13. 


it 




<( 


Andrew \ 
Rebecca (Starr) j 


18. 


<( 


23. 


i< 


Andrew | 




(( 


Ruth (Dirdsall) j 


24. 


(( 


Rebecca, m. 


25. 


(( 


Jeremiah 


26. 


u 


Mary 


27. 


II 


James 


28. 


u 


Ann, m. 


35. 


<1 


Jeremiah | 




(( 


Phebe {Jones) ) 


36. 


(( 


Rachel, m. 


37. 


it 


James | 




u 


Lydifi {ijfuirjiUss) ( 


38. 


(i 


Andrew 


39. 


(1 


Isaac 1 




t( 


Lydia ( WiUon) i 


40. 


It 


Thoma.s 


45. 


t< 


Elizabeth 


46. 


li 


Ann, m. 


47. 


II 


Elizabeth 


48. 


II 


Ruth, m. 


49. 


II 


Sanih, n». 


50. 


u 


Rebecca 



350 



INDEX. 



51. Moore, 


52. 


i( 


53. 


(( 


54. 


(( 


55. 


(> 




(< 


59. 


(( 




<( 


63. 


11 




i( 


73. 


(k 


79. 




92. 


(1 


93. 


n 


94. 


ii 


95. 


(( 


96. 


CI 


97. 


u 




<( 


98. 


(( 


99. 


1 1 


100. 


(( 


111. 


(< 


112. 


<< 


113. 


>( 


114. 


(( 


115. 


n 


116. 


n 


117. 


(( 


118. 


(( 


119. 


n 


120. 


n 




a 


167. 


a 


192. 


u 


193. 


(( 


194. 


i( 




(( 


195. 


a 




(( 


203. 


<( 


204. 


(( 




i( 


205. 


it 


263. 


n 


264. 


(( 


265. 


K 


266. 


a 




a 


267. 


(( 


351. 


n 


352. 


11 


353. 


i( 


354. 


ii 


355. 


(( 


361. 


u 


362. 


<( 



,} 



Phebe, m. 

Mary, w. 

Abigail 

Elizabeth 

Cassandra 

Andrew 

Ann (Walker) 

John \ 

Mary (Walker) J 

Samuel \ 

Marianna (Starr) / 

Andrew \ 

Hannah (Whitson) ( 

Mary 

Asahel 

Anna 

Mercy 

Andrew 

Robert \ 

Ann (Rambo) i 

Moses 

Isaac 

Sarah 

Asahel 

Sai-ah 

John Wilson 

Walker 

Samuel Downing 

Benjamin 

Abraham 

Isaac 

Jacob 

Mary Ann, m. 

Isaac \ 

Mary (Whitson) i 

Rebecca 

Joseph Whitson 

Jeremiah Starr \ 

Eliaa (Houston) j 

Thomas A. \ 

Eliza (Kelley) / 

Ann E., m. 

Nathan A. 1 

Ann (Oilbert) / 

Mary 

Rachel Ann 

Anna Mary 

Sarah W. 

Samuel W. \ 

Hettie Roberts {Moore) ) 

Thomas Edwin 

Thomas H. 

Arthur Kelly 

Ella Gertrude 
Clinton T. Whitson 

Charles Starr 

Thomas G. 
Robert P. 



Moore, Ellis P. \ 

Rebecca J. (Phillips) / 

Mary 11. 

Anne 

Ellis P. 

Williatn Penrose ) 

Margaretta J. (Wiudle) / 

Ella E. 

Henrietta W. 

Edwin T. 

W. Park 

LiUy. 

Andrew \ 

Sarah (Wickcrshara) i 

Phebe Ann 

Levi W. I 

Margaret (Carutfiers) J 

Rebecca 

Rachel, m. 

James I 

Lydia (Sharpless) I 

Ajndrew 

Isaac I 

Lydia ( Wilson) ) 

Thomas 1 

Dinah ( Wilson) i 

Rebecca, m. 
Samuel 

Elisha \ 

Ellen {Barber) j 
Ehjah \ 

Sarah {Allen) j 
Sarah, m. 
Moses ) 

Sarah { Ganby) j 
Mary, m. 

Jeremiah "J 

Elizabeth W. {Ely) f 
Andrew 1 

Hannah { Whitson) J 
Thomas \ 

Phebe Jane (Way) / 
Mary E., m. 
Sarah Allen, m. 
Anna, m. 

Levi Pownall \ 

Elizabeth L. (Paxson) J 
Elizabeth E., m. 
Phebe Jane, m. \ 
William B. J 
Howard 
EUwood 
William Paxson 
Anna Elizabeth 
Francis W. 
John Edwin 
Phebe Jane 
Morris, William \ 

402. " Mary ( -) J 



995. 


it 


1341. 


<( 


1342. 


i< 


1343. 


(1 




it 


1890. 


«< 


2123. 


(i 


2124. 


(t 


2125. 


.( 


2126. 


.1 


2127. 


<. 




<i 


2388. 


<( 


2679. 


a 


2680. 


u 


2681. 


t' 


3093. 


(< 


3093. 


(1 




(t 


3094. 


(1 


3095. 


.( 




(< 


3096. 


<( 




(( 


3097. 


(t 


3098. 


4( 


3099. 


(( 




u 


3100. 


a 




u 


3101. 


(( 


3103. 


ti 




(( 


3103- 


i( 


3104. 


(< 




(1 


3105. 


(( 




(C 




11 


3109. 


(( 


3114. 


<< 


3115. 


tl 


3116. 


<1 


3117. 


(( 




a 


3118. 


(( 


3119. 


(( 




l( 


3125. 


(I 


3126. 


(< 


3127. 


(( 


3128. 


a 


3132. 


i( 


3133. 


(( 


3134. 


<i 



INDEX. 



351 



Murphy, Charles T. 



1273. 




1274. 




1275. 




1276. 




1277. 









.rine [ 



2755. 



947. " Alice Cathari 
(Lewis) 
Georgina Kelton 
Alice L. 
Willie Alda 
Charles Thoniton 
Lewis 
P.J. I 

Elizabeth (Baily) / 
Murtagh, H. T. \ 

1152. " Same (Jackson) I 

1596. " JohnT. 

1597. " ,J. Charles 

N. 
Neal, Walter F. > 

Mary Amelia (Hutton) | 
Delphina Louisa 
Rachel Margaret 
Laura May 
WUliam H. 
Clara Lucinda 
Thomas 
Alexander \ 

Auna (Phillips) / 
Isaac P. 

William > 

Olementine ( Taylor) | 
Elizabeth M., m. 
Sarah 
Edward P. 
Frank M. 
Albert A. 
Emma 
Hattie L. 
William C. 
Margaret Jane (Dii 

widdie) 
Mary 

Emma E., m. 
Edgar Whitfield 
, Isaac \ 

Rebecca (Gibson) j 
Isaac I 

Mary (Gibson) j 
Joshua 
Mariam 
Joseph 
Lydia 
William 
Sarah 
Phebe 

o. 

!, Charles E. i 

Sarah R. (Windle) / 
Mary Landes 



2468. 


( t 


2889. 


(< 


3890. 


C( 


2891. 


(< 


2892. 


(k 


2893. 


(( 


2894. 


(1 




Neave, 


1003. 


(< 


1360. 


C( 


1361. 


(< 




(( 


1362. 


(( 


1363. 


(1 


1364. 


u 


1365. 


(< 


1366. 


( ( 


1367. 


(( 


1368. 




1981. 


jyecson 


2183. 


(1 


2184. 


(( 


2184^ 


( i 




Nichoh 


515. 


it 




u 


540. 


(1 


605. 


(< 


606. 


(( 


607. 


<( 


608. 


(< 


609. 


t( 


610. 


(( 


611. 


(t 


2031. 


Oakfori 


2210. 


(' 



-1 



2211. Oakford, Elsie 

2212. " Charles Windle 
3213. " Frederic 

Ogden, Clarkson ) 

1113. " Lydia R. (Canby) ( 

Osborn, Israel i 

333. " Phebe R. (Spencer) | 



893. 
1304. 
1305. 
1206. 
1307. 
1208. 
1309. 

2940. 

991. 
1332. 
1333. 
1334. 

2339. 
2561. 

2562. 

2995. 
2996. 
2997. 
2998. 

48. 

1002. 

551. 
GG5. 
060. 

371. 

371. 
373. 

73. 

159. 
160. 

161. 
162. 
163. 
164. 



it 
II 

K 
<( 
<( 
l< 
 I 
(( 
i( 



p. 

Palmer, Norris W. \ 
Mai-y (Webb) < 
Kate 

Edward Tatnall 
Linwood 
Non-is W. 
William Webb 
Mai-y Emily 
Norwood 

Phebe H. (Chandler) 
Parker, John i 

Mary R. (Pliillii)8) ] 
" Charles Mercer 
•' Emmett Newton 
" Anna Trimble 
Parrish, Dillwyn i 

Susanna (Maxfieldj j 
Joseph ) 

Isabel P. {Molt) / 
Stephen • 

Elizabeth {Bancroft) ] 
Ethel 
Grace 
Marianna 
Frederic 
Passmore, Ellis i 

" Ruth (Mooro) ( 
Paxson, Charles \^ 

" Sarah (Chambers) < 
Peach, Samuel | 

" liebecca (Gibson) ( 
" Gibson 
" Seldon 
Pearson, John 8. \ 

" Mary ElizalKstli » 

(Smith) 
" Mary A. 
" Edward L. 
Penninr/ton, Samiul 

" Marianna (Starr- 

Moorc) 
•' Arniic Lr»uiKa, m. 

" Samuel Kdwiii |^ 

Marie ( Windrr) ( 
.Icromi.'ili \{ 
Jennie 
Cli.irlcK I!, 
Mary E. 



(1 






352 



INDEX. 



726, 

766. 
707. 

1750. 

2544. 

135. 

973. 
1289. 
1290. 
1291. 
1292. 
1293. 

2527. 
2962. 
2963. 
2964. 
2965. 

700. 

717. 

894. 
1210. 
1211. 
1212. 
1213. 
1214. 
1215. 
1216. 
1217. 
1218. 

740. 
822. 



Pennington, Thomas 

" Katharine ( 

son) 
Susanna 
Rachel, m. 
Jesse 



Jack- 1^ 



(I 



Lydia (Evans) j 
Cyrus W. \ 
Hannah Jane \ 
(Baily) i 
Pennock, Francis 1 

" Margaret (Walker) / 
Iladley \ 

Lydia (Phillips) { 
Edward 
Wilson 
Granville 
Alfred 
Anna Mary 
Levis B. 1 

Ann (Hadley) ) 
James L. 
Samtiel I. 
Anna E. 
Jane T. 
Penrose, Thomas \ 

" Hannah J. (Gibson) J 
" Roscius 
Peterson, Henry \ 

Sarah (Webb) j 
" Emily 
George 

Catharine Webb 
Arthur 

Edmund Deacon 
Mary 
Mabel 
" Frances 
" Walter 
PJiillips, John 1 

" Lydia (Jackson) J 
Mahlon ] 

Rebecca ( Wilson) \ 
Dinah {Barnard) J 
William ) 

Ann {Trimble) \ 
Deborah, m. 
Sarah 

Isaac 1 

Hannah {Maule) \ 
Rachel {Maule) ) 
Josiah 

John J. \ 

Mary I. {Phillips) i 
Elizabeth 
Josiah \ 

Mary {Hunt) j 

972. " Ephraim 

973. " Lydia, m. 



974. Phillips, 
975. 



823. 

824. 
825. 
826. 



827 
828 

970 

971 



(( 

(( 
(1 
(( 
(i 

u 
(( 

l( 
(I 



(( 

a 
(( 
it 



t( 
<i 
(< 
(( 

(t 
c( 

a 
(( 

(( 

(( 



976. 

977. 

978. 
979. 
980. 
981. 
982. 
983. 
984, 
985. 

986. 

987. 
988. 

989. 
990. 
991. 

992. 



993. 
994. 

995. 
1003. 
1004. 
1005. 



1006. 
1007. 
1008. 
1009. 
1010. 

1011. 

1012. 
1013. 
1285. 
1286. 
1287. 
1288. 
1298. 
1299. 
1300. 
1301. 
1302. 
1305. 
1306. 
1307. 



it 



(( 

n 
t( 
(i 
(( 
(( 
l( 
l( 
(I 
<l 
1< 
It 



<( 
(( 
u 
<1 
(( 
(( 
(1 
(( 
(( 
(( 
li 
(( 
il 
l( 
1( 
t ( 

l< 
(( 
<( 
(< 
(( 
<( 
(( 
(( 
It 
11 
II 
(I 
l( 
<l 
(I 
II 
<l 
(I 
(I 
l( 



Maiy, m. 

Joseph B. ) 

Anna ( Wright) J 

John B. \ 

Lydia {Lewis) j 

James M. \ 

Mary {Pusey) / 

Rebecca 

Edith B., m. 

Philena 

Deborah 

Hannah, m. 

Cyrus 

SaUie G. 

Clarkson [ton)\ 

Margaretta {Penning- \ 

Mary P. {Fenton) ) 

James \ 

Frances {Price) j 

Sarah Ann, m. 

I. Newton \ 

Mary {Lloyd) f 

Hannah 

Elizabeth W., m. 

Mary R., m. 

Isaac j 

Jemima {Vickers) > 

Lavinia ( Vancise) J 

Lydia 

Joseph T. \ 

Mary E. {Pusey) j 
Rebecca J", m. 

Anna, m. 

Deborah, m. 

Benjamin 

Phebe M. {Moore) 

Elizabeth P. ( Ogborn) 

Sarah F., m. 

Hannah 

Phebe D. 

Emily B. 

Henry C. 

Catharine J. {Magill) 

Robert R. \ 

Maria L. {Clayton) i 

Edward N. 

William E. 

Thomas 

Lizzie H., m. 

Clementine R. 

William H. 

Percy B. 

Herbert 

Norwood 

Lucy N. 

Chas. Frederick 

Henry C. 

Theodore 

Mary Ella 



I 



1308. 
1309. 
1310. 
1311. 
1313. 

1313. 
1314. 
1315. 
1323. 
1334. 
1325. 
1326. 
1327. 
1335. 
1336. 
1337. 
1338. 
1339. 
1340. 
1370. 
1371. 
1372. 
1378. 
1379. 
1380. 
1381. 
1382. 
1383. 
1384. 
1627. 
1628. 

2281. 

2231. 

1786. 
1973. 

1973. 
1974. 



1975. 

1976. 

2168. 

2169 

2170. 

2171. 

2172. 

2173. 

2176. 

2177. 

2178. 

2442. 

2812. 
2813. 



(I 



Phillips, Lucy H. 
" James T. 
" Isaac F. 
William P. 
John J. I 

Ellen (Brown) ) 
Henry W. 
" James W. 
Eli M. 
WiUieB. 
Charles C. 
Hettie L. 
Morris F. 
Willie G. 
William B. 
Walter J. 
Anna Belle 
Calvin J. 
Anna T. 
M. Ida 
Edward 
Charles Henry 
WiUiam M. 
Caroline 
Geo. Chapman 
Ryland Warrener 
Howard Magill 
Mary C. 
Lizzie T. 
Jennie C. 
J. Wellington 
Francis 

Albert 0. ) 

" Mary Isaphenia [ 
(Windle) j 
" Curtis E. 
Plankenton, Eli \ 

" Mary (Johnson) / 

" Thomas \ 

Sarah (Canby) / 
Ann J., m. 
John 
Elizabeth {Brack 

en) 
Lewis 
George 
Mary Ann 
Eli 
Julia 
Hettie 
Lizzie 
George 
" William 

" Hannah 

" Lizzie 

Plumley, Lemuel 1 

" Elizabeth (Hutton) / 
" Maxwell 
" Mary Jane 



'.i 

u 
(( 
1( 
II 
n 
(< 
it 
II 
(( 
a 
<( 
it 
(( 
(( 
a 



It 

a 



(1 



INDEX. 




8JM 






Powell, Willuim ) 




1041. 


i( 


Ellen ( lUickloy) / 






Powers, James i 




] I79r). 


(( 


Rebecca (Windlc) i 




I'J'JG. 


. . 


A. M. , 




>• 


BcrtJia A. (.SAm/WM) 






4. 


Sarah ( Biirlow) I 




1997. 


(i 


Mary Ellen 




1 1998. 


It 


Libbio .lane. in. 






Pownall, Jlenri/ i 




109. 


it 


Deborah ) 






(( 


Moses 1 




131. 


(( 


Sus;inna (Walker) i 




223. 


(. 


Phebe 




324. 


4. 


Mary 




225. 


l< 


Deborah 




236. 


it 


Henry 




337. 


• i 


Anne 






Preston, Willidtn \ 




877. 


11 


Rebecca (.Iack.s<»u) i 




1157. 


(( 


Israel J. 




1158. 


ii 


Sarah Ann 




1159. 


(4 


Annie Maria 




1160. 


t( 


Mahlon Heiirv 




1161. 


(4 


Sarah 




1162. 


41 


Lydia Aiui 




1163. 


44 


William Edgar 




1164. 


(4 


William Leslie 




1165. 


" 


Ada Rel>ccoa 




1166. 


>4 


Frank Ilerlwrt 




1167. 


44 


Harlan .hvckson 






Price 


Joseph I). 1 




1075. 


44 


Hannah (Jackson) i 






44 


Benjamin 1). i 




1191. 


44 

4 • 


^larie (Dingcc) i 
William ( 




1310. 


4. 


Emma A. (Matthews) ( 




1458. 




Catharine D. 




1459. 




Mary J. 




1400. 


44 


John Caleb 




1401. 


•• 


Jo.seph D. 


1 


1620. 


k • 


Max (,'liarlcs 


. 


1C,29. 


it 


Calvin I). 




1630. 


ti 


Dora M. 




1631. 


it 


Henry 

Parson i 




•,'311. 


** 


Jane Mackson) / 






it 


Philip . 




2498. 


( ' 


Ellon M. (Sattcrthwail . 




2509. 


(1 


HallidayJ. » 
Fannie (SharjiUiu) t 






n 




2510. 


a 


Sanih J., m. 




•3511. 


•' 


Mary W., m. 




2512. 


t ( 


Rachel L. 




2918. 


•* 


PholH- J. 




2919. 


t • 


CharloH S. 




2920. 


t i 


Mary H. 




2923. 


( t 


Arthur 



2ft 



354 



INDEX. 



990. 
1328. 
1329. 
1330. 
1331. 



Puiey, 



} 



11 



2233. " 

2241. " 

2242. " 



2279. 
2414. 
2415. 

2416. 
2417. 
2739. 

2740. 
2741. 
2742. 
2743. 
2744. 
2745. 
2746. 

733. 
779. 
780. 
781. 
782, 

783. 

784. 

1059. 

1098. 
1438. 

1439. 

1440. 

1441. 

1442. 

1443. 

1501. 

1502. 

1503. 

1650. 

1651. 

1652. 

2678. 



2766. 
3061. 
3062. 



I. 

u 
(( 



l< 
<( 
n 
a 
11 



PugJi, 



a 
i< 
(( 
(( 

a 
n 
a 



Pyle, 



<( 

u 

u 

(1 
n 
l< 



Isaac 

Elizabeth W. (Phillips) 

Edmund Fiaukliu 

Wilham J. 

Morris J. 

Mary L. 

James \ 

Hachel (Jackson) J 

John 

Isaac 

Joseph \ 

Sarah (Daily) i 

Ann, m. 

Joshua B. 1 

Maria (Spencer) i 

Juliann, m. 

Joel 

Lewis \ 

Edith T. {Phillips) i 

Joel B. 

Emily 

Sarah Ann 

Isaac 

Louisa 

Edith n., 771. 

William J. 

Jesse \ 

Catharine (Jackson) i 

Isaac 

Hannah 

Mary 

Isaac \ 

Elizabeth (Kay) / 

Sarah 

David 
James T. \ 

Hannah H. (Way) / 

Frank \ 

Mary S. (Jackson) j 

Josiah W. \ 

Lydia Elma (Rakestraw) J 

Amy, m. 

Clara 

J. Howard 

J. Ellsworth 

Homer Way 

Gertrude C. 

Amelia S. 

Frank 

William R. 

Mary 

Alice W. 

Francis M. ) 

Elizabeth J. (Wicker- \ 
sham) j 

Isaac \ 

Mary Elizabeth (Hunt) j 
Lena Mary 
Florence M. 



466. 
1768. 
2014. 
2010. 

478. 

1734. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 
1927. 

* 2705. 
3013. 

2777. 

3070. 
3071. 

813. 

464. 

212, 

2597, 

867 



R. 

Rake, Joseph \ 

" Louisa Jane (Greer) ) 
Rakestraw, Oeorge [ 

♦• ^Mary (Downing) i 

Ramho, Marcellus \ 

" Harriet (Taylor) J 
Rap, Peter S. \ 

" Catharine B. (Taylor) j 
Reckitt, Geortje ^ . ., , } 



ii 



1144. 

1582. 
1583. 
1584. 
1585. 
1586. 
1587. 

2235. 
2246. 

2247, 

2248. 
2249. 
2250, 



Elizabeth Sarah (Jack- 
son) 

Read, James 0. I 

Elizabeth S. (Windle) / 
Mary 
Flora 
James 
" Charles 
" George 
" Alice 
Reid, Frederick D. \ 

'* Adelaide (Haines) / 
" Mary Louisa 
Remi7igton, Joseph P. 

" Elizabeth B. 

(Collins) 
" Arthur Hart 

" Joseph Percy 
Richie, Edward \ 

" Sarah (Allen)/ 
Ridgway, William } 

" Caroline (Greer) J 
Roberts, John C. ] 

" Mary Louisa \ 
(Walker) J 
Barton G. 
" Margaret Ann (Kin 
sey) 

Roman, Absalom ] 

" Catharine S. (Jack- \ 
son) J 

" Joseph A. I 

" Alice Hannah (Mil- \ 
ner) J 

** Hannah 
Eliza 
Mary 

Samuel Thomas 
William Haines 
Sarah Elizabeth 
Rowan, Moses \ 

" Hannah (Jackson) J 
William 
John \ 

Mary ( Walter) j 
Elizabeth, m. 
Sarah, m. 
Ann, m- 



\ 



-I 









n 
(< 



INDEX. 



35; 



2251. 
2252. 
2326. 
2327. 

2816. 
3080. 
3081. 
3082. 
3083. 
3084. 

1789. 



2719. 

3051. 
3052. 
3053. 
3054. 



2381. 
2665. 
2666. 

2667. 
2668. 
2669. 
2670. 
2671. 
2672. 

2308. 

2496. 
2497. 

2498. 
2499. 
2500. 

2501. 
2502. 
2503. 
2917. 
2921. 
2922. 

2302. 

2478. 
2479. 
2480. 
2481. 
2482. 

1124. 
1557. 



Rowan, Mary, m. 
" Phebe, m. 
" Elizabeth 
" Mary Ann 
Rumford, Edward \ 

Mary E. (Hutton) / 
Esther A. 
'' Louisa E. 
Adda M. 
Kate V. 
IdaF. 
Russell, Solomon l 

" Elizabeth (Sweeney- [■ 
Windle) J 

Roylance, Alma \ 

" Emma Smith (Men- \ 
denhall) j 

" Alma Elliott 
" James Tustin 
" .John Wallace 
" Austin Hoopes 

s. 

Sample, Mattlmo \ 

Sibilla ( Woodward) / 
" Lewis 
" Sarah J. 
' ' Levi 
" Samuel 
" Adaline 
" Merritt S. 
" Phebe Ann 
" Isaac 
Sattei'thwait, Charles \ 

" Phebe (.lackson) / 

" S. Clement 1 

Caroline J. (Bell) / 
• ' Jane J. 

" Ellen M., m. 

" Elizabeth 

David \ 

" AnnaR. {Abbott) i 

" Mary H. 

" HettieJ. 

" John Jackson 

" Bessie 

" Abbott 

" Rebecca H. 

Scliofield, Oliver W. \ 

'' Mary H. (.Jackson) j 
Lydia Ann 
Sarah Jane, m. 
Benjamin 
Martha 
Eliza H. 
N. Davis 1 

Edith Rebecca (Carter) ) 
William Graham 



Scott 

(C 



1558. 
1559. 

1881. 

 289. 
377. 
378, 
379. 

997. 
1344. 
1345. 

1346. 
1347. 
1348. 
1349- 
1350. 

2745. 

2490. 
2912. 
2913. 

2447. 
2833. 

120. 

2658. 

102. 
206. 
207. 
208. 
209. 

2321. 

2366. 
2536. 



2537. 

2538. 

2539. 
2540. 
2615. 
2616. 
2617. 
2618. 
2619. 
2974. 
2975. 
2976. 
2977. 






Scott, Mary Hannah 

" Cora Carter 
Seal, Thomas F. 1 

" Lydia G. (Chalfant) < 
Sharp, Joseph \ 

" Loretto (Whitson) i 
" Clara 
William 
^ " Aden 

Sharple>>s, George 1 

" Amy (Chambo."8) ( 

" Deborah 

" Joshua (^ 

" Mary Ellen [Uroion) j 

Mary 
Lydia 
•' Joseph C. 

Edith 
" John P. 
Shelmire, Warren J. \ 
Edith n. / 
Shreve, Benjamin D. \ 

" Elizabeth C. (Jacksou) / 
" Elizabeth Mary 
" Bertha Jackson 
Shultz, Peter \ 

Jane (Hutton) / 
Caroline 
Simmons, Gj/rus \^ 

" Mary Ann (Moore) 1 

Sinclair, James 

" Phebe Ann (McGoe) 
Slokum, Samuel \ 

" Mary (Walker) » 
" Anna 
" Susanna, m. 
'' Isa:ic Walker 
" Deborah, m. 
S medley, Bartholomew \ 

" Margaret (Hoopes; < 

Richard /!. \ 

" Susanna (Woodward) ) 
" Oliver H. ) 

" Mary Ellen {Megil- [ 
legan) ) 

" Anna .^Iary 

William M. \ 

Elli^ F. (Sharplfnn) I 
" Anna Eliza, in, 
" Philuna H. 
" Anna Amanda 
Philena I'. 
Mary Anna 
Wihncr 
Sarah J. 
Frank FJ. 
J. Eiigono 
Ma^t^i"' "• 
Bertha W. 



It 
II 
(I 
It 
II 



356 



INDEX. 



170. 


(( 


271. 


(< 


272. 


u 


273. 


<i 


274. 


a 


275. 


(1 


276. 


t k 


277. 


(1 




<( 


536. 


a 


591. 


1 1 


592. 


a 


593. 


iK 




(( 


1792. 


H 




(( 


1991. 


i( 


2191. 


n 


2192. 


&( 




4( 


2250. 


i . 


2344. 


(< 


2345. 


il 


2346. 




2347. 


t( 




ii 


2571. 


.( 


2572. 


(1 




(1 


2703. 


it 




(( 


2848. 


.( 


3011. 


«< 


3012. 


ii 




(1 


3112. 


(( 


3137. 


(< 


3138. 


(' 


3139. 


(( 


3140. 


u 


3141. 


u 



2843. 

2542. 

232. 

209. 

210. 
211. 

3. 

13. 

14, 



Smith, Charles \ 

Leah C. (Whitson) / 
Mary Elizabeth, m. 
Rachel Ann 
Alfred ^ 
Anna K. 
Elmira 

Charles Edwin 
Ellen .lane 
John I 

Esther (Gibson) / 
Joseph 
John 
Thomas 

Julius \ 

Eleanor (Windle) J 
William IL \ 

Mary Jane (Windle) / 
Wm. Windle 
Homer 

John M. \ 

Ann (Rowan) j 
Hannah 
Susan L., m. 
Rowan ( 

Ann (Park) j 
Newton | 

Elizabeth (Zell) J 
Norris T. 
Amy 

James B. ) 

Emma (Haines) j 
John G. I 

Mary Emma ("Lewis) J 
Florence B. 
Emma B. 
William D. \ 
Sarah (Way) / 
J. Wilbur 
Alice Elva 
Anna M. 
Francis W. 
Myra Viola 
Snedicker, himon N. 

" Jennie E. (Hut- 

ton) 

Snyder, Samuel \ 

" Elmira (Way) j 
Spencer, Lmdley E. \ 

" Phebe R. (Cooper) / 
Sproul, William I 

" Deborah (Slokum) J 
" James { 

" Mary Rebecca ( ) / 

" Samuel Baker 
Starr, Jeremiah \ 

" Rebecca (Jackson) J 
" Anne, m. 
" John 



15. Starr, 


16. 


!• 




H 


17. 


'• 


18. 


n 


19. 


i t 


20. 


( . 


21. 


•' 


22. 


a 


41. 


it 




il 


42. 


({ 


43. 


it 


44. 


il 


68. 


il 


69. 


ii 




it 


70. 


it 




ii 


71. 


I. 


72. 


(I 


73. 


it 


140. 


ti 




ti 


141. 


if 


142. 


II 


148. 


it 


144. 


it 


145. 


ti 


146. 


it 


147. 


it 


148. 


it 


149. 


11 


150. 


II 


151. 


II 


152. 


It 


153. 


It 




II 


154. 


II 




II 


155. 


It 


1.56. 


Ii 




11 


157. 


II 


158. 


ti 



235. 
236. 



237. 




238. 




2.39. 




240. 




241. 





Isaac 

Jeremiah 1 

Elizabeth {Hieti) - 

Racliel (Moore) ) 

Alice, m. 

Rebecca, m. 

Moses I 

Sarah (Harlan) i 

Mary 

Susanna 

Joshua 

Jeremiah \ 

Anne ( Whitson) J 

Hannah, m. 

Rebecca, w. 

Sarah 

Deborah, m. 

Moses \ 

Rachel (Pennington) j 

Samuel I 

Hannah (Oray) i 

Thomas 

Jeremiah ) 

Mary (Thompson) j 

Marianna, m. 

Isaiah J. ) 

Margaret J. (Brackin) J 

Sarah, m. 

Rebecca 

Catharine, ra. 

Anna Mary. 

Jeremiah J. 1 

Lucy (Butterjield) / 

Mary Emma 

Thomas Pennington 

Louisa Rebecca, to. 

Rachel 

Sarah Ann 

Philena 

Sarah, m. 

Jeremiah I 

Rebecca (Hallowell) ( 
Eli T. 1 

Carrie (Jefferis) ( 
Anna 

Samuel \ 

Mary (Dyer) f 
Mary Anna, m. 
Charles T. \ 

Emma F. (Chandler) j 
Aaron Brackin | 
Mary R. (Beits) f 
Moses 1 

Mary Ann (Knott) j 
Anna 

Adaline Lefeore 
Winfield Sharpe. 
Margaret Virginia 
Millard Fillmore 



INDEX. 



357 



248. 
249. 
253. 
363. 
364. 
365. 
366. 
367. 
368. 
369. 

767. 

1810. 

3717. 

3046. 
3047. 
3048. 
3049. 
3050. 

2495. 

2530. 

2713. 

2966. 
2967. 
2968. 
2969. 
2970. 
2971. 
3016. 
3017. 
3018. 
3019. 
3020. 
3021. 
3022. 
3023. 
3024. 
3025. 

1035. 

1122. 
1550. 
1551. 
1552. 
1553. 
1554. 
1555. 
1556. 

2465. 
2881. 



Starr, 


Francis Pennington 


2882. 


Stubbs, 


Cecil Calvert 


(< 


Lua May 


2883. 


(( 


Slater U. 


(( 


William C. 


2884. 


<k 


Charles Eugene 


(( 


George Matthews 


i 2885. 


14 


Hannah M. 


(( 


Winfield Sharpe 


i 2886. 


a 


Edwin H. 


>( 


Mary Rice 


2887. 


n 


Lsaac 


(( 


Elizabeth Halloway 


2888. 


a 


Isaac Job 11. 


<i 


Anna Virginia 




Swayne, Joel \ 


(( 


Harry Benedict 


874. 


i. 


Lydia Ann (Jjick- [ 


(( 


Nellie Grant 






son) 1 


(( 


Moies ■) 




(i 


Benjamin "t 
Susanna (Jackson) ) 


£( 


Rachel (Pennington) j 


2261. 


Cl 


Steele, William 1 


2359. 


1( 


William \ 


(( 


Mary (Windle) / 




u 


Mary Ann (Mar- \ 


Stewart, del ) 






shall) j 


(( 


Caroline (Menden- - 


2360. 


.( 


Joel \ 




hall) j 




(t 


Lydia Ann (Jackson) { 


a 


Sarah Eliza 


2361. 


(( 


Susanna, m. 


n 


Edna Rosena 


2586. 


(( 


lienjamin 


(< 


Lillian Evlyn 


2587. 


(( 


Wm. Marshall 


<i 


Edith Wavelet 


2588. 


(1 


Jacob 1 
Sarah J. (Noblit) ) 


(( 


Effie Adasa 




l( 


Storm 


Frederick \ 
Annie L. (Bell) j 


2589. 


l( 


Elizabeth 


ii 


2590. 


(( 


Joel 


Strong 


r, Edward \ 




Sweney 


Lewis \ 


(< 


Lydia (Hilles) / 


1789. 


it 


Elizabeth (Windle) j 


(( 


Ozias ] 




Swisher 


, Simeon Woodroie \ 


'( 


Mary Elizabeth (Men- \ 


159. 


(t 


Annie Louisa (I'en- [ 
nington) j 




denhall) j 






(( 


Jennie H. 


254. 


(( 


Mary Emma 


(( 


Walter 


255. 


(1 


Eliza Lecmom 


a 


Annie 


256. 


(> 


Rachel Lcwella 


i( 


James 


257. 


t( 


Clement Penniiiglon 


i( 


Albert E. 


258. 


(1 


Charles Pennington 


i( 


Jessie 


259. 


(( 


Annie Amanda 


<i 


Mary Ann 


260. 


K 


Lillian 


(< 


Lydia Ann 


261. 


(t 


Minnie Bell 


n 


Ozias James 


262. 


<l 


Clyde 


n 


Martha Eliza 




Swilzer, 


Ellwond \ 


1( 


Sarah Elizabeth 


2094. 


.4 


Emza 15. (Marshall) i 


(( 


Willis Eliel. 








(( 


Clara Viola 






T. 


:« 


Adelia Elvira 






u 


NeUie Irinda 




Taverner. Jonah i 


(i 


.Joseph Mendenhall. 


537. 


" 


Miriam ((Jib.soii) ) 


Stubbs 


, Thomas L. | 




Taylor 


, Benjamin | 


ft 


Mary Ann (IJrinton) / 


117.-.. 


'it 


Hannah J. (Mona- ' 


u 


Cooper 1 
Anna Maria (('ai-ter) / 






glian) 1 


ti 


1009. 


.1 


Frederick JiwkHon 


(1 


Lizzie Estelle 


1610. 


(1 


George Hailiin 


(( 


Mary Ann 


1611. 


i 1 


.Mary Harlan 


c. 


Alice Anna 


1612. 


>( 


William .I..lin 


u 


Edith Rebecca 


1013. 


t( 


B(-n,jamin 


t( 


Harriet Terrel 


1614. 


i( 


Anna Uaolifl 


(( 


Henry Harlan 




ii 


l^eri 1 


(( 


Kate Amelia 


1001. 


• t 


Sarah MVindlr) ) 


(( 


Slater B. \ 
Sarah B. (Haines) / 


17118. 


1 • 


.Idn.ithan 1'. | 


(( 




<> 


lAnh L. (Boi»ifirt) / 


(( 


Wilham H. 1 









358 



INDEX. 



1799. 

1800. 
1801. 

1803. 
1803. 
1804. 
1805. 
1806. 
2008. 

2009. 
2010. 
2011. 
2012. 

2013. 
2014. 
2015. 

1784. 
1964. 
1965. 
1966. 
1967. 
1968. 
1969. 
1970. 
1971. 

2345. 
2565. 

2566. 

2567. 

2568. 
2569. 
2570. 
2999. 
3000. 
3001. 
3002. 
3003. 

1791. 

461. 

727. 
768. 
769. 

770. 

771. 

900. 






u 
(1 



Taylor, Thomas W. \ 
" Mary ( Woollci/) i 
" MiltoD 
" William W. \ 
Sarah (Co.r) ) 
'' Reuben B. 
'• Rachel L. 
" Joseph 
,Iohn F. 
David 

' ' Leonai'd \ 

" 8arah E. (Roland) > 

Albert 
" Catharine !>., m. 
" Ann 

'• Samuel Woolley ( 

'• Lauretta J. (Miller) ) 
" Mary 
" Haniet, m. 
" Clarkson 
Temple, Sanmel \ 

Hettie (Johnson) j 
" Rebecca, m. 

William 
" Samuel 
Ann, m. 
Sarah, m. 
Simon 
Maiy 
Clemens 

Norris \ 

Susan L. (Smith) j 
Edward ^ 

Mary J. {Ounton) j 
Charles \ 

Philena {Marshall) J 
George B. ) 

Lydia P. (Marshall) j 
Sidney 
Mary A. 
Jane B. 
Mary H. 
Edward B. 
William P. 
Horace 
Norris G. 
Thatcher, Bartholomew \ 
" Dorcas (Windle) / 
Thomas, George \ 

Elizabeth (Greer) / 
Isaac \ 

Hannah (Jackson) j 
Beulah, m. 
Mary 
Hannah 

William \ 

Hannah (Davis) j 
Edward 












(( 
<( 
u 
u 
Ik 
(( 
(< 



901. 


Thoma.s, Mary B. 


902. 


(( 


Isiiac P. 


903. 


(• 


Wm. Jackson ( 




(1 


Emili^ D. ( Calvert) ( 


1237. 


i ( 


William R. 


1238. 


i. 


Hannah ^I. 


1239. 


(( 


Eli Lewis 


1240. 


( • 


Elmer Hllsworth 


1241. 


•• 


Edward Lincoln 


1242. 


•• 


Elizabeth 




Thompson, .lames \ 


2033. 


i t 


Emily E. (Windle) J 


2214. 


(i 


.John Frederic 


2215. 




A. Willard 
Joshua ] 


2314. 


It 


Phebc (Hadloy)/ 


2513. 


i( 


Amy T., ?». 


2514. 


i. i 


Samuel 11. 1 
Martha (Moore) / 




l( 


2933. 


1* 


Mary 


2934. 


it 


Ella P. 


2935. 


u 


Mary B. 


2930. 


(i 


Phebe H. 


2937. 


(i 


J. Howard 


2938. 


a 


Lawrence 


2939. 


(( 


Anna S. 


2940. 


n 


Amy 




Todd, 


Lewis E. 1 


238. 


(t 


Adaline Lefeore (Starr) j 


370. 




Frank 

Amos E. ( 

Rebecca (Jackson) / 


1048. 


u 


1421. 


11 


Benton L. 


1422. 


il 


Margaret Jackson 




Tomkins, Thomas \ 


1993. 


(' 


Rosa (vVindle) J 


2196. 


II 


Minnie 


2197. 


11 


Chai'les 


2198, 


II 


William W. 


2199. 


<i 


Wilton 


2200. 


II 


George E. 




Trimble, Samuel \ 


1955. 


II 


Mary L. (Evans) i 


2158. 


II 


.Joseph 




Trusent, ) 


1771. 


II 


Ann (Downing) / 




Turner, Ernest " \ 


2484. 


.1 


Henrietta (Jackson) / 


2904. 


(1 


Warner J. 



u. 

Umberger, Perry \ 

1848. " Maggie (Woy) / 

Umpstead, Enos \ 

1897. " Jane (Windle) / 

2128. " Anna 

2129. " Lida 







INDEX. 






V. 






Vance, 


Westley W. \ 
Edith (Clayton) / 
, Daniel \ 
Rebecca (Gibson) / 


1977. 


1088. 


Vernon 


8179. 
3180. 


535. 


(( 


3636. 






w. 


1740. 




Walker 


, Asahel } 


1933. 


38. 


a 


Ann ( Moore) j 


1933. 


56. 


'( 


James 


1934. 


57. 


ii 


Edward 


1935. 


58. 


a 


Rebecca 




59. 


4( 


Ann, 7«. 


418. 


60. 


t I 


Isaac "i 
Deborah (Dickinson) j 


439. 




ii 


440. 


61. 


:i 


Asahel 


441. 


63. 


(■ 


Mary, m. 


443. 


63. 


(( 


Sarah, m. 




64. 


(i 


Asahel 1 
Sarah ( Coates) / 


153. 




(. 




65. 


a 


Rebecca, m. 


1330. 


101. 


ti 


Anna 




103. 


 i 


Mary, m. 




103. 


(( 


Isaac \ 


3065. 




'( 


Eliza Ann (Brooke) j 


3318. 


104. 


(< 


Asahel "(_ 
Sarah ( Chambers) j 


3319. 




(< 




105. 


<( 


James 


813. 


106. 


(( 


Joseph 


959 


107. 


<( 


Rebecca, w. 


960. 


108. 


u 


Aaron 


961. 


109. 


li 


Deborah, m. 


963 


138. 


u 


Samuel 


963. 


139. 


a 


Asahel C. 




130. 


(< 


Anna, m. 


148. 


181. 


(< 


Susanna, m. 




133. 


a 


Phebe, m. 


35U 


133. 


(( 


Joseph 




134. 


(< 


Sarah, m. 


774. 


135. 


(( 


Margaret, m. 


909. 




'( 


Abraham L. \ 
Hanua (Whitson) / 


910. 


197. 


(( 




313. 


(( 


Mary Louisa, m. 


911 


313. 


i< 


Isaac Buchanan 




314. 


<( 


Eliza Josephine, m. 


844. 


315. 


t. 


James M. I 
Eliza Ann (Fawkes) j 


lor)9. 




<( 


1060 


316. 


(1 


Esther Jane, m. 


KKU 


317. 


(i 


Sarah Frances, m. 


1003 


318. 


(( 


Isaac Lewis 


1063. 


319. 


a 


Deborah, m. 


1064. 


330. 


a 


Patience 


1065. 


331. 


l< 


Isaac 


1066. 


333. 


i< 


Rebecca 


1007 


356. 


k( 


Elmer 


1068 


357. 


(( 


Oscar 




358. 


t( 


Minnie 


1009 



859 



Walker, ^^ 

" Eleanor (Diuwiddie) ( 
Homer 15. 
Mary J., m. 



Asahel 



[ 



Sarah (Chambers) ) 
Wallace, Joseph \ 

" Sarah (Ciiinmiiis) (" 
'* Elizabeth, ;/*. 
" James 
Lucilla 
" Joseph 
Walpolc, John | 

" Mary (Jackson) i 
William 
Mary 
'• Sarah 
" Samuel Jacob 
Walter, Robert L. \ 
" Sai-ah (Starr) ) 
Walters, James \ 

" Sarah Elizabeth  
(Worley) j 

Ward, Peter II. l 

•' Mary D. (Wiudle)/ 
" Carrie 
" Theona Mary 
Warner, Tardley \ 

" Hannah (Allen) ( 

Charles A. 
" Anne 
" Rebecca, m. 
" William V. 
" George Alaliii 
Warrington, Joseph II. \ 

'• Louisa Rebecca 

(Starr) ) 

" Mary Trotter 

Waters, Cyrus 1 

" Artnidf^e P. (Jackson) J 
" Anne P. 

" Heniy El well | 

" Eiittie M. (Burrows) i 
" Jo.seph J. 
Way, Jacob \ 

■' Mary (Jackson) ( 
" llaniiab II.. m. 
" Josiah 
•' Edith 
" Phebe Aim, m. 
" Ruth T., m. 
" Ruhaney, m. 
•' Alice 
" Homer 
' ' .Mai^el t a 
" Jacob H. I 

" Rachel A. (Pugh) t 
" Eliza, m. 



360 



INDEX. 





Way, David C. \ 


1128. 


a 


Alice (Maxwell) i 


1129. 


i, . 


Harriet 


1444. 
1445. 


i> 


Lottie 
Joy C. 


ir)GO. 


a 


Harvey Rowland 


1561. 


u 


Robert Layton 


1562. 


;i 


Catharine 


1563. 




Lydia 

John 1 


2322. 


( ( 


Eliza (Hoopes) i 




u 


Marshall 8. ] 


2539. 


•> 


Anna Eliza (Sniedley) i 


2541. 


fc i 


Mabel 


2542. 


i( 


Elmira, to. 


2543. 


(( 


Israel H. \ 




u 


Susan (Idall) i 


2544. 


1 ( 


Hannah Jane, m. 


2545. 


(1 


Lydia J., m. 


2546. 


t ' 


Lindley E. i 




( i 


Carrie B. {Darlington) i 


2978. 


.t 


M. Warren 


2979. 


(I 


Channiug 


2980. 


.1 


Mabel 


2981. 


ti 


Fannie 


2982. 


( i 


Walter 


2983. 


(I 


Mary E. 


2984. 


ii 


Sarah E. 




a 


John \ 


3103. 


<i 


Mary (Moore) j 


3100. 


• i 


Malinda, m. 


3107. 


I ; 


Jeremiah ) 
Mary Ann {Beans) j 


3108. 


•> 


Phebe Jane, to. 


3109. 


(( 


Ann 


3110. 


i* 


Mary M., /«. 


3111. 


.1 


Andrew 


3112. 


u 


Sarah, to. 


3113. 


u 


Wm. IBartlett I 




( ( 


Ellen ( Way) J 




Webb 


Benjamin \ 


765. 


« 


Catharine (Jackson) ) 


892. 


.( 


William \ 




a 


Rachel (Pusey) 
Hannah C. {Smith) J 




(< 


893. 


(( 


Mai-y, TO. 


894. 


u 


Sarah, m. 


895. 


it 


Eliza, TO. 


896. 


ii 


Edward | 
Emily {Smith) f 


897. 


u 


Anna 


898. 


( i 


Emily 


1197. 


(i 


Benjamin \ 
Sarah ( Williams) j 




(( 


1198. 


li 


Henry Pusey | 




i( 


Annie {Sneeder) / 


1199. 


it 


William ) 
Emily {Sanborn) / 




(( 


1200. 


(( 


Charles 



1201. 

1202. 

1203. 
j 1220. 
I 1221. 
i 1222. 

1223. 
I 1224. 
I 1225, 
I 1226. 
I 1227. 

I 

I 1657, 
I 2551, 



842, 

1184, 
1615. 
1616. 

939, 

1363. 

389. 
390. 

397, 

398, 

399, 
400. 
401, 
402, 

458. 

1147. 
1588. 
1589. 

1943, 

1253. 
1621. 
1632, 



43, 

74, 

75, 



76, 



(1 
i< 



Webb, Asa Bell 

" Pcnnock Pu.sey 
" Theodore Winthrop 
•' Catharine 
" Oliver 
" Richard 
" Eliza 
" Edward 
George 
Walter 
" Alfred 
" James, Jr. I 

'' Anne (Evans) i 
" Bennet j 

" Margaretta ( William- /■ 
son) j 

Webster, John i 

" Alice W. (Jackson) i 
" Ezra I 

" Gertrude (Coates) ( 
" Frederic 
Walter C. 
WentioortJi, Erastus \ 

" Anna Meredith - 
(Lewis) ) 

" Anna Lewis 
White, William \ 

Anne (Jackson) f 
Isaac 1 

Sarah ( Watson) ( 
John I 

Eliza {Mauley) } 
Thomas | 

Mary {Cherry) i 
Joseph 
Eliza, m. 
William 
Mai-y, TO. 
Hugh \ 

Sarah (Greer) / 
John I 

Alice Mary (Hoopes) j 
Clinton M. 
John Thomas 
Alfred ] 

Elizabeth (Evans) / 
Whiting, Arthur N. \ 
" Frances (Lea) / 

Ethel 
" Bertha 
Whitson, Thomas \ 

" Hannah (Starr) / 
" Samuel 1 

" Rachel {Moore) / 

Micah "j 

Mary {Mercer) I 
Esther {Cooper) [ 
Hannah {Mercer)) 
Sarah, to. 



u 
n 
(( 

(I 



<( 

<( 
<< 

(< 



(4 



(i 



INDEX. 



861 



77. 
78. 





(( 


79. 


(( 


80. 


(< 


81. 


u 




(( 




<( 




(( 


127. 


1( 


165. 


(( 


166. 


(< 


167. 


ft 


168. 


u 




(< 


169. 


(( 


170. 


ii 


171. 


u 


172. 


<( 




u 


173. 


u 




(( 


174. 


(( 




(( 


175. 


(1 


176. 


li 




<( 


177. 


(< 


178. 


ti 




C( 


179. 


(( 


180. 


(( 


181. 


(( 


183. 


il 


183. 


(1 




If 


184. 


(f 


185. 


<f 


186. 


(f 




(( 


187. 


(( 




ff 


188. 


If 


189. 


(f 




<f 


190. 


(f 


191. 


(( 




f f 


196. 


if 


197. 


(f 


198. 


<( 


199. 


(( 




ff 


268. 


(< 


269. 


f 1 


270. 


(( 


282. 


(( 



Whitsou, Thomas "(^ 

" Martha {Hohson) / 
' ' Moses 

Elizabeth (Taylor) 
Hannah, m. 
•Joseph 
Jeremiah 
Ann S. Oioen 
ElizabetTi {Newbold) 
Thomas \ 

Phebe (Cooper) J 
Phebe Ann 
Cyrus 
Mary, m.] 
Amos E. ■) 

AM {Michener) j 
Hannah S. 
Leah C, to. 
Rachel M., m. 
Thomas H. ) 

Phebe P. {Cooper) j 
William ( 

E. C. (Fulton) f 
George 

Elizabeth (Pownall) 
Elizabeth, m. 
Mercer 1 

Matilda (Moore) / 
Hannah, 7n. 
.Joseph H. ] 

Emma (Zimmer- [■ 
mail) J 

Mary P., m. 
Ann, m. 
Thomas 
Rebecca, w., 
Frapcis ) 

Mary ( Walter) / 
Sarah .Jane, m. 
Samuel 

Theodore \ 

Eliza (Bakestraw) f 
Thomas i 
Amy (Pyle) j 
Mary, m. 

Jacob T. I 

Mary B. (Bussell) i 
Anna M., m 
Moses I 

Cecilia A. ( Gehr) f 
Lydia Ann 
Hauna, m. 
Angelina 

Thomas Clarkson 1 
Emily (Albright) / 
Jesse M. 
Rebecca E. 
Anna R. 
Sarah 



i 



! 283. 
284. 
285. 
28G. 
287. 
288. 
289. 
290. 
291. 
292. 
293. 
594. 
295. 
296. 
297. 
298. 
299. 
306. 
307. 
308. 
316. 
330. 
331. 
332. 
333. 
334. 
335. 
336. 
344. 
345. 
346. 
347. 
349. 
350. 

1439. 
1653. 
1654. 
1655. 

2268. 

2387. 

2388. 
2389. 
2390. 



2391. 

25.33. 
2627. 
2676. 



If 

ff 
f I 



ff 
f f 



Whitson, Sanniol L. 
" Mary 
'■ Josei)h F. 
lienjamiu F. 
Anna, m. 
Elva, 7/j. 
Loretto, m. 
Zurinia 
Wilzio 
Mary 
Adcll 
Viola 
Mercer 
Phebe, 7/1. 
Jlary 
Susan, ?«, 
.^[ary Esther 
Henry 
Emma 
Mary II. 
Jessie L. 
Surpuer 
Martha 
Edward 
ilenry 
Ilauuali 
Alice 
Jane 

Russell T. 
Charles S. 
Emily E. 
Horace G. 
Olive 
Kaolin L. 
Thomas \ 
Amy (Pyle) (' 
Hannah 
" Alice 
" Jane 
Wickersham, Levi ) 

Rachel (Wood- [ 
ward) ) 

" Thomas 1 

" Princilla (Jonei) i 

Sarali, m. 
John 

Preston | 

Bfbecca (Cham- [- 

bers) I 

Levi 

Angeline P. 
( Ru»$ell) 
flamuel \ 

Mary .1. (IIooimsh) j 
PrcMton I 

ItclHJCca (Cham- • 
\Hirn) ) 

JOHOJ)ll AllcMi I 

(Lytle) t 

20 



If 

If 



f I 



ff 
f f 



(f 



If 
f f 
If 



362 




INDEX. 






2677. 


Wickersham, Elmira 


1392. Wilson 


, Samuel D. 


2678. 


a 


Elizabetli .T., m 


1393. 


II 


Mary S. 


2682. 


a 


Rachel 


1497. 


11 


liufus M. 


2683. 


(( 


William H. 


1498. 


II 


Adelaide 


2684. 


<i 


Mary S. , 




1 1 


Thoinas II. i 


2685. 


i( 


Floiilla 


1721. 


II 


Hannah (Windle) i 




Wiggans, Joseph A. \ 




i t 


William \ 


1807. 


b ( 


Mary f]liza (Win- V 


1790. 


II 


Mary (Dinwiddle- \ 
Windle) j 






die) J 






2016. 


<i 


Thomas Windle 


1894. 


1 i 


Deborah 11. 


2017. 


(1 


Jonathan Fowler | 


1895. 


II 


Andrew J. 




(( 


Elizabeth { Meyers) / 


1896. 


11 


William 




Wilkinson, Nathaniel | i 




' ' 


David y 


2324. 


it 


Mary Ann V 


2315. 


II 


Sarah (Hadley) ) 






(Hoopes) J 


2515. 


a 


Stephen i 


2551. 


a 


Margaretta, m. 




i 1 


Sarah {Milch til) i 


2552. 


(( 


Phebe 


2516. 


11 


Phebe H. 




Williams, Samuel \ \ 


2517. 


II 


Eliza, m. 


46. 


i i 


Ann (Moore) j 


2518. 


II 


Lydia P., m. 




(( 


Henry B. ] 
Elizabeth P. ( Wil- [ ' 
son) j 


2.519. 


11 


Hadley 


1385. 


(( 


2941. 


. 1 


Emilie P. 






2942. 


1. 


Joseph M. 




(1 


Benjamin P. i ! 


2943. 


II 


Eliza R. 


2354. 


»' 


Elizabeth (.Tones) ) 


2944. 


.1 


David H. 


2578. 


a 


Phebe Jones | 


2945. 


II 


Edward S. 


2579. 


(. 


Sara 




Winans, Joseph D. ) 




Wilso7i 


, Joseph D. \ 


1987. 


i( 


Margaret B. (Win-  
die) J 


233. 


il 


Deborah A. (Cooper) / 








ti 


Stephen \ 


2185. 


II 


Kit 


748. 


<( 


Alice (Jackson) ( 


2186. 


.1 


Elsie 




(( 


Jonathan \ 
Sarah M. (Jackson) / 


2187. 


II 


William W. 


833. 


l< 


2188. 


1 1 


Francis 


849. 


(( 


Josiah \ 


2189. 


II 


Everett 




<( 


Mary {Price) ) 


2190. 


II 


Eva 


1016. 


i i 


Elizabeth 




Windle, Francis \ 


1017. 


l( 


Pusey ) 
Rebecca {Pusey) j 


8. 


f 1 


Mary (Jackson,) / 




(( 


1656. 


11 


Thomas j 
Abigail ( Wickemham) j 


1018- 


<( 


Theodore 




i< 


1019. 


<( 


Lydia J. 


1657. 


II 


Anne, m. 


1020. 


<( 


Mary 


1658. 


II 


William i 
Mary {Jackson) 


1021. 


(1 


Ephraim 1 
Maria E. {Dixon) j 




II 




tl 


16.59. 


II 


John 


1022. 


(( 


Sarah T. 


1660. 


II 


David 1 
Abigail {Kirk) ) 


1023. 


(( 


Charles S. 




K 


1092. 


(( 


Edward P. \ 


1661. 


If 


Moses 




(( 


Lucy G. {Munson) / 


1662. 


.1 


Isaac 


1093. 


(( 


Alice J., m. 


1663. 


II 


James 


1094. 


(1 


Mary Jane 


1664. 


II 


Mary 


1095. 


n 


Benjamin P. \ 
Mary T. {Mason) ] 


1665. 


II 


Isaac \ 
Mary {Stotler) / 




a 




11 


1096. 


n 


Rachel P. 


1666. 


II 


William 


1097. 


ii 


Anna M. 


1667. 


(1 


Thomas ( 
Mary {Rowan) J 


1385. 


(t 


Elizabeth P., m. 




II 


1386. 


a 


Theodore 


1668. 


11 


Job 1 
Deborah {Davis) j 


1387. 


n 


Ida Mary 




<l 


1388. 


u 


Helen Fithiau 


1669. 


<l 


Mary 


1389. 


(( 


Mary Rebecca 


1670. 


II 


David \ 
Jane {Davis) j 


1390. 


• ( 


Sarah Huston 




II 


391. 


a 


Charles S. 


1071. 


11 


Jonathan 



INDEX. 



m& 



1672. 


Wiudle, 




(( 




<< 


1673. 


<( 


1684. 


(( 


1685. 


u 


1686. 


u 


1687. 


u 


1688. 


(( 




(( 


1689. 


u 


1590. 


a 


1691. 


li 


1692. 


ii 


1693. 


it 




ti 


1694. 


11 


1695. 


a 




u 


1696. 


a 


1697. 


n 




a 


1698. 


(( 


1699. 


a 


1700. 


a 




a 




(( 


1701. 


(( 




(( 


1702. 


>( 


1703. 


<( 


1704. 


(( 


1705. 


(< 


1706. 


f 1 


1707. 


(( 


1708. 


it 


1709. 


ti 
(I 


1710. 


u 


1711. 


(( 




(( 


1712. 


(( 


1713. 


i( 


1714. 


tl 




u 


1715. 


t< 


1716. 


it 




a 




it 


1717. 


n 




a 


1718. 


<( 




a 


1719. 


a 




<i 




n 


1720. 


i( 


1731. 


(( 



Israel 

Orpha (Pierce) 

Mary Stolen {Leh 

man) 
Rachel 
Lydia, m. 
Caleb 
Ann, m. 
Mary, m. 
Francis )^ 

Eleanor (Holt) i 
William 
Ruth 
Sarah, m. 
Rebecca 

Thomas 1 

Sarah E. {Fowler) ] 
Rachel 

•John I 

Margaret (Sharpless) ) 
Isaac 

David \ 

Mary (Morgan) j 
Hannah, 7n. 
Joseph Kirk 
Benjamin ^ 

Orpha iJefferis) \ 
Lydia ( Cooper) J 
Caleb "1 

Elizabeth {Jefferis) / 
Polly, m. 
.John 
Jacob 

Catharine, m. 
Isaac 
Michael 
Thamzin, m. 
John I 

Sarah (Hayes) / 
Thomas 

Israel \ 

Mary 0. ( Wilson) / 
Abisha 
Rebecca 

Jesse \ 

Amy Ann (Gibson) f 
Joseph 

Lewis "j 

Miza A. ( Woodward) > 
Mary (Love) J 

William ) 

Margaretta (Jackson) / 
Job 1 

Mary (Evans) / 
Henry | 

Eliza (Jackson) r 
Martha (Davis) ) 
Rachel, m. 
Hannah 



1722. 


Windle, 




a 


1723. 


ti 
ti 


1724. 




1725. 


i i 


1726. 


i i 


1727. 


It 


1728. 


I. 


1728. 


t. 


1730. 


a 




it 


1731. 


ti 


1732. 


tt 




u 


1733. 


. t 


1734. 


u 


1735. 


.( 




(t 


1764. 


.( 


1780. 


t . 


1781. 


" 


1789. 


a 


1790. 


i( 


1791. 


it 


1792. 


tt 


1793. 


(1 


1794. 


(t 




It 




(t 


1795. 


ti 


1796. 


.1 


1797. 


<f 


1807. 


(t 


1808. 


tt 


1809. 


< t 


1810. 


.1 


1811. 


<i 




(1 


1812. 


ti 


1813. 


it 


1814. 


<t 


1815. 


ti 


181 G. 


ti 




tt 


1817. 


. t 


1818. 


(< 


1819. 


ii 


1820. 


1 ( 


1 1821. 


. . 



Isaac )^ 

Mary ( White) i 
Thom;is ) 

Rebecca (Rice) i 
Davis y 

Hopeful (Hoffman) \ 
llannali 
Rachel 
Abigail, m. 
Joshua 

Isi-ael P. ) 

Emma (Bradley) j" 
Ezra ) 

Henrietta ( Ulrieh) i 
Mary Anu, m. 
Jacob S. I 

Clara (Foot) ( 
Isaac (^ 

Alice (Jutt) ) 
Elizabeth S., m. 
Ellen B., m. 
Job I 

Mary (Evans) i 
William 

JollH 

Elizabeth, in. 

Mary, m. 

Dorcas, m. 

Eleanor, m. 

Francis 

William | 

Mary (McLain)  

Mary ( Windle ) \ 

Rebecca, m. 

Francis \ 

Mary (Nichols) I 

Martha Jane, m. 

Mary Eliza, in. 

Sharpless i 

Dinah ( Taylor) i 

William 

Mary, in- 

Caleb I 

Mary (Seal) i 

Hannah 

Ruth, //i. 

Edith 

David 

Mary (Dilworth) 

John I. 

Hannah Mary ( Way) i 

AmoH 

R<!l)ccca 

William I 

(I far Ian) i 

Mary El ma, m. 

Jolin M. 

Rebecca Jane ( I'eiree) > 



364 



INDEX. 



1823, 


Windle 


David C. | 




11 


Anna ( Thomas) j 


1823. 


li 


Francis 


1824. 


<i 


Maria Jane 


1825. 


K 


Sidney C. 


1826. 


(( 


Thomas A. 


1883. 


«( 


Joseph J. ) 

Phebe {Button) [ 
Susan {Kirk) \ 




li 




H 


1834. 


tl 


Adaline, m. 


1835. 


.( 


Caleb 




(( 


Jane {Hawley) \ 




(i 


Harriet (Hendricks) ) 


1836. 


l> 


Louisa S., m. 


1837. 


il 


Mifflin C. 1 
Susan A. {Entriken) f 




11 


1838. 


ii 


Lydia Ann, m. 


1839. 


(( 


William Kirk i 




i( 


Mary (Bash) j 


1840. 


<( 


Sarah 


1841. 


" 


Martin 


1842. 


•• 


Ellen 


1843. 


u 


Maggie 


1844. 


<. 


Susan 


1845. 


'i 


John 


1846. 


a 


Jacob 


1854. 


t. 


Jonathan 


1855. 


a 


Josiah 


1856. 


(. 


Elizabeth 


1857. 


u 


Belinda 


1858. 


(( 


Sarah 


1859. 


.( 


Lavinia 


1860. 


(I 


Samuel 


1861. 


.( 


Amanda 


1862. 


ii 


Thomas H. i 




a 


Rachel A. {Mercer) ) 


1863. 


a 


Charles 


1864. 


u 


Mary 


1865. 


i. 


Thomas A. 


1866. 


li 


Hannah E., m. 


1867. 


a 


Amanda 


1868. 


<( 


Dillwyn 


1869. 


(( 


Septina 


1870. 


.< 


Harriet 


1871. 


it 


Samson R. 


1872. 


a 


Joseph T. 


1873. 


a 


Anna Mary 


1874. 


11 


Jesse 


1875. 


a 


William D. 


1876. 


.( 


Elizabeth 


1877. 


(; 


Davis 


1878. 


(( 


Lewis 


1879. 


a 


Anna E. 


1880. 


a 


Deborah J. 


1881. 


a 


Sallie E., m. 


1883. 


t( 


Isaac E. } 
Mary E. {Sleeper) / 




a 


1883. 


a 


WiUiam E. 


1884. 


i( 


Rebecca L. 



1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 

1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 

1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1987. 
1988. 

1989. 
1990. 

1991. 
1992. 
1993. 
1994. 
1995. 
1999. 
2000. 
2001. 
2018. 
2019. 

2020. 

2021. 
2032. 
2023. 
2024. 
2025. 

2026. 



Windle, Annie 
l^Liry 









n 

(. 

li 

u 

<( 



Deboi-ah 

Emilie 

Elizabeth E. 

Margaretta J., in. 

Thomas J. 

Edwin J. 

Elma 

.lane. m. 

Rachel 

Hannah, in. 

]\Iarshall 

Davis 

George 

Lewis 

Francis ) 

Ann {Eo[/ers) j' 

Jane 

Sarah 

3Iary 

Davis 

Phebe 

Thomas D. ) 

{McElhenny) / 

Lucius 

James M. 

Cleona, m. 

Ella 

Kate 

Clara 

Beulah 

Francis 

Margaret B., m. 

Francis ) 

Mary G. [Laughlin) j 

David D. 

William M. ) 

Caroline {King) / 

Mary Jane, m. 

Ella, m. 

Rosa, m. 

Rebecca 

Goodwin C. 

James 

Joseph 

Mifflin 

Mary S., m. 

Taylor \ 

Eliza B. { Oakford) f 

Caleb T. | 

Emma L. {Bowers) / 

Sarah R., m. 

WiUiam T. 

Levis 

William S. 

Howard \ 

Cecilia M. {Reynolds) j 

Mary Emma 



INDEX. 



seT) 



2033. 
2034. 
2035. 
2036. 
2037. 
2038. 
2039. 
2040. 
2041. 
2042. 
2043. 
2044. 
2045. 
2046. 
2047. 
2048. 
2049. 
2050. 
2065. 
2066. 

2067. 
2068. 



2069. 

2070. 

2071. 
2072. 
3081. 
2082. 
3083. 
2084. 
2085. 
2086- 
2087. 
2088. 
2089. 
2090. 
2091. 
2092. 
2093. 
2103. 
2103. 
2104. 
2105. 
2112. 
2113. 
3114. 
3115. 
3119. 
3130. 
2121. 
3130. 
3131. 
3133. 
3308. 



indl 


B, Emily E., m. 


3309. 


a 


Harry Levis 


2220. 


u 


Margaret Deborah 


2221. 


(< 


Ziba D. 


3222. 


(( 


Elba L. 


2223. 


(( 


John Sharpless 


2324. 


(( 


Hannah Mary 


222.1. 


u 


Deborah D. 


2226. 


u 


Laura J. 




(1 


Anna Margaret 


460. 


(< 


Samuel Way 




<( 


Percy S. 


2073. 


<I 


Ella P. 


3328. 


<( 


Mary E. 




(( 


Roland P. 


869. 


it 


Charles T. 


1139. 


t( 


Florence M . 


1140. 


(( 


Lucy A. 


1141. 


i( 


Mary D., m. 


1142. 


.1 


Henry J. | 


1143. 


ii 


Adaline {Burns) ) 




u 


Anna Maria, m. 


1581. 


<l 


Benjamin Franklin ) 




a 


Rachel Ann ( Whit- [ 


2778. 




acre) J 


3072. 


(( 


Milton Early ) 




(( 


Emma (Petiit) f 


979. 


(( 


Edwin Dutton 1 
Amy ( WTiinery) j 


986. 


(< 


1303. 


(( 


Alfaretta H., m. 


1304. 


<< 


Ida Matilda, m. 




it 


Mary Isaphenia m. 


2237. 


(( 


Amanda Jane 


2261. 


(( 


Emma Matilda 


2262 


'1 


Benjamin Xathan 




u 


Nettie P. 


2263 


(1 


Lydia Hannah 




(> 


Lizzie Louisa 


2264 


a 


Newton H. 


3365 


(■ 


JonK. 




(t 


Frank W. 


3266 


(< 


Elmer C. 




(t 


Adaline P. 


2267 


(< 


Annie C. 




<( 


Willie M. 


2268. 


it 


Strode Edgar 


2269 


11 


Mary Ida 




u 


Lizzie P. 


2292 


(( 


Jon Blanch 


2302 


a 


Frank W. B. 


23(i3 


(i 


Charlie D. 


2364 


u 


William Carey 


2365 


(i 


William S. 


236<; 


(1 


Allen J. 


2307 


(( 


Charles Francis 


2371 


(( 


Mai-y 




u 


Frances 


2372. 


(' 


Sallie 




(( 


WilUam T. 





Windle, Clara B. 
George J. 
Elmer A. 
Mary 
Harry J. 
Carrie Mary 
Wm. Norman 
Phebc Elizabetli 
Wini>low, Tfiomita | 

Mary (Greer) / 
Wolf, Oeorge \ 

"■ Ida Matilda (Windle) I 
" Henry Albert 
Wood, Ddji I 

Eliza (Jackson) i 
" John J. 
" Rachel, m. 

Henry 
•' Edward 
" Day 

" Ann Elizabeth ( Wood) 
" Harriett R. 
" James F. 

'• Mary Anna L. (Collins) 
" Wm. Musgrave 
Woodruff, W. Warren 

Edith 15. (Phillips) 
" Alice (Jackson) 
*' Lucy E. 
" William W. 
Woodward., Samuel \ 

" Sarah (Jackson) ) 
" Susanna, m. 
" John \ 

" Rebecca (CoaUt) { 
" Samuel > 

Ann{8irayne) { 
•' Sarah, in. 
" WiHiam i 

" Sarah (Bolton)} 

Thomas \ 

'■ Mary (Barney) i 

" Levi I 

" Phehe (Ilutton) ) 
♦' Rachel, m. 
" Rebecca, m. 

" Levi • 

'• Phebo (llutton) ( 

" Margaret, m. 

" J(X)1 

•« Sarah, in. 

*' Mary Ann 

*♦ Siisaima. ;/». 

" Ua<liel, m. 

John J. 
" Hannah (Matttoh) 

Wiu*liiiigton B. 
" Edith li. (Lamborn) 



366 



INDEX. 



2373. 



Woodward, Isaac ) 

" IlannaJi (Sharpless) i 
Eliza, 7n. 
Phebe Ann 
Jackson 1 

Sibilla P. {Entri- \ 

ken) J 

Mabel, m. 

Lewis I». 1 

Elizabeth S. ( Witnl) i 
Sarah, m. 
Isaac J. 
Sibilla, m. 
Samuel \ 

Margaret {Dickey) \ 
Joseph 
Cassandra 
Hadassah 
Anna Eliza, m. 
Frederick K. ^ 
Hannah Mary \ 

(Mitchell) J 
Albert M. i 

Harriet (Parker) j 
Adolphus Darwin 
Theo. Uolton 
Jacob Granville 
Washington B. 
Charity T. 
Marietta S. 



2374. 
2375. 




2376. 








2377. 




2378. 








2379. 




2380. 




2381. 




2382. 








2383. 




2384. 




2385. 




2386. 








2555. 




2632. 








2633. 




2634. 




2635. 




2636. 




2637 




2638. 





2639. 


Wood 


ward, Sarah B. 


2(540. 


(i 


Caroline D. 


2641. 


i 


William S. 


2646. 


( 


Thomas E. 


2647. 


»t 


Anna Mary 


2648. 


( 


Hannah 


2049. 


( 


Henry Clay 


2654. 


t 


Clara J. 


2655. 


i 


Ellie L." 


2656. 


i 


Alfred Lee 


2073. 


i 


Isabella R. 


2074. 


i 


Joseph S. 


2075. 


i 


Mary E. 


2991. 


k 


Mary 


2992. 


i 


Mabel IL. 


2993. 


i 


Joseph M. 


2994. 


i 


Ida 




Worley, Lewis D. 


899. 


Ik 


Hannah S. (Mende 
hall) 


1228. 


(. 


Beulah Elma. m. 


1229. 


4. 


Susan K. 


123U. 


" 


Sarah Elizabeth, m. 


1231. 


. ( 


Lydia Williams 


1232. 


(( 


Jane Walker 


1233. 


•' 


Eliza Brown, m. 


1234. 


i ( 


Marianna 


1235. 


.( 


Florence 


1230. 


(( 


Ellen Janney 



"I 



INDEX FOR DESCENDANTS OF 
EPHRAIM AND RACHEL (NEWLIN) JACKSON. 



A. 

287. Ashley, W. H. \ 

" Louisa B. {Chapman) / 

B. 

Boreau, Iliram | 

" Maria Louisa (Chap- > 
man) J 

G. Frank 
Maria Elnora, /«. 
Hiram L. 

Samuel J. Chapman 
IT. S. Grant 
Bratton, George ] 

" Elizabeth J. \ 
(Bridges) J 
Charles 
Ursula 
Harvey 



128. 



Bridges, David J. 



Lucretia A. (Chap 



126. 

264. 
265. 
266. 
267. 
268. 

269. 

376. 

377. 
378. 







man) 


269. 


i( 


Elizabeth J., m. 


270. 


(( 


John S. \ 
Mary {Brush) / 




. ( 


271. 


(■ 


James M. 


272. 


<( 


Ursula, m. 


273. 


.< 


A. Frank \ 
Julia (Brush) f 




(< 


274. 


it 


Jerome C. 


379. 


<i 


Mary 


380. 


t. 


Lenna 


381. 


<( 


Charles 




Brown 


James S. ) 


93. 


a 


EUza (Jackson) / 




(( 


Samuel T. \ 
Mary S. (Parker) f 


135. 


; t 


203. 


ii 


Edwin A. 


204. 


(( 


Clara 



INDEX. 



m. 



t)] 



205. Brown, Sally A. 

206. " Anna P. 

207. " Benjamin 

208. " .Joseph 

209. " Mary 

210. " Elizabeth 

211. " Edith 

301. " Wistar Parker 

302. " Laura Harvey 
Brownley, B. B. 

286. " Florence A. (Chap- 

man) 
384. " Katie 

o 

CJiapman, Samuel J. "| 

69. " Elizabeth (Jack- [ 

son) J 

126. " Maria Lonisa, m. 

127. " Mary 

128. " Lucretia A., m. 

129. " Augusta Ursula, 

130. " Frank .Jackson 
" E. Ann {Price) 
" Mary C. {8Uicar 

286. " Florence A., m. 

287. " Louisa ?>., m. 

288. " Mary Elizabeth 

289. " Samuel Jackson 

290. " Frank J. 

291. " U. S. Grant 
293. " Edgar 
293. " Mary Clinton 

Cleaver, Jesse 
52. " Sarah Evans (Jack 
son) 

Cooper, William \ 

34. " Mary (Jackson) / 
63. " Hannah 

Cope, Samuel \ 

99. " Ann (Williams)/ 
326. " Daniel 

227. '' Mary Ann 

228. " Abiah 

229. " Morris 

230. " David J. 

231. " Samuel M. 
Cowgill, Joseph \ 

218. " Rebecca (Smith) / 

D. 

Darlington, Joseph D. 
81. " Mary Jane (Jack- 

son) 
100. " William | 

" Catharine ( Vfil- \ 

liams) ) 



-I 



150. 
151. 



152. 
153. 



311. 
312. 
313. 
314. 
315. 
316. 
317. 
318. 
319. 
330. 
321. 
332. 
323. 
324. 
325. 
326. 
327. 

68. 
123. 
134. 
125. 



87. 
177. 
178. 
179. 
180. 



82. 



101. 
232. 

369. 
370. 
371. 
372. 

90. 
315. 



Darlinertou, Elisha » 

Sidney P. (St4m) ) 

'' Gciirj^e t 

" EmiM 8. {Down- ' 






J(»sei)h .1. 
Joseph ) 

Sulney S. ( ,Vr- V 



i 









(I 



Coy) 
Evan .1. 
William S. 
Frank 
Cliarlio 
Henry 
Laiini 
.losi'phinr 
Anna Mary 
Ella 
Lena 
Ella 

•loKCpll 

]^Iary A. 
Bessie R. 
Sally 
" William H. 

" Minnie 

Duggan, George i 

" -Mary (Jackson) ( 

" Thomas 

" Robert O. 

" Elizabeth, tn. 

E- 

Eifort, Sebastian ^ 

" Itachol (Jackfwn) ( 
" William Henry 

James M. 
" Kate, w». 
" Mary Jane, tn. 

F 

Foul, William \ 

" Mary (Jackson) / 

H 

Hall, Nathan | 

" Sarah (Williamh) ) 
" JoHJah I 

" Deborah ( Wilton) ) 
" Abbie S. 
" Elma E. 
'• Alico M. 
'• Walter N. 
Harris, fUnjamiu | 

" .Mary (JjM'kwui) { 

" ({ertnid** 



368 



INDEX. 





Henneman, Charles A. ) \ 


5. Jackson, 


160. 


" Sarah Anu (Jack- V 


6. 


.( 




son) J 


7. 


u 


341. 


" Elizabeth 




u 


342. 


" Anua A, 


8. 


n 




Hertel, Charles L. \ 




(' 


180. 


" Mary .Jane (Eifort) j 


9. 


l< 


349. 


" Laura T. 


10. 


( ( 


350. 


" William E. i 


11. 


• < 


351. 


" Nora 1 


12. 


fc. 




Hess, Samuel ~1 


13. 


(i 


129. ' 


" Augusta Ursula (Chap- Y 


14. 


1> 




man) J 


15. 




275. 


*' Jerome Bonaparte "1 




a 




" Josephine {Gillespie) \ 


16. 


it 




" Louisa Jane {Shearer)} 




i i 


276. 


" William Henry 


17. 


I. 


277. 


" Samuel J. Chapman 


18. 


i i 


278. 


" Augusta Alberta 




(> 


279. 


" Franklin Jackson 


19. 


t< 


280. 


" Alexander Lyman 




It 


281. 


" George Duggan 


20. 


(( 


282. 


" Herbert Rose 


21. 


i ( 


283. 


" U. S. Grant 


22. 


<( 


284. 


" Adolphus 


23. 


u 


285. 


" Amalphus 




( ( 


382. 


" Maud Alberta 


24. 


(( 


383. 


" Jona Agnus 


25. 


(< 




Hughes, William \ 
Eleanor (Jackson) J 


26. 


<( 


62. 


27. 


(( 


108. 


" Jackson 1 




(( 




' ' Lydia Ann (Battin) / 


28. 


1 1 


109. 


" Elizabeth 


29. 


(( 


110. 


Ellis \ 
Buth iDoan) j 


30. 


(( 






(1 


111. 


" David \ 
" Mary M. {Johnson) f 


31. 


i( 






11 


112. 


" William 


32. 


a 


113. 


" Sarah 


33. 


a 


241. 


Edwin C. 


34. 


n 


242. 


William H. 1 
" Sarah J. {Davis) J 


35. 


n 




36. 


<( 


243. 


" Maiy 




i6 


244. 


" Louisa Ellen 


37. 


(( 


245. 


' ' Morris 




U 


246. 


" Susan Emma 


38. 


1( 


247. 


" Joseph Jackson 


39. 


(' 


248. 


" Esther 


40. 


(( 






41. 


l( 




I. 




(( 




Irwin, Thomas ] 


42. 


t f 


253. 


" Alice Elizabeth (Jack- \ 


43. 


It 




son) J 




(' 






44. 


(> 




J. 




(( 


2. 


Jackson, John 


45. 


(( 


4. 


" Joseph 




u 




" Hannah {Pennell) > 




(1 




" Susanna {Miller) j 


46. 


(< 



Nathaniel 

Josiah 

Samuel \ 

.47171 {Johnson) j 

Ephraim I 

Mary {Begister) i 

Mary, m. 

Rachel, m. 

Ephraim 

Rachel, m. 

Alice 

Joseph 

Ephraim \ 

Tacy { Thompson) j 

John 

James \ 

Mary j 

Josiah 

Isaac \ 

Hannah i 
John \ 
Susanna j 

Alice 

Sarah, m. 

Samuel \ 

Bebecca {Dixon) j 

Caleb 

Josiah 

Rachel 

Samuel I 

Mary {Scarlett) i 

Margaret 

Isaac 

Joseph * ) 

Mary {Bonsall) ) 

David (^ 

Elizabeth {Morris) j 

Ann 

Thomas 

Mary, m. 

Elizabeth 

Samuel \ 

Hannah {Davis) / 

John 

Mary {Speakman) \ 

Ann j 

Mary, m. 

Margaret 

Josiah \ 

Mary Jane { Owen) j 

Joseph 

William \ 

Bachel {Tomlinson) j 

Isaac 

Elizabeth {Feger) 

Joseph I 

Bebecca {Jefferis) \ 

Eliza {Kling) J 

Ann 









mBEX. , 




3G8 


47... 


t^ackson 


, Edward B. 




93. . 


Jackson, 


Eliza, m. 


48. 


• ( 


Samuel T. 


• 


04. 




Joseph Edward ") 
hubella A. (S(etU)i 
Henry C. 


49- 
50. 




Bon sail 
Hannah, m. 




95. 


ti 
(1 


51. 


u 


Joseph 




96. 


<i 


Mary, m. 


53. 


u 


Sarah Evans, m. 




103. 


<i 


John E. ^ 
3f<iri(i (Milne$) j 


53. 


u 


Benjamin Sliarpless ) 




u 




(< 


Salo7ne (Metz) 


J 


104. 


1 i 


Barclay 


54. 


(( 


Josiah 




105. 


<< 


David 


55. 


(( 


Edward 




106. 


<( 


.losiah 1 


56. 


u 


Jane, m. 






l( 


Lyditi Ann {ITo(>pe») i 


57. 


<( 


Mary 




107. 


(( 


Mary Aim 


58. 


t( 


David > 
Ann (Evans) / 




114. 


it 


Frances Ann 




(( 




115. 


>l 


(Tcorgo Dnyfj!^" 


59. 


(( 


Ephraim 




116. 


.( 


Elizabeth Chapman, m 


60. 


(( 


Isaac 




117. 


{< 


Georjie Ducjiaii | 


61. 


(( 


William \ 






11 


Bertiir,' ( Woodruff) / 




u 


Rachel (Barclay) j 




118. 


I. 


l{(>xanna ('. 


63. 


11 


Eleanor, m. 




119. 


«( 


Mary Webb, in. 


64. 


a 


John 




ISO. 


1. 


Benjamin H\ish 


65. 


'< 


William D. 




1'21. 


I( 


Dorinoii Abbott 


66. 


u 


Samuel 




122. 


I. 


Emily Lillian 


67. 


(( 


Josiah 


) 


140. 


(< 


Marv Elizabctli 




(( 


Fanny (Steven non 


[ 


141. 


<( 


Elisi.a 




a 


Mary W. (Abbott) 


i 


142. 


'• 


Josiah C'iiarlos 


68. 


(( 


Mary, in. 




143. 


tl 


Rebecca .lane 


69. 


(( 


Elizabeth, m. 




144. 


t( 


Evan Owen 


70. 


i. 


Isaac 




145. 


'( 


Jo.seph 


71. 


i( 


Joseph 




146. 


u 


Edwin V. 


73. 


a 


Charles Benjamin 




147. 


(( 


Clara Pri.scilla 


73. 


(< 


Elisha Davis 




148. 


i( 


John C. 


74. 


(( 


Hugh Scarlett 




149. 


i( 


William C. 


75. 


(( 


Samuel S. 


,} 


154- 


u 


William 11. 




11 


Rachel Ann ( Way] 


155. 


a 


Geortje W . ) 


76. 


(( 


Abigail N., m. 






u 


Flora A ( Ilohnet) \ 


77. 


(( 


Mary S., m. 




156. 


(( 


James Henry ^ 


78. 


(( 


Evan Owen 


1 




. . 


Mary F. ( Thoman) i 




(( 


Elizabeth Campbell / 


157. 


t( 


Isaac 


79. 


(( 


Elisha B. 




158. 


. f 


Sanm.'l M. \ 


80. 


X 


Samuel 






(( 


Naomi M. (Curry) / 


81. 


Cl 


Mary Jane, m. 




159. 


u 


Josiah 


83. 


{( 


Mary, m. 




160. 


<( 


Sarah Ann, m. 


83. 


<( 


Joseph \ 
Elizabeth (Font)) 




161. 


i( 


CariOine K., //*. 




a 




162. 


n 


Joseph A. ) 


84. 


(i 


Sarah Ann 






i( 


&irah ( Walker) / 


85. 


(( 


Isaac 




163. 


It 


ScbaKtinii 


86. 


i( 


William 




164. 


it 


Alfred L. 




<< 


Melisaa J. (Smith) 




165. 


.1 


( )Hcnr V. 




u 


Elizabeth J. {Den 




166. 


i< 


William J. 






nette) 




167. 


II 


Mary .1. 


87. 


(< 


Rachel, m. 




16H. 


II 


]{:i(Im-1 


88. 


{( 


Samuel 


 


169. 


l> 


Josiah It. 




(( 


Affiah {Allen) 


170. 


II 


.lohn Sherman 




It 


Eliza (Jlassburrjer 


171. 


li 


Santh E. 


89. 


a 


James T. 




: 172. 


<< 


Newton 


90. 


(■ 


John T. 


.,} 


173. 


t< 


Ella 




(( 


Eliza A. (Faulkne 


174. 


1 > 


llaiTict 


91. 


<( 


Hannah 




175. 


II 


A lire 


93. 


(( 


Courad Feger 




176. 


<< 


C. II. 



370 



INDEX. 



9 

12 



Jackson, Joseph 

John ir. ) 

Marrjaret {Reed) / 

Mary Ann, m. 

Annis, m. 

Samuel 

James Warren 

Kachel A. 

Charles L. 

Thomas C. 

Ellsworth C. 

Alfred L. 

]\Iinnie May 

Ida Florence 

Cora Belle 

Henry Faulkner 

Oscar W. 

John T. 

Frank M. 

IVIary E. 

William H. 

Hattie J. 

Clark 

Annie Isabel 

Harry B. 

William S. 

Elizabeth Ann 

Joseph 

David 

Dyson 

Hannah Margaret 

Benjamin 

Samuel 

Mary Bernice, m. 

George Corydon 

Alice Elizabeth, m. 

Willie Woodruff 

Blanche Winitield 

Lucien X. 

Calli B. 

Eliza A. 

George W. 

F. Alice 

Dora May 

Josephine 

John M. 

Mary L. 

Louella F. 

Naomi 

Louis Spalding 

Mary E. 

Ellis 

Jacobs^ Francis M. ) 

" Mary Ann (Jackson) / 
Johnson, Benjamin \ 

Maiy (Jackson) j 
Jordan, John 

'• Kachel (Jaclison) 



161. 
343. 



77. 
139. 

305. 
306. 
307. 
308. 
309. 
310. 

119. 

256. 
257. 
258. 
259. 
260. 
261. 
262. 
203. 



125. 

265. 
373. 

374. 
375. 

272. 



76. 
131. 



133. 

133. 
134. 
135. 
130. 
137. 

138. 
295. 



A 



K. 

Krovk, David 

" Caroline R. (Jackson) 
" Clarence 

Lamborn. Josiah "I 

" Sarah (Jackson) / 

Lazcrie, Joseph ) 

Mary S. (Jackson) ) 
William M. | 

Mar/gie J. ( Walker) / 
Annabella Wistar 
J oseph 

Samuel Walker 
IVIargaretta 
Clayton Newbold 
Miiry 
Lippincott, Aur/usUis 

" Mary Webb (Jack 

son) J 

Theodore J. 
]\Iary J. 
George A. 
Lillian 
Aubrey 
Helen 
Stella E. 
Anna V. 

M. 

McKay, John "1^ 

" Elizabeth (Duggan) / 
Mcrlz, Henry G. \ 

" ]\Iaria Elnora (Boreau) J 

" Frank Chapman 

" Dora Louise 

" George West 
Miller, L. A. \ 

" Ursula (Bridges) J 

P. 

Parker, Wi^iar I 

" Abigail N. (.Jackson) j 

" John Jackson ") 

" Hannah tS. {Reming 

ton) 

" Samuel .7. 1 

" Mary {Baily) / 

" Henry 

" Elizabeth 

" ]\Iary S.. m. 

" Henry 3Iorris 

" Dillwyn 1 

" Carrie {Lowry) ) 

" Ellen Baily, m. 

" Joseph Warner 



J 



IXDEX. :t71 



296. 


Parker. 


Lydia H. Remir 


IgtOD 


3r.9. 


Smith, 


, Robert 11. 


297. 


(< 


Abbie Wistav 




360. 




Samuel C. 


298. 


(< 


Caroline R. 




3»'.l. 




:Marv M. 


299. 


(< 


Edgar James 




3(>2. 




^lary Klle.i 


300. 


«' 


Elizabeth 15aily 




303. 




Emm:i .1. 


'A()i\ 


(( 


Heurv Wistar 




3G4. 




^Villiam (.'. 



ERRATA. 



" 159, " 



Page 80, line 9 from the bottom, read » Cassandra born. 

" 85, '^ 3 " » for " Grey " read Gray. 

108, " 11 " " for Deeendants read Z>ejjcr7irfa«/«. 

" 149, '• 10 » ^^ for 831 read 830 

" 152, '' 8 " " for Martha read Mary. 

159, " 1 at the bottom, read 8mo. 3, 1852. 

163, " 14 from the top, for 904 read 903. 

" 176, " 6 " " for 1070 read 1080. 

" 176, '' 8 " bottom, for William read Williamx. 

" 176, " 4 " " read Josephine i Davis) Jacit-^o/i. 

'' 224, '^ 2 " top, read "Children of (2234) Isaac an. I 

Phebe." 

" 303, " 13 " top, read " Children of Robert //." 

" 305, '' 6 " '' " "Children of (110) Ellis." 

» 307, " 3 " bottom,read " Children of (132) Samuel.- 

" 318, " 4 " " for (58) read (68). 

" 322, " 7 " top, for (3)18) read (3119 . 



370 INDEX. 

181. Jacksou, Joseph I J^ 

182. " John H. ) ir r -n ■^' 

Margaret {Reed) i ... KrovTcDamd 

183. " ]\rary Ann, m. IJ.V Carohne R. (Jackson) 

184. " Annis, m. i ^*^- Clarence 
18o. " Samuel 



Jordan, John \ <• Carrie {Lowry) I 

12. '• Kachel (.:acl,son)/ 138. " Ellen Daily, w. 

1 <J95. '* Joseph Warner 



IXDEX. 



:'.71 



29G. 


Parker, Lydia H. Remington 


297. 


a 


Abbie Wistar 


298. 


li 


Caroline R. 


299. 


t< 


Edgar James 


300. 


<< 


Elizabeth llaily 


303. 


(( 


Henry Wistar 


304. 


u 


Sylvester Clemson 




Piatt, 


David [^ 
Hannah (.Jackson) ) 


50. 


n 




Pieper, Harry ") 


184. 


t i 


Anuis (Jackson) j 



;l')0. Smith, Robert II. 



360. 




Saniuol (.'. 


3(;i. 




:Mary M. 


302. 




Mary Elloii 


3fi3. 




Ennna .1. 


;)(U. 




AVilliam ('. 


3(>.-,. 




Dillwyn 


3i;g. 




Ednnind S. 


307. 




Elizabeth W 


308. 




Maria 11. 



Peeve, Dallax \ 

138. " Ellen (Baily) j 



97. 
210. 
217. 



218. 
219, 

220. 

221. 

222. 

223. 

224. 
225. 

352. 
353. 
354. 
355. 
350. 
357. 
358. 



S. 

STnitJi, Robert H. 1 

" Elizabeth (Williams) i 
'■ Daniel 

John W. I 

Maria {Hall)  
Edith Ulall) J 
Ivebecca, m. 
]5arcla}' \ 

Hannah {HoyU) / 
Sinclair | 

Tacy (Ilall) ) 
Ephraira ) 

Sarah (Elkinton) { 
Joel J. I 

Deborah Ann (Strat- 

ton) J 

Robert 1 

Rebecca S. (Stratton) ) 
Jane 

William D. | 

Hannah {Street) i 
Eliza 
Walter 
Nathan R. 
Arthur II. 
Benjamin 
Anna Mary 
Elizabeth B. 



X 

(( 
( 1 
<( 
(( 
<< 
11 
(( 
<I 



<( 
I. 



li 
ii 
(( 
a 



Taylor, Isaac I 

39. " ISIary (.lackson) i 

TJioinpson, Janus \ 

110. " Elizabeth (Chap. }• 

man) j 

249. " Kiish Jackson i 
' ' Fa It n ie T. ( ] 'ideav) i 

250. " Mary I'.crnice 






w. 

Warnock, John W. 

" Kate (Eifoi-tj 
" -Myra 

'• Anna 

Henry E. 

Ray M. 

J)a n iel I 

Jane (Jackson) i 

Elizabeth, vi. 

David 

Ann, in. 

Catharine, vt. 

Sarah, m. 

Ephraim ^ 

Ami (Shiirji) I 

Sarah 

Yarnull, ynthai, i 

10. " Raclu'l /Jark.soii) i 

Yoring, Jeremiah U'. 
J,-)!. " Mary I'.crnice (Jack- 



179. 
345. 
346. 
347. 
348. 

50. 

97. 

98. 

99. 
11)0. 
101. 
1(12. 

233. 



Williams, 

n 
({ 
<( 
l( 
l( 
(( 
<< 
t( 

(i 



J' 



<^ 



THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 
^" UEFERENCE DEPARTMENT 

, • «aer no circumstances to be