Joseph Andrews1

M, b. 1657, d. February 1724/25
FatherLt. John Andrews1 b. 1621, d. 20 Apr 1708
MotherJane Jordan1 b. 1622, d. bt 1706 - 1712
     Joseph Andrews was born in 1657 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; 19 Sep 1657 Topsfield IGI; or Ipswich, Essex County, MA (Ancestry One World Tree.)2,3 He was yeoman.1 He married Sarah Ringe at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 16 February 1680/81.4 Joseph Andrews lived; MA.1 He was a witness He & 4 sons signed pet. to save John Proctor and wife in witchcraft delusion (NEHGR vl 70).
Petition on behalf of John Proctor & his wife
accused of Witch Craft in Salem

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"The Humble and Sincere Declaration of us, Subscribers, Inhabitants in Ipswich, on the Behalf of our Neighbors, John Proctor and his wife, now in Trouble and under Suspicion of Witchcraft.

"To The Honorable Court Of Assistants Now Sitting In Boston

"Honored and Right Worshipful,- The aforesaid John Proctor may have great reason to justify the Divine Sovereignty of God under these severe remarks of Providence, upon his peace and honor, under a due reflection upon his life past; and so the best of us have reason to adore the great pity and indulgence of God's providence, that we are not exposed to the utmost shame that the Devil can invent, under the permissions of sovereignty, though not for that sin forenamed, yet for our many transgressions. For we do at present suppose, that it may be a method within the severer but just transactions of the infinite majesty of God, that he sometimes permit Sathan to peronate, dissemble, and thereby abuse innocents and such as do, in the fear of God, defy the Devil and all his works. Thew great rage he is permitted to attempt holy Job with; the abuse he does the famous Samuel in disquieting hissilent dust, by shadowing his venerable person in answer to the charms of witchcraft; and other instances from good hands,- may be arguments. Besides the unsearchable footsteps of God's judgements, that are brought to light every morning, that astonish our weaker reasons; to teach us adoration, trembling, dependence, &c. But we must not trouble Your Honors by being tedious.Therefore, being smitten with the notice of what hath happened, we reckon it within the duties of our charity that teacheth us do as we would be done by, to offer thus much for clearing of our neighbors' innocency; viz., that we never had the least knowledge of such a nefandous wickedness in our said neighbors, since they have been our acquaintance. Neither do we remember any such thoughts in us concerning them, or ant action by them or either of them, directly tending that way, no more than might be in the lives of any persons of the clearest reputation as top any such evils. What God may have left them to, we cannot go into God's pavilion clothed with clouds of darkness round about; but, as to what we have ever seen or heard of them, upon our consciences we judge them innocent of the crime objected. His breeding hath amongst us, and was of religious parents in our place, and, by reason of relations and properties within our town, hath had constant intercourse with us. We speak upon our personal acquaintance and observations; and so leave our neighbors, and this testimony on their behalf, to the wise thoughts of Your Honors.
Jn Wise Nathanill Perkins Benjamin Marshall
William Story Senr Thomas Lovkine John Andrews Jur
Reinalld Foster William Cogswell William Butler
Thos Chote Thomas Varny William Andrews
John Burnum Sr John Fellows John Andrews
William Thomson Wm Cogswell Jur John Chote Ser
Tho. Low Senr Jonathan Cogswell Joseph Proctor
Isaac Foster John Cogswell Jr. Samuel Giddings
John Burnum jun John Cogswell Joseph Evleth
William Goodhew Thomas Andrews James White
Isaac Perkins John Andrews

I have given the names of the men who signed this paper, as copied from the original. It is due to their memory; and their descendants may well be gratified by the testimony thus borne to their courage and justice.
(This was written by the author Charles W. Upham).


Source: Salem Witchcraft, by Charles W. Upham, pub. New York, Vol. II, pg 305-306.5
In Lt. John Andrews's will on 13 March 1705 at Essex, Essex County, Massachusetts, John, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth, William and Jane was named as an heir.6 Joseph Andrews Joseph Andrews claims no right in old Common right of my fa John A decd at Avershill (On back: To Mr. Adam Cogswell, cred in est of Lft, John A late of Ips, decd.) (Ibid). on 3 January 1716/17 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.4 He died in February 1724/25 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; aged 67 yrs Andrews Genealogy.2,3 He made a will at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 13 February 1724/25.4

Family

Sarah Ringe b. 7 Aug 1659, d. 5 Mar 1724
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 21 of 3037.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 28 of 3037.
  5. [S443] Mrs. Harriet Andross Goodell, "John Andrews of Ipswich."
  6. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 12 of 3037.

Sarah Ringe1

F, b. 7 August 1659, d. 5 March 1724
     Sarah Ringe was also known as Sarah Ring.2 Sarah Ringe was also known as Sarah Rindge.3 She was born on 7 August 1659 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,1 She married Joseph Andrews at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 16 February 1680/81.1 Her married name was Andrews.3 Sarah Ringe died on 5 March 1724 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 64; "died after 1714 in Ipswich, Essex County, MA" Andrews desc 2009.2,1

Family

Joseph Andrews b. 1657, d. Feb 1724/25
Children

Citations

  1. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 28 of 3037.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Ephraim A. Andrews1

M, b. 1723, d. between 1786 and 1813
FatherJonathan Andrews1 b. bt 1697 - 1698, d. 10 Jun 1759
MotherSarah Smith1 b. 23 Nov 1690, d. 11 May 1754
     Ephraim A. Andrews was born in 1723 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the child of Jonathan Andrews and Sarah Smith and immigrated with them in 1732 to at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine; "Jonathan Andrews came to Scarborough from Ipswich, MA in 1732. ON Feb 25 1733 Jonathan and Sarah, wife of Jonathan Andrews, were dismissed from the 2nd church in Ipswich MA and were admitted to the First Congregational Church of Scarborough." Desc of Jonathan Andrews, p. 1 of 18
"Jonathan Andrews removed to this town from Ipswich MA in 1732. None of that name preceded him here. He proved a valuable addition to the number of enterprising settlers at a time when the young settlement stood greatly in need of such." Jonathan Andrews desc p 1 of 18.4 Ephraim A. Andrews married Anna T Brown on 23 August 1749 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine.2 Ephraim and Anna was listed as a member of a church at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine, on 29 April 1750.5 In Jonathan Andrews's will on 3 July 1752 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine, Sarah, Jonathan, Ephraim, Sarah and Amos was named as an heir.6 Ephraim A. Andrews died between 1786 and 1813 at Machias, Washington County, Maine; "died after 30 May 1785" Andrews desc 2009.2,3

Family

Anna T Brown b. 23 Apr 1730, d. bt 1770 - 1800
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 44 of 3037.
  4. [S1215] Descendants of Jonathan Anrews, online http://files.usgwarchives.net/me/cumberland/scarboro/…
  5. [S1215] Descendants of Jonathan Anrews, online http://files.usgwarchives.net/me/cumberland/scarboro/…, p 2 of 18.
  6. [S903] The Will of Jonathan Andrews, online http://www.mainegenealogy.net/maine_wills.asp
  7. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 97 of 3037.

Peter Andrews1

M, b. circa 1605, d. September 1650
     Peter Andrews was born circa 1605; of London.1 He was merchant.1 He married Rachael Vassall, daughter of John Vassall and Judith Borough, circa 1630.1 Peter Andrews died in September 1650; will date 29 Aug 1650 administration granted 3 Oct 1650 (PC.1 He was buried; (PCC 152 Pembroke.)1

Family

Rachael Vassall b. c 1611, d. a 1650

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Rachael Vassall1

F, b. circa 1611, d. after 1650
FatherJohn Vassall1 b. 1544, d. Sep 1625
MotherJudith Borough1 b. c 1570, d. Jan 1638/39
     Rachael Vassall was born circa 1611 at England.1 She married Peter Andrews circa 1630.1 Her married name was Andrews.1 Rachael Vassall died after 1650; administratrix of her husband's estate 3 Oct 1650.1

Family

Peter Andrews b. c 1605, d. Sep 1650

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Sarah Gryfyth1

F, b. circa 1734, d. between 22 October 1805 and December 1806
     Sarah Gryfyth was also known as Sarah Griffith.2 She was born circa 1734 at Wales.2 She married John Boyd at Frederick County, Virginia, in 1754.1,3 Her married name was Boyd.4 Sarah Boyd mentioned Sarah Boyd in a will on 4 April 1800 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; then Berkeley County VA;
"In the name of God amen I John Boyd of the county of Berkeley commonwealth of Virginia being weak in body but sound in mind and memory do on this eighth day of April in tye year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred make publish pronounce and declare this to be my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills heretofore made by me.
Imprimis my soul I recommend to the supreme ruler of the worl & my body I recommend to be buried in a decent and chistian like manner at the direction of my executors herein named and the Estate of which I may die possessed I will & dispose of in the following manner
it is my will and I do direct that my beloved wife Sarah Boyd shall possess and enjoy all my Estate both real and personal during her natural life in the following manner and upon the following terms
that is to say my said wife Sarah Boyd is to live on my plantation in the said county of Berkeley or rent the same out as she may think most proper and from the product of the said place and the annual interest of the money arising from the sale of such of my personal estate as is hereafter directed to be sold by my Executors she is to support my oldest son Charles Boyd during her natural life.
Item it is my will and I do diret that after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd my plantation on which I now live shall be sold and the money arising from the sale thereof to be divided in the following manner
one thousand dollars thereof to be laid out in bank stok or put to interest at the direction of my executors and the annual interest thereof to be applied by my executors to the support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and at his death the said one thousand dollars to be equally divided between my four sons John Boyd William Boyd Elijah Boyd and Elisha Boyd.
Item it is my will and I do direct my Executors to pay to my grand children sons and daughters of Mary Munford now dead the following sums out of the money arising from the sale of my said plantation, to wit, to Sarah Munford four pounds Virginia currency to Mary Munford four pounds of like currency to John Munford eight pounds Virginia currency to James Munford four pounds of like currency & to Margaret Munford four pounds of like currency to be paid to them & to each of them by my Executors at the time of their marriage or at the arrival at the age of twenty one years provided the land should be sold and the money received for the sale thereof before the several periods at which they may marry or arrive to the age of twenty one years then & in that case the said legacies are not to be paid until the money should be received and if any of my said grandchildren should die before they arrive to the age of twenty one years or before they should marry then the share of such I gave and bequeath to my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha to be equally divided amonst them.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Rachel Bailey eighty dollars to be paid to her and of the money arising from the sale of my land in five annual payments aftter the same may be received but if she should die before the whole or any part thereof should be received then it is my will that the same may be equally divided between her children as they may marry or arrive at the age of twenty one years if the money arising from the sale of my lands should then be received if not then said legacy is not to be paid until the said money shallbe received
Item it is my will that all my personal or moveable estate (except two cows two featherbeds and bedding and such other parts of my household and kithen furniture as my wife Sarah may wish to keep) be sold at the direction of my executor and the money arising from the sale be put to interest for the purpose as before mentioned until the death of my wife & my son Charles of the longest lives of them and after their death to be equally divided amongst my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will if any Debts should be owing by me that they should be paid and of the first money arising from the sale of my personal estate
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret the sum of thirty dollars to be paid to her by my executor out of the money arising from the sale of my lands as soon as the same may be received and if she should die before that timethen I will & bequeath the same to her son John Sutton and if he should die beforethat period then the said sum of thirty dollars to be equally divided between my four Sons John Wililiam Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will that mulatto Mill shall be free atthe age of twenty one years which period it is my will that she shall belong to my wife Sarah Boyd and be entirely at her disposal in case should die before the said Mill arrives at the age of twenty one years
Item I will and bequeath all the balance of the money arising from the sale of my lands and all the rest & residue of my estate of whatsoever kind to my four sons John Boyd William Body Elijah Boyd Elisha Boyd to be equally divided amongst them and it is my intent and meaning that the several Devises before mentioned to my four sons John Willliam Elijah Elisha shall be to them and each of them and each of their heirs forever.
Item I will and direct the cows, featherbeds, household and kitchen furniture before mentioned devised to my wife Sarah during her natural life to besold after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd and the money arising from the sale thereof to be put to interest for the benefit and support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and after his death principal sum to be between my four sons John William Elijah Elisha and their heirs forever.
Item I will and bequeath to my son Charles during his natural life one feather bed and bedding and lastly I do constitute and appoint my son Elisha Boyd sole Executor of this m last will and testament and do by this my last will authorize and impower him to sell my lands whereon I liv as before mentioned contained and decribed in three different patents or Deeds and do impower him the convey the same to the purchaser or purchaser my said Executor being authorized to sell the said lands for ca or upon a credit as he may think proper.5 She left a will on 22 October 1805 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; In the name of God Amen. I Sarah Boyd of the county of Berkeley and commonwealth of Virginia being of Sound disposing mind & memory do make this my last will and Testament hereby revoking all other wills by me heretofore made.
Imprimus I recommend my soul to Almighty God hoping to receive forgiveness of all my sins and it is my wish that my Executors hereinafter named should cause my body to be buried in a plain and decent manner. As to my worldly estate I will and dispose of the same in the following manner.
I give to my son Charles Boyd the sum of Twenty dollars and one hose called Chesnut and also a Mulatto Mill who was bound to my husband John Boyd while she waS twenty one years of age to serve him and his Heirs and willed by my said husband to me during my life and at my death to be disposed of as I should think proper. It is my will that she shall serve my son Charles Boyd while she is twenty one years of age and provided that he should die before she is twenty one years of age she is to serve my son Elisha Boyd and his heirs. I also give to my son Charles Boyd one piece of pulled cloth and five yards of Flannel whih it is my will that he shall have to be made up into Clothes for him as he may want them.
I give to my son John Boyd and his heirs he sum of one hundred dollars and one black mare called Til.
I give to my daughter Margaret Sutton the sum of twelve dollars and my Silver Shoe Bukels to her and her heirs.
I give to my daughter Rachel Bayley & her heirs twelve dollars and my silk cloak.
I give to my granddaughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son John Boyd 3 Table Spoons made of silver and Six Tea Spoons made of silver to be delivered by my Executors hereine after named to my son John Boyd to be kept by him for my said grand daughter until she marries or arrives at the age of 21 years, and if she hould die before that period then I give the said spoons to my son John Boyd and his heirs.
I give to my granddaughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son Elisha Boyd the sum of one hundred dollars which said sum it is my will shall be put to interest as soon as convenient after my decease & so reman until my said granddaughter arises to the age of twenty one or marries at whih period it is to be paid to her with interest thereone by my Executor and if she dies before she marries or arrives at the age of twenty one years then it is my willand I give the same to my son Elisha Boyd and his heirs.
I do also give to my grand daughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son Elisha Boyd three silver table spoons to be kept for her by my son Elisha Boyd or His Heirs until she marries or arrive at the age of twenty one years and if she should die before that period then I give the said spoons to Elisha Boyd and his heirs.
I give to my grand daughter Sarah Baily daughter to my daughter Racheal Bailey twenty Dollars to be paid to her by my Executors when demanded after she marries or arrives at the age of twenty one & if she should die before she marries or arrivs at the age of twenty one it is my will that her said sum of twenty dolars should be equally divided between my grand sons John and Elisha sons of my son Elijah deceased or the survivor of them and the heir of such survivor of either of them should die before the age of twenty one years and without legal issue to be ;paid them when demanded after they arrive to the age of twenty one years.
I give to my grand daughter Saran Munford daughter to my daughter Mary Munford deceased & one brown heifer with a white fae one spinnng wheel and one of my gowns to her and her heirs.
It is my will and I give the remaining of my clothes not before disposed of to be equally divided between my daughters Margaret Sutton and Rachel Bailey whih with the money beforementioned and devisd to them they are to receive from my Executors when demanded. It is also my will that my just debbts if I should owe any should be paid and my personal expenses in preference to anything else. It is my will that my Executors should ____ after my Death, sell all the personal property which shall belong to me and fromthe money arising from such sale and what money I may have then at the time of my death,my just debts and burial expenses & Legacies before mentioned are to be paid and the balance if any be put to interest and the interest arising therefrom be paid my son Charles o applid by my Executors acuraely to his support dring his natural life and t his death the principal sum if any I give to my son Elisha Boyd & his heirs. It is not to be understood it is my will than any of my clothes or other specific Legacy hereinbefore mentioned shallb sold or apraised but delivered by my Executors to the several persons however they are agreeable to the Executors of this my will. Lastly I appoint my sons John Boyd and Elisha Boyd Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In wtness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 22nd day of October 1805. Sarah Boyd her mark.6 She died between 22 October 1805 and December 1806 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; will writ 22 Oct 1805;
John BOYD of Berkley Co WV by Gordon W PAUL; SLC: chapter 1,
page 2; NOTE: Cartmell's History states that the GRIFFITH family came from
Chester Co PA to Frederick Co VA in 1777, that the Griffith's were of WELSH
origin, and that three brothers came from WALES in 1716 to PA. (page 3).. Sarah
died in 1806..7

Family

John Boyd b. 21 Mar 1731, d. bt 5 Apr 1800 - 23 Jun 1800
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ricketts Family Tree.
  2. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 2.
  3. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Davenport-McRoberts Family.
  4. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  5. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 448.
  6. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 451.
  7. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 3.

Solomon Andrews1

M, b. 8 August 1699, d. 18 September 1778
FatherWilliam Andrews1 b. 1649, d. 7 Feb 1716
MotherMargaret Woodward1 b. 24 Feb 1655/56, d. bt 1724 - 1730
     Solomon Andrews was born on 8 August 1699 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; VR Births. Savage thinks this is the son of "Ano. William of Ipswich."2,3,4 He witnessed the probate of the estate of William Andrews and Margaret Woodward between 12 March 1715/16 and 21 May 1716 at Essex County, Massachusetts; Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol. IV, No 2, page 78 – Ensign William Andrews of Ipswich deceased intestate, the administration granted to his widow Margaret 12 Mar 1715/16 with Seth Story and Samuel Story sureties bond five hundred pounds on file. Lists the children.
w.p. Essex County Probate Index 1638-1840, # 728.
Essex Probate Ct Records, vl. 311,p. 389 (May 21 1716) - We whose names are under written being the children of ensign William Andrews of Chebacco alias Ipswich in the County of Essex in New England decd intestate nevertheless we the children of the deceased having in our father's life time heard him speaking his mind and verbal will how he would have his estate disposed of and we being willing to conform the same and that love may continue therefore we whose names are under written have agreed as follows that
William Andrews son of the above named Ensign William Andrews deceased having delivered unto me one good yoke of oxen out of my father's cattle to be my own free from any obligation of paying anything for them and the free privilege incomes and benefit of eight apple trees standing in the field during my natural life will acquit my said father's estate from me and my heirs forever.
Nextly I John Andrews son to the deceased William Andrews am fully satisfied as to any more portion out of my father's estate provided I may peaceably possess and enjoy the thirty acres of upland which I received of my father provided it appear to be thirty acres or be made up twenty nine or thirty acres then I John Andrews will acquit the said estate which my father died freed of from me I John Andrews & my heirs forever.
Also I Ezekiel Andrews son to William Andrews deceased am fully satisfied with the parcel of land put into my possession by my father bounded as followeth on the northerly side of Thomas Burnham’s barn from thence to the Scotsman’s Tree from thence to a stake near John Andrews weare, and also a piece of marsh about two acres which my said father bought of John Downing these lands beng conformed then I Ezekiel Andrews will acquit my father William Andrews his estate that he died of every particular from me the sd Ezekiel Andrews and my heirs forever.
Morever we the sons in law who married the daughter of the sd William Andrews deceased with our wives viz? Samuel Gott & Margaret his wife Joshua Norwood and Elizabeth his wife Thomas Butler and Abigail his wife of it be made up to each daughter the wives of sd Samuel Gott Joshua Norwood and Thomas Butler and each many? wife shall acquit every part of the estate that our father Wiliam Andrews decd of from every part of ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever Zachariah Story with Rachel my wife she being the daughter of the William Andrews decd having twenty pounds out of the estate delivered to me with what we have already had being part to acquit our father William Andrews estate of from ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever we Meriam and Patience Andrews upon our receiving twenty pounds apiece out of the estate which our father William Andrews died of will acquit the sd estate from ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever we the sons and daugher sons by law as well as natural sons to humbly pray and desire that our mother the widow Margaret Andrews late wife of sd William Andrews and our brothers Jonathan and Solomon Andrews sons of the decd our father William Andrews deceased should inherit possess and enjoy both them and their heirs forever according to law or they shall agree all the rest of the ? which our father Wiliam Andrews died seized of ? to be understood that Ezekiel Andrews is to be five shilling a year unt forever for his land also to pay back to the estate of the decased twelve pounds ten shillings and for confirmaton of the premises written both of the instrument we the afre sd William Andrews John Andrews and Ezekiel Andrews Samuel Gott Margaret Gott his wife Joshua Norwood & Elizabeth his wife Thomas Butler & Abigail his wife Zachariah Story and Rachel his wife, Meriam Andres and Patience Andrews have set to our honor and ? of March in the year of our Lolrd seventeen hundred and fifteen or sixteen and in the second year of the reign of our ggrate? George One.5 He married Elizabeth Ingalls at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 27 October 1726.3 Solomon Andrews lived between 1765 and 1778 at Carlisle, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; "Solomon was a farmer and a blacksmith. He came from Chebacco to Concord on ox sleds about 1765 and settld on the Captain Page farm; it was that part of Concord that now is Carlisle, MA. Both Solomon and Elizabeth are buried in the old Cemetery there.
Deeds recorded: IN 1757 200 acres of land was transferred to Solomon Andrews of Ipswich from Abraham Colburn of Dracut (John Blood's former land). In 1793 there is record of 20 acres and a hsue from David Blood to Solomong Andrews. In 1799 Edmund Andrews to Solomon Andrews [prob son of Edmucd] 70 acres and a barn.6 He died on 18 September 1778 at Carlisle, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 79; Benjamin Steward buys land from him 1761
"buried in Old Cemetery, Carlisle, Middlesex County, 3,4

Family

Elizabeth Ingalls b. 24 Jul 1710, d. 17 Sep 1778
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S320] James Savage, Savage's NE Settlers.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 26 of 3037.
  5. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009,
    23 of 3036.
  6. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 45 of 3037.
  7. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 46 of 3037.

Elizabeth Ingalls1

F, b. 24 July 1710, d. 17 September 1778
     Elizabeth Ingalls was born on 24 July 1710 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; dau of Joseph Ingalls and Sarah Thompson.2,3 She married Solomon Andrews at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 27 October 1726.2 Her married name was Andrews.1 Elizabeth Ingalls died on 17 September 1778 at Carlisle, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 68; buried in Old Cemetery, Carlisle, Middlesex County, MA" Andrews desc 2009.2,3

Family

Solomon Andrews b. 8 Aug 1699, d. 18 Sep 1778
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 44 of 3037.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 46 of 3037.

Solomon Andrews1

M, b. 9 September 1727, d. say July 1759
FatherSolomon Andrews1 b. 8 Aug 1699, d. 18 Sep 1778
MotherElizabeth Ingalls1 b. 24 Jul 1710, d. 17 Sep 1778
     Solomon Andrews was born on 9 September 1727 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He married Ruth Low on 28 November 1748 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 Solomon Andrews died say July 1759 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; "died before 23 Nov 1759 in Ipswich" Andrews desc 2009.2,3

Family

Ruth Low b. 11 Jun 1727, d. bt 1760 - 1817
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 45 of 3037.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 100 of 3037.

Thomas Andrews1

M, b. 1654, d. 22 March 1718/19
FatherLt. John Andrews1 b. 1621, d. 20 Apr 1708
MotherJane Jordan1 b. 1622, d. bt 1706 - 1712
     Thomas Andrews was born in 1654 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He was also in Andrews Genealogy (2nd ed, 1914; NHSL.)1 He married Mary Belcher at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 9 February 1681/82.3 Thomas Andrews was a witness He & 4 sons signed pet. to save John Proctor and wife in witchcraft delusion (NEHGR vl 70).
Petition on behalf of John Proctor & his wife
accused of Witch Craft in Salem

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"The Humble and Sincere Declaration of us, Subscribers, Inhabitants in Ipswich, on the Behalf of our Neighbors, John Proctor and his wife, now in Trouble and under Suspicion of Witchcraft.

"To The Honorable Court Of Assistants Now Sitting In Boston

"Honored and Right Worshipful,- The aforesaid John Proctor may have great reason to justify the Divine Sovereignty of God under these severe remarks of Providence, upon his peace and honor, under a due reflection upon his life past; and so the best of us have reason to adore the great pity and indulgence of God's providence, that we are not exposed to the utmost shame that the Devil can invent, under the permissions of sovereignty, though not for that sin forenamed, yet for our many transgressions. For we do at present suppose, that it may be a method within the severer but just transactions of the infinite majesty of God, that he sometimes permit Sathan to peronate, dissemble, and thereby abuse innocents and such as do, in the fear of God, defy the Devil and all his works. Thew great rage he is permitted to attempt holy Job with; the abuse he does the famous Samuel in disquieting hissilent dust, by shadowing his venerable person in answer to the charms of witchcraft; and other instances from good hands,- may be arguments. Besides the unsearchable footsteps of God's judgements, that are brought to light every morning, that astonish our weaker reasons; to teach us adoration, trembling, dependence, &c. But we must not trouble Your Honors by being tedious.Therefore, being smitten with the notice of what hath happened, we reckon it within the duties of our charity that teacheth us do as we would be done by, to offer thus much for clearing of our neighbors' innocency; viz., that we never had the least knowledge of such a nefandous wickedness in our said neighbors, since they have been our acquaintance. Neither do we remember any such thoughts in us concerning them, or ant action by them or either of them, directly tending that way, no more than might be in the lives of any persons of the clearest reputation as top any such evils. What God may have left them to, we cannot go into God's pavilion clothed with clouds of darkness round about; but, as to what we have ever seen or heard of them, upon our consciences we judge them innocent of the crime objected. His breeding hath amongst us, and was of religious parents in our place, and, by reason of relations and properties within our town, hath had constant intercourse with us. We speak upon our personal acquaintance and observations; and so leave our neighbors, and this testimony on their behalf, to the wise thoughts of Your Honors.
Jn Wise Nathanill Perkins Benjamin Marshall
William Story Senr Thomas Lovkine John Andrews Jur
Reinalld Foster William Cogswell William Butler
Thos Chote Thomas Varny William Andrews
John Burnum Sr John Fellows John Andrews
William Thomson Wm Cogswell Jur John Chote Ser
Tho. Low Senr Jonathan Cogswell Joseph Proctor
Isaac Foster John Cogswell Jr. Samuel Giddings
John Burnum jun John Cogswell Joseph Evleth
William Goodhew Thomas Andrews James White
Isaac Perkins John Andrews

I have given the names of the men who signed this paper, as copied from the original. It is due to their memory; and their descendants may well be gratified by the testimony thus borne to their courage and justice.
(This was written by the author Charles W. Upham).


Source: Salem Witchcraft, by Charles W. Upham, pub. New York, Vol. II, pg 305-306.4
In Lt. John Andrews's will on 13 March 1705 at Essex, Essex County, Massachusetts, John, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth, William and Jane was named as an heir.5 Thomas Andrews Thomas claims no right in old Common Right of my fa John A decd at Avershill, 3 Jan 1716/1717. Will Thomas Andrews, Sr of Chebacco, yeo., 4 Jan 1717/18, p. 27 Mar 1718, men wife Mary, and son Thomas as executor (Maine Historical and Gen Recorder, v 4) between 1717 and 1719 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He died on 22 March 1718/19 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; VR deaths a 64 y GR 4
buried in Old Burial Ground, Essex, MA - Andrews desc 2009.2 He was buried at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; GR 4 Ipswich VR
"The Essex Antiquarian" Vol VII, April 1903, No. 2 "Here Lyes Ye Body of Mr. Thomas Andrews Senr who died March ye 22 1718 Aged 64 years" - Andrews 2009 desc.3

Family

Mary Belcher b. 12 Jul 1660, d. 31 Mar 1731
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 21 of 3037.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 27 of 3037.
  4. [S443] Mrs. Harriet Andross Goodell, "John Andrews of Ipswich."
  5. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 12 of 3037.

Mary Belcher1

F, b. 12 July 1660, d. 31 March 1731
     Mary Belcher was born on 12 July 1660 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; daughter of Jeremiah Belcher Immgrant, and Mary Lockwood.2 Her married name was Andrews.1 She was name fr Andrews Genealogy (2nd ed, 1914; NHSL.)1 She married Thomas Andrews at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 9 February 1681/82.2 Mary Belcher was a witness Thomas claims no right in old Common Right of my fa John A decd at Avershill, 3 Jan 1716/1717. Will Thomas Andrews, Sr of Chebacco, yeo., 4 Jan 1717/18, p. 27 Mar 1718, men wife Mary, and son Thomas as executor (Maine Historical and Gen Recorder, v 4) with Thomas Andrews between 1717 and 1719 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 Mary Belcher died on 31 March 1731 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 70.3,2

Family

Thomas Andrews b. 1654, d. 22 Mar 1718/19
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 27 of 3037.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.

Thomas Andrews1

M, b. 1685, d. 13 February 1745/46
FatherThomas Andrews1 b. 1654, d. 22 Mar 1718/19
MotherMary Belcher1 b. 12 Jul 1660, d. 31 Mar 1731
     Thomas Andrews was born on 18 August 1682 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He was born in 1685 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He married Mary Smith at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 8 April 1711.2 Thomas Andrews was a witness Thomas claims no right in old Common Right of my fa John A decd at Avershill, 3 Jan 1716/1717. Will Thomas Andrews, Sr of Chebacco, yeo., 4 Jan 1717/18, p. 27 Mar 1718, men wife Mary, and son Thomas as executor (Maine Historical and Gen Recorder, v 4) with Thomas Andrews between 1717 and 1719 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He witnessed Mary Smith's death at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 31 March 1731.4 He married Rebecca Cole at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 8 December 1731.4 Thomas Andrews died on 13 February 1745/46 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3

Family 1

Mary Smith b. 27 Sep 1685, d. 31 Mar 1731
Children

Family 2

Rebecca Cole b. s 1690, d. 1 Jul 1751

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 27 of 3037.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 27 of 3037
    48 of 3037.
  5. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 48 of 3037.

John Boyd1

M, b. 21 March 1731, d. between 5 April 1800 and 23 June 1800
     John Boyd was born on 21 March 1731 at Liverpool St Nicholas, County Lancashire, England; Liverpool, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1659-1812 Record for John Boyd
[Birth March] 21 John son of John Boyd a stranger [Baptized March] 29.2,3 He was 'of the Revolutionary War.1' He immigrated circa 1754 to Frederick County, Virginia; ": John BOYD of Berkley Co WV, by Gordon W PAUL; SLC; chapter
1, page 1, NOTE: A Robert BOYD, a native of the Province of Ulster, Ireland,
and of Scotch parentage, settled in the Cumberland Valley in the vicinity of
what is now Chambersburg, Franklin Co PA, in about the year 1737, on land
purchased from the Indians in 1736. Although at this time we are unable to
make a connection, thirty-five miles south- southwest on Opequon Creek, across the Potomac River, is the town of Martinsburg, near where our ancestor John BOYD settled. About 1754 John purchased 101 acres of land surveyed to a Robert JACKSON, who at that time was living on the property. As John BOYD's eldest son was born in 13 Apr 1756, it is possible this land purchase marked his arrival in what was then Frederick Co VA. (page 2 - John Boyd)
born in England... one of the earliest settlers to the county...was an indian fighter as all early settlers were required to be on account of the frequent incursions of the savages, and always came off victorious in his many encounters with them...He acquired his land in this county by the original grant from Lord FAIRFAX , the patents which are still preserved by descendants....he resided near the North Mountain, about five miles west of Martinsburg... a man of Herculean frame of body, and some anecdotes are related of his hand to hand conflicts with the indians, which demanded all his activity and strength, but in which he was generally victor...he married abt 1754 to Sarah GRYFYTH, a native of WALES, and died in the year 1800, leaving eight children. (page 3.)4 He married Sarah Gryfyth at Frederick County, Virginia, in 1754.2,5 John Boyd 'John Boyd was born circa 1735 in England, emigrated to Virginia circa 1754, and was married to Sarah Griffith circa 1754. . .John Boyd aquired land. . .in Frederick, County, VA [which became Berkely County, VA in] 1772. John Boyd's land acquisitions seem to have begun with the tract of 101 acres, surveyed for Robert Jackson but paid for and issued in the name of John Boyd in 1754, and designated as Tract 801 of Tablers Station Quadrangle. This tract was the site of his home where his family of eight children were born and raised. In 1768, a tract of 53 acres adjoining his land to the north was surveyed to him, shown on the map as Tabler Tract 804. In 1772 he had surveyed for him the 137 acre tract adjoining his land to the southwest designfated as Tabler Tract 802 and extending his land to Boyd's Gap on the crest of North Mountain, a pass over the mountain which was named after him. These three tracts of land totaling 291 acres were taxed to him and were in his possession upon his death in 1800.' , p. 2-3 John Boyd 'was a man of herculean frmae of body, and some anecdotes are related of his hand to hand conflicts with the Indians, which demanded all his activity and strength, but in which he was generally victor', p. 2, quoting F. Vernon Aler's History of Martinsburg & Berkeley County, WVA, pp. 106-107. Subject: John Boyd Date:Wed, 29 Oct 1997 12:28:45 -0500 (EST) From:MWG914@aol.com To: ggrpvc@cyberportal.net Gary, I don't know if this is the one or not. The information sent to me on a family sheet with notes is as follows: John Boyd of Berkley Co. WV by GordonW. Paul John Boyd born in the family home Jan 1760 d 1829 married Nancy Martin 9/7/1791. The family home was just west of Martinsburg near Boyd's Gap in North Mountain in what was then called Frederick Co. VA. He began his RW service as a private in Captain George Walls'Company, Colonel Thomas Elliot's 4th VA Regiment. The company muster rolls shows his pay commenced Apr 1, 1777 at the rate of $6 2/3 per month as a new recruit (age 17) and continued the next month as a waggoner. His term of enlistment was shown to be three years however, later in 1778 he served in Capt Gabriel Long's Co, Col Daniel Morgan's Regiment DAR #69497 Went to Bourbon Co. Ky in late 1790's/ I suppose the war record you quote could belong to John Sr, however, the information sent to me does not indicate a record for this John, but since he did not died until according to the record I have Apr 1800, he certainly could be one and the same. Children listed for John and Sarah Boyd are: Charles Boyd 1756 Margaret Boyd 1758 John Boyd 1760 William Boyd 1761 Rachel Boyd 1763 Elijah Boyd 1765 Mary Boyd 1767 Elisha Boyd 1769 Children of John Boyd,Jr and Nancy Martin William G. Boyd 1792 Sarah Boyd 1794 Charlotte E. Boyd 1795 John Boyd 1797 Elijah Boyd 1799 Nancy Boyd 1801 Elisha Boyd 1803 Sally Ann Boyd 1805 Jane Boyd 1806 Isaac Boyd 1806 Julianna A. Boyd 1810 Ann Rebecca Boyd 1812 Charles Boyd 1814 Lucinda Boyd 1816 Let me hear from you. Mary W. Glenn Mary later wrote: 'The majority of this information is taken from a book called 'John Boyd of Berkley County, WV,' by Gordon W. Paul. Other items used are census records for VA WVA, KY, MO, IN. There is also a will for John Sr. and wife Sarah. . .My own line moved from KY to MO by 1820. ONe of Wm. G. brothers is shown to have gone to AR. A number of John Jr.'s children went to IN and that is why he went with them in his old age. He and two of his brothers had floated down the Ohio landing in Mason County, KY in the 1790's. The county later changed to Bath. He is in Mason, Montgomery, Nicholas, Bourban. It is said that he didn't move, they kept changing the county. Let me know what you think. Mary W. Glenn.6,1 He left a will on 4 April 1800 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; then Berkeley County VA;
"In the name of God amen I John Boyd of the county of Berkeley commonwealth of Virginia being weak in body but sound in mind and memory do on this eighth day of April in tye year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred make publish pronounce and declare this to be my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills heretofore made by me.
Imprimis my soul I recommend to the supreme ruler of the worl & my body I recommend to be buried in a decent and chistian like manner at the direction of my executors herein named and the Estate of which I may die possessed I will & dispose of in the following manner
it is my will and I do direct that my beloved wife Sarah Boyd shall possess and enjoy all my Estate both real and personal during her natural life in the following manner and upon the following terms
that is to say my said wife Sarah Boyd is to live on my plantation in the said county of Berkeley or rent the same out as she may think most proper and from the product of the said place and the annual interest of the money arising from the sale of such of my personal estate as is hereafter directed to be sold by my Executors she is to support my oldest son Charles Boyd during her natural life.
Item it is my will and I do diret that after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd my plantation on which I now live shall be sold and the money arising from the sale thereof to be divided in the following manner
one thousand dollars thereof to be laid out in bank stok or put to interest at the direction of my executors and the annual interest thereof to be applied by my executors to the support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and at his death the said one thousand dollars to be equally divided between my four sons John Boyd William Boyd Elijah Boyd and Elisha Boyd.
Item it is my will and I do direct my Executors to pay to my grand children sons and daughters of Mary Munford now dead the following sums out of the money arising from the sale of my said plantation, to wit, to Sarah Munford four pounds Virginia currency to Mary Munford four pounds of like currency to John Munford eight pounds Virginia currency to James Munford four pounds of like currency & to Margaret Munford four pounds of like currency to be paid to them & to each of them by my Executors at the time of their marriage or at the arrival at the age of twenty one years provided the land should be sold and the money received for the sale thereof before the several periods at which they may marry or arrive to the age of twenty one years then & in that case the said legacies are not to be paid until the money should be received and if any of my said grandchildren should die before they arrive to the age of twenty one years or before they should marry then the share of such I gave and bequeath to my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha to be equally divided amonst them.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Rachel Bailey eighty dollars to be paid to her and of the money arising from the sale of my land in five annual payments aftter the same may be received but if she should die before the whole or any part thereof should be received then it is my will that the same may be equally divided between her children as they may marry or arrive at the age of twenty one years if the money arising from the sale of my lands should then be received if not then said legacy is not to be paid until the said money shallbe received
Item it is my will that all my personal or moveable estate (except two cows two featherbeds and bedding and such other parts of my household and kithen furniture as my wife Sarah may wish to keep) be sold at the direction of my executor and the money arising from the sale be put to interest for the purpose as before mentioned until the death of my wife & my son Charles of the longest lives of them and after their death to be equally divided amongst my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will if any Debts should be owing by me that they should be paid and of the first money arising from the sale of my personal estate
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret the sum of thirty dollars to be paid to her by my executor out of the money arising from the sale of my lands as soon as the same may be received and if she should die before that timethen I will & bequeath the same to her son John Sutton and if he should die beforethat period then the said sum of thirty dollars to be equally divided between my four Sons John Wililiam Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will that mulatto Mill shall be free atthe age of twenty one years which period it is my will that she shall belong to my wife Sarah Boyd and be entirely at her disposal in case should die before the said Mill arrives at the age of twenty one years
Item I will and bequeath all the balance of the money arising from the sale of my lands and all the rest & residue of my estate of whatsoever kind to my four sons John Boyd William Body Elijah Boyd Elisha Boyd to be equally divided amongst them and it is my intent and meaning that the several Devises before mentioned to my four sons John Willliam Elijah Elisha shall be to them and each of them and each of their heirs forever.
Item I will and direct the cows, featherbeds, household and kitchen furniture before mentioned devised to my wife Sarah during her natural life to besold after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd and the money arising from the sale thereof to be put to interest for the benefit and support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and after his death principal sum to be between my four sons John William Elijah Elisha and their heirs forever.
Item I will and bequeath to my son Charles during his natural life one feather bed and bedding and lastly I do constitute and appoint my son Elisha Boyd sole Executor of this m last will and testament and do by this my last will authorize and impower him to sell my lands whereon I liv as before mentioned contained and decribed in three different patents or Deeds and do impower him the convey the same to the purchaser or purchaser my said Executor being authorized to sell the said lands for ca or upon a credit as he may think proper.7 He died between 5 April 1800 and 23 June 1800 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; "At a court held for Berkeley county the 23rd day of June 1800 his last will and testament of John Boyd Sen deceased was proved by the oaths of Thomas Patterson and Harvey Booth witnesse thereto and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of Elisha Boyd the Executor thereine named who made oath according to law certificate is granted him for obtaining a probat thereof in due form giving security whereupon he together with security entered into and acknowledged a bond conditioned by the law."8

Family

Sarah Gryfyth b. c 1734, d. bt 22 Oct 1805 - Dec 1806
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ricketts Family Tree.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Liverpool, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1659-1812 Record for John Boyd.
  4. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 2,3.
  5. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Davenport-McRoberts Family.
  6. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia.
  7. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 448.
  8. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 450.

William Andrews Jr1

M, b. 23 October 1673, d. 1746
FatherWilliam Andrews2 b. 1649, d. 7 Feb 1716
MotherMargaret Woodward2 b. 24 Feb 1655/56, d. bt 1724 - 1730
     William Andrews Jr was born on 23 October 1673 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; Ipswich VR Births
"born 23 Oct 1673 in Ipswich, Essex County, MA" Andrews 2009 desc.3,4 He married Elizabeth Curtis on 29 July 1710 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 William Andrews Jr witnessed the probate of the estate of William Andrews and Margaret Woodward between 12 March 1715/16 and 21 May 1716 at Essex County, Massachusetts; Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol. IV, No 2, page 78 – Ensign William Andrews of Ipswich deceased intestate, the administration granted to his widow Margaret 12 Mar 1715/16 with Seth Story and Samuel Story sureties bond five hundred pounds on file. Lists the children.
w.p. Essex County Probate Index 1638-1840, # 728.
Essex Probate Ct Records, vl. 311,p. 389 (May 21 1716) - We whose names are under written being the children of ensign William Andrews of Chebacco alias Ipswich in the County of Essex in New England decd intestate nevertheless we the children of the deceased having in our father's life time heard him speaking his mind and verbal will how he would have his estate disposed of and we being willing to conform the same and that love may continue therefore we whose names are under written have agreed as follows that
William Andrews son of the above named Ensign William Andrews deceased having delivered unto me one good yoke of oxen out of my father's cattle to be my own free from any obligation of paying anything for them and the free privilege incomes and benefit of eight apple trees standing in the field during my natural life will acquit my said father's estate from me and my heirs forever.
Nextly I John Andrews son to the deceased William Andrews am fully satisfied as to any more portion out of my father's estate provided I may peaceably possess and enjoy the thirty acres of upland which I received of my father provided it appear to be thirty acres or be made up twenty nine or thirty acres then I John Andrews will acquit the said estate which my father died freed of from me I John Andrews & my heirs forever.
Also I Ezekiel Andrews son to William Andrews deceased am fully satisfied with the parcel of land put into my possession by my father bounded as followeth on the northerly side of Thomas Burnham’s barn from thence to the Scotsman’s Tree from thence to a stake near John Andrews weare, and also a piece of marsh about two acres which my said father bought of John Downing these lands beng conformed then I Ezekiel Andrews will acquit my father William Andrews his estate that he died of every particular from me the sd Ezekiel Andrews and my heirs forever.
Morever we the sons in law who married the daughter of the sd William Andrews deceased with our wives viz? Samuel Gott & Margaret his wife Joshua Norwood and Elizabeth his wife Thomas Butler and Abigail his wife of it be made up to each daughter the wives of sd Samuel Gott Joshua Norwood and Thomas Butler and each many? wife shall acquit every part of the estate that our father Wiliam Andrews decd of from every part of ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever Zachariah Story with Rachel my wife she being the daughter of the William Andrews decd having twenty pounds out of the estate delivered to me with what we have already had being part to acquit our father William Andrews estate of from ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever we Meriam and Patience Andrews upon our receiving twenty pounds apiece out of the estate which our father William Andrews died of will acquit the sd estate from ourselves and our heirs forever.
Morever we the sons and daugher sons by law as well as natural sons to humbly pray and desire that our mother the widow Margaret Andrews late wife of sd William Andrews and our brothers Jonathan and Solomon Andrews sons of the decd our father William Andrews deceased should inherit possess and enjoy both them and their heirs forever according to law or they shall agree all the rest of the ? which our father Wiliam Andrews died seized of ? to be understood that Ezekiel Andrews is to be five shilling a year unt forever for his land also to pay back to the estate of the decased twelve pounds ten shillings and for confirmaton of the premises written both of the instrument we the afre sd William Andrews John Andrews and Ezekiel Andrews Samuel Gott Margaret Gott his wife Joshua Norwood & Elizabeth his wife Thomas Butler & Abigail his wife Zachariah Story and Rachel his wife, Meriam Andres and Patience Andrews have set to our honor and ? of March in the year of our Lolrd seventeen hundred and fifteen or sixteen and in the second year of the reign of our ggrate? George One.5 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1725. When husband married second wife.3,1 He married Agnes Robbins at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 20 November 1725.1 William Andrews Jr Ipswich VR Births, p. 16-22 Andrews, William, s William, Oct 23, 1674 (Ct Record, Essex County Ct) Ipswich VR Births also has Andrews, William [adult] bap 16 Jul 1727. Same person? 16-22, from Ct Records, Essex County Court) Gloucester Notes, Second Series by J. Babson, and find on page 89: 'William Andrews, probably son of Ensign William A., of Chebacco, and brother to the wives of Samuel Gott and Joshua Norwood, came this year [1711] and settled near his sisters at the northeast end of the cape. By wife Elizabeth, he had Mary, Jonathan and William born here. The last named married Ruth Riggs who bore him several children and died his widow July 22, 1779, aged fifty-five.2' He died in 1746 at Cape Ann, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.3

Family 1

Elizabeth Curtis b. 1689, d. 1725
Children

Family 2

Agnes Robbins b. s 1695, d. bt 1731 - 1785
Children

Citations

  1. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 34 of 3037.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 26 of 3037.
  5. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009,
    23 of 3036.
  6. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 35 of 3037.
  7. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MA Marriages 1633-1850.

Elizabeth Curtis1

F, b. 1689, d. 1725
     Elizabeth Curtis was born in 1689 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; 'of Ipswich' MA.2 She married William Andrews Jr, son of William Andrews and Margaret Woodward, on 29 July 1710 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 Her married name was Andrews.2 Elizabeth Curtis died in 1725 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; when husband married second wife.3,2

Family

William Andrews Jr b. 23 Oct 1673, d. 1746
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 34 of 3037.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 35 of 3037.

William Andrews1

M, b. 12 April 1723, d. 1759
FatherWilliam Andrews Jr1 b. 23 Oct 1673, d. 1746
MotherElizabeth Curtis1 b. 1689, d. 1725
     William Andrews was born on 12 April 1723 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He married Ruth Riggs at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 2 November 1744.3 William Andrews died in 1759 at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; Siege of Quebec
"William was a fisherman and yeoman of Gloucester. He was wounded at Louisburg and died onthe passage home about 1759. His widow was appointed Administratix of his estate 24 Dec 1759. His brother jonathan was appointed guardian of his minor children: William Sarah, Martha, and Elizabeth on 18 Apr 1763.2 He Subject: Re: [NORTHEAST] ANDREWS/GLOUCESTER, MA Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 11:07:55 -0500 From: Audrey Horvat To: ggrpvc@cyberportal.net Hello, I have a little info. on your William Andrews. I can't remember where the info. came from though. Possibly from 'The History of Essex County. It is as follows: William Andrews, Jr.- married at Gloucester, MA., November 2, 1744, Ruth Riggs, who died Gloucester, MA. of small pox, July 22, 1779, age 55. Had children: 1) Elizabeth- born Gloucester, MA., October 23, 1752. 2) John - born Gloucester, MA., June 20, 1748. 3) Ruth - born Gloucester, MA., August 10, 1745. 4) William - born Gloucester, MA., September 18, 1750. 5) Sarah - born Gloucester, MA., April 29, 1755. Also show a William Andrews who settled in Gloucester about 1711, who was wounded in one of the expeditions to Louisburg, Cape Breton and died on his passage home. If this interest you, I will search for more info. Audrey Horvat horvat1@badger.tds.net At 10:26 AM 6/17/98 -0400, you wrote: >Stephanie Walker wrote: >> >> Along these lines - does anyone know the ancestry of the William Andrews >> (b. April 12, 1723) of Gloucester, MA who m. Ruth Riggs (dau. of Jeremiah >> and Rachel Haskell Riggs) November 2, 1744 at Gloucester? >> >Stephanie: >I have this William Andrews as the son of William Andrews (1674 - aft >1726) and Elizabeth Curtis (1684 - bef 1724). I have this William born >12 Apr 1723 Cape Ann, Gloucester, Essex, MA, married Ruth Riggs 2 Nov >1744, and died 24 Dec 1759 at the siege of Quebec. Have no confirmation >of this - only the report of a person who sent this to me. > >I would like to know if you have something different, or if you find >confirmation of this. > >Thanks. > >Gary Rolph.1

Family

Ruth Riggs b. 18 Nov 1723, d. 22 Jul 1779
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 35 of 3037.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 68 of 3037.
  4. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 69 of 3037.

Ruth Riggs1

F, b. 18 November 1723, d. 22 July 1779
     Ruth Riggs was born on 18 November 1723 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 She married William Andrews at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 2 November 1744.2 Her married name was Andrews.1 Ruth Riggs died on 22 July 1779 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 55; of smallpox age 55.1

Family

William Andrews b. 12 Apr 1723, d. 1759
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 68 of 3037.
  3. [S1205] Betty Andrews Storey, Andrews J desc 2009, 69 of 3037.

Mary Elizabeth Dewitt1

F, b. 1832, d. 31 March 1866
FatherWilliam French DeWitt1 b. Jul 1793, d. 29 Jun 1847
MotherNancy McWHORTER1 b. c 1800, d. bt 1867 - 1870
     Mary Elizabeth Dewitt was born in 1832 at Kentucky; acc to Roger Helm and 1850 census.2 Mary Elizabeth Dewitt was also known as Mary Elizabeth Dewhitt. Mary and Tabitha was probably a free white female, age 5 and under 10, in William French DeWitt's household, on the 1840 Census at Unknown Townships, Monroe County, Kentucky; Will Dewhitt; 2 males 0 thru 4 (James Andrew; maybe grandson William Markus?);
0 males 5 thru 9;
1 male 10 thru 14 (Obadiah?); 0 males 15 thru 19;
0 males 20 thru 29;
0 males 30 thru 39;
1 male 40 thru 49 (William)
1 female 0 thru 4 (Tabitha);
2 females 5 thru 9 (Nancy G; Mary Elizzabeth)
; 1 female 10 thru 14 (Sarah)
; 2 females 15 thru 19 (Minerva Nancy?) ; 0 females 20 thru 29; 0 females 30 thru 39; 1 female 40 thru 49.
We have the one female and male 40-49 (William French 46, Nancy 40), the 2 males 0-2 are probably James (just born) and William A. (2); the 1 male 10-14 could be either Daniel (we have him as 12) or Obadiah (we have him as 10); the 1 female 0-4 could be Tabitha (4); the 2 females 5-9 could be N. (5) and Mary Elizabeth (8); the 1 female 10-14 could be either Sarah (11) or Lucy (14); the 2 females 15-19 could be Maryann (16) and Nancy (17).3 Mary Elizabeth Dewitt witnessed the census 1850 - free of N. DeWhitt; 1850 Simpson County, KY (from original on microfilm in Nat Archives NE Region) Family 332 p 025 of Roll --;
331 332 N. DeWhitt 50 F B SC land worth $500
S. DeWhitt 21 F B KY
M. DeWhitt 18 F B KY
N DeWhitt 15 F B KY
T DeWhitt 14 F B KY
Wm DeWhitt 12 M B KY
J. DeWhitt 10 M B KY
J DeWhitt 6 F B KY
On p. 27 is the A. W. DeWhitt family (to which see).4 She married William Shrum at Simpson County, Kentucky, on 3 July 1851.5,2 Her married name was Shrum.1 Mary Elizabeth Dewitt died on 31 March 1866 at Tamaroa, Perry County, Illinois.5,2 She Mary Elizabeth DeWhitt Shrum -- 1832-1866 -- This is a story of the courage of a frontier woman as told by her daughter, Melissa Ann (Shrum) Lynch. In 1859, I was brought from Kentucky, a wee baby in my mother's arms. My father and mother, William and Mary Shrum, and my brother Alonzo. My father's two brothers Peter and Newton Shrum, with their wives and children were going to make their homes on the Verdigris River in Kansas. Having arrived at Roaring River in Barry County, MO, they were told that it would not be safe to got to Kansas because of the border trouble, so they took forty acre homesteads on Roaring River. They built log houses and got some land in cultivation. In 1861 thre was a call for volunteers, and my father and Uncle Newton marched away. My father, never to retrun. Uncle Newton came home but died soon after. My father is buried in the National Cemetery in St. Louis, MO. At this time, the hills of Barry County, MO were full of BushWhackers, plain rollers, chief among them, being Quantrell's [sic] band of outlaws, who had their headquarters in a Cave about 8 miles from our home. They made frequent raids all up and down the river, taking everything they wanted from the poor people. All of mother's cattle and her only beautiful horse were taken. They would come into the house, pull everything about, even tearing up the floor to see if anything of value were hidden there. In 1862, just after the battle of Pea Ridge, whch was only 15 miles away, a union soldier came to our door and asked for something to eat. Mother gave him the best she had. he had a slight wound in his shoulder, and as he lived somewhere not too far away, his officer had given him leave to go home. He soon discovered that mother was heart and soul for the Union, and he told her things about the battle of Pea Ridge that he said would be of great benefit to the Army, if the news could be carried to Springfield; but there was no one to make the trip, whic must be made on horseback, as the telegraph wires were destroyed. When he was leaving, he gave mother a small gross grain flag, which she wore pinned on her breast until the end of the war. Mother hurried over to a friends house, whose name was Lewis, and the next morning, very early, they set out for Springfield riding one old horse, the other an old mule. I have no knowledge of just how long it took them to make the seventy mile trip, one hundred miles in all, but make it they did. When almost home going down a steep hill the mule stumbled and threw mother, breaking her ankle. Mrs. Lewis had to leave her there alone, until she went down in the valley and got some men to carry her to Uncle Peter's where she left my brother and me. As soon as she could walk with crutches, we went home. One day Quantrell [sic] came. He said he had heard what mother had done and now he was giving her just three days to leave the country. He warned her that he would be back in three days and if she was not gone, he would burn the hosue down, and her. He did return in the three days and found her sitting in her chair with her crutches beside her. He began to curse, and told her he would do what he had promised. He pulled the bedding from the bed and piled it at the foot of the stairs, then he took a fire brand. Blazing from the fireplace and went toward the bedding. Mother did not speak. He turned and looked at her, then threw the blazing stick back into the fire, and said, 'You are too damn brave to die.' He got on his horse and rode away. Sometime later, the army was stationed at Cassville, MO, and sent word out for all who wished to go to Springfield could go along with the army that far. So we, Mary Shrum, and her two children Alonzo and Melissa went as refugees to Springfield where we took a train for Tamray [sic; perhaps Tamaroa?] IL where mother died two years later. Well, after many years, to be exact seventy years, I visited my old home. The old house had fallen down, but the field is still in cultivation. I met many people who remembered me or our relations. I got to call on William Lewis and his sister, Elizy Addie, son and daughter of mother's old friend and companion on her trip to Springfield. We talked of that, to us at least, a famous journey of the long ago. I asked Elizy Addie if she could tell me what the message was, that they went through such danger and hardship to deliver. She said it was a war secret they never discovered. She was four years older than I, and we hd played many a day, beside the Crystal Waters of Roaring River.1

Family

William Shrum b. 1832, d. 3 Nov 1861
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1282] The children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of an unknown DeWhitt/ Dewitt by Gary Rolph (May 2011), DeWhitt 2011,.
  3. [S75] 1840 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, on ancestry.com; not indexed in ancestry but indexed in http:www.public.asu.edu/~moore/census/monroe1840/1840mon_alpha.html.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about N Dewpitt
    Name:
    N Dewpitt

    Age:
    30

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1820

    Birth Place:
    South Carolina

    Gender:
    Female

    Home in 1850(City,County,State):
    Simpson, Kentucky

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    J Dewpitt
    10


    J Dewpitt
    6


    M Dewpitt
    18


    N Dewpitt
    15


    N Dewpitt
    30


    S Dewpitt
    21


    T Dewpitt
    14


    Wm Dewpitt
    17.

  5. [S124] Fold3, online www.fold3.com, Civil War Widows Pensions Missouri Infantry Regiment 24 Company B Shrum, William L (WC 125053).

Jacob Anthony1

M, b. December 1853, d. 15 November 1917
     Jacob Anthony was born in December 1853 at Virginia.2,3 He was 'of Warren County, Ohio'--Fred Rolfe.1 He married Alta Rolph at Ohio in 1877.3 Jacob Anthony was census 1880 in 1880 at Red Lion, Warren County, Ohio; Jacob Anthony self married male white 25 yo b VA, carpenter, father b VA mother b VA; Alta Anthony wife married female white 23 yo b IL keeping house, father b NY, mother b OH; Orie Anthony daughter single female white 11 months b OH father b VA, mother b IL.4 Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Enumeration District 133, Clear Creek Township, Warren County, Ohio. 88 94 Anthony Jacob head white male Dec 1853 46 married 23 years VA VA VA shoemaker own account can read write speak English own mortgaged farm; Alta Anthony wife white female Dec 1856 43 married 23 yrs 9 children 6 living IL NY OH can read write speak English; Anthony Robin son white male Jul 1884 15 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read write speak English; Anthony Sullivan daughter white female Jul 1890 9 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read write speak English; Anthony Elsie daughter white female Jun 1893 7 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read rwite speak English; Anthony Mary daughter white female March 1895 5 single OH VA IL; Anthony Sylvia daughter white female Nov 1897 2 single OH VA IL.5 Jacob was divorced from Alta Anthony at Warren County, Ohio, between 1901 and 1909.6 Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Enumeration District 134, Clear Creek Township, Warren County, Ohio. 188 189 Anthony Jacob head male white 58 divorced OH OH OH English painter house own account can read write own house.7 He died on 15 November 1917 at Warren County, Ohio, at age 63; ANTHONY, Jacob M. Death date: 11/15/1917, Warren County
Volume #2433, Certificate #74205.8

Family

Alta Rolph b. 27 Dec 1856, d. 19 Sep 1913
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Home in 1900:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Age:
    46

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1854

    Birthplace:
    Virginia

    Relationship to head-of-house:
    Head

    Spouse's Name:
    Alla

    Race:
    White

    Occupation:
    View Image

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    46


    Alla Anthony
    43


    Robin Anthony
    15


    Lillian Anthony
    9


    Elsie Anthony
    7


    Mary Anthony
    5


    Sylva Anthony
    3.
  4. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com, p. 199A.
  5. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Home in 1900:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Age:
    46

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1854

    Birthplace:
    Virginia

    Relationship to head-of-house:
    Head

    Spouse's Name:
    Alla

    Race:
    White

    Occupation:
    View Image

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    46


    Alla Anthony
    43


    Robin Anthony
    15


    Lillian Anthony
    9


    Elsie Anthony
    7


    Mary Anthony
    5


    Sylva Anthony
    3.

  6. [S55] 1910 census on Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Age in 1910:
    58

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1852

    Birthplace:
    Ohio

    Relation to Head of House:
    Head

    Father's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Mother's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Home in 1910:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Marital Status:
    Divorced

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    58.
  7. [S55] 1910 census on Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Age in 1910:
    58

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1852

    Birthplace:
    Ohio

    Relation to Head of House:
    Head

    Father's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Mother's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Home in 1910:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Marital Status:
    Divorced

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    58.

  8. [S904] Ohio Online Death Certificate Index, online http://ohsweb.ohiohistory.org/death//results.cfm

Alta Rolph1

F, b. 27 December 1856, d. 19 September 1913
FatherDaniel Wells Rolph1 b. 11 Feb 1833, d. 20 Apr 1915
MotherOrinda F Shipman1 b. 27 Nov 1838, d. 13 May 1875
     Alta Rolph was born on 27 December 1856 at Saint Charles, Kane County, Illinois.1 She witnessed the census 1870 of Daniel Wells Rolph and Orinda F Rolph; Rolph, D Wells 37 male white teacher b NY; Orinda F. 31 female white keeping house b OH; Alta E. 13 female white b IL in school; Jinnie B. [Jimie] 9 female white b OH in school, Una 2 female white b WV.2 She married Jacob Anthony at Ohio in 1877.3 Her married name was Anthony.1 Alta Rolph was census 1880 in 1880 at Red Lion, Warren County, Ohio; Jacob Anthony self married male white 25 yo b VA, carpenter, father b VA mother b VA; Alta Anthony wife married female white 23 yo b IL keeping house, father b NY, mother b OH; Orie Anthony daughter single female white 11 months b OH father b VA, mother b IL.4 Alta was listed as Jacob Anthony's wife on the 1900 Census at Enumeration District 133, Clear Creek Township, Warren County, Ohio; 88 94 Anthony Jacob head white male Dec 1853 46 married 23 years VA VA VA shoemaker own account can read write speak English own mortgaged farm; Alta Anthony wife white female Dec 1856 43 married 23 yrs 9 children 6 living IL NY OH can read write speak English; Anthony Robin son white male Jul 1884 15 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read write speak English; Anthony Sullivan daughter white female Jul 1890 9 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read write speak English; Anthony Elsie daughter white female Jun 1893 7 single OH VA IL at school 9 months can read rwite speak English; Anthony Mary daughter white female March 1895 5 single OH VA IL; Anthony Sylvia daughter white female Nov 1897 2 single OH VA IL.5 Alta was divorced from Jacob Anthony at Warren County, Ohio, between 1901 and 1909.6 As of between 1905 and 1910,her married name was Barr.7 She married husband Barr at Ohio between 1905 and 1910.7 Alta was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Enumeration District 38, New Lyme Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio. 204 209 Barr Alta E head female white 53 widowed 9 children 6 living IL NY OH English none employer can read write own free house; Anthony Lillian M daughter female white 19 single OH VA IL English none can read write not in school; Sylvia E daughter female white 13 single OH VA IL English none can read write attending school.7 She died on 19 September 1913 at Ashtabula County, Ohio, at age 56.8

Family 1

Jacob Anthony b. Dec 1853, d. 15 Nov 1917
Child

Family 2

husband Barr b. c 1860, d. bt 1905 - 1910

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, ancestry.com, Image 40 of 228, p. 369.
  3. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Home in 1900:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Age:
    46

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1854

    Birthplace:
    Virginia

    Relationship to head-of-house:
    Head

    Spouse's Name:
    Alla

    Race:
    White

    Occupation:
    View Image

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    46


    Alla Anthony
    43


    Robin Anthony
    15


    Lillian Anthony
    9


    Elsie Anthony
    7


    Mary Anthony
    5


    Sylva Anthony
    3.
  4. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com, p. 199A.
  5. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Home in 1900:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Age:
    46

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1854

    Birthplace:
    Virginia

    Relationship to head-of-house:
    Head

    Spouse's Name:
    Alla

    Race:
    White

    Occupation:
    View Image

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    46


    Alla Anthony
    43


    Robin Anthony
    15


    Lillian Anthony
    9


    Elsie Anthony
    7


    Mary Anthony
    5


    Sylva Anthony
    3.

  6. [S55] 1910 census on Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census
    about Jacob Anthony
    Name:
    Jacob Anthony

    Age in 1910:
    58

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1852

    Birthplace:
    Ohio

    Relation to Head of House:
    Head

    Father's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Mother's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Home in 1910:
    Clear Creek, Warren, Ohio

    Marital Status:
    Divorced

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Jacob Anthony
    58.
  7. [S55] 1910 census on Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census
    about Alta E Barr
    Name:
    Alta E Barr

    Age in 1910:
    53

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1857

    Birthplace:
    Illinois

    Relation to Head of House:
    Head

    Father's Birth Place:
    New York

    Mother's Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Home in 1910:
    New Lyme, Ashtabula, Ohio

    Marital Status:
    Widowed

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Female

    Neighbors:
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    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Alta E Barr
    53


    Lillian M Anthony
    19


    Sylvia E Anthony
    13.
  8. [S356] FamilySearch.org, july 2003, Family Group Sheet.

Eunice Adams1

F, b. 8 March 1770, d. 24 July 1841
FatherDeacon Benjamin Adams1 b. 4 Aug 1728, d. 5 May 1815
MotherPriscilla Adams1 b. 3 Jan 1729, d. 19 Feb 1791
     Eunice Adams was born on 8 March 1770 at New Ipswich, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.2 Priscilla, Hannah and Eunice was probably a free white female in Deacon Benjamin Adams's household on the 1790 Census at New Ipswich, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire; Benja Adams 3-1-3
Could be sons Ben Jr. and Joseph (neither married by 1790); don't know who 1 male 0-15 would be; 3 females includes his wife Priscilla, Eunice (not yet married), and either Hannah or Mary.3
Eunice Adams married Aaron Appleton say 1795 at Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.4 Her married name was Appleton.1 Eunice Adams and Clarissa Priscilla Adams iii. Clarissa Priscilla, b. May 12, 1798. She became a permanent resident in Keene, with her aunt Eunice (Adams) Appleton, when only a child., p. 184. circa 1810 at Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.5 Eunice Adams died on 24 July 1841 at Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, at age 71.2

Family

Aaron Appleton b. 6 Aug 1768, d. Jun 1852

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Adams Family Tree (2).
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S1086] NH Cheshire Dublin History, online books.google.com.
  5. [S609] Charles Henry Chandler, History of New Ipswich, New Hampshire.

John Boyd1

M, b. 9 January 1760, d. 14 January 1828
FatherJohn Boyd1 b. 21 Mar 1731, d. bt 5 Apr 1800 - 23 Jun 1800
MotherSarah Gryfyth1 b. c 1734, d. bt 22 Oct 1805 - Dec 1806
     John Boyd was born on 9 January 1760 at Boyd's Gap, North Mountain, Frederick County, Virginia; "John BOYD of Berkley Co WV by Gordon W PAUL; SLC: chapter 1,
page 4; NOTE: Issue of John BOYD and Sarah GRIFFITH; John BOYD b Jan 1760; d
1829; married 7 Sep 1791 Ann "Nancy" MARTIN. (page 9) John BOYD was born in
the family home just west of Martinsburg near BOYD's Gap in North Mountain in
what was then called Frederick Co VA."2 He John began his Revolutionary War service as a private in Captain George WALLs' Company, Colonel Thomas ELLIOTT's 4th VA Regiment. The company muster rolls shows his pay commenced 1 Apr 1777 at the rate if $6 23 per month as a new recruit (age 17), and continued the next month as a wagoner. Beginning 1 Jan 1778, although his pay remained the same, he was paid two pounds in Va Currency. His term of enlistment was shown to be three years, however later in 1778 he served as a wagoner in Captain Gabriel LONG's Co, Col Daniel Morgan's Regiment, DAR #69497.
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'John Boyd assisted in establishing American Independence in the capacity of a private under Col Thomas Elliott and Col Daniel Morgan (also as descendant of Edward Evans). . . John Boyd served as a private in Captain George Wel's Company, 4th Regiment of VA Commanded by Colonel Thomas Elliott. His name is on a muster Roll May 1777 and on a roll of March 1778 as a wagoner. Later he served as a private in Captain Gabriel Long's Company 11th Virginia Regiment, commanded by Colonel Daniel Morgan, and later he is shown to have been a prisoner of war.' SAR Application 21098, Application of J. Rollin Morgan, Kokomo, IN (I have photocopy) 'Joseph Rollin Morgan, a great grandson of John Boyd is a SAR. His National No is 21098 from Kokomo, IN. John Boyd served as a private n Capt Gabriel Louis' Co., 11th Virginia regiment, commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan. His name appears on the Muster Roll of the Co listed at Camp nr Round Brook, May 16, 1777, which shows that he enlisted, Aug 16. He was a prisoner. No further record found. See reference 1434420 War Dept Adjutant General. Any of the family can join the DAR by this record' , p. 41 The information sent to me on a family sheet with notes is as follows: John Boyd of Berkley Co. WV by GordonW. Paul John Boyd born in the family home Jan 1760 d 1829 married Nancy Martin 9/7/1791. The family home was just west of Martinsburg near Boyd's Gap in North Mountain in what was then called Frederick Co. VA. He began his RW service as a private in Captain George Walls'Company, Colonel Thomas Elliot's 4th VA Regiment. The company muster rolls shows his pay commenced Apr 1, 1777 at the rate of $6 2/3 per month as a new recruit (age 17) and continued the next month as a waggoner. His term of enlistment was shown to be three years however, later in 1778 he served in Capt Gabriel Long's Co, Col Daniel Morgan's Regiment DAR #69497.2,3 He married Ann Nancy Martin at Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, on 7 September 1791.4 They resided at Kentucky between 1796 and 1827. "John and Nancy went west to Bourbon in the mid-1790's. Edyth BOYD HEATON wrote that she remembered a newspaper clipping in a scrapbook compiled by Mariah (Highland) BOYD that told of three BOYD brothers coming down the Ohio River on a flatboat and landing at Maysville KY. They made their way south to what is now Bath Co KY where they settled. John soon acquired 1,000 acres of land from Curtis MIDKIFF, the date of which purchase was not found in the Bourbon Co records. Nicholas Co was formed in 1800 from Bourbon and Mason Counties and John was also found there in the 1810 tax list. Deed records indicate that he did not change residence but that the county boundries changed around him. He engaged in land transactions "on the waters if Somerset Creek and Little Flat Creek," the first one on 10 Feb 1797 in Bourbon Co was a sale of 250 acres from John BOYD to Elijah BOYD (his younger brother). Other transactions were for 100 acres he sold in 1803, 186 acres on 21 Aug 1826 and 12 acre adjoining the town of Carlisle on 14 Jan 1828. Several of his children were married in Nicholas Co and some of them accompained him late in his life to Indian Creek Twp Lawrence Co IN, west of Bedford IN when he moved there in 1827. (page 11.5 They resided at Nicholas County, Kentucky, between 1796 and 1835. "[Isaac's] parents were either born in Maryland or England -- two local histories offer conflictng statements. They settled in Nicholas County KY in 1796, perhaps in the same year that John and Mary Boyd moved there from Martinsburg. These Powells remained in Nicholas County until 1835 when they migrated to Clinton Township, Boone County, IN..6 John Boyd mentioned John Boyd in a will on 4 April 1800 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; then Berkeley County VA;
"In the name of God amen I John Boyd of the county of Berkeley commonwealth of Virginia being weak in body but sound in mind and memory do on this eighth day of April in tye year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred make publish pronounce and declare this to be my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills heretofore made by me.
Imprimis my soul I recommend to the supreme ruler of the worl & my body I recommend to be buried in a decent and chistian like manner at the direction of my executors herein named and the Estate of which I may die possessed I will & dispose of in the following manner
it is my will and I do direct that my beloved wife Sarah Boyd shall possess and enjoy all my Estate both real and personal during her natural life in the following manner and upon the following terms
that is to say my said wife Sarah Boyd is to live on my plantation in the said county of Berkeley or rent the same out as she may think most proper and from the product of the said place and the annual interest of the money arising from the sale of such of my personal estate as is hereafter directed to be sold by my Executors she is to support my oldest son Charles Boyd during her natural life.
Item it is my will and I do diret that after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd my plantation on which I now live shall be sold and the money arising from the sale thereof to be divided in the following manner
one thousand dollars thereof to be laid out in bank stok or put to interest at the direction of my executors and the annual interest thereof to be applied by my executors to the support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and at his death the said one thousand dollars to be equally divided between my four sons John Boyd William Boyd Elijah Boyd and Elisha Boyd.
Item it is my will and I do direct my Executors to pay to my grand children sons and daughters of Mary Munford now dead the following sums out of the money arising from the sale of my said plantation, to wit, to Sarah Munford four pounds Virginia currency to Mary Munford four pounds of like currency to John Munford eight pounds Virginia currency to James Munford four pounds of like currency & to Margaret Munford four pounds of like currency to be paid to them & to each of them by my Executors at the time of their marriage or at the arrival at the age of twenty one years provided the land should be sold and the money received for the sale thereof before the several periods at which they may marry or arrive to the age of twenty one years then & in that case the said legacies are not to be paid until the money should be received and if any of my said grandchildren should die before they arrive to the age of twenty one years or before they should marry then the share of such I gave and bequeath to my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha to be equally divided amonst them.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Rachel Bailey eighty dollars to be paid to her and of the money arising from the sale of my land in five annual payments aftter the same may be received but if she should die before the whole or any part thereof should be received then it is my will that the same may be equally divided between her children as they may marry or arrive at the age of twenty one years if the money arising from the sale of my lands should then be received if not then said legacy is not to be paid until the said money shallbe received
Item it is my will that all my personal or moveable estate (except two cows two featherbeds and bedding and such other parts of my household and kithen furniture as my wife Sarah may wish to keep) be sold at the direction of my executor and the money arising from the sale be put to interest for the purpose as before mentioned until the death of my wife & my son Charles of the longest lives of them and after their death to be equally divided amongst my four sons John William Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will if any Debts should be owing by me that they should be paid and of the first money arising from the sale of my personal estate
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret the sum of thirty dollars to be paid to her by my executor out of the money arising from the sale of my lands as soon as the same may be received and if she should die before that timethen I will & bequeath the same to her son John Sutton and if he should die beforethat period then the said sum of thirty dollars to be equally divided between my four Sons John Wililiam Elijah and Elisha.
Item it is my will that mulatto Mill shall be free atthe age of twenty one years which period it is my will that she shall belong to my wife Sarah Boyd and be entirely at her disposal in case should die before the said Mill arrives at the age of twenty one years
Item I will and bequeath all the balance of the money arising from the sale of my lands and all the rest & residue of my estate of whatsoever kind to my four sons John Boyd William Body Elijah Boyd Elisha Boyd to be equally divided amongst them and it is my intent and meaning that the several Devises before mentioned to my four sons John Willliam Elijah Elisha shall be to them and each of them and each of their heirs forever.
Item I will and direct the cows, featherbeds, household and kitchen furniture before mentioned devised to my wife Sarah during her natural life to besold after the death of my wife Sarah Boyd and the money arising from the sale thereof to be put to interest for the benefit and support of my son Charles Boyd during his natural life and after his death principal sum to be between my four sons John William Elijah Elisha and their heirs forever.
Item I will and bequeath to my son Charles during his natural life one feather bed and bedding and lastly I do constitute and appoint my son Elisha Boyd sole Executor of this m last will and testament and do by this my last will authorize and impower him to sell my lands whereon I liv as before mentioned contained and decribed in three different patents or Deeds and do impower him the convey the same to the purchaser or purchaser my said Executor being authorized to sell the said lands for ca or upon a credit as he may think proper.7 Sarah Gryfyth mentioned John Boyd in a will on 22 October 1805 at Berkeley County, West Virginia; In the name of God Amen. I Sarah Boyd of the county of Berkeley and commonwealth of Virginia being of Sound disposing mind & memory do make this my last will and Testament hereby revoking all other wills by me heretofore made.
Imprimus I recommend my soul to Almighty God hoping to receive forgiveness of all my sins and it is my wish that my Executors hereinafter named should cause my body to be buried in a plain and decent manner. As to my worldly estate I will and dispose of the same in the following manner.
I give to my son Charles Boyd the sum of Twenty dollars and one hose called Chesnut and also a Mulatto Mill who was bound to my husband John Boyd while she waS twenty one years of age to serve him and his Heirs and willed by my said husband to me during my life and at my death to be disposed of as I should think proper. It is my will that she shall serve my son Charles Boyd while she is twenty one years of age and provided that he should die before she is twenty one years of age she is to serve my son Elisha Boyd and his heirs. I also give to my son Charles Boyd one piece of pulled cloth and five yards of Flannel whih it is my will that he shall have to be made up into Clothes for him as he may want them.
I give to my son John Boyd and his heirs he sum of one hundred dollars and one black mare called Til.
I give to my daughter Margaret Sutton the sum of twelve dollars and my Silver Shoe Bukels to her and her heirs.
I give to my daughter Rachel Bayley & her heirs twelve dollars and my silk cloak.
I give to my granddaughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son John Boyd 3 Table Spoons made of silver and Six Tea Spoons made of silver to be delivered by my Executors hereine after named to my son John Boyd to be kept by him for my said grand daughter until she marries or arrives at the age of 21 years, and if she hould die before that period then I give the said spoons to my son John Boyd and his heirs.
I give to my granddaughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son Elisha Boyd the sum of one hundred dollars which said sum it is my will shall be put to interest as soon as convenient after my decease & so reman until my said granddaughter arises to the age of twenty one or marries at whih period it is to be paid to her with interest thereone by my Executor and if she dies before she marries or arrives at the age of twenty one years then it is my willand I give the same to my son Elisha Boyd and his heirs.
I do also give to my grand daughter Sarah Boyd daughter to my son Elisha Boyd three silver table spoons to be kept for her by my son Elisha Boyd or His Heirs until she marries or arrive at the age of twenty one years and if she should die before that period then I give the said spoons to Elisha Boyd and his heirs.
I give to my grand daughter Sarah Baily daughter to my daughter Racheal Bailey twenty Dollars to be paid to her by my Executors when demanded after she marries or arrives at the age of twenty one & if she should die before she marries or arrivs at the age of twenty one it is my will that her said sum of twenty dolars should be equally divided between my grand sons John and Elisha sons of my son Elijah deceased or the survivor of them and the heir of such survivor of either of them should die before the age of twenty one years and without legal issue to be ;paid them when demanded after they arrive to the age of twenty one years.
I give to my grand daughter Saran Munford daughter to my daughter Mary Munford deceased & one brown heifer with a white fae one spinnng wheel and one of my gowns to her and her heirs.
It is my will and I give the remaining of my clothes not before disposed of to be equally divided between my daughters Margaret Sutton and Rachel Bailey whih with the money beforementioned and devisd to them they are to receive from my Executors when demanded. It is also my will that my just debbts if I should owe any should be paid and my personal expenses in preference to anything else. It is my will that my Executors should ____ after my Death, sell all the personal property which shall belong to me and fromthe money arising from such sale and what money I may have then at the time of my death,my just debts and burial expenses & Legacies before mentioned are to be paid and the balance if any be put to interest and the interest arising therefrom be paid my son Charles o applid by my Executors acuraely to his support dring his natural life and t his death the principal sum if any I give to my son Elisha Boyd & his heirs. It is not to be understood it is my will than any of my clothes or other specific Legacy hereinbefore mentioned shallb sold or apraised but delivered by my Executors to the several persons however they are agreeable to the Executors of this my will. Lastly I appoint my sons John Boyd and Elisha Boyd Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In wtness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 22nd day of October 1805. Sarah Boyd her mark.8 John was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Nicholas County, Kentucky, John Boyd 2 males 0-9 (Isaac 2; Elisha 7); 2 males 10-15 (Elijah 11; John 13); 1 male 16-25 (William Glen 18); 1 male 45+ (John 50); 3 females 0-9 (Jane 4 Sally 5 Nancy 9); 1 female 10-15 (Sarah 16); 1 female 26-44 (Ann Nancy)
Just above is another "John Boyd" with 2 males 0-9, 1 male 26-44; 1 female 0-9, 1 female 16-25; 1 female 26-44...9 John was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Nicholas County, Kentucky. John Boyd Sr. 1 male 10-15 (Isaac 12); 1 male 16-18 (Elisha 17); 2 males 16-25 (Elisha 17; Elijah 21; John already married and neighbor?;) 2 males 45 + (John 60, who else?); 2 females 0-9 (Lucinda 4; Ann 8); 2 females 10-15 (Juliana 10; Jane 14); 1 female 16-25 (Sally Ann 15?); 1 female 45+ (Ann Martin).10 He died on 14 January 1828 at Lawrence County, Indiana, at age 68.11 He died in 1829 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana; Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, Eureka, Lawerence Co, In;
"John BOYD died in the year 1829, and is buried in Shiloh Church Cemetery, a few miles west of Bedford in Indian Creek Twp. His grave is in the sw corner of the cemetery, next to the fence seperating the cemetery from Route 158 road.2 He Went to Bourbon Co. Ky in late 1790's/ 'John and Nancy went west to Bourbon County, KY in the mid-1790's. Edyth Boyd Heaton wrote that she remembered a newspaper clipping i a scrapbook compiled by Mariah Highland Boyd that told of three Boyd brothers coming down the Ohio River on a flat boat and landing at Maysville, KY. They made their way south to what is now Bath Co, KY whre they settled. . .John soon acquired 1,000 acres of land frm Curtis Midkiff, the date of which purchae was not found in Bourbon Co Records. Nicholas County was formed in 1800 from Bourbon and Mason Counties and John is also found there in the 1810 tax list. Deed records indicate that he did not change counties but the the County name changed where he lived. . .late in his life [in 1827 he moved] to Indian Creek Township, Lawrence County, IN, west of Bedford. . .Nancy is believed to have died of cancer ca 1825 [in KY?]', p. 10.12,13,1

Family

Ann Nancy Martin b. 3 Mar 1770, d. c 1825
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Davenport-McRoberts Family.
  3. [S257] Lillie Elizabeth Wright Lane White, Genealogy of Richard Wright and Descendants, p 41 5-3 Alfred Wright.
  4. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 10.
  5. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 11.
  6. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 20.
  7. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 448.
  8. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia, p 451.
  9. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Boyd, John Township: Not Stated County: Nicholas State: Kentucky Year: 1810 Roll: M252_8 Page: 62 Image: 64.
  10. [S65] 1820 US census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: John Boyd Township: Not Stated County: Nicholas State: Kentucky Year: 1820 Roll: M33_20 Page: 117 Image Number: 125.
  11. [S1159] IN SAR Patriot Graves, online graves.inssar.org.
  12. [S257] Lillie Elizabeth Wright Lane White, Genealogy of Richard Wright and Descendants.
  13. [S256] Gordon W. Paul, John Boyd of Berkely County, West Virginia.

William Argett1

M, b. circa 1575
     William Argett was born circa 1575; (or Arpelt; or Arnelt.)1 He married Anne Putnam, daughter of Nicholas Stewkeley Putnam and Margaret Goodspeed, on 26 January 1604/5 at Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England.1 William Argett lived; England.1

Family

Anne Putnam b. 1578, d. bt 1606 - 1660

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Anne Putnam1

F, b. 1578, d. between 1606 and 1660
FatherNicholas Stewkeley Putnam1 b. 1546, d. bt 1 Jan 1597 - 27 Sep 1598
MotherMargaret Goodspeed1 b. 16 Aug 1556, d. 8 Jan 1619
     Anne Putnam was born in 1578 at Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England.1 She was born on 12 October 1578 at Stewkley, Buckinghamshire, England.2 She was baptized on 12 October 1578 at Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England.1 She married William Arnold on 26 January 1605 at Buckinghamshire, England.2 As of 26 January 1605,her married name was Arnold.2 Anne Putnam married William Argett on 26 January 1604/5 at Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England.1 Her married name was Argett.1 Anne Putnam lived; England.1 She died between 1606 and 1660 at England.2

Family 1

William Arnold b. c 1575, d. bt 1606 - 1660

Family 2

William Argett b. c 1575

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S131] Putnam Genealogy, online http://sites.google.com/site/putnamgenealogy/

William Henry Arlin1

M, b. 29 June 1825, d. between 1881 and 1900
     William Henry Arlin was born on 29 June 1825 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; 24 NH 1850 census; 40 Vermont in 1870; son of Solomon Arlin and Eliza Hutchinson. He had two children by his first wife.2,3,4 He married Martha ? circa 1846 at New York.3 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Glens Falls village (town Queensbury), Warren County, New York. 82 90 William Arlin 24 male carpenter NH; Martha 21 female VT; John 3 male MA; Sarah Wiswell 48 female VT; Raymond Wiswell 23 male carpenter VT.3 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Queensbury, Warren County, New York. 93 William Arling [Asling] 33 male carpenter 150 Maine; Martha 31 female VT; Edwin 6 male NY attending school; William 4 male NY.5 He witnessed Martha Arlin's death at New York between 1861 and 1862.3 He married Henrietta Louisa Doty at Rockwell Falls, Warren County, New York, on 11 December 1862.4 William Henry Arlin He was Captain of Co K in the 2nd NY Cavalry in the War of the Rebellion.4 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Queensbury, Warren County, New York. 465 564 Arlin William 40 male white carpenter 0 100 Vermont male citizen of United States; Henrietta 27 female white keeping house New York; Edward 15 male white New York.2 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at 3rd Electoral District, Queensbury, Warren County, New York. 504 606 Arlin William white male 45 married carpenter " " " [refers up to NY NY NY]; Henrietta white female 40 wife married keep house " " " ; Edgar white male 30 brother single works on canal " " "; William white male 25 brother single works on canal " " "; George white male 18 son single works on canal " " ".6 He died between 1881 and 1900 at Warren County, New York; could not find in 1900 census (Gary Rolph Mar 2008.)

Family 1

Martha ? b. 1829, d. bt 1861 - 1862
Child

Family 2

Henrietta Louisa Doty b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 19 Jun 1928

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: William Arlin Age: 24 Estimated birth year: abt 1826 Birth place: New Hampshire Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Glens Falls, Warren, New York Page: 29 Roll: M432_609.
  4. [S1014] Doty-Doten Family in America, online books.google.com.
  5. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census
    about William Asling
    Name:
    William Asling

    Age in 1860:
    33

    Birth Year:
    abt 1827

    Birthplace:
    Maine

    Home in 1860:
    Queensbury, Warren, New York

    Gender:
    Male

    Post Office:
    Queensbury.
  6. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com.

Henrietta Louisa Doty1

F, b. 31 December 1843, d. 19 June 1928
FatherGeorge Doty1 b. 3 Feb 1809, d. 1897
MotherSarah Rolph1 b. 17 Sep 1812, d. 1896
     Henrietta Louisa Doty was born on 31 December 1843 at Lake Luzerne, Saratoga County, New York.2 Sarah, George, William, Reuben, Samuel, Clark, Henrietta, Asa and Sara was listed as a household member living with George Dotty on the 1850 Census at Corinth, Saratoga County, New York; 96 96 George Dolly [Dotty] 40 male laborer " [New York] ;
Sarah 38 female "
William 16 male canaler " attending school;
George 15 male " attending school;
Rhuben [sic] 13 male " attending school;
Samuel 12 male " attending school;
Clark 10 male " attending school;
Henryetta 7 female " attending school;
Asa 3 male "
Sarah 1 female.3 " She married William Henry Arlin at Rockwell Falls, Warren County, New York, on 11 December 1862.2 Her married name was Arlin.1 Henrietta was listed as a household member living with William Henry Arlin on the 1870 Census at Queensbury, Warren County, New York. 465 564 Arlin William 40 male white carpenter 0 100 Vermont male citizen of United States; Henrietta 27 female white keeping house New York; Edward 15 male white New York.4 Henrietta was listed as William Henry Arlin's wife on the 1880 Census at 3rd Electoral District, Queensbury, Warren County, New York. 504 606 Arlin William white male 45 married carpenter " " " [refers up to NY NY NY]; Henrietta white female 40 wife married keep house " " " ; Edgar white male 30 brother single works on canal " " "; William white male 25 brother single works on canal " " "; George white male 18 son single works on canal " " ".5 Henrietta Louisa Doty is included in the biography of George Doty; George Doty, son Reuben Doty and Leah Spicer b Fort Ann, Washington County NY Feb 3 1809; m Luzerne Warren County NY April 20 1832, Sarah Ralph, b Corinth, Saratoga County, NY Sept 17, 1812, dau Benjamin Ralph and Seney Cook. They live Luzerne, post office Glens Falls, NY. He was brought up a clothier and wood carder, and worked at this business many years, but, 1880, was a farmer. His 12 children were then living, though 4 of the sons served in the war.
Children:
11155 i. William Lewis b Luzerne Feb 14 1833
11156 ii George Edgar b Luzerne Nov 30 1834
11157 iii Reuben b Queensbury, Warren Co Oct 22 1836
11158 iv Samuel b Corinth Auig 18 1838
11159 v Clark b Luzerne Nov 29 1840; m 1st Glens Falls, Nov 12 1861, Sarah Knickerbocker, who abandoned him while he was away with the army and from whom he was afterward divorced. He m 2d Greenfield Centre, Saratoga Co April 28 1868, Esther Ann Dantz; No 11153 [his first cousin; Esther's mother Amanda Doty was a sister of Clark's father George Doty]; no chil; he is a boatman; they live Glens Falls; he was an especially brave and daring soldier in the 31st N Y Vopls.
11160 vi. Henrietta Louisa b Luzerne Dec 31 1742;
11161 vii Horatio b Queensbury March 14 1845; m; lived Glens Falls;
11162 viii Asa P b Luzerne Apr 8 1847
11163 ix Sarah Jane b Luzerne May 4 1849;
11164 x Rosina Almina, b Corinth Aug 6 1851; m 2d Albert Savage, lived Saratoga, NY;
11165 xi Rosetta b Corinth May 15 1853; m Fred Merrick, lived Hagadorn's Mills, Saratoga County, NY
11166 xii Phebe Althea b Corinth April 8, 1857; not m 1880, lived Glens Falls.2 Henrietta Louisa Doty died on 19 June 1928 at Glens Falls, Warren County, New York, at age 84.6

Family

William Henry Arlin b. 29 Jun 1825, d. bt 1881 - 1900

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1014] Doty-Doten Family in America, online books.google.com.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Asa Dolly
    Name:
    Asa Dolly

    Age:
    3

    Birth Year:
    abt 1847

    Birthplace:
    New York

    Home in 1850:
    Corinth, Saratoga, New York

    Gender:
    Male

    Family Number:
    96

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    George Dolly
    40


    Sarah Dolly
    38


    William Dolly
    16


    George Dolly
    15


    Rhuben Dolly
    13


    Samuel Dolly
    12


    Clark Dolly
    10


    Henryetta Dolly
    7


    Horastio Dolly
    6


    Asa Dolly
    3


    Sarah Dolly
    1.

  4. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  5. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Marsh Family Tree.

David Armentrout1

M, b. circa 1825, d. 11 November 1848
     David Armentrout was born circa 1825 at Indiana. He married Lavina Cruse at Marion County, Indiana, on 29 August 1848.2,3 David died on 11 November 1848 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. (Indianaplis Locomotive 1845-1860).3

Family

Lavina Cruse b. 1822, d. bt 1881 - 1900

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S444] Indiana Marriages to 1850 Indiana Marriages to 1850, by extracted.
  3. [S1293] Bernard William Cruse, Cruse Descendants 1985, Vol 1, p 15/485.

Lavina Cruse1

F, b. 1822, d. between 1881 and 1900
FatherHenry C. Cruse1 b. c 1774, d. c 1839
MotherSusanna Cress1 b. 16 Nov 1776, d. 11 May 1873
     Lavina Cruse was born in 1822 at Ohio.2 She married David Armentrout at Marion County, Indiana, on 29 August 1848.3,2 Her married name was Armentrout.1 Lavina Cruse lived; 1850 cen, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN.1 She witnessed David Armentrout's death at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, on 11 November 1848. (Indianaplis Locomotive 1845-1860).2 Susanna and Lavina was listed as a household member living with Solomon Cruse on the 1850 Census at Centre Township, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; 735 747 Solomon Cruse 40 male farmer 2600 NC; Susannah Cruse 76 female NC; Lavina Armentrout 28 female Ohio.4 Lavina and Susanna was listed as a household member living with Solomon Cruse on the 1870 Census at Indianapolis Ward 2, Marion County, Indiana; 208 198 Cruse Solomon 53 [sic] male white farmer 1500 NC male over 21; Armentrout Lavina 46 female white keeping house IN; [next page] Cruse Susannah 94 female white at home NC.5 Lavina was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Enumeration District 122, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. South Mississippi St 81 Armentrout Lovina white female 58 widowed keeping house cannot write OH NC NC.6 She died between 1881 and 1900 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; could not find in 1900 census.

Family

David Armentrout b. c 1825, d. 11 Nov 1848

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1293] Bernard William Cruse, Cruse Descendants 1985, Vol 1, p 15/485.
  3. [S444] Indiana Marriages to 1850 Indiana Marriages to 1850, by extracted.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Levina Armentrout
    Name:
    Levina Armentrout

    Age:
    28

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1822

    Birth Place:
    Ohio

    Gender:
    Female

    Home in 1850(City,County,State):
    Indianapolis.

  5. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census
    about Lavina Armentrout
    Name:
    Lavina Armentrout

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1824

    Age in 1870:
    46

    Birthplace:
    Indiana

    Home in 1870:
    Indianapolis Ward 2, Marion, Indiana

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Female

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Post Office:
    Indianapolis.

  6. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com, 1880 United States Federal Census
    about Lovina Armentrout
    Name:
    Lovina Armentrout

    Home in 1880:
    Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

    Age:
    58

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1822

    Birthplace:
    Ohio

    Relation to Head of Household:
    Self (Head)

    Father's birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Mother's birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Occupation:
    Keeps House

    Marital Status:
    Widowed

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Female

    Cannot read/write:

    Blind:

    Deaf and dumb:

    Otherwise disabled:

    Idiotic or insane:
    
    View Image

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Lovina Armentrout
    58.

Jonathan Armfield1

M, b. 1804, d. between 1851 and 1860
     Jonathan Armfield was born in 1804 at Guilford County, North Carolina; 46 Guilford County 1850 census.1 He married Sarah Brown at North Carolina circa 1840.2 Jonathan was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Southern Division, Guilford County, North Carolina. 14 14 JOnathan Armfield 46 male farmer 1600 Guilford NC; Sarah Armfield 40 female Rowan NC; Louisa A Armfield 6 female Guilford NC attending school; Henry Armfield 4 male Guilford NC attending school; N Madison Armfild 3 male Guilford NC; Ann C Armfield 1 female Guilford NC.3 He died between 1851 and 1860 at Guilford County, North Carolina; not on 1860 census and Sarah has moved to Rowan County.4

Family

Sarah Brown b. 4 Jun 1810, d. bt 1871 - 1880

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Age:
    4

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Birth Place:
    North Carolina

    Gender:
    Male

    Home in 1850 (City,County,State):
    Southern Division, Guilford, North Carolina

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Ann C Armfield
    1


    Henry Armfield
    4


    Jonathan Armfield
    46


    Louisa I Armfield
    6


    N Madison Armfield
    3


    Sarah Armfield
    40.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Age:
    4

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Birth Place:
    North Carolina

    Gender:
    Male

    Home in 1850 (City,County,State):
    Southern Division, Guilford, North Carolina

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Ann C Armfield
    1


    Henry Armfield
    4


    Jonathan Armfield
    46


    Louisa I Armfield
    6


    N Madison Armfield
    3


    Sarah Armfield
    40.

  4. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census
    about Henry B Armfield
    Name:
    Henry B Armfield

    Age in 1860:
    15

    Birth Year:
    abt 1845

    Birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Home in 1860:
    County North of The NC Rr, Rowan, North Carolina

    Gender:
    Male

    Post Office:
    Salisbury

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Sarah Armfield
    44


    Louiza S Armfield
    17


    Henry B Armfield
    15


    Madison B Armfield
    13


    Luther J Armfield
    8.

Sarah Brown1

F, b. 4 June 1810, d. between 1871 and 1880
FatherMoses Brown1 b. 24 Feb 1773, d. 11 Dec 1841
MotherCatherine Swink1 b. 10 Dec 1773, d. 10 Jan 1850
     Sarah Brown was 4 ch.1 She was born on 4 June 1810 at Rowan County, North Carolina; 40 Rowan County 1850 census.2,3 She married Jonathan Armfield at North Carolina circa 1840.2 As of circa 1840,her married name was Armfield.2 Sarah was listed as a household member living with Jonathan Armfield on the 1850 Census at Southern Division, Guilford County, North Carolina; 14 14 JOnathan Armfield 46 male farmer 1600 Guilford NC; Sarah Armfield 40 female Rowan NC; Louisa A Armfield 6 female Guilford NC attending school; Henry Armfield 4 male Guilford NC attending school; N Madison Armfild 3 male Guilford NC; Ann C Armfield 1 female Guilford NC.4 Sarah was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at County North of the North Carolina Railroad, Rowan County, North Carolina.5 Sarah was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Unity Township, Rowan County, North Carolina. 50 41 Armfield Sarah 59 female white keeping house 600 375 NC; Lousa [sic] 26 female white at home NC; 51 42 Armfield Henry 24 male white farmer 1500 NC male over 21; Luther 18 male white farm labor NC.6 She died between 1871 and 1880 at Rowan County, North Carolina; Sarah not listed in 1880 census, although all 4 children (all single) enumerated in Rowan County.7

Family

Jonathan Armfield b. 1804, d. bt 1851 - 1860

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Age:
    4

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Birth Place:
    North Carolina

    Gender:
    Male

    Home in 1850 (City,County,State):
    Southern Division, Guilford, North Carolina

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Ann C Armfield
    1


    Henry Armfield
    4


    Jonathan Armfield
    46


    Louisa I Armfield
    6


    N Madison Armfield
    3


    Sarah Armfield
    40.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Age:
    4

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Birth Place:
    North Carolina

    Gender:
    Male

    Home in 1850 (City,County,State):
    Southern Division, Guilford, North Carolina

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Ann C Armfield
    1


    Henry Armfield
    4


    Jonathan Armfield
    46


    Louisa I Armfield
    6


    N Madison Armfield
    3


    Sarah Armfield
    40.

  5. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, 469 458 Sarah Armfield [sic] 44 female NC; Louiza S 17 female NC attending school; Henry B 15 male NC attending school; Madison B 13 male NC; Luther J 8 male NC;.
  6. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Age in 1870:
    24

    Birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Home in 1870:
    Unity, Rowan, North Carolina

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Post Office:
    Salisbury.

  7. [S56] 1880 US census, online www.ancestry.com, 1880 United States Federal Census
    about Henry Armfield
    Name:
    Henry Armfield

    Home in 1880:
    Unity, Rowan, North Carolina

    Age:
    34

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1846

    Birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Relation to Head of Household:
    Self (Head)

    Father's birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Mother's birthplace:
    North Carolina

    Neighbors:
    View others on page

    Occupation:
    Farmer

    Marital Status:
    Single

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Male

    Cannot read/write:

    Blind:

    Deaf and dumb:

    Otherwise disabled:

    Idiotic or insane:
    
    View Image

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Henry Armfield
    34


    Mathew Armfield
    33


    Luther Armfield
    26


    Louise Armfield
    35.