Matthew Camfield1

M, b. February 1603/4, d. between 20 March 1673 and 11 June 1673
     Matthew Camfield was also known as Matthew (Hon.) Campfield.2 He was born in February 1603/4 at Harlestone, County Northamptonshire, England; "He was in New Haven as early as 1639. He was a member of the Congregational Church in that place in 1642." p. 86.3,4 He was baptized on 27 February 1603/4 at Harlestone, County Northamptonshire, England.4 Matthew immigrated, in 1639. Destination: an unknown place .1 He married Sarah Treat at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, on 20 May 1644.3,4 Matthew Camfield rc vd in Richard Treat's will 20 pounds for that which is remaining of his portion (he settled in Norwalk and afterwards removed to Newark, NJ) - Gen Notes by Goodwin first of New Haven (abt 1644), then Norwalk, CT.2 He resided at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, between 1652 and 1666. "At a Court held at New Haven the first of February 1652," Matthew Camfield conveyed his house, home lot and real estate to Rootern Thompson. This is probably about the time he left the New Haven Colony, and went to Norwalk, as at the General Court for New Haven held the 10th of May 1652 "Samuel Whitehead was chosen Townsman in the room of Matthew Camfield."
He removed to Norwalk in 1652, and remained there fourteen years, during which period he was a man of great prominence in that town and in the Colony of Connecticut.".5 He was "He represented the town of Nowalk to the General Court almost continually from 1654 till 1666, during which period the Court assigned many important duties to him. IN each of the years 1654-55-56 and 57 he was apointed Assistant Magistrate. In 1658 he was appointed by the General Court to act with others, to prove wills, make inventories, and to distribute estates intestate, and to appoint administrators, in Stratford, Fairfield, and Norwalk. On March 9 1658/59 he was made a collector of Customs on all wines and liquors landed at the port of Newark, "except those for transportation." IN 1659, he was desired by the General Court to asist Messrs. Wyllis and Allyn to hold court inFairfield. In 1660, he was chosen and sworn an Assistant Magistrate, and was also appointed with two others to inspect and approve of troopers raised by Fairfield, Stratford, and Norwalk. In 1661, he an three others were appointed to try a special case. In 1664, he was selected for a petitioner to Charles II for the charter of Connecticut. He is namd in the charter (1665) that was granted, as one of petitioners and grantees. This connection with that celebrated instrument has given rise to the tradition that he helpd to hide the documnt in the "Charter Oak," a transaction which took place fourteen years after his death. n 1665, he and five others were apponted a committee by the General Court to discover the approach of the enemy" - the Dutch. " p. 91-92 between 1654 and 1666 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.6 They resided at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, between 1666 and 1673. "He removed from Noralk to Newark New Jersey in 1666 with the colony that founded that place, and died there in 1673. His four sons, Ebenezer, Samuel, Matthew and Jonathan were with him in Newark. Samuel returned to Norwalk about 1669. Jonathan died without issue." p. 5
"Being dissatisfied ith the union of the New Haven and Connecticut colonies, Matthew Camfield with about forty other men with their families formed the first colony that moved from Connecticut to the site of the city of Newark, N.J. in 1666. He he maintained the respect and esteem of his associates, being constantly chosen to fill positions of responsibility and honor. He is one of the few names found in the early history of Newark, which is honored with the title of "Mr.".1 He left a will on 19 March 1672/73 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "The last Will and Testiment of mee Matthew Canffeild.
I being sik and wayk but in pfect understandinge. This my last will and testament whereas I give my body to the dust and my soule to the Ld Jesus Christ.
Imp: My eldest son hath received his portion alredy at Norwauk and shal have nothinge here.
2 To Ebinezer my second son I give the second division of upland that pertend to Samuels Lott. I give him four akers ofmy medow land next Sarjant Wards to run thurah out the lott & three akers of meddow in my second division on the lower side.
3 I give to my Daughter Mary 18 lb that is in my son Samuels hands.
4 I give to my daughter Hannah 10lb in Samuels hands.
5 I give to my son Mathew 4 akers of that end of the lott next Goodman Waters his hows I give to Ebinezer 3 akers of upland in Roberdses nek next Mr. Piersons land and 3 akers of my first division upon ye hillnext the Cove and all the bogges inthe great nek, so far as the land goes. Memorandum: Matthew is to mentayn the cros fence betwixt the remaynder of the lott and his own I give to my son Matthew the remaynder of the upland of bogges n Robards quarter and 3 akers of upland on ye great nek next to my son Ebinezer & half the medow and upland at Wheelers poynt onthe lower side next Mr. Piersons & two akers of my first division of medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow next Ebinezer as it was layd out.
6 I give to my daughter Ruth the remaynder of the home lot wher of Matthew had 4 akers with the hows and the half of my second division uponthe hil;and the other half to Matthew lyinge next the hyway.
7 - I give to my Daughter Sarah my two oxen Colle and broad in part of her twentie pounds to be made out of the estate.
8 - I give my youngst son this Hows and home lott with the remaynder of the medows and uplands undisposed of upon the deseas of my wife. If wif live till Jonathan come to age shee shall lett him have half the Home lotand half of the other lands whether medows or uplands.
9 - I make my wife he executrix ofmy hole estate. My wil is that if my wife shal marry shee shal have the house and half hom lot & half the uplan and half the meddows and half the moveable estate and gthe other half of the moveable goods to be divided amonst the other children that bee here.
If she continewmy widdow then my will is the estate shall remayne intiere and Jonathan shall live with her til he be of age. Yet if she die my widdow Jonathan shal have the hol accomodation and the moveable estate shal be equally divided amongst the survivors Samuel being excepted.
My wife shal never sell any lands nor medow to pay any debts I make choyse of Brother Deken Tomkins brother Henry Lion and my son Matthew for overseers.
Item: At the deseas of my wife I would have her leave ye great chest to Jonathan and the sealed chest to Mathew I add to ye portion.
Matthew Camfield
Witnesses: John Brown Senr; Tho Pierson Senr.
Mar 19 72 or 73.7 He died between 20 March 1673 and 11 June 1673 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "His will dated 19 Mar 1672/3 and proven 11 Jun 1673 is on file int he offiice of the Secretary of State in Trenton, N.J." p. 92
"He was probably buried in the OldBurying Ground on the westerly side of Broad Street, Newark." p 94.1

Family

Sarah Treat b. 1620, d. bt 6 Jun 1673 - 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 5.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 86.
  4. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Richard Treat Sr.
  5. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 89.
  6. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 91.
  7. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 93.

Matthew Camfield1

M, b. 9 May 1650, d. 1705
FatherMatthew Camfield2 b. Feb 1603/4, d. bt 20 Mar 1673 - 11 Jun 1673
MotherSarah Treat2 b. 1620, d. bt 6 Jun 1673 - 1710
     Matthew Camfield was also known as Matthew Campfield.2 He was born on 9 May 1650 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 They resided at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, between 1666 and 1673. "He removed from Noralk to Newark New Jersey in 1666 with the colony that founded that place, and died there in 1673. His four sons, Ebenezer, Samuel, Matthew and Jonathan were with him in Newark. Samuel returned to Norwalk about 1669. Jonathan died without issue." p. 5
"Being dissatisfied ith the union of the New Haven and Connecticut colonies, Matthew Camfield with about forty other men with their families formed the first colony that moved from Connecticut to the site of the city of Newark, N.J. in 1666. He he maintained the respect and esteem of his associates, being constantly chosen to fill positions of responsibility and honor. He is one of the few names found in the early history of Newark, which is honored with the title of "Mr.".3 Matthew Camfield mentioned Matthew Camfield in a will on 19 March 1672/73 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "The last Will and Testiment of mee Matthew Canffeild.
I being sik and wayk but in pfect understandinge. This my last will and testament whereas I give my body to the dust and my soule to the Ld Jesus Christ.
Imp: My eldest son hath received his portion alredy at Norwauk and shal have nothinge here.
2 To Ebinezer my second son I give the second division of upland that pertend to Samuels Lott. I give him four akers ofmy medow land next Sarjant Wards to run thurah out the lott & three akers of meddow in my second division on the lower side.
3 I give to my Daughter Mary 18 lb that is in my son Samuels hands.
4 I give to my daughter Hannah 10lb in Samuels hands.
5 I give to my son Mathew 4 akers of that end of the lott next Goodman Waters his hows I give to Ebinezer 3 akers of upland in Roberdses nek next Mr. Piersons land and 3 akers of my first division upon ye hillnext the Cove and all the bogges inthe great nek, so far as the land goes. Memorandum: Matthew is to mentayn the cros fence betwixt the remaynder of the lott and his own I give to my son Matthew the remaynder of the upland of bogges n Robards quarter and 3 akers of upland on ye great nek next to my son Ebinezer & half the medow and upland at Wheelers poynt onthe lower side next Mr. Piersons & two akers of my first division of medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow next Ebinezer as it was layd out.
6 I give to my daughter Ruth the remaynder of the home lot wher of Matthew had 4 akers with the hows and the half of my second division uponthe hil;and the other half to Matthew lyinge next the hyway.
7 - I give to my Daughter Sarah my two oxen Colle and broad in part of her twentie pounds to be made out of the estate.
8 - I give my youngst son this Hows and home lott with the remaynder of the medows and uplands undisposed of upon the deseas of my wife. If wif live till Jonathan come to age shee shall lett him have half the Home lotand half of the other lands whether medows or uplands.
9 - I make my wife he executrix ofmy hole estate. My wil is that if my wife shal marry shee shal have the house and half hom lot & half the uplan and half the meddows and half the moveable estate and gthe other half of the moveable goods to be divided amonst the other children that bee here.
If she continewmy widdow then my will is the estate shall remayne intiere and Jonathan shall live with her til he be of age. Yet if she die my widdow Jonathan shal have the hol accomodation and the moveable estate shal be equally divided amongst the survivors Samuel being excepted.
My wife shal never sell any lands nor medow to pay any debts I make choyse of Brother Deken Tomkins brother Henry Lion and my son Matthew for overseers.
Item: At the deseas of my wife I would have her leave ye great chest to Jonathan and the sealed chest to Mathew I add to ye portion.
Matthew Camfield
Witnesses: John Brown Senr; Tho Pierson Senr.
Mar 19 72 or 73.4 He married Deborah ? say 1675 at Essex County, New Jersey.1 Matthew Camfield died in 1705 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "d about 1705 in Newark NJ. . .probably buried in the Old Burying Ground in Newark" p. 120/309.1,5

Family

Deborah ? b. s 1655, d. bt 1678 - 1755

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 268.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 5.
  4. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 93.
  5. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 120.

Samuel Camfield1

M, b. 1645, d. October 1690
FatherMatthew Camfield2 b. Feb 1603/4, d. bt 20 Mar 1673 - 11 Jun 1673
MotherSarah Treat2 b. 1620, d. bt 6 Jun 1673 - 1710
     Samuel Camfield was also known as Samuel Campfield.2 He was born in 1645 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1,3 He was baptized on 19 October 1645 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 They resided at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, between 1666 and 1673. "He removed from Noralk to Newark New Jersey in 1666 with the colony that founded that place, and died there in 1673. His four sons, Ebenezer, Samuel, Matthew and Jonathan were with him in Newark. Samuel returned to Norwalk about 1669. Jonathan died without issue." p. 5
"Being dissatisfied ith the union of the New Haven and Connecticut colonies, Matthew Camfield with about forty other men with their families formed the first colony that moved from Connecticut to the site of the city of Newark, N.J. in 1666. He he maintained the respect and esteem of his associates, being constantly chosen to fill positions of responsibility and honor. He is one of the few names found in the early history of Newark, which is honored with the title of "Mr.".4 He lived between 1668 and 1690 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; "He went from New Haven to Norwalk Conn with his father in 1652, and there is evidence that he accompanied his father to Newark, NJ in 1666, as he was awarded a homelot on the south west corner of Market and Washington streets, 6 chains along the former and 10 chains along the latter street. If he was in Newark, he didnot remain there long, as his name appears in the early records of Norwalk, where "Samuel Camfeld" signed an agreement 19 Feb 1668. A deed is on record in Newark, dated 6 Jun 1673, from Samuel Camfield of Norwalk Conn to the overseers of the estate of his father, for his brothers Ebenezer and Matthew "Canfield" of "Neworke." This deed is interesting as proof that he was in Newark at that time. The fact that he was not made a Freeman of Norwalk untl 14 Oct 1669, when he was twenty-four years of age, is evidence that he had been out of the colony of Conecticut."3 He married Elizabeth Willoughby say 1669 at Fairfield County, Connecticut.3 Samuel Camfield mentioned Samuel Camfield in a will on 19 March 1672/73 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "The last Will and Testiment of mee Matthew Canffeild.
I being sik and wayk but in pfect understandinge. This my last will and testament whereas I give my body to the dust and my soule to the Ld Jesus Christ.
Imp: My eldest son hath received his portion alredy at Norwauk and shal have nothinge here.
2 To Ebinezer my second son I give the second division of upland that pertend to Samuels Lott. I give him four akers ofmy medow land next Sarjant Wards to run thurah out the lott & three akers of meddow in my second division on the lower side.
3 I give to my Daughter Mary 18 lb that is in my son Samuels hands.
4 I give to my daughter Hannah 10lb in Samuels hands.
5 I give to my son Mathew 4 akers of that end of the lott next Goodman Waters his hows I give to Ebinezer 3 akers of upland in Roberdses nek next Mr. Piersons land and 3 akers of my first division upon ye hillnext the Cove and all the bogges inthe great nek, so far as the land goes. Memorandum: Matthew is to mentayn the cros fence betwixt the remaynder of the lott and his own I give to my son Matthew the remaynder of the upland of bogges n Robards quarter and 3 akers of upland on ye great nek next to my son Ebinezer & half the medow and upland at Wheelers poynt onthe lower side next Mr. Piersons & two akers of my first division of medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow next Ebinezer as it was layd out.
6 I give to my daughter Ruth the remaynder of the home lot wher of Matthew had 4 akers with the hows and the half of my second division uponthe hil;and the other half to Matthew lyinge next the hyway.
7 - I give to my Daughter Sarah my two oxen Colle and broad in part of her twentie pounds to be made out of the estate.
8 - I give my youngst son this Hows and home lott with the remaynder of the medows and uplands undisposed of upon the deseas of my wife. If wif live till Jonathan come to age shee shall lett him have half the Home lotand half of the other lands whether medows or uplands.
9 - I make my wife he executrix ofmy hole estate. My wil is that if my wife shal marry shee shal have the house and half hom lot & half the uplan and half the meddows and half the moveable estate and gthe other half of the moveable goods to be divided amonst the other children that bee here.
If she continewmy widdow then my will is the estate shall remayne intiere and Jonathan shall live with her til he be of age. Yet if she die my widdow Jonathan shal have the hol accomodation and the moveable estate shal be equally divided amongst the survivors Samuel being excepted.
My wife shal never sell any lands nor medow to pay any debts I make choyse of Brother Deken Tomkins brother Henry Lion and my son Matthew for overseers.
Item: At the deseas of my wife I would have her leave ye great chest to Jonathan and the sealed chest to Mathew I add to ye portion.
Matthew Camfield
Witnesses: John Brown Senr; Tho Pierson Senr.
Mar 19 72 or 73.5 He died in October 1690 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.1

Family

Elizabeth Willoughby b. s 1649, d. bt 1682 - 1739

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 268.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 131.
  4. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 5.
  5. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 93.

Elisabeth Rolph1

F, b. 30 September 1754, d. between 1755 and 1790
FatherJonathan Rolph1 b. 30 Aug 1714, d. 8 Jul 1791
MotherAbigail Flagg1 b. 25 Jan 1728/29, d. bt 1775 - 1800
     Elisabeth Rolph was born on 30 September 1754 at Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts; VR.1 She was conjecture that this is gndchild of Thomas.1 She died between 1755 and 1790 at Massachusetts.

Citations

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

husband Cannon1

M, b. circa 1645
     Husband Cannon was born circa 1645.2 He married Sarah Andrews, daughter of Sarah Conant, circa 1670.1

Family

Sarah Andrews b. c 1650

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Sarah Andrews1

F, b. circa 1650
MotherSarah Conant1 b. c 1625, d. 29 Apr 1666
     Sarah Andrews was born circa 1650; do not know source of this as daughter of Lt. John Andrews.2 She married husband Cannon circa 1670.1 Her married name was Cannon.1

Family

husband Cannon b. c 1645

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

William R. Cape1

M, b. circa 1889, d. between 1920 and 1979
     William R. Cape was born circa 1889 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1 He married Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery, daughter of Adam Jerome Mowery and Martha Victoria Cantrell, on 11 August 1914 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1 William was divorced from Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery at Illinois say 1919.2 William R. Cape died between 1920 and 1979 at Missouri.2

Family

Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery b. 29 Oct 1900, d. bt 1943 - 1990

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Luther Adam Mowery1

M, b. 13 August 1897, d. 22 March 1931
FatherAdam Jerome Mowery2 b. 2 Jan 1863, d. 26 Nov 1928
MotherMartha Victoria Cantrell2 b. Jul 1863, d. 1939
     Luther Adam Mowery was born on 13 August 1897 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1 Luther was listed as a son in Adam Jerome Mowery's household on the 1900 Census at Ullin Village, Ullin Precinct, Pulaski County, Illinois; 1 1 Mowery A J head white male Jan 1863 37 married 18 years IL NC IL laborer 0 months unemployed can read write speak English rents house; Martha V wife white female July 1863 married 18 years 3 children 3 living IL KY KY can read write speak English; Iva M. daughter white female Jun 1886 13 single IL IL IL 5 months in school can read write speak English; George A. son white male Feb 1889 11 single IL IL IL 5 months in school can read write speak English; Lutha A. son white male Aug 1897 2 single IL IL IL cannot read write speak English.3 Luther Adam Mowery married Elva F Peters in 1918 at Greene County, Indiana.1 Luther Adam Mowery died on 22 March 1931 at Lyons, Greene County, Indiana, at age 33; Burial:
Pleasant Grove Cemetery
Lyons
Greene County
Indiana, USA.1

Family

Elva F Peters b. 8 Jan 1898, d. 8 Aug 1957

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: A J Mowery
    Home in 1900: Ullin, Pulaski, Illinois
    Age: 37
    Estimated birth year: 1863
    Birthplace: Illinois
    Race: White
    Relationship to head-of-house: Head
    Occupation: View Image
    Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Ullin, Pulaski, Illinois; Roll: T623 336; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 73.

Sarah Mulkey1

F, b. 23 November 1839, d. say 1871
FatherRev John Newton Mulkey2 b. 11 Feb 1806, d. 26 Sep 1882
MotherNancy Lough2 b. 20 Mar 1806, d. 2 Oct 1876
     Sarah Mulkey was born on 23 November 1839 at Illinois; Roger Helm has 1824.2 Sarah Mulkey was also known as Sarah Mackey.3 She married William Marcus Dewitt, son of Allen Wakefield Dewitt and Hannah Tooley, on 2 April 1858 at Perry County, Illinois; DEWHITT, WILLIAM M; MULKEY, SARAH C 05/02/1858 Vol. 3/ page 78 PERRY.3,4 Her married name was Dewitt.1 Sarah died say 1871 at California.

Family

William Marcus Dewitt b. 17 May 1839, d. 9 Apr 1916

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S541] Carol Washburn, April 2004.
  3. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.
  4. [S57] Illinois Marriage Index 1763-1900, online www.ilsos.gov.

Mary Nutter1

F, b. March 1884, d. between 1901 and 1910
FatherWilliam Nutter1 b. 1825, d. bt 1885 - 1900
MotherJosephine Dewitt1 b. 1844, d. 5 Nov 1939
     Mary Nutter was born in March 1884 at California.2 Mary was listed as a sister-in-law in Harla Hillard Hicok's household on the 1900 Census at Colusa Township, Colusa County, California; 3 3 Hicok Harla white male March 1859 41 yo married 8 yrs CA PA VA farmer owns mortgaged yes yes yes; Virginia wife white female Mar 1874 26 married 8 yrs 1 child 1 living CA VA KY yes yes yes; Irving son white male July 1893 6 single CA CA CA attended school 0 months; blank blank yes; Nutter Josephine mother-in-law white female Apr 1843 57 widowed 5 children 5 living Kentucky TN SC laundry(?) yes yes yes; Mary sister-in-law white female Mar 1884 16 single CA VA KY ?? 8 months in school yes yes yes; Shiflet Clarence employee white male Nov 1877 22 single CA MO CA; farm laborer 1 month not employed yes yes yes.2 Mary Nutter died between 1901 and 1910 at California.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com.

Andrew Truman Carpenter1

M, b. 1898
     Andrew Truman Carpenter was born in 1898 at New York; 22 years old b NY 1920 census.2 He married May Velma Ketcham, daughter of John H. Ketcham and May Forsbee, on 11 September 1918 at Castle Creek, Broome County, New York.1 Andrew was listed as a nephew in Dexter D. Brown's household on the 1920 Census at Enumeration District 24, Harford, Cortland County, New York; Farm 117 119 Brown, Dexter D head own free male white 66 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English farmer general farm own account 55
Abbie G wife female white 55 married can read write NY NY PA speaks English none
Carpenter Andrew T nephew male white 22 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English laborer farm wage earner
May V niece female white 21 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English none
Morova D nephew male white 5/12 single NY NY NY.2

Family

May Velma Ketcham b. 13 Jun 1898

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S52] 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc 2010, January 1920 Internet Resources Available on line.

May Velma Ketcham1

F, b. 13 June 1898
FatherJohn H. Ketcham1 b. 8 Oct 1869, d. 23 Mar 1946
MotherMay Forsbee1 b. 1876, d. c 14 Jun 1898
     May Velma Ketcham was born on 13 June 1898 at New York.1 May was listed as a niece in Dexter D. Brown's household on the 1900 Census at Enumeration District 96, Harford, Cortland County, New York; 196 203 Brown Dexter D head white male Jun 1853 46 married 9 yrs NY NY NY farmer 0 months unemployed can read write speak Englsh rents farm 103
Abbie wife white female Nov 1864 35 married 9 yrs 0 children 0 living NY NY NY can read write speak English
Ketchum [sic] May niece white female Jun 1899 1 single NY NY NY.2 May Velma Ketcham married Andrew Truman Carpenter on 11 September 1918 at Castle Creek, Broome County, New York.1 Her married name was Carpenter.1 May was listed as a niece in Dexter D. Brown's household on the 1920 Census at Enumeration District 24, Harford, Cortland County, New York; Farm 117 119 Brown, Dexter D head own free male white 66 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English farmer general farm own account 55
Abbie G wife female white 55 married can read write NY NY PA speaks English none
Carpenter Andrew T nephew male white 22 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English laborer farm wage earner
May V niece female white 21 married can read write NY NY NY speaks English none
Morova D nephew male white 5/12 single NY NY NY.3 May Velma Ketcham lived in 1950; 'Lived at Hartford in 1950 when she sent me records beginning with John b. 1800'-- Marianne Ketcham.1

Family

Andrew Truman Carpenter b. 1898

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S148] 1900 United States Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1900 United States Census for Dexter D Brown.
  3. [S52] 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc 2010, January 1920 Internet Resources Available on line.

Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter1

M, b. 22 May 1894, d. 1973
     Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter was born on 22 May 1894 at East Saint Louis, Saint Clair County, Illinois.1 He was an only child; railroad engineer.2 He married Mary Dillow at East Saint Louis, Saint Clair County, Illinois, in 1914.1 Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter lived; They lived in St. Louis 1919, later in Belleville, IL.2 Henry was divorced from Mary Dillow circa 1940.1 Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter died in 1973 at East Saint Louis, Saint Clair County, Illinois.1 He was buried at Valhalla Cemetery, Belleville, Saint Clair County, Illinois.1

Family

Mary Dillow b. 22 Jan 1895, d. 5 Mar 1970

Citations

  1. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael Sr) p. 357.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Mary Dillow1

F, b. 22 January 1895, d. 5 March 1970
FatherCalvin Jenkins Dillow1 b. 14 Mar 1857, d. 7 Apr 1902
MotherDelia Jane Mowery1 b. 2 Aug 1858, d. 7 Jan 1919
     Mary Dillow was 4 children.1 She was born on 22 January 1895 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois.2 She married Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter at East Saint Louis, Saint Clair County, Illinois, in 1914.2 Her married name was Carpenter.1 Mary Dillow lived; IL.1 Mary was divorced from Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter circa 1940.2 Mary Dillow died on 5 March 1970 at Caseyville, Saint Clair County, Illinois, at age 75.2 She 'Henry rem but Mary did not. . .Henry and Mary had 4 children: Frances, b Feb 27, 1916; Henry Jr, rr engineer, b Mar 5, 1918; Eddie, electrician, b Mar 5, 1923; Joseph, career U.S. Navy, b Jun 12, 1929.' ch 2, p. 69f with further family info on children.1 She was buried on 10 March 1970 at Valhalla Cemetery, Belleville, Saint Clair County, Illinois.2

Family

Henry Edward Joseph Carpenter b. 22 May 1894, d. 1973

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael Sr) p. 357.

Capt Richard Carr1,2

M, b. 2 April 1659, d. 4 March 1733/34
     Capt Richard Carr was born on 2 April 1659 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts; son of Richard Carr.3,2 He married Dorothy Boyce circa 1685 at Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Essex County, Massachusetts, on 9 August 1694.3 Capt Richard Carr married Sarah Healy on 20 February 1701/2 at Essex County, Massachusetts.4 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Essex County, Massachusetts, on 8 January 1726/27.4 He married Sarah Greele at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 10 August 1727.4,2 Capt Richard Carr died on 11 September 1727 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 68.3 He died on 4 March 1733/34 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 74; "He was drowned at Salisbury MA at about nine o'clock at night, March 4, 1733-4." Greley Genealogy p 29.2

Family 1

Dorothy Boyce b. c 1666, d. 9 Aug 1694

Family 2

Sarah Healy b. s 1670, d. 8 Jan 1726/27

Family 3

Sarah Greele b. 21 Mar 1675/76, d. bt 1739 - 1766
Children

Citations

  1. [S1238] MA Essex Newburyport 1905, online books.google.com.
  2. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 29.
  3. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, My Carr Database (uploaded 2012).
  4. [S1238] MA Essex Newburyport 1905, online books.google.com, Vol 2, page 579.

Sarah Greele1

F, b. 21 March 1675/76, d. between 1739 and 1766
FatherPhilip Grele2 b. 21 Sep 1644, d. 17 Mar 1717/18
MotherSarah Isley2 b. 30 Jun 1644, d. 19 Jul 1710
     Sarah Greele was also known as Sarah Greeley.2 She was born on 21 March 1675/76 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.3,4,1 In Philip Grele's will on 14 March 1717/18 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, John, Jonathan, Sarah, Mary and Philip was named as an heir.5 She married Capt Richard Carr at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 10 August 1727.6,1 As of 10 August 1727,her married name was Carr.2 She witnessed an unknown person 's death at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 4 March 1733/34. "He was drowned at Salisbury MA at about nine o'clock at night, March 4, 1733-4." Greley Genealogy p 29.1 As of 17 May 1738,her married name was Hooke.7 She married William Hooke at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 17 May 1738.7,1 Her married name was Hook.2 Sarah Greele p. 16 (Greeley, Greeley Gen, 1903.)2 She died between 1739 and 1766 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.8

Family 1

Capt Richard Carr b. 2 Apr 1659, d. 4 Mar 1733/34
Children

Family 2

William Hooke b. c 1665, d. 26 Dec 1743

Citations

  1. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 29.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S449] MA Vital Records, online http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…, Salisbury Births page 125.
  4. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 16.
  5. [S1272] George Hiram Greeley, Greely Family 1905, page 17.
  6. [S1238] MA Essex Newburyport 1905, online books.google.com, Vol 2, page 579.
  7. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Batchler Family Tree 2011.
  8. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Mary Ellen Howard1,2

F, b. 14 October 1822, d. 23 January 1877
FatherGeorge Washington Howard1 b. 1800, d. 18 Oct 1877
MotherSarah Ketcham1 b. 17 Nov 1802, d. 30 Apr 1890
     Mary Ellen Howard was born on 14 October 1822 at Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York; 27 1850 census.1,2 She married Joseph Harrison Parks at Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York, on 27 September 1843.3,4 As of say 1845,her married name was Parks.3 Mary died on 23 January 1877 at Florida, Montgomery County, New York, at age 54. Burial: Chuctanunda Cemetery, Minaville, Montgomery County, NY.2,3

Family

Joseph Harrison Parks b. 18 Mar 1822, d. 1 Mar 1916

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Muenzenmaier Family Tree.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Mary Ellen Howard Parks.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Johnson Family Tree.

James Calvin Carter1

M, b. 20 July 1864, d. 23 January 1932
     James Calvin Carter was born on 20 July 1864 at Cache Township, Johnson County, Illinois; "He was the son of Jonas C Carter and Elizabeth Buford."1,2 He married Minnie Ida Mowery at Cypress, Johnson County, Illinois, on 14 August 1887.1,2 James Calvin Carter died on 23 January 1932 at Cypress, Johnson County, Illinois, at age 67; "and was buried 25 Jan 1932 in Masonic Cem., Cypress, Johnson County."1,2

Family

Minnie Ida Mowery b. 11 Sep 1867, d. 18 Aug 1941

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ken Mowery.
  2. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 329.

Minnie Ida Mowery1

F, b. 11 September 1867, d. 18 August 1941
FatherJohn Mowery1 b. 28 May 1844, d. 18 Sep 1918
MotherNancy Hartman1 b. 7 Jan 1843, d. 25 Aug 1922
     Minnie Ida Mowery was born on 11 September 1867 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois.2,3 She was baptized on 16 August 1868 at Mount Pisgah Church, Wetaug, Pulaski County, Illinois.3 Nancy and Minnie was listed as a household member living with John Mowery on the 1870 Census at Dongola Precinct, Union County, Illinois; 75 71 Mowery John 26 male white farmer 0 500 IL male over 21; Nancy 25 female white housekeeper NC; Minnie J 2 female white IL; neighbor Mowery Edward 48.4 She married James Calvin Carter at Cypress, Johnson County, Illinois, on 14 August 1887.2,3 As of 14 August 1887,her married name was Carter.3 Minnie Ida Mowery died on 18 August 1941 at Cypress, Johnson County, Illinois, at age 73; "and was buried 20 Aug 1941 in Masonic Cem., Cypress, Johnson County."2,3

Family

James Calvin Carter b. 20 Jul 1864, d. 23 Jan 1932

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ken Mowery.
  3. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 329.
  4. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census
    about Emeline Hedinger
    Name:
    Emeline Hedinger

    Estimated Birth Year:
    abt 1841

    Age in 1870:
    29

    Birthplace:
    Illinois

    Home in 1870:
    Dongola, Union, Illinois

    Race:
    White

    Gender:
    Female

    Value of real estate:
    View Image

    Post Office:
    Dongola

    Household Members:
    Name
    Age


    Emeline Hedinger
    29


    Jacob Hedinger
    10


    Jane Hedinger
    8


    William Hedinger
    4


    Mary Hedinger
    1.

Abraham Cartwright1

M, b. circa 1565
     Abraham Cartwright was born circa 1565. He was citizen and draper.1 He married Joan Wade, daughter of William Wade, circa 1585.1 Abraham Cartwright lived; of St. Andrew's Undershaft, London.1

Family

Joan Wade b. c 1565
Child

Citations

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

Joan Wade1

F, b. circa 1565
FatherWilliam Wade1 b. c 1530
     Joan Wade was born circa 1565. She married Abraham Cartwright circa 1585.1 Her married name was Cartwright.1

Family

Abraham Cartwright b. c 1565
Child

Citations

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

Benjamin Carver1

M, b. 10 December 1722, d. 18 July 1804
FatherDavid Carver2 b. 1669, d. 17 Sep 1727
MotherSarah Butterfield2 b. 6 Mar 1689, d. 5 Apr 1735
     Benjamin Carver was born on 10 December 1722 at Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut; a son of Ensign David Carver of Canterbury.2,3 He was a shoemaker of Westford, a desc of Gov Carver's bro Robert, who settled in Marshfield in 1628.1 He married Edith Fletcher at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 23 May 1745.4 Benjamin Carver died on 18 July 1804 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 81.2

Family

Edith Fletcher b. 8 Apr 1725, d. 13 Aug 1813
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Fletcher Family Tree.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin Carver.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MA Town and Vital Records 1620-1988 about Benjamin Carver.
  5. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Ede Fletcher Carver.

Edith Fletcher1

F, b. 8 April 1725, d. 13 August 1813
FatherCapt Joseph Fletcher1 b. 10 Jun 1689, d. 4 Oct 1772
MotherSarah Adams1 b. 12 Jul 1691, d. 24 Apr 1761
     Edith Fletcher was also known as Ede Fletcher.2 She was born on 8 April 1725 at Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; VR; Ede d Joseph & Sary.3 She married Benjamin Carver at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 23 May 1745.4 As of 23 May 1745,her married name was Carver.4 Edith Fletcher died on 13 August 1813 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 88.3,2

Family

Benjamin Carver b. 10 Dec 1722, d. 18 Jul 1804
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Ede Fletcher Carver.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Fletcher Family Tree.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MA Town and Vital Records 1620-1988 about Benjamin Carver.

Benjamin Carver1

M, b. 24 November 1761, d. between 1762 and 1851
FatherBenjamin Carver1 b. 10 Dec 1722, d. 18 Jul 1804
MotherEdith Fletcher1 b. 8 Apr 1725, d. 13 Aug 1813
     Benjamin Carver was born on 24 November 1761 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He died between 1762 and 1851 at Middlesex County, Massachusetts.3

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1124] Edward H Fletcher, Fletcher Robert 1881, p 92.
  3. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Benjamin Carver1

M, b. 31 January 1748/49, d. say 1760
FatherBenjamin Carver1 b. 10 Dec 1722, d. 18 Jul 1804
MotherEdith Fletcher1 b. 8 Apr 1725, d. 13 Aug 1813
     Benjamin Carver was born on 31 January 1748/49 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He died say 1760 at Middlesex County, Massachusetts; another Benjamin born 1761.3

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Ede Fletcher Carver.
  3. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Jonathan Carver1

M, b. 9 May 1751, d. 18 October 1805
FatherBenjamin Carver1 b. 10 Dec 1722, d. 18 Jul 1804
MotherEdith Fletcher1 b. 8 Apr 1725, d. 13 Aug 1813
     Jonathan Carver was born on 9 May 1751 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He was rep in Gen Ct several yrs.2 He married Mary Proctor on 16 August 1774 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 Jonathan Carver died on 18 October 1805 at Westford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 54.2

Family

Mary Proctor b. 1755, d. 3 May 1841

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1124] Edward H Fletcher, Fletcher Robert 1881, p 92.

Jonathan Rolph1

M, b. 10 November 1757, d. between 1791 and 1800
FatherJonathan Rolph1 b. 30 Aug 1714, d. 8 Jul 1791
MotherAbigail Flagg1 b. 25 Jan 1728/29, d. bt 1775 - 1800
     Jonathan Rolph was born on 10 November 1757 at Westborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 He Edward Rolph son of John Rolph & Dorcas b 1 May 1799 Princeton, MA acc to IGI. Any connection? Westborough MA VR Roff, Jonathan, s Lieut Jonathan & Abigail, 10 Nov 1757. Jonathan Ralph in Col Brewer's regt, [Corp Peter Brewer, Southboro], fr rolls found in state archives, abt 1776, 8 months service -- see log 16 Jan 1998.1 He was census 1790 on 2 August 1790 at North Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut; Don't know if the Jonathan Ralph in the 1790 census is "this" Jonathan Ralph
2 males 16 & over; 1 male 0-15; 4 females." Another possibility is the Jonathan Rolf son of Jonathan. Jonathan Ralf would be 40, and his brothers were in Woodstock, CT. We know nothing about this possible son of Jonathan Rolf except that he was from Worcester County MA.2 He died between 1791 and 1800 at New Haven County, Connecticut.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com, on ancestry.com; no other Ralph in CT 1790 census; this one between Edward Tuirner and Benjamin Trumball.

Timothy J. Lynch1

M, b. 17 November 1844, d. 20 October 1913
     Timothy J. Lynch was born on 17 November 1844 at Ireland.1,2 He married Melissa Ann Shrum, daughter of William Shrum and Mary Elizabeth Dewitt, on 29 October 1877 at Howard, Elk County, Kansas.1,2 Timothy J. Lynch died on 20 October 1913 at Saint Paul, Neosho County, Kansas, at age 68.1,2

Family

Melissa Ann Shrum b. 2 Oct 1859, d. 12 Jan 1946

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, hembree Family Tree.

Thomas Mitchell1

M, b. 8 March 1785, d. between 1821 and 1830
FatherThomas Mitchell1 b. c 1760, d. bt 1821 - 1830
MotherLucy Rolph1 b. 12 Nov 1756, d. bt 1821 - 1830
     Thomas Mitchell was born on 8 March 1785 at Chester, Windsor County, Vermont; IGI, citing Extraction of birth information from statewide indexes for Vermont and Connecticut. The actual town records may contain more details. Use the Family History Library Catalog to find the call numbers for town records.2 Thomas was probably a free white male, under 16 years old, in Thomas Mitchell's household on the 1790 Census at Chester, Windsor County, Vermont; Thomas Mitchel [sic] 1 male over 16, 4 males under 16, 1 female.3 Thomas was probably a free white male, age 16 and under 26, in Thomas Mitchell's household on the 1800 Census at Chester, Windsor County, Vermont; Thomas Mitchel [sic] 2 males 0-9; 2 males 10-15; 1 male 16-25; 1 male 45+; 2 females 0-9; 1 female 26-44.4 Thomas was probably a free white male, age 16 and under 26, in Thomas Mitchell's household on the 1810 Census at Chester, Windsor County, Vermont; Mitchel [sic] Thomas 3 males 16-25; 1 male 45+; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 16-25; 1 female 45+.5 Thomas was probably a free white male, age 26 and under 45, in Thomas Mitchell's household, on the 1820 Census at Chittenden, Rutland County, Vermont; Thomas Mitchell 1 male 10-15; 1 male 16-18; 1 male 16-25; 2 males 26-44; 1 male 45+; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 16-25; 1 female 45+
Perhaps Thomas and Lucy (1 male and 1 female 45+; 2 males 26-44 look like 2 of the 3 males previously; perhaps 1 of the males 26-44 had 2 or 3 children (1 male 10-15; 1 male 16-18; 1 female 10-15) and is a widower or recently remarried (1 female 16-25 is a bit young for mother.)6 Thomas Mitchell died between 1821 and 1830 at Windsor County, Vermont.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S356] FamilySearch.org, july 2003.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Thomas Mitchel Township: Chester County: Windsor State: Vermont Year: 1790 Roll: M637_12 Page: 59 Image: 0208.
  4. [S63] 1800 US census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Mitchel, Thomas Township: Chester County: Windsor State: Vermont Year: 1800 Roll: M32_52 Page: 301 Image: 168.
  5. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Mitchel, Thomas Township: Chester County: Windsor State: Vermont Year: 1810 Roll: M252_65 Page: 449 Image: 276.
  6. [S65] 1820 US census, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Thomas Mitchell Township: Chittenden County: Rutland State: Vermont Year: 1820 Roll: M33_126 Page: 429 Image Number: 107.

Nabby Hill1

F, b. 25 August 1778, d. 14 July 1848
     Nabby Hill was born on 25 August 1778 at Massachusetts; Leonard Gen has 24 Aug 1779 dob; Gravestone has 69 y, 10 mo, 20 days old.1 She married Jonas Leonard on 17 November 1803 at Hampshire County, Massachusetts.1 Her married name was Leonard.1 Nabby was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in Jonas Leonard's household on the 1810 Census at Worthington, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; Jonas Leonard 2 males under 10; 1 male 10-16; 2 males 16-26; 1 male 46+; 1 female under 10; 2 females 16 to 26; 1 female 46+
2 males under 10 -- we have three (Stephen 2; Ephraim 5, Eber 6); 1 male 10-16 - we have three (Judah 11; Ezra 13; Jonas 16); 2 males 16-26 (Jesse 17 and Levi 19); 1 male 46+ (Jonas); 1 female under 10 (Abigail 1); 2 females 16-26 -- who are these? 1 female 46+ Nabby Hill, second wife of Jonas.2 Nabby Hill died on 14 July 1848 at Charlemont, Franklin County, Massachusetts, at age 69; Charlemont VR Deaths has wid Jonas, bronchitis.1 She was buried at Village Cemetery, Charlemont, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; VR.1

Family

Jonas Leonard b. 19 Jan 1761, d. 19 Mar 1821
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.