Johann Jacob Maurer1

M, b. 1757, d. 1827
FatherJohan Andreas Mowry1 b. 1731, d. 13 Aug 1794
MotherAnna Barbara Steinman1 b. s Nov 1733, d. 21 Aug 1794
     Johann Jacob Maurer was born in 1757 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1,2 He New Goshenhoppen Ch, PA; witnessed by grandfather, Jacob Maurer 29 Jun 1758, New Goshenhoppen Ch, PA; witnessed by grandfather, Jacob Mau.1 He died in 1827 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

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

J Friedrich Maurer1

M, b. 1764, d. 1834
FatherJohan Andreas Mowry2 b. 1731, d. 13 Aug 1794
MotherAnna Barbara Steinman2 b. s Nov 1733, d. 21 Aug 1794
     J Friedrich Maurer was also known as Johannes Friederich Maurer.2 He was born in 1764 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2,1 He New Goshenhoppen Ch, PA, sponsored by Freiderich Maurer, an uncle? and Anna Maria Risser 1766, New Goshenhoppen Ch, PA, sponsored by Freiderich Maurer, an.2 He married Catherina Hillegass say 1790 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 J Friedrich Maurer died in 1834 at Union County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Catherina Hillegass b. s 1770, d. bt 1791 - 1840

Citations

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

Petrus (Peter) Maurer1

M, b. circa 1738, d. circa 1820
FatherJacob Maurer1 b. 1703, d. 1761
MotherSophia Elizabeth ?1 b. c 1710, d. bt 1771 - 1781
     Petrus (Peter) Maurer was born circa 1738 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 He married Maria Margaretha ? at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, circa 1758.1 Petrus (Peter) Maurer Darrell Dexter -- There was no baptismal records found for Peter, but I have listed him as a son for other reasons. Peter is on the 1769 tax list of Upper Hanover Township with 100 acres, 2 horses, and 3 cows. Jacob's son Andreas is also on this same list. In 1774 Peter added one cow to his taxable property. In 1779 he was recorded as the tax collector and the 1781 list as a farmer. In 1783 he had 110 acres, 1 horse, 6 cows, and 8 sheep. Peter is also ont he same list of 'non-associators' as Jacob's son Andrew., between 1769 and 1783.1 He left a will on 27 December 1816 at Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; Source: Eileen Gebhart
Will Abstract:
MAURER, PETER. Upper Hanover. December 27, 1816. January 20, 1821. 5.268
All personal estate to be appraised. To daughters Margaret and Mary, 300 pds. each. To grandson Peter, 300 pds. To grandchildren: George, Polly, and Paky, 300 pds. equally. Execs: Grandson Peter Kolb, and George Hillegass. Wit: George and Jacob Maurer.
assuming this is the same Peter, but no proof.2 He died circa 1820 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1,2

Family

Maria Margaretha ? b. 15 Feb 1740, d. Apr 1777
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S390] Theresa Hammond, Dec 2002; uploaded Dec 2002.

Maria Margaretha ?1

F, b. 15 February 1740, d. April 1777
     Maria Margaretha ? was born on 15 February 1740 at Pennsylvania.1 She married Petrus (Peter) Maurer at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, circa 1758.1 Her married name was Maurer.1 Maria Margaretha ? died in April 1777 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, at age 37.1 She was buried on 14 April 1777 at Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1

Family

Petrus (Peter) Maurer b. c 1738, d. c 1820
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S390] Theresa Hammond, Dec 2002; uploaded Dec 2002.

Deacon Joseph Mygatt1

M, b. 1596, d. 7 December 1680
     Deacon Joseph Mygatt was born in 1596 at England; 1666 said he was 70 years old; "he was born in England in 1596, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth,11 Hartford Record and passed the earlier years of his life in the stormy times of religious intolerance, when the Throne and the Hierarchy waged a common war upon the rights of the Dissenters in their attempt to stifle the growing spirit of religious freedom, and "provoked the nation almost beyond endurance." Facts connected with his subsequent history conclusively show that he took sides with the friends of popular right, the Puritans, and possessed the spirit of a Pilgrim in its most comprehensive meaning."; "Joseph Mygatt’s birth-place is unknown to us, nothing occurring on the New-England Record to throw any light on the subject. The “Hooker company,” who came over in 1632, are said by Gov. Winthrop in his history, to have emigrated from the county of Essex. The Rev. Mr. Hooker was from that county, and once preached at Chelmsford, a few miles N. W. of London; and the fact that Mr. Mygatt was never separated from that company or its pastor during the forty seven years that he lived in New-England, affords strong presumptive evidence that he was from the same vicinity, and perhaps enjoyed the ministrations of that good man in the Fatherland."2 He married Ann ? circa 1630 at England.2 Joseph and Ann immigrated, in July 1633. Destination: an unknown place .2,3 They resided at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 4 September 1633. The Griffen arrived at Boston on the 4th of September, 1633, after a passage of eight weeks, and a considerable number of the passengers11 No list of names has been preserved. went to Newtown, (now Cambridge) some four miles distant, where the "Hooker Company”22 The passengers by the Griffen are sometimes confounded with the company who came over in August, 1632. In Winthrop’s Hist. N. E., page 57, he says: ”The Braintree company which had began to sit down at Mt. Wallaston, by order of the court had removed to New Towne,” these were Mr. Hooker’s company”; and in a note following says, “it is highly probable that this company came from Braintree, Essex County, England, and from its vicinity. Chelmsford, where Mr. Hooker was settled, was but eleven miles from Braintree; and Mr. H. was so esteemed as a preacher that not only his own people, but others from all parts of the County of Essex came to hear him.” who came over the previous year, and had begun to settle at Mount Wallaston, (now Quincy) had been ordered by the court.
Mr. Mygatt joined the Newtown settlement; and his name was soon enrolled among those persons privileged to draw from the general domain a sufficiency of land for his temporary wants. "A piece of land by the pine swamp" was the first grant made to him; and here he built a house to shelter his family - for the town was barely a twelve month old, and afforded only scanty accommodations to new comers.2 Deacon Joseph Mygatt was made freeman on 6 May 1635 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2, From an entry made in the colony record, page 153, it appears that Mr. Mygatt was admitted a freeman at the General Court, held in Boston, May 6, 1635; this was about a year and a half after his arrival in the Colony.11 The “Freeman’s Oath,” written by Governor Bradford, is preserved in his own hand-writing in the “Old Colony Records,” at Plymouth; a copy can be found in the appendix. The removal of this Newtown company had been worthy of all the importance which the General Court had accorded to it; their brethren had exhausted both persuasion and argument to detain them; they had echoed to them again and again, the great distance of one hundred miles - where they were to find their isolated home, and their Massachusetts friends looked with sorrowing regret upon the departure of the brave company as following the leadings of a kind Providence, and "the strong bent of their own spirits," - they took up their march through a difficult, and unbroken wilderness.
This removal occurred in June, 1636; the whole church and people of Newtown participated in it, and the place selected as their location was called Suckiaug by the Indians, situated on the Great, or Connecticut river. The graphic account of the removal of this party, as it is narrated by Col. Trumbull11 Hist. Conn. Vol. I; p. 64. 65. will be found more interesting, than any description we can give, after digesting the various historical notices of the event made by the early writers.22 The Rev. Thomas Shepherd succeeded Mr. Hooker and his society, and bought the houses and lands of the company retiring
"Preparation being made,” says he, "for a settlement at Suckiaug, Mr. Hooker and Mr. Stone, the ministers of Newtown, with their whole church and congregation, took their departure and traveled about one hundred miles through a dreary and trackless wilderness to Connecticut; they had no guide but their compasses, no covering but the heavens; they drove one hundred and sixty cattle, and subsisted on the milk of the cows during the journey. Mrs. Hooker was carried on a litter. The people carried their packs, arms, and some utensils, and they were near a fortnight on the journey."2 He was Our notice of Mr. Mygatt's religious character must necessarily be very brief. Genealogical commentators have spoken of him as a man of great worth and piety. He was for many years a deacon in the First Congregational Church of Hartford, an office in the primitive times of New-England, which carried with it responsibilities second only to those of the pastor and teacher; and all his associations confirm other well-grounded opinions that he was earnest in diffusing a hopeful christian influence in his family, the Church, and the community. His first pastor, the Rev. Thomas Hooker, whose welfare he made identical with his own in early life, was one of the most powerful theological disputants and eloquent men of the times, distinguished for his "piety, prudence, wisdom, zeal, and learning," - died on the 7th of July, 1647, and the welfare of that church and the support of its ministry held Mr. Mygatt's affectionate interest to the time of his death. A codicil to his will made some provision for "the old church in Hartford and its ministry," but the intention, according to our reading of it, at this remote period is not distinctly expressed. This has ever continued to be a flourishing church and to this moment is foremost in the rank of Christian effort, liberality and usefulness. The Rev. Joel Hawes, DD., is its present pastor (1852).2 He was Mr. Mygatt was bred a merchant and after his removal to Hartford carried on a trade with the indians, in connection with his other business. His house is said to have stood upon the elevated ground now occupied by Trinity College and its buildings,11 My authority here is Nathanial Goodwin, Esq., of Hartford, an antiquarian of much research: and a reading of the grant on pages 29 and 30 justifies this conclusion. When the writer was in Hartford in the fall of 1849, Solomon Porter, Esq., of that place, who was well read in the history of the first settlers pointed a lot opposite and west of the new cemetery, about one mile and a half south of Hartford which he assured me was the original homestead of Joseph Mygatt. There was an excavation in a ledge of rock about thirty yards from the highway, which he said was the cellar of Mr. Mygatt’s house and he spoke of a map in the posession of Dr. Robbins, librarian of the Hartford Atheneum, which would sustain his view of the premises; this map I have not seen, but the distance from the main body of the settlers, and other reasons, would lead me to decide with Mr. Goodwin’s view of this matter. west of the Main Street. The settlers generally located themselves east of this, toward the river on the Main Street; which Dr. Webster, in his notices of Hartford, says: "was laid out very wide, and nearly a mile in length, with a fort built at each end, so that the garrison could see from one to the other." between 1637 and 1680 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 Deacon Joseph Mygatt was also known as Joseph Myatt alternate spelling. Deacon Joseph Mygatt was also known as Joseph Maygott alternate name. Deacon Joseph Mygatt was also known as Joseph Megott alternate spelling. Deacon Joseph Mygatt was also known as Joseph Mygatt. He died on 7 December 1680 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; Deacon Joseph Mygatt died at Hartford, December 7, 1680, having reached the age of eighty-four years.2 He Ref. Baldwin's Gen Supp, 1264-5; Mygatt Gen (1853) 116 pages; Orcutt's Hist of New Milford, CT 738-40 Tedd Morgan, Wilderness at Dawn - p/ 175 Hooker's people settled Hartford CT from Cambridge, MA came 1633 in the Griffin with famous Cotton and Hooker(Gen Guide to Early Settlers Whittemore [1967], from Banks Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English emigrants to NE, 1620-1650, copyright 1937, NHSL, citing Banks MSS; from Essex, England, to Cambridge, MA, then to Hartford, CT.1

Family

Ann ? b. 1602, d. 1686
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S847] Frederick T Mygatt, A Historical Notice of Joseph Mygatt.
  3. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Descendants of William Whiting.

Ann ?1

F, b. 1602, d. 1686
     Ann ? was born in 1602 at England; Mr. Mygatt was married in England to Ann ---. She was born in 1602 and the eldest of their two children, (Jacob) we believe to have been of English birth. Ann Mygatt died at Hartford in 1686, about fifty years after their settlement there. She outlived her husband about six years.2 She married Deacon Joseph Mygatt circa 1630 at England.2 Her married name was Mygatt.2 Joseph and Ann immigrated, in July 1633. Destination: an unknown place .2,3 They resided at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 4 September 1633. The Griffen arrived at Boston on the 4th of September, 1633, after a passage of eight weeks, and a considerable number of the passengers11 No list of names has been preserved. went to Newtown, (now Cambridge) some four miles distant, where the "Hooker Company”22 The passengers by the Griffen are sometimes confounded with the company who came over in August, 1632. In Winthrop’s Hist. N. E., page 57, he says: ”The Braintree company which had began to sit down at Mt. Wallaston, by order of the court had removed to New Towne,” these were Mr. Hooker’s company”; and in a note following says, “it is highly probable that this company came from Braintree, Essex County, England, and from its vicinity. Chelmsford, where Mr. Hooker was settled, was but eleven miles from Braintree; and Mr. H. was so esteemed as a preacher that not only his own people, but others from all parts of the County of Essex came to hear him.” who came over the previous year, and had begun to settle at Mount Wallaston, (now Quincy) had been ordered by the court.
Mr. Mygatt joined the Newtown settlement; and his name was soon enrolled among those persons privileged to draw from the general domain a sufficiency of land for his temporary wants. "A piece of land by the pine swamp" was the first grant made to him; and here he built a house to shelter his family - for the town was barely a twelve month old, and afforded only scanty accommodations to new comers.2 The removal of this Newtown company had been worthy of all the importance which the General Court had accorded to it; their brethren had exhausted both persuasion and argument to detain them; they had echoed to them again and again, the great distance of one hundred miles - where they were to find their isolated home, and their Massachusetts friends looked with sorrowing regret upon the departure of the brave company as following the leadings of a kind Providence, and "the strong bent of their own spirits," - they took up their march through a difficult, and unbroken wilderness.
This removal occurred in June, 1636; the whole church and people of Newtown participated in it, and the place selected as their location was called Suckiaug by the Indians, situated on the Great, or Connecticut river. The graphic account of the removal of this party, as it is narrated by Col. Trumbull11 Hist. Conn. Vol. I; p. 64. 65. will be found more interesting, than any description we can give, after digesting the various historical notices of the event made by the early writers.22 The Rev. Thomas Shepherd succeeded Mr. Hooker and his society, and bought the houses and lands of the company retiring
"Preparation being made,” says he, "for a settlement at Suckiaug, Mr. Hooker and Mr. Stone, the ministers of Newtown, with their whole church and congregation, took their departure and traveled about one hundred miles through a dreary and trackless wilderness to Connecticut; they had no guide but their compasses, no covering but the heavens; they drove one hundred and sixty cattle, and subsisted on the milk of the cows during the journey. Mrs. Hooker was carried on a litter. The people carried their packs, arms, and some utensils, and they were near a fortnight on the journey."2 She witnessed an unknown person 's death at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 7 December 1680. Deacon Joseph Mygatt died at Hartford, December 7, 1680, having reached the age of eighty-four years..2 She died in 1686 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; Ann Mygatt died at Hartford in 1686, about fifty years after their settlement there. She outlived her husband about six years.2

Family

Deacon Joseph Mygatt b. 1596, d. 7 Dec 1680
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S847] Frederick T Mygatt, A Historical Notice of Joseph Mygatt.
  3. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Descendants of William Whiting.

James Maverick1

M, b. 4 August 1729, d. 1730
FatherJames Maverick1 b. 2 Oct 1699, d. 17 Dec 1750
MotherMary Walker2 b. 30 Oct 1706, d. c 1740
     James Maverick was born on 4 August 1729 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; also in History of the Putnam family.1,2 He died in 1730 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.3

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Rogers2010.

Lydia Sanderson1

F, b. 1704, d. 1754
     Lydia Sanderson was born in 1704 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 She married James Maverick, son of James Maverick and Esther (Hester) ?, on 28 April 1742 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; also in history of Putnam Family; also in NEHGSociety Website from Massachusetts VR to 1850:
1742 MAVERICK James and Lidia Sanderson, Apr. 28, 1742. Marverick, and Lydia Sanderson, M.R. Marriage Sudbury.1,3




Her married name was Maverick.1 Lydia Sanderson died in 1754 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4

Family

James Maverick b. 2 Oct 1699, d. 17 Dec 1750

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Owen Windrow.
  3. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, practice.

Rev. Casper Shirk1

M, b. 1705, d. July 1770
FatherCasper Sherk2 b. 9 Apr 1657, d. Jul 1739
MotherVerena Burkhart2 b. c 1670, d. 1741
     Rev. Casper Shirk was born in 1705 at Switzerland.3 He was born circa 1710 at Summiswald, Emmental District, Canton Bern, Switzerland.2 Rev. Casper Shirk was also known as Casper Scheirch. Rev. Casper Shirk was also known as Casper Sherrick.2 Rev. Casper Shirk was also known as Casper Schirch.2 He was a witness at Johannes "Hans" Wenger and Anna Sherk's wedding at Summiswald, Emmental District, Canton Bern, Switzerland, circa 1727.2,4 He married Wife 1 ? at Emmental District, Canton Bern, Switzerland, circa 1730.2 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts, in 1731. Died at sea on the way to Philadelphia.2 Rev. Casper Shirk immigrated between May 1731 and 15 May 1732 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; Sailed from Rotterdam in May 1731 aboard the 'Love and Unity.' Landed first in Falmouth, England, and stayed there three weeks. Landed in "Holes Bay," Martha's Vineyard, Mass in Dec 1731, after a horrific journey (this seems like an unlikely duration, but apparently the passengers overthrew the captain and sailed themselves). Only 48 of the original 156 pasengers completed the trip. Casper's wife and cild died on the trip. Came to Philadelphia aboard the ship "Norris," signing the B and C oaths on May 15, 1732. See details in the Sherk book.2 He married Magdalena Barbara Foulck at Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in December 1732.2 Rev. Casper Shirk lived; Switzerland, PA 'arrived in U.S. 1753' then Phps Chestnue Hill, Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, PA.1 Land Records: Warrant #250, Bureau of Land Records-Harrisburg, pennsylvania, 5 oct 1738 to Casper Sherk for 200 acres on Swatara Creek in Bethel Twp, Lancaster (now Lebanon) County. Surveyed 31 mar 1740 for 170 acres. Patented (Pat. A120-279-29) to Casper Sherk on 29 Nov 1745. Signed by Thoms Penn, son of William Penn. on 5 October 1738 at Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.4 To John Wenger 1 november 149 (Deed P-94, Lancaster County from Casper and Magdalena Sherick [sic] 170 acres. Neighbors were Nicholas Youngblood, Peter Lane, George Hauck, and Jacob miller. Sources: Hans and Hannah Wenger: American Descendants (draft copy) by Daniel L. Winger. Final publication expected in 1998. on 1 November 1749 at Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.4 Source Will Shirk 1732-Sherk-Shirk Freundschaft-1982, by Lyle Ronald Sherk, ed by Mary L. Shirk (Denver; Dingerson Press, 1982?), p. 18 has excerpts from Andrew Shirk Family Account-- written 1889. 'Casper Shirk. A story related by Andrew Shirk and which has come down through our branch of the family was that Casper Shirk, my great-grandfather, crossed the Atlantic from Switzerland when there were no steamships. They came in a sailing vessel and were detained by adverse winds for several monthsand were reduced to great straits to preserve life and ate rats they caught on shipboard. In DAR Patriot Index are the following, possible sons of Casper Shirk - Michael Shirk (5-26-1758 - 4-4-1827) m. Barbara Flickenger, Private Rev War fr PA; Ulrich Shirk (5-16-1751 - 5-14-1842) m Maria Eberly, Private Rev War fr PA; John Shirk (see notes); Joseph Shirk bc 1735, d abt 5-11-1811 m Barbara Kauffman. Private PA The PA-Germans in the Revolutionary War 1775-1783 by HMM Richards (1908), lists a Joseph Shirk(roster of German regiment of Nicholas Haussegger - Private Joseph Shirk) d Franklin County on Feb 19, 1826, at age of 67. On the roll of Capt Charles Baltzel's company of the German regiment, commanded by Lt Cl Weltner, Sep 9 1778, Private John Shirk Aug 7 1776
From DLW Database: Immigrated from Switzerland. Mennonite. Sailed from Rotterdam in May 1731 aboard "Love and Unity". Landed first in Falmouth, England and stayed there three weeks. Landed in "Holes Bay", Martha's Vineyard, Mass, in Dec., 1731 after a horrific journey (this seems like an unlikely duration, but apparently the passengers overthrew the captain and sailed themselves). Only 48 of the original 156 passengers completed the trip. Casper's wife and child died on the trip. Came to Philadelphia aboard the ship "Norris" signing the B and C oaths on May 15, 1732. See details in Sherk Book. Settled in Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co., PA Married Magdalena Barbara Foulck, 1710~ 1796 in Dec. 1732 Lived next to his brother for 6-7 years. Bought land next to Swatara Creek, Bethel Twp., Lebanon Co., PA. Bought 275 acres in Bethel Twp., Lebanon Co. in about 1739. This land became the homestead and Sherksville was established thereon. Neighbors in 1825 were Jacob Groff, John Meyer, John Groh, Michael Hunsicker, Abraham Joseph Light, Henry Meily, Martin Meily. Sold land on Swatara Creek to Johannes (Hans) Wenger, 1705 1772.6.1-, G1, (i1748.9.16) (DLW believed to be his brother-in-law) on March 1, 1749. This land became the Wenger homestead in what is now Lebanon Co.. Casper was naturalized on June 1, 1749. In the Bethel Twp., Lebanon Co. tax list for 1771\2 he is shown to have 250 acres of land. Mennonite. Died intestate leaving a 143 acre farm and £1102. Buried Wolfs-Union Cem. about 1 mile east of the Shirksville farm.1,2 He If this is right Casper Shirk (see Will Book Of Intestate Records, Lancaster County, PA.)1 He died in July 1770 at Shirksville, Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.1,3

Family 1

Wife 1 ? b. c 1710, d. 1731

Family 2

Magdalena Barbara Foulck b. 1710, d. 1796
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S494] Daniel Wenger, FEb 2012.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lewis 2016.
  4. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Louis Dailey.

Magdalena Barbara Foulck1

F, b. 1710, d. 1796
     Magdalena Barbara Foulck was born in 1710 at Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1,2 Magdalena Barbara Foulck was also known as Magdalena Newcomer.3 She married Rev. Casper Shirk at Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in December 1732.1 Her married name was Shirk.3 Magdalena Barbara Foulck lived; Switzerland.3 She witnessed the New Tag of Johannes "Hans" Wenger and Rev. Casper Shirk on 1 November 1749 at Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; To John Wenger 1 november 149 (Deed P-94, Lancaster County from Casper and Magdalena Sherick [sic] 170 acres. Neighbors were Nicholas Youngblood, Peter Lane, George Hauck, and Jacob miller. Sources: Hans and Hannah Wenger: American Descendants (draft copy) by Daniel L. Winger. Final publication expected in 1998.4 She witnessed an unknown person 's death at Shirksville, Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, in July 1770.3,2 Magdalena Barbara Foulck died in 1796 at Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.1 Married Casper (Sherrick\Schirch) Shirk, 1710~ 1770, SH, Rev. (i1731.12\1732.5.15) Married Michael Gingrich, 1710~ 1785, * ^ Different sources give her name as Magdalena and Barbara. LDS IGI gives her name as Magdalena Barbara. That name is used here, but needs confirmation. From GM2; She may be the dau. of Peter Foulck. A deed dated 28 Aug 1760, recorded at G-227 in the Lancaster Co. Records, conveys an interest in 143 acres of land in Bethel Twp. from Johannes Rink to Casper Shirk (Sherrick), Sr., described as the same land which had been patented to Peter Faulck [Foulck], late of Bethel Twp., Peter having died intestate, ownership of the land passed to Peter's two "daughters"; Magdalena, wife of Casper Shirk, Sr., and Margaret, wife of Johannes Rink. I should add that another researcher, Lyle Shirk, thinks Peter, Magdalena, and Margaret are siblings.1
She was occup1 'raised a large family' Acc To Letter of Mr. W.A. Shirk to Mrs. Wm. Shirk, 2 Jul 1955.

Family

Rev. Casper Shirk b. 1705, d. Jul 1770
Children

Citations

  1. [S494] Daniel Wenger, FEb 2012.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lewis 2016.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  4. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Louis Dailey.

Manalchus Paul Mayberry1

M, b. 23 July 1861, d. 29 July 1923
     Manalchus Paul Mayberry was born on 23 July 1861 at Illinois; "He was the son of Andrew Jackson Mayberry and Malissa Grimes."2 He married Essie Olive Lentz, daughter of Jeremiah Luther Lentz and Julia Emmeline Mowery, on 12 November 1891 at Pulaski County, Illinois.2 Manalchus Paul Mayberry died on 29 July 1923 at Pulaski County, Illinois, at age 62.2 He was buried on 31 July 1923 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Pulaski, Pulaski County, Illinois.2

Family

Essie Olive Lentz b. 4 Jul 1873, d. 1930
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 254.
  3. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 255.
  4. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 259.
  5. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 264.

Essie Olive Lentz1

F, b. 4 July 1873, d. 1930
FatherJeremiah Luther Lentz1 b. 15 Jun 1849, d. 18 Nov 1884
MotherJulia Emmeline Mowery1 b. 22 Aug 1851, d. 20 Apr 1892
     Essie Olive Lentz The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index shows:
MAYBERRY, M. P. m. Essie LENTZ in Pulaski Co., IL, on 12 Nov 1891, citing Vol. 1, p. 147. This may have been she. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _UID 44F13580E424E0408A42F8F92430CC6D5CF1. She was born on 4 July 1872 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois. She died on 2 September 1872 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois. She was born on 4 July 1873 at Dongola, Union County, Illinois.2 She was 10 children-- see Konrad Dillow file.1 She married Manalchus Paul Mayberry on 12 November 1891 at Pulaski County, Illinois.2 Her married name was Mayberry.1 Essie Olive Lentz died in 1930 at Illinois.2 She was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Pulaski, Pulaski County, Illinois.2 She Source: Mowery-Dillow Chronology 'Paul and Essie lived on a farm in Chapel Hill Bottoms, Pulaski County, IL.' [Konrad Dillow], Descendants of Michael Hartman Dillow: A History of the North Carolina Dillow Line [n.p; n.d.], part II, p. 34, which also has family info. Children: Leora Jane, Julia Eloise, Sadie Arletta, Child No. 4 b 4 May 1902, Andrew Theodore, Lowell Powwell, Myra Mamie, Astor Montdean, Essie Olive, Twins b died in early childhood.1 She The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index shows: MAYBERRY, M. P. m. Essie LENTZ in Pulaski Co., IL, on 12 Nov 1891, citing Vol. 1, p. 147. This may have been she.3 She was 44F13580E424E0408A42F8F92430CC6D5CF1.3

Family

Manalchus Paul Mayberry b. 23 Jul 1861, d. 29 Jul 1923
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 254.
  3. [S7] James Lance, Ancestors and Descandants of Bastian & Dewalt Lentz,.
  4. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 255.
  5. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 259.
  6. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 264.

Hugh Barnett McWhorter1,2

M, b. 12 April 1777, d. 1850
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Hugh Barnett McWhorter was born on 12 April 1777 at North Carolina.1 He lived; source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 He married Elizabeth Ludderdale in 1800 at Tennessee.2 Hugh Barnett McWhorter died in 1850 at Sumner County, Tennessee.2

Family

Elizabeth Ludderdale b. 1780, d. 1850

Citations

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

James Barnet McWhorter1

M, b. 25 October 1778, d. before 1 July 1828
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     James Barnet McWhorter was born on 25 October 1778 at North Carolina.1 He lived; source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 He died before 1 July 1828 at Tennessee.1

Citations

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

George Barnett McWhorter1

M, b. 6 September 1783, d. between 1851 and 1860
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     George Barnett McWhorter was born on 6 September 1783 at North Carolina.1 He lived; source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 He married Martha Mitchell at Wilson County, Tennessee, on 19 January 1811.1,2 George Barnett McWhorter died between 1851 and 1860 at Gibson County, Tennessee.3

Family

Martha Mitchell b. s 1791, d. bt 1841 - 1850

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, William McWhirter.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, G B McWhorter.

Mary McWhorter1,2

F, b. 17 May 1785, d. between 1829 and 1875
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Mary McWhorter was born on 17 May 1785 at South Carolina.1 She was Able from source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 As of 27 February 1810,her married name was Dickings.1,2 She married James Dickings at Wilson County, Tennessee, on 27 February 1810.1,2 Her married name was Dickens.1 Mary McWhorter lived; Mary listed as dau in Jeremiah Mc will 1828.1 She was Able never appears elsewhere -- same person?1 She died between 1829 and 1875 at Wilson County, Tennessee.3

Family

James Dickings b. bt 1776 - 1784, d. bt 1821 - 1866

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Tennessee Records: Bible Record and Marriage Bonds.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, James Deckings in the 1820 United States Federal Census.

Cynthia McWhorter1

F, b. 6 January 1787, d. 1828
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Cynthia McWhorter was born on 6 January 1787 at North Carolina.1,2 She was source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 She married James Sutton at Tennessee say 1807.1 Her married name was Sutton.1 Cynthia McWhorter died in 1828 at Tennessee; 1 Jul 1828 'heirs of Cynthia. . .' Jeremiah McW will.1

Family

James Sutton b. 1780, d. bt 1829 - 1840

Citations

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

Lavinia Lucinda McWhirter1

F, b. 6 October 1788, d. between 1851 and 1860
FatherJeremiah McWhorter2 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett2 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Lavinia Lucinda McWhirter was also known as Lavina (Lovica?) McWhorter.2 She was born on 6 October 1788 at South Carolina.2 She was source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.2 As of circa 1810,her married name was Bradshaw.2 She married Ishmael Bradshaw on 21 July 1819 at Wilson County, Tennessee.3 Lavinia Lucinda McWhirter was census 1850 - free on 5 October 1850 at Civil District No 16, Gibson County, Tennessee; 480 CE McWhirter [sic] 36 male farmer 800 TN; Louisa Bradshaw 65 female SC cannot read/ write; Sarah Bradshaw 27 female TN; neighbor 484 Thos J Bradshaw 26 male farmer TN; Harriet 19 female TN; Jeremiah 3/12 male TN.4 She died between 1851 and 1860 at Gibson County, Tennessee.

Family

Ishmael Bradshaw b. c 1782, d. bt 1831 - 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, My Father's House -- Kinkade, Kirby, Moran, Richardson, and Related Families.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com.

Sarah McWhorter1,2

F, b. 20 December 1790, d. 1 September 1864
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Sarah McWhorter was born on 20 December 1790 at Rushing Creek, Benton County, Tennessee.1,2 She was source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 She married Caleb Abimilick Herrin at Davidson County, Tennessee, on 2 September 1810.1,2 Her married name was Herrin.1 Sarah McWhorter died on 1 September 1864 at Rushing Creek, Benton County, Tennessee, at age 73.1,2

Family

Caleb Abimilick Herrin b. 13 Jul 1789, d. 13 Jul 1862

Citations

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

Eunice McWhorter1

F, b. 1 November 1792, d. between 1851 and 1860
FatherJeremiah McWhorter1 b. 12 Jul 1756, d. bt 1828 - 1829
MotherSarah "Sally" Barnett1 b. 26 Dec 1757, d. c 1801
     Eunice McWhorter was born on 1 November 1792 at North Carolina.2 She was source - Psalm Book of Sarah Herrin.1 As of 28 December 1814,her married name was Bridges.2 She married Brinkley Bridges at Wilson County, Tennessee, on 28 December 1814.2 Eunice McWhorter died between 1851 and 1860 at Ballard County, Kentucky; On 1850 census; did not find on 1860 census.3

Family

Brinkley Bridges b. 15 Apr 1790, d. bt 1851 - 1860

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Descendants of Hugh McWhorter.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, John's Family Tree.

John May1

M, b. circa 1900, d. between 1935 and 1990
     John May was born circa 1900 at California. He married Ruth Rebecca Wright at California circa 1930.1 John May died between 1935 and 1990 at California.

Family

Ruth Rebecca Wright b. 11 Jun 1908, d. 13 Jun 1995

Citations

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

Ruth Rebecca Wright1

F, b. 11 June 1908, d. 13 June 1995
FatherDavid Grant Wright1 b. 20 Oct 1868, d. 16 Jan 1947
MotherFay Rowena Ison1 b. 6 Apr 1884, d. 8 Jul 1966
     Ruth Rebecca Wright was born on 11 June 1908 at near Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana.1 Gladys, Ortha and Ruth was listed as a daughter in Grant Wright's household on the 1910 Census at Enumeration District 137, Perry Township, Monroe County, Indiana; ED #137,Perry Township (north part), page 9A (Image 17 of 19)
168, 177; Wright, Grant D., head, male white 40 yo married once 7 yrs, b IN, mother and father b IN [same for the remainder of family]; speaks English; farmer, General Farm, can read and write; owned free farm #115
Fae, wife, female white 27 yo, married once 7 yrs, 3 children, 3 living,
Gladys, daughter, female white 5 yo single
Gale, daughter, female white 5 yo single
Ruth, daughter, female white 1 11/12, single.2 Ortha, Gladys and Ruth was listed as a daughter in Grant Wright's household on the 1920 Census at Enumeration District 170, Richland Township, Monroe County, Indiana; Image 1 of 16; ED 170; Precinct 1-2
6, 6, Wright, Grant, head, home owned mortgaged; male white 51 married; can read and write; b, father and mother b IN [so the remainder of family], speaks English [so the remainder of family], farmer, general farm, own account, farm 4
Fay, wife, female white 35 yo married, can read and write
Gale, dau, female white 15 yo single, attended school, can read and write
Gladys, dau, female white 15 yo single, attended school, can read and write
Ruth, daughter, female white 11 yo single, attended school, can read and write
Alfred, son, male white 5 yo single.3 As of 1926,her married name was Wilson.1 Ruth Rebecca Wright married Leo Guy Wilson in 1926 at California.1 She married John May at California circa 1930.1 As of circa 1930,her married name was May.1 She married William Keim Sellers at California between 1936 and 1949.1,4 As of circa 1945,her married name was Sellers.1 Ruth Rebecca Wright lived; Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA.1 She died on 13 June 1995 at San Diego, San Diego County, California, at age 87.1 She was buried on 15 June 1995 at Riverside, Riverside County, California; National Cemetery.1

Family 1

Leo Guy Wilson b. 17 Dec 1904, d. 15 Jan 1992
Child

Family 2

John May b. c 1900, d. bt 1935 - 1990

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S55] 1910 census on Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, ancestry.com.
  3. [S52] 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc 2010, January 1920 Internet Resources Available on line.
  4. [S11] 1940 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.

Howard Clayton McAfee1

M, b. 18 January 1923, d. say 2010
FatherHoward Clayton McAfee1 b. 1902
MotherGladys Marie Bulson1 b. 1906, d. Aug 1991
     Howard Clayton McAfee was born on 18 January 1923 at Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri.1 He was Pilot.1 Howard was listed as a son in Howard Clayton McAfee's household on the 1930 Census at Enumeration District 15, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. 415 Anderson Street 292 338 McAfee Howard head rent $25 has radio not on farm male white 28 married age 21 not in school can read write MO KY MO electrician power and light wage earner; Gladys wife 24 married age 18; Howard son male white 8 single attends school MO MO OK; Enid Doll daughter female white 5 41/12 MO; Maurice son male white 3 11/12 MO; Bulson Eveline niece female white 13 single WA OK MO.2 Howard Clayton McAfee married an unknown person on 7 December 1946 at Tulare, Tulare County, California.1 He lived; MO; CA; Guam; WA; AZ; Riverside, CA (1995.)1 He died say 2010 at California.3

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Age:
    8

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1922

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Son

    Father's Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Mother's Name:
    Gladys Mcafee

    Home in 1930:
    Mexico, Audrain, Missouri.

  3. [S6] Gary Rolph personal knowledge,.

Howard Clayton McAfee1

M, b. 1902
     Howard Clayton McAfee was born in 1902 at Missouri.2 He married Gladys Marie Bulson in 1922 at Missouri; married when he was 21 and she 18.2 Howard was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Enumeration District 15, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. 415 Anderson Street 292 338 McAfee Howard head rent $25 has radio not on farm male white 28 married age 21 not in school can read write MO KY MO electrician power and light wage earner; Gladys wife 24 married age 18; Howard son male white 8 single attends school MO MO OK; Enid Doll daughter female white 5 41/12 MO; Maurice son male white 3 11/12 MO; Bulson Eveline niece female white 13 single WA OK MO.3

Family

Gladys Marie Bulson b. 1906, d. Aug 1991
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Age:
    8

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1922

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Son

    Father's Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Mother's Name:
    Gladys Mcafee

    Home in 1930:
    Mexico, Audrain, Missouri.
  3. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Age:
    8

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1922

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Son

    Father's Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Mother's Name:
    Gladys Mcafee

    Home in 1930:
    Mexico, Audrain, Missouri.

Gladys Marie Bulson1

F, b. 1906, d. August 1991
     Gladys Marie Bulson was born in 1906 at Oklahoma; 24 1930 census.2 She married Howard Clayton McAfee in 1922 at Missouri; married when he was 21 and she 18.2 Her married name was McAfee.2 Gladys was listed as Howard Clayton McAfee's wife on the 1930 Census at Enumeration District 15, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. 415 Anderson Street 292 338 McAfee Howard head rent $25 has radio not on farm male white 28 married age 21 not in school can read write MO KY MO electrician power and light wage earner; Gladys wife 24 married age 18; Howard son male white 8 single attends school MO MO OK; Enid Doll daughter female white 5 41/12 MO; Maurice son male white 3 11/12 MO; Bulson Eveline niece female white 13 single WA OK MO.3 Gladys Marie Bulson died in August 1991 at Corona del Mar, Orange County, California.1

Family

Howard Clayton McAfee b. 1902
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Age:
    8

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1922

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Son

    Father's Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Mother's Name:
    Gladys Mcafee

    Home in 1930:
    Mexico, Audrain, Missouri.
  3. [S53] 1930 census, online www.ancestry.com, Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Age:
    8

    Estimated birth year:
    abt 1922

    Relation to head-of-house:
    Son

    Father's Name:
    Howard Mcafee

    Mother's Name:
    Gladys Mcafee

    Home in 1930:
    Mexico, Audrain, Missouri.

Andrew Jackson McAllister1

M, b. 22 February 1817, d. March 1868
     Andrew Jackson McAllister was father in Rev War; mother Margaret Spirling.2 He was born on 22 February 1817 at Ohio; 33 1850 census.3,1 He married Jane Williams, daughter of Edward (Ned) Williams and Nancy Agnes Mitchell, on 4 April 1844 at Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana; Clover
Jane
McAlister
Andrew
Vermillion
4-4-1844.2,4
Andrew Jackson McAllister was census 1850 - free on 20 August 1850 at Town of Newport, Vermillion Township, Vermillion County, Indiana; 26 27 Andrew J. McAlister 33 male tailor $5000 OH; Jane 30 female IN; Mary Jane Clover 10 female attending school IN; B. Franklin McAlister 5 male attending school IN; Emma 3 female IN; Isabelle 6/12 female IN; Michael Egan 23 male Tailor Newfoundland
Image 4 of 42.3 He was census 1860 - free on 5 June 1860 at Town of Newport, Vermillion Township, Vermillion County, Indiana; in hotel or rooming house - "Andrew J. McAlister 43 male taylor [sic] OH." Are he and Jane separated?5 He died in March 1868 at Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, at age 51.2 He was buried.2

Family

Jane Williams b. 27 Oct 1819, d. 17 Jan 1907
Children

Citations

  1. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~clover/tt/…
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S444] Indiana Marriages to 1850 Indiana Marriages to 1850, by extracted.
  5. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Benjamin Franklin McAllister1,2

M, b. 15 January 1845, d. 16 August 1891
FatherAndrew Jackson McAllister1 b. 22 Feb 1817, d. Mar 1868
MotherJane Williams1 b. 27 Oct 1819, d. 17 Jan 1907
     Benjamin Franklin McAllister was born on 15 January 1845 at Indiana.1,2 He witnessed the census 1850 - free of Andrew Jackson McAllister and Jane McAllister; 26 27 Andrew J. McAlister 33 male tailor $5000 OH; Jane 30 female IN; Mary Jane Clover 10 female attending school IN; B. Franklin McAlister 5 male attending school IN; Emma 3 female IN; Isabelle 6/12 female IN; Michael Egan 23 male Tailor Newfoundland
Image 4 of 42.3 Benjamin Franklin McAllister C.G. 135th Reg IL Inf 1863 - 1864.1 He witnessed the census 1870 of Jane Williams; 148 150 McAlister Jane 50 female white keeping house 1200 150 PA; Clover Mary 21 female white teacher IN; McAlister B F 24 male white farmer IN male over 21; Bella 18 female white at home IN; Sarah 17 female white at home IN; Alice 15 female white at home IN; Lucy 13 female white at home IN (last four attending school); Bales Wm 9 male white IL.4 Benjamin Franklin McAllister married Elisa A Clark say 1877 at Douglas County, Illinois.5 Benjamin Franklin McAllister died on 16 August 1891 at Newman, Douglas County, Illinois, at age 46.1,2

Family

Elisa A Clark b. 24 Sep 1847, d. 24 Feb 1919

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin Franklin McAllister.
  3. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S69] 1870 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  5. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Baker Family Tree.

Jonathan Mcalley1,2

M, b. circa 1816, d. 1840
     Jonathan Mcalley was born circa 1816 at Washington County, Tennessee.3 He married Elizabeth Sliger at Tennessee in 1834.3 Jonathan Mcalley died in 1840 at Washington County, Tennessee.2

Family

Elizabeth Sliger b. 1820, d. 10 Oct 1882

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Neal Family Tree.
  3. [S943] Descendants of Hans Frederick Schleicher, online http://www.eastmojave.net/personal/pafg04.htm#2558

Elizabeth Sliger1

F, b. 1820, d. 10 October 1882
FatherAdam J Sliger2 b. 1772, d. 8 Oct 1836
MotherCatherine Brown2 b. 28 Feb 1775, d. 16 Sep 1834
     Elizabeth Sliger was also known as Betsy Sliger.2 She was born in 1820 at Jonesboro, Washington County, Tennessee.3,1 She married Jonathan Mcalley at Tennessee in 1834.3 As of 1834,her married name was Mcalley.3 Elizabeth Sliger died on 10 October 1882 at Washington County, Tennessee.1

Family

Jonathan Mcalley b. c 1816, d. 1840

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Neal Family Tree.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S943] Descendants of Hans Frederick Schleicher, online http://www.eastmojave.net/personal/pafg04.htm#2558