Elizabeth Walkup1

F, b. circa 1740, d. between 1806 and 1810
FatherSamuel Walkup1 b. bt 1692 - 1698, d. 1782
MotherNancy Alexander1 b. 1702, d. bt 1750 - 1790
     Elizabeth Walkup was born circa 1740 at Waxhaw, Union County, North Carolina.2 Her married name was McWhorter.1 She married George McWhorter, son of Moses McWHORTER and Margery Marlin, circa 1758 at Union County, North Carolina.3 Elizabeth was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in George McWhorter's household on the 1800 Census at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; From 1800 census, Mecklenburg Co., NC, pg. 589:
1 m. under 10, 1 m. 16-26, 1 m. 45+; 1 f. under 10, 1 f. 26-45, 1 f. 45+.3 Elizabeth Walkup given unconditionally the plantation on which her husband lived, all horses, livestocks, and all household and kitchen furniture during her lifetime.1 Another variant is Waughup or Wagghup, also Wahob.1 In George McWhorter's will on 30 November 1805 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, Elizabeth, Moses, George, James, Elizabeth, Rosanna, Agnes, John and Aaron was named as an heir.3 They witnessed George McWhorter's death at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, between 30 November 1805 and January 1806. Possibly the George whose will was probated 1805 (CR 65.020, p. 51) -- see Mecklenburg County Will Index 1749-1869. Summary of Documentation for George, Aaron, and John McWhorter 3/1/1993 from Mary Ruth Stultz, College Park MD says "His will was witnessed 30 Nov 1805 and proved Jan 1806. He willed his plantation to his son Aaron." George McWhorter Sr. and Descendants of Union County, NC 1735-1988, compiled and published by Mrs. Frances Richardson Small and Mrs. Mary Tyson Starnes, printed by Direct Quick Copy Inc. Monroe NC, 1988, p. ii, iii, 1-4, says that "His will was written and witnessed on 30 Nov 1805 in Mecklenburg County NC (Recorded in Book E page 8). IN his will he mentions his sons Moses, George, James,John and Aaron, his daughters Elizabeth (wife of Robert Lacky), Rose (wife of James Smart) and Agness Blue, deceased. He left a life estate and most of his propety to his wife Elizabeth with son Aaron to receive the plantation upon his wife's death. A son Henry is also suggested but 'not sure about this one.' Both cited in McWhirter family w attachments..4 Elizabeth Walkup died between 1806 and 1810 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; named in will of husband.3 She was a witness According to an affadavit 4 Sep 1858 by his son Samuel, George Jr. spoke often about "General Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. He [George] said he had been very intimate with Jackson in their youth, were intimate associates & went to school together & lived in the same neighborhood within about two miles of each other. That his mother, Elizabeth McWhorter was a near neighbor & was present ont he night of Jackson's birth & that his mother went back on the next day to see Mrs. Jackson and took him, George McWhorter, with her and that he was then a little over five yars old and saw Mrs. Jackson and her son Andrew Jackson. (George McWhorter Sr. and Descendants of Union County North Carolina 1735-1988, compiled by Mrs. Frances Richardson Small 1988, p. 1-14).4

Family

George McWhorter b. 1740, d. bt 30 Nov 1805 - Jan 1806
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S889] Wauchope/ Walkup Website, online http://home.att.net/~walkup/
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  4. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.

William McWhorter1

M, b. circa 1720, d. circa 1802
FatherMoses McWHORTER1 b. c 1700, d. 1756
MotherMargery Marlin1 b. s 1700, d. s 1769
     William McWhorter was born circa 1720 at Ireland; now Northern Ireland; Fowler et al say "before 1720." McWhorter Register report says b 1706 but that would make the parents less than 8 years old at his birth! This was based on Robert White McWhorter of New Jersey who said "his ancestor William McWhirter was 97 years old when he died in Tennessee in the year 1803. He had a land grant of 640 acres, in Sumner County on Goose Creek" (from History of the McWhirter Clan, by Mrs. Ethel Keim, Latrobe Pennsylvania, 1937, p. 12, 13). Some Descendants of David McWhorter and Mary Poston by Mr. & Mrs. E.R. McWhorter (1978, citing Sketches of Prominent Men of Tennessee by Hon W. S. Spier) says Wiliam was a "farmer and physician, born in South Carolina. HIs father and mother came over from the North of Irland in the latter part of the 17th century." Maj. A. J. McWhirter from Prominent Tennesseans says: "William McWhorter, a farmer and physician, was born in South Carolina. His father and mother came over from the north of Ireland in the latter part of the seventeenth century. Two of William MacWhorter's brothers continued to live in Georgia and South Carolina, wher their descendants are now living, and have changed the spelling of the family name to McWherter and McWhorter."2,3,4 He was farmer and physician.1 He married Elizabeth Ferrier circa 1755 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 "lived in Welsh Run, Franklin Co PA on land bought by his wife Elizabeth Ferrier from William Mullicain" (GenConnect BBS Posting Franklin County PA query forum 1/10/1999 from Jesse McWhirter). Register Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, Canada, says: "Elizabeth Ferrier bought 100 acres of land in Antrim Township from William Mullicain, which later she and her husband William McWhirter sold to Aaron McWhirter "trader." In Aug 1767 Aaron McWhirter, "traider" sold to Moses McWhirter "Shoemaker" who on Aug 1, 1774 sold the same property to William Scott. In 1767 this land was in Peters Township, Cumberland County, PA. It is now in Franklin County PA on Welch Run. Aaron McWhirter was of Colerain Township, Lancaster County, PA, and Moses McWhirter of Chanceford Township, York County, PA. between 1760 and 1774 at Franklin County, Pennsylvania.3 William McWhorter lived with Aaron McWhorter between 1767 and 1774 at Colerain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Cumberland Co PA Deeds give his residence as Colerain Township and call him a "trader." Connection with William McWhirter of Davidson Co TN and Moses McWhirter, shoemaker of Chanceford Township, York Co, PA is believed as they too are mentioned in these deeds. Both William and Aaaron had sons with the name of 'Marlin' (McWherters and Claytons of Tennessee, The Descendants of John McWhorter, et al, 3/15/1993 from Jerry Kennedy, McLean, VA, p. 5); Aaron [db#3769] gave his residence as Colerain township, Lancaster co., PA in deeds recorded in Cumberland co., PA in 1767 and 1774. Both a William McWhorter and a Moses McWhorter, a shoemaker of Chanceford township, York co., PA, are also mentioned in these deeds. Aaron is called 'trader'.3 William McWhorter was a witness The will of Margery Marlin (Chester County PA) dated and probated 1769 left a bequest to Elizabeth, William's wife. Registry Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, says: "Aug 20, 1769 Margery Marlin of New London Township, Chester County, PA made her will; probated Nov 28, 1769. Mentioned a sister Sarah, wife of James Stoner, a sister Agnes Ferrier, wife of Robert Crawford, and a sister Elizabeth, wife of William McWhirter." with Elizabeth Ferrier on 20 August 1769 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.3 William McWhorter lived between 1772 and 1780; Mecklenburg Co NC by 1772; then Davidson Co TN (abt 1780.)1 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at North Carolina between 25 September 1779 and 31 December 1779.1,5 He married Mary ? at Davidson County, Tennessee, circa 1781.1 William McWhorter died circa 1802 at Davidson County, Tennessee.1 He was buried at Creighead Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.3 His estate was probated in 1802; There was an agreement among his heirs to divide the estate equally between George M. McWhorter, Mary McWhorter and George Pirtle (Descendants of Moses McWhorter and Related Families compiled by Harman Bowman 1987, p. 131.)3 He Glenda McWhorter Todd wrote: 'Some researchers think our William McWhorter was a son of Hugh and brother of Rev. Alexander McWhorter. Hugh was a linen merchant in Armagh Ireland and its is thought Moses was also from Armagh. Hugh and his family landed in New Castle County DE about 1734/35. It is thought Moses also landed in New Castle County about the same time, however a Wilson County History Book giving details about George Marlin McWhirter stated that his father, William, was born in South Carolina and that his family came to America in the latter part of the 17th century.' William [db#3768], supposedly born in Ireland as early as 1706, was married first in Chester co., PA to Elizabeth Ferrier [db#3779]. It is she who received the bequest from Margery Marlin. According to one source William lived in both PA and Mecklenburg co., NC before removing to TN where he received a land grant of 640 acres on Goose Creek in Sumner co. According to other sources he was 'born in South Carolina'. He was both a farmer and 'physician' and died in 1802 in Davidson co., TN. By that time he appears remarried to a Mary ? [db#3780] who's will in 1817 leaves her estate to a William Dorris 'her son by a first marriage'.4,1 He was Poplar Tent Congregation, Mecklenburg Co NC.1

Family 1

Elizabeth Ferrier b. c 1722, d. bt 25 Sep 1779 - 31 Dec 1779
Children

Family 2

Mary ? b. s 1750, d. 1817

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S350] Judy Fowler (e-mail address) Kilgore, March 2004, citing Kathryn McWhorter Martinson (e-mail address), Huntsville, Alabama, family research information, initial research on early McWhorters; and Anna Harman Bowman, Descendants of Moses McWhorter and Related Families, compiled and self-published 1987. Printed in Oklahoma City, OK.
  3. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.
  4. [S265] Alan D. McWhirter, updated 23 Jan 1799.
  5. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ferrier-Doty Ancestry.

Elizabeth Ferrier1

F, b. circa 1722, d. between 25 September 1779 and 31 December 1779
     Elizabeth Ferrier was born circa 1722 at Ireland.1,2 She married William McWhorter, son of Moses McWHORTER and Margery Marlin, circa 1755 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 Her married name was McWhorter.1 "lived in Welsh Run, Franklin Co PA on land bought by his wife Elizabeth Ferrier from William Mullicain" (GenConnect BBS Posting Franklin County PA query forum 1/10/1999 from Jesse McWhirter). Register Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, Canada, says: "Elizabeth Ferrier bought 100 acres of land in Antrim Township from William Mullicain, which later she and her husband William McWhirter sold to Aaron McWhirter "trader." In Aug 1767 Aaron McWhirter, "traider" sold to Moses McWhirter "Shoemaker" who on Aug 1, 1774 sold the same property to William Scott. In 1767 this land was in Peters Township, Cumberland County, PA. It is now in Franklin County PA on Welch Run. Aaron McWhirter was of Colerain Township, Lancaster County, PA, and Moses McWhirter of Chanceford Township, York County, PA. between 1760 and 1774 at Franklin County, Pennsylvania.3 Elizabeth Ferrier The will of Margery Marlin (Chester County PA) dated and probated 1769 left a bequest to Elizabeth, William's wife. Registry Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, says: "Aug 20, 1769 Margery Marlin of New London Township, Chester County, PA made her will; probated Nov 28, 1769. Mentioned a sister Sarah, wife of James Stoner, a sister Agnes Ferrier, wife of Robert Crawford, and a sister Elizabeth, wife of William McWhirter." on 20 August 1769 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.3 She died between 25 September 1779 and 31 December 1779 at North Carolina.1,2

Family

William McWhorter b. c 1720, d. c 1802
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ferrier-Doty Ancestry.
  3. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.

Aaron McWhorter1

M, b. circa 1740, d. between 1797 and 1799
FatherMoses McWHORTER1 b. c 1700, d. 1756
MotherMargery Marlin1 b. s 1700, d. s 1769
     Aaron McWhorter was born circa 1740 at Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; perhaps or Chester County.2 He was trader.1 Between 1760 and 1774 at Franklin County, Pennsylvania, "lived in Welsh Run, Franklin Co PA on land bought by his wife Elizabeth Ferrier from William Mullicain" (GenConnect BBS Posting Franklin County PA query forum 1/10/1999 from Jesse McWhirter). Register Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, Canada, says: "Elizabeth Ferrier bought 100 acres of land in Antrim Township from William Mullicain, which later she and her husband William McWhirter sold to Aaron McWhirter "trader." In Aug 1767 Aaron McWhirter, "traider" sold to Moses McWhirter "Shoemaker" who on Aug 1, 1774 sold the same property to William Scott. In 1767 this land was in Peters Township, Cumberland County, PA. It is now in Franklin County PA on Welch Run. Aaron McWhirter was of Colerain Township, Lancaster County, PA, and Moses McWhirter of Chanceford Township, York County, PA.3 He lived between 1767 and 1774 at Colerain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Cumberland Co PA Deeds give his residence as Colerain Township and call him a "trader." Connection with William McWhirter of Davidson Co TN and Moses McWhirter, shoemaker of Chanceford Township, York Co, PA is believed as they too are mentioned in these deeds. Both William and Aaaron had sons with the name of 'Marlin' (McWherters and Claytons of Tennessee, The Descendants of John McWhorter, et al, 3/15/1993 from Jerry Kennedy, McLean, VA, p. 5); Aaron [db#3769] gave his residence as Colerain township, Lancaster co., PA in deeds recorded in Cumberland co., PA in 1767 and 1774. Both a William McWhorter and a Moses McWhorter, a shoemaker of Chanceford township, York co., PA, are also mentioned in these deeds. Aaron is called 'trader'.3 He married Fanny Agnes Jones circa 1770 at North Carolina.1 Aaron McWhorter lived; Mecklenburg Co NC by time of Rev War.1 Minutes of Mecklenburg Co NC Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1793 Oct session Item 140, overseers of roads appointed. new road fr 3 mile branch to SC line with undernamed hands - . . .Thomas Lackey, George McWhorter, Aaron McWhorter, Stephen Blue, John McWhorter, Moses McWhorter.1 He died between 1797 and 1799 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.1 He Book B, Mecklenburg Co NC Wills, #186, p. 144 (in Ferguson, Mecklenburg Co NC Will Abstracts 1791-1868, p. 36) - Aaron Mcwhorter 26 Feb 1797 probate Jul 1799 court Being sick in body, I will to my wife Fannie, for her natural life, a third of all of my lands lying on the south side of Henry Creek, also the dwelling house I live in and its outbuildings. During her widowhood my wife is to have the sole management, use, and profits of the lands, livestock, plantation tool, household and kitchen furniture for the purpose of supporting and educating my children. But should she marry such of the last mentioned property in being is to be sold and the proceeds equally divided among my wife, my youngest son, and my two youngest daughters. I also leave to my wife a feather bed and bedding, two steers, four cows, and calves. I give to my son Moses that part of my land west of Finlay Ck as he paid 25 pounds toward the purchase of the same from Legett; to my daughter Jennet, wife of James Legett, and to my daugter Elizabeth wife of Aaron Thompson, four dollars each; and to my son Henry Marlin [McWhorter], when he reaches 21, that part of my land on the east side of Finlay Ck subject to his mother's dower. It is my will that such part of my remaiing estate that in the judgment of my executors is not needed for the support of my family is to be sold and the proceeds dividied equally among my wife Fannie, my son Henry Marlin, and my two youngest daughters Fannie and Keziah who are to receive their inheritance when my son reaches 21 and my daughters when they reach 18 or when they marry. Executors: wife Fannie and son Moses. Witness: Mary [x] Gray, Thomas [x] White, John McCorkle. In his will dated and probated in 1799 in Mecklenburg co., NC he names his wife Fanny ? [db#3778] and children. It is said that the original copy of the will at Raleigh is signed with the 'o' in McWhorter crossed out and 'i' inserted. between 26 February 1797 and 10 July 1799 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.4,1 He was member of Guinston Church acc to Register Report for Moses McWhorter 12/20/98 from Lynda T. Veal of Houston, TX.3

Family

Fanny Agnes Jones b. 1752, d. bt 1831 - 1840
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S350] Judy Fowler (e-mail address) Kilgore, March 2004, citing Kathryn McWhorter Martinson (e-mail address), Huntsville, Alabama, family research information, initial research on early McWhorters; and Anna Harman Bowman, Descendants of Moses McWhorter and Related Families, compiled and self-published 1987. Printed in Oklahoma City, OK.
  3. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.
  4. [S265] Alan D. McWhirter, updated 23 Jan 1799.

Hannah ?1

F, b. say 1645, d. between 1691 and 1700
     Hannah ? was born say 1645 at Essex County, Massachusetts. She married William Trask at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, circa 1678.1,2 Her married name was Trask.1 Hannah ? died between 1691 and 1700 at Essex County, Massachusetts.

Family

William Trask b. 19 Jul 1640, d. 30 Jun 1691

Citations

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

Fanny Agnes Jones1,2

F, b. 1752, d. between 1831 and 1840
     Fanny Agnes Jones was born in 1752 at North Carolina.1,2 She married Aaron McWhorter, son of Moses McWHORTER and Margery Marlin, circa 1770 at North Carolina.1 Her married name was McWhorter.1 Fanny Agnes McWhorter was a witness Book B, Mecklenburg Co NC Wills, #186, p. 144 (in Ferguson, Mecklenburg Co NC Will Abstracts 1791-1868, p. 36) - Aaron Mcwhorter 26 Feb 1797 probate Jul 1799 court Being sick in body, I will to my wife Fannie, for her natural life, a third of all of my lands lying on the south side of Henry Creek, also the dwelling house I live in and its outbuildings. During her widowhood my wife is to have the sole management, use, and profits of the lands, livestock, plantation tool, household and kitchen furniture for the purpose of supporting and educating my children. But should she marry such of the last mentioned property in being is to be sold and the proceeds equally divided among my wife, my youngest son, and my two youngest daughters. I also leave to my wife a feather bed and bedding, two steers, four cows, and calves. I give to my son Moses that part of my land west of Finlay Ck as he paid 25 pounds toward the purchase of the same from Legett; to my daughter Jennet, wife of James Legett, and to my daugter Elizabeth wife of Aaron Thompson, four dollars each; and to my son Henry Marlin [McWhorter], when he reaches 21, that part of my land on the east side of Finlay Ck subject to his mother's dower. It is my will that such part of my remaiing estate that in the judgment of my executors is not needed for the support of my family is to be sold and the proceeds dividied equally among my wife Fannie, my son Henry Marlin, and my two youngest daughters Fannie and Keziah who are to receive their inheritance when my son reaches 21 and my daughters when they reach 18 or when they marry. Executors: wife Fannie and son Moses. Witness: Mary [x] Gray, Thomas [x] White, John McCorkle. In his will dated and probated in 1799 in Mecklenburg co., NC he names his wife Fanny ? [db#3778] and children. It is said that the original copy of the will at Raleigh is signed with the 'o' in McWhorter crossed out and 'i' inserted. with Aaron McWhorter between 26 February 1797 and 10 July 1799 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.3,1 Fanny Agnes McWhorter witnessed the will of Henry Marlin McWhorter and Eliza McWhorter on 13 June 1829 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; will of Aaron McWhorter. Will of Henry Marlin McWhorter Book F, Mecklenburg Co NC wills, #549, p. 30 (Ferguson Mecklenburg Co NC Will Abstracts 1791-1868, p. 113) Henry Marlin McWhorter 13 Jun 1829 prob Feb 1830 court Being weak in body I will to my wife Elsie all my person[al] property out of which my debts are to be paid, except a heifer which I give to my sister Jennie; I also will my land to my wife, during her lifetime, but she is to mantain my mother from it, and should my wife die before my mother my executors are to rent out my land for her maintenance. After the death of both my wife and mother, my land is to be sold and the proceeds divided equally among Rufus Wiley [McWhorter] and John Fletcher [McWhorter], son of Moses McWhorter, Martin Thompson, son of Aaron Thompson, and Felden Barnett McWhorter, son of Fanny McWhorter. Sole executor Michael Polk. Wit John A. McCall and Sarah Rape, Jurat.1 Fanny Agnes Jones alive when son Henry wrote his will on 13 June 1829.1 She died between 1831 and 1840 at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.1

Family

Aaron McWhorter b. c 1740, d. bt 1797 - 1799
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Morris/ Parks Family Tree.
  3. [S265] Alan D. McWhirter, updated 23 Jan 1799.

Moses McWhirter1

M, b. 1744, d. 24 January 1832
FatherMoses McWHORTER2 b. c 1700, d. 1756
MotherMargery Marlin2 b. s 1700, d. s 1769
     Moses McWhirter was also known as Moses McWhorter.2 He was born in 1744 at Colerain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; perhaps or Chester County.3,4 Between 1760 and 1774 at Franklin County, Pennsylvania, "lived in Welsh Run, Franklin Co PA on land bought by his wife Elizabeth Ferrier from William Mullicain" (GenConnect BBS Posting Franklin County PA query forum 1/10/1999 from Jesse McWhirter). Register Report for William McWhirter 6/20/2001 from Janet Thompson Schreiber of Burnaby, BC, Canada, says: "Elizabeth Ferrier bought 100 acres of land in Antrim Township from William Mullicain, which later she and her husband William McWhirter sold to Aaron McWhirter "trader." In Aug 1767 Aaron McWhirter, "traider" sold to Moses McWhirter "Shoemaker" who on Aug 1, 1774 sold the same property to William Scott. In 1767 this land was in Peters Township, Cumberland County, PA. It is now in Franklin County PA on Welch Run. Aaron McWhirter was of Colerain Township, Lancaster County, PA, and Moses McWhirter of Chanceford Township, York County, PA.5 He lived; 'moved to Washington Co PA' Glenda M Todd.2 He lived with Aaron McWhorter between 1767 and 1774 at Colerain Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Cumberland Co PA Deeds give his residence as Colerain Township and call him a "trader." Connection with William McWhirter of Davidson Co TN and Moses McWhirter, shoemaker of Chanceford Township, York Co, PA is believed as they too are mentioned in these deeds. Both William and Aaaron had sons with the name of 'Marlin' (McWherters and Claytons of Tennessee, The Descendants of John McWhorter, et al, 3/15/1993 from Jerry Kennedy, McLean, VA, p. 5); Aaron [db#3769] gave his residence as Colerain township, Lancaster co., PA in deeds recorded in Cumberland co., PA in 1767 and 1774. Both a William McWhorter and a Moses McWhorter, a shoemaker of Chanceford township, York co., PA, are also mentioned in these deeds. Aaron is called 'trader'.5 He married Jean Finley at Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, say 1775.2,4 Moses McWhirter was a witness Minutes of Mecklenburg Co NC Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1793 Oct session Item 140, overseers of roads appointed. new road fr 3 mile branch to SC line with undernamed hands - . . .Thomas Lackey, George McWhorter, Aaron McWhorter, Stephen Blue, John McWhorter, Moses McWhorter.2 He died on 24 January 1832 at Washington County, Pennsylvania; Burial: Chartiers Hill Cemetery, Canonsburg, Washington County, PA.2,1 He Moses [db#3770] provides us with many questions. A Moses McWhorter of York co., PA served as a 'Ordl Sgt' in the Revolutionary War. He is also mentioned as 'shoemaker' of Chanceford twp., York co., PA in several deeds. According to one source [see reference #4] Moses had studied law at the University of Glasgow and following the Revolutionary War settled with his wife Jean in Washington co., PA. A Moses is found there as head of family in the 1790 census. Whether this is the son of Moses [db#3677] is quite uncertain although the name 'Moses' is extremely uncommon among McWh*rters and is found almost exclusively among descendants of Moses of Lancaster co., PA.6,2,5

Family

Jean Finley b. 1737, d. 24 Jan 1822
Child

Citations

  1. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Moses McWhirter.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S350] Judy Fowler (e-mail address) Kilgore, March 2004, citing Kathryn McWhorter Martinson (e-mail address), Huntsville, Alabama, family research information, initial research on early McWhorters; and Anna Harman Bowman, Descendants of Moses McWhorter and Related Families, compiled and self-published 1987. Printed in Oklahoma City, OK.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Morris/ Parks Family Tree.
  5. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.
  6. [S265] Alan D. McWhirter, updated 23 Jan 1799.

James McWhorter1

M, b. circa 1745, d. between 1766 and 1835
FatherMoses McWHORTER1 b. c 1700, d. 1756
MotherMargery Marlin1 b. s 1700, d. s 1769
     James McWhorter was born circa 1745 at Pennsylvania.1 He Neither James nor the three daughters are on the list of Glenda McWhorter Todd, although she says, 'Other children of Moses are: a daughter who married a Scott and a daughter who married a Byrd or Boyd. It is thoght that James McWhorter might have also been a son.' James [db#3771] is a mystery as next to nothing is known of him. There is some speculation that he is the James McWhirter who settled in Washington co., TN and had at least two daughters there. McWhorter Register report says that he is "possibly a son of Moses that settled in Washington County TN and had two daughters" (from McWherters and Claytons of Tennessee). Other source referenced by Register Report is "Descendants of Moses McWhorter and Related Families" by Anna Harman Bowman, p. 144.2,3 He died between 1766 and 1835 at Washington County, Tennessee.4

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S265] Alan D. McWhirter, updated 23 Jan 1799.
  3. [S539] Alan McWhirter, "Re: Database inquiry (McWhirter)," e-mail to Gary Rolph, 11 Apr 2004.
  4. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Jonathan Treadway1

M, b. 11 November 1640, d. 28 May 1710
     Jonathan Treadway was born on 11 November 1640 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He married Judith Thurston, daughter of John Thurston and Margaret Buck, on 10 March 1666 at Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 Jonathan Treadway died on 28 May 1710 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 69.2

Family

Judith Thurston b. 17 Mar 1648, d. 12 Oct 1726

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Jonathan Treadway.

Judith Thurston1

F, b. 17 March 1648, d. 12 October 1726
FatherJohn Thurston2 b. 13 Jan 1601, d. 1 Nov 1685
MotherMargaret Buck2 b. Jan 1605, d. 9 May 1662
     Judith Thurston was born on 17 March 1648 at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 She married Jonathan Treadway on 10 March 1666 at Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 Her married name was Treadway.1 Judith Thurston 29 Mar 1648, Dedham, MA, and received into the church.1 She died on 12 October 1726 at Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 78.2

Family

Jonathan Treadway b. 11 Nov 1640, d. 28 May 1710

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Harris Feb 17 2010.

John Treat1

M, b. 1650, d. 1 August 1714
FatherGov Robert Treat1 b. Feb 1623/24, d. 10 Jul 1710
MotherJane Tapp1 b. 14 Feb 1628, d. 31 Oct 1703
     John Treat was born in 1650 at Connecticut.1 He was baptized on 20 October 1650 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. He died on 1 August 1714 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey.2 He settled in Newark, NJ.1

Citations

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

Joseph Treat1

M, b. 17 September 1662, d. 9 August 1721
FatherGov Robert Treat1 b. Feb 1623/24, d. 10 Jul 1710
MotherJane Tapp1 b. 14 Feb 1628, d. 31 Oct 1703
     Joseph Treat was born on 17 September 1662 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.2 He was baptized on 19 September 1662 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. He married Frances Bryan at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, in 1690.2 He witnessed Frances Bryan's death at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, on 21 September 1703. Inscription:
Mrs. Franceas
Treat wife to
Mr. Joseph Treat
Died September
The 21 1703 in
The 36 YER
of Her Age
Burial: Milford Cemetery, Milford, New Haven County, CT USA, oldest part of the Milford Cemetery.3 He married Mrs Elizabeth Merwin at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, on 8 November 1705.4 Joseph Treat died on 9 August 1721 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 58.2 He settled in Milford, CT.1

Family 1

Frances Bryan b. 13 Feb 1667, d. 21 Sep 1703

Family 2

Mrs Elizabeth Merwin b. 10 Jan 1683, d. 10 Jan 1716

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Joseph Treat.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Fanceas Bryan Treat.
  4. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Mrs. Elizabeth Merwin Treat.

Frances Bryan1

F, b. 13 February 1667, d. 21 September 1703
     Frances Bryan was born on 13 February 1667 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; dau of Richard Bryan of.2 She married Joseph Treat at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, in 1690.3 As of 1690,her married name was Treat.2 Frances died on 21 September 1703 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 36. Inscription:
Mrs. Franceas
Treat wife to
Mr. Joseph Treat
Died September
The 21 1703 in
The 36 YER
of Her Age
Burial: Milford Cemetery, Milford, New Haven County, CT USA, oldest part of the Milford Cemetery.2

Family

Joseph Treat b. 17 Sep 1662, d. 9 Aug 1721

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Fanceas Bryan Treat.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Joseph Treat.

Ensign Richard Treat1,2

M, b. September 1623, d. February 1693
FatherRichard Treat1 b. 1584, d. bt 11 Oct 1669 - 3 Mar 1669/70
MotherAlice Gaylard1 b. 1594, d. bt 1671 - 1684
     Ensign Richard Treat was also known as Richard Trott. Ensign Richard Treat was also known as Richard Treat II. He was born in September 1623 at Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, County Somerset, South West Region, England. He was baptized on 9 September 1623 at Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, County Somerset, South West Region, England.2 Richard, Alice, Honor, Joanna, Sarah, Richard, Robert, Elizabeth, Susanna, James and Katharine immigrated, circa 1637. Destination: an unknown place .2 Ensign Richard Treat married Sarah Coleman circa 1661 at Hartford County, Connecticut.2 Ensign Richard Treat died in February 1693 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 69. He father gives full possession and confirmation of the farm of Nayog with all the respective privileges thereto belongiing with 3 of my youngest heifers; will of Richard Treat, printed in Gen Notes or Contributions of the Family History of some of the first settlers of CT and MA, by Nathaniel Goodwin (Hartford CT 1856) listed as eldest son in father's will.1

Family

Sarah Coleman b. s 1640, d. 23 Aug 1734

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Richard Treat Sr.

Gov Robert Treat1

M, b. February 1623/24, d. 10 July 1710
FatherRichard Treat1 b. 1584, d. bt 11 Oct 1669 - 3 Mar 1669/70
MotherAlice Gaylard1 b. 1594, d. bt 1671 - 1684
     Gov Robert Treat was born in February 1623/24 at Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, County Somerset, South West Region, England. He was baptized on 25 February 1623/24 at Pitminster, Taunton Deane Borough, County Somerset, South West Region, England.2,3 He was Governor of Connecticut. Richard, Alice, Honor, Joanna, Sarah, Richard, Robert, Elizabeth, Susanna, James and Katharine immigrated, circa 1637. Destination: an unknown place .3 Gov Robert Treat married Jane Tapp, daughter of Edmund Tapp and Ann Hirtz, on 25 December 1647 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. Gov Robert Treat witnessed the death of Jane Tapp on 31 October 1703 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.4 He married Elizabeth Powell at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, on 24 October 1705.3 Gov Robert Treat died on 10 July 1710 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 86; in his 86th or 89th year.3 He was buried at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; Monument in Milford Burying Ground.1 He Gen Notes or Contributions of the Family History of some of the first settlers of CT and MA, by Nathaniel Goodwin (Hartford CT 1856); settled in Milford, CT; of the New haven Colony, elected assistant 1659, elected assistant of CT colony 1673, one of Sir Edmund Andros' council 1687, gov 1683-1697 (15 yrs); Holmes (I. Annals 504, says he had been governor or deputy governor of CT 2 yrs) rcvd 10 pounds fr father's will; also, together with John Deming given by father in law 'all the rest of my goods and chattels whatsoever, except Mr. Perkin's book which I give to my son John Deming of Wethersfield, CT.1

Family 1

Jane Tapp b. 14 Feb 1628, d. 31 Oct 1703
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Powell b. 16 Jun 1641, d. 10 Jan 1705/6

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S364] John Harvey Treat, Treat Family 1893.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Richard Treat Sr.
  4. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Jane Tapp Treat.

Jane Tapp1

F, b. 14 February 1628, d. 31 October 1703
FatherEdmund Tapp1 b. c 30 Jan 1578, d. 26 Apr 1653
MotherAnn Hirtz b. 1583, d. Aug 1673
     Jane Tapp was born on 14 February 1628 at Benington, East Herfordshire District, County Herfordshire, England; of Milford, CT; only daughter of Edmund Tapp, Esq.1,2 She married Gov Robert Treat, son of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard, on 25 December 1647 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. Her married name was Treat.1 Jane Tapp died on 31 October 1703 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 75.2

Family

Gov Robert Treat b. Feb 1623/24, d. 10 Jul 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Jane Tapp Treat.

Robert Treat1

M, b. 14 August 1654, d. 20 March 1719
FatherGov Robert Treat1 b. Feb 1623/24, d. 10 Jul 1710
MotherJane Tapp1 b. 14 Feb 1628, d. 31 Oct 1703
     Robert Treat was born on 14 August 1654 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. He was baptized on 20 August 1654 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. He died on 20 March 1719 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 64. He settled in Milford, CT.1

Citations

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

Abigail Willard1

F, b. 5 July 1665, d. 27 December 1746
FatherRev Samuel Willard1 b. 31 Jan 1639, d. 12 Sep 1707
MotherAbigail Sherman2 b. 3 Feb 1645, d. bt 1679 - 1685
     Abigail Willard was also known as Abigail Esterbrook. She was born on 5 July 1665 at Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; widow of Rev. Benjamin Estabrook.1,3 As of 29 November 1694,her married name was Estabrook.4 As of 29 November 1694,her married name was Easterbrook.4 She married Rev Benjamin Estabrook at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 29 November 1694.4 She witnessed Rev Benjamin Estabrook's death at Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in July 1697.4,5 As of 29 August 1700,her married name was Treat.1,3 She married Samuel Treat at Massachusetts on 29 August 1700.1,3 Abigail Willard died on 27 December 1746 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 81.3

Family 1

Rev Benjamin Estabrook b. 6 May 1669, d. Jul 1697

Family 2

Samuel Treat b. 1648, d. 18 Mar 1717
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Samuel Willard in the Massachusetts Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, TJFamily.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Benjamin Easterbrook in the Massachusetts Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988.
  5. [S1310] Cape Cod Gene, online capecodgenes.com.

Joseph Treece1

M, b. 2 August 1832, d. 24 October 1911
     Joseph Treece was born on 2 August 1832 at Anna, Union County, Illinois; "He was born 2 Aug 1832 in Anna, Union Co, IL. He was the son of Alexander Treece and Catherine Hartline."2 He married Margaret Ann Lingle at Union County, Illinois, on 15 December 1859.2 Joseph Treece In 1867 Joseph built a flour mill in Anna, UCI, west of the Illinois Central railroad tracks. He also ran a livery stable. CHILDREN as listed in 1870 census. [Konrad Dillow], Descendants of Michael Hartman Dillow: A History of the North Carolina Dillow Line [n.p; n.d.]., part II, pg 3.1 He died on 24 October 1911 at Anna, Union County, Illinois, at age 79; "Joseph died 24 Oct 1911 in Anna, Union Co, and was buried 26 Oct 1911 in Casper Cem., Anna, Union Co."2

Family

Margaret Ann Lingle b. 19 Jan 1840, d. 25 Sep 1891
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 71.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Etta Catherine Plemon in the Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947.

Margaret Ann Lingle1

F, b. 19 January 1840, d. 25 September 1891
FatherAlexander Wilson Lingle2 b. 2 Jan 1810, d. 4 Aug 1893
MotherLeah Dillow2 b. 26 Jul 1816, d. 7 Mar 1898
     Margaret Ann Lingle was born on 19 January 1840 at Cobden, Union County, Illinois; "Margaret Ann Lingle was born 19 Jan 1840 in Cobden, Union Co IL."1 She married Joseph Treece at Union County, Illinois, on 15 December 1859.1 Her married name was Treece.2 Margaret Ann Lingle died on 25 September 1891 at Anna, Union County, Illinois, at age 51; "Margaret died 25 Sep 1891 in Anna, Union Co IL and was buried in Casper Cem, Anna, Union Co IL."1

Family

Joseph Treece b. 2 Aug 1832, d. 24 Oct 1911
Child

Citations

  1. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, Vol 1 (Michael) p. 71.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Etta Catherine Plemon in the Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947.

husband Treese1

M, b. circa 1780, d. between 1826 and 1860
     Husband Treese was born circa 1780 at North Carolina. He married Catherine Dillow at Illinois circa 1825.2 Husband Treese died between 1826 and 1860 at Illinois. He Equity Court, 1869, says removed to 'western country' (see Catherine's brother Jacob's will) in 1869.1

Family

Catherine Dillow b. c 1781, d. bt 1830 - 1869

Citations

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

Catherine Dillow1

F, b. circa 1781, d. between 1830 and 1869
FatherMichael Dillow1 b. c 1755, d. c 1805
Motherwife ?1 b. s 1755, d. bt 1799 - 1801
     Catherine Dillow was born circa 1781 at Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina.1 She was single in 1822.1 wife, Mary, Catherine and Susan was probably a free white female in Michael Dillow's household on the 1790 Census at Rowan County, North Carolina; Michael Dillo 1 2 4 (1 male 16+, 2 males 16-, 4 females); on page 13 of 27, about 10 pages before his brother Jacob and father Michael. Michael would be the 1 male 16+, Jacob and Michael the males 16-, and wife Michael, daughters Mary, Catherine, and Susan as the 4 females.2 Jacob Dillow mentioned Catherine Dillow in a will on 8 March 1822 at Rowan County, North Carolina; "The composition of Michael's family came entirely from the last will and testament of his oldest son Jacob written on 8 Mar 1822. Jacob's will names his brothers and sisters as being Michael, John, Mary, Susan and Catherine. .The Jacob Dillow who purchased town property in Salisbury on August 31, 1809 made his will on March 8, 1822. "I, Jacob Dillow, of the town of Salisbury in Rowan County and State of NC (house carpenter) being of sound and perfect mind and memory, do make this my last will & testament as follows to wit-- I give to my wife Catherine Dillow all my estate real & personal during her life or widowhood but at her marriage or death, the whole of my estate to be sold, real & personal, and then to be divided as follows-- I will and bequeath one hundred dollars to Addison Allen Blackwell, son of Benjamin Blackwell--I give & bequeath to my sister Mary Dillow's two children Michael & Amy one hundred dollars and the balance of my estate to be divided equally between all my Brothers and Sisters (viz) Michael, John, Mary and Susan and Catherine. It is further my will that my wife have the use of all my Estate during her life or widowhood but is not to sell any of my real estate, nor make any unnecessary (sic) use of my personal estate but to live on it decently -- I also give & bequeath to Christy Blackwell, daughter of Benjamin Blackwell fifty dollars-- Lastly, I request my Executor to be hereafter mentioned to sell my tools on credit of three months -- I appoint my friend & factor Stephen S. Ferrand sole executor to this my last will & testament and do authorize & direct him to collect all debts due and owing to me, so soon after my death as possible and to pay all the just debts that I owe-- then my Executor to sell as much of my propery real and personal as will satisfy the debts-- and I do hereby authorize & request my Executor to Execute every part of this my last will & testament. In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day March 1822-- Signed in the presence of Frank Earnhart (initialed) Jacob Dillow SEAL his x mark John Shuman (initialed).3 She married husband Treese at Illinois circa 1825.4 Her married name was Treese.1 Catherine Dillow died between 1830 and 1869 at Illinois; 'western country' (Jacob's wife's will.)4

Family

husband Treese b. c 1780, d. bt 1826 - 1860

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com, 1790 United States Federal Census
    about Michael Dillo
    Name:
    Michael Dillo

    County:
    Rowan

    State:
    North Carolina.
  3. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, p. 2.
  4. [S844] Paul Dean Dillow, Dillow Family, p. 3.

? Trotter1

M, b. circa 1710
     ? Trotter was born circa 1710. He married Mary Vassall, daughter of Asser Vassall and Mary Spencer, circa 1730.1

Family

Mary Vassall b. 1 Jan 1708

Citations

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

Mary Vassall1

F, b. 1 January 1708
FatherAsser Vassall1 b. c 1680, d. 23 Mar 1723
MotherMary Spencer1 b. c 1680
     Mary Vassall was born on 1 January 1708.1 She married ? Trotter circa 1730.1 Her married name was Trotter.1

Family

? Trotter b. c 1710

Citations

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

Rev. Charles Tucker1

M, b. 1809, d. 18 September 1850
     Rev. Charles Tucker was born in 1809 at Pennsylvania.2 He lived; Pa.1 He was Baptist?1 He married Margery Gregg at Pennsylvania say 1835.1,2 Rev. Charles Tucker died on 18 September 1850 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.2

Family

Margery Gregg b. 14 Sep 1811, d. 12 Oct 1888
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Rev Charles Tucker.

Margery Gregg1

F, b. 14 September 1811, d. 12 October 1888
     Margery Gregg was born on 14 September 1811 at Pennsylvania.2 Her married name was Tucker.1 She lived; Pa.1 She was Baptist?1 She married Rev. Charles Tucker at Pennsylvania say 1835.1,3 Margery Gregg died on 12 October 1888 at Union County, Pennsylvania, at age 77.2

Family

Rev. Charles Tucker b. 1809, d. 18 Sep 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Margery Gregg Tucker.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Rev Charles Tucker.

Joseph Tucker1

M, b. 1761, d. 19 January 1827
     Joseph Tucker was born in 1761 at Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.2 He married Margaret ? at Frederick County, Virginia, in 1789.1,2 Joseph Tucker died on 19 January 1827 at Washington County, Tennessee.2

Family

Margaret ? b. 14 Aug 1757, d. 1830
Child

Citations

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

Margaret ?1

F, b. 14 August 1757, d. 1830
     Margaret ? was born on 14 August 1757 at Colora, Cecil County, Maryland.2 Her married name was Tucker.1 She married Joseph Tucker at Frederick County, Virginia, in 1789.1,2 Margaret ? died in 1830 at Washington County, Tennessee.2

Family

Joseph Tucker b. 1761, d. 19 Jan 1827
Child

Citations

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