Albert H Bemis1,2

M, b. 12 September 1834, d. 2 June 1918
FatherElijah Jacob Bemis1 b. 28 Feb 1800, d. 29 Jun 1869
MotherHannah Ripley Spaulding1,2 b. 8 Feb 1805, d. 9 Sep 1845
     Albert H Bemis was born on 12 September 1834 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.1,2 He married Harriet Augusta Payne at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont, on 16 September 1860.2 Albert H Bemis died on 2 June 1918 at Seward, Seward County, Nebraska, at age 83.2

Family

Harriet Augusta Payne b. 14 Mar 1835, d. 29 Apr 1918

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Elijah Bennis Age: 50 Estimated birth year: abt 1800 Birth place: Vermont Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Cavendish, Windsor, Vermont.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Bemis Clarke.

Alvira Evelina "Eva" Louise Bemis1,2

F, b. 1 May 1838, d. 12 December 1901
FatherElijah Jacob Bemis1 b. 28 Feb 1800, d. 29 Jun 1869
MotherHannah Ripley Spaulding1,2 b. 8 Feb 1805, d. 9 Sep 1845
     Alvira Evelina "Eva" Louise Bemis was born on 1 May 1838 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.1,2 As of 29 October 1866,her married name was Davis.2 She married Sumner B Davis on 29 October 1866 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.2 Alvira Evelina "Eva" Louise Bemis died on 12 December 1901 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont, at age 63.2

Family

Sumner B Davis b. 28 Jan 1846, d. 1877

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Elijah Bennis Age: 50 Estimated birth year: abt 1800 Birth place: Vermont Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Cavendish, Windsor, Vermont.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Bemis Clarke.

Pauline Bemis1

F, b. 14 September 1841, d. 16 April 1878
FatherElijah Jacob Bemis2 b. 28 Feb 1800, d. 29 Jun 1869
MotherHannah Ripley Spaulding2,1 b. 8 Feb 1805, d. 9 Sep 1845
     Pauline Bemis was also known as Poliney Bemis.2 She was born on 14 September 1841 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.2,1 As of 26 January 1864,her married name was Ingleston.3 She married William H Ingleston on 26 January 1864 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.3 She witnessed William H Ingleston's death at Vermont say 1867.3 As of 5 January 1868,her married name was Piper.3 Pauline Bemis married George Haywood Piper on 5 January 1868 at Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont.3 Pauline Bemis died on 16 April 1878 at North Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont, at age 36.1

Family 1

William H Ingleston b. s 1840, d. s 1867

Family 2

George Haywood Piper b. 13 Jan 1841, d. 6 Apr 1936

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Bemis Clarke.
  2. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Elijah Bennis Age: 50 Estimated birth year: abt 1800 Birth place: Vermont Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Cavendish, Windsor, Vermont.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Burkinshaw Family Tree.

Elizabeth H Putnam1

F, b. 1843, d. between 1861 and 1870
FatherAbel Putnam1 b. 16 Mar 1819, d. 2 Sep 1904
MotherHannah P. Harris1 b. 22 Sep 1822, d. 29 Jul 1888
     Elizabeth H Putnam was born in 1843 at Vermont.1 Hannah, Elizabeth and Abel was listed as a household member living with Abel Putnam on the 1850 Census at Londonderry, Windham County, Vermont; 32 32 Abel Putman [sic] Jr. 31 [21 in index]male miller 500 VT; Hannah P. 27 female Ohio; Elizabeth H 7 [or 2] female Vermont; Abel 5 male VT attending school.1 Elizabeth H Putnam died between 1861 and 1870 at Windham County, Vermont.2

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Abel Putman Age: 21 Estimated birth year: abt 1829 Birth place: Vermont Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Londonderry, Windham, Vermont.
  2. [S66] 1860 census, online www.ancestry.com, Elizabeth Putnam.

Abel Adelbert Putnam1,2

M, b. 14 July 1845, d. between 1911 and 1920
FatherAbel Putnam1 b. 16 Mar 1819, d. 2 Sep 1904
MotherHannah P. Harris1 b. 22 Sep 1822, d. 29 Jul 1888
     Abel Adelbert Putnam was born on 14 July 1845 at Windham, Windham County, Vermont.1,2 Hannah, Elizabeth and Abel was listed as a household member living with Abel Putnam on the 1850 Census at Londonderry, Windham County, Vermont; 32 32 Abel Putman [sic] Jr. 31 [21 in index]male miller 500 VT; Hannah P. 27 female Ohio; Elizabeth H 7 [or 2] female Vermont; Abel 5 male VT attending school.1 Abel Adelbert Putnam married Abbie Anna Dudley on 3 April 1867 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Abel Adelbert Putnam died between 1911 and 1920 at Lake County, Illinois; she is widowed 1920 census.3

Family

Abbie Anna Dudley b. 27 Dec 1849, d. 5 Sep 1938

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Abel Putman Age: 21 Estimated birth year: abt 1829 Birth place: Vermont Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Londonderry, Windham, Vermont.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Rowe-Bowie-Robertson.
  3. [S52] 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc 2010, January 1920 Internet Resources Available on line.

Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin1

M, b. circa 1805, d. 1846
     Notes for MURCHERTACH (MURTY) LOUGHLEN:
Letter from Beatrice Conklin Allegany, N.Y. Aril 29,1982.
Dear Steve Guy,- It is very refreshing to learn there are really some relatives who are interested in our ancestry. 1 spent a good deal of time on it about ten years ago and have neglected it since then. However, I think I know the Mildred Loughlen, (Forest's wife who lives in Portageville, N.Y.) Forest is Michael Loughlen's second wife's son. I have talked to him but he knew practically nothing about Michael's early days. Also I think the Iva Loughlen,(your grandmother you spoke of) is the Iva I met in Washington, D.C. some years ago. Was she a pianist? And was her husband an engineer the manager then of the Engineer's Club in Washington, D.C?

Anyway I can see you are the descendant of Burdette a son of Michael. I do not know the names of all of Michael's first family but can easily get it from Mildred if she is still alive. I have written to her but so far have not heard from her. But I know you are interested in the Irish family that came from Ireland. In 1846 the family left Ennystymon Ireland on a sailing vessel for America. They consisted of the father Murty (for Murchertach and old Irish name) Jane, the mother, Michael 16, Peter (my grandfather) Ellen 8years Susan and Nancy six and four I believe. Peter was 12 years old I might add. The father Murty is said to have been buried at sea and Jane the mother died soon after landing. This was not unusual as the voyage was long on poor vessels and the food would give out and I have read that the parents gave the food to the children. These were distressing days. At the pier people gathered to adopt the homeless children and the Loughlen family had the good luck to be taken by a Rolfe family who had only one child, a daughter. I see you have her name Lucy.

Even though we had our grandfather Peter to learn more about his early times no one ever gleaned anything more from him except that he knew nothing of Ireland but poverty and starvation and really seemed very reluctant to talk about it. he said all they had to eat was potatoes and sour milk. I used to talk with him when a small child and he would sing Irish songs about the cucoo and the blackbird. Incidentally, I have heard the blackbird in Ireland and it is really a songbird. Now you have Michaels birthdate wrong. Peter's was 1833 and Michael's was 1830.
My uncle Dr. Thomas Bernard Loughlen, (Peter had two sons medical doctors) went to a convention in Paris when he was a young man and he made a quick trip over to Ireland to Ennystymon and got Peter's birthdate from the Church there from a Fr. Sheehan. But he did not inquire about any of the others or perhaps he could not get it. Grandpa had told him where to go and to look at the new church in Cluona which was just outside Ennystymon and was close to where the Loughlens lived. Peter said it was being built the year they left. And sure enough when I was there in 1963 I saw the brass plate on the church. It read " Built in 1846, the year of the famine." So you see they at least started out in 1846. Peter also told Dr. Tom to look for Fanny O'Day's Place and to have a flip. And Dr. Tom left a note saying he did. I have this note. If you have read any of the books about the famine you know these days must have been unbelievable.

Now the sad part comes as the little family became separated and that is why we know so little about each other. The Rolfes were protestant and they wanted to bring the children up in their belief. Michael accepted it and eventually married Lucy Rolfe. Peter did not and the story goes that one Saturday when carrying water he decided he did not want to go to the Rolfe's church the next day and he ran away. He returned later and got Ellen at night. These two retained their Catholic religion they brought from Ireland ( Ireland was 99% Catholic). Peter never had anything but praise for the Rolfes and often spoke of mother Rolfe's large loaves of bread. They were good people to take the little family but of course many took the children to work on their farms. It is all very sad.
Peter returned many times to Michael when he was married and tried to have him return to his religion. Mildred Loughlen or I think it was Forest who said that Michael would say when Peter came-" Now if you have come to talk religion you can go."
These were the Penal Days in Ireland when a Roman Catholic was stripped of his land and could not go to school unless he became a Member of the Church of England or as the English called it "Converted from Popery". I have seen records of those who retained their land by going over to the English. That started the Irish to have the so called "Hedge schools". No Catholic could hold public office until the time of Daniel O'Connell who became educated in France and then was elected a member of the Parliament. His Uncle Morgan O'Connell was a smuggler and had the money to send Daniel to France. Irish could not export their wool so there were evidently smugglers who carried on the trade from caves, I have read.
Now I have been twice to Ireland once in 1958 and then 1963 when Kennedy was visiting there. I have looked up records in Dublin Castle and in the Library of Congress when I lived there. There is a book in the library of Congress, the only one in the United States (A very scarce volume which tells about what happened in the County Clare
It is called "The History and Topography of the County Clare. In that book is the proof of the importance of the O'Loughlen family in old Ireland-they owned half of western Ireland and had 22 castles. The O'Connors owned the other half with as many castles. Roderick O'Connor was the last king of all Ireland he was divested of his kingdom by Henry VIII who nevertheless would never imprison him. By the end of Elizabeth I reign they had lost everything-Owney O'Loughlen was hung outside his castle of Glinn. Then of course came Cromwell who I have heard the British say even the English did not like him. He gave the Irish estates to Dutch followers.
If you want an argument for preparedness for war-Ireland was a good example. They had no cannon only battle-axes -it is said that only one cannon conquered eastern Ireland. Irish leaders had their own poet, their barrister or brehon each in his own castle. I have a list of the castles owned by The O'Loughlen and location. Ballyvaughan was the Chiefs castle. Its ruins are still there.     

I am just tearing this off so you will have to excuse the mistakes. From your letter you will welcome any information. I heard from Forest's wife yesterday. o:he has been in the hospital but will return to Wiscoy, the old home of your grand or great, great grandfather. In the meantime I have found her note to me about Susan and Nancy but I still do not know the names of all of Michael's children - however she will certainly know them and she will write me after the 21st of May. I can recall three names-Robert, Elmer and Burdette. I heard my mother mention these but she didn't know them. You see by Mildred's note that Nancy called one of her sons Elmer. It is all very interesting. I didn't do much research on Michael's family I concentrated on Ireland.
Perhaps you are not interested in the Ireland part. Let me know. 1y niece Marion Horey, is married to the Surrogate of the County and he ha- a Xerox in his office. She could have some of these papers done. Let me tell you there is no one left who has as much as I have and I really should have gotten it together long ago.
I am going to close now and will send you Mildred's letter later on.
Sincerely,

Beatrice Conklin.

Pc.. After spending much time in Dublin Castle and in records in Dublin
I was able to find no trace of the family (immediate) that Murty came from. Basil O'Connell of the Genealogical Bureau in Dublin Castle said that it could be done but that it would take an American task force and a lot of money but most of all time. The people went underground in the Venal Times. I have never known anyone who could go beyond 1820. There might be families that hid their records but even a deed to property meant nothing.

10/17/2005 e-mail from Nita Mc Guinness [mcguin@eircom.net] .........From an Ireland census a book, a page with the heading "Occupiers of land in the Parish of Clooney (Corcomroe) on 4th January 1834" contained the foolowing entry, O'Loghlin / Murty / Keilkille / Clooney (Corcomroe.)1 Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin was born circa 1805 at Ireland.1 He married Jane ? at Ireland circa 1829.1 Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin died in 1846 at New York; at sea while crossng to America.1

Family

Jane ? b. c 1810, d. 1846
Child

Citations

  1. [S758] Descendants of Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin sent by email to Gary Rolph October 2005, by Steve Guy,.

Jane ?1

F, b. circa 1810, d. 1846
     Notes for MURCHERTACH (MURTY) LOUGHLEN:
Letter from Beatrice Conklin Allegany, N.Y. Aril 29,1982.
Dear Steve Guy,- It is very refreshing to learn there are really some relatives who are interested in our ancestry. 1 spent a good deal of time on it about ten years ago and have neglected it since then. However, I think I know the Mildred Loughlen, (Forest's wife who lives in Portageville, N.Y.) Forest is Michael Loughlen's second wife's son. I have talked to him but he knew practically nothing about Michael's early days. Also I think the Iva Loughlen,(your grandmother you spoke of) is the Iva I met in Washington, D.C. some years ago. Was she a pianist? And was her husband an engineer the manager then of the Engineer's Club in Washington, D.C?

Anyway I can see you are the descendant of Burdette a son of Michael. I do not know the names of all of Michael's first family but can easily get it from Mildred if she is still alive. I have written to her but so far have not heard from her. But I know you are interested in the Irish family that came from Ireland. In 1846 the family left Ennystymon Ireland on a sailing vessel for America. They consisted of the father Murty (for Murchertach and old Irish name) Jane, the mother, Michael 16, Peter (my grandfather) Ellen 8years Susan and Nancy six and four I believe. Peter was 12 years old I might add. The father Murty is said to have been buried at sea and Jane the mother died soon after landing. This was not unusual as the voyage was long on poor vessels and the food would give out and I have read that the parents gave the food to the children. These were distressing days. At the pier people gathered to adopt the homeless children and the Loughlen family had the good luck to be taken by a Rolfe family who had only one child, a daughter. I see you have her name Lucy.

Even though we had our grandfather Peter to learn more about his early times no one ever gleaned anything more from him except that he knew nothing of Ireland but poverty and starvation and really seemed very reluctant to talk about it. he said all they had to eat was potatoes and sour milk. I used to talk with him when a small child and he would sing Irish songs about the cucoo and the blackbird. Incidentally, I have heard the blackbird in Ireland and it is really a songbird. Now you have Michaels birthdate wrong. Peter's was 1833 and Michael's was 1830.
My uncle Dr. Thomas Bernard Loughlen, (Peter had two sons medical doctors) went to a convention in Paris when he was a young man and he made a quick trip over to Ireland to Ennystymon and got Peter's birthdate from the Church there from a Fr. Sheehan. But he did not inquire about any of the others or perhaps he could not get it. Grandpa had told him where to go and to look at the new church in Cluona which was just outside Ennystymon and was close to where the Loughlens lived. Peter said it was being built the year they left. And sure enough when I was there in 1963 I saw the brass plate on the church. It read " Built in 1846, the year of the famine." So you see they at least started out in 1846. Peter also told Dr. Tom to look for Fanny O'Day's Place and to have a flip. And Dr. Tom left a note saying he did. I have this note. If you have read any of the books about the famine you know these days must have been unbelievable.

Now the sad part comes as the little family became separated and that is why we know so little about each other. The Rolfes were protestant and they wanted to bring the children up in their belief. Michael accepted it and eventually married Lucy Rolfe. Peter did not and the story goes that one Saturday when carrying water he decided he did not want to go to the Rolfe's church the next day and he ran away. He returned later and got Ellen at night. These two retained their Catholic religion they brought from Ireland ( Ireland was 99% Catholic). Peter never had anything but praise for the Rolfes and often spoke of mother Rolfe's large loaves of bread. They were good people to take the little family but of course many took the children to work on their farms. It is all very sad.
Peter returned many times to Michael when he was married and tried to have him return to his religion. Mildred Loughlen or I think it was Forest who said that Michael would say when Peter came-" Now if you have come to talk religion you can go."
These were the Penal Days in Ireland when a Roman Catholic was stripped of his land and could not go to school unless he became a Member of the Church of England or as the English called it "Converted from Popery". I have seen records of those who retained their land by going over to the English. That started the Irish to have the so called "Hedge schools". No Catholic could hold public office until the time of Daniel O'Connell who became educated in France and then was elected a member of the Parliament. His Uncle Morgan O'Connell was a smuggler and had the money to send Daniel to France. Irish could not export their wool so there were evidently smugglers who carried on the trade from caves, I have read.
Now I have been twice to Ireland once in 1958 and then 1963 when Kennedy was visiting there. I have looked up records in Dublin Castle and in the Library of Congress when I lived there. There is a book in the library of Congress, the only one in the United States (A very scarce volume which tells about what happened in the County Clare
It is called "The History and Topography of the County Clare. In that book is the proof of the importance of the O'Loughlen family in old Ireland-they owned half of western Ireland and had 22 castles. The O'Connors owned the other half with as many castles. Roderick O'Connor was the last king of all Ireland he was divested of his kingdom by Henry VIII who nevertheless would never imprison him. By the end of Elizabeth I reign they had lost everything-Owney O'Loughlen was hung outside his castle of Glinn. Then of course came Cromwell who I have heard the British say even the English did not like him. He gave the Irish estates to Dutch followers.
If you want an argument for preparedness for war-Ireland was a good example. They had no cannon only battle-axes -it is said that only one cannon conquered eastern Ireland. Irish leaders had their own poet, their barrister or brehon each in his own castle. I have a list of the castles owned by The O'Loughlen and location. Ballyvaughan was the Chiefs castle. Its ruins are still there.     

I am just tearing this off so you will have to excuse the mistakes. From your letter you will welcome any information. I heard from Forest's wife yesterday. o:he has been in the hospital but will return to Wiscoy, the old home of your grand or great, great grandfather. In the meantime I have found her note to me about Susan and Nancy but I still do not know the names of all of Michael's children - however she will certainly know them and she will write me after the 21st of May. I can recall three names-Robert, Elmer and Burdette. I heard my mother mention these but she didn't know them. You see by Mildred's note that Nancy called one of her sons Elmer. It is all very interesting. I didn't do much research on Michael's family I concentrated on Ireland.
Perhaps you are not interested in the Ireland part. Let me know. 1y niece Marion Horey, is married to the Surrogate of the County and he ha- a Xerox in his office. She could have some of these papers done. Let me tell you there is no one left who has as much as I have and I really should have gotten it together long ago.
I am going to close now and will send you Mildred's letter later on.
Sincerely,

Beatrice Conklin.

Pc.. After spending much time in Dublin Castle and in records in Dublin
I was able to find no trace of the family (immediate) that Murty came from. Basil O'Connell of the Genealogical Bureau in Dublin Castle said that it could be done but that it would take an American task force and a lot of money but most of all time. The people went underground in the Venal Times. I have never known anyone who could go beyond 1820. There might be families that hid their records but even a deed to property meant nothing.

10/17/2005 e-mail from Nita Mc Guinness [mcguin@eircom.net] .........From an Ireland census a book, a page with the heading "Occupiers of land in the Parish of Clooney (Corcomroe) on 4th January 1834" contained the foolowing entry, O'Loghlin / Murty / Keilkille / Clooney (Corcomroe.)1 Jane ? was born circa 1810 at Ireland.1 She married Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin at Ireland circa 1829.1 As of circa 1829,her married name was Loughlin.1 Jane ? died in 1846 at New York, Ireland; soon after landing in United States.1

Family

Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin b. c 1805, d. 1846
Child

Citations

  1. [S758] Descendants of Murchertach (Murty) Loughlin sent by email to Gary Rolph October 2005, by Steve Guy,.

Catherine Deal1

F, b. 4 May 1804, d. between 1838 and 1844
     Catherine Deal was born on 4 May 1804 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 As of 7 June 1830,her married name was Blackwelder.1 She married Hiram Blackwelder, son of Daniel Blackwelder and Maria Frank, on 7 June 1830 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 Catherine Deal died between 1838 and 1844 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.2

Family

Hiram Blackwelder b. 22 Dec 1801, d. 14 Aug 1866

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S1107] Blackwelder Daniel descendants, online arslanmb.org/blackwelder/Descendants-58.pdf.

Susannah Deal1,2

F, b. 29 September 1810, d. 29 March 1869
     Susannah Deal was born on 29 September 1810 at China Grove, Rowan County, North Carolina.1 She married Hiram Blackwelder at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, circa 2 February 1844.1,2 As of 2 February 1844,her married name was Blackwelder.1 Susannah Deal died on 29 March 1869 at Rowan County, North Carolina, at age 58.1

Family

Hiram Blackwelder b. 22 Dec 1801, d. 14 Aug 1866

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S1107] Blackwelder Daniel descendants, online arslanmb.org/blackwelder/Descendants-58.pdf.

Martha Ridenhour1

F, b. 27 March 1816, d. 22 May 1878
     Martha Ridenhour was born on 27 March 1816 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 As of 18 February 1836,her married name was Blackwelder.1 She married Allen Monroe Blackwelder, son of Daniel Blackwelder and Maria Frank, on 18 February 1836 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 Martha was listed as a household member living with Allen Monroe Blackwelder on the 1850 Census at Ridenhours District No 4, Stanly County, North Carolina; 399 400 Allen Blackwelder 39 male farmer 800 NC; Martha 34 female NC; Daniel E 13 male NC attending school; Mary E 11 female NC attendng school; Margaret E 7 female NC attendng school; Lydia 1 female NC
Wiley Blackwelder neighbor.2 Martha Ridenhour died on 22 May 1878 at Davie County, North Carolina, at age 62.1

Family

Allen Monroe Blackwelder b. 11 Sep 1811, d. 28 Oct 1872

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Wiley Blackwelder Age: 32 Estimated birth year: abt 1818 Birth place: North Carolina Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Ridenhours, Stanly, North Carolina.

Elizabeth Fisher1

F, b. 10 March 1818, d. 16 December 1880
     Elizabeth Fisher was born on 10 March 1818 at Stanly County, North Carolina; then Montgomery County.1,2 She married Edmund Wiley Blackwelder at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, on 26 September 1846.1,3,2 As of 26 September 1846,her married name was Blackwelder.1 Elizabeth was listed as a household member living with Edmund Wiley Blackwelder on the 1850 Census at Ridenhours District No 4, Stanly County, North Carolina; 400 401 Wiley Blackwelder 32 male laborer NC; Elizabeth 31 NC cannot read/ write; Mary C. 9 female NC attendng school; Julia A 8 female NC attending school; * [lower down * John S Blackwelder 8 male NC attending school] Margaret J 5 female NC; William S 3 male NC; Paul H 2 male NC;
George Meisenheimer neighbor.4 Elizabeth Fisher died on 16 December 1880 at Stanly County, North Carolina, at age 62.1,2

Family

Edmund Wiley Blackwelder b. 20 Oct 1818, d. 25 Mar 1871

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Johan Philip Cruse family tree.
  3. [S1107] Blackwelder Daniel descendants, online arslanmb.org/blackwelder/Descendants-58.pdf.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Wiley Blackwelder Age: 32 Estimated birth year: abt 1818 Birth place: North Carolina Gender: Male Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Ridenhours, Stanly, North Carolina.

Adam M Cruse1

M, b. 19 May 1819, d. 29 April 1886
FatherJacob A. Cruse1 b. 5 May 1792, d. 28 Jun 1868
MotherSarah "Sally" Hartman1 b. 6 Oct 1799, d. Nov 1852
     Adam M Cruse was Blacksmith and Farmer.2 He was born on 19 May 1819 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1,3,2 He was baptized at Organ Lutheran Church, Rowan County, North Carolina.2 He married Catherine Troutman at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, on 17 May 1845.1,2 Adam was listed as a neighbor of Michael Brown on the 1850 Census at School District No 24, Rowan County, North Carolina. 1463 1474 Michael Brown 24 male farmer 250 NC cannot read/ write
Creasa Brwn 22 female NC cannot read write.4 Adam was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at School District No 24, Rowan County, North Carolina. 1464 1475 Adam Cruse 31 male farmer NC
Catherine Cruse 22 female NC
William J.A " 4 male NC
Jacob M.E 1 male NC.4 He "Wounded at Malvern Hill VA 1 Jul 1862. Accounted for through Feb 1865. Captured at Amelia Court House VA 5 Apr 1865 and confined at Point Lookout MD until released after taking oathof Allegiance 24 Jun 1865." Cruse Descendants.2 He died on 29 April 1866 at Rowan County, North Carolina, at age 46.1 He died on 29 April 1886 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, at age 66; "buried in St Stephens Lutheran Church, Cabarrus County, NC. Tombstone at extreme rear corner of cemetery at St Stephen Lutheran Church reads;
Adam Crue
Born
May 19 1819
Died
Apr 28 1886
Aged 65 yrs
9 mos 10 days.2

Family

Catherine Troutman b. 6 Sep 1827, d. 20 May 1911

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S1293] Bernard William Cruse, Cruse Descendants 1985, Vol 1 page 54/485.
  3. [S1293] Bernard William Cruse, Cruse Descendants 1985, Vol 1, p 22/485.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Census for Michael Shuping.

Catherine Troutman1

F, b. 6 September 1827, d. 20 May 1911
     Catherine Troutman was born on 6 September 1827 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; "dau of Johann Heinrich Troutman and Elizabeth Isenhour" Cruse Descendants.2,3 She was born on 26 September 1827 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.1 She was baptized on 5 November 1827 at Organ Lutheran Church, Rowan County, North Carolina.3 She married Adam M Cruse at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, on 17 May 1845.1,3 As of 17 May 1845,her married name was Cruse.1 Catherine Troutman married Adam Cruse, son of Philip Cruse and Elizabeth Bruner, on 17 May 1845 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina.2 Catherine was listed as a household member living with Adam M Cruse on the 1850 Census at School District No 24, Rowan County, North Carolina; 1464 1475 Adam Cruse 31 male farmer NC
Catherine Cruse 22 female NC
William J.A " 4 male NC
Jacob M.E 1 male NC.4 Catherine Troutman died on 20 May 1911 at Rowan County, North Carolina, at age 83; "buried in St Stephens Lutheran Church, Cabarrus County, NC. Tombstone at extreme rear corner of cemetery at St Stephen Lutheran Church reads;
Catherine
wife of
Adam Cruse
born
Sep 6 1837 [sic]
died
May 20 1911
Aged 83 years
8 mos 14 ys.1,3

Family

Adam M Cruse b. 19 May 1819, d. 29 Apr 1886

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Johann Philip Cruse Family Tree.
  3. [S1293] Bernard William Cruse, Cruse Descendants 1985, Vol 1 page 54/485.
  4. [S41] 1850 census on Ancestry, online www.ancestry.com, 1850 United States Census for Michael Shuping.

John Melchior Troutman1

M, b. 2 November 1744, d. July 1798
FatherJohn Peter Troutman1 b. 3 Aug 1716, d. 19 Feb 1799
MotherAnn Elizabeth Gartner2 b. 9 Aug 1722, d. 1 Nov 1801
     John Melchior Troutman was born on 2 November 1744 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,3 He married Eve Hartman say 1770 at Pennsylvania.2 John Melchior Troutman died in July 1798 at Rowan County, North Carolina, at age 53.1

Family

Eve Hartman b. 1750, d. 1814
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Smiley Hughes Bonham.
  3. [S33] WikiTree, online www.wikitree.com, Sifford Family.

John Peter Troutman1

M, b. 3 August 1716, d. 19 February 1799
FatherJohann Adam Trautmann1 b. 19 Feb 1690, d. 10 Apr 1737
MotherAnna Margaretha Hartman2 b. 23 May 1694, d. 26 Oct 1718
     John Peter Troutman was born on 3 August 1716 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 He married Ann Elizabeth Gartner at Hesse, Germany, say 1743.2 John Peter Troutman died on 19 February 1799 at Rowan County, North Carolina, at age 82.1,2

Family

Ann Elizabeth Gartner b. 9 Aug 1722, d. 1 Nov 1801
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Smiley Hughes Bonham.

Johann Adam Trautmann1

M, b. 19 February 1690, d. 10 April 1737
FatherJohn Peter Trautman1 b. 28 Feb 1657, d. 14 Feb 1726
MotherAnna Catharina Nagel2 b. 1667, d. 27 Mar 1730
     Johann Adam Trautmann was born on 19 February 1690 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,3 He married Anna Margaretha Hartman say 1715 at Hesse, Germany.3 Johann Adam Trautmann died on 10 April 1737 at Beerfurth, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, at age 47.1,3

Family

Anna Margaretha Hartman b. 23 May 1694, d. 26 Oct 1718
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Folk Frostburg.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Smiley Hughes Bonham.

John Peter Trautman1

M, b. 28 February 1657, d. 14 February 1726
FatherPeter Trautmann2 b. 1620, d. 1682
MotherCatherina Frau1 b. 1622, d. 1654
     John Peter Trautman was also known as Peter Trautmann.2 He was born on 28 February 1657 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.2,1 He married Anna Catharina Nagel in 1687 at Hesse, Germany.1 John Peter Trautman died on 14 February 1726 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, at age 68.2,1

Family

Anna Catharina Nagel b. 1667, d. 27 Mar 1730
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Folk Frostburg.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.

Peter Trautmann1

M, b. 1620, d. 1682
FatherHans Trautmann1 b. 1570, d. 1627
MotherRosina Reisig1 b. 1575, d. 1620
     Peter Trautmann was born in 1620 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2,3 He married Catherina Frau say 1639 at Hesse, Germany.3 Peter Trautmann died in 1682 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Thuringia, Germany.1 He died on 22 October 1696 at Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.3

Family

Catherina Frau b. 1622, d. 1654
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Folk Frostburg.

Hans Trautmann1

M, b. 1570, d. 1627
     Hans Trautmann was born in 1570 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 He married Rosina Reisig on 15 November 1603 at Reuss Juengere Linie, now, Thuringia, Germany.1 Hans Trautmann married Barbara Medefrau on 7 January 1612 at Erfurt, Urban District, Thuringia, Germany.2 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Germany in 1620.2 Hans Trautmann died in 1627 at Zottelstedt, Weimarer Land, Thuringia, Germany.1

Family 1

Rosina Reisig b. 1575, d. 1620
Children

Family 2

Barbara Medefrau b. 1570, d. 20 Nov 1640

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Rosina Reisig1

F, b. 1575, d. 1620
     Rosina Reisig was born in 1575 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 She married Hans Trautmann on 15 November 1603 at Reuss Juengere Linie, now, Thuringia, Germany.1 As of 15 November 1603,her married name was Trautmann.1 Rosina Reisig died in 1620 at Germany.2

Family

Hans Trautmann b. 1570, d. 1627
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Johannes Hans Trautmann1

M, b. 1610, d. 1662
FatherHans Trautmann1 b. 1570, d. 1627
MotherRosina Reisig1 b. 1575, d. 1620
     Johannes Hans Trautmann was born in 1610 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 He married Anna Essig in 1630 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.2 He married Margaretha ? at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, circa 1636.1,2 Johannes Hans Trautmann died in 1662 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1

Family 1

Anna Essig b. 1607, d. Aug 1643
Children

Family 2

Margaretha ? b. 1620
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Margaretha ?1,2

F, b. 1620
     Margaretha ? was born in 1620 at Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 She married Johannes Hans Trautmann at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, circa 1636.1,2 As of circa 1636,her married name was Trautmann.1

Family

Johannes Hans Trautmann b. 1610, d. 1662
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Adam Trautmann1

M, b. 1637, d. 3 February 1701
FatherJohannes Hans Trautmann1 b. 1610, d. 1662
MotherAnna Essig2 b. 1607, d. Aug 1643
     Adam Trautmann was born in 1637 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 He married Elizabetha Eckstein circa 1665.1 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Darmstadt, Urban District, Hesse, Germany, in 1678.2 He married Anna Thomasberger at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, on 16 July 1679.1,2 Adam Trautmann died on 3 February 1701 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2

Family 1

Elizabetha Eckstein b. 1640, d. 1678
Child

Family 2

Anna Thomasberger b. 4 Nov 1655, d. 7 Nov 1731
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Elizabetha Eckstein1

F, b. 1640, d. 1678
     Elizabetha Eckstein was born in 1640 at Gumpen, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 As of circa 1665,her married name was Trautmann.1 She married Adam Trautmann, son of Johannes Hans Trautmann and Anna Essig, circa 1665.1 Elizabetha Eckstein died in 1678 at Darmstadt, Urban District, Hesse, Germany.2

Family

Adam Trautmann b. 1637, d. 3 Feb 1701
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Johannes Trautmann1

M, b. 5 September 1666, d. 21 October 1696
FatherAdam Trautmann2 b. 1637, d. 3 Feb 1701
MotherElizabetha Eckstein2 b. 1640, d. 1678
     Johannes Trautmann was also known as Johann Peter Trautmann.2 He was born on 5 September 1666 at Gumpen, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.2,1 He married Elizabetha Pfeiffer on 1 May 1690 at Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.2 Johannes Trautmann died on 21 October 1696 at Hesse, Germany, at age 30.1

Family

Elizabetha Pfeiffer b. 2 Jun 1673
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.

Elizabetha Pfeiffer1

F, b. 2 June 1673
     Elizabetha Pfeiffer was born on 2 June 1673 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1 As of 1 May 1690,her married name was Trautmann.1 She married Johannes Trautmann, son of Adam Trautmann and Elizabetha Eckstein, on 1 May 1690 at Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1

Family

Johannes Trautmann b. 5 Sep 1666, d. 21 Oct 1696
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.

Phillip Trautmann1

M, b. 18 June 1692, d. 18 March 1694
FatherJohannes Trautmann1 b. 5 Sep 1666, d. 21 Oct 1696
MotherElizabetha Pfeiffer1 b. 2 Jun 1673
     Phillip Trautmann was born on 18 June 1692 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1 He died on 18 March 1694 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.

Eva Trautmann1

F, b. 13 February 1695
FatherJohannes Trautmann1 b. 5 Sep 1666, d. 21 Oct 1696
MotherElizabetha Pfeiffer1 b. 2 Jun 1673
     Eva Trautmann was born on 13 February 1695 at Gross Gumpen Bei, Reichelsheim, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.

Anna Thomasberger1

F, b. 4 November 1655, d. 7 November 1731
     Anna Thomasberger was born on 4 November 1655 at Beerfelden, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 She married Adam Trautmann at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, on 16 July 1679.1,2 As of 16 July 1679,her married name was Trautmann.1 Anna Thomasberger died on 7 November 1731 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, at age 76.1,2

Family

Adam Trautmann b. 1637, d. 3 Feb 1701
Children

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.

Johan Henrich Trautmann1

M, b. 29 March 1682, d. 27 February 1718
FatherAdam Trautmann1 b. 1637, d. 3 Feb 1701
MotherAnna Thomasberger1 b. 4 Nov 1655, d. 7 Nov 1731
     Johan Henrich Trautmann was born on 29 March 1682 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany.1,2 He married Eva Arras on 31 May 1708 at Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany.1 Johan Henrich Trautmann died on 27 February 1718 at Reichelsheim, Oldenwaldkreis, Wetteraukreis, Hesse, Germany, at age 35.1

Family

Eva Arras b. 1686, d. 1749
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, One World Tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, MLL_BEI_2012.