William Wadsworth1

M, b. 1594, d. between 16 May 1675 and 18 October 1675
     William Wadsworth was born in 1594 at Long Buckby, County Northamptonshire, England; "William's exact origins have challenged descendants and researchers for centuries. Recent researchers have postulated that the William Wadsworth who is born 1594 in Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, England and baptized on 26 Feb 1594, the son of William and Elizabeth Wadsworth, is one and the same as the subject of this article. This isnot proven, though his age, place and onomastics point strongly to this connection."2 He was baptized on 26 February 1594 at Long Buckby, County Northamptonshire, England.1,3,2 He married Sarah Talcott at Braintree, County Essex, England, in 1625.1 John and William immigrated, on 16 September 1632. Destination: Boston Harbor.4 He was made freeman on 2 November 1632 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, "Soon after his arrival in Boston he moved to "newtowne" now Cambridge, MA. He was made a freeman of the town on 2 Nov 1632. He bilt his home on the west side of Holyoke Street near Harvard Square. He was chosen to be on the Board of Selectmen for Newtowne, and held this position from 1634 to 1635."2 They resided at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in July 1636. "He traveled Jul 1636 with the Hooker party to found the new plantation, where he was an original proprietor at Hartford, Hartford CT. He was a deputy to CT General Court between 1637 and 1653 at Hartford, Hartford, CT
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Wikipedia: William Wadsworth was one of the original founders of Hartford, CT In 1635 Rev Thomas Hooker and his follwers from Chelmsford, England had arrived to Newtown and soon, after dissenting with Puritan leaders in MA, made up their minds, in council, to move westward. In June 1636 Wiliam moved with his family and others of the congregation to a settlement they named Hartford. HE was an original proprieter of the town. His homelot, in 1639, was on the west side ofthe map from Seth Grant's to Sentinel Hill, extending along what is now the south side of Asylum St from Trumbull St to Ford St..4,2 He witnessed Sarah Talcott's death at Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 24 October 1643.1,3 He married Elizabeth Stone at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 2 July 1644.1 William Wadsworth died between 16 May 1675 and 18 October 1675 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; William died in 1675. His will was dated 16 Jun 1675 and it was inventoried on 18 Oct 1675 at a value of 677 pounds, 13.9 (approx. $300,000). - Wikipedia.1,2

Family 1

Sarah Talcott b. 1600, d. 24 Oct 1643
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Stone b. 2 Oct 1621, d. 1682
Children

Citations

  1. [S1234] CT SAR, online www.connecticutsar.org.
  2. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, A Southern Pedigree.
  4. [S1276] J Ralph Lindgren, Lindgren/ Tryon Genealogy.

Elizabeth Stone1

F, b. 2 October 1621, d. 1682
     Elizabeth Stone was born on 2 October 1621 at County Hampshire, England.1 She married William Wadsworth at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 2 July 1644.2 As of 2 July 1644,her married name was Wadsworth.2 Elizabeth Stone died in 1682 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1

Family

William Wadsworth b. 1594, d. bt 16 May 1675 - 18 Oct 1675
Children

Citations

  1. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Elizabeth Stone Wadsworth.
  2. [S1234] CT SAR, online www.connecticutsar.org.
  3. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).

Sarah Talcott1

F, b. 1600, d. 24 October 1643
FatherJohn Talcott2 b. 3 Oct 1562, d. Dec 1604
MotherAnne Skinner2 b. c 1570, d. 6 Apr 1637
     Sarah Talcott was born in 1600 at Braintree, County Essex, England; Essex IGI has b. abt 1599, Braintree. Born after 1583 - minor in father's will of 1604. Assumed to be the youngest daughter as there is no specific gift other than money to her in her fathers Will the other girls get beds etc. - too young? London IGI has :- Sarah Talcott b. abt 1599 to (William Wadsworth of Holborn (?)) & Married William Wadsworth abt 1625 of Holborn (?). Essex IGI has m. 1625, Braintree. Joe M. Crow, jbj@silcom.com has died 1644, Hartford, CT. Donald Root droot@cunet.com has d. 1636, Hartford, CT. Essex RO Tyack App I pxxx. (See also John Talcott & wife Dorothy on same ship - #'s 590 & 596) Among a list of passengers the following :- Name. WADSWORTH, William with his wife Sarah, William, Mary & John. Locality. Braintree. Port of departure and/or ship. London 'Lyon'. Reference. Banks. Planters 99; Hotten. Lists. 150. (This could be taken to read William Wadsworth & his wife Sarah - and three children, but SVT says 4. In either case if 'children' listed in order then first child Sarah so wife probably Sarah as well). See SVT p35. Sarah Talcott m. William Wadsworth was John Talcott's (590) sister. It looks very much like she went out to the USA. SVT has Wm Wadsworth as a passenger but not White, Elmer or Adams mentioned on the same page as the above in Tyack. (See also SVT p22). LDS :- Name:     Sarah TALCOTT Birth Date:     1592 Birth Place:     Colchester, Essex, England Father:     John TALCOTT Mother:     Anne or Ann SKINNER Notes: Batch #: 1903844, Source Call #: DWT has d. before 1644. Kathie Graham:- 8      SARAH TALCOTT (John2-1) Born 1598, Braintree, Essex, England, died between 1636 and 1644,Hartford, Connecticut. Married 1625, Braintree, Essex, England, WILLIAM WADSWORTH, baptized perhaps 26 Feb 1594/5, Long Buckley, Northampton, England, died between 16 May and 9 July 1675, Hartford, Connecticut. William married (2) 2 July 1644, Hartford, Connecticut, Elizabeth Stone, baptized 21 Oct 1621, England, died 1682, Hartford, Connecticut; daughter of John Stone. Susan Taylor :- 17. Sarah/4 TALCOTT180 (John3, John2, John1); born after 1595 in Braintree, Essex Co., England (Calculated from the date of her grandfather William SKINNER's will (1616) as still being a minor);181 married William WADSWORTH circa 1625 in England;182,183 died between 1636 and 1644 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.184 She was mentioned in 1604 in the will of her father.185 She was mentioned on 14 Aug 1616 in the will of her grandfather William Skinner as receiving 5 marks and his bible.186 She was mentioned on 2 Mar 1617 in the will of her grandmother Margery Skinner as receiving 'a flock bed and a flock bolster, a coverlet and a pair of blankets (and other effects)'; 'the pewter which I had of my son in law John Taylecoat I will the same to Sara and Rachell to be equally parted and divided between them; and I give more to Sara my kneading trough'.187 She was mentioned on 16 Sep 1623 in the will of her step father Moses Wall as receiving 5 pounds.188 William Wadsworth was born in 1595 in England.189 He immigrated on 16 Sep 1632 to New Towne (now Cambridge), Middlesex Co., MA (from London, England on the 'Lion' 'probably bringing with him four children: Sarah, William, Mary and John').190,191 He was admitted a freeman on 6 Nov 1632 in MA.192,193 He was residing in Jun 1636 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT ('was an original proprietor; his home lot in 1639 was on the west side of the road from Seth Grant's to Centinel Hill, probably extending along what is now the south side of Asylum St. from Trumbull St. to Ford St.' Name on the Founders Monument).194,195 He was an early member of First Church, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.196 With his brother-in-law John TALCOTT, built a house in partnership as evidence by the following note in an account book kept by Col. John TALCOTT: '`The house and barn that was in partnership between my father and my uncle Wadsworth at Farmington was finished in the year 1642''.197 He was a townsman in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT (1642, 1655, 1661, 1673).198 He married Elizabeth Stone, daughter of John Stone, on 2 Jul 1644 in Hartford, Hartford Co..199,200,201,202 Office(s) held (Constable: 1651; List and Rate Maker 1668; and a Deputy nearly every session between Oct 1656 and May 1675).203 He left a will on 16 Jun 1675 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.204 On 8 Oct 1676 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, the inventory of his estate was L1677-13-9.205 He died in 1675 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.206,207 Children of Sarah/4 TALCOTT and William WADSWORTH were as follows: + 39. i. Sarah/5 WADSWORTH, born circa 1626; married John WILCOX. 40. ii. William WADSWORTH208 immigrated with his father and siblings on 16 Sep 1632 to New Towne (now Cambridge), Middlesex Co., MA.209,210 + 41. iii. Mary WADSWORTH, born in England; married Thomas STOUGHTON. + 42. iv. John WADSWORTH, married Sarah STANLEY. 180. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 181. Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England II, p. 1205. 182. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 183. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 184. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 185. Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England II, p. 1125. 186. ibid, p. 1205. 187. ibid, p. 1206. 188. ibid, p. 1130. 189. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 190. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 191. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, Vol. IV (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1862), p. 381. 192. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 193. Savage, GenDict, IV, p. 381. 194. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 195. Savage, GenDict, IV, p. 381. 196. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 197. NEHGR XXI, 'Talcott Mott', p. 216. 198. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, pp. 615-616. 199. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 200. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 201. Savage, GenDict, IV, p. 381. 202. NEHGR XIII, 'Hartford' (1859), p. 53. 203. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, pp. 615-616. 204. ibid, p. 616. 205. ibid. 206. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 770. 207. Savage, GenDict, IV, p. 381. 208. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. 209. Savage, GenDict, IV, p. 381. 210. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 615. Susan P. Canney, Susan.Canney@sad.org has d. 1636.
BO3TY/SK. B.Essex IGI. M.Essex IGI.1 John Talcott mentioned Sarah Talcott in a will on 30 September 1604 at Braintree, County Essex, England; WILL The Will and Testament of John Talcot of Braintree Essex County England who died in 1604 He was the Father of John Talcott who emigrated to America in 1632 This Will was copied from the Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in 1849 at the request of SV Talcott
In the name of God Amen Anno Domini 1604 Annoq domin nostri Jacobi dei gra Anglie Franc et llibine Ilege fidei defensor &C secundo et Scotie tricessimo septimo
I John Tailecot of Braintree in the countie of Essex England being at this time sick in bodie but of good sounde and perfect memorie sence and minde I thanck and praise Almightie God for it well weighing the incertaine and fraile estate of this mortall and miserable life doe hereby and herein ordeyne and make my pute testament and last will in manner and form following that is to say
Inprimis I doe commend and comit my Soule into the handes and tuiton of th almightie god my creator and re demer and my bodie to be buried in Xtian buriall where it shall please almightie god to take my life from me by and at the discrecon of my Executrix hereafter named
It m I doe give unto the poore people of the Parish of Brainetrye twentie shillinges of lawfull money of England to be paide to and amongst them withine one moneth iiexte after my decease by my Executrix hereafter named
Item l will devise and bequeath all that my messuage or tenement wherein I nowe dwell with yards gardens and appurtenn cs to the same belonging as they nowe are in my occupacon set and being in Brane try aforesaide unto Anne my wife for and during the whole term of her natural life and from and after the decease of the saide Anne my said wief I will devise and bequeath all that my aforemenc oned messuage or tenement with the yardes and gardens and other appurten nce thereunto belonginge as they now are in my tenure or occupac on unto John Tailcot my sonne and to his heires of his bodie lawfullie to be begotten forever and for want of such issue to remaine to the righte and next heire of me the saide John Tailcot first named for ever
Item I will and devise all that my tenement with the yardes and appurtenances thereunto belonging in Brainetrie aforesaide as the same are now in the tenure or occupac on of one Barnabe Bottell Taylor or of his assignes unto my saide wief and to her assignes for and during the full terme of twentie yeares from the daie of my death and from thence nexte to come and fully then to end and from upon and after the deter minacon of the same terme of twentie yeares I doe devise give and bequeath all my saide tenement with the saide yards gardens and appurtennc's to the saide tenement belonging as they nowe are in the tenure or occupa con of the saide Barnabe Bottell or of his assigns unto Rachell Tailcot my daughter and to the heires of her bodie lawfully to be begotten for ever And for wante of such issue to and amongest all the residue of my daughters that shall happen to survive the saide Rachell and to their heires of their bodies lawfully to be begotten for ever And for wante of such yssue to John Taylcot my sonne and to his heires of his bodie for ever And for want of such issue to revert to the right next heires of me the saide John Tailcot for ever
Item I doe give unto John Taylcot my sonne and to Anne Tailcot Marie Tallcot Grace Tailecot and Sara Tailecot my daughters to every of them fortie poundes apeece of lawfull money of England to be paide to them seaverally at their seaverall accomplishments of their seaverall ages of one and twentie years if they shall soe longe fortune to live and in case an of them should fortune to die before the receipt of their saide legacie of fortie poundes that then I will devise and bequeath the porc on of him her or them soe dyeinge of fortie poundes to and amongest all the residue of my daughters whatsoever which shall fortune to survive to be paide and apporc oned and devided amongest them at their severall ages of one and twentie years
Item I doe give unto John Tailcot my saide sonne my best bedstedle standing in my parlor next my hall with my best feather bed lienge uppon the same my best rug and my best flock bed my best vallaunce and hangings to the same my best coverlet my best feather boulster my best flock boulster a paire of my best blankets a pair of my sheetes two of my qiest pllowes with pillowe beers to the same my booke of Martirs and my booke intituled by the name of Mr Roger's booke to be delivered unto him by the executors administrators or assigns of Anne my saide wife within one moneth next after her decease and she during her life to have the necessary using thereof without altering the propertie other then is hereby intended
Item I doe in like manner give and bequeath my ioyned table with the frame and bench hordes and six ioyned stooles in the saide parlor and all the wainscot seelinges settles glasses and windowes and hangings now fixed used or im ployed as propertie belonging to the house and the Great chest in the saide parlor unto John my saide Sonne to be delivered to him by the executors administrators or assigns of tbe saide Anne my saide wife within one moneth nexte after the decease of the saide Anne my saide wief and she to have the necessary use of them during her life nott altering the propertie of them or anie of them
Item I doe give unto every of my children one brasse pot apeece of the waight of sixtene poundes two kettles apeece th one of every of them to conteine in measure five gallons thy other of them to conteine in measure twelve gallons twelve pewter dishes apeece of thre seaverall sortible sizes con teyning every twelve dishes five and twentie pounds waight or above to be delivered unto them seaverallye at their seaverall ages of xxith yeares or to soe manie of them as shall live to attaine to that age by my executrix hereinafter named
Item I doe give unto Anne Tailcot my daughter all that my standing bedstedle standing in my chamber in my hall furnished as it now standeth that is to saie having a feather bed a flock bed a feather bolster a paire of blanckets a coverlet two pillowes two pillowe beeres and a pare of sheetes now used uppon the same to be delivered unto the saide Anne Tailcot my saide daughter at such time as she the saide Anne shall accomplish the full age of xxith yeres by my executrix hereafter named
Item I doe give and bequeath unto Marie Tailcot my daughter my standing bedsteddle standing in my bedchamber over my kitchen where I now dwell and the bedding and furniture as it now standeth having a feather bed and other appurtenn cs and alsoe a paire of sheetes and a pillowe here to be delivered unto her at the accomplishmente of her age of xxith yeres by my executrix hereafter named
Item I doe give unto Grace Tailcot my daughter one bedsteddle with a flock bed and all things thereunto apper tayning to be delivered to her at her age of xxi yeres by my executrix or her assigns
Item I doe give unto my daughter my chest standing in my hall chamber to be delivered unto her at the age of xxith yeres
Item I doe give unto Elizabethe Ingram my mayde servant x s of lawfull money of England
Item I doe give unto William Mullings and Thomas Clarke to either of them xx s of lawfull money of England upon this condic on that either of them doe serve their app nteshodes with my wief after my decease and to be paide to him or either of them at the determyna con of their appn ti shode and not otherwise than uppon their seaverall servinge of their appn tishodes with my wife
Item I doe give unto every of my children three of my silver spoones to be delivered unto them seaverallie as they shall come to and accomplish their seaverall ages xxith yeres if they shall so long live All the residue of my goodes chatties cattell money plate debts household stuf implem 8 of household moveables and immoveables whatsoever nott being hereinbefore bequeathed my debts being paide my Funerall expencs disbursed and these my legacies herein given and bequeathed being paide and p formed I whollie give and bequeath them unto Anne my wife and doe make her Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and I will that my wief uppon the probate of this will she my saide wife doe enter her owne bonde in the somme of thre hundred poundes to my Father in law William Skinner and Rob t Tailcot for the p formance of all and every my legacies herein given by her to be performed according to the true meaning hereof And that in case she shall fortune to marrie againe that before her such marriage shall enter into sufficient bonde in fower hundred poundes with one sufficient suretie that my saide Father in Lawe William Skinner and Roberte Taii cot my brother shall like of to the same William Skinner and Roberte Tailcot trnlie to p forme all the legacies which on her parte are to be paide according to the true meaning of this mv last Will and Testament
JOHN TAILCOT
Witnesses Marke Mott
Erasmus Sparhawke
James Sparhawke
Probatum fuit suprascriptu test urn apud London coram ven tis viro domino Johanne Benuet milite et lejrum d core Surra gato etiam viri domini Johannis Gibson milite legumq d coris Curie Prerogative ant Magri custodis Sine Oomissary lt ime constituti vicessimo quarto die menss January Anno Domini uexta eursum et computa conem ecc lie Anglicane mil limo Sexcentessimo quarto Juram Moybis Wall mariti Anne rel ce dicti defuncti et Executrix in huroi tes to noi ate cui commissa fuit Administraco honor iuriu et creditor eiusdem defuncti De bene et fideler administrado eadem ad Saneta Dei Evangelice iuret CHAS DYNC1lY J HN IGGULDEM WF GOSTHUG Deputy Registers.2,3 She married William Wadsworth at Braintree, County Essex, England, in 1625.1 As of 1625,her married name was Wadsworth.1 Dorothy and Sarah was the spouse of John Talcott and William Wadsworth when they immigrated on 16 September 1632.3 Sarah Talcott mentioned Sarah Talcott in a will in January 1636 at Braintree, County Essex, England; "In her will of January 1636/7 Anne (Skinner) (Talcott) Wall bequeathed to "my daughter Sarah, wife of William Wadsworth."4 They resided at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in July 1636. "He traveled Jul 1636 with the Hooker party to found the new plantation, where he was an original proprietor at Hartford, Hartford CT. He was a deputy to CT General Court between 1637 and 1653 at Hartford, Hartford, CT
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Wikipedia: William Wadsworth was one of the original founders of Hartford, CT In 1635 Rev Thomas Hooker and his follwers from Chelmsford, England had arrived to Newtown and soon, after dissenting with Puritan leaders in MA, made up their minds, in council, to move westward. In June 1636 Wiliam moved with his family and others of the congregation to a settlement they named Hartford. HE was an original proprieter of the town. His homelot, in 1639, was on the west side ofthe map from Seth Grant's to Sentinel Hill, extending along what is now the south side of Asylum St from Trumbull St to Ford St..3,5 Sarah died on 24 October 1643 at Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut.1,6

Family

William Wadsworth b. 1594, d. bt 16 May 1675 - 18 Oct 1675
Children

Citations

  1. [S1234] CT SAR, online www.connecticutsar.org.
  2. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  3. [S1276] J Ralph Lindgren, Lindgren/ Tryon Genealogy.
  4. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Sarah Talcott Wadsworth.
  5. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, A Southern Pedigree.

Jacob Kellogg1

M, b. say 1700, d. between 1747 and 1790
     Jacob Kellogg was born say 1700 at Hartford County, Connecticut.1 He married Abigail Camp on 4 June 1746 at Hartford County, Connecticut.1 Jacob Kellogg died between 1747 and 1790 at Hartford County, Connecticut.1

Family

Abigail Camp b. 31 Jul 1699, d. 14 Aug 1759

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, rice2010.

Mary Guernsey1

F, b. 12 October 1734, d. 1776
     Mary Guernsey was born on 12 October 1734 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 As of 24 December 1766,her married name was Camp.1 She married Israel Camp on 24 December 1766 at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 Mary Guernsey died in 1776 at Middlesex County, Connecticut.1

Family

Israel Camp b. 16 Feb 1723, d. 6 May 1778

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, goddard family tree.

Hans Deuble1

M, b. 1530, d. 1566
     Hans Deuble was born in 1530 at Germany.1 He married Anna ? at Germany say 1563.1 Hans Deuble died in 1566 at Germany.1

Family

Anna ? b. 1547, d. 19 Nov 1603
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lien Family Tree.

Anna ?1

F, b. 1547, d. 19 November 1603
     Anna ? was born in 1547 at Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1 She married Hans Deuble at Germany say 1563.1 As of say 1563,her married name was Deuble.1 Anna ? died on 19 November 1603 at Remmingsheim, Tubingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1

Family

Hans Deuble b. 1530, d. 1566
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Lien Family Tree.

John C Jasper1

M, b. 20 June 1908, d. 26 December 1990
     John C Jasper was born on 20 June 1908 at Ilinois.1,2 He married Lillian L Varney Campbell at Benton, Scott County, Missouri, on 30 November 1937.3 John C Jasper died on 26 December 1990 at Lawton, Van Buren County, Michigan, at age 82.4

Family

Lillian L Varney Campbell b. c 1904, d. bt 1941 - 1995

Citations

  1. [S11] 1940 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, about Lillian R. Jasper.
  2. [S49] Deaths reported transcribed index, by Social Security Administration.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Missouri Marriage Records 1805-2002 about John C Jasper.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Michigan Deaths 1971-1996 about John C Jasper.

William McHaley1

M, b. 1809, d. 12 December 1857
     William McHaley was born in 1809 at North Carolina.1 He married Lucinda K. "Kitty Rowe" Rice, daughter of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, on 10 December 1830 at Monroe County, Indiana.1 William died on 12 December 1857 at Greene County, Indiana. Burial:
Garrison Chapel Cemetery
Bloomington
Monroe County
Indiana.1,2

Family

Lucinda K. "Kitty Rowe" Rice b. 1811, d. bt 1871 - 1880

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Livingston Family Tree.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, William McHaley.

Benjamin Rowe1

M, b. 11 February 1800, d. 1869
     Benjamin Rowe was born on 11 February 1800 at Madison County, Virginia.1,2 He married Catherine Burks say 1825 at Mercer County, Kentucky.2 He witnessed Catherine Burks's death at Greene County, Indiana, say 1833.2 He married Laruhanna Livingston at Greene County, Indiana, on 4 May 1834.1 He witnessed Laruhanna Livingston's death at Greene County, Indiana, on 10 April 1861. Buried Livingston Cemetery, Greene County, KY.1 He married Lucinda K. "Kitty Rowe" Rice at Indiana on 16 September 1861.1,3 Benjamin died in 1869 at Greene County, Indiana.1

Family 1

Catherine Burks b. s 1805, d. s 1833

Family 2

Laruhanna Livingston b. 1816, d. 10 Apr 1861

Family 3

Lucinda K. "Kitty Rowe" Rice b. 1811, d. bt 1871 - 1880

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Jeremy Cole Albert Genealogy tree.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gentry/ Rowe/Hunter/ Johnson Family Tree.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Collection 1800-1941.

Laruhanna Livingston1

F, b. 1816, d. 10 April 1861
     Laruhanna Livingston was born in 1816 at Knox County, Kentucky.1 She married Benjamin Rowe at Greene County, Indiana, on 4 May 1834.1 As of say 1840,her married name was Rowe.1 Laruhanna died on 10 April 1861 at Greene County, Indiana. Buried Livingston Cemetery, Greene County, KY.1

Family

Benjamin Rowe b. 11 Feb 1800, d. 1869

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Jeremy Cole Albert Genealogy tree.

Catherine Burks1

F, b. say 1805, d. say 1833
     Catherine Burks was born say 1805 at Virginia.1 As of say 1825,her married name was Rowe.1 She married Benjamin Rowe say 1825 at Mercer County, Kentucky.1 Catherine died say 1833 at Greene County, Indiana.1

Family

Benjamin Rowe b. 11 Feb 1800, d. 1869

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Gentry/ Rowe/Hunter/ Johnson Family Tree.

Nancy Isom1

F, b. 1820, d. 1893
     Nancy Isom was born in 1820 at Kentucky.1 As of say 1840,her married name was Rice.1 She married Thomas Rice, son of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, say 1840 at Indiana.1 Nancy Isom died in 1893 at Indiana.1

Family

Thomas Rice b. 1813, d. 1898

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ward Williams.

Mary Isom1

F, b. circa 1822, d. between 1881 and 1900
     Mary Isom was born circa 1822 at Kentucky.1 As of 28 November 1839,her married name was Rice.1 She married Tilford Rice, son of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, on 28 November 1839 at Monroe County, Indiana.1 Mary Isom died between 1881 and 1900 at Owen County, Indiana.1

Family

Tilford Rice b. 16 May 1814, d. bt 1881 - 1900

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Rice.

Harvey E Ham1

M, b. 9 June 1816, d. 7 May 1875
     Harvey E Ham was born on 9 June 1816 at Bourbon County, Kentucky.1 He married Isabella Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, on 27 February 1838 at Monroe County, Indiana.1 Harvey E Ham died on 7 May 1875 at Greene County, Indiana, at age 58.1

Family

Isabella Elizabeth Rice b. 1817, d. 1880

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Skeen Family Tree.

Charles Isom1

M, b. 1795, d. 1853
     Charles Isom was born in 1795 at Garrard County, Kentucky.1 He married Mary Margaret "Polly" Hamilton on 31 March 1818 at Kentucky.1 He witnessed Mary Margaret "Polly" Hamilton's death at Greene County, Indiana, in 1841.1 Charles Isom married Margaret Ann Rice, daughter of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, on 31 December 1841 at Monroe County, Indiana.1 Charles died in 1853 at Greene County, Indiana. Buried Garrison Chapel Cemetery - Inscription sayss 'Aged 61 years' and 'My daughter sleeps by my side.'.1

Family 1

Mary Margaret "Polly" Hamilton b. c 1800, d. 1841

Family 2

Margaret Ann Rice b. 8 Mar 1819, d. 1884

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Wells Family Tree.

Mary Margaret "Polly" Hamilton1

F, b. circa 1800, d. 1841
     Mary Margaret "Polly" Hamilton was born circa 1800 at Kentucky.1 As of 31 March 1818,her married name was Isom.1 She married Charles Isom on 31 March 1818 at Kentucky.1 Mary died in 1841 at Greene County, Indiana.1

Family

Charles Isom b. 1795, d. 1853

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Wells Family Tree.

Philip Hendricks1

M, b. January 1823, d. between 1901 and 1910
     Philip Hendricks was born in January 1823 at Kentucky.1 He married Margaret Ann Rice, daughter of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, say 1855 at Greene County, Indiana.1 Philip Hendricks died between 1901 and 1910 at Greene County, Indiana.1

Family

Margaret Ann Rice b. 8 Mar 1819, d. 1884

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Wells Family Tree.

Mary Ann Rice1

F, b. 1827, d. 12 May 1871
FatherBenjamin Rice1 b. bt 1771 - 1780, d. bt 1831 - 1840
MotherDelilah Alcorn1 b. 1779, d. Mar 1850
     Mary Ann Rice was born in 1827 at Greene County, Indiana.1 As of 10 September 1848,her married name was Baker.2 She married Chambers Baker on 10 September 1848 at Monroe County, Indiana.2 Mary Ann Rice died on 12 May 1871 at Greene County, Indiana.1,2

Family

Chambers Baker b. 5 Feb 1826, d. 21 Mar 1896

Citations

  1. [S1235] Rice-genealogy.com, online http://rice-genealogy.com/5kentuckytoindiana.html
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Stowe Family Tree.

Chambers Baker1

M, b. 5 February 1826, d. 21 March 1896
     Chambers Baker was born on 5 February 1826 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky.1 He married Mary Ann Rice, daughter of Benjamin Rice and Delilah Alcorn, on 10 September 1848 at Monroe County, Indiana.1 Chambers Baker died on 21 March 1896 at Monroe County, Indiana, at age 70.1

Family

Mary Ann Rice b. 1827, d. 12 May 1871

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Stowe Family Tree.

Ruth Camfield1

F, b. say 1657, d. between 1674 and 1747
FatherMatthew Camfield1 b. Feb 1603/4, d. bt 20 Mar 1673 - 11 Jun 1673
MotherSarah Treat1 b. 1620, d. bt 6 Jun 1673 - 1710
     Ruth Camfield was born say 1657 at Fairfield County, Connecticut.1,2 Matthew Camfield mentioned Ruth Camfield in a will on 19 March 1672/73 at Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; "The last Will and Testiment of mee Matthew Canffeild.
I being sik and wayk but in pfect understandinge. This my last will and testament whereas I give my body to the dust and my soule to the Ld Jesus Christ.
Imp: My eldest son hath received his portion alredy at Norwauk and shal have nothinge here.
2 To Ebinezer my second son I give the second division of upland that pertend to Samuels Lott. I give him four akers ofmy medow land next Sarjant Wards to run thurah out the lott & three akers of meddow in my second division on the lower side.
3 I give to my Daughter Mary 18 lb that is in my son Samuels hands.
4 I give to my daughter Hannah 10lb in Samuels hands.
5 I give to my son Mathew 4 akers of that end of the lott next Goodman Waters his hows I give to Ebinezer 3 akers of upland in Roberdses nek next Mr. Piersons land and 3 akers of my first division upon ye hillnext the Cove and all the bogges inthe great nek, so far as the land goes. Memorandum: Matthew is to mentayn the cros fence betwixt the remaynder of the lott and his own I give to my son Matthew the remaynder of the upland of bogges n Robards quarter and 3 akers of upland on ye great nek next to my son Ebinezer & half the medow and upland at Wheelers poynt onthe lower side next Mr. Piersons & two akers of my first division of medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow quite throughout by Ebinezer, 3 Akers of medow in my second division of salt medow next Ebinezer as it was layd out.
6 I give to my daughter Ruth the remaynder of the home lot wher of Matthew had 4 akers with the hows and the half of my second division uponthe hil;and the other half to Matthew lyinge next the hyway.
7 - I give to my Daughter Sarah my two oxen Colle and broad in part of her twentie pounds to be made out of the estate.
8 - I give my youngst son this Hows and home lott with the remaynder of the medows and uplands undisposed of upon the deseas of my wife. If wif live till Jonathan come to age shee shall lett him have half the Home lotand half of the other lands whether medows or uplands.
9 - I make my wife he executrix ofmy hole estate. My wil is that if my wife shal marry shee shal have the house and half hom lot & half the uplan and half the meddows and half the moveable estate and gthe other half of the moveable goods to be divided amonst the other children that bee here.
If she continewmy widdow then my will is the estate shall remayne intiere and Jonathan shall live with her til he be of age. Yet if she die my widdow Jonathan shal have the hol accomodation and the moveable estate shal be equally divided amongst the survivors Samuel being excepted.
My wife shal never sell any lands nor medow to pay any debts I make choyse of Brother Deken Tomkins brother Henry Lion and my son Matthew for overseers.
Item: At the deseas of my wife I would have her leave ye great chest to Jonathan and the sealed chest to Mathew I add to ye portion.
Matthew Camfield
Witnesses: John Brown Senr; Tho Pierson Senr.
Mar 19 72 or 73.3 She died between 1674 and 1747 at Essex County, New Jersey; "The only record of her is in her father's will." p. 130/309.2

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 86.
  2. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 130.
  3. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 93.

Elizabeth Willoughby1

F, b. say 1649, d. between 1682 and 1739
     Elizabeth Willoughby was born say 1649 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 As of say 1669,her married name was Camfield.1 She married Samuel Camfield, son of Matthew Camfield and Sarah Treat, say 1669 at Fairfield County, Connecticut.1 Elizabeth Willoughby died between 1682 and 1739 at Fairfield County, Connecticut.1

Family

Samuel Camfield b. 1645, d. Oct 1690

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 131.

Bethia ?1

F, b. say 1660, d. between 1692 and 1740
     Bethia ? was born say 1660 at Essex County, New Jersey.1 She married Ebenezer Camfield at Essex County, New Jersey, say 1680.1 As of say 1680,her married name was Camfield.1 Bethia ? died between 1692 and 1740 at Essex County, New Jersey; Her name appears as Bathia on bond of executor of Jonathan Camfield's estate, 5 Jan 1689.1

Family

Ebenezer Camfield b. 1649, d. 1 Dec 1694

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 268.

Deborah ?1

F, b. say 1655, d. between 1678 and 1755
     Deborah ? was born say 1655 at Essex County, New Jersey.1 As of say 1675,her married name was Camfield.1 She married Matthew Camfield, son of Matthew Camfield and Sarah Treat, say 1675 at Essex County, New Jersey.1 Deborah ? died between 1678 and 1755 at Essex County, New Jersey.1

Family

Matthew Camfield b. 9 May 1650, d. 1705

Citations

  1. [S1236] Camfield Matthew 1897, online books.google.com, p 268.

George Andrew Mowery1

M, b. 20 February 1889, d. 8 June 1976
FatherAdam Jerome Mowery1 b. 2 Jan 1863, d. 26 Nov 1928
MotherMartha Victoria Cantrell1 b. Jul 1863, d. 1939
     George Andrew Mowery was born on 20 February 1889 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1 He married Autie C Trueblood on 24 December 1915 at Vigo County, Indiana.1 George Andrew Mowery died on 8 June 1976 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana, at age 87.1

Family

Autie C Trueblood b. 3 Nov 1896, d. May 1982

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.

Autie C Trueblood1

F, b. 3 November 1896, d. May 1982
     Autie C Trueblood was born on 3 November 1896 at Stafford, Greene County, Indiana.1 As of 24 December 1915,her married name was Mowery.1 She married George Andrew Mowery, son of Adam Jerome Mowery and Martha Victoria Cantrell, on 24 December 1915 at Vigo County, Indiana.1 Autie C Trueblood died in May 1982 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana, at age 85.1

Family

George Andrew Mowery b. 20 Feb 1889, d. 8 Jun 1976

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.

Elva F Peters1

F, b. 8 January 1898, d. 8 August 1957
     Elva F Peters was born on 8 January 1898 at Greene County, Indiana.1 As of 1918,her married name was Mowery.1 She married Luther Adam Mowery, son of Adam Jerome Mowery and Martha Victoria Cantrell, in 1918 at Greene County, Indiana.1 Elva F Peters died on 8 August 1957 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana, at age 59.1

Family

Luther Adam Mowery b. 13 Aug 1897, d. 22 Mar 1931

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.

Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery1

F, b. 29 October 1900, d. between 1943 and 1990
FatherAdam Jerome Mowery1 b. 2 Jan 1863, d. 26 Nov 1928
MotherMartha Victoria Cantrell1 b. Jul 1863, d. 1939
     Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery was born on 29 October 1900 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1 She married William R. Cape on 11 August 1914 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.2 As of 11 August 1914,her married name was Cape.2 Margaret was divorced from William R. Cape at Illinois say 1919.3 As of 22 March 1919,her married name was Taber.1 She married James Pearson Taber Sr at Greene County, Indiana, on 22 March 1919.1,4 Margaret Irene "Maggie" Mowery died between 1943 and 1990 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana; Last record found - World War II Registration 1942.3

Family 1

William R. Cape b. c 1889, d. bt 1920 - 1979

Family 2

James Pearson Taber Sr b. 10 Feb 1885, d. bt 1943 - 1975

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Collection.

James Pearson Taber Sr1

M, b. 10 February 1885, d. between 1943 and 1975
     James Pearson Taber Sr was also known as John James Taber.2 He was born on 10 February 1885 at Jackson County, Indiana.2,1 He married Margaret Irene "Maggie" Cape at Greene County, Indiana, on 22 March 1919.2,3 James Pearson Taber Sr died between 1943 and 1975 at Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana; Last record found - World War II Registration 1942.4

Family

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

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, WW II Draft Registration Cards.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Collection.
  4. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Ina Catherine Mowery1

F, b. 27 February 1902, d. between 1931 and 1992
FatherAdam Jerome Mowery1 b. 2 Jan 1863, d. 26 Nov 1928
MotherMartha Victoria Cantrell1 b. Jul 1863, d. 1939
     Ina Catherine Mowery was born on 27 February 1902 at Ullin, Pulaski County, Illinois.1,2 As of 18 March 1919,her married name was Walker.3 She married John A Walker on 18 March 1919 at Greene County, Indiana.3 Ina Catherine Mowery died between 1931 and 1992 at Knox County, Indiana; last found on 1930 census
ENSUS & VOTER LISTSView Image     
NAME:      John A Walker
SPOUSE:      Ina K Walker
BIRTH:      abt 1898 - Indiana
RESIDENCE:      1930 - Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.4

Family

John A Walker b. c 1898, d. bt 1931 - 1988

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Shelton Mowery Families.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Mowery,Cannon,Cruse and Pool.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Indiana Marriage Collection.
  4. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.