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Cornelius O. Van Arsdalen

b. 1762, d. 1843
Cornelius O. Van Arsdalen|b. 1762\nd. 1843|p476.htm#i2600|Ouke Van Arsdalen|d. 22 Feb 1796|p468.htm#i2606|Maria Van Cleve||p20.htm#i2607|||||||||||||
FatherOuke Van Arsdalen d. 22 February 1796
MotherMaria Van Cleve
     Cornelius O. Van Arsdalen was born in 1762 at Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Ouke Van Arsdalen and Maria Van Cleve. Cornelius O. Van Arsdalen married Elizabeth Van Arsdalen on 10 April 1791. Cornelius O. Van Arsdalen died in 1843 at Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 81 years.

Family

Elizabeth Van Arsdalen
Children

John Hollinshead1,2

b. 6 January 1798, d. 18 March 1843
John Hollinshead|b. 6 Jan 1798\nd. 18 Mar 1843|p476.htm#i97|Jacob Hollinshead Jr.|b. 5 Jun 1766\nd. 3 Nov 1845|p476.htm#i98|Mary Haines|b. 15 Nov 1770\nd. a 27 Feb 1846|p476.htm#i101|Jacob Hollinshead Sr.|b. 16 Dec 1732\nd. 19 Dec 1819|p472.htm#i102|Mary Hollinshead|b. 30 Sep 1737\nd. 7 Aug 1814|p471.htm#i103|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|
FatherJacob Hollinshead Jr. b. 5 June 1766, d. 3 November 1845
MotherMary Haines b. 15 November 1770, d. after 27 February 1846
     John Hollinshead was related to Emily E. Hollinshead; born to a father born in Canada (English) and a mother born in Canada (English).3 John Hollinshead was related to Joshua L. Hollinshead; born to a father born in Pennsylvania and a mother born in New York.4 John Hollinshead was born on 6 January 1798 at Jersey City, Bergen County, New Jersey.5,6 He was the son of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines. John Hollinshead was a witness where Jacob Hollinshead Jr. moved northward with his family and joined his uncle, Anthony, in Upper Canada between April 1803 and 1804 at Canada.7 John Hollinshead met Elizabeth Rush in Philadelphia and brought her and her mother, Julia Ann Rush, back to King Township before 1826.7 He married Elizabeth Rush, daughter of Lieutenant John B. Rush and Julia Ann Rush, Mrs., on 5 September 1826 at Ontario, Canada.8,7 John Hollinshead was disowned for marrying Elizabeth on 14 May 1829 at Yong Street Quaker Monthly Meeting, King Township, Ontario, Canada.7 He was participant in the rebellion known as the Patriot War, also known as the MacKenzie Rebellion, or the Rebellion of 1837, between 6 December 1837 and 1839 at Canada.9,10,11 He was a witness where Samuel Lount participant in the rebellion known as the Patriot War, also known as the MacKenzie Rebellion, or the Rebellion of 1837, between 6 December 1837 and 1839 at Canada.9,10,11 John Hollinshead immigrated to Clyde Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, arriving June 1839.

In 1840, John Hollinshead was Head of Household on the census at unidentified township, Whiteside County, Illinois, Details provided: John Hollinshead, with 2 males age 5-10 (sons Jacob and Daniel), 1 male 10-15 (son Joshua), 1 male 40-50 (himself), 1 male 50-60 (who?), 2 females under 5 (daughters Lydia and Mary), 1 female 10-15 (daughter Julia Ann), 1 female 30-40 (his wife Elizabeth), and 1 female 70-80 (his mother-in-law Julia Ann).. Enumerated with him were Elizabeth Rush, Joshua L. Hollinshead, Julia Ann Hollinshead, Jacob W. Hollinshead, Daniel Hollinshead, Lydia Hollinshead, Mary A. Hollinshead and Julia Ann Rush, Mrs..12,13

John Hollinshead relocated to Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, in 1840. He purchased 40 acres for the price of $1.25/acre on 1 April 1842 at SWNE 07/ 22-N 4-E, Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois.14 He died on 18 March 1843 at Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, at age 45 years, 2 months and 12 days.5,6 He was issued the patent for the purchase of 40 acres of Public Lands at $1.25/acre on 1 May 1843 at SWNE 07/ 22-N 4-E, Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois.15 John Hollinshead was buried in the Hollinshead Family Cemetery, Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois.

Family

Elizabeth Rush b. 12 December 1806, d. 15 June 1863
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Charles Bent with R. L. Wilson, Whiteside County History, 1877, Page 479..
  2. [S9] P. V. Thorne, Ged File from P.V. Thorne, John Hollinshead was about 5 years of age when his parents moved to Canada. He married in 1826 to Elizabeth Rush of Philadelphia. We know from Illinois History books that Elizabeth's Mother lived with them in Canada. The Hollinsheads did not come to Whiteside County until 1839, this we know is accurate. Therefore I am curious as to how a Canadian, met up with a young Philadelphia woman, married her presumably in Philadelphia, & took the Wife & Mom-in-Law to Canada. The Philadelphia Quaker Monthly Mettings were outgrowths of those in New Jersey & Philadelphia & there are numerous HOLLINGSHEADS in the Philadelphia Quaker Records. So I imagine, that on some Family visit, the 2 youngsters met &/or had their Marriage arranged for them.
    John definitely died in 1843. When his Father Jacob wrote his Will in 1845, John was deceased. John's last child was Emily, who was born Sep of 1843. Somtime after the conception of Emily in Jan of 1843 & before the end of the year, John Hollinshead died. Cause of death unknown. It had to be an illness or an accident.
    The Hollinshead Family is from Hollins in the Township of Sutton, Chester, England. They arrived in the Colony of New Jersey at the Town of Salem in 1677. I am still trying to identify the Immigrant Ancestor. UPDATE: The Immigrant Ancestor was JOHN HOLLINSHEAD from London. (P.V. Thorne).
  3. [S847] 15 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, 327.
  4. [S855] 23 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 82-83 (dwelling 179, family 179).
  5. [S757] M. A., Ph.D. Jane Harter Abbott and Lillian M. Wilson, Family Farwell, pg. 433.
  6. [S986] Hollinshead Family Bible, date only.
  7. [S43] Letter, Toinette Bezant to Robert Stewart, 12 Apr 1998.
  8. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film Number: 1760793 .
  9. [S5] Newspaper article (Fulton/Morrison, 4 Sep 1968) regarding the Hollinshead Family in Ustick Township., 4 Sep 1968, When John Hollinshead, patriarch of the family, was in Canada, he participated in the McKenzie Rebellion, also called the Patriot's War. It was told he had charge of a considerable amount of armament and ammunition and frustrated the efforts of the British to capture it.
    It is an interesting but seldom recalled fact that a small colony of settlers in Clyde Township were participants of the rebellion in Canada. Soon after the failure of their cause, they came to the township within a short period of time --- all in 1839.
    They included John Hollinshead, John Wilson, Donald Blue, Samuel Currie, Richard Beswick, Zachariah Dent, and William Wilson. The last named was captured by the British and served a term in jail.
    The so-called Patriot's War or McKenzie Rebellion was of brief duration. William Lyons McKenzie, a journalist, led the struggle for liberalization in government. His followers fought against the so-called Family Compact. They allegedly numbered 800-900. On Nov. 25, 1837, he proclaimed a provisional government for Upper Canada. After defeat, he fled to Navy Island in the Niagara River. It was United States property and he made forays from there. He was eventually captured by the United States government and put in prison for 11 months for violating neutrality laws..
  10. [S10] Charles Bent with R. L. Wilson, Whiteside County History, 1877, pg. 469.
  11. [S165] Brian Hollingshead, "Hollingshead, B.," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 19 Oct 1998.
  12. [S563] IL Census, 1810-90, pg. 266, id # IL43022591.
  13. [S1436] 1840 Census, unknown repository address.
  14. [S226] . .; ., Name Type Section Sect Township Range Meridian Acres Price Total Purchase Date Reside Volume Page Blank SocStat ID Corr-Tag County
    HOLLINSHEAD JOHN FD SWNE 07 22N 04E 4 40.00 1.25 50.00 MALE 04/01/1842 UNKNOWN WHITESIDE unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  15. [S531] Federal Land Patent Records, online http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/default.asp, Accession/Serial #: IL4460__.332, BLM Serial #: IL NO S/N, Document #: 12757, land office Galena.
  16. [S373] Obit for Daniel Hollinshead, a 25 aug 1926.

Thomas J. Knight

b. December 1829, d. 22 April 1843
Thomas J. Knight|b. Dec 1829\nd. 22 Apr 1843|p476.htm#i1010|George W. Knight Sr.|b. 5 Aug 1787\nd. 20 Feb 1864|p479.htm#i987|Lydia Abigail Duncan|b. c 1789\nd. 5 Mar 1831|p474.htm#i988|Captain Thomas Knight|b. 22 Apr 1741\nd. 1818|p471.htm#i989|Abigail Sealy|b. 18 Jan 1746\nd. 23 Apr 1791|p467.htm#i1000|||||||
FatherGeorge W. Knight Sr. b. 5 August 1787, d. 20 February 1864
MotherLydia Abigail Duncan b. circa 1789, d. 5 March 1831
     Thomas J. Knight was There is a Thomas J. Knight buried in the OLD HOLLINSHEAD CEMETERY. There is only a death date of 1843. Charles C Knight arrived Whiteside Co. about 1839 & this death occurred well before his marriage to Julia Ann Hollinshead. This is very likely another son of George W Knight that did not live long enough to get into the record book. UPDATE: 12 SEP 1994: THIS IS THE YOUNGEST CHILD OF GEORGE W kNIGHT & LYDIA ABIGAIL DUNCAN! PROOF FROM MAINE!


From GED file (and research of) Philip V. Thorne. Thomas J. Knight was buried in the Hollinshead Family Cemetery, Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois. He was born in December 1829 at Northport, Waldo County, Maine. Born 1810 or 1830. He was the son of George W. Knight Sr. and Lydia Abigail Duncan. Thomas J. Knight died on 22 April 1843 at Whiteside County, Illinois, at age 13 years and 4 months.

Private James Gambling1,2

b. 1752, d. 13 May 1843
Private James Gambling|b. 1752\nd. 13 May 1843|p476.htm#i24399|John Gambling|b. 1730\nd. b 5 Dec 1812|p470.htm#i29320|Mary Terry|b. s 1732|p257.htm#i29339|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Gambling1 b. 1730, d. before 5 December 1812
MotherMary Terry3 b. say 1732
     James Gambling of North Carolina is a Patriot Ancestor identified by the Dardanelle Rock Chapter, NSDAR. Private James Gambling was born in 1752 at North Carolina.1 He was the son of John Gambling and Mary Terry.1,3 Private James Gambling married Mary Stalcop, daughter of Erikus Stalcop and Mary Twiggs.1 Private James Gambling was a soldier of the Revolution and an aide of Gen. George Washington.3

In 1820, Private James Gambling was Head of Household on the census at Gallatin, Sumner County, Tennessee, Details provided: Head of Family. 1 male 16-20, 1 male 45+, 1 female to 26, 1 female 45+.. Enumerated with him were Mary Stalcop.

Private, North Carolina Line, $80.00 Annual Allowance $200.00 Amount Received March 21 1833 Pension Started Age 82 (1835 TN Pension Roll).2 Private James Gambling died on 13 May 1843 at Tennessee at age 91 years.1,4

Family

Mary Stalcop b. 1752, d. 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…
  2. [S1457] Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War, online http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/counties/sumner.htm
  3. [S1458] Unknown author, Kentucky: A History of the State, Allen County.
  4. [S1461] Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Deaths.

Cornelius Smock

b. 1765, d. 18 November 1843
Cornelius Smock|b. 1765\nd. 18 Nov 1843|p476.htm#i2208|Leonard Smock|b. 15 Apr 1730|p14.htm#i2009|Ann Fulkarson|b. c 1729|p30.htm#i3617|Barent Smock|b. a 1697\nd. b 1755|p462.htm#i3682|Maretje Beuis|b. a 1699|p32.htm#i3683|||||||
FatherLeonard Smock1 b. 15 April 1730
MotherAnn Fulkarson b. circa 1729
     Cornelius Smock was born in 1765 at New Jersey.1 He was the son of Leonard Smock and Ann Fulkarson.1 Cornelius Smock married Christianna (?) circa 1790.1 Cornelius Smock relocated to Crawford County, Pennsylvania, in 1800. He died on 18 November 1843 at Greenwood Township, Crawford County, New Jersey, at age 78 years.1

Family

Christianna (?) b. circa 1770
Children

Citations

  1. [S517] ? (Jason Mark Mushrush), ..

Louise of Two Sicilies1

b. 1804, d. 1844
Louise of Two Sicilies|b. 1804\nd. 1844|p476.htm#i27980|King Francis I of Two Sicilies|b. 1777\nd. 1830|p473.htm#i27981||||King F. I. of Naples|b. 1751\nd. 1825|p473.htm#i27982||||||||||
FatherKing Francis I of Two Sicilies1 b. 1777, d. 1830
     Louise of Two Sicilies was born in 1804.1 She was the daughter of King Francis I of Two Sicilies.1 Louise of Two Sicilies married Francis de Paula, son of King Charles IV of Spain, in 1819; His 1st.1 Louise of Two Sicilies died in 1844 at age 40 years.1

Family

Francis de Paula b. 1794, d. 1865
Child

Citations

  1. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 51.

Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha1,2

b. 1784, d. 1844
Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha|b. 1784\nd. 1844|p476.htm#i28872|Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|b. 1750\nd. 1806|p469.htm#i24338||||Ernest F., Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1800|p469.htm#i28849||||||||||
FatherFrancis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld1 b. 1750, d. 1806
     Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha was born in 1784.2 He was the son of Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld.1 Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha died in 1844 at age 60 years.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 50.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 41.

Sarah Smock

b. 8 January 1844, d. 9 February 1844
Sarah Smock|b. 8 Jan 1844\nd. 9 Feb 1844|p476.htm#i3115|John Abraham Smock|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 3 Apr 1864|p479.htm#i3103|Elizabeth Bradshaw|b. 16 Nov 1808\nd. 14 Nov 1844|p476.htm#i3106|Abraham Smock|b. 14 Feb 1779\nd. c 1845|p476.htm#i3100|Mary Stagg|b. c 1781|p24.htm#i3101|N. N. Bradshaw|b. c 1786|p49.htm#i5786||||
FatherJohn Abraham Smock b. 1 October 1801, d. 3 April 1864
MotherElizabeth Bradshaw b. 16 November 1808, d. 14 November 1844
     Sarah Smock and Abraham Smock were were twins on 4 January 1844. Sarah Smock was born on 8 January 1844 at Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of John Abraham Smock and Elizabeth Bradshaw. Sarah Smock died on 9 February 1844 at age 1 month and 1 day. Or 9 April. Sarah Smock was buried in the Smock Family Cemetery on Hardy Pike, Mercer County, Kentucky.

William Rush

b. 1749, d. April 1844
William Rush|b. 1749\nd. Apr 1844|p476.htm#i1432|Peter Rush Sr.|b. c 1728|p10.htm#i1329|Margaret ?||p10.htm#i1430|William Rush Sr.|b. 26 Feb 1708\nd. bt 1763 - 1764|p464.htm#i1180|Elizabeth Lewis|b. c 1706\nd. 1768|p464.htm#i1319|||||||
FatherPeter Rush Sr. b. circa 1728
MotherMargaret ?
     William Rush was Notes for William Rush:Was a Revolutionary War soldier. He married in New Jersey, his wife died shortly after. He supposedly never remarried, but a grandson Matthias Rush (born on October 4, 1814) writes about him and his military record later. He moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania. The following affidavit was filed on March 1823 by Michael Rush, William Rush's brother, supporting William's application for a pension from the Revolutionary War. (Special thanks to Luther Olson, Lyndhurst, Ohio for this information taken from his website on the Internet February 4, 1997.): 'I am the elder brother of William Rush who has subscribed and sworn to the annexed declaration in order to obtain a pension, and am now about eighty-nine years old. During the whole of the Revolutionary War, the said William Rush lived or boarded with me. I was at the time married and keeping house in Morris County, New Jersey, and he was an unmarried man. To my personal knowledge he was in the service of the United States during a part of every year from September 1776, to the termination of said war. The whole military force of New Jersey was divided into two Classes - - one of which went out one month and then the other one month and so on alternately throughout the whole Revolutionary struggle. My brother, William, belonged to one of these classes and was always prompt to go whenever his country demanded his services. I know that my brother on all occasions when he was out was under the command of Gen. William Wines - - Colonel's Stark, Luce, Drake, and Seeley; also held commands in the militia of Moris County, New Jersey. My brother belonged to a company commanded by Capt. Nathanial Horton, in which company he was an orderly sargeant for several tours. I also served two months and a half in the same company and under the same officers. I know also that the said William was out as a substitute one and a half months in the Revolution, viz: one-half month for myself and one month for our brother, Jacob Rush. I know also that this applicant has served all seasons of the year - - summer-winter and fall, yet although I have a good recollection for a man of my age, I cannot pretend to designate the particular months in which he served in any one year, yet I well know that he was out several months of each of the years 1777, 1778, 1779, 1781, 1782, 1783 and also I know that he served for one if not two months in the autumn of 1776, when the British had posession of New York City. To the best of my knowledge and belief I would have no hesitancy in saying as a volunteer, a drafted militiaman and substitute, all inclusive, William Rush served from three to four months in each and every of the years I have designated, except 1776, when I believe he was out only one or two months. I recollect this claimant once told me immediately after he returned from a winter campaign, that he had been at Elizabethtown and Amboy and that the detachment had had a skirmish in which they had captured a cart and load of clothing and a yoke of oxen and a horse, and that he had been cheated out of his share of the plunder, I now recollect many things he told me in these times which he has forgotten. His memory is almost entirely failed and his mind is also fast failing. I suppose the reason why I cannot now recollect the paticular times and months he was in the service, results from this, that he was out so often, in so many different years, and only for a month at once - - the matters have become so confused in my head that although I recollect the general circumstances, I cannot now descend to particulars. I believe that William Rush served at least three tours of one month each as orderly sargeant, besides losing much time when he was not out in the service, mustering and drilling the Company. And further this deponeth said not. Sworn and subscribed this 22nd day of March, A.D., 1834.' Michael Rush, Sen. In 1903, William's grandson, Matthias Rush, wrote in his 'History Of The Rush Family' this excerpt. (Special thanks again to Luther Olson, Lyndhurst Ohio for the following): 'I knew and talked to my grandfather prior to his death, and he often told me that he served three months in the militia of New Jersey during the Revolutionary War at the time the British overran the state, and further stated many other little incidents that took place in the army; there is one thing that I remember much of which I will state according to the best of my memory; he saw the Hessian prisoners, they were much cast down, our officers sent men in among them, they were anxious to be sent home. They were told their Prince had sold them: they had no country; stay here, marry our daughters and make this your country.'. He was born in 1749 at Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter Rush Sr. and Margaret ?. William Rush was Unknown GEDCOM info: Military between 1776 and 1783 at Revolutionary War. He died in April 1844 at age 95 years.

Sarah Smock

b. 16 February 1799, d. 25 April 1844
Sarah Smock|b. 16 Feb 1799\nd. 25 Apr 1844|p476.htm#i3474|John Smock Jr.|b. 2 Apr 1767\nd. 5 Aug 1824|p473.htm#i3094|Antje Van Arsdalen|b. 8 Sep 1771\nd. 6 May 1846|p476.htm#i3095|Private John Smock Sr.|b. 3 Jun 1739\nd. Jul 1812|p470.htm#i2533|Sara Fonteyn|b. 19 Apr 1741\nd. 23 Jun 1818|p471.htm#i3072|Simon Van Arsdalen|b. c 1751|p29.htm#i3464|Aaltje Cozine|b. c 1751|p29.htm#i3465|
FatherJohn Smock Jr. b. 2 April 1767, d. 5 August 1824
MotherAntje Van Arsdalen b. 8 September 1771, d. 6 May 1846
     Also called Sally. Sarah Smock was born on 16 February 1799 at Mercer County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of John Smock Jr. and Antje Van Arsdalen. As of 18 December 1823,her married name was Mann.1 Sarah Smock married Andrew Mann on 18 December 1823 at Mercer County, Kentucky.1 Sarah Smock died on 25 April 1844 at Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 45 years, 2 months and 9 days.

Family

Andrew Mann b. circa 1799

Citations

  1. [S55] Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages, Kentuck to 1850.

Abraham Smock

b. 4 January 1844, d. 18 June 1844
Abraham Smock|b. 4 Jan 1844\nd. 18 Jun 1844|p476.htm#i3114|John Abraham Smock|b. 1 Oct 1801\nd. 3 Apr 1864|p479.htm#i3103|Elizabeth Bradshaw|b. 16 Nov 1808\nd. 14 Nov 1844|p476.htm#i3106|Abraham Smock|b. 14 Feb 1779\nd. c 1845|p476.htm#i3100|Mary Stagg|b. c 1781|p24.htm#i3101|N. N. Bradshaw|b. c 1786|p49.htm#i5786||||
FatherJohn Abraham Smock b. 1 October 1801, d. 3 April 1864
MotherElizabeth Bradshaw b. 16 November 1808, d. 14 November 1844
     Abraham Smock was born on 4 January 1844 at Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky. He and Sarah Smock were were twins on 4 January 1844. Abraham Smock was the son of John Abraham Smock and Elizabeth Bradshaw. Abraham Smock died on 18 June 1844 at Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 5 months and 14 days. Abraham Smock was buried in the Smock Family Cemetery on Hardy Pike, Mercer County, Kentucky.

Pvt. George N. Schamp1,2

b. 10 November 1751, d. 17 September 1844
Pvt. George N. Schamp|b. 10 Nov 1751\nd. 17 Sep 1844|p476.htm#i2025|Nicolaes Schamp|b. c 1708\nd. bt 23 Oct 1752 - 3 Jan 1754|p461.htm#i4259|Antje Aten|b. 25 Mar 1719\nd. 1813|p470.htm#i4260|Justis Schamp|b. b 23 Aug 1676\nd. bt 28 May 1760 - 14 Jun 1760|p463.htm#i4211|Margrietje Lock|b. 20 Dec 1682\nd. 11 Dec 1771|p465.htm#i4226|Adriaen Aten|b. 4 Sep 1695\nd. 11 Dec 1757|p463.htm#i4261|Jacobje Middagh|b. 24 Oct 1693\nd. 16 May 1782|p466.htm#i4262|
FatherNicolaes Schamp2 b. circa 1708, d. between 23 October 1752 and 3 January 1754
MotherAntje Aten b. 25 March 1719, d. 1813
     Also called Joost Scamp. Also called George N. Scamp Per the 1840 Pensioner Record.3 Also called Scomp. Pvt. George N. Schamp was baptized on 10 November 1751 at the North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Somerset County, New Jersey.4,2,5 The 2nd son, but named after his father's father, a variation on Dutch tradition. He was the son of Nicolaes Schamp and Antje Aten.2 Pvt. George N. Schamp witnessed the will of Justis Schamp on 28 May 1760 at Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; Just days before his death, Joost, described as "...weak of Body but sound of Mind and memory" made his last will and testament. Executed at his plantation in "the Township of Reading in the County of Hunterdon," Joost very carefully divided his vast land holdings among his surving children and grandchildren. By it his wife was given the use of the entire estate during her widowhood. At her death or previous to remarriage the estate was to be divided as follows: The two sons of his deceased eldest son George were to receive 1832 acres of the Somerset tract. Another 183 acres of this tract were to be given to the two sons of Nicholas. One hundred acres of this same tract were given to the children of his daughter Janneka, late wife of Dirck Marlet, to be divided among them. The rest was to be divided among his living heirs, both children and grandchildren. The Hunterdon tract was to be divided among the three remaining children. His daughter, Staunchy (aka Christine), wife of Jacobus Cocks, was given a parcel of 111 acres. Another 111 acres went to his daughter Hannah, of who marriage no trace has yet appeared, and the remainder, 278 acres, fell to his son Hendrick, this portion containing the homestead and appears to have been the choice heritage. The two sons of his son George, George and Peter, were to give their five sisters the sum of sixteen pounds each. Not forgotten, Anita, the daughter of Nicholas was to recieve from her brothers a dower equal to that of her five cousins combined, namely eighty pounds. Executors of the will were Hendrick Schomp, his friend George Reading, and his son-in-law Jacobus Cocks.6 Pvt. George N. Schamp served in the American Revolution as a private in the New Jersey troops circa 1776. He married Maria Smock, daughter of Private John Smock Sr. and Sara Fonteyn, on 5 February 1779 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Conewago Colony, York County, Pennsylvania; Married by the Rev. Cornelius Cozine.7 Pvt. George N. Schamp was asked to release the land of his late brother, Adrian, on 19 March 1787 at Hillsborough Township, Somerset County, New Jersey. "This is to certify whom it may concern that on the 19 day of March, 1787, the Executors of Adrian Schomp, deceased, did request of Jost Schomp, brother of said Adrian, to release the land according to the word brought in by the administrators, which he refused before." Signed by Jeromis Waldron, Harman Van Deripe, John Low.8

In 1789, Pvt. George N. Schamp appeared on the census at Hillsborough Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, Details provided: Appeared on a Tax List.9

He took an ad out in the 25 Aug 1790 edition of the Pennsylvania Gazette written from his home on 30 June 1790 at Hilsborough township, Somerset County, New Jersey. "THIS is to certify, that my wife Mary Schamp has eloped from my bed and board unknown to me, and has taken all my children with her, namely, Peter, Anne, John, Henry and Sarah, without any just cause or provocation. These are therefore to forwarn all persons from trusting or harbouring of her, or any of them upon my account, as I am fully determined to pay no debts of her contracting from the day of the date hereof. But let her return home with what she took away, in a short time, or a few days. GEORGE N. SCHAMP." He appeared in a Revolutionary War Pensioners listing, age 89, on 1 June 1840 at Hillsborough Township, Somerset County, New Jersey.3 He was a veteran of the American Revolution.5 He died on 17 September 1844 at age 92 years, 10 months and 7 days.

Family

Maria Smock b. 15 June 1760
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol 66, pg 31, DAR ID# 65085 & Vol 74, pg 64, DAR ID# 73164.
  2. [S153] Newsletter Editor, "The Schomp Family".
  3. [S337] Unknown compiler, Somerset Quarterly Vol. V, pg 197, SOMERSET COUNTY REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS.
  4. [S350] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. IV.
  5. [S409] Maxine Batman, Knox County History, pg. 467.
  6. [S157] Rev. Oscar M. Vorhees, "The Jerseyman," Vol. 7, No. 4, November, 1901.
  7. [S377] Letter, David L. Smock to Robert B. Stewart, 24 Mar 1999.
  8. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, The Estate of Adrian Schomp.
  9. [S566] Colonial NJ 1607-1789, ., ., pg. 1510.

Elizabeth Bradshaw

b. 16 November 1808, d. 14 November 1844
Elizabeth Bradshaw|b. 16 Nov 1808\nd. 14 Nov 1844|p476.htm#i3106|N. N. Bradshaw|b. c 1786|p49.htm#i5786||||||||||||||||
FatherN. N. Bradshaw b. circa 1786
     Elizabeth Bradshaw was born on 16 November 1808. She was the daughter of N. N. Bradshaw. Elizabeth Bradshaw married John Abraham Smock, son of Abraham Smock and Mary Stagg, circa 1830. As of circa 1830,her married name was Smock. Elizabeth Bradshaw died on 14 November 1844 at Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 35 years, 11 months and 29 days. Elizabeth Bradshaw was buried in the Smock Family Cemetery on Hardy Pike, Mercer County, Kentucky.

Family

John Abraham Smock b. 1 October 1801, d. 3 April 1864
Children

William Haines

b. 17 April 1768, d. 20 November 1844
William Haines|b. 17 Apr 1768\nd. 20 Nov 1844|p476.htm#i386|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|Samuel Haines Sr.|b. 24 Jan 1705\nd. 1748/49|p461.htm#i320|Lydia Stokes|b. 13 May 1710\nd. 22 Jun 1788|p467.htm#i328|William Busby|b. 10 May 1714\nd. 5 Sep 1759|p463.htm#i401|Mary Wills|b. c 1723|p3.htm#i402|
FatherSamuel Haines Jr. b. 16 January 1742, d. 16 January 1821
MotherElizabeth Busby b. 23 September 1745, d. 6 March 1786
     William Haines was born on 17 April 1768 at Rancocas, Burlington County, New Jersey. He was the son of Samuel Haines Jr. and Elizabeth Busby. William Haines married Mary Eayre in 1793 at New Jersey. William Haines died on 20 November 1844 at King Twp, York, Ontario, Canada, at age 76 years, 7 months and 3 days. William Haines was buried in the Anglican Cemetery, Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Mary Eayre

Abraham Smock

b. 14 February 1779, d. circa 1845
Abraham Smock|b. 14 Feb 1779\nd. c 1845|p476.htm#i3100|Private John Smock Sr.|b. 3 Jun 1739\nd. Jul 1812|p470.htm#i2533|Sara Fonteyn|b. 19 Apr 1741\nd. 23 Jun 1818|p471.htm#i3072|Matthias M. Smock|b. a 1706\nd. 11 May 1791|p467.htm#i2028|Maritje Buys|b. 17 Oct 1716|p19.htm#i2531|Carel Fonteyn|b. 24 Apr 1692|p24.htm#i3073|Sarah Nolan|b. c 1708|p24.htm#i3074|
FatherPrivate John Smock Sr. b. 3 June 1739, d. July 1812
MotherSara Fonteyn b. 19 April 1741, d. 23 June 1818
     Abraham Smock was baptized on 14 February 1779 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Conewago Colony, York (now Adams) County, Pennsylvania; "Smack, Jan and Sara Vantyn--Abraham."1 He was the son of Private John Smock Sr. and Sara Fonteyn. Abraham Smock married Mary Stagg on 29 December 1800 at Haroldsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky. Abraham Smock died circa 1845 at Kentucky.2

Family

Mary Stagg b. circa 1781
Children

Citations

  1. [S350] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. IV, No. 4, October 1915, pg. 266-.
  2. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository.
  3. [S177] Bob Smock, "E-mail from Bob Smock," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 29 Nov 98, "I was given this information by David L. Smock, Sources: Marrianna Crossland Hamilton, Mrs Ruth Wycoff, and Hugh Hoffman.".

Elizabeth du Bois

b. 1775, d. 1845
Elizabeth du Bois|b. 1775\nd. 1845|p476.htm#i2089|Benjamin du Bois|b. 30 Mar 1739\nd. 1827|p473.htm#i2353|Phebe Denise Domine|b. 1743\nd. 1839|p475.htm#i2354|Louis du Bois|b. 9 Jun 1695\nd. 1784|p466.htm#i2347|Margrietje J. van Ceulen|b. 4 Jun 1699|p17.htm#i2351|||||||
FatherBenjamin du Bois b. 30 March 1739, d. 1827
MotherPhebe Denise Domine b. 1743, d. 1839
     Elizabeth du Bois was born in 1775. She was the daughter of Benjamin du Bois and Phebe Denise Domine. Elizabeth du Bois married John H. Smock, son of Hendrick Smock and Sarah Lane, on 27 November 1804. Elizabeth du Bois died in 1845 at age 70 years.

Family

John H. Smock b. 27 September 1781, d. 1865
Children

Maria Van Schaack

b. 1773, d. 3 February 1845
Maria Van Schaack|b. 1773\nd. 3 Feb 1845|p476.htm#i19190|Cornelius Van Schaack Jr.|b. c 1747\nd. 18 Mar 1797|p468.htm#i19199|Angeltje Yates|b. 6 Jul 1752|p171.htm#i19200|Cornelius Van Schaack Sr.|b. 17 Oct 1705\nd. 13 Oct 1776|p465.htm#i19201|Lydia Van Dyck|b. 16 Jul 1704\nd. 10 Jun 1785|p467.htm#i19202|||||||
FatherCornelius Van Schaack Jr. b. circa 1747, d. 18 March 1797
MotherAngeltje Yates b. 6 July 1752
     Maria Van Schaack was born in 1773. She was the daughter of Cornelius Van Schaack Jr. and Angeltje Yates. Maria Van Schaack married Jacobus Roosevelt, son of Jacobus Roosevelt and Annetje Bogert, on 8 March 1793. Maria Van Schaack died on 3 February 1845 at age 72 years.

Family

Jacobus Roosevelt b. 25 October 1759, d. 13 August 1840
Child

Nathan Thayer Sr.1

b. 29 October 1769, d. April 1845
Nathan Thayer Sr.|b. 29 Oct 1769\nd. Apr 1845|p476.htm#i15911|Jeremiah Thayer Sr.|b. 11 Mar 1725\nd. a 1805|p469.htm#i11019|Alice Holbrook|b. 9 Nov 1728|p87.htm#i11020|Ebenezer Thayer of Mendon|b. 6 Sep 1697\nd. a 1772|p465.htm#i11021|Sarah|b. c 1701\nd. b 1772|p465.htm#i20352|William Holbrook|b. 28 Mar 1694\nd. c 1776|p465.htm#i11217|Hopestill Read|b. 1 Apr 1698\nd. 16 Mar 1762|p463.htm#i11218|
FatherJeremiah Thayer Sr.1,2 b. 11 March 1725, d. after 1805
MotherAlice Holbrook1,3 b. 9 November 1728
     Nathan Thayer Sr. was born on 29 October 1769 at Richmond, New Hampshire.1,3 He was the son of Jeremiah Thayer Sr. and Alice Holbrook.1,2,3 Nathan Thayer Sr. married Sally Abbott, daughter of Corporal Obed Abbott and Elizabeth Edmunds, in 1793.3 Nathan Thayer Sr. relocated to Waitsfield, Washington (then Chittenden) County, Vermont, circa 1805.3

In 1805, Nathan Thayer Sr. appeared on the census at Waitsfield, Vermont, Details provided: rated for the poll tax.4



In 1810, Nathan Thayer Sr. appeared on the census at Waitsfield, Washington (then Chittenden) County, Vermont.5



In 1820, Nathan Thayer Sr. appeared on the census at Waitsfield, Washington County, Vermont.6

He relocated to Warren, Washington County, Vermont, between 1820 and 1830; He was only "a few years" in Waitsfield before he removed to Warren.3,7

In 1830, Nathan Thayer Sr. appeared on the census at Warren, Washington County, Vermont.8



In 1840, Nathan Thayer Sr. appeared on the census at Warren, Washington County, Vermont.9

He died in April 1845 at Warren?, Vermont, at age 75 years and 5 months.3

Family

Sally Abbott b. 3 April 1762, d. 9 November 1838
Children

Citations

  1. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3531. I E. JEREMIAH THAYER.
  2. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 484, "(Jeremiah,5 Ebenezer,4 Ebenezer,3 Ferdinando,2 Thomas1)" Which is wrong. Corrected: (Jeremiah,5 Ebenezer,4 Isaac,3 Ferdinando,2 Thomas1), .
  3. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 484.
  4. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 20.
  5. [S817] Census Index, 1810 VT Census Index, page 138 (orig record pg 187).
  6. [S817] Census Index, 1820 VT Census Index, page 343 (orig record pg 43).
  7. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 405, daughter Sarah marries Aaron Palmer 2 Apr 1832, at which time Nathan is referred to as "of Warren.".
  8. [S817] Census Index, 1830 VT Census Index, page 435 (orig record pg 295).
  9. [S817] Census Index, 1840 VT Census Index, page 512 (orig record pg 277).
  10. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 485.

James Irvine Rush

d. 2 May 1845
James Irvine Rush|d. 2 May 1845|p476.htm#i1309|Joseph Rush|b. 3 Jan 1719/20\nd. 20 Dec 1798|p468.htm#i1161|Elizabeth Hilton|d. 4 Jul 1756|p462.htm#i1305|William Rush|b. 1688\nd. 31 Jan 1732/33|p458.htm#i1117|Elizabeth Hodges|b. c 1682\nd. 15 Apr 1755|p462.htm#i1118|||||||
FatherJoseph Rush b. 3 January 1719/20, d. 20 December 1798
MotherElizabeth Hilton d. 4 July 1756
     James Irvine Rush was the son of Joseph Rush and Elizabeth Hilton. James Irvine Rush was More About James Irvine Rush: Fact 1: Went into business with father-in-law Oliver Evans.. He married Ann Evans, daughter of Oliver Evans, on 2 August 1807 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. James Irvine Rush died on 2 May 1845.

Family

Ann Evans b. 1787
Children

Jacob Hollinshead Jr.

b. 5 June 1766, d. 3 November 1845
Jacob Hollinshead Jr.|b. 5 Jun 1766\nd. 3 Nov 1845|p476.htm#i98|Jacob Hollinshead Sr.|b. 16 Dec 1732\nd. 19 Dec 1819|p472.htm#i102|Mary Hollinshead|b. 30 Sep 1737\nd. 7 Aug 1814|p471.htm#i103|William Hollinshead Jr.|b. 23 Dec 1702\nd. a 7 Sep 1741|p459.htm#i119|Hannah Rudderow|b. c 1707|p1.htm#i120|Hugh Hollinshead|b. c 1714\nd. c 20 Oct 1770|p465.htm#i124|Anna Eves|b. c 1714\nd. Mar 1784|p467.htm#i125|
FatherJacob Hollinshead Sr.1 b. 16 December 1732, d. 19 December 1819
MotherMary Hollinshead1 b. 30 September 1737, d. 7 August 1814
      As 3rd son, named after his father, per Quaker tradition. Jacob Hollinshead Jr. was born on 5 June 1766 at New Nile, Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.2 He was the son of Jacob Hollinshead Sr. and Mary Hollinshead.1 Jacob Hollinshead Jr. was a member of the Society of Friends, or a Quaker as they were also known by outside groups. He married Mary Haines, daughter of Samuel Haines Jr. and Elizabeth Busby, on 15 July 1789 at the Ancocas Meeting House, Burlington County, New Jersey; Marriage recorded by the Burlington Monthly Meeting.1,3 Jacob Hollinshead Jr. was a Hatter by trade. He moved northward with his family and joined his uncle, Anthony, in Upper Canada between April 1803 and 1804 at Canada.4

In 1837, Jacob Hollinshead Jr. appeared on the census at King Township, Home District, Ontario, Canada, Details provided: Two Jacob Hollingsheads are shown. One owned concession 1, lot 81, and the other concession 7, lot 5. Both lots in King Township. Other Hollinsheads lived nearby. Eli, Samuel, A(nthony?), etc; all in the same township, most all in neighboring lots and concessions.

He left a will on 30 June 1845 at York District, Ontario, Canada. He died on 3 November 1845 at King Township, York, Home District, Ontario, Canada, at age 79 years, 4 months and 29 days. Jacob Hollinshead Jr. was buried in New Market Quaker Cemetery. His estate was probated on 7 February 1846 at King Township, York, Home District, Ontario, Canada; An inventory was made of his personal property and is as follows: 1 Farm-800 pounds; 2 (5 year old colts) 10 pounds each; 2 cows-3 pounds each; 1 Sleigh-3 pounds; 1 Tanning Mill-10 shillings; 1 Cutting Box-15 shillings; 1 Plough-3 pounds; 6 sheep-3 pounds; 1 (2) horse wagon-8 pounds; 1 (1) horse wagon-10 pounds; 1 Carriage-1 pound 13 shillings; 1 case of drawers-1 pound 10 shillings; 2 tables-10 shillings; 1/2 dozen chairs-10 shillings; 3 beds-8 pounds. P.V. Thorne has copies of his Last Will & Testament, including his signature.5

Family

Mary Haines b. 15 November 1770, d. after 27 February 1846
Children

Citations

  1. [S655] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, pg. 232.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 456603 - Sealings for the dead, couples and children (includes some living spouses and children) 1943-1970; heir indexes, 1943-1965 Church of Jesus Christ of LDS, Salt Lake Temple.
  3. [S48] A(sa) M(atlack) Stackhouse, Stackhouse, pg. 17.
  4. [S43] Letter, Toinette Bezant to Robert Stewart, 12 Apr 1998.
  5. [S9] P. V. Thorne, Ged File from P.V. Thorne.

William Russell

b. circa 1816, d. 1846
     William Russell was born circa 1816. He married Catharina Wenner before 1836. William Russell died in 1846.

Family

Catharina Wenner b. 25 October 1815, d. 1841
Child

Mary Haines

b. 15 November 1770, d. after 27 February 1846
Mary Haines|b. 15 Nov 1770\nd. a 27 Feb 1846|p476.htm#i101|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|Samuel Haines Sr.|b. 24 Jan 1705\nd. 1748/49|p461.htm#i320|Lydia Stokes|b. 13 May 1710\nd. 22 Jun 1788|p467.htm#i328|William Busby|b. 10 May 1714\nd. 5 Sep 1759|p463.htm#i401|Mary Wills|b. c 1723|p3.htm#i402|
FatherSamuel Haines Jr.1 b. 16 January 1742, d. 16 January 1821
MotherElizabeth Busby1 b. 23 September 1745, d. 6 March 1786
      Mary Haines was a Quaker. She was born on 15 November 1770 at New Nile, Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Dave Hollinhead's Aunt has 10 Nov 1770. She was the daughter of Samuel Haines Jr. and Elizabeth Busby.1 Mary Haines married Jacob Hollinshead Jr., son of Jacob Hollinshead Sr. and Mary Hollinshead, on 15 July 1789 at the Ancocas Meeting House, Burlington County, New Jersey; Marriage recorded by the Burlington Monthly Meeting.1,2 Mary Haines was a witness where Jacob Hollinshead Jr. moved northward with his family and joined his uncle, Anthony, in Upper Canada between April 1803 and 1804 at Canada.3 Mary Haines died after 27 February 1846 at King Township, York, Home District, Ontario, Canada. Mary Haines was buried in Kettlery?, Canada.

Family

Jacob Hollinshead Jr. b. 5 June 1766, d. 3 November 1845
Children

Citations

  1. [S655] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, pg. 232.
  2. [S48] A(sa) M(atlack) Stackhouse, Stackhouse, pg. 17.
  3. [S43] Letter, Toinette Bezant to Robert Stewart, 12 Apr 1998.

Captain Alpheus Thayer1,2

b. 20 December 1764, d. 27 April 1846
Captain Alpheus Thayer|b. 20 Dec 1764\nd. 27 Apr 1846|p476.htm#i20523|Lt. Elias Thayer|b. 22 Jun 1741\nd. 10 Sep 1806|p470.htm#i15900|Hannah Ellis|b. c 1744\nd. 23 Oct 1822|p472.htm#i20516|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr.|b. 12 Apr 1699\nd. 3 May 1771|p465.htm#i15672|Hannah Green|b. 21 Feb 1707\nd. 20 Feb 1783|p466.htm#i15882|||||||
FatherLt. Elias Thayer1 b. 22 June 1741, d. 10 September 1806
MotherHannah Ellis1 b. circa 1744, d. 23 October 1822
     Captain Alpheus Thayer was born on 20 December 1764 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lt. Elias Thayer and Hannah Ellis.1 Captain Alpheus Thayer married Elizabeth Bates on 16 August 1787 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.3 Captain Alpheus Thayer died on 27 April 1846 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 81 years, 4 months and 7 days. He died a widower, of a liver complaint.4

Family

Elizabeth Bates b. circa 1767, d. 29 September 1842
Children

Citations

  1. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 63.
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 214, "Elisabath, w. Capt. Alphaus".
  3. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 148.
  4. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 214, "Alpheus, widr., s. Elias and Hannah, liver complaint," a. 81 y. 3 m. 27 d. [Apr. 17, a. 81, C.R.] [Capt. Alpheus, Apr. 17, a. 81, G.R.2.] [Capt. Alphaus, Apr. 17, a. 81, P.R.1.] .
  5. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 65.
  6. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 66.
  7. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64.
  8. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 62.

Antje Van Arsdalen

b. 8 September 1771, d. 6 May 1846
Antje Van Arsdalen|b. 8 Sep 1771\nd. 6 May 1846|p476.htm#i3095|Simon Van Arsdalen|b. c 1751|p29.htm#i3464|Aaltje Cozine|b. c 1751|p29.htm#i3465|||||||||||||
FatherSimon Van Arsdalen b. circa 1751
MotherAaltje Cozine b. circa 1751
     Also called Annie. Antje Van Arsdalen was born on 8 September 1771 at Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Simon Van Arsdalen and Aaltje Cozine. Antje Van Arsdalen married John Smock Jr., son of Private John Smock Sr. and Sara Fonteyn, in 1788. As of 1788,her married name was Smock. Antje Van Arsdalen died on 6 May 1846 at Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 74 years, 7 months and 28 days.

Family

John Smock Jr. b. 2 April 1767, d. 5 August 1824
Children

John V. Sebern

b. 8 October 1791, d. 16 November 1846
     John V. Sebern was born on 8 October 1791 at Neshanic, Somerset County, New Jersey. He married Catherine Smock, daughter of Jacob Smock and Catherine Demaree, circa 1816. John V. Sebern died on 16 November 1846 at Johnson County, Indiana, at age 55 years, 1 month and 8 days.

Family

Catherine Smock b. 24 July 1793, d. 7 December 1853
Children

Judge Joseph Lyman1

b. 1767, d. 1847
Judge Joseph Lyman|b. 1767\nd. 1847|p476.htm#i25066|Joseph Lyman|b. 1731\nd. 1804|p469.htm#i25065|Mary Sheldon|b. 1731\nd. 1805|p469.htm#i25064|||||||Benjamin Sheldon|b. c 1697\nd. 1773|p465.htm#i25063|Mary Strong|b. 1701\nd. c 1776|p465.htm#i25062|
FatherJoseph Lyman1 b. 1731, d. 1804
MotherMary Sheldon1 b. 1731, d. 1805
     Judge Joseph Lyman was born in 1767.1 He was the son of Joseph Lyman and Mary Sheldon.1 Judge Joseph Lyman married Anne Jean Robbins.2 Judge Joseph Lyman died in 1847 at age 80 years.1

Family

Anne Jean Robbins b. 1789, d. 1867
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 649.
  2. [S694] ., B:PF, remarkable kinships chart #8.

James Roosevelt

b. 10 January 1760, d. 6 February 1847
James Roosevelt|b. 10 Jan 1760\nd. 6 Feb 1847|p476.htm#i19178|Isaac Roosevelt|b. 8 Dec 1726\nd. 13 Oct 1794|p468.htm#i19180|Cornelia Hoffman|b. 13 Aug 1734\nd. 13 Nov 1789|p467.htm#i19181|Jacobus Roosevelt|b. 28 Feb 1692\nd. b 5 May 1776|p465.htm#i19182|Catherine Hardenbroek|b. 20 Feb 1694\nd. a 1739|p459.htm#i19183|Martin Hoffman||p66.htm#i25053|Tryntje Benson||p79.htm#i25054|
FatherIsaac Roosevelt b. 8 December 1726, d. 13 October 1794
MotherCornelia Hoffman b. 13 August 1734, d. 13 November 1789
     James Roosevelt was born on 10 January 1760. He was the son of Isaac Roosevelt and Cornelia Hoffman. James Roosevelt married Maria Eliza Walton on 15 November 1786. James Roosevelt died on 6 February 1847 at age 87 years and 27 days.

Family

Maria Eliza Walton b. 15 March 1769, d. 22 March 1810
Child

Chloe Smith1

b. 10 November 1762, d. 17 February 1847
Chloe Smith|b. 10 Nov 1762\nd. 17 Feb 1847|p476.htm#i23182|Colonel and Deacon Israel Smith|b. 2 Apr 1739\nd. 1811|p470.htm#i23181|Abigail Chandler|b. 11 Sep 1741\nd. 1791|p467.htm#i23180|||||||Isaac Chandler|b. c 1717\nd. 5 Jun 1787|p467.htm#i23178|Abigail Hale|b. 1718\nd. 1796|p468.htm#i23179|
FatherColonel and Deacon Israel Smith1 b. 2 April 1739, d. 1811
MotherAbigail Chandler1 b. 11 September 1741, d. 1791
     Chloe Smith was born on 10 November 1762 at South Hadley, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of Colonel and Deacon Israel Smith and Abigail Chandler.1 Chloe Smith married Rutherford Hayes in 1779 at Windsor, Connecticut.1,2 Chloe Smith died on 17 February 1847 at Brattleboro, Vermont, at age 84 years, 3 months and 7 days.1,2

Family

Rutherford Hayes b. 29 July 1756, d. 25 September 1836
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 485.
  2. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 33.
  3. [S694] ., B:PF, pg. 344.

Sarah Thayer1

b. 5 August 1776, d. 20 June 1847
Sarah Thayer|b. 5 Aug 1776\nd. 20 Jun 1847|p476.htm#i11209|Caleb Thayer|b. 7 Jan 1748/49\nd. 1778|p466.htm#i11017|Susannah Threshere|b. c 1751|p87.htm#i11018|Jeremiah Thayer Sr.|b. 11 Mar 1725\nd. a 1805|p469.htm#i11019|Alice Holbrook|b. 9 Nov 1728|p87.htm#i11020|Barnabas Thresher|b. 1725?|p206.htm#i23213|Rebecca Sweetland|b. 9 Sep 1727|p206.htm#i23253|
FatherCaleb Thayer1 b. 7 January 1748/49, d. 1778
MotherSusannah Threshere1 b. circa 1751
     Sarah Thayer was born on 5 August 1776 at Richmond, Chesire County, New Hampshire.1,2 She was the daughter of Caleb Thayer and Susannah Threshere.1 Sarah Thayer married Samuel Fyfe on 1 April 1819 at Richmond, Chesire County, New Hampshire.1 Sarah Thayer died on 20 June 1847 at Elmore, Lamoille County, Vermont, at age 70 years, 10 months and 15 days.1

Family

Samuel Fyfe b. 1773

Citations

  1. [S258] Hampton VA Jerry Thayer, "Thayer Family E-mail," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 22 Sep 99.
  2. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3532. I F. CALEB THAYER - "born 1776".

Harriet Howard1

b. 27 March 1782, d. 27 July 1847
Harriet Howard|b. 27 Mar 1782\nd. 27 Jul 1847|p476.htm#i19112|Samuel Howard|b. c 1752\nd. Jan 1797|p468.htm#i21707|Anna Lillie|b. c 1760\nd. Dec 1804|p469.htm#i19111|||||||John Lillie|b. 8 Aug 1728|p171.htm#i19110|Abigail Breck|b. 19 Jun 1732\nd. 28 Oct 1819|p472.htm#i21708|
FatherSamuel Howard2 b. circa 1752, d. January 1797
MotherAnna Lillie1 b. circa 1760, d. December 1804
     Harriet Howard was born on 27 March 1782 at Boston, Massachusetts.3 She was the daughter of Samuel Howard and Anna Lillie.1,2 Marriage banns for Harriet Howard and Samuel Prescott Phillips Fay were published on 31 July 1803 at Cambridge, Massachusetts; Intentions.1,4 Harriet Howard died on 27 July 1847 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, at age 65 years and 4 months.3

Family

Samuel Prescott Phillips Fay b. 10 January 1778, d. 18 May 1856
Child

Citations

  1. [S666] Royal Descents, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/~brigitte/bush/…
  2. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #138.
  3. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #69.
  4. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #68.

John Smock

b. 26 January 1787, d. 14 October 1847
John Smock|b. 26 Jan 1787\nd. 14 Oct 1847|p476.htm#i3390|Barnes Smock|b. 5 Oct 1738|p14.htm#i2078|Antje Cozine|b. 16 Sep 1750|p28.htm#i3337|Hendrick Smock|b. 16 Oct 1698\nd. 30 May 1747|p460.htm#i2033|Mary G. Schenck|b. 1 Nov 1699\nd. 1 Sep 1747|p460.htm#i2034|Dominee Cornelius Cozine|b. 4 Nov 1718\nd. c 1786|p467.htm#i3355|Antje Staats|b. c 1730|p24.htm#i3356|
FatherBarnes Smock b. 5 October 1738
MotherAntje Cozine b. 16 September 1750
     John Smock was born on 26 January 1787 at Mercer County, Kentucky. He was the son of Barnes Smock and Antje Cozine. John Smock married Anne Gray on 1 June 1809 at Mercer County, Kentucky.1 John Smock was a witness where Barnes Smock and Antje Cozine sold land to their son John "for five shillings, love and affection" on 4 April 1812 at Mercer County, Kentucky. John Smock died on 14 October 1847 at in his farm on Little Raccoon Creek, Park County, Indiana, at age 60 years, 8 months and 18 days.

Family

Anne Gray b. 4 February 1789, d. 1 July 1867

Citations

  1. [S55] Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages, Kentuck to 1850.

Henry W. Daniel1,2

b. circa 1800, d. 1848
     Henry W. Daniel was born circa 1800 at Norfolk, England. He immigrated to Canada arriving circa 1815. He was a miller by profession. He married Lydia Hollinshead, daughter of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines, in 1835 at Ontario, Canada. Henry W. Daniel relocated to Clyde Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, in 1838. He was Mill Wright 'Hugh Hollinshead, a millwright, and H. W. Daniels were engaged in erecting the concern. In connection with it was a grist mill or 'corn cracker,' which worked so slowly that it is said a man waiting for his grist could eat all but the toll while the grinding was being done. '
'The mill is now (1877) known as Brothwells.' After 1838 at Clyde Township, Whiteside County, Illinois.3 He died in 1848 at Houghton, Iowa. He worked as a miller till his death. Henry W. Daniel was buried in the Hollinshead Family Cemetery, Ustick Township, Whiteside County, Illinois.

Family

Lydia Hollinshead b. 13 March 1809, d. 21 August 1856
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Charles Bent with R. L. Wilson, Whiteside County History, 1877, pg. 144.
  2. [S3] ., Whiteside County Bios, 1885, Pg. 454.
  3. [S10] Charles Bent with R. L. Wilson, Whiteside County History, 1877, pg. 141.

John Ryker1

b. 18 January 1764, d. 1848
John Ryker|b. 18 Jan 1764\nd. 1848|p476.htm#i2631|Gerardus Ryker Sr.|b. 16 Nov 1740\nd. 15 Sep 1781|p466.htm#i2558|Rachel Demaree|b. 9 Jan 1743\nd. 1814|p471.htm#i2425|John Rycken|b. 1690\nd. 1783|p466.htm#i3845|Geertje Wiltsee|b. c 1700\nd. 1781|p466.htm#i3846|Samuel D. Demaree|b. 1 Feb 1707\nd. a 3 Dec 1781|p466.htm#i2429|Lea Demarest|b. 30 Aug 1713|p18.htm#i2430|
FatherGerardus Ryker Sr. b. 16 November 1740, d. 15 September 1781
MotherRachel Demaree b. 9 January 1743, d. 1814
     John Ryker was born on 18 January 1764 at New Jersey. He was the son of Gerardus Ryker Sr. and Rachel Demaree. John Ryker served in the Revolutionary War, enlisting first in Captain Bell's company and Colonel Heron's regiment, and later serving other enlistments between 1776 and 1782. He married Mary Van Cleve on 9 June 1784. John Ryker married Mrs. John Ryker on 2 July 1838; John's 2nd marriage. John Ryker left a will on 26 May 1847 at Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana. He died in 1848 at Indiana at age 83 years.

Family 1

Mary Van Cleve b. 1766
Child

Family 2

Mrs. John Ryker

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 69, pg. 180.

Clarkson Van Nostrand

b. circa 1788, d. 1848
     Clarkson Van Nostrand was born circa 1788. He married Charity Ditmars, daughter of John Ditmars Jr. and Maria Smock, in 1807. Clarkson Van Nostrand died in 1848.

Family

Charity Ditmars b. 1790, d. 1878
Child

John Lane

b. after 1821, d. after 1848
John Lane|b. a 1821\nd. a 1848|p476.htm#i3200|Garret Lane|b. c 1782\nd. Sep 1848|p476.htm#i2140|Catherine Hendrickson|b. c 1784|p26.htm#i3184|Matthias Lane|b. 25 Apr 1749\nd. 15 Jan 1824|p473.htm#i2138|Catherine Smock|b. 18 Mar 1760\nd. 12 Oct 1837|p475.htm#i2067|||||||
FatherGarret Lane b. circa 1782, d. September 1848
MotherCatherine Hendrickson b. circa 1784
     John Lane was born after 1821. He was the son of Garret Lane and Catherine Hendrickson. John Lane died after 1848.

Elizabeth Haines

b. 15 July 1780, d. 19 January 1848
Elizabeth Haines|b. 15 Jul 1780\nd. 19 Jan 1848|p476.htm#i390|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|Samuel Haines Sr.|b. 24 Jan 1705\nd. 1748/49|p461.htm#i320|Lydia Stokes|b. 13 May 1710\nd. 22 Jun 1788|p467.htm#i328|William Busby|b. 10 May 1714\nd. 5 Sep 1759|p463.htm#i401|Mary Wills|b. c 1723|p3.htm#i402|
FatherSamuel Haines Jr. b. 16 January 1742, d. 16 January 1821
MotherElizabeth Busby b. 23 September 1745, d. 6 March 1786
     Elizabeth Haines was born on 15 July 1780 at Rancocas, Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Samuel Haines Jr. and Elizabeth Busby. Elizabeth Haines died on 19 January 1848 at age 67 years, 6 months and 4 days.

John Wood1

b. 29 July 1785, d. 29 January 1848
     John Wood was born on 29 July 1785.1 He married Eleanor Strong, daughter of Dr. Joseph Strong and Rebecca Young, on 13 March 1823 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chillicothe, Ohio.1 John Wood died on 29 January 1848 at Chillicothe, Ohio, at age 62 years and 6 months.1

Family

Eleanor Strong b. circa 1802, d. 9 July 1863
Child

Citations

  1. [S1574] Thomas Holcombe of Connecticut, online http://www.holcombegenealogy.com/data/index.htm

Abraham Boerum

b. 1806, d. 27 May 1848
Abraham Boerum|b. 1806\nd. 27 May 1848|p476.htm#i2882|John Boerum|b. 14 Aug 1768\nd. 6 May 1855|p477.htm#i2876|Elizabeth Hill|b. c 1762\nd. 1 May 1853|p477.htm#i2879|Aaron A. Boerum|b. c 1729|p22.htm#i2867|Sara Saartic||p22.htm#i2873|||||||
FatherJohn Boerum b. 14 August 1768, d. 6 May 1855
MotherElizabeth Hill b. circa 1762, d. 1 May 1853
     Abraham Boerum was born in 1806 at Ovid, Seneca County, New York. He was the son of John Boerum and Elizabeth Hill. Abraham Boerum married Polly Davis on 29 November 1838 at Huron, Erie County, Ohio. Abraham Boerum died on 27 May 1848 at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at age 42 years.

Family

Polly Davis b. 9 August 1819, d. 9 August 1884
Children

Ludwig II, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt

b. 26 December 1777, d. 16 June 1848
Ludwig II, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt|b. 26 Dec 1777\nd. 16 Jun 1848|p476.htm#i28887|Ludwig I, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt|b. 14 Jun 1753\nd. 6 Apr 1830|p473.htm#i28888|Luise Henriette Karoline von Hessen-Darmstadt|b. 15 Feb 1761\nd. 24 Oct 1829|p473.htm#i29035|Ludwig I., Landgraf von Hesse-Darmstadt|b. 15 Dec 1719\nd. 6 Apr 1790|p467.htm#i28889||||Georg W. von Hessen-Darmstadt|b. 11 Jul 1722\nd. 21 Jun 1782|p466.htm#i29036||||
FatherLudwig I, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt1 b. 14 June 1753, d. 6 April 1830
MotherLuise Henriette Karoline von Hessen-Darmstadt2 b. 15 February 1761, d. 24 October 1829
     Ludwig II, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt was born on 26 December 1777 at Darmstadt, Germany.2 He was the son of Ludwig I, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt and Luise Henriette Karoline von Hessen-Darmstadt.1,2 Ludwig II, Großherzog von Hesse-Darmstadt died on 16 June 1848 at Darmstadt, Germany, at age 70 years, 5 months and 21 days.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 55.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Brabant 13.

Garret Lane1

b. circa 1782, d. September 1848
Garret Lane|b. c 1782\nd. Sep 1848|p476.htm#i2140|Matthias Lane|b. 25 Apr 1749\nd. 15 Jan 1824|p473.htm#i2138|Catherine Smock|b. 18 Mar 1760\nd. 12 Oct 1837|p475.htm#i2067|Garret Lane|b. 25 Nov 1716\nd. c May 1797|p468.htm#i3187|Mayke Sutphen|b. c 1730|p26.htm#i3188|John Smock|b. 13 Feb 1727\nd. 26 Feb 1808|p470.htm#i2055|Elizabeth Conover|b. 18 Mar 1725\nd. 6 May 1817|p471.htm#i2056|
FatherMatthias Lane b. 25 April 1749, d. 15 January 1824
MotherCatherine Smock b. 18 March 1760, d. 12 October 1837
     Garret Lane was born circa 1782. He was the son of Matthias Lane and Catherine Smock. Garret Lane married Catherine Hendrickson on 23 May 1803. Garret Lane died in September 1848.

Family

Catherine Hendrickson b. circa 1784
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol 2 - 1913, under the Lane Family genealogy.
  2. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol 3 - 1914.

Julia Bullard

b. 30 June 1784, d. 16 September 1848
     Julia Bullard was born on 30 June 1784.1 She married Marvelous Thayer, son of Silas Thayer and Lydia Thayer, on 29 March 1810 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.2 Julia Bullard died on 16 September 1848 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 64 years, 2 months and 17 days. She died of "dropsey," aged 64 years, 2 months, 16 days, a widow.3

Family

Marvelous Thayer b. 10 April 1783, d. 17 June 1824
Children

Citations

  1. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 215, Sept. 16 1848, a. 64 y. 2 m. 16 d.
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 150.
  3. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 215, "Julia, w. Marvel, dropsey," Sept. 16 1848, a. 64 y. 2 m. 16 d [Jula, wid., P.R.1.] .
  4. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64.
  5. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 65.

Eliza Schamp1

b. 23 November 1814, d. 21 December 1848
Eliza Schamp|b. 23 Nov 1814\nd. 21 Dec 1848|p476.htm#i4439|John Scomp|b. 17 Aug 1783\nd. 1834|p474.htm#i3360|Docia Timmons|b. c 1790|p42.htm#i4438|Pvt. George N. Schamp|b. 10 Nov 1751\nd. 17 Sep 1844|p476.htm#i2025|Maria Smock|b. 15 Jun 1760|p14.htm#i2024|||||||
FatherJohn Scomp1 b. 17 August 1783, d. 1834
MotherDocia Timmons1 b. circa 1790
     Eliza Schamp was born on 23 November 1814 at Mercer County, Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of John Scomp and Docia Timmons.1 Eliza Schamp was a witness where John Scomp removed to Knox County, Indiana, with his family circa 1828. Eliza Schamp died on 21 December 1848 at Knox County, Indiana, at age 34 years and 28 days.1

Citations

  1. [S164] Mary Kozy's Webpage, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/7592/mainpage.html

Lenah Hoffman

b. circa 1755, d. 1849
Lenah Hoffman|b. c 1755\nd. 1849|p476.htm#i4275|John Hoffman Sr.|b. c 1724|p3.htm#i15556|Rebecca (?)|b. c 1729|p5.htm#i15557|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Hoffman Sr.1 b. circa 1724
MotherRebecca (?)1 b. circa 1729
     Lenah Hoffman was born circa 1755. She was the daughter of John Hoffman Sr. and Rebecca (?).1 Lenah Hoffman married Col. David Schamp, son of Hendrick Schamp and Margrietje Cock, circa September 1772.1 Lenah Hoffman died in 1849.

Family

Col. David Schamp b. 8 September 1754, d. 3 April 1839
Child

Citations

  1. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, Hoffmans of Readington.
  2. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol 95, pg. 300..

Obed Thayer1

b. 4 May 1799, d. 25 May 1849
Obed Thayer|b. 4 May 1799\nd. 25 May 1849|p476.htm#i20654|Nathan Thayer Sr.|b. 29 Oct 1769\nd. Apr 1845|p476.htm#i15911|Sally Abbott|b. 3 Apr 1762\nd. 9 Nov 1838|p475.htm#i20645|Jeremiah Thayer Sr.|b. 11 Mar 1725\nd. a 1805|p469.htm#i11019|Alice Holbrook|b. 9 Nov 1728|p87.htm#i11020|Corporal Obed Abbott|b. 8 May 1730|p188.htm#i20730|Elizabeth Edmunds|b. 10 Jul 1730|p188.htm#i20738|
FatherNathan Thayer Sr.1 b. 29 October 1769, d. April 1845
MotherSally Abbott1 b. 3 April 1762, d. 9 November 1838
     Obed Thayer was born on 4 May 1799 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.1 He was the son of Nathan Thayer Sr. and Sally Abbott.1 Obed Thayer married Elizabeth Field in October 1829.1

In 1830, Obed Thayer appeared on the census at Waitsfield, Washington County, Vermont.2



In 1840, Obed Thayer appeared on the census at Warren, Washington County, Vermont.3

He died on 25 May 1849 at age 50 years and 21 days.1

Family

Elizabeth Field b. circa 1805

Citations

  1. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 485.
  2. [S817] Census Index, 1830 VT Census Index, page 435 (orig record pg 295).
  3. [S817] Census Index, 1840 VT Census Index, page 512 (orig record pg 277).

Jane Smock

b. 28 December 1817, d. 27 August 1849
Jane Smock|b. 28 Dec 1817\nd. 27 Aug 1849|p476.htm#i3848|Hendrick Smock|b. 22 Aug 1797|p15.htm#i2102|Anne Vanderveer|b. 16 Dec 1797\nd. 14 Feb 1880|p482.htm#i2103|Hendrick Smock|b. 25 Oct 1749\nd. 25 Mar 1814|p471.htm#i2063|Sarah Lane|b. 1758\nd. 1828|p473.htm#i2085|Garret G. Vanderveer|b. 10 Jul 1773\nd. 5 Oct 1823|p472.htm#i3575|Jane Griggs|b. c 1777|p31.htm#i3576|
FatherHendrick Smock b. 22 August 1797
MotherAnne Vanderveer b. 16 December 1797, d. 14 February 1880
     Jane Smock was born on 28 December 1817. She was the daughter of Hendrick Smock and Anne Vanderveer. Jane Smock died on 27 August 1849 at age 31 years, 7 months and 30 days.

Mary B. Rush

b. 16 May 1784, d. 2 November 1849
Mary B. Rush|b. 16 May 1784\nd. 2 Nov 1849|p476.htm#i1349|Doctor Benjamin Rush|b. 24 Dec 1745\nd. 19 Apr 1813|p471.htm#i1125|Julia Stockton|b. c 1759|p10.htm#i1341|John Rush|b. 1712\nd. 26 Jul 1751|p461.htm#i1105|Susanna Hall|b. 1707\nd. 2 Jul 1795|p468.htm#i1119|Honorable Richard Stockton|b. 1 Oct 1730\nd. 28 Feb 1781|p466.htm#i1342|Annis Boudinot|b. 1 Jul 1736\nd. 5 Feb 1801|p469.htm#i1343|
FatherDoctor Benjamin Rush1 b. 24 December 1745, d. 19 April 1813
MotherJulia Stockton1 b. circa 1759
     Mary B. Rush accompanied her husband to Canada, and then to England where she remained.1 She was born on 16 May 1784 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Doctor Benjamin Rush and Julia Stockton.1 Mary B. Rush married Captain Thomas Manners on 29 December 1804 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1 Mary B. Rush died on 2 November 1849 at Rochester, Kent, England, at age 65 years, 5 months and 17 days.

Family

Captain Thomas Manners
Children

Citations

  1. [S933] Doctor Benjamin Rush, Rush autobio, pg. 371.

Isaac Pierce1

b. 22 September 1763, d. 26 November 1849
Isaac Pierce|b. 22 Sep 1763\nd. 26 Nov 1849|p476.htm#i19393|Reverend Nathan Pierce|b. 21 Feb 1715/16\nd. 14 Apr 1793|p468.htm#i19391|Lydia Martin|b. 1 Jul 1718\nd. 21 Dec 1798|p468.htm#i19392|Deacon Mial Pierce|b. 24 Apr 1693\nd. 18 Oct 1786|p467.htm#i19389|Judith Ellis|b. 1686\nd. 6 Oct 1744|p460.htm#i19390|||||||
FatherReverend Nathan Pierce1 b. 21 February 1715/16, d. 14 April 1793
MotherLydia Martin1 b. 1 July 1718, d. 21 December 1798
     Isaac Pierce was born on 22 September 1763 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Reverend Nathan Pierce and Lydia Martin.1 Isaac Pierce married Anna Fitch on 7 October 1782 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.1,2 Isaac Pierce died on 26 November 1849 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts, at age 86 years, 2 months and 4 days.3,2

Family

Anna Fitch b. 1 March 1763, d. 15 November 1809
Child

Citations

  1. [S699] Colonel Frederick C. Pearce, Pierce Genealogy, pg. 156.
  2. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #156.
  3. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 748.
  4. [S699] Colonel Frederick C. Pearce, Pierce Genealogy, pg. 255.

Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen1

b. 14 August 1792, d. 2 December 1849
Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen|b. 14 Aug 1792\nd. 2 Dec 1849|p476.htm#i24334|Reigning Duke George I of Saxe-Meiningen||p215.htm#i24335||||||||||||||||
FatherReigning Duke George I of Saxe-Meiningen1
     Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen was born on 14 August 1792 at Meiningen, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Reigning Duke George I of Saxe-Meiningen.1 Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen married Wilhelm IV, König von Hannover und Großbritannien, son of Georg III, Kurfürst und König von Hannover, König von Großbritannien and Sophia Charlotte, Prinzessin von Mecklenburg-Strelitz, on 11 July 1818 at Kew Palace, England.1 Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen died on 2 December 1849 at Sadbury Park, England, at age 57 years, 3 months and 18 days.1 Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen was buried in Windsor, England.1

Family

Wilhelm IV, König von Hannover und Großbritannien b. 21 August 1765, d. 20 June 1837

Citations

  1. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…

Joseph Rush

b. circa 1785, d. before 1850
Joseph Rush|b. c 1785\nd. b 1850|p476.htm#i1366|William Rush Jr.|b. c 1742?|p9.htm#i1255||||William Rush|b. 1716|p8.htm#i1107|Mary Williams||p9.htm#i1253|||||||
FatherWilliam Rush Jr. b. circa 1742?
     Joseph Rush was born circa 1785 at Virginia. He was the son of William Rush Jr.. Joseph Rush relocated to Mississippi before 1812. He served in the Mississippi Militia in 1812 at the War of 1812. He married Martha 'Patsy' Simmons in 1817 at Mississippi. Joseph Rush died before 1850.

Family

Martha 'Patsy' Simmons
Child

Rebecca Osborn

b. circa 1785, d. before 1850
     Her married name was Stalcup. Rebecca Osborn was born circa 1785 at Tennessee. She married Eli Stalcup, son of Private William Stalcop and Margareta Anderson, on 3 August 1808 at Sumner County, Tennessee; "David Graves and Wm. Roney signed."1 Rebecca Osborn accompanied Eli Stalcup when Eli relocated before 1830 and came to reside in Highland Township, Greene County, Indiana.

On 1 June 1830, Rebecca Osborn was enumerated with Eli Stalcup on the census at Greene County, Indiana, Details provided: "Female age 40-50."2

Rebecca Osborn died before 1850 at Greene County, Indiana.

Family

Eli Stalcup b. circa 1772, d. before 1840
Children

Citations

  1. [S1453] Various, Early Tennessee Settlers, 1700s-1900s, pg. 285.
  2. [S398] 1830 Federal Census, unknown repository address, pg # 167.