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Ahnentafel of John Stoakes O'Neall

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1. John Stoakes O'Neall is still living.

--- 2nd Generation ---

2. Albert Ellis O'Neall is still living.

3. Margaret Jean Young was born on 13 August 1912 in Dennison, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. She died on 26 June 2003 in Orlando at age 90, after being operated on for a broken hip; she had suffered from senile dementia (probably Alzheimer disease) for several years. She was a Presbyterian. She was a teacher, a housewife and a wonderful mother. During her youth, she studied piano with the Nuns at the Catholic School in Dennison and became an accomplished pianist. She went to college, one year at Ohio University (Athens) and one at Miami University (Hamilton, near Cincinnatti). She originally intended to study music. At her audition, she played the opening bars of Beethoven's Appassionata Sonata, to the professor's great satisfaction. But when he asked her if she wanted to study music, she replied, "No", so they decided she would become a kindergarten and elementary-school teacher. She taught second grade from 1932 to 1937 in Dennison. She participated in PTAs (often two at once); was active in Park Lake Presbyterian Church Circles, having served as Circle Chairperson; was active as a "Pink Lady" (Hospital Auxiliary); and worked with the Orlando Day Nursery (facilities for children of working mothers). Her first activity, tho, was being a wonderful mother.

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4. William Elias O'Neall was born on 25 November 1882 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Eva Irma Ellis, daughter of Dr Jacob Tressler Ellis and Anna Chapman Taylor, on 2 May 1907 in Waynesville. The Great Depression of 1929-1933 and two successive burned barns (1932 and 1933) brought an end to the O'Neall family's residence at The Birches, the ancestral farm in Ohio where they had lived for 134 years. In 1933, the family moved permanently to Florida. where they lived variously at Green Cove Springs, Orlando and Jacksonville, before finally settling (all except Ann), in Orlando. William died on 12 June 1966 in Orlando, Orange County, Florida, at age 83. He was buried in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio.

5. Eva Irma Ellis was born on 12 December 1885 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She married William Elias O'Neall, son of Abijah Porter O'Neall and Anna Charlotte Fisher, on 2 May 1907 in Waynesville. Her grandfather, Seth Hocket Ellis had been a Friend (Quaker) but had converted to Methodism; since her husband was a Quaker, she and her three children were received on their request by Miami Monthly Meeting, 30th day of 7th month, 1921. She moved with William Elias O'Neall in 1933 to Florida. Irma died on 18 December 1978 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, at age 93. She was buried in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio.

6. John Wesley Young was born on 31 December 1871 in Jefferson County, Ohio. He was Methodist. He married Anna Marie Oberholzer on 12 August 1901 in Dennison, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. He was a railroad engineer on the Pennsylvania Railroad. He died on 10 March 1940 in Dennison, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, at age 68. He was buried in Uhrichsville, Ohio.

7. Anna Marie Oberholzer was born on 17 November 1874 in Schneidemühl (now Pila, Poland), Germany. She was born into the Catholic religion. She was a seamstress. She married Henry A. Nagel on 21 April 1898 in Dennison, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. She married John Wesley Young, son of Charles T. Young and Hannah Eliza Stokes, on 12 August 1901 in Dennison, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. She died on 2 June 1958 in Uhrichsville, Ohio, at age 83. She was buried in June 1958 in Union Cemetery, Uhrichsville.

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8. Abijah Porter O'Neall was born either 26 October 1824 or 1825 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Anna Charlotte Fisher, daughter of Dr Elias Fisher and Leatitia Haines, on 4 January 1875 in Waynesville. He died on 12 August 1895 in Waynesville after being thrown from his buggy about a week earlier. He was buried on 14 August 1895 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

9. Anna Charlotte Fisher was born on 10 March 1844. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Abijah Porter O'Neall, son of William O'Neall and Martha Smith, on 4 January 1875 in Waynesville. She died on 28 November 1916 in Waynesville at age 72. She was buried in 1916 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

10. Dr Jacob Tressler Ellis was born on 26 September 1857 in Springboro, Ohio. He was a Methodist. He was an M.D and delivered all of his children and grandchildren and many of his nieces and nephews. He married Anna Chapman Taylor, daughter of Sidwell Taylor and Esther Ann Brown, on 20 September 1882 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. He died on 23 September 1933 in Waynesville at age 75.

11. Anna Chapman Taylor was born on 20 February 1860 in Warren County, Ohio. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Dr Jacob Tressler Ellis, son of Seth Hockett Ellis and Rebecca Jane Tressler, on 20 September 1882 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She died on 9 October 1930 in Waynesville at age 70. She was buried on 13 October 1930 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

12. Charles T. Young was born on 28 August 1843. He married Hannah Eliza Stokes, daughter of William H. Stokes Sr and Keziah Vantilburg, on 16 March 1865 in Jefferson County, Ohio. He married an unknown person on 8 January 1889. He died in Toronto, Jefferson County, Ohio.

13. Hannah Eliza Stokes was born in Jefferson County, Ohio. She married Charles T. Young on 16 March 1865 in Jefferson County, Ohio. She died on 23 September 1887 in Jefferson County, Ohio.

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16. William O'Neall was born on 10 March 1791 in Newberry County (District Ninety-Six), South Carolina. He was a Friend (Quaker) but later a became Methodist. He moved with Abijah O'Neall and Anne Kelly in September 1799 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, where he spent the rest of his life. He was a farmer. He married Martha Smith, daughter of Reverend James Trabue Smith and Elizabeth Porter, on 11 January 1816 in Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio. William O'Neall died on 18 July 1874 in Waynesville at age 83. He was buried on 19 July 1874 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

17. Martha Smith was born on 1 September 1791 in Powhatan County, Virginia. She was a Methodist. She moved in 1798 to Ohio, where she spent the rest of her life. She married William O'Neall, son of Abijah O'Neall and Anne Kelly, on 11 January 1816 in Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio. She died on 18 January 1873 in Waynesville at age 81. She was buried on 20 January 1873 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

18. Dr Elias Fisher was born on 10 January 1808 in Salem, Columbiana County, Ohio. He was an M.D. He married Leatitia Haines, daughter of Noah Haines and Anna Silver, on 25 June 1835. He moved after 1845 to Indiana. He died on 25 August 1870 in Richmond, Indiana, at age 62. He was buried on 29 August 1870 in Maple Grove Cemetery, Richmond, Indiana.

19. Leatitia Haines was born on 4 April 1814 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Dr Elias Fisher, son of Joseph Fisher and Hannah (--?--), on 25 June 1835. She died on 12 April 1845 in Warren County, Ohio, at age 31. She was buried on 13 April 1845 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio.

20. Seth Hockett Ellis was born on 3 January 1830 on a farm near Martinsville, Clinton County, Ohio. He was a birth-right Friend (Quaker). He moved with Robert Ellis and Anna Hockett to Clinton County, Ohio, circa 1847. He was a farmer. He was disowned by Springborough Monthly Meeting for having joined the Methodists. However, his obituary says that "...he was a genial, lovable, well-educated farmer of the Quaker faith." In addition, for the 1903 Centennial of Miami Monthly Meeting, he was one of the two presiding officers in January 1851. He married Rebecca Jane Tressler, daughter of Jacob Tressler and Sarah Null, on 21 August 1851 in Warren County, Ohio. He died on 23 June 1904 in Waynesville at age 74. He was buried in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

21. Rebecca Jane Tressler was a Friend (Quaker) and, later, became a Methodist. She married Seth Hockett Ellis, son of Robert Ellis and Anna Hockett, on 21 August 1851 in Warren County, Ohio. She died on 7 April 1908 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, at age 74. She was buried on 7 April 1908 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

22. Sidwell Taylor was born on 3 November 1813. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Matilda Kindle on 30 November 1843. He married Esther Ann Brown, daughter of Benjamin Brown and Sarah Chapman, on 8 November 1855 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. He died on 8 May 1897 in Waynesville at age 83. He was buried on 8 May 1897 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

23. Esther Ann Brown was born on 30 July 1822 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Sidwell Taylor, son of Peter Taylor and Mary (--?--), on 8 November 1855 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She died on 25 May 1906 at age 83. She was buried in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

26. William H. Stokes Sr was born in 1788. He married Keziah Vantilburg on 23 November 1813. He died on 15 July 1859.

27. Keziah Vantilburg was born in 1791. She married William H. Stokes Sr, son of William Stokes and Annie (--?--), on 23 November 1813. She died on 30 October 1849.

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32. Abijah O'Neall is reported to have been born 21or 22 Jan 1762 in Winchester, Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved with his parents William O'Neall and Mary Frost in May 1765 to Mudlick, (now Laurens County), South Carolina. He moved with William O'Neall and Mary Frost in 1779 to Bush River, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina. He married Anne Kelly, daughter of John Kelly and Mary Evans, on 9 December 1784 in Bush River, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina. He and Anne Kelly moved in September 1799 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. Abijah O'Neall died on 9 May 1823 in Port William, Ohio, at age 1802. He was buried in May 1823 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

33. Anne Kelly was born on 23 February 1758 in Camden, South Carolina. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Abijah O'Neall, son of William O'Neall and Mary Frost, on 9 December 1784 in Bush River, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina. She and Abijah O'Neall moved in September 1799 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She died on 21 April 1831 in Warren County at age 73. She was buried in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

34. Reverend James Trabue Smith was born on 17 September 1757 on his father's farm in Powhatan County, Virginia. He was a Methodist. He married Elizabeth Porter, daughter of John Porter and Sarah Watkins, 9 or 19 Mar 1779 in Powhatan County. "He and his brothers became preachers... It is not believed that he ever had any definite pastoral charge [Virginia Cousins]." He moved to Middletown Station, Hamilton County, Ohio, between September 1798 and November 1798. He died on 28 July 1800 in Hamilton County at age 42 of "bilious fever." He was interred in a burying-ground on Philip Gatch's farm, Ohio.

35. Elizabeth Porter was born 1 or 06 Dec 1762. She married Reverend James Trabue Smith, son of Thomas Smith and Magdalen Trabue, 9 or 19 Mar 1779 in Powhatan County. She died on 1 January 1824. She was buried in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

36. Joseph Fisher married Hannah (--?--).

37. Hannah (--?--) married Joseph Fisher.

38. Noah Haines was born on 6 February 1781 in Frederick County, Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved circa 1807 to Old Town, Greene County, Ohio. He married Anna Silver, daughter of Seth Silver and Mary Noblit, on 22 June 1808 in Old Town, Greene County, Ohio. "Noah Haines was appointed Indian Commissioner, and his eldest daughter said that she could remember the tepees [sic] on the hillside when the Indians came to collect their annual allowance. He was a successful merchant in Waynesvillle and Postmaster from 1817 until his untimely death in 1834." [Aron and Mary Wright]. He died of tuberculosis (as did nearly all his immediate family) on 19 July 1834 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, at age 53. He was buried on 20 July 1834 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville, but was later moved to Miami Cemetery.

39. Anna Silver was born on 20 March 1786 in Salem, New Jersey. She was a Friend (Quaker). She moved with her father, Seth Silver, in 1804 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She married Noah Haines, son of Robert Haines and Margaret (--?--), on 22 June 1808 in Old Town, Greene County, Ohio. She died on 13 September 1849 in Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, at age 63. She was buried on 15 September 1849 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville.

40. Robert Ellis was born on 25 September 1794 in Greene County, Tennessee. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved with Nehemiah Ellis and Sarah Thornbrough circa 1812 from Tennessee to Warren County, Ohio. He married Susannah Lewis, daughter of Enoch Lewis and Sarah (--?--), on 20 November 1817 in Clear Creek Meeting House, Clinton County, Ohio. He married Anna Hockett, daughter of Jonathan Hockett and Mary Williams, on 2 December 1819 in Newberry Meeting House, Clinton County, Ohio. He and Anna Hockett moved circa 1847 to Clinton County, Ohio. He moved circa 1852 to Grant County, Indiana. He died on 25 March 1874 in Jonesboro, Grant County, Indiana, at age 79.

41. Anna Hockett was born on 18 June 1796. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married James Moon circa May 1816. She married Robert Ellis, son of Nehemiah Ellis and Sarah Thornbrough, on 2 December 1819 in Newberry Meeting House, Clinton County, Ohio. She and Robert Ellis moved circa 1847 to Clinton County, Ohio. She moved at the end of 1851 to Indiana. She died on 8 December 1881 in Grant County, Indiana, at age 85.

42. Jacob Tressler was born in 1798 in Rockingham County, Virginia. He was a farmer. He married Sarah Null, daughter of Charles Null and Mary Sellers, on 10 June 1830 in Warren County, Ohio. He died on 1 September 1860 in Warren County, Ohio.

43. Sarah Null was born on 18 September 1798 in Rockingham County, Virginia. She moved with her parents ,Charles Null and Mary Sellers, in 1800 to Ohio. She married Jacob Tressler on 10 June 1830 in Warren County, Ohio. She died on 7 February 1876 in Warren County at age 77.

44. Peter Taylor was born on 14 December 1785 in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary (--?--). He moved in 1830 to Montgomery County, Ohio. He died 6 or 9 Nov 1870 in Warren County, Ohio. He was buried on 8 November 1870 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio.

45. Mary (--?--) was born on 14 June 1779. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Peter Taylor, son of Ambrose Taylor and Mary Sidwell. She died on 16 March 1863 in Warren County, Ohio, at age 83. She was buried on 12 April 1863 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

46. Benjamin Brown was born on 24 April 1798 in Gloucester County, New Jersey. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved with Asher Brown Sr. and Mary Ward to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, in 1804. He married Sarah Chapman, daughter of Benjamin Chapman and Mercy Gray Gilpin, on 7 November 1821 in Waynesville. He died on 22 September 1873 in Waynesville at age 75. He was buried on 25 September 1873 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

47. Sarah Chapman was born on 13 January 1800 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was a Friend (Quaker). She moved with her mother and step-father, Mercy Gray Gilpin and Charles French, to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, in either 1818 or 1820. She married Benjamin Brown, son of Asher Brown Sr. and Mary Ward, on 7 November 1821 in Waynesville. She died on 26 January 1873 in Waynesville at age 73. She was buried on 26 January 1873 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

52. William Stokes married Annie (--?--).

53. Annie (--?--) married William Stokes.

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64. William O'Neall was born on 5 November 1734 in Christiana, Delaware. He moved with Hugh O'Neall and Anne Cox circa 1750 to "the Susquehanna." He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a farmer, a wagoner and a miller. He married Mary Frost, daughter of John Frost and Mary (--?--), on 6 July 1761 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. He and Mary Frost moved in May 1765 to Mudlick, (now Laurens County), South Carolina. He and Mary Frost moved to Bush River, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina, in 1779. He died on 5 November 1786 in Bush River at age 52. John Belton O'Neall wrote, "William died on Bush river; his body rests in the graveyard of Friends, near Mendenhall's Mills."

65. Mary Frost was a Friend (Quaker). Hopewell Monthly Meeting records the marriage of Sarah Frost, daughter of John Frost, on "26th day of 6th month, 1755; at Opeckan." Among the witnesses was Mary Frost, who also witnessed the marriage of Sarah Milburn on "7th day of 5th month, 1761..." It is assumed from this conjunction of date and place that this is the Mary Frost who married William Neill/O'Neall on 6th day of 7th month of the same year, 1761. She married William O'Neall, son of Hugh O'Neall and Anne Cox, on 6 July 1761 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. She and William O'Neall moved in May 1765 to Mudlick, (now Laurens County), South Carolina. She and William O'Neall moved to Bush River, Ninety-Six District, South Carolina, in 1779.

66. John Kelly was born in Kings County (now County Offaly), Ireland. He was a Friend (Quaker). He and his brother, Samuel Kelly, immigrated with their sister, Abigail, circa 1750 to what is now Newberry County, South Carolina. He married Mary Evans, daughter of Robert Evans, circa 1755 in Camden, South Carolina. He died in November 1775 in Newberry District, South Carolina.

67. Mary Evans was born in 1735 in Pennsylvania. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Kelly, son of Timothy Kelly, circa 1755 in Camden, South Carolina. She moved circa 1775 to Ninety-Six District, South Carolina. She married Zebulon Gaunt on 2 November 1780 in Ninety-Six District, South Carolinia. She died on 9 May 1782 in Ninety-Six District, South Carolina.

68. Thomas Smith. Originally a member of the Church of England, he and his family became Methodists in 1772. He married (--?--) Rapin. He married (--?--) Stovall. He married Magdalen Trabue, daughter of Antoine Trabuc and Magdalene Verrueil, on 15 October 1756 in Virginia. He died in Powhatan County, Virginia.

69. Magdalen Trabue was born on 31 August 1715 in Henrico County, Virginia, of French Huguenot descent. She married Major Peter Guerrant in 1732. She married Thomas Smith, son of George Smith and Ann Bailey, on 15 October 1756 in Virginia. She died on 16 August 1787 in Powhatan County, Virginia, at age 71.

70. John Porter married Sarah Watkins.

71. Sarah Watkins married John Porter.

76. Robert Haines was born either 3 November 1735 or 1736. He was a Friend (Quaker) . All the information concering Robert Haines' family in the Crooked Run Monthly Meeting records "seem to have been entered by Robert himself. No formal records had been kept by Crooked Run Meeeting before 1775, and at that time all members were asked to enter the information about their own families." [Aron and Mary Wright]. He married Esther Wright on 12 February 1767 in Opeckan Meeting House, Frederick County, Virginia. He married Margaret (--?--) on 12 April 1780 in Crooked Run Meeting House, Warren County, Virginia. He died in 1796 in Virginia.

77. Margaret (--?--) was born on 16 September 1754 in Wales. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married (--?--) Smith before 1780. She married Robert Haines, son of Bethany Haines and Mary (--?--), on 12 April 1780 in Crooked Run Meeting House, Warren County, Virginia. She moved in September 1809 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. She died in 1835 in Waynesville. She was buried on 10 May 1835 in Friends Cemetery, Waynesville.

78. Seth Silver was born in Wales. He was a Friend (Quaker). He immigrated in 1785 to Salem, New Jersey. He married Mary Noblit in June 1785. He moved in 1804 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. He died in 1811 in Waynesville.

79. Mary Noblit was a Friend (Quaker). She married Seth Silver in June 1785.

80. Nehemiah Ellis was born on 23 November 1752 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved with Mordecai Ellis and Mary Hutton circa May 1773 to Frederick County, Virginia. He married Sarah Thornbrough, daughter of Benjamin Thornbrough and Mary Brooks, on 10 August 1774 in Middle Creek, Frederick County, Virginia. He and Sarah Thornbrough moved in 1793 to Jefferson County, Tennessee. He and Sarah Thornbrough moved circa 1812 from Tennessee to Warren County, Ohio. He died on 31 July 1822 in Newberry, Clinton County, Ohio, at age 69. He was buried on 31 July 1822 in Newberry.

81. Sarah Thornbrough was a Friend (Quaker). She married Nehemiah Ellis, son of Mordecai Ellis and Mary Hutton, on 10 August 1774 in Middle Creek, Frederick County, Virginia. She and Nehemiah Ellis moved in 1793 to Jefferson County, Tennessee. She and Nehemiah Ellis moved circa 1812 from Tennessee to Warren County, Ohio. She died on 20 August 1818 in Clinton County, Ohio. She was buried in August 1818 in East Fork, Clinton County, Ohio.

82. Jonathan Hockett was born on 4 February 1765 in Stokes County, North Carolina. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Williams, daughter of Richard Williams Sr and Prudence Beals, on 10 April 1793 in North Carolina or Virginia. He moved in September 1815 to Clinton County, Ohio. He died on 3 August 1834 in Clinton County, Ohio, at age 69.

83. Mary Williams was born on 27 July 1770 in Stokes or Guilford County, North Carolina. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Jonathan Hockett, son of Anthony Hoggatt and Mary Stanley, on 10 April 1793 in North Carolina or Virginia. She died in March 1814 in Grayson County, Virginia, at age 43.

86. Charles Null was born in October 1768 in Rockingham County, Virginia. He married Mary Sellers, daughter of Adam Sellers, on 5 August 1793 in Rockingham County, Virginia. He and Mary Sellers moved in 1800 to Ohio. He married Anna Mariah after Mary's death in 1824. He died on 20 March 1844 in Springboro, Ohio, at age 75. He was buried in Salem Cemetery, Springboro.

87. Mary Sellers was born in 1773 in Virginia. She married Charles Null, son of Henry Null Sr and Ann Avery, on 5 August 1793 in Rockingham County, Virginia. She and Charles Null moved in 1800 to Ohio. She died on 12 June 1824 in Springboro, Ohio. She was buried in Salem Cemetery, Springboro.

88. Ambrose Taylor was born circa 1750 in Providence Township, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Sidwell, daughter of Henry Sidwell and Ellen Huff, on 28 April 1773 in West Nottingham Meeting House, Cecil County, Maryland.

89. Mary Sidwell was a Friend (Quaker). She married Ambrose Taylor, son of Peter Taylor and Elizabeth Hall, on 28 April 1773 in West Nottingham Meeting House, Cecil County, Maryland. She died between 1793 and 1812 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

92. Asher Brown Sr was born on 11 September 1760 in Burlington County, New Jersey. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Ward, daughter of George Ward and Rachel Wilkins, on 19 December 1783 in Woodberry Meeting House, Gloucester County, New Jersey. He and Mary Ward moved to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, in 1804. He died on 2 March 1832 in Waynesville at age 71.

93. Mary Ward was born on 12 February 1763 in New Jersey. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Asher Brown Sr., son of Samuel Brown and Ann Buffin, on 19 December 1783 in Woodberry Meeting House, Gloucester County, New Jersey. She and Asher Brown Sr. moved to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio, in 1804. She died on 4 May 1851 at age 88. She was buried on 5 May 1851 in Waynesville.

94. Benjamin Chapman was a Friend (Quaker). He moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a printer. He married Mercy Gray Gilpin, daughter of Thomas Gilpin and Sarah Gray, on 17 January 1797 in Philadelphia. He died on 23 October 1802 in Philadelphia at age 27. "He was a printer by trade and died in 1802 of yellow fever, contracted while nursing one of his apprentices." [Aron and Mary Wright].

95. Mercy Gray Gilpin was a Friend (Quaker). She married Benjamin Chapman, son of Joseph Benjamin Chapman and Ann Fell, on 17 January 1797 in Philadelphia. Sometime after 1802 Mercy Gray Gilpin married Charles French in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She and Charles French moved in either 1818 or 1820 to Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. Sometime after 1824 Mercy Gray Gilpin married John Haines in Warren County. She died on 13 November 1845 in Springboro, Ohio, at age 65.

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128. Hugh O'Neall. Three documents written by John Belton O'Neall around 1850 are the original and still principal sources of information concerning the birth, family affiliation, immigration, marriage and death of Hugh O'Neall. They are all secondary sources, written by the great-grandson of the subject, about 100 years after the subject's death. More recently, additional information has been supplied by researchers who -- unfortunately -- have not always indicated their own sources of information. According to them, Hugh O'Neall was born on 3 January 1698 in Shane's Castle, County Antrim, Ireland. He immigrated circa 1730 to Christiana, Delaware. According to family tradition, he deserted from the British Navy by jumping over board in the Delaware River and swimming to shore. His religion, which might provide a means of pursuing his origins (two of his sons having been Quakers), is mentioned nowhere. He is reported as having married Anne Cox on 10 June 1732 in Christiana, Delaware. He and Anne Cox are also reported to have moved circa 1750 to "the Susquehanna" accompanied by their children, William, Henry, John, Thomas, Hugh and James. According to John Belton O'Neall, he died in 1754 in the region of the Susquehanna.

129. Anne Cox is reported as having married Hugh O'Neall on 10 June 1732 in Christiana, Delaware. She and Hugh O'Neall are also reported to have moved circa 1750 to "the Susquehanna" accompanied by their children, William, Henry, John, Thomas, Hugh and James. She died in 1764 in Virginia.

130. John Frost married Mary (--?--). He was a Friend (Quaker). He was one of the original settlers who received a land patent (for 380 acres) on 12 November 1735 in the Shenandoah Valley, Colony of Virginia. He died after June 1748.

131. Mary (--?--) married John Frost.

132. Timothy Kelly was born in Kings County (now County Offaly), Ireland. He immigrated circa 1750 to South Carolinia.

134. Robert Evans was born and lived in in England.

136. George Smith was born between 1680 and 1700 in eastern Virginia. According to tradition, he left his home on the coast around the end of the 17th century and settled somewhere east of the Blue Ridge, probably near the contemporary Powhatan County, Virginia. He married Ann Bailey. He died circa 1790 in Virginia.

137. Ann Bailey married George Smith.

138. Antoine Trabuc was a Protestant (Huguenot). He was born on 21 September 1669 in Montauban, France. He emigrated in 1687 by passing via Switzerland and the Netherlands to England. He immigrated circa 1700 to Manakintown, Henrico County, Virginia. He married Magdalene Verrueil, daughter of Moise Verrueil and Magdalene Prodhomme. He died on 29 January 1724 in Manakin Town at age 54.

139. Magdalene Verrueil was a Protestant (Huguenot). She was born on 28 January 1685 in The Hague, Netherlands. She immigrated with Moise Verrueil and Magdalene Prodhomme in 1700 to Virginia. She married Antoine Trabuc, son of Anthoine Trabuc and Bernarde Chibailhe. She married Pierre Chastain after Antoine's death in 1724. She died circa 1731 in Henrico County, Virginia.

152. Bethany Haines was born circa 1714 in Burlington, New Jersey. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved to Culpepper County, Virginia. He married Mary (--?--). He married Mourning (--?--). He died by June 1805.

153. Mary (--?--) married Bethany Haines, son of Richard Haines Jr and Mary Carlile. She died on 26 August 1786.

160. Mordecai Ellis was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Hutton, daughter of Nehemiah Hutton and Sarah Miller, on 29 November 1749 in Maiden Creek Meeting House, Berks County, Pennsylvania. He and Mary Hutton moved circa May 1773 to Frederick County, Virginia. He died in 1785.

161. Mary Hutton was a Friend (Quaker). She married Mordecai Ellis, son of Thomas Ellis and Jane Hughes, on 29 November 1749 in Maiden Creek Meeting House, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She and Mordecai Ellis moved circa May 1773 to Frederick County, Virginia.

162. Benjamin Thornbrough married Mary Brooks on 22 October 1759 in Frederick County, Virginia.

163. Mary Brooks married Benjamin Thornbrough on 22 October 1759 in Frederick County, Virginia.

164. Anthony Hoggatt was born on 8 February 1730 in Louisa County, Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Stanley, daughter of James Stanley and Catharine Hutchins, on 12 May 1754 in Hanover County, Virginia. He and Mary Stanley moved on 25 December 1755 to Guilford County, North Carolina.

165. Mary Stanley was born 26 or 27 Aug 1733 in Virginia. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Anthony Hoggatt, son of Philip Hoggatt and Mary Glendenning, on 12 May 1754 in Hanover County, Virginia. She and Anthony Hoggatt moved on 25 December 1755 to Guilford County, North Carolina. She died on 21 January 1808 in North Carolina.

166. Richard Williams Sr was born circa 1726 in Monocacy, Frederick or Montgomery County, Maryland. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a farmer. He married Prudence Beals, daughter of John Beals and Sarah Bowater, on 11 December 1746 in Maryland or Virginia. He and Prudence Beals moved circa 1750 to New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina. He died on 6 May 1781 in Guilford County. He was buried on 7 May 1781 in New Garden Friends Burying Ground, Guilford County.

167. Prudence Beals was born circa 1730 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Richard Williams Sr, son of George Williams, on 11 December 1746 in Maryland or Virginia. She and Richard Williams Sr moved circa 1750 to New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina. She died on 25 June 1815 in New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina. She was buried in New Garden Friends Burying Ground, Guilford County, North Carolina.

172. Henry Null Sr was born on 7 July 1735 in Germany. He was a Friend (Quaker). He immigrated in 1740 to America. He married Ann Avery. He married Margaret Avery in 1781. He died on 10 November 1816 in Springboro, Ohio, at age 81.

173. Ann Avery married Henry Null Sr. She was a Friend (Quaker).

174. Adam Sellers

176. Peter Taylor married Elizabeth Hall.

177. Elizabeth Hall married Peter Taylor, son of Peter Taylor and Elizabeth Sermon.

178. Henry Sidwell was born on 2 June 1720. He married Ellen Huff, daughter of Michael Huff and Jennett (--?--), on 26 November 1746 in West Nottingham Meeting House, Cecil County, Maryland.

179. Ellen Huff married Henry Sidwell, son of Hugh Sidwell Jr and Anne (--?--), on 26 November 1746 in West Nottingham Meeting House, Cecil County, Maryland.

184. Samuel Brown was born circa 1725 in Gloucester County, New Jersey. It is not clear whether Samuel Brown's father was Zebulon or John. Any information on this subject would be greatly appreciated. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Ann Buffin, daughter of John Buffin and Ann Woolman, on 2 February 1749/50 in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey. He died before 1785.

185. Ann Buffin was born circa 1726. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Samuel Brown, son of John Brown, on 2 February 1749/50 in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey. She married Joseph English before 1785 in Burlington County, New Jersey.

186. George Ward was born on 1 September 1735 in Gloucester County, New Jersey. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Rachel Wilkins, daughter of John Wilkins and Sarah Wood, on 9 May 1760 in probably New Jersey. He married Ann Branson. He died on 28 February 1777 at age 41.

187. Rachel Wilkins was born on 27 November 1734 in Gloucester County, New Jersey. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married George Ward on 9 May 1760 in probably New Jersey. She died on 27 February 1769 at age 34.

188. Joseph Benjamin Chapman was born in 1733 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Ann Fell, daughter of John Fell and Elizabeth Watson, on 17 May 1758 in Buckingham County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1790 in Wrightstown, Pennsylvania.

189. Ann Fell was born on 6 December 1739. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Joseph Benjamin Chapman, son of Abraham Chapman and Susannah Olden, on 17 May 1758 in Buckingham County, Pennsylvania. She died on 20 March 1828 at age 88.

190. Thomas Gilpin was born on 11 March 1750 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Lydia Rice on 12 September 1772 in Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware. He married Sarah Gray on 29 August 1777 in Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah Council in 1802. He died in 1802.

191. Sarah Gray married Thomas Gilpin, son of Joseph Gilpin Jr and Mary Caldwell, on 29 August 1777 in Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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276. Anthoine Trabuc was born on 10 February 1629 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. He was a Protestant (Huguenot). He married Bernarde Chibailhe, daughter of Jean Chibailhe and Marie Mariette, in January 1646 in Montauban. He was a master pork butcher and master tanner in Montauban.

277. Bernarde Chibailhe was born on 1 February 1629 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. She was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Anthoine Trabuc, son of Davit Trabuc and Galharde d'Andrailh, in January 1646 in Montauban.

278. Moise Verrueil married Magdalene Prodhomme. He and Magdalene Prodhomme immigrated in 1700 to Virginia. He died circa 1701.

279. Magdalene Prodhomme was born circa 1663 in The Hague, Netherlands. She married Moise Verrueil. She and Moise Verrueil immigrated in 1700 to Virginia. She married Jacob Flournoy on 19 December 1703.

304. Richard Haines Jr was born in Devonshire, England. He immigrated with his parents, Richard Haines and Margaret (--?--), in 1682 in Burlington County, New Jersey. He married Mary Carlile.

305. Mary Carlile married Richard Haines Jr, son of Richard Haines and Margaret (--?--).

320. Thomas Ellis was born in 1683 in Merionethshire, Wales. He immigrated in 1707 to Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Jane Hughes, daughter of John Hughes and Ellin (--?--), in 1712 in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania. He died on 11 June 1760 in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania.

321. Jane Hughes was born early in 1683 in Merionethshire, Wales. She was a Friend (Quaker). She immigrated with her father, John Hughes, in 1698 to Gwynnedd, Pennsylvania. She married Thomas Ellis in 1712 in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania. She died on 20 September 1772 in Oley, Pennsylvania.

322. Nehemiah Hutton was born in County Cavan, Ireland. He was a Friend (Quaker). He immigrated on 5 January 1716 to Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah Miller, daughter of John Miller and Mary Ignew, on 25 July 1723 at New Garden Meeting House, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He moved after 1723 to Berks County, Pennsylvania. He died before or in 1749.

323. Sarah Miller was a Friend (Quaker). She married Nehemiah Hutton, son of Thomas Hutton, on 25 July 1723 at New Garden Meeting House, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She died before or in 1759 in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

328. Philip Hoggatt was born on 16 January 1678 in Berkshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Glendenning, daughter of David Glendenning and Margaret Hall, before 1727 in Chadford, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He died on 26 January 1783 in Guilford County, North Carolina, at age 105. He was buried on 28 January 1783 in Guilford County, North Carolinia.

329. Mary Glendenning was born on 9 December 1698 in Edinburgh, Scotland. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Philip Hoggatt before 1727 in Chadford, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She died on 17 November 1780 in Guilford County, North Carolina, at age 81. She was buried on 19 November 1780 in Springfield, Guilford County, North Carolinia.

330. James Stanley was born on 15 April 1688 in Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Catharine Hutchins, daughter of Nicolas Hutchins and Mary Watkins, on 5 May 1728 in Henrico County, Virginia. He died on 30 December 1766 at age 78.

331. Catharine Hutchins was born circa 1703 in Virginia. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married James Stanley, son of Thomas Stanley, on 5 May 1728 in Henrico County, Virginia. She died on 20 December 1766 in Guilford County, North Carolinia.

332. George Williams was a Friend (Quaker).

334. John Beals was born on 20 January 1685 in Aston, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved with his parents John Beals and Mary Clayton in 1701 to Nottingham Lots, Chester County (now Cecil County), Pennsylvania (now Maryland). He married Sarah Bowater, daughter of Thomas Bowater and Sarah Edge, on 14 November 1711 in Chester Meeting House, Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He and Sarah Bowater moved in 1733 to Opeckan, Frederick County, Virginia. He died in 1745 maybe in Frederick County, Maryland.

335. Sarah Bowater was born on 17 August 1688 in Edgemont Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Beals, son of John Beals and Mary Clayton, on 14 November 1711 in Chester Meeting House, Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She and John Beals moved in 1733 to Opeckan, Frederick County, Virginia. She married Alexander Underwood in 1748. She died in the fall of 1761 in Warrington, Guilford County, North Carolina.

352. Peter Taylor married Elizabeth Sermon.

353. Elizabeth Sermon married Peter Taylor.

356. Hugh Sidwell Jr was born in Berkshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Anne (--?--). He died on 8 September 1740 in West Nottingham, Pennsylvania.

357. Anne (--?--) married Hugh Sidwell Jr.

358. Michael Huff

359. Jennett (--?--)

368. John Brown was born circa 1698. He married an unknown person.

370. John Buffin married Ann Woolman, daughter of John Woolman and Elizabeth Borton, on 10 November 1712 in Burlington County, New Jersey.

371. Ann Woolman was born on 23 August 1695 in Burlington County, New Jersey. She married John Buffin on 10 November 1712 in Burlington County, New Jersey. She died in the fall of 1750.

374. John Wilkins was a Friend (Quaker). He married Sarah Wood in July 1733. He died on 27 November 1792 in Gloucester County, New Jersey, at age 82.

375. Sarah Wood was born on 1 September 1714. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Wilkins in July 1733. She died on 11 April 1790 in Gloucester County, New Jersey, at age 75.

376. Abraham Chapman was born on 12 February 1685 in Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a Justice of the Peace. He married Susannah Olden, daughter of William Olden, on 16 November 1715 in Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He died on 23 February 1755 in Wrightstown at age 70.

377. Susannah Olden married Abraham Chapman, son of John Chapman and Jane Sadler, on 16 November 1715 in Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

378. John Fell was born on 7 July 1712 in Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Elizabeth Watson, daughter of John Watson and Ann Beale.

379. Elizabeth Watson married John Fell, son of Joseph Fell and Elizabeth Doyle.

380. Joseph Gilpin Jr was born on 21 March 1703 in Chester (now Delaware) County, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Caldwell, daughter of Vincent Caldwell and Betty Pierce, on 17 December 1729 in Kennett Square Meeting House, Kennett Square, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He and Mary Caldwell moved in 1761 to Christiana Hundred, near Wilmington, Delaware. He died on 31 December 1792 in Christiana Hundred at age 89.

381. Mary Caldwell was born in Birmingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married Joseph Gilpin Jr, son of Joseph Gilpin Sr and Hannah Glover, on 17 December 1729 in Kennett Square Meeting House, Kennett Square, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She and Joseph Gilpin Jr moved in 1761 to Christiana Hundred, near Wilmington, Delaware. She died in 1796.

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552. Davit Trabuc was a Protestant (Huguenot). He was a pork butcher circa 1610 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. He married Galharde d'Andrailh, daughter of Arnaud Andrailh and Lizette de Gascon, in July 1615 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

553. Galharde d'Andrailh was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Davit Trabuc, son of Guillaume Trabuc and Ann Azam, in July 1615 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

554. Jean Chibailhe was a Protestant (Huguenot). He was a grain miller circa 1610 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. He married Marie Mariette on 25 June 1617 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

555. Marie Mariette was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Jean Chibailhe, son of Pierre Chibailhe and Bernarde de Lombrail, on 25 June 1617 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

608. Richard Haines was born in Devonshire, England. He married Margaret (--?--) in Northhamptonshire, England. He and Margaret (--?--) immigrated in 1682 from Northamptonshire, England, on the ship Amity to Burlington County, New Jersey. He died in 1682 during the voyage and was buried at sea.

609. Margaret (--?--) married Richard Haines in Northhamptonshire, England. She and Richard Haines immigrated in 1682 from Northamptonshire, England, on the ship Amity to Burlington County, New Jersey.

642. John Hughes was born in 1652. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a yeoman. He married Ellin (--?--) before 1698 in Wales. He immigrated in 1698 to Gwynnedd, Pennsylvania. He married Ellin Williams on 12 February 1716. He died in 1736 in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania.

643. Ellin (--?--) married John Hughes, son of Hugh Cadwalader Rhys and Gwen Williams, before 1698 in Wales.

644. Thomas Hutton was a Friend (Quaker). He married in a second marriage Rachel (--?--) on 23 May 1703 in New Garden Meeting, County Carlow, Ireland.

646. John Miller was a Friend (Quaker). He was miller. He married Mary Ignew in County Armagh, Ireland. He and Mary Ignew immigrated in 1709 to Chester County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1714 in New Garden Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

647. Mary Ignew was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Miller, son of John Miller and Ann Clibborn, in County Armagh, Ireland. She and John Miller immigrated in 1709 to Chester County, Pennsylvania. She died in 1730 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

658. David Glendenning was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He married Margaret Hall on 6 January 1685 in Edinburg, Scotland.

659. Margaret Hall married David Glendenning on 6 January 1685 in Edinburg, Scotland.

660. Thomas Stanley was a Friend (Quaker).

662. Nicolas Hutchins was born in Henrico County, Virginia. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary Watkins, daughter of Henry Watkins and Mary (--?--), on 9 October 1701 in Henrico Meeting House, Henrico County, Virginia. He died in Virginia.

663. Mary Watkins was a Friend (Quaker). She married Nicolas Hutchins on 9 October 1701 in Henrico Meeting House, Henrico County, Virginia.

668. John Beals was born between 1655 and 1660 in England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He immigrated circa 1677 to Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Clayton, daughter of William Clayton and Prudence Lanckford, late in 1682 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He and Mary Clayton moved in 1701 to Nottingham Lots, Chester County (now Cecil County), Pennsylvania (now Maryland). The survey of the Mason-Dixon line in 1767 had the effect of "transferring" this land from Chester County, Pennsylvania, to Cecil County, Maryland. He died in 1726 in Nottingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

669. Mary Clayton was born on 29 August 1665 in Rumboldswyke, Chichester, Sussex, England. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Beals late in 1682 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She and John Beals moved in 1701 to Nottingham Lots, Chester County (now Cecil County), Pennsylvania (now Maryland). The survey of the Mason-Dixon line in 1767 had the effect of "transferring" this land from Chester County, Pennsylvania, to Cecil County, Maryland. She died in 1725 in Monocacy, Maryland. She was buried in Brick Meeting House Cemetery, Calvert, Cecil County, Maryland.

670. Thomas Bowater was a Friend (Quaker). He was born on 10 February 1654 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. He married Sarah Edge, daughter of George Edge and Joan (--?--), on 4 August 1685. He died after 1750 in New Garden Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

671. Sarah Edge was a Friend (Quaker). She was born in September 1657 in Little Barrow, Cheshire, England. She married Thomas Bowater, son of John Bowater and Ann (--?--), on 4 August 1685. She died on 26 February 1692 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 34.

736. Abraham Brown was born circa 1672. He married Leah Clayton on 29 September 1692 in at the home of John Clayton, Burlington County, New Jersey.

737. Leah Clayton was born in 1668. She married Abraham Brown, son of Abraham Brown, on 29 September 1692 in at the home of John Clayton, Burlington County, New Jersey.

742. John Woolman was born on 27 September 1655 in Painswick, Gloucester, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a farmer ("husbandman"). He immigrated circa 1678 to America. He married Elizabeth Borton, daughter of John Borton and Ann Kinton, on 8 October 1684 in Burlington Meeting House, Burlington County, New Jersey. He died in April 1718 in Burlington County, New Jersey, at age 62.

743. Elizabeth Borton was born on 27 July 1664 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England. She married John Woolman, son of William Woolman, on 8 October 1684 in Burlington Meeting House, Burlington County, New Jersey. She died in April 1718 in Burlington County, New Jersey, at age 53.

752. John Chapman was born in 1626 in Stanghow, Skelton Parish, Yorkshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married an unknown person on 14 December 1665. He married Jane Sadler on 12 June 1670 in Yorkshire, England. He and Jane Sadler immigrated in 1684 from Newcastle, England to Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1694 in Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

753. Jane Sadler was born in Lazenby Whinn, Skelton Parish, Yorkshire, England. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Chapman, son of John Chapman and Jane (--?--), on 12 June 1670 in Yorkshire, England. She and John Chapman immigrated in 1684 from Newcastle, England to Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She died in 1699 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

754. William Olden

756. Joseph Fell was born on 19 October 1668 in Longlands [Estate], Carlisle, Uldale Parish, Cumberland, England. He was a carpenter. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Bridgett Willson, daughter of John Willson and Elizabeth (--?--), in 1698 in Cumberland, England. He and Bridgett Willson immigrated in 1704 from Cumberland, England to Bristol, Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Doyle, daughter of Edward Doyle and Rebecca Dungan, on 10 May 1711 in Buckingham Twp. Meeting House, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He moved in 1720 to Buckingham, Pennsylvania. He died on 9 April 1748 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 79.

757. Elizabeth Doyle was born in 1688. She was a Friend (Quaker), of which group she "was a recognized minister." She married Joseph Fell, son of John Fell and Margaret (--?--), on 10 May 1711 in Buckingham Twp. Meeting House, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She died circa 1753 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

758. John Watson was a mathematician and surveyor. He immigrated with his parents, Dr. Thomas Watson M.D. and Eleanor Pearson, circa 1701 from Cumberland, England to Buckingham, Pennsylvania. He married Ann Beale. He died in 1761 in Buckingham, Pennsylvania.

759. Ann Beale married John Watson, son of Dr. Thomas Watson M.D. and Eleanor Pearson.

760. Joseph Gilpin Sr was born on 8 June 1663 in Warborough, Oxfordshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He married Hannah Glover, daughter of George Glover and Alice Lamboll, in February 1690 in Baghurst, Hampshire, England. He was a weaver. He and Hannah Glover immigrated in 1695 from England to Pennsylvania, where he had "...bought land from William Penn." He died on 9 November 1741 in Birmingham, Pennsylvania, at age 78.

761. Hannah Glover was a Friend (Quaker). She married Joseph Gilpin Sr, son of Thomas Gilpin and Joan Bartholomew, in February 1690 in Baghurst, Hampshire, England. She and Joseph Gilpin Sr immigrated in 1695 from England to Pennsylvania, where he had "...bought land from William Penn." She died on 12 January 1757.

762. Vincent Caldwell was born in 1673 in Brason, Derbyshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He immigrated in 1699 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married Betty Pierce, daughter of George Pierce and Ann Gainer, 27 Sep 1703, or 1704 in Darby, Chester (now Delaware?) County, Pennsylvania. He and Betty Pierce moved circa 1705 to East Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He died on 10 March 1720 in Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

763. Betty Pierce was born on 18 November 1680 in Winscam, Gloucestershire, Somerset, England. She was a Friend (Quaker). She immigrated with her parents, George Pierce and Ann Gainer, in 1684 to Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She married Vincent Caldwell 27 Sep 1703, or 1704 in Darby, Chester (now Delaware?) County, Pennsylvania. She and Vincent Caldwell moved circa 1705 to East Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She moved in the summer of 1755 to Wilmington, Delaware. She died on 27 October 1757 in Wilmington, Delaware, at age 76.

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1104. Guillaume Trabuc was a Protestant (Huguenot). He was a merchant middleman circa 1580 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. He married Ann Azam, daughter of Jean Azam and Naude de Marty, in June 1583 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France. He died before 1615 in Montauban.

1105. Ann Azam was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Guillaume Trabuc in June 1583 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

1106. Arnaud Andrailh married Lizette de Gascon. He was a plowman in Moreau, Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

1107. Lizette de Gascon married Arnaud Andrailh. She died before 1615.

1108. Pierre Chibailhe was a Protestant (Huguenot). He married Bernarde de Lombrail on 11 October 1579 in Tarn et Garonne, France. He was owner of a mill near Montauban circa 1580 in Sapiac. He died before 1619.

1109. Bernarde de Lombrail was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Pierre Chibailhe on 11 October 1579 in Tarn et Garonne, France.

1284. Hugh Cadwalader Rhys was born in Wales. He married Gwen Williams in Wales.

1285. Gwen Williams married Hugh Cadwalader Rhys in Wales.

1292. John Miller was born in 1633 in Breckenbrough, Kerbywilk, Yorkshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He moved in 1657 to Ireland. He married Ann Clibborn, daughter of William Clibborn.

1293. Ann Clibborn was born in 1630 in Cowley, Durham County, England. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married John Miller, son of John Miller.

1326. Henry Watkins was a Friend (Quaker). He married Mary (--?--) in Henrico County, Virginia.

1327. Mary (--?--) was a Friend (Quaker). She married Henry Watkins in Henrico County, Virginia. She married Edward Mosby on 15 November 1716 in Curles Meeting House, Henrico County, Virginia.

1338. William Clayton was born in December 1632 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England. He married Prudence Lanckford, daughter of William Lanckford and Elizabeth Reading, on 7 November 1653. He and Prudence Lanckford immigrated on 23 October 1677 to Delaware County, Pennsylvania, he as one of the commissioners sent by William Penn to set up the new colony of Pennsylvania. He died in 1688 in Aston Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

1339. Prudence Lanckford was born circa 1632 in Hampshire, England. She married William Clayton, son of William Clayton and Joan Smith, on 7 November 1653. She and William Clayton immigrated on 23 October 1677 to Delaware County, Pennsylvania, he as one of the commissioners sent by William Penn to set up the new colony of Pennsylvania. She died in 1691 in Aston, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

1340. John Bowater was born circa 1630 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. He married Ann (--?--). He died on 16 January 1704 in Spittlefields, London, England.

1341. Ann (--?--) married John Bowater, son of William Bowater and Mary Byrt. She died on 25 February 1679 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England.

1342. George Edge married Joan (--?--). He died on 22 March 1676 in Whitely, Cheshire, England.

1343. Joan (--?--) married George Edge.

1472. Abraham Brown was born circa 1642. He was a planter. He married Mary or Catherine? (--?--). He died in 1714 in Burlington County, New Jersey.

1484. William Woolman was born circa 1620 in Painswick, Gloucester, England. He immigrated circa 1678 to Burlington County, New Jersey. He died on 30 March 1692 in Burlington County, New Jersey.

1486. John Borton married Ann Kinton in England.

1487. Ann Kinton married John Borton in England.

1504. John Chapman was a Friend (Quaker). He married Jane (--?--) in England.

1505. Jane (--?--) married John Chapman, son of Thomas Chapman, in England.

1512. John Fell was born in Longlands [Estate], Carlisle, Uldale Parish, Cumberland, England. He married Margaret (--?--). He died on 22 December 1680.

1513. Margaret (--?--) married John Fell. She died on 5 March 1690.

1514. Edward Doyle immigrated in 1683 on the ship Lion from Liverpool, England to what is now Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He married Rebecca Dungan, daughter of Reverend Thomas Dungan and Elizabeth Weaver, in 1687. He died in 1702.

1515. Rebecca Dungan moved in 1683 to Bucks County, Ohio. She married Edward Doyle in 1687. She died in 1722.

1516. Dr. Thomas Watson M.D married Eleanor Pearson, daughter of Thomas Pearson and Ann (--?--), in Robank, Yorkshire, England. He and Eleanor Pearson immigrated from Cumberland, England circa 1701 to Buckingham, Pennsylvania. He was a Friend (Quaker).

1517. Eleanor Pearson was a Friend (Quaker). She married Dr. Thomas Watson M.D., son of John Watson and Elizabeth (--?--), in Robank, Yorkshire, England. She and Dr. Thomas Watson M.D. immigrated from Cumberland, England circa 1701 to Buckingham, Pennsylvania.

1520. Thomas Gilpin was born in Warborough, Oxfordshire, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a tallow chandler. He married Joan Bartholomew, daughter of Thomas Bartholomew, in 1645. He died either 3 February 1702 or 3 February 1703.

1521. Joan Bartholomew was born in 1625 in Warborough, England. She married Thomas Gilpin, son of Thomas Gilpin, in 1645. She died either 21 March 1700 or 1701 in Warborough Parish, England.

1522. George Glover was most likely a Friend (Quaker). He married Alice Lamboll, daughter of George Lamboll, in England. He died before 1691.

1523. Alice Lamboll was a Friend (Quaker). She married George Glover in England.

1526. George Pierce was born in Winscam, Somerset, England. He was a Friend (Quaker). He was a yeoman. He married Ann Gainer early in 1679 in Olvestone Meeting House, Gloucester, England. He and Ann Gainer immigrated in 1684 to Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married Ann (--?--) on 16 June 1725. He died circa 1734 in East Marlborough Township, Pennsylvania.

1527. Ann Gainer was born in Thornbury, Gloucester, England. She was a Friend (Quaker). She married George Pierce early in 1679 in Olvestone Meeting House, Gloucester, England. She and George Pierce immigrated in 1684 to Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She died before 1725.

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2210. Jean Azam was a Protestant (Huguenot). He married Naude de Marty. He was a weaver circa 1580 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

2211. Naude de Marty was a Protestant (Huguenot). She married Jean Azam. She died before 1583 in Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France.

2584. John Miller

2586. William Clibborn

2676. William Clayton was born circa 1610 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England. He married Joan Smith. He died circa 1658 in Chichester, Sussex, England.

2677. Joan Smith was born circa 1610. She married William Clayton, son of William Clayton and Elizabeth (--?--). She died circa 27 April 1644.

2678. William Lanckford married Elizabeth Reading. He died on 1 January 1666.

2679. Elizabeth Reading married William Lanckford.

2680. William Bowater was born in 1604 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. He married Mary Byrt. He died circa August 1647 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England.

2681. Mary Byrt married William Bowater, son of John Bowater.

2944. Nicholas Brown married Catherine (--?--). He married Frances (--?--). He died in 1694 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

3008. Thomas Chapman died in 1586 in Skelton Parish, Yorkshire, England. He was buried in 1586 in Skelton Churchyard, Skelton Parish, Yorkshire, England.

3030. Reverend Thomas Dungan was a Baptist. He was born circa 1632. He immigrated in 1637 from London, England to Newport, Rhode Island. He married Elizabeth Weaver, daughter of Clement Weaver Jr and Mary Freeborn, circa 1665 in Newport, Rhode Island. He moved in 1684 to Cold Spring, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1688 in Cold Springs.

3031. Elizabeth Weaver married Reverend Thomas Dungan, son of William Dungan and Frances Latham, circa 1665 in Newport, Rhode Island. She died in 1697.

3032. John Watson married Elizabeth (--?--).

3033. Elizabeth (--?--) married John Watson.

3034. Thomas Pearson married Ann (--?--).

3035. Ann (--?--) married Thomas Pearson.

3040. Thomas Gilpin

3042. Thomas Bartholomew was a "husbandman" in Shillingsford, Warborough Parish, England.

3046. George Lamboll was born in 1634. He was a Friend (Quaker). According to Jordan, "George Lamboll (1634-1720), of Reading, [was] a Quaker, in whose Orchard George Fox held a great meeting in 1655." He died in 1720.

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5352. William Clayton was born in February 1589 in Walberton, Sussex, England. He married Elizabeth (--?--). He died on 8 April 1644 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England, at age 55.

5353. Elizabeth (--?--) married William Clayton, son of Richard Clayton and Dorothy Birkenshall. She died circa 16 October 1638 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England.

5360. John Bowater was born circa 1565. He died after 1640 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England.

6060. William Dungan was born in St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex County, England. He is reported to have "moved from Ireland to London in 1620." He was a "perfumer." He married Frances Latham, daughter of Lewis Latham and Winifred (--?--), in 1627 in London, England. He died in 1636.

6061. Frances Latham has been reported as being born in 1570 altho this seems highly improbable, given her date of death and the numerous sources citing other, later, dates. She is sometimes reported as having married Lord (--?--) Weston. She was more likely born on 15 February 1609 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England. She has also been reported as being born in 1611 altho this date contradicts what the same author says in another book. She married William Dungan in 1627 in London, England. She moved with her son Reverend Thomas Dungan in 1637 to Newport, Rhode Island. She married Reverend William Vaughn in 1655. She died in September 1677 in Newport, Rhode Island, at age 68.

6062. Clement Weaver Jr was born in England. He immigrated with his father, Clement Weaver, circa 1630 from Cumberland, England to Newport, Rhode Island. He married Mary Freeborn, daughter of William Freeborn and Mary (--?--). He died in 1683 in Newport, Rhode Island, England.

6063. Mary Freeborn was born circa 1627. She immigrated with her parents, William Freeborn and Mary (--?--), on the ship Francis of Ipswich from England in 1634 to Roxbury, Massachussetts. She married Clement Weaver Jr, son of Clement Weaver.

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10704. Richard Clayton was born circa 1560. He married Dorothy Birkenshall on 24 January 1582. He died circa 13 January 1615 in Walberton, Sussex, England.

10705. Dorothy Birkenshall married Richard Clayton on 24 January 1582. She died circa 15 January 1615 in Walberton, Sussex, England.

12122. Lewis Latham was born in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England. He married Winifred (--?--). He died on 15 May 1655 in Elstow, Bedfordshire, England.

12123. Winifred (--?--) married Lewis Latham. She died in 1662.

12124. Clement Weaver was born circa 1585. He immigrated circa 1630 from Cumberland, England to Newport, Rhode Island. He died circa 1683.

12126. William Freeborn was born circa 1584 in County Essex, England. He married Mary (--?--). He and Mary (--?--) immigrated in 1634 on the ship Francis of Ipswich from England to Roxbury, Massachussetts. He moved on 7 March 1638 to Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He died on 28 April 1670 in Rhode Island.

12127. Mary (--?--) married William Freeborn. She and William Freeborn immigrated in 1634 on the ship Francis of Ipswich from England to Roxbury, Massachussetts. She died on 3 May 1670.





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