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The Troutman Family of North Carolina

A Genealogy from 1690 to 1850 with some records up to 1900

Allied Families - Lingle Family


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Completed 4 Sep 1999

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Introduction

Lingle is not one of my lines, but I had gathered a great deal of information on the Lingle family while doing my Troutman research. The early Lingles and Troutmans intermarried and had extensive dealings with each other. This page is a way to share what I have gathered with others. When I decided to do this page, I did some some extra research specifically on the NC Lingle family, particularly census and marriage records, so much of the information provided here was researched by me. A lot of my info comes from correspondence with others, via email and the Lingle GenForum.

Much of my info comes from Dr. John L. Schlenker's book, The Schlenker Family in Lothringen, in Prussia, and in America, Volume II. I do not have a copy of the book, just a few photocopied pages. The only place I have ever seen the book is the public library in Salisbury, NC. Dr. Schlenker's book has a short chapter on his Lingle ancestry. However, I know some of his info to be incorrect, and I have corrected what I know is wrong. So, take all this with a grain of salt.

Some of this information is from a huge GEDCOM file sent to me by Bernard Cruse, a descendant of Lorentz Lingle who lives in Concord, NC. It mostly has info on those Lingle lines that intermarried with the Cruse family. If you would like a copy of the Bernard Cruse GEDCOM file, write me.

Robert E. Burke, 4 Sep 1999


How to Submit Corrections, Additions, Links, Questions

Please write me with any additions or corrections to the information presented here. Also, if you know of hyperlinks to any NC Lingle genealogical data on the Internet, you can write me with them. I will only accept certain kinds of Lingle data to add to this page. I am only interested in Lingles who descend from Lorentz Lingle of Rowan Co, NC and who were born before 1851. This page is an attempt to unravel early Lingle genealogy, so please don't send me stuff on modern descendants of Lorentz Lingle. If you have links to stuff about Lorentz's descendants born after 1851, I'll be glad to put them here. With female descendants of Lorentz Lingle born before 1851, I am only interested in those born with the Lingle surname, their husband(s), and their children. I am not interested in their children's spouses, their grandchildren, etc. Sorry, but I have to draw a line somewhere. Again, if you have links to this sort of data, I'll put them here.

About Questions, please believe me when I say that absolutely every scrap of info I have on the NC Lingle family is on this page, so please read this page carefully before writing me with questions.


Lorentz Lingle of Rowan County, North Carolina (1726 - 1775)

Some people believe Lorentz Lingle was born in Germany in 1726 (I'm not completely convinced this is the right Lorentz Lingle). See IGI. (There are listings for a "Lorenz Lingel" born 1726, and for a "Lorenzo Lingle" also born 1726, probably both the same person.)

It has been reported that Lorentz Lingle arrived in America in 1754 aboard the ship Phoenix. This is incorrect. The Ship Phoenix arrived at Philadelphia on 2 Nov 1752. There was no Lorentz Lingle, but there was a Lorentz Mangel aboard.

On 21 Dec 1761, Lorentz Lingle bought 572 acres in southern Rowan County, on Dutch Second Creek, from the agents of Lord Granville. He was naturalized as a British citizen 22 Sep 1763 at the courthouse in Salisbury, Rowan Co, NC, along with several other "natives of Germany," including my ancestors, John Bushart and Jacob Fullenwider. In 1774, Lorentz donated 16 acres of his land to the German Reformed Church, of which he was a member. Grace Lowerstone Church, which is still used to this day, was built on that land.

We know Lorentz Lingle died in July 1775. He left a will in German (which luckily has been tranlated to English) dated 9 Jun 1775. In the will, he lists his widow, Eve Catherine; sons Francis (Franz), Casper, Conrad, Jacob, Wendle, and Anthony; and daughters Catherine, Elizabeth, and Anna Maria. Of all his children, only Casper was "of age" (over 21) when Lorentz wrote his will. Casper was born 2 May 1754 and Lorentz Lingle ("Lingel" in the will) signed his will 9 Jun 1775, a month and 7 days after Casper turned 21, the legal age of adulthood then. Casper Lingle witnessed his father's will, aong with Michael Holtzhauser and John Arends (he was the pastor of the Organ Lutheran Church in Rowan Co, NC). It was considered a little dubious to have your son witness your will, because he was not exactly impartial. If I recall correctly, some of the testimony in the 1804 lawsuit (see below) involved when Casper Lingle was born and if he was actually old enough to have been a witness to his father's will. Casper's birthdate of 2 May 1754 may come from this testimony, but I do not remember. I only copied the parts that linked the Troutmans to the Lingles. Lorent's will also state that Jacob was his youngest son.

An interesting point about Lorentz' will: Lorentz did not die of old age, but rather of illness, which he states in his will. If the Lorentz Lingle born in Germany in 1726 is the correct Lorentz Lingle, he was only 49 when we wrote his will and died soon thereafter. Very few people back then had the presence of mind to write a will when faced with a chronic illness.

Wendle Miller and John Lippard were the executors of Lorentz's will. Lorentz died with quite a bit of land in Rowan County. Wendle Miller and John Lippard held Lorentz's land in trust, and as each son turned 21, gave them their share of Lorentz's land. Lorentz's son Wendle died as a boy shortly after his father. Wendle Miller and John Lippard sold Wendle Lingle's share outside the Lingle family, which apparently upset the rest of Lorentz's children, because they sued Wendle Miller and John Lippard in 1804. The case was heard 31 Mar 1804 in the Salisbury District Court of Law and Equity, Judge John Hall presiding. All this can be found in the estate records of Lorentz Lingle.

In these estate records we find who married Lorentz's daughters: Catherine married Peter Troutman, Elizabeth married Jacob Troutman, and Ann Maria married Peter Limbaugh (this marriage was also recorded by Pastor Storch as Maria Lingle to Peter Leinbach 28 Jul 1791). We also find that Conrad Lingle had died, and that Peter Troutman (husband of Catherine Lingle) is the guardian of his sons Conrad and George Lingle. Pastor Storch preached the funeral of Conrad Lingle on 15 Oct 1794. In Cabarrus court records, Peter Troutman was named the administrator of Conrad's estate.

As an aside, it would be great if someone transcribed the entire lawsuit, which can be found in the estate records of Lorentz Lingle in Rowan Co, NC. I think there were 20 or 30 pages to it. It has lots of detail from the court precedings, with actual questions posed to witnesses and their answers. There is probably a lot more info that can be gleaned from the estate records of Lorentz Lingle.

Lorentz Lingle's widow, Eve Catherine, was listed in the 1778 tax list of Rowan, and was likely the female over 45 in the household of her son Anthony Lingle in Rowan Co, NC in the 1800 Census. She probably died between 1800 and 1804, because she is not named as legatee of Lorentz Lingle in the 1804 lawsuit. Eve Catherine's maiden name has been reported as CHATREN, but this is almost certainly a misreading of "Catherine" in old German handwriting (I have seen this mistake with a couple other Catherines in my family tree). Note that I call her Eve Catherine, simply because I try to stick to the English equivalents of names when writing about these people. In German, she was probably "Eva Katarina." Of course, I have not been entirely consistent about using the English equivalents of names, since "Lorentz" (or "Lorenz" or "Lorenzo") is "Lawrence" or "Laurence" in English. The early Germans in America are generally listed by their German names in records they kept or wrote themselves (church and bible records, wills), but are listed by their English names in most civil records (court and tax records, censuses).

The follwing is a table of Lorentz's children, their birth, and an explanation of how I came up with the "guestimate" of their birth:

NameBirthExplanation
Casper2 May 1754not sure of source of this date
Francisc1755age 70-79 in 1830 Census of Rowan Co, NC
Conradc1758first marriage circa 1782
Catherinec1761age 88 in 1850 Census of Cabarrus Co, NC (listed as Catherine Troutman)
Wendellc1763older than Jacob according to Lorentz's will, died as a boy in 1776
Anthonyc1764age 50-59 in 1830 Census of Union Co, IL, but must have been older since Lorentz's will states that Jacob was the youngest son
Jacobc1765age 84 in 1850 Census of Union Co, IL
Elizabethc1770married Jacob Troutman c1792, first child born 22 Jul 1793
Anna Mariac1772married Peter Limbaugh 28 Jul 1791, age 50-59 in 1830 Census of Franklin Co, TN

 


Casper Lingle (2 May 1754 - before Feb 1828), son of Lorentz Lingle

Wife's name was Molly [maiden name unknown]. Will dated 27 Aug 1826 and probated Feb 1828 in Rowan. Names wife Molly; sons Adam, John, and Jacob; daughters Caty [Catherine], Elizabeth, Mary, Sally [Sarah], and Sofia; executors sons Jacob and John; witnesses Anna Roseman, Charles Severet, John Casper.

NOTE: Dr. Schlenker's book states a Daniel Lingle was listed as one of Casper's sons in his will, but that does not agree with the abstract of Casper's will by Jo Lynn White. I have not seen the actual will, but I believe that Dr. Schlenker was mistaken about this.

Adam Lingle, John Lingle, and Sarah Lingle, children of Casper Lingle, married three siblings, children of Jacob Tipps, Catherine Tipps, Mary Tipps, and David Tipps, respectively.

1778 tax list of Rowan, one poll.
20 Aug 1778 - served guard duty along with brother Francis Lingle at the Salisbury 
prison for British POWs.
1796 tax list of Rowan - 297 acres, 1 white poll
1815 tax list of Rowan - 207 acres, 2 white polls
1790 Census of Mecklenburg Co, NC, p.368 (part of Mecklenburg became Cabarrus in 1792)
	1 white male 16 or over
	2 white males 0-15
	3 white females
	0 free colored persons
	0 slaves
1800 Census of Rowan, p.302
	2 M 0-9
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 45 or older
	3 F 0-9
	2 F 10-15
1810 Census of Rowan, p.301
	1 M 10-15
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 45 or older
	1 F 0-9
	1 F 10-15
	2 F 16-25
	1 F 45 or older
1820 Census of Rowan, p.244
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 45 or older
	1 F 16-25
	1 F 45 or older

Catherine Lingle (c1779 - alive in 1850), daughter of Casper Lingle

Married John Berger [Barrier] (c1744 - Apr 1824) 11 Aug 1796 in Rowan or Cabarrus according to a family history of the Berger/Barger/Barrier family. Probably the same Catherine Lingle confirmed by Pastor Arends 8 Nov 1789 in St. John's Lutheran Church in Salisbury, Rowan, NC.

1850 Census of Rowan Co, NC, p.226 - Catherine Barger, 82, with family of son Charles Barger.

NOTE: Her age given in the 1850 Census cannot be correct, if she really was the daugter of Casper, who born in 1754. She was probably born c1779.


Elizabeth Lingle (27 March 1783 - 27 Jun 1861), daughter of Casper Lingle

Dates of birth and death provided by Michelle Rush. Married Rolin Voyls [Voils, Voyles] 27 Aug 1811 in Cabarrus.

1850 Census of Washington Co, IN, p.278 - Elizabeth Voyles, 63, presumably a widow, with William Voyles, probably her son.


Adam Lingle (14 Feb 1784 - 27 May 1847), son of Casper Lingle

Moved to Morgan County, IN where he died. Was in 1820 Census of Burke Co, NC. Several Lingle marriages in Morgan Co, IN. Married Catherine Tipps c1805 probably in Burke Co, NC. She was born c1784 and is shown still living in the 1850 Census of Morgan Co, IN, age 65, living with son Casper Lingle. She was the daughter of Jacob Tipps (Tippong) and Margaret Grunt (Grounds). See Tipps/Tippong Family records.

There are several pre-1850 marriages of Lingles in Morgan Co, IN, presumably the children of Adam Lingle. The land records of Morgan Co, IN also list several Lingles.

The family of Adam Lingle moved from Burke Co, NC to Morgan Co, IN in late 1829 or early 1830. Right before the move, Adam's two oldest sons married in Burke Co, NC:

Alfred Lingle to Elizabeth Been on 30 Jun 1829
John Lingle to Sally Turnmire on 20 Feb 1829

Adam Lingle, along with sons Alfred and John, were in the 1830 Census of Morgan Co, IN. John Lingle returned to NC (one of the few times I have ever seen that happen) and was in Lincoln Co, NC (next to Burke Co, NC) for the 1840 Census. John died before the 1850 Census and his widow, Sarah (Turnmire) Lingle, was in Caldwell Co, NC in 1850. Caldwell Co, NC was formed from Burke Co, NC in the 1840s. All of John and Sarah's children are listed in 1850 as being born in NC. If correct, that means John did not stay in Indiana long before returning to NC. Alfred Lingle and wife Elizabeth Bean ("Been" in the marriage record) moved from Morgan Co, IN to Newton Co, MO where they were in 1840 and 1850.

Could not find Adam Lingle in 1810 Census, not uncommon for young families with no land of their own yet.

1820 Census of Burke Co, NC, p.33 - very near David Tips and Jacob Tips
	Adam Lingle
	1 M 0-9
	2 M 10-15
	1 M 26-44
	3 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Morgan Co, IN
	Adam Lingle, p.233
	2 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 40-49
	2 F 0-4
	1 F 10-14
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 40-49
	
	John Lingle, p.233
	1 M 0-4
	1 M 20-29
	1 F 20-29

	Alfred Lingle, p.233
	2 M 20-29
	1 F 15-19

1840 Census of Morgan Co, IN
	Adam Lingle, p.126
	2 M 15-19
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 50-59
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 20-29
	1 F 50-59

	Adam Lingle, p.168
	1 M 20-29
	1 F 20-29

1840 Census of Newton Co, MO
	Alfred Lingle, p.247
	1 M 20-29
	1 F 5-9
	1 F 20-29

1840 Census of Lincoln Co, NC
	John Lingle, p.75 - NOTE: Census taker marked John Lingle as 40-49, he should have been 30-39
	1 M 0-4
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	3 M 15-19
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Morgan Co, IN p.69 - Catherine (Tipps) Lingle, age 65, widow of Adam Lingle, living with son, Casper Lingle.


John Lingle (24 Feb 1786 - alive in 1850), son of Casper Lingle

Date of birth from info provided by Betty Crawford. John Lingle married first Mary Tipps, daughter of Jacob Tipps and Margaret Grunt, and sister of the Catherine Tipps who married his brother, Adam Lingle. Marriage record from Burke Co, NC says John Lingle to Mary Tips in 1815 (no month or day given). He probably met Mary Tipps while visiting his brother, Adam Lingle, in Burke Co, NC. They married in Burke Co, but afterwards lived in Rowan Co. See Tipps/Tippong Family records. Married second Caty [Catherine] Isahom [probably a mis-transcription of Isenhauer, which is today spelled Eisenhauer; the Eisenhauer family of Cabarrus/Rowan is supposedly distantly related to President Eisenhower] 28 Jul 1832 in Rowan, Henry Moose (who was husband of John's cousin, Mary Eve Lingle) was bondsman.

NOTE: IGI record says Mary Tipps died in 1832. (Search for Mary Tipps, born about 1796 at IGI). Submitter probably meant she died before 1832 when John remarried. In fact, census records seem to indicate she was dead before the 1830 census. Mary Tipps Lingle was not listed as one of the survivors of Jacob Tipps in 1853 because she was dead by then. David A. Lingle is believed to be the son of John Lingle and Mary Tipps; he later moved to Smith Co, MS.

1820 Census of Rowan, p.246 (near uncle, Francis Lingle)
	John Lingle
	1 M 0-9
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 16-25
1830 Census of Rowan, p.364 (Capt. Barrier's Company)
	John Lingle
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 30-39
	2 F 5-9
	1 F 15-19
1840 Census of Smith Co, MS, p.226
	David Lingle
	1 M 20-29
	1 F 15-19
1840 Census of Rowan, p.30
	John Lingle
	2 M 0-4
	1 M 50-59
	1 F 0-4
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Rowan Co, NC Rowan p.202 - John Lingle, age 59, and Catherine Lingle, age 45


Mary Lingle (c1792 - alive in 1850), daughter of Casper Lingle

Married John Deal 29 Jan 1816 in Rowan.

1850 Census of Rowan Co, NC, p.188 - John Deal, age 59, and Mary Deal, age 57


Jacob Lingle (15 May 1794 - alive in 1850), son of Casper Lingle

Date of birth from info provided by Betty Crawford. Jacob Lingle married Elizabeth Sefford [Sifford] 29 Dec 1830 in Rowan. Possibly married once before, since there is a female in his household in 1830, although this could have been his sister, Sophia Lingle, who did not marry until 1834. Possibly, Sophia lived with her brother, Jacob, after their father, Casper Lingle, died in 1828.

1830 Census of Rowan, p.369 (Capt. Brandon's Company)
	1 M 30-39
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Rowan, p.30
	1 M 30-39
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 20-29
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Rowan - listed as Jacob Lingle, age 54, with Elizabeth Lingle, age 46. With mother-in-law, Catherine Sifford, age 80. Also in household is Henry Deal, age 22, possibly Jacob's nephew (Jacob's sister, Mary Lingle, married John Deal). Next door to brother John Lingle (above). Jacob Lingle apparently had no children of his own.


Sarah Lingle (c1799 - alive in 1850), daughter of Casper Lingle

Married David Tips [Tipps, Tippong] 14 Dec 1819 in Rowan. David Tipps was the son of Jacob Tipps and Margaret Grunt. David's sisters, Catherine and Mary, were married to Sarah's brothers, Adam and John, respectively. David may have been visiting his sister, Mary Tipps Lingle, in Rowan Co, NC when he met Sarah Lingle. They married in Rowan Co, NC but then lived in Burke Co, NC before eventually moving to Washington Co, IN, where they were for the 1850 census. See Tipps/Tippong Family records.

1850 Census of Washington Co, IN, p.330 - David Tipps, age 57, and Sarah Tipps, age 57 [or 51, hard to read].


Sophia Lingle (c1801 - ), daughter of Casper Lingle

Approximate year of birth from info provided by Betty Crawford. Married William Johnson 17 Apr 1834 in Rowan. Nothing else known.

1850 Census - I have not tried to find her in the census because there are hundreds of William Johnsons in the 1850 census. I did look in Rowan Co, NC but she did not seem to be there in 1850.


Francis Lingle (c1755 - before Feb 1848), son of Lorentz Lingle

Wife Maria Eve [maiden name unknown]. Will in Rowan Co, NC dated 30 Aug 1834 and probated Feb 1848. Mentions wife Maria Eve; sons Joseph, Paul, John, Daniel, Jacob, Laurence; daus Catherine Louder, Elizabeth Link or Sink, Maria Eve Mooss [Moose]; executor son-in-law Henry Mooss [Moose]; witnesses Henry Lentz, Peter Lentz.

Storch Diary, buried child of Fr. Lingel 27 Dec 1803

Western Carolinian newspaper, "Mrs. Mary Lingle, aged about 65 or 70 [died on] 21 May 1835 in Rowan County" [She died after Francis wrote his will, but before it was probated; he never changed his will]

NOTE: Francis Lingle was enumerated twice in the 1820 Census (both times in Rowan Co, NC, once on p.246 and again on p.250, the numbers for both enumerations match exactly). Francis was also enumerated twice in 1810, one in Rowan Co, NC, p.299, and secondly in Cabarrus Co, NC, p.381, but the numbers are different. Francis owned land in both counties, but I believe his primary residence in 1810 was in Cabarrus, and the numbers for that enumeration seem much more accurate. The info for the 1810 enumeration in Rowan likely came from a neighbor and were thus inaccurate.

1778 tax list of Rowan, poll and 114.0.0 pounds value of property.
20 Aug 1778 - served guard duty along with brother Casper Lingle at the Salisbury 
prison for British POWs.
1796 tax list of Rowan - 665 acres, 1 white poll
1815 tax list of Rowan - 496 acres, 1 white poll
1790 Census of Rowan, p.341
	1 white male 16 and over
	4 white males 0-15
	2 white females
	0 free colored persons
	0 slaves
1800 Census of Rowan, p.302
	2 M 0-9
	2 M 10-15
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 10-15
	1 F 26-44
1810 Census of Cabarrus, p.381 [doubled enumerated, also listed in Rowan Co, NC, p.299, 
numbers are slightly different.]
	2 M 0-9
	3 M 16-25
	1 M 45 and over
	1 F 0-9
	2 F 10-16
	1 F 45 and over
1810 Census of Rowan Co, NC, p.299 {doubled enumerated, also listed in Cabarrus Co, NC, p.381, 
numbers are slightly different.]
	3 M 0-9
	2 M 10-16
	1 M 45 and over
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 10-16
	1 F 26-44
1820 Census of Rowan, p.246 (double enumerated, also on page 250, numbers match)
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 45 and over
	1 F 16-25
	1 F 45 and over
1830 Census of Rowan, p. 360 (Capt. Lynn's Company)
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 70-79
	1 F 60-69
1840 Census of Rowan - Francis Lingle believed to be the male aged 80-89 in 
household of son Lawrence Lingle, p.53.

Paul Lingle (c1782-alive in 1850), son of Francis Lingle

Married Rosena Heagler 20 Nov 1807 in Cabarrus.

1810 Census of Cabarrus, p.381 (near father, Francis Lingle)
	1 M 16-25
	1 F 0-9
	1 F 16-25
NOT in 1818 State Census of Union Co, IL
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - 1 white male 21 or older, 7 other whites 
1820 Census of Union Co, IL, p.336
	3 M 0-9
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 10-15
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.57
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 40 -49
	2 F 0-4
	2 F 5-9
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.72 (listed as Paul Lingle, Sr. to distinguish him 
from his younger cousin, Paul Lingle, son of Jacob Lingle)
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 50-59
	2 F 10-14
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 40-49

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Paul Lingle, 67, with Rosena Lingle, 59.


Daniel Lingle (c1787 - alive in 1850), son of Francis Lingle

Married Margaret "Peggy" Cell 27 Feb 1810 in Cabarrus.

Was in 1818 State Census of Union Co, IL
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - 1 white male 21 or older, 4 other whites 
1820 Census of Union Co, IL, p.336
	1 M 0-9
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.51
	2 M 5-9
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 40-49
	2 F 0-4
	1 F 5-9
	1 F 10-14
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 30-39
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.54
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 50-59
	2 F 10-14
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 50-59

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Daniel Lingle, age 62, with Margaret Lingle, age 59.


John Lingle (c1789 - 1 Mar 1833), son of Francis Lingle

According to information from Bernard Cruse, John Lingle married Elizabeth Cruse (19 Jan 1792 - 28 May 1835) about 1815 in NC. John Lingle and wife Elizabeth both buried at Casper Cemetery in Ann, Union Co, IL; I assume John's tombstone has no birth date. John apparently moved to Illinois along with brothers Paul and Daniel. John Lingle was recorded in the Census of Union Co, IL in 1820 and 1830. This John Lingle could not have been Casper's son John, since Casper named John as an executor of his will written in 1826, which he would not have done had John been living in Illinois. It is a little odd that Francis Lingle did not mention that his son John was deceased when he wrote his will on 30 Aug 1834, 18 months after John's death. It is possible that the news from Illinois had not reached Francis in North Carolina, but I doubt that. According to Mr. Cruse's database, John Lingle and wife Elizabeth Cruse were the parents of children Sophia, Nelson (alive in Union Co, IL in 1850 Census), Adam W., Moses, Elizabeth, Leah, Samuel (in 1840 Census of Union Co, IL), and Solomon.

NOT in 1818 State Census of Union Co, IL
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - 1 white male 21 or older, 4 others
1820 Census of Union Co, IL, p.336
	1 M 0-9
	2 M 16-25
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.56
	2 M 0-4
	1 M 5-9
	2 M 10-14
	1 M 30-39
	1 F 10-14
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 30-39

Jacob Lingle (24 Feb 1791 - 5 Oct 1834), son of Francis Lingle

Buried at Grace Lowerstone Church, Rowan. Married Sally [Sarah] Blackwelder 22 Jul 1817 in Cabarrus. He died shortly after his father, Francis Lingle, wrote his will 30 Aug 1834.

1820 Census of Rowan, p.252
	3 M 0-9
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 26-44
	1 F 10-15
	1 F 16-25
1830 Census of Rowan, p.360 (Capt. Lynn's Company)
	3 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 30-39
	3 F 0-4
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 30-39
1840 Census of Cabarrus, p.15 - Sarah [Blackwelder] Lingle, widow of Jacob Lingle.
	3 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 15-19
	2 M 20-29
	3 F 10-14
	1 F 40-49

1850 Census of Montgomery Co, IL, p.108 - Sarah [Blackwelder] Lingle, widow of Jacob Lingle. Listed as Sally Lingle, age 50. Indexed incorrecly as "Sally Single." Her birthplace is listed as unknown (maybe a neighbor gave the info), but all her children are listed with NC as their birthplace.


Catherine Lingle (c1793 - alive in 1850), daughter of Francis Lingle

Married a Mr. Louder, first name unknown. Listed as Catherine Louder in the will of her father, Francis Lingle.

There is a Catherine Louder, age 66, in the 1850 Census of Rowan Co, NC (p.158). Since I could find very few references to the Louder/Lowder family in the Rowan/Cabarrus area, this was very likely Catherine (Lingle) Louder. The 1840 Census of Cabarrus Co, NC shows John Lowder and Solomon Lowder; either may have been Catherine's husband.


Elizabeth Lingle (? - ?), daughter of Francis Lingle

Married a Mr. Link or Sink, first name unknown. Listed as Elizabeth Link (or possibly Sink due to the similarity in handwritten "S" and "L") in the will of her father, Francis Lingle. Nothing else known.


Lawrence Lingle (10 Jan 1799 - 21 Dec 1884), son of Francis Lingle

Buried at Grace Lowerstone Church, Rowan. Married Betsey [Elizabeth] Lence [Lentz] 17 Sep 1821 in Rowan.

1830 Census of Rowan, p.361 (Capt. Lynn's Company)
	1 M 0-4
	2 M 5-9
	1 M 30-39
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Rowan, p.53
	1 M 10-14
	2 M 15-19
	1 M 30-39
	1 M 80-89
	1 F 0-4
	2 F 5-9
	1 F 10-14
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Rowan - listed Lawrence Lingle, age 50, with Elizabeth Lingle, age 49.


Joseph Lingle - (c1802 - before 1850), son of Francis Lingle

Little is known of Joseph Lingle, except that he was mentioned in Francis Lingle's will as one of his sons. Joseph Lingle probably died as a young man, with no children, after his father wrote his will in 1834. There was a male, 20-29 years old in the household of Francis Lingle in the 1830 Census of Rowan and this was very likely Joseph Lingle.


Maria Eve Lingle (8 Jan 1806 - 10 Mar 1844), daughter of Francis Lingle

Married Henry Moose 9 May 1821 in Cabarrus - marriage record says "Amelia Lingle". Her husband was the executor of the will of her father, Francis Lingle. Dates of birth and death provided by Diana Dellastatious.


Conrad Lingle (c1758 - Oct 1794), son of Lorentz Lingle

Married twice, first to Mary Elizabeth [maiden name unknown], second to Christina Sevetts [Savage]. Name of first wife from a 1782 deed record in which Conrad Lingel and his wife "Mary Lees" sold 220 acres to Leonard Klutz. "Mary Lees" was probably how the English clerk heard "Marieliss," a German nickname for Maria Elisabetha, or Mary Elizabeth in English. She must have died before Conrad married a second time to Christina Savage. Rowan Co, NC marriage bond says "Conrod Lingle" married "Christiana Sevetts" on 21 Oct 1790. Pastor Storch recorded this marriage as "Conrad Lingel" to "Christina Sewitz" on 21 Oct 1790. By his first wife, Conrad had three daughters, Barbara, Elizabeth, and Catherine. By his second wife, Conrad had two sons, Conrad and George. Conrad Lingle, Sr. died Oct 1794 and his funeral was preached by Pastor Storch on 15 Oct 1794. Cabarrus court records for October 1794 state that the administration of Conrad's estate was given to Christina Lingle (his widow) and Peter Troutman (his brother-in-law, married to his sister, Catherine). Conrad's widow, Christina, remarried to Lewis Fouts on 5 Jan 1797 in Cabarrus. Conrad's sons, Conrad and George, were named in the 1804 lawsuit as heirs of Conrad Lingle, deceased, and represented by their guardian, Peter Troutman (their uncle). I do not know why Conrad's daughters by his first marriage were not named in the lawsuit.

1790 Census of Mecklenburg, p.368
	1 white male 16 or older
	0 white males 0-15
	4 white females
	0 free colored people
	0 slaves

Barbara Lingle (1783 - ), daughter of Conrad Lingle

Cabarrus court records from 20 Apr 1795 state that Barbara Lingle, age 11 and a half years, orphan of Conrad Lingle, bound to Nicholas Miller until she is 18. Married Henry Holshauser [Holdshouser] 14 Dec 1802 in Rowan Co, NC. Nothing else known.


Elizabeth Lingle (1786 - ), daughter of Conrad Lingle

Cabarrus court records from 20 Apr 1795 state that Elizabeth Lingle, age 9, orphan of Conrad Lingle, bound to George Christman until she is 18. Nothing else known.


Catherine Lingle (1789 - ), daughter of Conrad Lingle

Cabarrus court records from Oct 1795 state that Catherine Lingle, age 6 years and 7 months, orphan of Conrad Lingle, bound to Jacob Berry until she is 18. Married Daniel Hornbarrier/Hornberger 6 Nov 1804 in Rowan Co, NC.

1850 Census of Rowan - listed as Catherine Hornbarrier, age 60. Living with William Hornbarrier, probably her son.

NOTE: A great deal of confusion between the various Catherine Lingles. See especially Catherine Lingle, daughter of Casper Lingle.


Conrad Lingle (1 Oct 1791 - 18 Aug 1859), son of Conrad Lingle

Buried at Thyatira Church Cemetery, Rowan. According to family history, married Elizabeth Fisher (1790-1884) in 1812, although this marriage was not recorded in county marriage records.

1820 Census of Rowan, p.228 (near brother George Lingle)
	3 M 0-9
	1 M 26-44
	1 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Rowan, p.389 (listed as "Concord Lingle", near brother George Lingle)
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 30-39
	2 F 0-4
	3 F 5-9
	1 F 30-39
1840 Census of Rowan, p.45
	1 M 5-9
	2 M 20-29
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 5-9
	2 F 10-14
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 20-29
	1 F 40-49

1850 Census of Rowan - listed as Conrad Lingle, age 56, with Elizabeth Lingle, age 57.


George Lingle (c1793 - after 1860 Census), son of Conrad Lingle

Wife Eve C. [maiden name unknown] (c1791 - alive in 1850). No marriage record could be found. Administered the estate of his uncle, Anthony Lingle, in Union Co, IL in 1836.

1820 Census of Rowan, p.228 (near brother Conrad Lingle)
	1 M 0-9
	1 M 26-44
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Rowan, p.389 (near brother Conrad Lingle)
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 30-39
	2 F 0-4
	1 F 5-9
	2 F 10-14
	1 F 30-39
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.72
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 10-14
	2 F 15-19
	1 F 40-49

1850 Census of Pulaski Co, IL, p.311 - listed as George Lingle, age 56, with Eve C. Lingle, age 58. Indexed incorrectly as "George Single."


Catherine Lingle (c1761 - alive in 1850), daughter of Lorentz Lingle

Married Peter Troutman, Jr. (c1761 - 1806) about 1785 in Rowan Co, NC. Proof of marriage in estate records of Lorentz Lingle.

Children:

After Peter Troutman died in 1806, Catherine never remarried. She is listed as Catherine Troutman in the 1810 Census of Cabarrus Co, NC. In 1850, she is listed as Catherine Troutman, age 88, in the household of her son, Peter Troutman III.


Wendell Lingle (c1763 - 1776), son of Lorentz Lingle

Little is known of Wendell, except that he died as a boy soon after his father died in 1775. Wendle Miller and John Lippard, the executors of Lorentz Lingle's will, sold Wendle Lingle's share outside the Lingle family, which apparently upset the rest of Lorentz's children, because they sued Wendle Miller and John Lippard in 1804.


Anthony Lingle (c1764 - 10 Oct 1836), son of Lorentz Lingle

The 1830 Census of Union Co, IL shows Anthony Lingle as a white male age 50-59, implying he was born between 1770 and 1779. However, according to the will of Anthony's father, Lorentz Lingle, Anthony's brother, Jacob Lingle, was Lorentz's youngest son. According to the 1850 Census, Jacob was born c1765, so Anthony must have born before 1765.

In the 1790 Census, Anthony Lingle was listed in Rowan Co, NC with one white male over 16 (Anthony himself), and one white female. The white female may very likely have been his mother, Eve Catherine [maiden name unknown] Lingle, since there is no evidence Anthony was married by 1790. The 1800 Census of Rowan Co, NC shows Anthony Lingle with one white male 26-44, and one white female over 45. Again, this female was likely his mother. An interesting note to Anthony's household in 1800 is that he is listed with one slave (no gender or age given), the only occurence I have found of a North Carolina Lingle owning slaves.

Anthony married three times. His first marriage was to Elizabeth Dowland ("Dolen" in the record) in Rowan Co, NC, no date, but during the administration of Governor Spaight, was was governor of NC from 1792 to 1795. There were apparently no children from this marriage, and Elizabeth was likely dead by the 1800 Census, unless she was considerably older than Anthony and she was in fact the female over 45 in Anthony's household in the 1800 Census, instead of this being Anthony's mother, as speculated above. Anthony secondly married Margaret Rebecca Cauble 20 May 1803 in Rowan Co, NC. She was the mother of all of Anthony's known children. Margaret Rebecca died between 1820 and 1830 in Union Co, IL. Anthony married his third wife, Sarah Murphy (possibly not her maiden name, she may have been previously married), on 21 Oct 1834 in Union Co, IL.

A Henry Dowland was the bondsman of Anthony's first two marriages. According to a researcher of the Dowland family, this could have been Henry Dowland who was born c1746, or his son Henry Dowland who born in 1773 (or it could have been one of them for the first marriage, and the other for the second). The elder Henry Dowland was likely the father of Anthony's first wife.

Anthony Lingle's family was part of the great land rush to southern Illinois when that area was first opened up to settlers. Anthony's family moved to Union Co, IL in 1817. Anthony's nephews, Paul Lingle, Daniel Lingle, and John Lingle (all sons of Anthony's older brother, Francis Lingle), either accompanied Anthony on the migration to Union Co, IL, or followed very soon after him. Anthony's brother, Jacob Lingle, who had been living in Butler Co, OH and Ripley Co, IN, joined Anthony in Union Co, IL by the 1820 Census. The last Lingle family to move to Union Co, IL before 1850 was that of George Lingle, son of Conrad Lingle, who was another of Anthony's brothers. George Lingle moved to Union Co, IL in the 1830s and administered Anthony's estate in 1836.

Dr. Schlenker's book mentions a Perrin article on Alexander Wilson Lingle of Union Co, IL, son of Anthony Lingle. W. H. Perrin was a book publisher who, in the late 1800s, wrote books on the local history and residents of counties in Kentucky and Illinois (and maybe other states I do not know about). For example, The Illustrated History of Kentucky, 1885, by Perrin, has an article on Robert N. Bushart of Hickman Co, KY, part of my Bushart clan. Similar books were published by the Goodspeed Publishing Co. for areas in Tennessee and Arkansas. It should be noted that many of the articles in the these local histories are not entirely factual. Agents of Perrin simply interviewed residents and then wrote short biographies on them. Either the residents themselves, or Perrin's agents, often greatly exaggerated the exploits of these residents and their ancestors.

Anyhow, I have not seen the original article on Alexander Wilson Lingle of Union Co, IL. If anyone has a copy of the article, I would be glad to post it here. According to Schlenker, the Perrin article states that Alexander Wilson Lingle was born 2 Jan 1810 in Rowan Co, NC to Anthony Lingle and Margaret Cauble. The Perrin article further states that Anthony Lingle's family came to Union Co, IL in the fall of 1817 and settled 2 and a half miles south of Cobden, and that Anthony had only four children who lived to adulthood, all of whom were alive in 1882, when the article was written: Polly [Mary Elizabeth], Alexander Wilson, John A., and Peggy [Margaret].

Dr. Schlenker cites Union Co, IL probate records (Probate Book B, pages 165-169 and 278), which show that Anthony died 10 Oct 1836, with George Lingle appointed administrator, and that Anthony's heirs were his widow, Sarah Lingle, and children Mary Lentz, Wilson Lingle, John Lingle, and Peggy Lingle.

1788 Rowan Co, NC Tax List (partial) - listed as Antoney Lingle 
1790 Census of Rowan, p.341
	1 white male 16 or older
	0 white males 0-15
	1 white females
	0 free colored persons
	0 slaves
1796 Rowan Co, NC Tax List (partial) 
1800 Census of Rowan, p.302
	1 M 26-44
	1 F 45 or older
	1 slave
1810 Census of Rowan, p.243
	1 M 0-9
	1 M 45 or older
	2 F 0-9
	1 F 26-44
1815 Rowan Co, NC Tax List
Was in 1818 State Census of Union Co, IL
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - 1 white male 21 or older, 4 others
1820 Census of Union Co, IL, p.336
	1 M 0-9
	1 M 10-15
	1 M 45 or older
	1 F 16-25
	1 F 26-44
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.54
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 10-14
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 50-59
	1 F 5-9

Mary Elizabeth Lingle (c1804 - after 1882), daughter of Anthony Lingle

Married Peter Lentz (Lence), Jr. on 11 Aug 1825 in Union Co, IL.

1850 Census of Union Co, IL, p.178 - Peter Lence, age 46, and Mary Lence, age 46.


Alexander Wilson Lingle (2 Jan 1810 - 1893), son of Anthony Lingle

As stated in the sketch of Alexander's father, Anthony Lingle, there was a short biography of Alexander Lingle published in 1882 by Perrin. He married Leah Dillow in Union Co, IL on 19 Aug 1834.

1840 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Wilson lingle
	2 M 0-4
	1 M 30-39
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 20-29

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - Wilson Lingle, age 40, and Leah Lingle, age 39.


Margaret Lingle (? - after 1882), daughter of Anthony Lingle

Not much known about her. Early census records indicate she was born in the 1820s. Dr. Schlenker's abstract of the Perrin article states she was alive in 1882. There were a few marriages of Margaret Lingles in Union Co, IL before 1850, so I'm not sure which is correct. Perhaps the full text of the Perrin article gives her married surname.


John A. Lingle (c1823 - after 1882), son of Anthony Lingle

Married Nancy J. Simonds in Union Co, IL on 25 Oct 1846.

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - John A, Lingle, age 26, and Nancy Lingle, age 20.


Jacob Lingle (c1765 - 18 Feb 1852), son of Lorentz Lingle

Full name was probably John Jacob Lingle. Born in Rowan Co, NC. Maried Anna Maria Cruse (Gruss, Gross) on 7 Aug 1788 in Rowan Co, NC. Moved to Butler Co, OH about 1808, and purchased 500 acres on 1 Aug 1813 in Butler Co on the Great Miami River along with his brother-in-law, Jacob Troutman (husband of Elizabeth Lingle, although she may have died by 1813). Later sold his share to Jacob Troutman.

NOTE: There was another Lingle family in Butler Co, OH. This family came from Pennsylvania, and was possibly distantly related to the Lingles from North Carolina.

All of Jacob Lingle's children except one were born in NC (Rowan or Cabarrus). Paul Lingle, Jacob's youngest child, was born about 1808 in Butler Co, OH. At least two of Jacob's children married in Butler Co, OH. Daughter Catherine Lingle married Samuel Garver 20 Mar 1808, and Jacob Lingle, Jr. married Rosana Beaver 11 Dec 1817. Several German families from Rowan/Cabarrus moved to Butler Co, OH, including the families of Lingle, Troutman, Garver, Beaver, Cruse, and Fisher.

Jacob Lingle owned land in Dearborn Co, IN and Ripley Co, IN (he bought land in Ripley on 8 Feb 1817). Dearborn Co, IN is adjacent to Butler Co, OH, and Ripley Co, IN is just west of Dearborn. Jacob Lingle may also have lived in Posey Co, IN for a while (Posey Co is in the SW corner of Indiana). Jacob's son, Lawrence Lingle, married Elizabeth Mock 17 Sep 1823 in Ripley Co, IN, and was living there in the 1850 Census.

Jacob Lingle moved to Union Co, IL, near his brother Anthony. Jacob Lingle was not in Union Co, IL for the 1818 State Census, but Anthony Lingle was. Jacob Lingle died 18 Feb 1852 in Union Co, IL and was buried as Casper Cem in Anna, Union Co, IL.

Jacob's wife, Anna Maria Cruse, was born 27 May 1764 in Philadelphia Co, PA. (The part of Philadelphia Co, PA where she was born became Montgomery Co, PA in 1784, which it is to this day). She was baptized 17 Jun 1764 at St. Paul's Lutheran in Philadelphia Co (today Montgomery Co), PA. Her parents moved to Rowan Co, NC shortly afer. She died in 1854 in Union Co, IL and was buried at Casper Cem.

1790 Census of Mecklenburg, p.368
	1 white male 16 or older
	0 white males 0-15
	4 white females
	0 free colored persons
	0 slaves
1800 Census of Cabarrus, p.718
	1 M 0-9
	2 M 10-15
	1 M 26-44
	3 F 0-9
	1 F 10-15
	1 F 16-25
	1 F 26-44
1810 Census of Butler Co, OH is lost
NOT in 1818 State Census of Illinois
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Jacob Lingle, Sr. to distinguish from 
his son of the same name - 1 male 21 or older, 9 others
1820 Census of Union Co, IL, p.336
	1 M 10-15
	1 M 16-25
	1 M 45 or older
	1 F 10-15
	3 F 16-25
	1 F 45 or older
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.57
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 60-69
	1 F 20-29
	1 F 60-69
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.58
	1 M 70-79
	1 F 70-79

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Jacob Lingle, age 84, with Mary Lingle, age 86. The enumerator reversed their birthplaces by writing that Jacob was born in PA and Mary was born in NC.


John Jacob Lingle, Jr. (c1789 - alive in 1850), son of Jacob Lingle

Married Rosana Beaver 11 Dec 1817 in Butler Co, OH. She was born in NC. This family moved around quite a bit. Soon after marrying in Butler Co, OH, they moved to Union Co, IL, where they were listed in the 1820 State Census. Henry Lingle, believed to be the oldest son of John Jacob Lingle, Jr. was born in IL c1819. Soon after the 1820 Illinois State Census, this family moved back to Butler Co, OH, where they were for the 1830 Federal Census. Their children born between 1820 and 1830 appear to have all been born in OH. Soon after the 1830 Census, this family left OH and settled in some unknown location in Indiana, possibly Ripley Co, near brother Lawrence Lingle. The children born in the 1830s were all born in Indiana. (Note: I have seen a genealogy stating that these children were born in Iowa. This stems from the 1850 Census of Union Co, IL, where the census taker wrote "Ia" for the birthplace of these children. Although IA is the modern postal abbreviation for Iowa, I am positive the census taker meant Indiana; "Ia" was a fairly common abbreviation for Indiana in 1850. Iowa did not even become a state until 1846, so none of John Jacob Lingle, Jr.'s children could have been born there in the 1830s.). Soon before the 1840 Census, the family made its last move back to Union Co, IL where they were for the 1840 Census. The 1850 Census shows that their children under 10 were all born in IL.

NOT in 1818 State Census of Illinois
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Jacob Lingle, Jr. to distinguish 
him from his father - 1 male over 21, 3 others
NOT found in 1820 Federal Census of Union Co, IL
1830 Federal Census of Butler Co, OH, p.98, St. Clair Twsp - near Jacob Troutman 
(his uncle), Peter and Lawrence Troutman (his cousins), Michael Mock (probably 
related to Elizabeth Mock, wife of his brother, Lawrence Lingle), and Daniel and 
George "Beever" (probably related to his wife, Rosana Beaver).
	3 M 0-4
	1 M 0-14
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 10-14
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.52 - listed as John J. Lingle
	2 M 10-14
	3 M 15-19
	1 M 50-59
	2 F 0-4
	2 F 5-9
	1 F 20-29
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as J.J. Lingle, age 61, with Rosanhah Lingle, age 48.


Catherine Lingle (c1790 - 1813), daughter of Jacob Lingle

Married Samuel Garver (son of Samuel Garver and Elizabeth Troutman) 7 Mar 1808 in Butler Co, OH and died in 1813. This is according to an article on her son, Joseph Garver (born 28 Nov 1812), in "Biographical Cyclopedia of Butler County, Ohio." Unknown if she had any other childen. Samuel Garver married again to Catherine Lippert on 21 Jul 1814 in Butler Co, OH. They were both living in the 1850 Census, leading to some to believe that the Catherine with him in 1850 was Catherine Lingle, but she was in fact Catherine Lippert.

See the online version of A History and Biographical Cyclopaedia of Butler County Ohio, published in 1882. There is a search engine there, and you can search for Lingle in the book. There are several Lingle references, but most are to John Lingle and his descendents in Madison and Lemon Townships. There is one reference to Catherine Lingle (daughter of Jacob Lingle) as the first wife of Samuel Garver. I do not know of any relationship between the Lingles from NC and those from PA.


Elizabeth Lingle (2 Jun 1793 - alive in 1850), daughter of Jacob Lingle

Date of birth and relation to Jacob Lingle from Bernard Cruse database. Married Samuel McKey 7 Jun 1822 in Union Co, IL.

Listed in 1850 Census of Union Co, IL (p.209) in household of Charles Corzine (possibly a son-in-law) as Samuel Mackey, age 57, and Elizabeth Mackey, age 57.


Peter Lingle (c1794 - alive in 1850), son of Jacob Lingle

According to the Bernard Cruse database, Peter first married Elizabeth Cruse in 1830 in Union Co, IL. However, Peter's oldest child, Washington Lingle, was born c1822, and Peter Lingle has a family in the 1830 Census. Peter Lingle married secong Louisa Burman 24 Aug 1848. Union Co, IL marriage records list a marriage of Peter Lingle to Mary Harvey on 13 Nov 1831 and another marriage of Peter Lingle to Mary Harvey on 13 Jul 1843 (this seems like a mistake in the compilation of the marriage records).

NOTE: If Peter's age of 56 in the 1850 Census is correct, or only off by a year, he was probably the twin of either his sister Elizabeth or his sister Margaret.

NOT in 1818 State Census of Illinois
1820 State Census of Union Co, IL - 1 male 21 or older, 1 other
NOT in 1820 Federal Census of Union Co, IL
1830 Census of Union Co, IL, p.45
	2 M 0-4
	1 M 5-9
	1 M 30-39
	1 F 5-9
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.51
	2 M 5-9
	1 M 10-15
	1 M 15-19
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 5-9
	1 F 20-29

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - listed as Peter Lingle, age 56, and Louisa Lingle, age 38.


Margaret Lingle (31 Dec 1794 - alive in 1850), daughter of Jacob Lingle

Date of birth and relation to Jacob Lingle from Bernard Cruse database. Married Samuel Dillow 20 Nov 1820 in Union Co, IL.

Listed in 1850 Census of Union Co, IL (p.176) as Samuel Dillow, age 50, and Margaret Dillow, age 49.


Lawrence Lingle (c1796 - alive in 1850), son of Jacob Lingle

Named after grandfather, Lorentz Lingle. Married Elizabeth Mock 17 Sep 1823 in Ripley Co, IN. According to a researcher of this Lingle line, Lawrence lived on land purchsed in Ripley Co, IN by his father, Jacob Lingle.

1830 Census of Ripley Co, IN, p.11
	1 M 0-4
	1 M 20-29
	1 F 20-29
1840 Census of Ripley Co, IN, p.86, incorrectly indexed as "Laurena Single."
	1 M 0-4
	3 M 5-9
	1 M 40-49
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 10-14
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 30-39

1850 Census of Ripley Co, IN - Lawrence Lingle, age 53, with Elizabeth Lingle, age 45.

NOTE: In the Bernard Cruse database, this Lawrence Lingle is confused with his cousin, Lawrence Lingle, son of Francis Lingle.


Sophia Lingle (7 Aug 1800 - alive in 1850), daughter of Jacob Lingle

Date of birth and relation to Jacob Lingle from Bernard Cruse database. According to Bernard Cruse database, married John Fink c1825 in Union Co, IL.

Listed in 1850 Census of Union Co, IL (p.206) as John Finck, age 52, Sophia Finck, age 50.


Susannah Lingle (c1804 - ), daughter of Jacob Lingle

Date of birth and relation to Jacob Lingle from Bernard Cruse database. Married Isaac Dillow 12 Aug 1832 in Union Co, IL.

Could not find in 1850 Census, although Bernard Cruse database says she died in Union Co, IL in 1858. Possibly Isaac Dillow died and she remarried.


Paul Lingle (c1808 - alive in 1850), son of Jacob Lingle

Only one of the children of Jacob Lingle to be born outside NC (he was born in Butler Co, OH). According to Bernard Cruse database, he married Rachel Cruse c1831 in Union Co, IL.

1840 Census of Union Co, IL, p.58 - NOTE: Census taker did not mark down 
a category for Paul Lingle himself, although he did mark categories for 
his wife and children.
	1 M 0-4
	2 M 5-9
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 20-29

1850 Census of Union Co, IL - Paul Lingle, Jr., 41, with Rachel Lingle, age 32[?, hard to read].

NOTE: Paul Lingle, son of Jacob Lingle, was referred to as Paul Lingle, Jr. to distinguish him from his first cousin, Paul Lingle, son of Francis Lingle. THEY WERE FIRST COUSINS, NOT FATHER AND SON!!!!! This is a common pitfall of genealogy. Nowadays we assume that a Senior and Junior are father and son, and we are right most of the time. To our ancestors, all that those terms meant was that there were two men with the same name living close to one another, one older than the other. The terms Junior and Senior are very imprecise. For example, in my Troutman genealogy, I have three generations of Peter Troutmans. Peter Troutman (born 1716) had a son named Peter Troutman (born c1761) who in turn had a son named Peter Troutman (born c1790). The middle Peter Troutman (born c1761) was known as Peter Troutman, Jr. to distinguish him from his father, up until his father's death. Later, this same Peter Troutman (born c1761) was known as Peter Troutman, Sr. to distinguish him from his son. Basically, you should be careful interpretting the meaning of the terms Junior and Senior.


Elizabeth Lingle (c1770 - before 1820), daughter of Lorentz Lingle

Married Jacob Troutman (22 Sep 1768 - c1845), brother of Peter Troutman who married Elizabeth's sister, Catherine. Proof of marriage in estate records of Lorentz Lingle:

Children:

Around 1810, the family of Jacob Troutman moved from Rowan Co, NC to Butler Co, OH to join brother-in-law Jacob Lingle who had moved there a couple years earlier. Together, Jacob Lingle and Jacob Troutman purchased 500 acres in Butler Co, OH on the Great Miami River on 1 Aug 1813. The deed was signed by Jacob Lingle and wife Mary [Anna Maria Cruse] and Jacob Troutman. Jacob Troutman's wife did not sign, suggesting Elizabeth Lingle Troutman was dead by then. She was certainly dead by the 1820 Census of Butler Co, OH. NOTE: The 1810 Census of Butler Co, OH was lost.


Anna Maria Lingle (c1772 - c1840), daughter of Lorentz Lingle

Married Peter Limbaugh (spelled Limbo, Limbough, Leinbach) 28 Jul 1791 according to the Storch diary. Peter Limbo and wife Anna Maria named as heirs of Lorentz Lingle in 1804 lawsuit. After Anna Maria died c1840 in Franklin Co, TN, Peter Limbaugh remarried Judith C. "Judy" Smith on 18 Jul 1845.

This family moved to Franklin Co, TN sometime before 1820. Here is the listing for Peter Limbough in the 1830 Census of Franklin Co, TN, p.108

	1 M 5-9
	2 M 10-14
	1 M 20-29
	1 M 60-69
	1 F 0-4
	1 F 5-9
	1 F 15-19
	1 F 50-59

Assuming that the female 50-59 is Anna Maria Lingle Limbough, and that her age is correct, she was born between 1770 and 1780, but since she married in 1791, and her father died in 1775, she was born closer to 1770.

Children:

Websites:


Marriages of descendants of Lorentz Lingle before 1 Jan 1851

These are the abstracts of the original records, with spellings preserved, except as noted.

GroomBrideDateNotes
Montgomery Co, IL marriage records
Lingle, Reuben A.Wilhelm, Catharine24 Oct 1850
Lipe, WileyLingle, Maria11 Jun 1846
Union Co, IL marriage records
Allen, ThomasLingle, Catherine21 Apr 1839
Atherton, AndersonLingle, Polly11 Aug 1848
Biggerstaff, JacobLingle, Sarah22 Sep 1838
Caraker, Paul G.Lingle, Nancy27 Dec 1839
Caraker, ReubenLingle, Sarah9 Nov 1845
Dillow, AbrahamLingle, Sophia26 Dec 1841
Dillow, IsaacLingle, Susannah12 Aug 1832
Dillow, SamuelLingle, Margaret20 Nov 1820
Dillow, SimonLingle, Eve Susannah7 Sep 1843
Downer, JosehuaLingle, Christina27 Oct 1840
Gunn, Hiram JLingle, Elizabeth31 Jan 1850
Hartline, GeorgeLingle, Elizabeth5 Mar 1843
Hinkle, WilliamLingle, Mary Margaret8 Mar 1843
Ledgerwood, GeorgeLingle, Margaret31 Mar 1842
Lence, AdamLingle, Mary Ann Eliza17 Oct 1844
Lence, DavidLingle, Massy11 Sep 1831
Lence, JohnLingle, Permelia23 Nov 1845
Lence Peter JrLingle, Mary11 Aug 1825
Lingle, Alexander WDillow, Leah19 Jun 1834
Lingle, AnthonyMurphy, Sally21 Oct 1834
Lingle, CalebKeller, Elizabeth9 Mar 1843
Lingle, CharlesLedgerwood, Sarah M20 Nov 1842
Lingle, DanielAgner, Eizabeth13 Nov 1845
Lingle, DanielFarmer, Elizabeth11 Feb 1848
Lingle, HenrySitter, Elizabeth28 Feb 1846
Lingle, HenryVancil, Elizabeth26 Mar 1848
Lingle, JameShileman, Catherine3 Jan 1833
Lingle, John ASimonds, Nancy J25 Oct 1846
Lingle, JosephVancil, Jane30 Sep 1849
Lingle, LawrenceMackey, Sophia30 May 1847
Lingle, PeterBurman, Louisa24 Aug 1848
Lingle, PeterHarvey, Mary13 Jul 1843SEE NOTE #1, BELOW
Lingle, PeterHarvey, Mary13 Nov 1831SEE NOTE #1, BELOW
Lingle, WashingtonSmith, Manerva19 Jan 1845
Lisenby, Andrew JLingle, Sophia22 Jul 1849
Mull, MartinLingle, Katherine6 Apr 1834
McAllen, FrancisLingle, Sarah25 Dec 1849
McKey, SamuelLingle, Elizabeth7 Nov 1822
Wilson, John LLingle, Anna Margaret3 Nov 1840
Morgan Co, IN marriage records
Grunt, Andrew NoahLingle, Catherine 20 Jan 1850
Lingle, AdamMyers, Phebe16 Aug 1840
Lingle, CasperRatts, Matilda9 Jan 1845
Lingle, JacobMyers, Magdalen8 Aug 1842
Myers, JacobLingle, Mary17 Sep 1846
Prichard, JohnLingle, Rebecca- 13 Feb 1834
Secrest, FelixLingle, Sarah7 Jan 1841
Owen Co, IN marriage records
Lingle, CasperSandy, Catherine9 Aug 1846
Ripley Co, IN marriage records
Carter, Charles WLingle, Eliza Ann20 Jun 1850
Hartsock, Nelson Lingle, Mary1 Oct 1827SEE NOTE #2, BELOW
Lingle, LawrenceMock, Elizabeth17 Sep 1823
Burke Co, NC marriage records
Lingle, AlfredBeen, Elizabeth30 Jun 1829
Lingle, JohnTips, Mary1815 (no month or day given)
Lingle, JohnTurnmire, Sally20 Feb 1829
Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records
Carriker, GeorgeLingle, Sarah4 Aug 1842
Fouts, LewisLingle, Christena5 Jan 1797
Lingle, Archibald MBlackwelder, Lucinda M25 Apr 1848
Lingle, DanielCell, Peggy27 Feb 1810
Lingle, JacobBlackwelder, Sally22 Jul 1817
Lingle, PaulHeagler, Rosena20 Nov 1807
Moose, HeryLingel, Amelia9 May 1821
Voyls, RolinLingle, Elizabeth27 Aug 1811
Rowan Co, NC marriage records
Barger, AndrewLingle, Sally K11 Jul 1850
Deal, AlexanderLingle, Mary12 Nov 1849
Deal, HenryLingle, Elizabeth10 Aug 1850
Deal, JohnLingle, Mary29 Jan 1816
Freeze, James SLingle, Eliza L10 Nov 1849
Holshauser, HenryLingle, Barbary14 Dec 1802
Hornberger, DanielLingle, Catharine6 Nov 1804
Johnson, WilliamLingle, Sophia17 Apr 1834
Lingle, AnthonyCauble, Rebeca20 May 1803
Lingle, AnthonyDolen, Elizabethno dateSee NOTE #3, BELOW
Lingle, ConrodSevetts, Christiana21 Oct 1790
Lingle, JacobGruss, Mary7 Aug 1788
Lingle, JacobSefford, Elizabeth29 Dec 1830
Lingle, JohnIsahom, Caty28 Jul 1832
Lingle, JohnPeeler, Margarett13 Mar 1841
Lingle, LaurenceLence, Betsey17 Sep 1821
Lingle, MosesTrexler, Louize20 Feb 1847
Lingle, MosesCowan, Jane C4 Nov 1848
Tips, DavidLingle, Sally14 Dec 1819
Butler Co, OH marriage records
Garver, Samuel Jr.Lingle, Catherine20 Mar 1808
Lingle, JacobBeaver, Rosannah11 Dec 1817

Marriage record notes

  1. Two marriages of Peter Lingle to Mary Harvey (one on 13 Jul 1843 and another on 13 Nov 1831) are probably a mistake by the person who compilied the marriage records of Union Co, IL.
  2. Not sure how this Mary Lingle (who married Nelson Hartsock 1 Oct 1827 in Ripley Co, IN) relates to rest of the Lingle family. Possibly another daughter of Jacob Lingle, son of Lorentz Lingle.
  3. No date but during administration of Gov. Spaight (1792-1795).

Lingle family mentions in Account Book of Pastor Storch (1764-1831, Rowan/Cabarrus area of NC)


Pre-1850 Census and Tax Records


Federal Census of 1850

This is an attempt to find all persons in the 1850 Federal Census born with the name Lingle who are descended from Lorentz Lingle of Rowan Co, NC. This means all male Lingles descended from Lorentz, as well as all females with the maiden name Lingle descended from Lorentz. I think I found the great majority of the male Lingles and about half of the female Lingles.

Arranged alphabetically by state, then county, then page.

I try to give the ancestry of most of these Lingles. The symbol ">" indicates "son of" or "daughter of". The symbol "pr>" means "probably son of" or "probably daughter of". The symbol "pos>" means "possibly son of" or "possibly daughter of". There are quite a few female Lingles I was unable to identify, though I have no doubt they were descendants of Lorentz Lingle. I also tried to identify spouses and cite the marriage records.

I did my best with spellings of surnames. The Lentz family in Union Co, IL may have changed the spelling to "Lence" as it appears this way in most early records; this family was from the same area of NC as the Lingles, and they intermarried both in NC and IL.

I only abstracted the names, ages, and birthplaces. There is a little more info in the actual records (such as occupation, literacy, value of real estate) if you are interested and want to look these up yourself. For the households of married female Lingles, I usually just abstracted only the husband and wife, not any children. The gender of most of these people should be obvious from their names; where it was not obvious, I added it.


Illinois

IL Montgomery p.119
[Maria (Lingle) Lipe > Jacob > Francis > Lorentz; husband was Wiley Lipe; Montgomery Co, IL marriage records, 11 Jun 1846; I did not copy entire household.]
Wiley Lipe, 29, NC
Mariah Lipe, 23, NC

IL Montgomery p.121
[Sarah (Blackwelder) Lingle, widow of Jacob > Francis > Lorentz; widow of Jacob Lingle; Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records, 22 Jul 1817]
[John Lingle, age 7 months, was probably born out of wedlock to one of Sarah's daughters.]
Sally Lingle, 50, unknown
Salina Lingle, 22, NC
Martha Lingle (male???, that is what the census taker wrote), 20, NC
Josey Lingle (male), 17, NC
Jacob Lingle, 14, NC
John Lingle, 7 months, NC

IL Montgomery p.143
[Reuben Alexander > Jacob > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Louisa Catherine Wilhelm; Montgomery Co, IL marriage records,
11 Jun 1846]
Rubin A. Lingle, 20, NC
Louisa Lingle, 18, NC

IL Pulaski p.311
[Christina (Lingle) Downer pr> George > Conrad > Lorentz; husband was Joshua Downer; Union Co, IL marriage records, 27 Oct 1840; I did not copy entire household]
Joshua Downer, 34, PA
Christianna Downer, 33, NC

IL Pulaski p.311
[George > Conrad > Lorentz; wife was Eve C. (maiden name unknown); married 1810-1820, Cabarrus or Rowan]
George Lingle, 56, NC
Eve C. Lingle, 58, NC
Monroe G. W. Lingle, 19, NC
Katherine C. Hartline, 12, IL

IL Pulaski p.319
[Anna Margaret (Lingle) Wilson > ???; husband was John Wilson; Union Co, IL marriage records, 3 Nov 1840; I did not copy entire household]
John Wilson, 44. Ireland
Ann Margaret Wilson, 33, NC

IL Union p.162
[Nancy (Lingle) Carriker pr> Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; husband was Paul G. Carriker; Union Co, IL marriage records, 27 Dec 1839; I did not copy entire household.]
Paul Karraker, 31, IN
Nancy Karraker, 33, NC

IL Union p.166
[Mary Margaret (Lingle) Hinkle > ???; husband was William Hinkle; Union Co, IL marriage records, 5 Mar 1843; I did not copy entire household.]
William Hinkle, 28, NC
Margaret Hinkle, 24, IL

IL Union p.167
[Caherine (Lingle) Allen > ???; husband was Thomas Allen; Union Co, IL marriage records, 21 Apr 1839]
Thomas Allen, 33, NC
Catherine Allen, 36, NC

IL Union p.171
[Jacob Lingle and Parmelia Lingle > ???]
[with family of Jacob Lemly[sp?]. I did not copy entire household.]
Jacob Lingle, 12, IL
Parmelia Lingle, 8, IL

IL Union p.174
[Massey (Lingle) Lentz > ???; husband was David Lentz; Union Co, IL marriage records, 11 Sep 1831; I did not copy entire household.]
David Lence, 44, NC
Massey Lence, 36, NC

IL Union p.174
[Catherine (Lingle) Mull > ???; husband was Martin Mull; Union Co, IL marriage records, 6 Apr 1834; I did not copy entire household.]
Martin Mull, 41, NC
Catherine Mull, 34, NC

IL Union p.174
[Mary "Polly" (Lingle) Atherton > ???; husband was Anderson Atherton [Etherton]; Union Co, IL marriage records, 11 Jun 1848; I did not copy entire household.]
Anderson Etherton, 22, IL
Mary Etherton, 22, IL

IL Union p.175
[Eve Susannah (Lingle) Dillow > ???; husband was Simeon Dillow; Union Co, IL marriage records, 7 Sep 1843; I did not copy entire household.]
Simeon Dillow, 30, IL
Susannah Dillow, 28, NC

IL Union p.175
[Sophia (Lingle) Dillow > John > Francis > Lorentz; husband was Abraham Dillow; Union Co, IL marriage records, 26 Dec 1841; I did not copy entire household; info that she was dau of John Lingle from Bernard Cruse database.]
Abram Dillow, 33, NC
Sophia Dillow, 32, NC

IL Union p.176
[Sophia (Lingle) Lisenby pr> Paul > Francis > Lorentz; husband was Andrew J. Lisenby; Union Co, IL marriage records, 22 Jul 1849]
Andrew Lisenby, 21, IL
Sophia Lisenby, 21, IL

IL Union p.176
[Paul > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Rosena Heagler; Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records, 20 Nov 1807]
Paul Lingle, 67, NC
Rosena Lingle, 59, NC
Daniel Lingle, 17, IL

IL Union p.176
[Charles > Paul > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Sarah M. Ledgerwood; Union Co, IL marriage records, 20 Nov 1842]
Charles Lingle, 35, NC
Sarah Lingle, 27, TN
William Lingle, 5, IL
Melvina Lingle, 3, IL
Frederick Lingle, 2, IL

IL Union p.176
[Alexander Wilson > Anthony > Lorentz; wife was Leah Dellow; Union Co, IL marriage records, 19 Aug 1834]
Wilson Lingle, 40, NC
Leah Lingle, 39, NC
Michael Lingle, 15, IL
Henry Lingle, 12, IL
Margaret Lingle, 10, IL
John Lingle, 7, IL
Thomas Lingle, 2,IL

IL Union p.176
[Margaret (Lingle) Dillow > Jacob > Lorentz; husband was Samuel Dillow; Union Co, IL marriage records, 20 Nov 1820]
[I did not copy entire household.]
Samuel Dillow, 50, NC
Margaret Dillow, 49, NC

IL Union p.177
[Daniel pr> John Jacob > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Farmer; Union Co, IL marriage records, 11 Feb 1848]
Daniel Lingle, 22, OH[?, hard to read]
Elizabeth Lingle, 20, IL
Rosannah Lingle, 7 months, IL
James Seller[sp?], 4, IL

IL Union p.177
[Elizabeth (Lingle) Gunter pr> John Jacob > Jacob > Lorentz; husband was Hiram J. Gunter (Gunn in marriage record); Union Co, IL marriage records, 31 Jan 1850; living with family of Benedict Mull; I did not copy entire family.
Hiram Gunter, 21, TN
Elizabeth Gunter, 17, IN

IL Union p.178
[Paul > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Rachel Cruse according to Bernard Cruse database; married c1831 in Union Co, IL]
[NOTE: enumerated as Paul Lingle, Jr. to distinguish him from his older cousin, Paul Lingle, son of Francis. They WERE NOT father and son.]
Paul Lingle Jr., 41, OH
Rachel Lingle, 32[?], NC
Jefferson Lingle, 17, IL
Jacob Lingle, 15, IL
Matilda Lingle, 14, IL
Margaret Lingle, 12, IL
Peter Lingle, 9, IL
Silas Lingle, 7, IL
Philip Lingle, 5, IL
Jackson Lingle, 2, IL
Mary Lingle, 1, IL

IL Union p.178
[Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Anna Maria Cruse; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 7 Aug 1788]
[NOTE: census taker reversed birthplaces of Jacob Lingle and his wife.]
Jacob Lingle, 84, PA
Mary Lingle, 86, NC

IL Union p.178
[John Jacob > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Rosannah Beaver; Butler Co, OH marriage records, 11 Dec 1817]
[NOTE: census taker wrote "Ia" for the birthplace of some of John Jacob Lingle's children. In 1850, "Ia" was the abbreviation for Indiana, NOT Iowa.]
J. J. Lingle, 61, NC
Rosannah Lingle, 48, NC
John Lingle, 24, OH
George Lingle, 19, IN
Susannah Lingle, 15, IN
Sarah Lingle, 13, IN
Lydia Lingle, 11, IN
Samuel Lingle, 9, IL
Absalom Lingle, 7, IL
Polly Ann Lingle, 4, IL

IL Union p.178
[Mary (Lingle) Lentz > Anthony > Lorentz; husband was Peter Lentz, Jr.; Union Co, IL marriage records, 11 Aug 1825; I did not copy entire household.]
Peter Lence, 46, NC
Mary Lence, 46, NC

IL Union p.184
[Lucinda > Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; with family of Peter Cruse, Jr; I did not copy entire household.]
Lucinda Lingle, 12, IL

IL Union p.185
[Moses > John > Francis > Lorentz; with family of Jacob Greer; I did not copy entire household.]
Moses Lingle, 21, NC

IL Union p.187
[Peter > Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; with family of John Dewit; I did not copy entire household.]
Peter Lingle, 20, IL

IL Union p.187
[Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Louisa Burman; Union Co, IL marriage records, 24 Aug 1848; she was his 2nd or 3rd wife; according to Bernard Cruse database, Peter married Elizabeth Cruse (12 Dec 1800 - before 1848) c1830 in Union Co, IL and she was the mother of all his children; Union Co, IL marriage records show a marriage of Peter Lingle to Mary Harvey on 13 Nov 1831 and another marriage of Peter Lingle to Mary Harvey on 13 Jul 1843 (this must be a mistake by whoever compiled the Union Co, IL marriage records); Elizabeth Cruse's full name may have been Mary Elizabeth Cruse, and she may have been the widow of a Mr. Harvey when she married Peter Lingle; When Peter married Louisa Burman, some of his children by his first wife went to live in other households.]
Peter Lingle, 56, NC
Louisa Lingle, 38, Germany
Alfred Lingle, 16, IL
Sophia Lingle, 15, IL

IL Union p.187
[Lawrence > Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Sophia Mackey; Union Co, IL marriage records, 30 May 1847]
Lawrence Lingle, 22, IL
Sophia Lingle, 22, IL

IL Union p.188
[Washington > Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Minerva Smith; Union Co, IL marriage records 19 Jan 1845]
[Also, Missouri > Peter > Jacob > Lorentz; according to Bernard Cruse database, she was Washington Lingle's sister, not his daughter.]
Washington Lingle, 27, IL
Minerva Lingle, 22, IL
Missouri Lingle, 9, IL
Mary Ann Lingle, 5, IL

IL Union p.192
[James > Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Catherine Shileman; Union Co, IL marriage records, 3 Jan 1833]
James Lingle, 35, NC
Catherine Lingle, 29, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 11, IL
Washington Lingle, 9, IL
Melinda Lingle, 7, IL
James Lingle, 5 months, IL

IL Union p.192
[Caleb > Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Keller; Union Co, IL marriage records, 9 Mar 1843]
Caleb Lingle, 30, IL
Elizabeth Lingle, 23, IL
Abner Lingle, 5, IL
Marion Lingle (male), 4, IL
John Lingle, 1, IL
Daniel Lingle, 2 months, IL

IL Union p.192
[Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Margaret Sell [Cell]; Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records, 27 Feb 1810]
Daniel Lingle, 62, NC
Margaret Lingle, 59, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 22, IL

IL Union p.192
[Daniel pr> Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Agner; Union Co, IL marriage records, 13 Nov 1845]
Daniel Lingle, 24[?, hard to read], IL
Elizabeth Lingle, 35, NC
Catherine LIngle, 10, IL
William Lingle, 2, IL
James Lingle, 1, IL

IL Union p.193
[Sarah (Lingle) McAllen pr> Daniel > Francis > Lorentz; husband was Francis McAllen; Union Co, IL marriage records, 25 Dec 1849]
Francis McAllen, 20, TN
Sarah McAllen, 21, IL

IL Union p.198
[Henry pr> John Jacob > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Vancil; Union Co, IL marriage records, 26 Mar 1848; Henry may have been married once before to Elizabeth Sitter; marriage record from Union Co, IL of Henry Lingle to Elizabeth Sitter 28 Feb 1846; she may have died soon after marriage.]
Henry Lingle, 30, IL
Elizabeth Lingle, 20, IL
John Lingle, 1, IL

IL Union p.198
[Joseph pr> John Jacob > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Jane Vancil; Union Co, IL marriage records, 30 Sep 1849]
Joseph Lingle, 25[?, hard to read], OH
Jane Lingle, 18, IL

IL Union p.202
[Mary Ann Eliza (Lingle) Lentz > ???; husband was Adam Lentz; Union Co, IL marriage records, 17 Oct 1844]
Adam Lence, 29, IL
Mary Lence, 22, NC

IL Union p.206 [Sophia (Lingle) Fink > Jacob > Lorentz; husband was John Fink, married c1825 in Union Co, IL according to Bernard Cruse database; I did not copy entire household.]
John Finck, 52, NC
Sophia Finck, 50, NC

IL Union p.209
[Elizabeth (Lingle) McKey > Jacob > Lorentz; husband was Samuel McKey; Union Co, IL marriage records, 7 Nov 1822]
[Living in household of Charles Corzine; I did not copy entire household.]
Samuel Mackey, 57, PA
Elizabeth Mackey, 57, NC

IL Union p.224
[John A. > Anthony > Lorentz; wife was Nancy J. Simonds; Union Co, IL marriage records, 25 Oct 1846]
John A, Lingle, 26, IL
Nancy Lingle, 20, IL

IL Union p.231
[Nelson > John > Francis > Lorentz; age and birthplace givern here are incorrect, he was born 15 Jul 1823 in Union Co, IL and died there 25 Mar 1900, and he was the son of John Lingle (according to Bernard Cruse database); with family of William Haley; I did not copy entire household.]
Nelson Lingle, 37, Germany


Indiana

IN Morgan p.69
[Jacob > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; wife was Mary Magdalene Myers; Morgan Co, IN marriage records 17 Sep 1846]
Jacob Lingle, 28, NC
Mary Lingle, 26, NC
Sarah C. Lingle, 3, IN

IN Morgan p.69
[Casper > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; wife Catherine Sandy; Owen Co, IN marriage records, 9 Aug 1846; she was Casper's second wife, first was Matilda Ratts; Morgan Co, IN marriage records, 9 Jan 1845; she must have died soon after marriage]
[also, Catherine (Tipps) Lingle, widow of Adam > Casper > Lorentz; widow of Adam Lingle; married c1805, probably in Burke Co, NC]
Casper Lingle, 28, NC
Catherine Lingle, 35, IN
John S. Lingle, 3, IN
William A. Lingle, 1, IN
Catherine Lingle, 65, NC

IN Morgan p.79
[Adam > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; wife was Phebe Myers; Morgan Co, IN marriage records, 16 Aug 1840]
Adam Lingle, 33, NC
Phebe Lingle, 30, NC
Simpson N. Lingle, 9, IN
Joseph A. Lingle, 6, IN
A. M. Lingle (male), 4, IN
Charity Knoy, 10, IN

IN Morgan p.79
[Mary (Lingle) Myers > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; husband was Jacob Myers; Morgan Co, IN marriage records, 17 Sep 1846]
[I did not copy entire household.]
Jacob Myres, 23, IN
Mary Myres, 23, NC

IN Ripley p.240
[Lawrence > Jacob > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Mock; Ripley Co, IN marriage records, 17 Sep 1823]
Lawrence Lingle, 53, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 45, NC
Mary Lingle, 23, IN
John Lingle, 21, IN
Jacob Lingle, 18, IN
Henry Lingle, 16, IN
David Lingle, 14, IN
Elizabeth Lingle, 12, IN
Joseph Lingle, 10, IN
Susan Catherine Lingle, 6, IN
Lydia Ann Lingle, 4, IN
William Lingle, 3, IN
Magdalena Cradie[sp?], 67, NC

IN Ripley p.241
[Eliza Ann (Lingle) Carter > Lawrence > Jacob > Lorentz; husband Charles W. Carter; Ripley Co, IN marriage records, 20 Jun 1850]
[with Elizabeth Carter, age 64, probably Charles's mother. I did not copy entire household]
Charles W. Carter, 36, NC
Eliza Ann Carter, 24, IN

IN Washington p.278
[Elizabeth (Lingle) Voyles > Casper > Lorentz; widow of Rolin Voyles; Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records, 27 Aug 1811]
[with William Voyles, probably her son. I did not copy entire household.]
Elizabeth Voyles, 63, NC

IN Washington p.330
[Sarah (Lingle) Tipps > Casper > Lorentz; husband was David Tipps; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 14 Dec 1819]
[I did not copy entire household.]
David Tipps, 57, NC
Sarah Tipps, 57, NC


Mississippi

MS Smith p.329
[David A. > John > Casper > Lorentz; wife was Rachel Brown; married c1839, probably in Smith Co, MS]
David Lingle, 37, NC
Rachael Lingle, 27, AL
William Lingle, 7, AL
Lucenda Lingle, 5, AL
Rosa Lingle, 1, AL


Missouri

MO Newton p.359
[Alfred > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Been; Burke Co, NC marriage records, 30 Jun 1829]
Alfred Lingle, 41, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 40, NC
Caty Ann Lingle, 15, IN
Alfred Lingle, 9, MO
Mary, 7, MO
Aymartha[sp?] Lingle (female), 5, MO
Elizabeth Lingle, 2, MO
Narcissus Lingle (female), 1, MO


North Carolina

NC Cabarrus p.431
[Catherine (Lingle) Troutman > Lorentz; widow of Peter Troutman (c1761 - 1806); married c1785 probably in Rowan Co, NC]
[with family of son Peter Troutman. I did not copy entire household.]
Catherine Troutman, 88, Rowan Co, NC [Census taker wrote county and state of birth]

NC Cabarrus p.449
[Archibald Monroe Lingle pr> Jacob > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Lucinda M. Blackwelder; Cabarrus Co, NC marriage records, 25 Apr 1848]
Archibald M. Lingle, 31, Rowan Co, NC [Census taker wrote county and state of birth]
Lucinda M. Lingle, 21, Cabarrus Co, NC
Joana C. Lingle, 1, Cabarrus Co, NC

NC Caldwell p.60
[Sarah (Turnmire) Lingle, widow of John Lingle > Adam > Casper > Lorentz; widow of John Lingle; Burke Co, NC marriage records, 20 Feb 1829.]
Sarah Lingle, 45, NC
Adam Lingle, 20, NC
John Lingle, 18, NC
James Lingle, 16, NC
Monroe Lingle, 13, NC
William Lingle, 11, NC
Catherine Turnmire, 76, NC

NC Rowan p.133
[Sarah (Lingle) Barger > ???; husband Andrew Barger; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 11 Jun 1850]
[Actually, census taker should not have shown them as a married couple, because he was supposed to show the state of households on the first day of the census, 1 Jun 1850. He apparently showed the state of thia household the day he arrived, 10 Aug 1850.]
Andrew Barger, 26, NC
Sarah Barger, 21, NC

NC Rowan, p.158
[probably Catherine (Lingle) Louder > Francis > Lorentz; widow of ? Louder; married 1810-1820 in Cabarrus or Rowan; 1840 Census of Cabarrus Co, NC shows John Lowder and Solomon Lowder, either may have been Catherine's husband; mentioned in the will of Francis Lingle as daughter Catherine Louder]
Catherine Louder, 66, NC
Milly Louder, 30, NC
Catherine Louder, 21, NC
Daniel Louder, 18, NC

NC Rowan p.159
[Conrad > Conrad > Lorentz; wife Elizabeth Fisher; married c1812, Rowan or Cabarrus]
Conrad Lingle, 56, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 57, NC
Margaret A. Lingle, 27, NC
Catherine C. Lingle, 25, NC
Salome Lingle, 23, NC
Sarah Lingle, 21, NC
Wilson A. Lingle, 19, NC
Mary E. Lingle, 15, NC

NC Rowan p.159
[John pr> Conrad > Conrad > Lorentz; wife Margaret Peeler; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 13 Mar 1841]
John Lingle, 34, NC
Margaret Lingle, 28, NC
Isabella N. Lingle, 5, NC
Samuel J. Lingle, 3, NC
Elizabeth M. Fite, 13, NC

NC Rowan p.174
[Moses pr> Conrad > Conrad > Lorentz; wife Mrs. Jane C. Cowan, widow of ? Cowan; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 4 Nov 1848]
Moses Lingle, 36, NC, teacher
Jane C. Lingle, 38, NC
William L. Cowan, 9, NC
Benjamin F. Cowan, 6, NC
Sarah Jane Cowan, 5, NC
James C. Lingle, 3 months, NC

NC Rowan, p.185
[Mary (Lingle) Deal > ???; husband Alexander Deal; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 12 Nov 1849]
Alexander Deal, 26, NC
Mary Deal, 27, NC

NC Rowan p.188
[Mary (Lingle) Deal > Casper > Lorentz; husband John Deal; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 29 Jan 1816]
[I did not copy entire household]
John Deal, 59, NC
Mary Deal, 57, NC

NC Rowan, p.189
[Eliza L. (Lingle) Freeze > ???; husband James S. Freeze; Rowan Co, NC marriage records; 10 Nov 1849]
James S. Freeze, 30, NC
Eliza L. Freeze, 25, NC

NC Rowan p.202
[Jacob > Casper > Lorentz; wife Elizabeth Sefford [Sifford]; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 29 Dec 1830]
Jacob Lingle, 54, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 45, NC
Christina Seaford, 80, NC
Margaret L. Beaver, 12, NC
Henry Deal, 22, NC

NC Rowan p.202
[John > Casper > Lorentz; wife Catherine Isahom [probably a misreading of Isenhauer], John's second wife; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 28 Jul 1832; John's first wife was Mary Tipps; Burke Co, NC marriage records, 1815 (no month or day)]
John Lingle, 59, NC
Catherine Lingle, 45, NC
Moses Lingle, 15, NC
Mary Lingle, 15, NC
Alfred Lingle, 10, NC
Rachel C Lingle., 7, NC
Sarah M. Lingle, 4, NC

NC Rowan p.202
[Catherine (Lingle) Hornbarrier > Conrad > Lorentz; widow of Daniel Hornbarrier; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 6 Nov 1804]
[living with William Hornbarrier, probably her son. I did not copy entire household.]
Catherine Hornbarrier, 60, NC

NC Rowan p.222
[Moses pr> Lawrence > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Anna Louise Trexler; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 20 Feb 1847]
Moses Lingle, 24, NC
Anna Lingle, 21, NC
Mary E. Lingle, 2, NC
John E. Lingle, 4 months, NC

NC Rowan p.225
[Lawrence > Francis > Lorentz; wife was Elizabeth Lentz; Rowan Co, NC marriage records, 17 Sep 1821]
Lawrence Lingle, 50, NC
Elizabeh Lingle, 49, NC
John Lingle, 22, NC
Anna Lingle, 18, NC
Louise Lingle, 15, NC
Elizabeth Lingle, 12, NC

NC Rowan, p.226
[Catherine (Lingle) Barger > Casper > Lorentz; widow of John Barger [Berger, Barrier]; married John Berger (c1744 - Apr 1824) on 11 Aug 1796, in Rowan or Cabarrus, according to a history of the Barger/Berger/Barrier family.]
[NOTE: Her age given in the 1850 Census cannot be correct, if she really was the daugter of Casper, who born in 1754. She was probably born c1776.]
[with family of son Charles Barger. I did not copy entire household.]
Catherine Barger, 82, NC

NC Rowan p.230
[Elizabeth > ???]
[living with family of Jeremiah Graeber. I did not copy entire household]
Elizabeth Lingle, 19, NC

NC Union p.267
[Alexander pos> George > Conrad > Lorentz; wife Charlotte (maiden name unknown); married c1838 in NC]
Alex. Lingle, 34, NC
Charlotte Lingle, 30, NC
Franklin Lingle, 10, NC
John Lingle, 8, NC
Thomas Lingle, 6, NC
Charlotte Lingle, 1, NC


Tipps/Tippong Family records

Here is an abstract of the will of Conrad Tippong from Lincoln Co, NC. Note that Mathias Barringer was Conrad's stepson, son of his wife Margaret Bushart, by her first husband, Mathias Barringer, Sr. In the will, he is called Mathias Barringer, Sr., since he also had a son named Mathias. Conrad Tippong apparently had no children of his own.

1207. CONRAD TIPPONG. signed 15 Oct 1832, probated Sep 1838/Mar 1842. Wife Margarete. To Mathias Barringer and to his son David Barringer. Division among Mathias Barringer, Sr., Jacob Tippong on lower creek in Burke Co and the 3 children of Elias Tippong dec'd, to wit, Conrad. Mary, and Christina who live in Ohio. To Susanah wife of said Mathias Barringer. Excecutor: Mathias Barringer and son David Barringer. WIT. Daniel Probst, Elias Smyer. Book 2, pg 2. SECOND WILL: To wife. To Margaret dau of Mathias Barringer. To Conrad, Molly, and Christina, the 3 children of my brother Elias Tippong now dec's, late of OH or IN. My residuary legatees, Peter Tippong, George Tippong, Jacob Tippong, and Joseph Tippong, sons of my brother Jacob Tippong. Executor: David Reinhardt. WIT. Daniel Smyer, Elias Smyer. Book 2, pg 2.

Both Conrad and Jacob Tippong were Revolutionary War vets. Here are the abstracts of their pension files:

TIPPONG, Conrad, NC Line, S7729, applied 10 Feb 1833 Lincoln Co, NC aged 88, soldier was born 3 or 4 miles from Philadelphia, PA, lived in Lincoln Co, NC at enlistment.
TIPPS, Jacob, NC Line, Margaret, R10616, soldier married Margaret Grant [sic] (William Martin signed marriage bond with soldier 10 Jun 1778 in Lincoln Co, NC), soldier was in 1748 in PA, he lived in Rowan Co the part that became Lincoln Co at elistment and lived there until the end of the Rev, then moved to KY for 1 and a half years,then returned to Lincoln Co for 1 year, then movedto Burke Co, NC where he applied 26 Jan 1832 and soldier died there 3 Nov 1837 as shown officially or 5 Nov 1837 as stated by his widow, soldier and widow were married at the residence of Catherine Arney's step-father in Lincoln Co, NC (no relationship given), widow applied in 1844 in Burke Co, NC aged 81 and died there 1 or 14 Sep 1846 (both dates given), surviving children in 1853 were;
1) John Tipps of Burke Co, NC
2) Mrs. Barbara Hood of Caldwell Co, NC,
3) Mrs. Susan Deal of Cherokee Co, NC,
4) Mrs. Catherine Lingle of Morgan Co, IN,
5) David Tipps of Washington Co, IN,
6) Mrs. Betsey Cross of Jackson Co, IN,
7) Mrs. Margaret Franklin of Bartholomew Co, IN,
8) Peter Tipps of Rush Co, TX [this must be Rusk, because there is no Rush Co in Texas],
9) Jacob Tipps of Harris Co, TX,
10) George Tipps of Franklin Co, TN,
11) Sarah "Sally" Awalt of Davis Co, IA,
In 1853 Mrs Catherine Arney, age 91, made affadavit in Caldwell Co, NC and had went to school with soldier's widow, no relationship given.

You can order photocopies of the entire pension file from National Archives with the number, R10616, for Jacob Tipps.

Of course, Mary Tipps Lingle was not listed because she was dead by 1853.

I found an article on the Tipps family in Heritage of Rowan County, North Carolina on the Tipps family, but I'm sorry to say I forgot to photocopy it. The gist was that the father of Jacob Tipps (whose name I cannot recall) arrived in Philadelphia from Germany in the mid-1700s, that Jacob Tipps moved first to VA then to NC, and that all the Tipps in America descend from this one immigrant, Jacob's father. The name was originally Debon or Debong, which became Tepong, Tippong, and was finally shortened to Tipps. English clerks had a hard time distinguishing the sound of German Ds from Ts, likewise Bs and Ps. The ship record probably came from "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" so you should be able to find it there.


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