Barker:EFMC #4017 p295.
It appears ch. Anna died young and the second Anna was so named. Barker; FF #2/p13. Bapt by Rev. Joshua Kocherthal the leader of the Palatines to America. Date sometimes used for his death is 1791 which seems to coincide to the date he made his will. He signed a deed Feb 1797 and Maria is called widow in 1799. There is an extensive documentation in FF pp13-20.
aka Anna Maria Catherina.
FF p64. Pr. He was probably the Adolph in Capt. Klock's 1763 militia company. Will dtd 1783 names children.
FF p64. Died before he did as his will talks of Annebell the widow of a
Mr. Fink. See Fahlinger book p21. name in the Church was Anna Dorthea
Sp by Thos Schumacher and wife Dorothy.
Son William's pet for pension 1832 stated he and his father Samuel enlisted in Wantage and his father took sick and died there. William's deposition says he was born in Warren, Somerset, NJ.
"Zimmiah" is given by MSW on chart done in 1921, presumably with assistance of Manley A. Shafer is it probable her name was Zerviah, since Eleanor named a child that.
Lived Woodbury CT until somewhat before 1767 then Washington CT.he is shown G11:7. FANH shows his mother-in-law as Ruth HAW(?). (EHV) He was married by the Rev. Mr. Hemingway (a cousin)
REF: Goodsell #7
Data shows a son of Patience, John Orton by second husb John Orton who she m2 on 4Mar1782 in Woodbury, CT Most of the data transcribed herein is from a published paper "Some more Descendents of John Warner, The Immigrant of Farmington CT., through Daniel(5) Warner ...Who was Killed at the Battle of Bennington." by Edward Raymond Sandiford. (1957) on film LDS Library.
She wan't born in Westmoreland! Try the Litchfield Nortons
Lived Middletown RI 1790 census shows a Peter, Westchester NY prob his son a Quaker. All children were born in Middletown RI. vr of RI Vol VII Friends and Ministers p45, marr. p4. B76.
It appears Ebenezer left Dartmouth for a time about 1768. The births of his daughters are not shown after that in Dartmouth and he is missing from the MA tax lists of 1770-8. Yet his children are shown as being married there after
that and Ebenezer and Zervia show there again in 1780-7 and the US 1790MA042
(1-1-3) with the count right for Dinah, Patty and Mercy. Where was he? Do to daughters moving to Cambridge we believe this Ebenezer was the one shown in census 1800NY376 00001-00011-00. After Zervia's death it appears he moved into home with Caleb & Jedida as 1810NY491 census shows 2 men 45+. 1 woman 45+. Thus Zervia was deceased, assume they d. Cambridge, NY. H.W. Cushman, shows last child as "Mercy" who married an unknown Barker. Hannah and Mercy are the same person. Check the ref on Dinah in Camden, Oneida Co. NY
Mar. Dvr. Sherman, John H "Sherman Directory" p2636 "Zerviah1" no children listed. Shows on NY census 1800 but not 1810. Ebenezer lived his final years with Jedida and Caleb Gifford in Cambridge, Washigton Co, New York.
Gravestone exists in Pettibone Cem Cheshire Ma. "Pittsfield Sun VR 1800-45" p121. Source Pontius, Schenectady NY (1986) Mar: Goshen vr pub in Hibbard History of Goshen (1897) p574. Noted as Revolutionary Officer. Removed to Lanesboroug in 1768. Was constable Committee of Correspondance, Served in First Lanesborough Company, Capt Joseph Barnes, Col Benj Simond's 2nd Berkshire Regt. on 3 May 1776. Soc of Cin CT called Col.
Phelps #394. Birth changed by gravestone to 1740 as Stone says ae73.
Record shows Gardner T. b. 1799. Unless it was a second mar it looks ???.
All ch born in Lanesboro MA. Moved to Lanesboro in 1733 where he and his
brother John had fine farms. In 1786 as he was moving to Killington VT
he died on the Journey! See Barker p89. Was a barber and served in Rev in Capt. David Wheelers Co in 1777.
We have a photograph of Martha with dates. The number of St. Johns is confusing. We will search the family to fill out data now that we have names to look for. A History of the Carter Family quotes: "John Carter jr. married Mary St. John about 1776; he was sent to England in his youth to be educated, returned to Va about the time of the Revolution and settled in King William County VA on the "Brandywine" Plantation; was commissioned a Captain in the Spotsylvania Militia in 1777 and saw
distinguished service during the revolutionalry War." See "Captain John" for Rev War Service. "A History of the Carter Family": by Thomas Bunn Also Miller: "The Descendents of Thomas Carter"
See Williams; Records of the ST. John Family CS/72/s143/1884 and others.
I studied the ref but could make no solid connection. It is a hand
written book with no index. All people were in Connecticut.
A John Arnold is named in the will of James Arnold of Mecklinburg Will made 13may1776 prob. 6nov1775 p208. John Arnold is shown in the Mecklinburg Co marriages as consenting to the marriage of Isaac and Anne Andrews 61May 1795. While we have no other information about John, he "fits." We have to do more towards developing a family group sheet on him. His father left him a plantation. "That tract of land he now lives on both sides of little creek which I had of George Walker (?) and 100 acres on the said creek joining of that out of the old ---- which I now live on by new line ...." Follow the land records to see where who inherits this parcel. 1800 personal property tax list. p185.
REF: Shown in Mecklenburg Co Records PPtax list 1800 (ESMC p185)
Shown in Mecklenburg marriages as conscent for Anne. p13.
Also shows in Va wills "Meck: Wm. 1772i" could be his father.
George appears in the MM p158. as con for the da shown above. Varney
Andrews appears as bond for Elizabeth showing a familial connection
between Varney and George. Since George doesn't appear in the list of
William Andrews' children, we presume he is a cousin. Our guess is
that he is a son of George, thus a second cousin of Varney. Another
possibility is that he is a son of Rowland thus a first cousin of
Varney. Ephraim is ruled out as his sons are named.
REF: Shows up on Mecklenburg Marriages.
REF: Shows mar of Martha 1785 Meck. Co Marriages 1765-1853 p252