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201 Birthdate calculated from headstone Ritts, Mary Ann (I2193)
 
202 Born and brought up in Kentucky, Boston Hoblet lived in Greene, Hamilton and Montgomery counties, Ohio. He emigrated from KY to Ohio with his wife, Sarah, on horseback about 1798. They first settled about one half mile north of Centerville, Ohio. In 1803 he moved to Bellbrook in Greene County.
....from an article by B.F. Vaughan, Centerville, OH, printed for a Hoblet reunion

Boston Hoblet appears on the following tax lists:
Northwest Territory, Ohio, 1800
Greene Co., OH, Miami Township, 1809
Greene Co., OH, Sugar Creek Township, 1810

Boston Hoblet was named after his grandfather, Sebastian Wiegle. He was called So..bostian, which became "Boston."

Sources:
Greene Co., OH cemetery inscriptions, Vol IV
Probate file on his son, John Hoblet, Logan Co., IL
Family History Library - IGI
Ohio Tax Lists
Probate file of Boston Hoblet, Greene Co., OH, file box 18, Adm. p. 383
DAR application of Patti Bowman Silvestri (Nat'l No. 666863)
Joseph L. Hoblit manuscript (1983)

Inscriptions in Primitive Baptist Cemetery, southwest of Bellbrook, Greene, Ohio:
Hoblit, William 31 Dec 1874, age 66 years 5 months 18 days.
Letitia 1808-1864
Hoblit, Merit 26 August 1877, age 77 years.
Anna, wife, September 8, 1881 age 79 years.
Hoblet, Infant of Boston and Sarah. No date given.
Boston (Veteran) March 3, 1859, age 85 years.
Sarah Oct 9 1831, age 60 years.

REF: http://www.historicgeorgetown.org/family/hhoblit.html
From "The History of Warren County, Ohio", G977.176 W252 GEA.

1. BOSTON HOBLIT was born in Maryland. He married ELIZABETH, born in Virginia. They located in Greene County, Ohio, between 1790 and 1800, being among the first settlers of the county; opened out right in the woods, braving all the trials and dangers of those early days. They had a son:
11. MERITT HOBLIT
Boston remained and died on the farm where he first settled, living to a very advanced old age; he died about 1850; he was a soldier in the war of 1812.; was quite a prominent man in his day, and held several offices; was Constable and County Trustee.

11. MERITT HOBLIT was born in Ohio, about 1800. He married ANNA SACKET, a daughter of Cyrus Sacket and wife, Nancy, natives of Pennsylvania. Meritt and Anna had twelve children:
111. SARAH HOBLIT
112. NANCY HOBLIT
113. BOSTON HOBLIT
114. WILLIAM H. HOBLIT
115. DAVID HOBLIT
116. BENJAMIN HOBLIT
+ SIX OTHERS
Meritt died in July, 1877. Anna was still living at the home place in 1880.

111. SARAH HOBLIT married a HAGERMAN and lived in Auglaise County.

112. NANCY HOBLIT married a BOWMAN.

113. BOSTON HOBLIT, no data.

114. WILLIAM H. HOBLIT was born in Greene County, Ohio, 13 February, 1834. On 19 July, 1863, he married REBECCA M. THOMAS, born 18 December, 1837, a daughter of Edward P. Thomas and Abigail Benham. Edward was a native of Ohio, and Abigail of Pennsylvania, a daughter of James and Lydia Benham. (See also file on THOMAS). William and Rebecca had twin children:
1141. LUVILLIE MACGRUDER HOBLIT
1142. VALENTINE MONTERVILLE HOBLIT

115. DAVID HOBLIT, No data.

116. BENJAMIN HOBLIT, No data.

1141. LUVILLIE (LUVILLA) MACGRUDER HOBLIT was born 29 May, 1864. She married PERRY WILLIAM HARTSOCK. They had a son:
11411. JESSE VALENTINE HARTSOCK
Luvillie died in childbirth. (See HERZOG, HARTSOCK).

1142. VALENTINE MONTERVILLE HOBLIT, no data.

11411. JESSE VALENTINE HARTSOCK, no data.

Was Boston in the War of 1812? 
Hoblit, Sebastian Boston (I1690)
 
203 Born April 23, Thursday, 1925 at 2:30 Hicks, Archibald (I4313)
 
204 Born Nov 17, Wednesday, 1920 at 6:30 am Hicks, Raymond A. (I4312)
 
205 Born with an open spine, lived 1 month
 
Reinhardt, Irene (I1118)
 
206 Bristish Census
1851 Overton, Lancashire, England
John is listed at age 26 with wife Isabella age 24 living in the Township of Overton, in the village of Overton, both born in Heysham.

1861 Heysham, Lancashire, England
John & Isabella are living in the Village of Heysham with daughter Jane age 4 and daughter Ellen age 2. 
Stephenson, John (I4990)
 
207 Buford was Irish and English - Mervel
 
Beasley, Buford Lynn (I160)
 
208 Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Liberty
Clay County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Fairview, Block 60, Lot 3, Space 2
Reference: Findagrave.com 
Franklin, Agnes Anne (I716)
 
209 BURIAL: King's Chapel Cem. "Here lyeth buried the body of ELIZABETH RAYNSFORD
aged 81 yearse deceased the 16 day of November 1688" 
?, Elizabeth (I1961)
 
210 BURIAL: King's Chapel, Boston "Here lyes the body of MR EDWARD RAYNFORD Senior
aged 71 years departed this life Anno Domini 16 82 [sic]

REF: Margaret Olson's Russell/Cole Ancestry
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=olsoneme&id=I4289

Edward was Elder of the First Church of Boston; Freeman, 1637; married (2) Elizabeth Dildee or Dilloe (1607-88) - both are buried in King's Chapel burying ground, Boston; was a merchant. Baptised at Staverton, England 10 Sept 1609, Parish of St. John the Baptist, and was eighth child of Robert. His brother was Lord Chief Justice of England. Edward is mentioned in his father's will as the third son and is to receive 100 pounds when age 21. He emigrated to Boston, Mass. about 1630.Carl Flegal (cflegal@msn.com) offered via email 18 Jun 1999 re: ancestry of Edward back to Charlemagne:The best reference that I have is Gary Boyd Roberts, "The New England Ancestry of H.R.H. The Princess of Wales," NEHGR, 136, 85-103, 1982: "The second royal descent, compiled by H. J. Young from F. N. MacNamara, Memorials of the Danvers Family (of Dauntsey & Culworth) (London, 1895), William F. Carter, The Quatremains of Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1936), volume 8 of the Moriarty manuscript collection and a few other sources, is from Hugh Capet, King of France, d. 996, through counts of Hainault, Roucy, Montdidier, and Clermont, and the Clare, Wake, Duston, Grey of Rotherfield, Breton, Quatremain, Bruley, Danvers, Langston and Giffard families." "These kinships are explored in "The Mowbray Connection," 7: 162-166, 174, 175."Weiss gives the ancestry of Adelaide de Clermont.James A. Rasmussen, "Edward Raynesford of Boston," NEHGR, 225-315, July, 1985 gives the ancestry through Alice Danvers, her father Sir William Danvers of Colthrop, her grandmother Joan Bruley. "Further particulars on Alice's ancestry may be found in Samuel Barfield, Thatchem, Berks, and its Manors (Oxford, 1901), edited by James Parker."Details of these ancestries are found on the internet:One ancestry of Joan Bruley is given at (www.my-ged.com/db/page/scokin/04297). This fits with my reference. I have not entered this ancestry into my computer and can not send you a GEDCOMmyself. I'll be looking for it myself.Paul Bailey McBride carries the ancestry of Thomas de Grey (-1295) on back with many references, (www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/rfc/gw30.htm#18518)Apparently many New England immigrants descend from Joan Bruley including Ann Mowbray Hutchinson. Joan Bruley's ancestry also appears to be correct at {ww.gendex.com/users/Enf_Bry/Enf_Bry/i372.htm#159565).I have not checked any of the cited references yet.

REF: The Olive Tree Genealogy
The Abigail ship passenger list 1635
Lists Edward Rainsford age 26
 
Rainsford, Edward (I1078)
 
211 Buried in the 4th addition of College Hill Cemetery
Lat: 3836'40"N, Lon: 8948'58"W

The Cemetery is north of McKendree College on Alton St. and Summerfield St. in Lebanon, Ill. Lebanon is about 30 miles from St. Louis, MO on Route 50 and 4 north of 64 on route 4.

This cemetery was formed in 1820s for the ministers of the Methodist curcuit of Southern Illinois and family and ministers at McKendree College. It was given to the city of Lebanon around the 1920s. 
Stahlhuth, Elleanor Bell (I205)
 
212 Buried in the 4th addtion of College Hill Cemetery
Lat: 3836'40"N, Lon: 8948'58"W

The Cemetery is north of McKendree College on Alton St. and Summerfield St. in Lebanon, Ill. Lebanon is about 30 miles from St. Louis, MO on Route 50 and 4 north of 64 on route 4.

This cemetery was formed in 1820s for the ministers of the Methodist circuit of Southern Illinois and family and ministers at McKendree College. It was given to the city of Lebanon around the 1920s.

Census
1920 Federal Census
Webster Groves, MO Julia is the head of household with Ella B., here sister, living with her. She also has several boarders including a Louise Timken, age 63 who was born in Wisconsin. Is this her cousin (daughter of Ernestine Stahlhuth who married Gerhard Timken)?

REF: St. Louis City Directory, 1889. St. Louis, MO: Gould Directory Co., 1889. St. Louis City Directory, 1890. St. Louis, MO: Gould Directory Co., 1890.
Name: Julia M. Stahlhuth
Location 1: 2234 Wash
Occupation: dressmkr.
Year: 1890
City: St. Louis
State: MO
 
Stahlhuth, Julia Maria (I204)
 
213 Buried in the Pine Hill Graveyard but later removed to the cemetery of the Silver Spring Church and buried in the Huston lot, where they are marked by a granite monument.
Source: 'History of the Huston Families and their Descendants', E. Rankin Huston, 1912, p 146, 202, 263.
 
Huston, Jonathan (I3048)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ritts, Robert Daniel (I3642)
 
215 Butz is pronounced "Boots"
Listed in 1880 and 1900 as Boots
Parents born in Germany, he was born in Ohio
 
Butz, Andrew (I5814)
 
216 by Rev. Cuthbertson (traveling preacher) Family F786
 
217 Came to America in 1670

REF: Gene & Helen Percival family tree

REF: Florence LaVernia Wood's notes on Percival Line
James Percival born in Somertshire, England was the son of Sir James Percival, Lord of Eastbury, (according to Mrs. Lloyd and Mr. Hayman). He was born 1615. We no not know when he came to America (1670). He died in Sandwich, Mass. 1691 (Records of town of Sandwich sent by town clerk J. A. Holway, to Miss C. T. Burkham 37 W. 49th St., New York City)
children
John b. 1680 m. Mary Bourne, July 3rd, 1703 d. 1738

REF: A GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY of THE FIRST SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND, SHOWING THREE GENERATIONS OF THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE MAY, 1692, ON THE BASIS OF FARMER'S REGISTER. VOLUME 3 page 393
PERCIVAL, PASSEVIL, PASSAVIL, or PARCYFULL, and in Col. Rec. PURSUALL, JAMES, Sandwich, had Elizabeth b. 10 Sept. 1675. JAMES, Haddam, possib. s. of the preced. had John, b. 17 Oct. 1706; and Timothy (by w. Abigail), 2 Oct. 1712. JOHN, Barnstable, had Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1704; and James, 5 Dec. 1711. Perhaps he was br. of the preced.

REF: Mayflower Descendant Volume XIV Barnstable County, Mass., Probate Records, pages 118 & 119
WILL: made Jan 19 1691/2, leaves to wife Mary, sons John ans James, daughter Elizabeth, son in law Nathan Bassett; daughter in law Sarah Lewes; overseers to be friends Stephen Skeffe and William Bassett of Sandwich; inventory 22 Mar 1691/2; recorded 23 Mar 1691/2

In the Plymouth Colony records, Volume V:
" The court at Plymouth fined James Percival L5 for contempt of authority in not departing from the colony according to order and escaping with one with whom he was sent in reference to going to Virginia to clear himself of suspicion of running away with a boat"

He remained in Sandwich and in 1677 married Mary, widow of William Bassett, daughter of Edward Rainsford of Boston. He was permitted to take land in the eastern part of Falmouth about 1685. In 1685 he would have been 70 and hardly a desireable pioneer settler.

REF: Ashleys of the Old Colony, pgs xviii-xxii
Title: Ashley, Robert E., Ashley's of the Old Colony, Descendants of Joseph and Elizabeth (Percival) Ashley of Rochester, Mass.,
Author: Tracy Ashley Crocker
Publication: (1981) Gateway Press, Baltimore, C1087, Vol. I.

James Percival, immigrant, begins his Will made January 19, 1691 as follows:

"I James Parsivall of Suckenesset," this being the Indian name of that part of the southwestern Cape Cod now known as Falmouth. This town was incorporated June 4, 1686, but the name Falmouth was first used on March 16, 1693.

WILL: made Jan 19 1691/2, leaves to wife Mary, sons John ans James, daughter Elizabeth, son in law Nathan Bassett; daughter in law Sarah Lewes; overseers to be friends Stephen Skeffe and William Bassett of Sandwich; inventory 22 Mar 1691/2; recorded 23 Mar 1691/2

His permanent home was in Falmouth where he owned much land besides his homestead. He had resided for a while in Virginia and Sandwich, MA but there is no record that he ever owned land in either place or that he was recorded as an inhabitant of Sandwich in any of the records naming the inhabitants of Sandwich.

The first references to James Percival are in the Plymouth Colony Records, Vol. 5, pgs 53 and 68.

"Court at Plymouth, March 8, 1670: James Purseval, for his contempt of authority in not departing the colony according to order, and for his making an escape from one with whom he was sent, in reference to his going to Virginnia to clear himself of suspicion of having a hand in running away with a boat, etc., he was required to pay a fine of five pounds."

July 5, 1671 pg 68, "Whereas 15 shillings in money was taken away from a servant of James Pursvall of Sandwich, who run away, the court orders 8 shillings to be paid to the constable for bringing him to Plymouth and the remainder to be paid to said Pursvall."

This shows that James Percival, the New England Pioneer, was living in Virginia in 1670.

James Pursval served on the jury at Plymouth court in 1675. He was a constable in Sandwich in 1677. He witnessed the Will of Thomas Dexter of Sandwich in 1687. It is probable that he was born in England and as his wife Mary Rainsford was baptized in Boston in 1632, it quite probable that he was born at a date not far from that.

He remained in Sandwich and in 1677 married Mary, widow of William Bassett, daughter of Edward Rainsford of Boston. He was permitted to take land in the eastern part of Falmouth about 1685. In 1685 he would have been 70 and hardly a desireable pioneer settler.

It appears that he did not own land in Virginia and from the fact that he acquired much land in Falmouth, MA, he probably would have been a land owner in Virginia if he had lived there more than two years. And as his name is not recorded among those early Virginian immigrants, it seems reasonable to conclude that he probably arrived in Virginia between 1668 and 1670, at which latter date he arrived in Sandwich from Virginia.

There is a tradition that he was descended from Lord and Lady Percival, but this is indefinite. There is little doubt, however, but that James Percival was descended through lines not recorded or not yet discovered from Richard Perceval, the Crusader, who died soon after 1194 and was buried in Weston, Somerset, England.

Ashleys of the Old Colony, pgs xviii-xxii 
Percival, James (I509)
 
218 Canada Census
1861 Esquesing, Halton, Ontario, Canada West
Living with Richard Preston and his family, age 10
 
Stephenson, Christopher W. (I1478)
 
219 Canada Census
1861 Esquesing, Halton, Ontario, Canada
Living with Thomas F. Howson family, close to Elizabeth Preston's brother, Jonathan Preston

A. Miller Stephenson's notes lists his death date as 1/18/1928 
Stephenson, Rev. Roger Preston (I1477)
 
220 Canada. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa. "1861 Census of Canada". Database. Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com Opterations Inc., 2009. http://www.ancestry.com : 2009. Source (S162)
 
221 Cape Cod Library Of Local History and Genealogy # 37

The Mayflower Passengers

The Mayflower Descendants Vol. I page 110-113.

The Mayflower Planters Cape Cod Series Vol. I, II. by Leon Clark Hill

He came to New England on the Mayflower with his father Stephen Hopkins.

Plymouth Colony Deeds Vol. 3 Pt.1. page 91.

Gyles Hopkins of Eastham to John Winge of Yarmouth. Lands of Stephen Hopkins
deceased, heired by his son Caleb Hopkins also dec'd. 9 Nov. 1666. Wit.
Josias Cooke, John Freeman, Stephen Hopkins.

National Genealogical Society Quarterly vol.5,#1. Pueblo library

He signed a codicil to his Will on March 15,1689 and it was probated April
26,1890 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Plymouth Colony Marriages To 1650 Pueblo public library

Adventures Of Purse And Person Virginia 1607-1625 Pueblo library 975.

Information of Berry Price (Rootsweb)

He is named in the Will of his son-in-law William Merrick written 5 May
1723, codicil added 29 Aug. 1729 and both proved 29 Nov. 1732 in Harwich,
Barnstable, Massachusetts.
 
Hopkins, Giles (I2712)
 
222 Captain in the American Revolution.
 
Percival, Timothy (I3764)
 
223 Carson, Will C.. Historical Souvenir of Greenville, Illinois: Being a Brief Review of the City from the Time of its Founding to Date. Effingham, Illinois: The LeCrone Press, 1905.

on-line at archive.org 
Source (S197)
 
224 CAUTION: This David and Mary need to be verified as the parents of Isabel Luce. Much confusion and issues with birth dates and marriage dates.

Some have David Luce marrying Jemimiah Corwin 3 June 1725 in Southold, Suffolk, NY

Were there two David Luce's about this time in Southold?

Books to check out:
The American descendants of Henry Luce, 1640 to 1978, by Martha Fletcher McCourt, McCourt, 1978

The American descendants of Henry Luce of Martha's Vineyard, by New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995
 
Luse, David (I6527)
 
225 Census
1850 Federal Census for St. Charles County, Missouri does not show Catherine living with any of the Kempers
1860 Federal Census for St. Charles County, Missoui (page 62)
Shows her listed as Catherine Coleman in William Bradencamp's household, age 73 and born in Norway, implies birth year of 1787
1870 lists her as Clara Kulman aged 85 and born in Hanover, implies birth year of 1785. Census recorded on Aug 18, 1870

REF: Family Search IGI
Clara Elizabeth W. Kuhlmann
Burial: 18 May 1870
St Pauls Lutheran, New Melle, St Charles, Missouri

This IGI record conflicts with the census of 1870 which was recored on Aug 18, 1870
 
Bockbreder, Catherine Margaret Meyer (I3576)
 
226 Census
1860 Is this the "Amelia" listed in the census? Is Jennie's middle name Amelia? 
Kirk, Jennie A. (I3569)
 
227 Census
1860 Mary Jane is raising Effie Mae, her niece, and her mother, Barbary, and her brother, Clark, are living with her family.
 
Hoblit, Mary Jane (I1949)
 
228 Census
1870 does not list her but does list Gustave and Emil 
Tiemann, Ophilie Louise (I3725)
 
229 Census
1870 lists Sophia's age as 2 which implies she was born in about 1868 and lists Samuel's age as 4. Are Samuel and Sophia's birth dates reversed?
 
Stahlhuth, Sophia Louisa (I203)
 
230 Census
1870 Richland Twp, Clarion Co., PA she is living with Daniel's family 
?, Catherine (I2174)
 
231 Census
1870 Richland Twp, Clarion Co., PA
Lists her name as Sarah and 1 year old
1900 District 75, Indianapolis Ward 4, Marion, Indiana
Listed with her sister's (Luella) family (C. P. Brant)
1910 District 75, Indianapolis Ward 4, Marion, Indiana
Listed as Matilda Ritts with her sister's (Luella) family (C.P. Brant)
1920 District 80, Indianapolis Ward 4, Marion Indiana
Listed as Matilda Ritts with her sister's (Luella) family (C. P. Brant) 
Ritts, Sarah Matilda (I274)
 
232 Census 1790
Randolph Co., NC
Lists a Clement Wood with 1 boy under 16 and 2 females

REF: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/randolph/history/randpet.txt
Randolph County, NC - Petitions - 1785 & 1788

Randolph County, NC, Petitions 1785 and 1788

The following two petitions dating from the late 1780s and listing many
male residents of Randolph County, NC, in the late 1780s have been of great
value to genealogists in identifying not only many heads of households
living in the new county, but also many unmarried males, some of whom I
believe had not reached their majority when they signed the petitions. The
petitions followed within 10 years the formation in 1779 of Randolph
County, which before being formed consisted of the southern third of
Guilford County, Guilford in turn having been stricken off Orange County in
1771.

The two petitions to the North Carolina State Assembly ensued from
dissatisfaction by the county residents signing the first petition, about
1785, with the location of the county courthouse and other county
government activities in the northeastern part of the new county. Location
of the seat of government at such a great distance from residents in the
south part required them to spend more than a day reaching the seat of
government, attempting to conduct their business there during daytime
hours, and returning home. This petition, containing 331 names, asked that
the courthouse, jail, stocks (punishment and confinement devices), and
other governmental operations be moved to the center of the county. On the
other hand, most of those living in or near the area where court and other
county business was transacted preferred that the seat of government remain
where it was in the northeastern location, and they, in turn presented a
second petition in 1788 with 360 names to theState Assembly urging that the
courthouse not be moved.

After consideration for several years amidst political maneuvering by both
factions, the State Assembly finally acted to relocate the courthouse to a
site near the center of the county, where the new court held its first
session on Wednesday, 12 June 1793. The new site was named Asheborough --
now Asheboro -- after Samuel Ashe, North Carolina governor from 1795 to
1798. The two petitions were found among the papers of the State Assembly
in the 1970s, and an excellent article appeared in the Journal of the
Randolph County Genealogical Society in the fall of 1978-79 under the
authorship of Mac Whatley (Lowell McKay) Jr., of Asheboro, describing the
background of and the political considerations that attended the actions
which ended with the relocation of the county seat.

Two matters about the petitions are of concern to genealogy. The first is
that there are a number of duplicate names, most resulting from the actions
of two militia commanders signing the names of the members of their company
to the second petition ?by consent,? a number of these 155 residents having
already signed the first petition. The second is that the names of several
members of a family sometimes appear to be in the same handwriting, and
includes household members who are known from placing their ?marks? on
deeds and other sworn documents to have been unable to sign their own
names; but their names nevertheless attest to their presence in Randolph
County at the time.

1785 Petition

To the Honourable the Gennerall Assembly for the State of North Carolina
The Petition of the Inhabitance of Randolph County Humbly Sheweth That a
Number of them Labour at a Great Disadvantage in Attending on Public
Meetings Owing to the Place Whare the Coarte is held being so fare from the
Center of the said County We your Humble Petitioners Beg that your
Honourable Boddy Would Pass an Act Directing that Commishoners be Appointed
for the Purpose of Centering the Said County & Erecting the Publick
Buildings At or Neare the Center of the Said County and We your Petitioners
are Ever Bound to Pray etc.

Richard BIRD Jas. (x) MALLETT Richard BEAN
William BIRD Jas. (x) LATHEM Junr. Peter VONKANNEN
Nimrod BREWER Wm. (x) READESenr. Asel DOLLERHIDE
Thos. MULLINS ______ POWERS Senr. Wm. VONKANNEN
Nathaniel MULLIN Aaron HILL George TRIPITT
Arther READE Arther READE Junr. Daniel PRESNALL
Bird POWERS Isaac COX Wm. WRIGHT
Wm. RAINS Thoms. CARTER Jno. LUCAS
John RAINS Henry CRAVEN Uriah WRIGHT
Jesse PITTS Jno. WILLIAMSON Peter VONKANNEN
Jas. WILSON Henry BROWN George TUCKER
Wm. TEAGUE Wm. NEEDHAM Thos. TUCKER
Magnass TEAGUE Math. DEATON Jas. TUCKER
Isaac REDFARN Eldrig DEATON Jno. TUCKER
John RUSTAIN Benjamin WILLIAMS Jno. TUCKER
Abreham HAMMER Wm. (x) READE Junr. Jno. HARVEY
Joseph ROUTH Joseph BOOKOUT Michael HARVEY
Jerremiah MULLIN Marmen (x) BOOKOUT George DOLLERHIDE
Peter CRAVEN Charles BOOKOUT Wm. DAVIS
Thoms. CRAVEN Wm. RICHARDS Jno. LATHEM
Jacob ROUTH Wm. DITTO (RICHARDS) Wm. LATHEM
Edward ROUTH Jno. COX Jacob MOSER
James Allred Shadreik Ditto (COX) Johnson KING Junr.
Aaron Hopkins Francis CHANEY Junr. Wm. BEAN
Mosses DIFFEY Saml. HENDRIX Thos. KING
Sollamon TROGDON Wm. YORK Obediah HUDSON
John AVERY Joseph HENDRIX Christian LUTHER
John TROGDON John HODGEN Saml. REED
Moses HOPKINS Abreham TAYLOR Jno. REED
Samuel WALKER Wm. (x) KENDELEE Nat. TUCKER
John DUNCAN Emanuel ASSBELL Senr. Mikhel BOLLIN
Dennis HOPKINS Howell BREWER Senr. Jno. STEED
Josiah HOPKINS Jas. PRESNALL Charles BOLLIN
Dennis HOPKINS Richard COXE Drury RICHESON
Charles DUNCAN Joseph LEWALLING Christopher ETHERTON
William SWORFORD William HARVEY Jno. ROLLIN
Jacob LOWDERMACK Joseph WRIGHT Calob COXE
John LOWDERMACK Richard GRAVES Ben. BLAND
John LOWDERMACK Junr. George LUCAS Vachel HANDCOCK
Philop LOWDERMACK George TUCKER Jno. HANDCOCK
Flourance TAYLOR Johnson KING Senr. Jno. BOLLIN Junr.
Windsor PEARCE Wm. RICHESON Jon CARMAN
Joseph HIX Wm. HARVEY Daniel COX
Arther SMITH Mark COLE Joseph BROWN
Michall ANDRESS Jno. WILLIAMS Sm. RATLIFF
Jas. LEDFORD Wm. PRESNALL Amos RATLIFF
Jno. HASE Jeremiah OZIER Bury THOMSON
Wm. MALLETT Wm. TUCKER Michail HARVEY
Jno. WILLIAMS Junr. David CRANFORD Peter KING
Mathew COLE Lanerd CRANFORD _____NEADOM
John HARVEY Finch CARTER John HOLLOWDAY
Daniel PRESNALL Elis CRANFORD Thos. LUCAS
Stephen PRESNALL Eleven? CRANFORD Isaac WILLIAMS
Michail HARVEY Senr. William CRANFORD Wm. LUCAS
Michael HARVEY Junr. William CRANFORD Wm. PITMAN
Jesse HARVEY Samuel CRANFORD John CONNER
John HARVEY Charles HOPKINS Johnson KING
Jasper CUNCE Thomas HARDEST ER Jas. PITMAN
John KEARNS Sammul HOPKINS Matthew COLE
Isac KEARNS Thomas TOLBORD John GRAVES
Silas KEARNS George HAREGROVE William GRAVES
John BALEY William HANAH Nathaniel TUCKER
Joshua COX Richard BEAN Will. BLAND
Thos. COX William QUEEN Moses BLAND
Henry RAMSOWERS John SUGG Rolle SPINKS
John HENLEY Thomas RANDOL John PEARCE
Nathan COX James RANDOL John READ
Miles GLASGO Thomas RANDOL John SPIVEY
William Cole Junr. Richard FINCHER William SEARCY
Stephen HUSSEY John AVERY? Joseph CARR
Christopher HUSSEY Thos. WILLIAMS Wm. ARGO
Thos. CASTELO ______ WILLIAMS Robt. CARR
Benj. COX Jorg WILLIAMS John DEATON
James GOODWIN Thomas BRUCKSHER Isack KORNEDY
Paule ENGLE Samuel PICKET Archebol McNORTON
Moses HAMMON John HOPSON Moses GEORGE
Jno. HAMMON ______ CAGLE Charles Gery
James SCOT Stephan PRESNALL John PUTMON
Danul SCOT Morgan EDWARDS Gidethon MACON
Will. COX John SCOT Jas. BOWDON
Jeremiah COX Jon RICHESON Howel BREWER
Jno. COX Moses HAMMONS William BOWDON
Wm. LATHEM Jno. Needham John SPINKS
Christor. (x) ASSBELL William SMOTHERMAN Lewis SPINKS
Isaac BREWER Benjamin READER Garrto SPINKS
Reuben BREWER Jno. LAURENCE Enoch SPINKS
John SMITH Moses GEORGE Matthew HAMILTON
Wm. (x) COLYER Senr. Cornelias LATHRAM John LONDON
Wm. (x) COLYER Junr. Thos. COST Sen. William READ
John PRESNELL Thos. COST Junr. William CONSTAND
Jorg POWER Jas. LATHAM Senr. John COSTAND
Maning BRUCKSHER Johnson LATHAM Adam ANDREWS
Jacob SKEEN Wm. LAURENCS David ANDREWS
Jonathan EDWARDS Jesse KING Charles STEWART
Jos. WADE Joseph ___DSON Derias MASH
William BRUCKSHER Abr. PRESNALL W. DUSKIN
William LACEY John JOHNSON John DUNCAN
John AMICK Linsey BELL Nehemiah ODELL
Hardeman PORCHS Wm. BELL William TROGDON
Isaac ODELL David (x) POWERS Jshua KINWORTHEY
George JULEN Jesse COMBER Abram HAMONS
Enock BERREY Thos. WADDILL Balam HALSY
Edwd. JONES John NEEDHAM Senr. Thomas COCKS
Wm. DAVIS William SMOTHERMAN William COX
William PEARCE Benjamin READOR Ws.? Ths.? KINWORTHY
Dennis (x) CARPENDER John LAURANCE Abram WILLIAMS
David (x) ANDREWS Junr. Thoms. (x) COST Senr. Nathanial COX
Nathan HORNADY Thoms. (x) COST Junr. Jesey HAMONS
William CAULL Wm. SMITH Samuel BROWN
Jas. POWERS John COCKS Wm. BROWN
Daniel BEDSALL

1788 Petition

To the Honourable the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina

The Petition of Sundry Inhabitants of Randolph Couny humbly Sheweth that a
good Court House Prison Pillory & Stocks have been lately Erected at the
Cross Roads, in, and for the use of, the said County; That Some people
however Seem to be dissatisfied therewith & perhaps may send a petition to
the Assembly, to get the Said Publick Buildings removed, or in other words,
to Cause a new Set to be Erected at some other place; We Your petitioners
therefore humbly pray that the may be continued at the Cross Roades; and we
further pray that an Act of Assembly be passed to lay of & Establish a Town
at the said Cross Roades, and Your Petitioners as in Duty Bound Shall ever
pray etc.

Robert BRATTAN Joseph JACKSON John LOWE
Joseph SMITH John MURDOCK Christ. NATION
Phillip RODY Joseph CURTIS James DUNBAR
Bartho. GROGAN Benjamin MEANS Amor DAVIS
Isac ROBINS Sen. Christopher NATION Mathew McFETRIDGE
Jacob HOOVER Abram NATION Daniel FERREE
Edw. BEESON Daniel HOOVER Saml. ALEXANDER
James SMITH Isaac RIGHT Abram. ELIOTT
Stepn. ALEXANDER Wm. ALEXANDER George MOORE
John HUSBANDS George YOUNT Isrel ELIOTT
John SMITH Subal YORK James BAIN
John THOMPSON Simor YORK Wm. ELIOTT
George ALEXANDER Wm. RIDGE Joseph CLARK
Wm. ALEXANDER Wm. ROBINS Wm. COLTRAIN
John JOHNSON Dan MERREL Nathl. KERR
John McDAID Jos. ELIOTT Saml. ELIOTT
Silas WORTH Wm. WILSON John LOVE Ser.
Frank. DOLLERHIDE Jacob VARNOR Elija MOLLEY
Joseph LAIN Jacob KEEVIT John WHITE, Insign
Wm. MATHEWS Solomon EVINS John SWIFT
Malcom CAMMEL Francis FRAZUR James Fruit
John EAMICK Hugh BLARE Evin HARRIS
Wm. WILSON Henry JOHNSON George WRIGHT
James ROUTH Eli BURGESS John ALLREAD
George BLACK John HUSBAND Elias SWIFT
John ALDREG William GRAY John DUNCAN
Wm. BURGESS John SPENCER Charles DUNCAN
John FRAISURE Samuel Clark Wm. YORK
Saml. STOUT Moses Robines Semor YORK
Antheny RAINS Robert GRAY Jesse STROUD
John WALKER Joseph JOHNSTON John STROUD
Eli LOLLAR James CURTES Stiphen LEWIS
Robert WILKERSON Thomas WHITE Thos. GARNOR
Jacob ROUTH Andrew MEANS Wm. BARKER
James FRAZURE Andrew McPHEETERS Hugh GAVIN
John CAMPBELL John HILL Wm. SMITH
Solomon MOFFETT Nathan LOW Isaac LAIN
Ezekiel ALLDREDGE Saml. McFETRIDGE John CRABTREE
Absalom McDANIEL David COLTRAIN Wm. SWAFORD
John Burgess Joshua CURTIS Raney JULIN
Peter KEEVIT Joseph ROBINS Solomon LONG
Edmond YORK William BRATTAIN Semor YORK
Edmnond HAYS James YORKE Junr. Isaac YORK
John LOLLAR Wm. MILLIKAN Shubel JULIN
Jacob STEALY Edward GRAY Thos BENSON
Jas. MOFFETT Thomas SHARP Isaac ODEL
John LINEBURY Pephere? BRYAN Amos COX
Dobson BURROW (Petter?) Archebel HOPPER
Michael BEECK Isaac SNOW Jas. BOTSFORD
Jeffre BECK Ebenezer SNOW John ALLREAD son of John
Adam BROWER Conaway STONE William ALLREAD Jur.
Jacob WATSON Isaac ELDERS Solomon TROGDON
Jones BURROW John ELDERS John TROGDON
Abraham LANE John STILES Robert WALKER
Wm. DAVIS Abner LOE Samuel WALKER of Wm.
Peter STOUT William BAILEY Wm. COOD
Wm. WILLIAMS Thomas HILL Tobias MOSER
Henry GARNER William FAGAN Samuel Walker son of Sol.
Wm. COX Clement WOOD Ezekiel WELBURN
John BARKER William THORNBERY Joseph McLAIN
Abraham McDANIEL Edward CLARK John WILBORN
David CHAPLAN William SWIGERT John JONES
Alexander CAMPBEL Phinehas HUNT Joh- HUTSON
Evin LOLLAR Marmaduke VICKERY Jas. PUGH
Wm. Mc GOUNE John DENNIS Wm. HUSBANDS
Balaam BURROW Enos BLEAIR John HUSBANDS
John CLAP R. McLAIN, Capt. James McCOLLUM
John MILLAR Thos. SWIFT, Liut. John GRIMES
Isaac McDANIEL Cristen MORRICE John DAFREN
John AVERY John CHANEY John CHAMBERS
Stephen JONES John WHITE Junr.

Signed by the Consent of My Company by Me, R. McLEAN, Capt.

"History of Morris County, New Jersey with Illustrations, and Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens and Pioneers", W.W. Munsell 7 Co., New York, 1882, Chapter IV, p 29: states that in an affidavit made by Henry Clark in order to obtain a pension that he enlisted at Mendham in Jan. 1776 for three years in Captain Noadiah Wade's company, with......Clement Wood ensign. Wood lived in Mendham.

"A History of Morris County, New Jersey embracing upwards of two centuries, 1710 - 1913", Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York Chicago, 1914, Vol 1. Chapter VI, pp 48-49:
"The Third Company in the Fourth battalion, second establishment, had for officers: Capt. Noadiah Wade, 1st Lieut. Zophar Carnes; 2d Lieut. John Pipes, and Ensign Clement Wood; it was mustered into service June 12, 1777."
 
Wood, Clement (I116)
 
233 Census Records
1790 Rockingham County, NC
John Curry Sr with 3 males 16 and over, 2 females

REF: www.curreyfamily.org
Also moved to North Carolina with brother Ezekiel and later moved to Middle Tennessee.
Ezekiel Currey- Revolutionary War. Was wounded at battle of Guilford Courthouse.
John Currey-fought in North Carolina alongside his brother Ezekiel. 
Currey, John (I6332)
 
234 Census Records
1790 Rockingham County, NC
John Curry with 1 boy under 16, and 2 females

REF: Imogene Bennett's records

John married his cousin Sarah Currey (daughter of Ezekiel Currey)

REF: www.familytreemaker.com
William Frost (b. 1718, d. Bef. 1778)
Notes for William Frost
3n. Jonas Frost was living in the area of Guilford County, North Carolina, in the 1770s when he appears in the militia records as Lt. Jonas Frost. A John Currey noted that he was drafted at age 16 into the militia company of Capt. Jonas Frost, Lt. Isham Hancock, and Ens. James Ley on 1 Dec 1779. According to Currey, Capt. Frost's company arrived at Charlotte, North Carolina, thence moved to Charleston, South Carolina via Camden, and then returned 24 Mar 1780. 
Currey, John Lindale (I1008)
 
235 Census Records
1810 Census Christian Co., KY lists a male 16 - 25 years old in Ezekiel's household. This may be Samuel, his brother, who would have been 22 years old.

REF: Marriages of Christian County, KY 1797 - 1820
http://www.westernkyhistory.org/christian/marriage/groom.html
Lists License Date and Marriage Date
WOOD SAMUEL & WALKER MARY 9-10-1810 9-11-1810 
Wood, Samuel (I764)
 
236 Census Records
1820 Randolph County, NC - records are "missing"

REF: Tommy Lemonds
The following info is from "Randolph County - 1779 - 1979"
Randolph Methodist Espiscopal (UMC) 1831 Liberty Township
Tabernacle Methodist Espiscpal 1851 Tabernacle Township
Shiloh Methodist Espiscopal 1790 Liberty Township
Bethel Methodist Espiscopal; and 1818 Providence Township
Methodist Protestant 1884
Bethel Methodist Espiscopal (UMC) 1909 New Market Township

Shiloh Methodist Church is located in northern Randolph County, NC very near the county line adjoining Guilford/Alamance/Randolph counties. It is a church built in the mid-1800's on land donated by the Julian family. It is located just off highway 421. I have several of my Pugh ancestors buried there.

REF: http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/NC/Randolph/1223
In Providence TWP. which is west of Liberty TWP. in Rand. Co., NC, in the Bethel United Methodist Church cemetery there is a Zebedee WOOD, b. [29 Apr 1799] d. 17 Oct 1874 Age 75y 5m 18d. Just prior to him was a stone in 1955 which read Polly WOOD, b. 4 Feb 1796 d. 12 Jul 1847. In 1978 when Francine HOLT SWAIM read this cemetery she noted the stone was lying on the ground and badly flaked off. When I read it in 1996 I found no such marker. On the other side of Zebedee WOOD is Wm. W. WOOD, b. 24 Nov 1824 d. 1 Oct 1854 Aged 29y 11m 23d. For your info and because it is an older generation in Row 10 Stone 4 is Col. John WOOD, b. [15 Dec 1780] d. 25 Oct 1851 Age d70y 10m 10d; Dr. Lorenzo WOOD, b. 13 Oct 1807 d. 15 Mar 1854; Row 11 has David WOOD, b. 6 Nov 1759 d. 26 Oct 1830 and next to him is Jane WOOD, b. [27 May 1759] d. 27 Sep 1826 Aged 66y 4m; Row 14 Stone 1 is Wileb WOOD, d. 1 Aug 1828 Aged 75y and Stone 2 is John WOOD, d. 13 Fed[sic] 1828 Aged 80y. At Shiloh United Methodist Church there is Zebedee WOOD, Esq., b. 26 Feb 1745 d. 11 Jul 1824 in the 80th year; Mary WOOD, b. 31 Oct 1744 d. 17 Oct 1784?
Do you know the correct death date for this Mary WOOD? The bracketed dates are not on the stone, but found in earlier readings or somewhere.

REF: Some list his birth place as Mendham, NJ

REF: Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery
3809 New Salem Road
Providence, NC
(corner of Bethel Church Road and New Salem Road)
Coordinates: 35d 52m 40.7s N; 79d 42m 18.7s W
Photographed by Doug and Debbie Wood, 21 June 2004
Tombstone Inscription:
DAVID WOOD
BORN NOV 6 1759
DEPARTED OCT
26 1830 AGED 71
YEARS 11 DAYS
(this should actually read "Aged 70 years 354 days", or "Aged 11 days short of 71 years")
 
Wood, David (I108)
 
237 Census Records
1850 Southern Division, Guilford Co., NC
Occupation as a Wagonmaker, probably working with his brother-in-law Wilson Causey who is also listed as a Wagonmaker
 
Wood, Laban Curry (I6276)
 
238 Census Records
1860 Eastern Division, Randolph Co., NC
Mary J. and her family (Martha and Henry) live next door to Zebedee and his family 
Wood, Martha C. (I6329)
 
239 Census Records
1860 Eastern Division, Randolph Co., NC, lists Isaac O. Wood age 3, rather than Coe

REF: Rootsweb.com; The Coe Families of Maryland and Virginia by Carl Robert Coe
ISAAC ARLENDO8 COE (William G.7 (53), Reverend Isaac6, Reverend John Jr.5, John4, Daniel3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born May 22, 1857, in Randolph County, NC. He first appears on record in Randolph County in the census of 1860 as three-year-old Isaac O. ``Wood,'' living with his grandfather Zebedee Wood. Named as the son of William Coe in his grandfather Coe's estate papers, he and his cousin Sarah Jane Coe were named in Guilford County in 1870 as heirs of Cicero Gilbreath, grandson of Avery Coe. Although William B. Vickery, who was married by Elder Isaac Coe in Randolph County, April 22, 1860, was appointed his official guardian, he is listed in the home of Zebedee Wood in the 1870 census, as well.

He lived most of his adult life in Randolph County, where he owned a farm in Providence Township. In 1881 he and his wife sold 110 acres of land in Randolph County to J. M. Routh. He moved to Guilford County before 1910. At one time he made his home at Harristown, NC. His death occurred March 6, 1917, at Winston-Salem, NC. Burial was at Bethany Methodist Church Cemetery, Millboro, NC.

He married September 5, 1875, in Randolph County, NC, Parthena M. Burris, born December 15, 1855, in Randolph County, died November 6, 1938, in Guilford County, NC, daughter of Emsley and Keziah (Ward) Burris. Burial was at Bethany Cemetery.

Lists 11 children 
Coe, Isaac Arlendo (I6326)
 
240 Census Records
1790 Federal Census Longswamp Twp, Berks Co., PA.
"George Ritz, Sr" listed with his wife and a son over 16 years old (this would be John). This is probably Christian since there has been no other George Ritz listed at any time prior to 1830. Listing him as "Sr" may have been done since his sons, Elias (East District) and Peter (Rockland), are also in Berks Co. Could his name have been George Christian Ritz and used his middle name as his formal name (typical for German names)?
1800 Federal Census - no listing for Christian Ritz
 
Ritz, Christian (I6072)
 
241 Census Records
1793 Septennial Census, Longswamp Twp, Berks Co., PA
Lists Jno Ritz as a single Freeman
1800 Septennial Census, Longswamp Twp, Berks Co., PA
Lists John Ritz as a cordwainer
1800 Federal Census has John living next door to Elias, his brother, with a wife and son aged 0-9 
Ritz, John (I6075)
 
242 Census Records
1930 District 77, Duluth, St. Louis, MN she is listed as Janet Kreidler living with her mother and her husband. Listed as born in Montana and her father born in Iowa, while the "father", Erasmus, was born in Wisconsin.

1940 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN states that Janet had 4 years of college eduction

Not sure where Janet moved to after 1910, since her father moved to Alaska in about 1915. Did her mother remarry?
 
Wood, Janet Elizabeth (I444)
 
243 Charles Haws listed in 1840 in Beaver, Clarion Co., PA with Maria and 9 children. Lists Maria's age as 47 which is too high (should be 44)
 
Ritts, Anna Maria (I6132)
 
244 Check for record of will in 1876 in Belfast (per FamilySearch.org (National Archives of Ireland, Calendar of Wills... 1858-1877) Glass, Thomas (I6009)
 
245 Check out Morris County, NJ Wills and Inventories
Seward, Daniel, 559N (Morris). Book M, p. 291. Guardian 1782
Daniel and his brother Samuel were appointed Guardianship of their brother Abraham.

November 11, 1785, Daniel became sole Guardian of Abraham.

REF: The early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches, and genealogies. (1895)
Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen
Dover, N.J.: Dover Printing Company
On-line: Google eBooks
p 486
II. DANIEL, m. first, - Skellinger (dau. of -); second, Sallie Baird; had ch.:
(I.). DANIEL, M. D., m. Julia Rumsey, and rem. To Goshen, N.Y.
(II). HENRY, b. 1792, d. 27 Aug., 1871, at 79, m. Beulah Ann Cooper (dau. Of Abraham), b. 1799, d. 9 Nov., 1885, at 86; had ch.: 1. Nathan; 2. Henry; 3. William.
(III). HECTOR, m. a Smith; rem. To Goshen, N.Y.
(IV). A SON, removed to New York.
NOTE: The above list of Daniel's four sons conflicts with others. Is this the Daniel that moved to KY? This source for Daniel's family is of doubtful accuracy.

REF: Ancestry.com. Obadiah Seward of Long Island, New York, and his descendants [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.
Original data: Seward, Frederick Whittlesey,. Obadiah Seward of Long Island, New York, and his descendants. Goshen, N.Y.: unknown, 1981.,
pp 99-100
15 Daniel4 Seward (Isaac3, Obadiah2, Obahiah1), b. ____ 1758; d. ____ 1794, m. ____ 1782, Mary Lee*, b. ___ 1761: d. 1828. residence Hamilton County, Ohio. Served as minute man in the Morris County, N. J., militia during the Revolutionary War. (This information is from the D.A.R. record of Marion Seward Holt, Nat'l No., 46921, and her sister Anna Elizabeth Seward Wallace, Nat'l No. 101585.)

According to Pension Record No. 2179 (National Archives, Washington, D.C.), a Daniel Seward was born in Morris County, N.J., on the 5th day of Nov. 1760; he was liviing in Fayette County, Pa., when he was drafted into the service. In Sept. 1786 he married Elizabeth Stewart at her father's home in Westmoreland County, Pa. They removed to Kentucky in 1788; removed to Columbia, Butler County, Ohio, in 1790 and returned to Kentucky in Nov. 1794. He died May 16, 1856, on the Dry Ridge, Grant County, Ky. Elizabeth Seward, his widow, received a pension.
Children: (According to D.A.R. records.)
i Millicent (Milly)5, b. Jan. 25. 1783: d. ____: m. ____ James Hoblett (Hoblit). They had a son Judge R. Hoblit of Lincoln, Ill.**
Note: * After the death of Daniel his widow married a man named Lee.
Note: ** Millicent Seward b. Jan. 25, 1782; d. May 14. 1854; m. ____ John Hoblit b. ____; d. Sept. 5. 1844. Both are buried in the old Clear Creek Cemetery about two miles from Atlanta, Ill. ... They had eleven children.
ii Mehitable, b. Feb. 1, 1785; d. young.
iii Mahalon, b. May 7, 1786; d. ____ 1822, Adams Co., Ill., m. ____, Margaret Beason. Brother Samuel was appointed guardian of their three children.
28 iv Samuel, b. Dec. 29, 1793; d. May 25, 1870; m. July ____ 1815, Ann Elizabeth Stewart, b. June 16, 1800; d. Jan. 25, 1822.

[This D.A.R. record confuses two Daniel Sewards. The Daniel listed in this record is the son of Samuel (Obadiah, Obadiah), not Daniel, son of Isaac (Obadiah, Obadiah).]

p 100
D.A.R. Application --- Anna Elizabeth Seward Wallace --- Nat'l No. 101585:
"Daniel Seward. b. Morris County. N. J. Feb. 28. 1758: d. Hamilton County. Ohio. Jan. 15. 1794.
Dau. of John Hoblit Seward. b. 1822: d. 1892: m. (1) wife Laura Roberts. b. 1842: m. 1858.
John Hoblit Seward. son of Samuel Seward. b. 1793: d. 1870: m. (1) Anna Elizabeth Stewart b. 1800; d. 1882; m. 1815.
Samuel Seward son of Daniel Seward. b. 1758 (6); d. 1794; m. (1) Mary Lee. b. 1761; d. 1828; m. 1782.
Daniel Seward son of Isaac b. 1733; d. 1769; m. Phebe. b. ___; d. ___; m. ___ 1753.
Isaac, son of Obadiah. b. 1702; d. 1751; m. Isabel 1720.
Obadiah, son of Obadiah. b. 1647; d. 1746; m. Ann 1664.
Daniel Seward was married at Morris County, N.J.. Feb. 28, 1782.
Children:
Milly b. Jan. 25, 1783; m. James Hoblit.
Mehitable b. Feb. 1, 1785; d. young.
Mahalon b. May 7, 1786; m. Margaret Beason.
Samuel b. Dec. 29, 1793; m. Ann Elizabeth Stewart.

p 101
From the Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio. (1929): ---
p. 227 "Seward, Daniel (Hamilton County) N.J. Mil. br. 1758 d. 1794 in Hamilton County. Ref: S.A.R. and Nat'l No. 101584 Vol 103, D.A.R. Lin. Fur infor Cincinnati Chap."
 
Seward, Daniel (I3022)
 
246 Check out Morris County, NJ Wills and Inventories
Seward, Obadiah, Jr., 40N (Morris). Book. F, p. 94. Intestate. 1751. Inventory. 1754.

REF: Ancestry.com. New Jersey Early Germans [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1998.
Original data: Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen. The Early Germans of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies. Dover, NJ, USA: Dover Printing Co., 1895.
p 485
OBADIAH, 2d, son of Obadiah, rem. to Roxbury twp., Morris Co., where he owned land next to Samuel Swasey, Jr., in 1747. Letters of administration of his estate were granted, 3 June, 1751 [Trenton Lib. F. fol. 94], to his widow Isabella. Obadiah sold the farm where William Seward, Esq., now lives to Rev. Stephen Overton who occupied it for 32 years and then his daughter, Mrs. Elisabeth Faircloe, wife of Caleb, occupied it for 7 years, having inherited it, and at the end of that period sold it to Daniel Seward, the grandson of Obadiah. He had children, probably: Eliacum, b. 1724; Mehitable, m. 1743. Nathan Cooper (s. of Nathan); John, b. 29 March, 1730; Lydia, b. 1735, d. 22 Dec., 1775, at 20; Isaac (?).

REF: A History of Morris County, New Jersey: Embracing Upwards of Two Centuries, 1710-1913
Henry Cooper Pitney, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1914
online, Google eBook
p 177
Chester Township
The tract upon which the village of Chester is built was surveyed in 1714, laid off in plats and settled on by emigrants from Easthampton and Southold, Long Island. Among the earliest names are those of Cooper, Seward, Horton, Luse, Terrry, Skellenger, Sweazy, Howell and Brown. 
Seward, Obadiah (I3149)
 
247 Checked Kensington Church records for 1756-1775 online at www.rays-place.com for Berlin, CT marriages. No Abijah Peck and Lucy Percival listed. Must be in other churches' records Family F425
 
248 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, Catherine Louise (I3578)
 
249 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, David Victor (I3577)
 
250 Cholera epidemic of 1852 probably claimed:
Franz Henry Kemper and 4 of his children:
Gerhard Frederick Kemper
David Victor Kemper
Catherine Louise Kemper
Frederick William Kemper 
Kemper, Frederick William (I3579)
 

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