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251 Cemetery records
Cove Burying Ground, East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
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https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/176857341/james-percival
Courtesy of Jonathan Twiss:
Ebenezer Percival, son of James and Abigail, died before 1728 as he was not named in his father's will. There is a fieldstone marked "E P 1713/14" [plot #20] and next to it is a field stone marked "A P 1713" [plot #22] which is no doubt that of Abigail [Robinson] Percival. In plot #26 is where the fieldstone marked "I P 1728" for James Percival is located [per 1958 map of the burying yard]. The other son Timothy Percival, born 2 October 1712 in East Haddam, also was not named in his father's will and was most likely dead by 1714 at the same time as his mother when a terrible epidemic swept through the town that winter of 1713-14.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/103773178/abigail-percival
Courtesy of Jonathan Twiss:
Abigail Robinson, 5th child and 2nd dau. of John Robinson (Isaac,1 Rev. John,A) and Elizabeth Weeks (William,1), b. May 16, 1676 in Falmouth, Mass. (Until 1681 Falmouth was attached to adjoining Barnstable for record purposes as there had been insufficient population in Falmouth to justify separate records.) Although Abigail's date of birth is stated as Mar. 20, 1674/75 in the Barnstable Town Records, the writer believes Abigail's birthdate is reversed with that of her sister Fear (see their father's memorial for further explanation.)

On Feb. 18, 1695/6 of record at Sandwich, Mass. (by Shearjasub Bourne, Esq.), Abigail m. James Percival, Jr., s. of Lieut. James Percival and Mary Rainsford, b. of record Jan. 18, 1671/2 at Sandwich.

Following the b. record of son Ebenezer and dau. Mary at Falmouth, on Apr. 4, 1703 Abigail "wife of James Parsival" was admitted a member of the Barnstable Cong. Church followed by the baptism of dau. Mary on Apr. 4, 1703 and son James on July 9, 1704. At the time there was no sustained church at Falmouth for the family to belong to.

According to Homer W. Brainard's Henry Rowley and some of His Descendants (NYGBR, 37(1906):64), Matthew,3 Rowley (Moses,2 Henry,1) relocated with his parents from Falmouth, Mass. to East Haddam, Conn., where in 1705 Matthew sold his land in East Haddam to James Percival, of Falmouth, Mass. Presumably there is a corresponding East Haddam deed confirming said claim.

Regardless, this Percival family soon relocated to East Haddam, Conn. On Jan. 5, 1705/6 Stephen Skiffe, Esq. and William Bassett were appointed Commissioners by the Barnstable Probate Court concerning the insolvent estate of Judah Butler of Falmouth. On Feb. 20, 1706/7 the commissioners submitted a long list of creditors, including the claim "Due to James Parsival 20 sheep to be pickt [picked], witness Isa'l Robinson and Samll Lewes, 4-10-00." The name "Isa'l Robinson" had been errantly transcribed by the NEHGS as being "Israel" when it was a mis-abbreviation for "Isaac" Robinson, James Percival's brother-in-law and six year older brother of Abigail Robinson. The style of the claim infers that James Percival was not available to personally submit his claim. For, on Oct. 17, 1706 the birth of John, s. of James and Abigail (Robinson) Percival, was recorded at East Haddam, Conn. followed on Feb. 2, 1706/7 by the admission of "Abigail Passivel ye wife of Jeams Passivel [admitted to the East Haddam Cong. Ch.] from ye Church of Christ at Barnstable, Rev. Mr. Jonathan Russel, Pastor." On the latter same date was baptised recently born son John.

When Abigail (Robinson) Percival died is not of specific record. Abigail's much older 1st cousin, Ens. Thomas Robinson, removed to East Haddam prior to 1690 and d. testate at Haddam Oct. 20, 1725. The writer believes he is likely buried at East Haddam's Old Cove Burying Ground with only an initialed "T.R." fieldstone. The last known child of Abigail (Robinson) Percival, son Timothy, was b. at East Haddam in 1712 when Abigail was only 36 years of age. There are two other initialled fieldstones at Old Cove Burying Ground inventoried one after the other: "E.P." and "A.P." both dated 1714. The fieldstones are likely that of Abigail and son Ebenezer, as Ebenezer has no record beyond his known birth at Falmouth in 1699.

Abigail Robinson and James Percival had the following six known children, only five of whom are of birth and/or baptism record:

i. Joseph Percival, b. circa 1697 or 1698 prob. at Falmouth, Mass. but no birth or baptism record has been found. He is called his father's eldest son and received property in his father's August 1728 will. However, no other record of him has been found.

ii. Ebenezer Percival, b. of record June 18, 1699 at Falmouth, Mass. His baptism is not of record and he is not included in his father's August 1728 will and is likely the "E. P." who was buried in 1714 with only a fieldstone at East Haddam's Old Cove Burying Ground.

iii. Mary Percival, b. of record Sept. 16, 1701 at Falmouth, Mass. and bapt. Apr. 4, 1703 at Barnstable. She was apparently unmarried on Aug. 1, 1728 and living at her father's home as she was bequeathed certain property in her father's will on that date; however, no further record of her has been uncovered.

iv. James Percival, 3rd, bapt. July 9, 1704 at Barnstable, Mass., d. Mar. 19, 1737/8 of record at East Haddam, Conn.; m. July 9, 1730 at East Haddam, Elizabeth Bacon, eldest child of Beriah Bacon and Ann O'Dell, b. Sept. 17, 1714 at Middletown, Conn. Elizabeth's parental identity is proved by her father's Apr. 19, 1730 will at Middletown. She d. Dec. 12, 1739 of record at East Haddam, Conn. Four children of the family.

v. Capt. John Percival, b. of record Oct. 17, 1706 (bapt. Feb. 2, 1706/7) at East Haddam, Conn. where he d. Sept. 14, 1786; m. Aug. 5, 1731 at East Haddam, Hannah Whitmore, dau. of Francis Whitmore and Mary Cornwall, b. Sept. 11, 1711 at Middletown, Conn. She d. May 2, 1803 at East Haddam. Twelve children of the family.

vi. Timothy Percival, b. of record Oct. 2 (bapt. Oct. 12), 1712 at East Haddam, Conn., but no further record has been found.

 
Robinson, Abigail (I508)
 
252 Cemetery records
Cove Burying Ground, East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
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https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/176857341/james-percival
Courtesy of Jonathan Twiss:
The will of James Percival dated August 1, 1728 at East Haddam named his two sons James and John Percival, daughter Mary Percival and wife Mary Percival and made bequests to them. The bond on his estate dated December 3, 1728 was posted by son John Percival and Daniel Brainerd. The inventory was taken on November 29th and on the top part showed that he "deceased 4th November 1728". The fieldstone shows "I P 1728" with a dash across the "I" which is the old English version for "J". It looks like and "E" but it's not. The Percivals lived in the 2nd Society or Machamoodus section of East Haddam, CT where they lived for generations. They were not of the 1st Society.

James Percival married Abigail Robinson of Falmouth, Barnstable County, Mass. on 27 February 1695-6 [town record]. They had sons James born ca. 1697 and Ebenezer born 18 June 1699 and daughter Mary born 16 September 1701. The Percival family removed to East Haddam, Middlesex County, Conn. by 1706 when their son John Percival was born on 17 October 1706 [town record]. Another son Timothy was born on 2 October 1712 [town record]. Abigail, wife of James Percival, was admitted to the Church of Christ at East Haddam on 2 February 1706-7 by letter from the Church of Christ at Barnstable. James Percival was baptized and admitted full communion on 1 May 1709.

Ebenezer Percival, son of James and Abigail, died before 1728 as he was not named in his father's will. There is a fieldstone marked "E P 1713/14" [plot #20] and next to it is a field stone marked "A P 1713" [plot #22] which is no doubt that of Abigail [Robinson] Percival. In plot #26 is where the fieldstone marked "I P 1728" for James Percival is located [per 1958 map of the burying yard]. The other son Timothy Percival, born 2 October 1712 in East Haddam, also was not named in his father's will and was most likely dead by 1714 at the same time as his mother when a terrible epidemic swept through the town that winter of 1713-14.

 
Percival, James (I507)
 
253 Cemetery records
Cove Burying Ground, East Haddam, Middlesex, Connecticut
findagrave.com Courtesy Jonathan Twiss
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/176883031/thomas-knowlton

Fieldstone marked "V Y [ ] 25 1730" shown on 1934 list written by Mr. G. C. Johnson was misread and incorrectly copied. The initials should have read "T K". The exact location of this stone is the northern part of this yard. Part of it was broken off thus showing only the day and year.

Thomas Knowlton wrote his will on September 15th, 1730 where he mentioned his wife Susannah, son Thomas Knowlton and daughters Susannah Olcott, Lucy Knowlton, Hannah Knowlton and Mercy Bates. The inventory document on his estate shows that he "departed this life September 25th, 1730".

Thomas Knowlton married first to Mercy { ? ] c. 1693 at Ipswich, MA who died on 23 August 1694 after giving birth to daughter Mercy on 7 August 1694 [town records]. He remarried c. 1697 to Susannah [ ? ] and were in East Haddam CT when their daughter Susannah was born in 1698 and son Thomas Jr. in 1699. The daughter Mercy Knowlton married John Bates 3rd on 3 November 1714 [town record]; however, the record shows her name as Mary.

Inscription
" T K [ ] 25 1730 "
Gravesite Details Fieldstone marked " T K [ ] 25, 1730 " was listed in the 1934 Hale Collection but cannot find it.

 
Knowlton, Lt. Thomas (I2436)
 
254 Cemetery records
Daughter of William (mariner) and Hannah Stephenson and sister of Christopher Stephenson (buried in this cemetery). Baptised on 24 Jun 1798 at St Peter's Church, Heysham, Lancashire. Wife of Joshua Webster of Smith Green, Ellel. Married on 13 Nov 1821 at St Peter's Church, Heysham, Lancashire. Died aged 67 years (66 on burial record). Buried on 30 Dec 1865 at St John the Evangelist, Ellel, Lancashire.

 
Stephenson, Jane (I4922)
 
255 Cemetery records
Old Cemetery, Portland, Middlesex, Connecticut
New England Historical & Genealogical Society
http://www.newenglandancestors.org/
Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002.).
Beriah Bacon, d. May 14, 1730, in 48th yr.

 
Bacon, Beriah (I5171)
 
256 Cemetery records
Son of William (mariner) and Hannah Stephenson. Baptised on 2 Mar 1794 at St Peter's Church, Heysham, Lancashire. Husband of Margaret Stephenson. For 45 years a faithful servant to the Lancaster Cane Company. Died at Glasson Dock aged 76 years. Buried on 14 Dec 1870 at St John the Evangelist, Ellel, Lancashire.

 
Stephenson, Christopher (I1488)
 
257 Cemetery records
Westchester Cemetery, New London, Connecticut
Lists James Parsivell death date as 3/21/1738, age 34
Lists Elizabeth Parsivel death date as 12/12/1739, age 25 widow of James

 
Percival, James (I505)
 
258 Cemetery records
WESTCHESTER CEMETERY, New London, Connecticut
Lists James Parsivell death date as 3/21/1738, age 34
Lists Elizabeth Parsivel death date as 12/12/1739, age 25 widow of James

 
Bacon, Elizabeth (I506)
 
259 Cemetery records
Wife of Christopher Stephenson. Died at Galgate, Lancaster aged 45 years. Buried on 28 Aug 1842 at St John the Evangelist, Ellel, Lancashire.

 
Walker, Margaret (I1489)
 
260 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)
 
261 Census
1860 Is this the "Amelia" listed in the census? Is Jennie's middle name Amelia? 
Kirk, Jennie A. (I3569)
 
262 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)
 
263 Census
1870 does not list her but does list Gustave and Emil 
Tiemann, Ophilie Louise (I3725)
 
264 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)
 
265 Census
1870 Richland Twp, Clarion Co., PA she is living with Daniel's family 
?, Catherine (I2174)
 
266 Census
1790 Federal Census, East Haddam, Middlesex, CT
Samuel Dutton listed with another male and one female.
Samuel may be living with one of his children and their spouse.

 
Dutton, Samuel (I4921)
 
267 Census
1790 Woodstock, Windsor, Vermont lists Samuel and 8 others
1800 Norwich, Windsor, Vermont lists Samuel (>45) and 5 others

Is this Ann Whitney's grandmother's brother in Vermont? Did she go there to live after her father's death?

 
Dutton, Samuel (I5780)
 
268 Census
1800 Belchertown, Hampshire, MA
Lists Dorothy with one boy less than 10, 1 girl less than 10, 2 girls 10 - 15; Dorothy is 26 - 45. 
Knowlton, Dorothy (I6142)
 
269 Census
1850 Franklin is shown with his wife, Nancy, and next door is Grandison and Anson Whitten. No mention of Henrietta.

1855 Illinois State Census, Twp 14, Moultrie Co., shows he and his wife with a daughter under 10 years of age - at most 5 years old, their son John had died the previous year

 
Hinds, Joseph Franklin (I3661)
 
270 Census
1860 Barbary is living with Robert McGeehon's family along with her son, Clark, and her granddaughter, Effie Mae.

 
Bickel, Martha Barbara (I366)
 
271 Census
1860 Federal Census St. Charles Co., MO
Frederick is listed as 20 years old in Frederick Bredenkamp's family

 
Kemper, Frederick William (I3543)
 
272 Census
1860 Township 5 S Range 5 W, Randolph, IL lists a John McConachie, age 60, born in Ireland, and his family. Is this a brother of Catherine (Alexander's mother)
1880 Sparta Precinct, Randolph, IL lists Alexander and Martha with their children, Katie, Margaret, and Hugh
1880 Sparta City, Randolph, IL lists a John McCaughan living with his daughter, Margaret Mark. John is listed as 76 and born in Ireland.
1890
1900 Pittsburgh Ward 16, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Lists Alex and Martha ages 53. They both immigrated in 1873. States they had 9 children and 5 are living. They own their home.
1910 District 0371, Pittsburg Ward 8, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Lists Alex and Martha McCauggan ages 62 and 63. He immigrated in 1871 and she in 1872. States they had 9 children and 3 are living. They own their home.
1920 District 631, Pittsburgh Ward 19, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
Alex is living with his daughter's family (Mary Baird), age 73, immigrated in 1871, naturalized in 1877

 
McCaughan, Alexander (I3581)
 
273 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)
 
274 Census
Cannot find Ezekiel Hartshorn in 1800 or 1810 census for Hadley or Belchertown, MA 
Hartshorn, Ezekiel (I6150)
 
275 Census
Listed in Belchertown for 1790 and 1800 census 
Wilson, Asa (I4846)
 
276 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)
 
277 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)
 
278 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)
 
279 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)
 
280 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)
 
281 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)
 
282 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)
 
283 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)
 
284 Census Records
1790 - 1800 Virginia
The original manuscript schedules for the First and Second United States Census Returns for Virginia, taken in 1790 and 1800, were destroyed when the British Army occupied Washington, D.C., in August 1814.
1810 Wythe county, VA
A Thomas Huey is listed (aged 26-44), 2 girls (aged under 10), and wife (aged 26-44) and 1 slave. Probably not our Thomas (aged 51).
A William Hoy is listed (aged over 45), 2 boys (under 10), 2 girls (under 10), 2 girls (10-15), 1 girl (15-26), one woman (26-44), and 6 slaves.
1820 Beaver Creek, Greene, Ohio
Thomas listed with his wife, Vilet, probably his sons, Joseph and Andrew, and daughters Violet and Sarah. His son John lives near by.
1830 Silver Creek, Greene, Ohio
Thomas living near his sons, John, Bernhard, and Andrew. Listed with probably his wife and son, Joseph, and his wife and child. Also possibly a daughter.
1840 Silver Creek, Greene, Ohio
Probably living with his youngest son, Joseph. There are two men listed over 70 and one female over 70.
1850 Silver Creek, Greene, Ohio
A James Haughey is listed as 40 years old and born in Virginia. Did Thomas have a son James born in 1810?

 
Haughey, Thomas (I1905)
 
285 Census Records
1790 Berks Co., East District Twp, PA lists an Elias Ritz with 1 boy as under 16 and no other children.
1800 Berks Co., Longswamp Twp, PA lists an Elias Ritz with a boy 16 - 26 and 2 boys under 10 and 1 girl under 10. Is this Christian's father? Elias does not show up in any 1810 census index. What happened to him?
1810 Berks Co., Longswamp Twp, PA shows 1 boy under 10 and 1 girl under 10 and both Christian and his wife as 16 - 26
1820 Berks Co., Longswamp Twp, PA shows 3 boys and 3 girls and both Christian and his wife as 45 and over (??)
1830 Berks Co., Longswamp Twp, PA shows 4 boys and 2 girls and Christian as 40 - 50 and his wife as 50 - 60
1840 Venango Co., Richland Twp, PA shows 2 boys and 2 girls and Christian as 50 - 60 and his wife as 40 - 50. This is his second wife, Catherine. When did he remarry? Did he remarry in Venango Co.?
1850 Clarion Co., Richland Twp, PA shows just Christian and Catherine and Christian's age as 63 rather than 66 and Catherine as 50.

 
Ritts, Christian (I278)
 
286 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)
 
287 Census Records
1790 Federal Census, Belchertown, Hampshire, MA
Roswell Knowlton listed with his wife, daughter and two sons

1800 Federal Census, Belchertown, Hampshire, MA
Roswell Knowlton listed with his wife, two daughters (under 10), two sons (under 10), and one son (10-16).

 
Knowlton, Roswell (I2403)
 
288 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)
 
289 Census records
1800 Federal Census, Harpersfield, Delaware, NY
Ezekiel listed with his wife and 7 children

1810 Federal Census
Not listed in Delaware Co., NY
Ohio was not yet part of the census

 
Woodworth, Ezekiel (I6567)
 
290 Census records
1800 Septennial Census Rockland Twp, Berks Co., PA
Lists Peter Ritz as a Weaver

 
Ritz, John Peter (I6074)
 
291 Census records
1820 Beaver Creek, Greene Co., OH
James M. January (~64), wife (~56), son William (13), daughter Ann (9), 3 other daughters (16-25).

 
January, James Martin (I1920)
 
292 Census records
1830 Silver Creek Twp, Greene, Ohio
Andrew, wife (Ann), and one daughter under 5 (Virginia)
1840 Washington Twp, Independence, Arkansas
Andrew M. Haughey aged 30-40, wife (Ann) aged 30-40, two boys 5-10 (James and Preston, John?), one boy 10-15 (Jeremiah), two girls 0-5 (Josephine and Susan), one girl 10-15 (Virginia)
1850 Liberty Twp, Clinton County, Ohio (1 Oct 1850)
Andrew aged 46, Josephine aged 13 and the twin boys, Arthur and Andrew M. aged 3, no wife

 
January, Ann (I1893)
 
293 Census records
1830 Silver Creek Twp, Greene, Ohio
Andrew, wife (Ann), and one daughter under 5 (Virginia)
1840 Washington Twp, Independence, Arkansas
Andrew M. Haughey aged 30-40, wife (Ann) aged 30-40, two boys 5-10 (James and Preston, John?), one boy 10-15 (Jeremiah), two girls 0-5 (Josephine and Susan), one girl 10-15 (Virginia)
1850 Liberty Twp, Clinton County, Ohio (1 Oct 1850)
Andrew aged 46, Josephine aged 13 and the twin boys, Arthur and Andrew M. aged 3, no wife
1855 State Census of Illinois, Township 21, Logan Co.
Andrew Haughey aged 50 -60 with a female of same age bracket. Also his twin boys, aged 8, along with another boy aged between 10 and 20. When did Andrew move to Illinois and when did he return to Ohio? Who is his wife?
1860 Cannot find Andrew in OH, IL, or KS
1860 Wayne Twp, Fayette Co., OH
Andrew M. Haughey(son, aged 12) and Eliza J. Haughey(daughter, aged 17) are living with Allen and Maria Heagler. Why is this? Where is Arthur C.?
1865 State Census of Kansas
Osage Twp, Miami Co., KS
A.M. Haughey aged 61, born in Virginia, living with Samuel and Martha Miller and their family. His third wife, Jane, is not listed.
1870 Jefferson Twp, Greene Co., Ohio
Andrew with his daughter, Susan, aged 30

 
Haughey, Andrew M. (I1862)
 
294 Census records
1830 Silver Creek Twp, Greene, Ohio
Andrew, wife (Ann), and one daughter under 5 (Virginia)
1840 Washington Twp, Independence, Arkansas
Andrew M. Haughey aged 30-40, wife (Ann) aged 30-40, two boys 5-10 (James and Preston, John?), one boy 10-15 (Jeremiah), two girls 0-5 (Josephine and Susan), one girl 10-15 (Virginia)
1850 Liberty Twp, Clinton County, Ohio (1 Oct 1850)
Andrew aged 46, Josephine aged 13 and the twin boys, Arthur and Andrew M. aged 3, no wife
1855 State Census of Illinois, Township 21, Logan Co.
Andrew Haughey aged 50 -60 with a female of same age bracket. Also his twin boys, aged 8, along with another boy aged between 10 and 20. Josephine was married by now and maybe in Iowa.
1856 Iowa State Census, Cass County: Morris and his wife Josephine and his mother Barbary.

 
Haughey, Josephine E. (I356)
 
295 Census records
1840 Richland, Venango Co, PA
Charly M. Sousa listed with two girls (aged 10-14) but not Lydia.

 
Ritz, Lydia (I2163)
 
296 Census records
1850 Illinois, Logan Co.
Joseph Haughey (42), Hester (46), and 9 children

 
Haughey, Joseph (I1917)
 
297 Census records
1850 Liberty Twp, Clinton Co., OH
Susan is living with her aunt Nancy Ann Chapman

 
Haughey, Susan M. (I1899)
 
298 Census records
1850 Randolph Co., IL
Martha listed under John and Ann McCaughan family, aged 4, born in IL

1880 Randolph Co., IL
Martha listed with Alexander Wilson, their 3 children. States that Martha was born in Illinois and her parents were born in Ireland. (Is this correct?)

 
McCaughan, Martha (I6264)
 
299 Census records
1855 Mason Co., Illinois
Searched the records - no Jeremiah T. Haughey
1860 Lykins, Miami, Kansas
Jeremiah T Haughey aged 29, Lydia J Haughey aged 22, Franklin Haughey aged 3 born in Illinois
1865 Miami, Miami, Kansas
J T Haughey aged 34, A F L Haughey (m) aged 8 born in Illinois, S A Haughey (m) aged 4 born in KS, A J Haughey (f) aged 4 born in KS, M S Cotrell family
1870 Paola, Miami, Kansas
J. T. Haughey aged 39, Sarah aged 35, Frank aged 12, Salem (m) aged 9, Alma J (f) aged 9, Nettie Butter aged 6, where is Addie who should be 3 years old?
1880 Paola, Miami, Kansas
Jeremiah Haughey aged 48, Julia Haughey aged 46, Almah aged 19, Mollie age 18, Dell aged 16, Addie aged 13, Elmer aged 10, Nettie Beuter aged 16, step-daughter
1885 Paola, Miami, Kansas
J T Haughey (53), Julia F Haughey (50), Nettie S. Beuter (20), Elmer (13), enlisted in Kansas, 12th Regiment, Company C, Infantry

 
Haughey, Jeremiah Thomas (I1895)
 
300 Census records
1860 Lykins, Miami, KS
With J. T. Haughey, Lydia (22) born in IL, Franklin (3) born in IL

 
?, Lydia (I6645)
 

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